Reminder: White Liberals Hate – LewRockwell

Chris Hayes the liberal talking head says he’s afraid of black people.  By saying it, he joins the ranks of Ta-Nehisi Coates, who wrote a whole book about it; Jesse Jackson, who worried out loud that one of them was going to mug or murder him; Al Sharpton, who left blackville the second he had the chance; James Baldwin, who told us to love Americans and then exiled himself to France; Barack Obama, who lives in alabaster Kalorama and sent his kids to white schools; and Maxine Waters, who got so rich riling up her constituents that she was able to move away from them.

Black celebrities aside, one thing you never see a white liberal do is move into a black neighborhood.  Chris Hayes won’t because he’s already lived near one, and he says he hated it.  White liberals have a list of reasons they avoid them – not getting punched in the face again, in Chris’s instance.  Rate of crime.  A superior level of order.  Cleanliness.  Proximity to the businesses they actually work at.  That kind of thing.  It isn’t white supremacy when liberals do it, though, because they aren’t considered white supremacists.  They’re telling you they’re scared, but they’re also beating their chests.   They love black people.  They just prefer to live anywhere but black neighborhoods.

This fact is the basis of Chris Hayes’s book, A Colony in a Nation – probably one of the finest books to come out of the Black Lives Matter movement, and if not the finest, then one of the funnest (my personal favorite? We Were Eight Years in Power).  It covers multiple aspects of black neighborhoods and makes you want to get away from them.  Then it asks you to embrace them.  How anyone could describe these war zones and…

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