1. Zelensky Slams Biden: I Think I Know The Details Deeper Than Any Other President
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday took a thinly veiled shot at Joe Biden, saying “I am the President of Ukraine. I am based here. I think I know the details deeper than any other president,” after Biden had warned him in a phone call that a Russian invasion was “imminent.”
According to a CNN report, which is disputed by the White House, Biden told Zelensky during an hour and 20 minutes long conversation on Thursday that the Capital city of Kyiv could be “sacked” by Russian forces, and to “prepare for impact.” Biden also reportedly said an invasion was “virtually certain” in February when the ground will be more frozen in Ukraine.
In response, Zelensky urged Biden to tone down his rhetoric about a potential invasion, citing concerns that it could cause panic or a run on supplies, CNN reported.
2. German industry bosses to meet with Putin this year
‘Planning is underway’ for corporate meeting with Russian president, while Moscow’s troops mass on Ukrainian border.
German industry chiefs are planning to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin this year, despite Moscow’s military deployments on the Ukrainian border.
“We traditionally organize an annual business meeting with President Putin and ministers relevant to the economy to address current issues in economic relations,” the German Committee on Eastern European Economic Relations (OA), a lobby organization aimed at furthering business ties with Russia and countries in Eastern Europe, said in an emailed statement.
“In 2021, the meeting was canceled at short notice due to the coronavirus, but planning is underway again for 2022,” it continued.
3. Can Europe survive if Russia stops supplying it gas?
Escalating tensions between the West and Russia over Ukraine have raised concerns about Russian gas flows to Europe, prompting the European Commission and the United States to investigate alternative supplies.
In a joint statement released last week, EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen and US President Joe Biden pledged close cooperation on energy security.
And after a recent meeting with European energy ministers in France, Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson said the bloc is talking with partners like Azerbaijan about the potential for increasing gas supplies to the continent.
It concludes that there are two challenges for Europe: finding a replacement for Russian gas supplies and curbing demand domestically to weather the storm, economically and socially.
4. Imitating Islam: The Left’s War on the Christian Cross
In many ways, the “secular Left” and Islam appear to be diametrically opposed: the Left is sexually promiscuous, Islam isn’t; the Left believes in countless genders, Islam doesn’t; the Left believes in all sorts of freedoms, Islam believes only in draconian sharia — and so on and so forth.
When it comes to Islam’s views on Christianity, however — that it is an inferior faith to be subjugated and discriminated against (Koran 9:29) — the Left appears to be in agreement.
Thus, a 61-year-old Christian woman who escaped to Britain from her Nigerian homeland — where a genocide against Christians is currently underway — experienced something similar in her adopted nation. Mary Onuoha, formerly a nurse at England’s Croydon University Hospital since 2002, was over the years repeatedly harassed by management and finally “bullied” out of her job for refusing to remove her small cross necklace, which she has worn for 40 years. As Mary explained in an interview:
This has always been an attack on my faith. My cross has been with me for 40 years. It is part of me, and my faith, and it has never caused anyone any harm… At this hospital there are members of staff who go to a mosque four times a day and no one says anything to them. Hindus wear red bracelets on their wrists and female Muslims wear hijabs in theatre. Yet my small cross around my neck was deemed so dangerous that I was no longer allowed to do my job.
5. The WEF (World Economic Forum) and the Pandemic
How is the Davos World Economic Forum involved in the coronavirus pandemic?
The Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) is a premier forum for governments, global corporations and international entrepreneurs. Founded in 1971 by engineer and economist Klaus Schwab, the WEF describes its mission as “shaping global, regional and industry agendas” and “improving the state of the world”. According to its website, “moral and intellectual integrity is at the heart of everything it does.”
The WEF has been involved in the coronavirus pandemic in several ways.
In conclusion, the Davos World Economic Forum has indeed been involved in the strategic management of the coronavirus pandemic, with a major emphasis on using the pandemic as a catalyst for digital transformation and the global introduction of digital identity systems.
