January 16, 2021

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America is Not a Racist Country in the 21st Century


Many conservatives know that, but few are willing to say it, just as few are willing to say that Robert E Lee was a great man that is well worth remembering or that America is unraveling.

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However, some conservatives, are, in fact, quite brave and are willing to put their names behind the assertion that America is not a racist country. One such man is Peter van Buren, who, in an excellent article for The American Conservative entitled “So It Turns Out You’re a Racist,” points out the flaws in liberal reasoning about racism and states the truth about the issue. As always, don’t believe the radical left and its coterie of liars in the Mainstream Media! Instead, listen to articles such as this one that speak the truth about America and its institutions.

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Summary of Why America is Not a Racist Country

First, van Buren describes the idiocy of the liberal idea that every white person is a racist:

Am I a racist? Are you? People tell me I sort of have to be a racist, it’s not really my choice. Today, if you’re old, white, from the Midwest, a bit conservative, then you’re racist. Maybe you don’t say racist things specifically, and maybe you never did anything to disadvantage a black person yourself, but by original sin, you’re part of “systematic racism.“

Now maybe your immigrant parents arrived in the U.S. 75 years after slavery, or you as a white racist have trouble finding a privileged job that pays a living wage. No matter, you’re still privileged thanks to a system going back 400 years whether you like it or not. You can’t change what you are and people hate you for it. That’s the systemic part, defined as “not something that a few people choose to practice. Instead, it has been a feature of the social, economic, and political systems in which we all exist.”

From: So it Turns out You’re a Racist

Next, van Buren describes the insane nature of the people who don’t understand that America is not a racist country:

The Slack for a hospitality company I worked for pre-COVID exploded last week when a benign HR data request went out on #BlackOutTuesday. The almost all-white staff went insane with accusations of racism. Of course, the blindsided (and now racist) HR drone didn’t think about Tuesday being some private racial Ramadan when we all fasted from reality; she doesn’t follow the right people on Twitter.

The mob, sounding like they’d drunk a human growth hormone and Adderall smoothie, barked until the company issued a sort-of apology. Then they celebrated as if they’d brought George Floyd back to life.

It shouldn’t have caught HR so off guard. The unemployees live in a world where “journalism is a profession of agitation.” They were taught nothing matters more than starting a sentence with “as a… (woman, harassment survivor, deep-sea diver)” because no argument, and certainly no assembled historical fact, could be more important than a single lived experience.

They were brought up on TV shows that juxtaposed white and black characters like someone was stringing together magic diversity beads. They made the boss apologize even though nothing was really different except that made-up racial “holidays” are now on the list of things where there is only one allowable opinion. Soon enough we’ll all be asked over the PA to take a knee for the national anthem at sporting events.

From: So it Turns out You’re a Racist

Finally, van Buren describes the damage the white liberals that don’t understand that America is not a racist country have done:

It all reveals itself as hollow because this fight isn’t between racism and anti-racism. It’s Black Rage versus White Guilt. The cops quickly quiet down the former and the media slowly wears out the latter. That means little of the action will have much to do with the real issues but everyone will feel self-righteously better. Until next time.

Along the way, however, the collateral damage of wokeness is producing the totalitarianism it purports to challenge by denying any view that challenges it. Ideas are redefined by one side as the bad -isms of racism, sexism, fascism, and pulled out of the marketplace along with the people who want to talk about them. No invite to the barbecue, no seat at the Thanksgiving table. In a political system built on compromise, I’m not sure how we’re supposed to get things done.

For me, I am not a racist. I’ll get over my problem with lost friends. America, I’m not so sure.

From: So it Turns out You’re a Racist

My Take on Why America is Not a Racist Country

In my view, it’s not all that hard to see that America is not a racist country. Every time there are even mere accusations of racism brought up, most everyone in the nation freaks out.

Just look at what happened when Bubba Wallace said he found a noose in his garage. All of the Nascar drivers went out on the track and followed his car in support! And that’s from Nascar, a traditionally Southern sport! If you listen to the fake news media, the South is supposedly full of racists. Does it make sense that they’d go out in support of Bubba Wallace in that situation?

america is not a racist country
America is not a racist country, as shown by the Bubba Wallace Debacle

If you believe the media, then no. But, if you’re level headed and understand that America is not a racist country, then it makes perfect sense. Americans support Americans; we’re only divided when the media fans the flames of tension.

Now, of course, I understand that the Bubba Wallace thing was a hoax. I’m not defending him. I just think it’s a good example of the fact that America is not a racist country. And it proves van Buren’s point; accusations are wild and cause more problems than they solve.


Read van Buren’s article on the subject. America is not a racist country. The leftists just want to pretend it is so they can carry out their purge of traditional American society. Don’t let them wind! Stand up for unity rather than the divisiveness of leftists’ racism hysteria.

By: Gen Z Conservative

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