As you read this article, please bear in mind the purpose of why it was written. It’s not, as the author writes, just about calling out racism, white privilege, et al. Radical leftists don’t simply want to engage and change the heart and mind of old white Grandpa. That might be constructive.
No, what it’s really about is the Marxist BLM desire to deconstruct the Western nuclear family. As the leaders of the BLM movement posted, before it was scrubbed of course, is to, “disrupt the Western-prescribed nuclear family structure…”
And naturally, this will be reiterated through Christmas and any other family get-togethers.
from Campus Reform:
UVA student newspaper opinion writer: ‘Stand up’ to ‘racist family’ at Thanksgiving
An opinion writer for the University of Virginia student newspaper encouraged her readers to “stand up” against “racist family.”
She argues that “hateful rhetoric, conspiratorial thinking and virulent racism, xenophobia and sexism” endure in broader American society.
One student commented on the opinion article, stating that by playing along with the “policing of white progressives, we grant them a position of superiority and false sense of accomplishment.”
An opinion columnist at the University of Virginia’s student newspaper encouraged her readers to “stand up” to “ racist family” at Thanksgiving.
Emma Camp, who writes a regular opinion column for the Cavalier Daily, asserted that “white progressives must privilege their principles over personal comfort” in conversations with family during the holiday season. In order to fulfill this mandate, they “need to stand up to their racist loved ones.”
Though Trump, who Camp defines as a “proto-fascist,” who has “been defeated,” she argues that “the hateful rhetoric, conspiratorial thinking and virulent racism, xenophobia and sexism he espoused during his tenure remain deeply entrenched in American political discourse.”
“When we sit silent over our uncle’s QAnon rants or our high school friends’ xenophobic comments,” she continues, “it shows that we value our own comfort over what we know to be our ethical duty.”
She again admonishes readers to prove that their “moral principles” are more important than their “relationship with racists.”