Digital Identity: The 2018 vision of the World Economic Forum
WEF “Young Global Leaders”
An overview of some WEF Young Global Leaders (2005-2021) and Global Leaders for Tomorrow (1993-2003) in politics and the media. The list is not exhaustive.
EU Commission Presidents Jose Manuel Barroso (2004-2014, selected in 1993) and Jean-Claude Juncker (2014-2019, selected in 1995), French President Emanuel Macron (since 2017, selected in 2016), former French President Nicolas Sakozy (2007-2012, selected in 1993), Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, former Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (2014-2016, selected in 2012), former Spanish Prime Ministers José Maria Aznar (1996-2004, selected in 1993) and José Luis Zapatero (2004-2011, selected in 2001), Klaus Regling (CEO of the European Financial Stability Mechanism), Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Croo (since 2020, selected in 2015), Guy Verhofstadt (former Belgian Prime Minister, Chair of the Brexit Steering Group), Danish Minister for the Environment Lea Wermelin, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, former Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb, and Mark Leonard (founding director of the Soros-funded European Council on Foreign Relations).
The lists of other “Young Global Leaders”, and the full article can be accessed here:
6. BLM and Others
by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz
On August 28, 1963, America’s leading human rights activist and Black leader, Martin Luther King Jr., spoke these immortal words, reflecting his Christian belief and democratic persuasion: “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” 
That is absolutely NOT what contemporary revolutionaries stand for in the United States. I shall look at one of them, Black Lives Matter, in its social, cultural, and intellectual context.
However, there are almost no reliable studies, and neither BLM archives nor FBI vaults are accessible at the moment. Therefore, what follows below reflects further research deductions, extrapolations, thoughts, and suggestions.
Black Lives Matter is a revolutionary organization of several ideological strains. It reflects the evolution of American radicalism over time and the malevolent spirit of the times, feeding on class struggle and race struggle, or, if you will, class and race hatred. To achieve its utopia, it exploits real problems of inequality, misery, and historical sins of America, namely – the legacy of slavery and racial injustice.
The origins of BLM are somewhat obscure. Several radical individuals and groups shared their concerns and ideas before, as befitting our cyber age, with BLM revealing itself to the world on Twitter in 2013. Namely, it exploded with anger in the wake of the acquittal of George Zimmerman, who was a “white Hispanic,” in the murder trial of Trayvon Martin, who was Black, in Sanford, Florida. Then came the protests over police killings of African-Americans in Ferguson, Missouri, and New York City, a year later. More demonstrations and riots followed, in particular after Donald Trump became President, acquiring a colossal momentum especially following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the police in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
BLM considers the United States (and the Western world in toto) as irredeemably and systemically racist. It preaches the destruction of the current system, which it considers flagrantly undemocratic and unjust. The organization blames the dastardly status quo on “white racism” and “capitalist exploitation.” Only a revolution can smash them.
BLM and its allies thus reject vehemently a proposition that Americans of African descent have made enormous progress in recent decades, and their lives in the U.S. have improved tremendously. The radical activists charge this as a mirage and a “racist” and “white nationalist” deception. All racist institutions must be destroyed, starting with law enforcement. Thus, a top leader vowed “always… to fight police” because she considered it “a terrorist organization.” 
Further, they preach the destruction of the “nuclear family” and fully endorse all postulates of the sexual revolution. In other words, they struggle for comprehensive “social justice” and “racial justice,” in particular for African-Americans. Avowed “equity,” calls for the advantaging of citizens on a racial and other “minority” basis and contradicts our customary American equality, is but one step toward such goals.
According to BLM’s mission statement, the organization aims “to eradicate white supremacy and build local power to intervene in violence inflicted on Black communities by the state and vigilantes.” Further, “We affirm the lives of Black queer and trans folks, disabled folks, undocumented folks [i.e., illegal aliens], folks with [criminal] records, women, and all Black lives along the gender spectrum.” Moreover, “we are working for a world where Black lives are no longer systematically targeted for demise.” 
