What is critical race theory, where does it come from, and what does it really mean?
It’s important to ask these questions, because race has become such an important issue in our society today.
It needn’t be an important issue, but it has been made an important issue by the professors at Harvard University.
First, it is a fact that critical race theory came out of Harvard University, as most bad ideas do.
Derrick Bell, Patricia Williams, Kimberle Williams Crenshaw, Mari Matsuda are all products of Harvard University. Camara Phyllis Jones Is a product of Harvard crony, Stanford University.
Harvard is especially adept at promoting false fronts in order to disguise its own criminality in producing a society that is hell bent on destroying the black community.
Why critical race theorists at Harvard refuse to look at their own institution, which has populated Corporate America and the Central Intelligence Agency, which in turn have done great damage to the black community, is not surprising but still beyond my comprehension.
My initial recommendation to these professors would be to abandon critical race theory and instead attack Harvard University itself for being the prime promulgator of a Corporate America which works against black people.
Since that is not likely to be the case, let us proceed forward with an explanation of critical race theory.
First, the word critical comes about because black professors began to criticize the established methodology of thinking with regard to racial disparity within the United States.
These professors felt that the traditional liberal approaches to correcting racial disparity were not working.
Some of these approaches included the concepts of color blindness, affirmative-action, role modeling and meritocracy.
Forget about following the lead of successful black businessmen. Forget about Booker T. Washington. Those people are clearly Uncle Toms.
These “enlightened” professors feel that there is an inherent structural bias against the black man not only with regard to the legal structure within the United States, and its organizations, but within people themselves as far as their assumptions about black people.
The thinking goes that if we can change the laws within the country and its organizations, that if we can change peoples assumptions and attitudes about black people, then we can change the outcome within the black community.
This thinking has expanded throughout society, courtesy of Harvard University and its extensive power and influence within the United States. This is why you see critical race theory being played out in your local school system and within your major institutions within the United States of America.
This is why you now see white children being programmed within the school system to disabuse themselves of white privilege. This is why you see many people of color talking about their experiences of racism on television and internet commercials.
This is why you see the rise of Black Lives Matter as a political organization.
Corporate America is 100% behind Black Lives Matter. Harvard University is 100% behind Corporate America. This is not in dispute.
Harvard’s influence is why you see the tearing down of statues within the inner city, the tearing down of statues of Confederate War generals, and the tearing down of the statues of Christopher Columbus, Abraham Lincoln, and Ulysses Grant.
This is why you see the effort to rename the military bases that are named after Confederate War generals.
This is why country music singers must now apologize if there is a Confederate flag in the background of their music video.
The idea is that if we can tear down the heroes of the white people, we can take the strut out of the white people. If we can take the strut out of the white people, we can take out their sense of white privilege. If we can take away white privilege, we can improve the lot for people within the black community.
That is the thinking.
The goal of this is to make life better for black people within the black community.
What we are seeing in America today is a different approach than what was taken when I was a young man.
When I was a young man the approach was to engage in affirmative action, which was a quite different approach. This approach is now pooh-poohed by Harvard.
Affirmative action focuses on elevating the black man; critical race theory focuses on taking down the white man.
Harvard has decided that white supremacy is the problem. Harvard has decided that the black community is hurting because of overt and covert white supremacy.
In a nutshell that is what is going on. That is why you see all these efforts to persuade your children that they are white supremacists.
This is also why you see an effort to gain reparations. Reparations are nothing more than an effort to redistribute wealth from the white community to the black community so as to even the playing field.
White people, according to the reparations crowd, stole money from the black people when they enslaved them. That money must now be returned.
Defunding of the police is also a byproduct of critical race theory. If we can defund the police, then less black people will be arrested. If less black people are arrested, then less black people will go to prison. If less black people go to prison, then white people will not look upon blacks so negatively. Plus, in not being warehoused in prison, black people will have greater self-esteem.
Underpinning all of this is the concept of race equity. Race equity is discussed much now within Corporate America. It has a lot of jargon, a lot of talk, but no clear focus other than to close the racial gap. That may be the point. Race equity is the broad bridge between critical race theory and the various measures that are now being underaken by Black Lives Matter and Corporate America. Critical race theory begets raise equity, and race equity begets diversity training, storytelling of racism, tearing down of statues, reparations, riots, defunding of the police, and so forth.
