Follow the Money

The revolution will have to be monetized. Diversity is monetized because corporate America sees the growing non-white population as the future. Once the demographic shift in the US was set in motion, business had no choice but to pursue the new non-white consumer dollar. Its long-term planning necessarily became modeled on that population shift. ItContinue reading “Follow the Money”

Appropriate that which is Appropriate

It’s important to understand we’re in the appropriation phase of “civil rights”, a period of wealth confiscation and privilege transfer from white to non-white. From culture to commerce new terms and limits are being rationalized as necessary racial justice as professions, cultural domains and even physical spaces are carved out from which whites are toContinue reading “Appropriate that which is Appropriate”

A Moment of Silence, Attended by Fanfare

Derangement meets cynicism. From Politico, President Obama and the politics of kitsch: Tuesday morning, a peculiar announcement trickled out of the White House press office: President Barack Obama would be holding a moment of silence for the victims of the Boston bombings. At the White House. By himself.No press or other intruders allowed. Except theContinue reading “A Moment of Silence, Attended by Fanfare”

Criminalizing Context Recognition

It had to end here. The Trayvonicus lynch-meme sputters on, but is starting to look like a particularly depressing Al Sharpton hoax as we learn George Zimmerman’s injuries were documented and consistent with a beating. Eyewitnesses testified to them from the start of course, but most Americans have only the legal discovery process to thank forContinue reading “Criminalizing Context Recognition”

Keeping Hope Alive

“You know, sometimes we’re not prepared for adversity.”–The Reverend Jesse Jackson Could this be the “decrepitude and what promises to be an entertaining public dementia” I so carelessly wrote about last year? It’s always easier to imagine despised public figures suffering personal indignities than to witness it. There’s no pleasure to be drawn from theContinue reading “Keeping Hope Alive”