The world that threatens “Black lives” is the world of “white supremacy” with all it entails. Therefore, BLM activists target that world for eradication. The extermination must be comprehensive, starting with its intellectual accouterments. Thus, they consider logic and math to be “white” oppression and advocate their abandonment. Reason and rationality are also “white” – a mark of colonialism and other afflictions.
Conservative writer Rich Lowry in vain, pleads with the purveyors of such propositions that “Rationality is not a white male thing.”  His colleague Kyle Smith refers to the ideological project as “the Disenlightenment.”  Most alarmingly, according to historian John Radzilowski, the revolutionaries have resurrected “scientific racism” and applied it with gusto in their identity politics. It will result in “unchaining demons,” warns the scholar. 
Other thoughtful observers, Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsey point out a paradox: “As racism, sexism, and homophobia have continued to decline, however, deeper and deeper readings of the situations and texts and increasingly complicated Theoretical arguments have been required to detect them. The increasingly interpretive, Theoretical analysis of discourses found within Social Justice approaches is a direct reflection of the radical reduction of social injustice.”  (Parenthetically, Stalin once argued that class struggle sharpens commensurate with the success of building socialism. BLM must have taken a leaf from his argument.)
At any rate, this, in a nutshell, is critical race theory that drives BLM and others like it. The ideology has a long pedigree starting with Marquis de Sade, Mary Wollestonecraft,  and Karl Marx. It draws on a myriad of disparate contemporary thinkers, including Wilhelm Reich, Michel Foucalt, Franz Fanon, Edward Said, Howard Zinn, Alexandra Kollontai, Margaret Sanger, and other purveyors of radical feminism, “sexual revolution,”  “queer theory,”  “postcolonial theory,”  “intersectionality,” “gender fluidity,”  “social justice,”  “racial justice,”  and so forth. Although ironically, they are primarily products of white intellectuals, BLM is deeply indebted to all of them. The movement endeavors to synthesize all of those intellectual trends in a racialist way, as “intersectionality,” while, ostensibly, however, downplaying black nationalism. “We also believe that in order to win and bring as many people with us along the way, we must move beyond the narrow nationalism that is all too prevalent in Black communities. We must ensure we are building a movement that brings all of us to the front.” 
Not surprisingly, BLM tends to network with the like-minded. Abroad, it favors Cuba and Palestine, but there are also rumors of links to China. Domestically, the organization appears to prefer the anarcho-communists of Antifa, “a phantom movement by design,” according to journalist Andy Ngo. It seems that the so-called “Anti-fascists,” who are mainly white, defer to their black comrades. However, there is more than a whiff of convicted psychopath Charlie Manson’s “Helter Skelter” ideology in it: an unspoken sentiment that the Blacks are allegedly too undeveloped to lead the revolution on their own. Therefore after the initial mayhem, Manson believed he would be called upon to lead the revolutionaries. 
One can also get an eerie impression that Antifa manipulates the anger of the black grassroots for the cause of the revolution. As a nineteenth-century Russian revolutionary, Nikolai Chernishevsky used to say: “the worse, the better.” 
The precise nature of the relationship between BLM and Antifa and other radical organizations in their many iterations remains obscure for now. BLM appears less decentralized and secretive than Antifa. Like others, it takes its cues from national news and social media. It is nonetheless unclear how much central coordination undergirds local actions by the organization.
In fact, the grassroots activities of various BLM outfits are by no means consistently uniform and directed from the top. For example, some sections of BLM New York seem to oppose anti-Covid measures as “racist.” They threaten restaurant boycott and picketing. To my knowledge, that attitude has not been replicated anywhere else in a similarly straightforward manner.  There is not always uniformity of opinion. For example, the founder of BLM in St. Paul, Minnesota, quit the organization when he found out that his movement opposed charter schools. He charged the leadership with ignoring the plight of Black kids who were the primary beneficiaries of these learning institutions. 
