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After solidly standing behind and pushing the "Justice for Trayvon" meme despite the growing evidence that suggests the folly of such a position, and the way it is irresponsibly and self-interestedlingingly incites a war of race rage that is fueled by the outright lies of the mainstreet media in the USA, the eunuchs of Forty Second Street continue to stand firm behind their lamentable and suicidal ethos of: majority = bad; minority = good.
In an appallingly irreverent in its irrelevance and afrophiliac propaganda puff piece published today in the Sunday Times' Book Review entitled "Race, the Remix The Grey Album by Kevin Young," the verminous journalos of Forty-Second Street subsidize publication of a review of a big-word blah-blah "Whitey bad" afro-centrist screed, staining in the process the most expensive real estate in the book review publishing world with a self-serving spew of invective that in a sane society would be reserved to the Personals section of High Times Magazine.
The four-eyed freakazoids at the Grey Lady probably know that people are going to read crap like this and go: "Huh?"; but their absolute need to pedestalize Organized Blackness is stronger than their own commitment to the greater societal good and their own good sense; and their prerogative for publishing the finest literary review in modern times, something they abdicated from a long time ago, in favor of their pursuit of Cultural Morality Athlete fame.
From the review :
Wow. The New York Times morality athletes and the "everybody is exactly equal" One Worlders that they are, are so committed to promoting Organized Blackness that they actually publish gobbly-gook big-word nonsense such as this, which in the end hurts the African American cause more than it helps it.
For a better understanding of how out-of-control feel-good head-in-the-sand egalitarianist doctrine results in disastrous public policy which does zero good for the many, and only a little good for the elite few who spew it, I refer you to this excellent article on why the Eurozone - based on hard-core egalitarian notions in the first pace - is dragging all of Europe down the utopian memory hole :
"Building A Better Currency Union" (H/T M.G., from the illustrious "Thosewhocansee dot calm).
The New York Times: Hasn't Touched Reality With A Ten Foot Pole Since January 2011.