The national establishment of blackness jes’ keeps rollin’ along … and so does black mayhem
James N. writes (2:32 p.m.):
I’m at the National Zoo today with eight kids.[UPDATE, 3:45 p.m.:
James N. writes:
Not ten minutes after you posted my e-mail, a small riot broke out—or maybe it was a flash mob.
Greg W. writes:
The link James N. provided states at the top:LA replies:
Also, it’s absurd. Maybe Easter Monday has been a Washington tradition for a hundred years. But it certainly hasn’t been a multicultural tradition for a hundred years. The word “multiculturalism” wasn’t even used in this country until the 1980s.Greg W. replies:
On the multicultural take you spoke of: it’s the same as the multiculturalists who claim that America has ALWAYS been about diversity. They say this while simultaneously talking of how evil Europeans were in the past for their actions against Indians and blacks during slavery and up until the CRA (well, even still today right?).LA replies:
One can claim both, at different times, depending on which argument helps the multiculturalists silence any serious resistance to their ideology. And, consistently, Americans in general and conservatives in particular have been too intellectually weak and lazy to see through this.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 25, 2011 02:37 PM | Send