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It is correct that the concept of "systemic racism" is a Marxist construct, promoted in recent years by Marxist-organized BLM. It is an integral part of "Critical Race Theory" which was developed by a group of avowedly Marxist law professors as part of "Critical Theory". Critical Theory was devised by Herbert Marcuse, a strident Marxist who was chief ideologue of the Communist Party of Germany in the Weimar Republic and fled to the US to become a professor after Hitler took over. At first Marcuse expected the protletariat to rise up and otherthrow Hitler but when they did not, he conclused that devisions in society other than economic had to be created for the left to exploit, and Critical Theory is all about creating those divisions.

If Little Bobbie is not a card carrying party member, he is at least a fellow traveller, and my bet would be on the latter.
Commented: Sunday, December 10th, 2023 @ 6:04 pm By: John Steed
Invasion of western countries by illegal aliens is becoming an issue for left wing as well as conservative voters. Anti-immigration parties of the left did well in the redent parliamentary election in Slovakia, for example.

It is time more voters on the left in the US paid attention. The recent demonstrations in black neighborhoods in Chicago vowing to vote Republican or Independent rather than Democrat over the influx of illegal aliens is one sign that voters of the left are indeed starting to pay attention here.
Commented: Sunday, December 10th, 2023 @ 3:23 pm By: borderhawk
You have it ass backward, Little Bobbie. It is the Marxists who always play the race card. BLM, for example, was organized by a group of women who admit on video that they are "trained Marxists".
Commented: Sunday, December 10th, 2023 @ 1:37 pm By: Rino Hunter
"Systemic Racism" is the Woke term from "a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing" - Bill Shakespeare.
Commented: Sunday, December 10th, 2023 @ 12:39 pm By: Stan Deatherage
. . . but spouting Marxist ideology like "systemic racism" DOES, and it also means you are NOT a "decent human being" because Marxists and their fellow travellers do not qualify for that label.
Commented: Sunday, December 10th, 2023 @ 10:04 am By: Conservative Voter
"Systemic racism" is a Marxist myth pushed by Marxists and Marxist groups, and it is part of the Marxist concocted "Crtical Race THeory" You out yourself as to what you are, Bolshevik Bob, when you use that radical ideological term.
Commented: Sunday, December 10th, 2023 @ 8:28 am By: Conservative Voter
Bob, you fully qualify for what Margaret Thatcher called the "loony left", always keen on the agenda and the narrative no matter who it hurts.

The 70/30 court order and social experiment from Judge McMillan on Mecklenburg County Schools was a negative to everyone in the school system. The ones I felt sorry fot the most were the rural blacks who had been happy at our high school and felt a part of it. When the inner city students from Second Ward High School were bussed in, bringing with them a huge amount of bitterness over the closing of their own school, and not wanting to be at South Mecklenburg, they particularly resented the rural black students already there who fit in. The bitterness of those Second Ward students also made their own experience quite a negative one.

White students, unless they happened to be on the receiving end of one of the assaults, had significant but lesser negative impacts than those two groups of black students. We had to endure the racial demonstrations / riors / walkovts and bomb threats that disrupted everyone's education, and the loss of our school traditions and senior priveleges due to an administration paranoid that anything would create more racial division. But as a group, those rural black students, who were walking on eggshells due to the resentment of the Second Ward black students who had it worst. The Second Ward students did not get over their bitterness at being there the whole year and that marred their own experience.

One example of the rural black students feeling the hear was that in my first two years at SouthMeck, the football players, black and white had their own area in the New Cafeteria where they ate lunch together. This was not anyting official, just that as team mates they liked to eat together. After bussing, the black football players, all from the group of rural blacks, stopped eating with their white team mates because they wanted to avoid friction from the Second Ward students.

They still had a commaderie but were afraid to show it too publicly. However, when my best friend in high school, Mike, got jumped by a group of Second Ward students early one school day, it was a group of rural blacks, led by one of his football teammates who rescued him.

From personal experience that first year of Judge McMillan's readical busssing order, it was clear that nobody's educational situation was improved, and indeed quite the opposite. If they had bothered to consult the actual students who had to live under that order, they would have heard from both the blacks and the whites that it was a very bad idea.
Commented: Saturday, December 9th, 2023 @ 5:35 pm By: Steven P. Rader


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