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FrontPageMag.com: ”The Myth of a System of White Supremacy”…….

Really it’s Democrat White Supremacy, but that’s for another time…..


Disproving the Big Lie.

Last week, Johnny Eric Williams, a professor of sociology at Trinity College, gained national notoriety.


Williams, who is black, posted some racially incendiary remarks on his Facebook wall.  They were conjoined with the hashtag, “LetThemFuckingDie.”


The hashtag Williams borrowed from an article published at The Medium and written in response to the recent mass shooting of Republican congressmen in Alexandria, Virginia.  The essay’s author, “Son of Baldwin,” expressed regret that a black police officer risked her life to save the lives of “white bigots” and urged other blacks who are in positions to do the same to refrain from indulging the impulse.


Instead, they should: “Let.Them.Fucking.Die.”


The backlash against Williams and his employer was massive and sudden.  Two Connecticut congressmen, Trinity College alumni, issued a statement imploring Trinity to terminate Williams immediately. Supposedly, the now infamous professor went into hiding because of death threats that he received.


Williams and his supporters among Trinity faculty and students insist that he meant to call for the death of, not white people, but “a system of white supremacy.


I wrote a full analysis of this situation here.  For now, I’d like to focus on this idea of “a system of white supremacy.”


“White supremacy” and like terms have ominous connotations associated with them; everyone knows that they are really, really bad. However, when push comes to shove, they prove awfully difficult to define.  In fact, few people, least of all those who constantly invoke these terms, even bother to try to define them


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