Now, here is the essential question: Will this work? This is the only question that counts. Will these efforts work?
Or will they make matters worse for the black community?
I believe they will make matters worse for the black community.
Why do I think this?
Primarily because Harvard University has traditionally been a bigoted, racist, university posing as a friend to the black man.
I do not believe that Harvard University is a friend to the black man, nor do I believe that Harvard University has ever been a friend to the black man.
Harvard University is a bigot, run by bigots, financed by bigots, within the most bigoted area of the country.
Everything you see in the media about the nobility of Harvard and Boston, Massachusetts is a lie.
Harvard is a Boston Baked Bigot.
Harvard hurts the black man today just as it hurt the black man in the past.
It was Harvard University that propped up the phony baloney house negro (the words of Marcus Garvey), WEB DuBois, as its spokesman for the black people. What did WEB DuBois do? He focused the black man on rage and protest. And what was the result?
The black man turned away from productivity and focused on grievance. The black man turned away from the message of Booker T. Washington and Marcus Garvey.
It was Harvard University that helped spearhead the wrong type of affirmative action. The right kind of affirmative action would have given blacks opportunities not at the expense of the deserving white man.
The right kind of affirmative action would have created extra spots for the black man.
It was obvious to any thinking man back in the 1970s that affirmative action as it was being practiced would produce backlash. It is obvious to any thinking man today that it produces a backlash. That is why Harvard University was recently sued for its affirmative action policies.
This wrong type of affirmative action policy, which Harvard clings to, has caused resentment within the white community toward black people. This has hurt black people, and Harvard knows it.
Second, when you focus on rage in your life, when you focus on tearing other people down in order to elevate yourself, you do not succeed in elevating yourself. You only succeed in descending into a vortex of despair and hurt.
Critical race theory and the byproduct of critical race theory will only serve to lower the white community, which is the goal of Harvard University. Harvard University is no friend to anyone. Harvard University’s allegiance is to money, power, domination, and paganism. Harvard is an elitist anti-Democratic, ant-American institution whose fondness is for the feudalism of the past.
The black community’s best friends are regular white people who want nothing to do with Harvard University and its leaders and its elitism.
If that regular middle class white community is harmed, the black community will lose a vital friend in fighting the real foe – Harvard University.
Third, critical race theory ignores the impact of Corporate America on the destruction of the black community. There is systemic racism in the United States, but it is not coming from your average white man who lives way out in the sticks who may have never met one black person in his life.
Systemic racism is coming from Corporate America and its thug agency, the Central Intelligence Agency, which has created a crony-capitalist, marxo-fascist culture within the inner city which has disempowered black people. The CIA imported drugs within the black community which gave gangs financial power to further destroy the black community through vice, drugs and protection rackets.
The wealthy thug-elite from Corporate America continue to support this marxo-fascist, race-hustling structure within the black community which takes power away from individual black-owned businesses. This marxo-fascist culture creates despair, which then leads to riots, which then leads to looting and burning of black businesses thus making the community inviable and then ultimately dependent upon a Harvard-controlled Corporate America.
This then leads to increased criminality, which then feeds into the corporate prison system.
White people out in the sticks see this and then develop a negative impression of black people.
This negative impression of black people is not inherent within white people’s minds. A child is not born into racism. A child learns racism from what the child is exposed to. As long as white children are exposed to black people looting businesses, burning down black neighborhoods, and being herded off into prisons, they will develop a negative impression of black people.
You will never program this negative impression out of a child’s mind as long as these conditions exist within the inner city.
Consequently, it is impossible to effect reform within the black community unless you change the marxo-fascist economic paradigm that exists within that inner city.
That economic paradigm is being promulgated by Harvard University which which populates Corporate America.
Corporate America destroyed the black community.
Harvard University trains the officers of Corporate America.
It is not surprising that critical race theory came out of Harvard University.
This is yet another attempt by Harvard University to distract attention from itself.
It is clear now to me, and I hope to you, that Harvard is a bigoted institution whose goal is to destroy the black community.
If the black community is to thrive, Harvard University must be destroyed.
Harvard’s existence must be eliminated from the history of mankind.
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