“Every big firm from McDonald’s to Apple has doffed its cap to Black Lives Matter. Even members of the royal family – the epitome of inherited power and privilege – have backed BLM. When you have the backing of these sorts of people, you know you are not about to turn the world upside down in favour of workers’ revolution.”
“That is one of the worst books ever written…what bothers me is that everybody’s reading this now…many white people I know.”
“if you don’t have the confidence of your civilization, of your order…if you don’t believe in it at some level…if the widespread presupposition is that it’s illegitimate…if it’s myths are no longer even mildly resonant with anything in your heart, if the values to which it purports to be committed are all thought to be hypocrisy, how can it survive?… No one will metaphorically fight and die for a republic which is thought of in such a matter. So you could be seeing it, the early signs of the end times for the Republic which is the United States of America…”
“It takes considerable knowledge just to realize the extent of your own ignorance.” ~ Thomas Sowell
“I must object. This is no reasoned ethical reflection. Rather, it is indoctrination, virtue-signaling, and the transparent currying of favor with our charges. The roster of Brown’s “leaders” who signed this manifesto in lockstep remind me of a Soviet Politburo making some party-line declaration. I can only assume that the point here is to forestall any student protests by declaring the university to be on the Right Side of History.” ~ Professor Glenn C. Loury, Brown University
In case you were wondering.
Carlos Moore sees a disguised racism permeating Latin American society, invented by Arabs in the Iberian Peninsula.
“I have had the privilege to have lived in Arab countries,” Moore said, “and to be shocked by the extraordinary similarities to Latin America of structures of race in countries like Egypt. It was familiar ground. I was twenty-one, had just left Cuba. I lived in Egypt for a year. I was surprised to see how it was as though I had not left Cuba except for the fact that they spoke Arabic and adhered to the Muslim religion. From then on I began to study the structures of race relations in the Arab countries in a comparative way with relations in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America. That became my focus.” — Dr. Carlos Moore