BLM is led by outspoken cadres, not only in the U.S. but also outside. One of the leaders and original founders, Patrisse Cullors, has frankly admitted that she is a “trained Marxist organizer.”  At one point, she swooned in admiration over Mao Tse Tung.  At the same time, her comrades gushed love toward the Cuban dictatorship. 
In contradistinction, Cullors and comrades are not fans of the Jewish State. She openly called for the “end” of Israel (with the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions [BDS movement] as the means to that end), and she warmly embraced the Palestinian cause, the Hamas in particular. It makes for an ongoing synthesis of Western radicals with radical Islamists, namely the Muslim Brotherhood in this instance. 
Meanwhile, somewhat congruously, another top BLM activist voiced sentiments straight out of the ideology of the Nation of Islam sect.  She stressed that white people were genetically inferior “sub-human,” while black folks were superior “superhuman.”  Thus, a toxic brew of communism and racism informs the leadership’s ideas.
There are further esoteric, eclectic, and, perhaps, occultic ideological strains of “African Traditional Religion” (ATR) at work here. According to Anne Kennedy, there has taken place “the adoption of atomized, “a la cart” [sic! a la carte] rites and beliefs from ATR by younger Americans. For example, the adoption of the Nigerian Ifá religion by Patrisse Cullors of Black Lives Matter (BLM) has a uniquely American flavor.” 
However, that particular BLM founder “grew up as a Jehovah’s Witness but left the religion out of dissatisfaction with its patriarchal structure. She converted to Ifá, a religion of West African origin. But…that faith also has its challenges for Cullors as a queer woman. One Ifá priest refused to initiate her because of her sexuality.” 
Other BLM leaders share this religious idiosyncrasy with the founder. “Within the space that has become known as Black Lives Matter lives a religious experience and political ethic grounded in new notions of spirituality. These new notions are informed by and inform political ideas around organizing, activism, leadership development, organizational structure, and ultimately, political goals and motivations focused on state-sponsored violence and historical trauma against the black community.” 
BLM enjoys a fluid pool of followers. Sometimes it appears as if the cadres shift effortlessly between various geographic locations to tap the local organizers here or there. The latter, in turn, mobilize the inner city shiftless who explode at a particular injustice in mass actions, including riots and violence. Sometimes the outside and inside organizers seem to join in a protest opportunistically and shape it to their liking henceforth.
Nevertheless, it would be mischievous to claim that most BLM followers are “trained Marxists” or Nation of Islam partisans. In addition to ghetto dwellers, there are others. College students, many of them white, tend to stand out at demonstrations. There are even special “anti-racist” training camps for them. 
However, most BLM supporters do not seem to subscribe to its toxic ideology. They do consider themselves “woke” or aware. However, there are various levels of initiation into wokeness.
Overwhelmingly, most folks back BLM to underscore their sympathy with the African-American community and its past sufferings (a point to be elaborated upon below). This concerns most notably a bevy of celebrities who serve as the movement’s cheerleaders. Most stars are less than savvy politically. They reflect and echo the spirit of the times, thus amplifying it rather than creating novel phenomena.
A few high-profile celebrities nonetheless do understand the revolutionary situation quite well. Football player Colin Kaepernick is one of the most prominent among them. He pioneered taking the knee during the playing of the national anthem. According to him and his fans, this opposes America’s “systemic racism” and fight for “social justice.” His critics have charged him with desecrating national symbols. Initially ostracized, Kaepernick now is emulated not just in the U.S. but everywhere in the Western world – except for the Intermarium, the lands between the Black, Baltic, and Adriatic seas. 
There are further passive supporters. They tend to stand to the side, and many enjoy anonymity. Some escape any scrutiny, while at least a few flaunt their wokeness on behalf of BLM. They do not riot. Instead, they send money to the organization. And we are talking about serious funds.
It is unconfirmed, though it is widely rumored, that after Ferguson, George Soros was the principal, or, perhaps, even the single, donor keeping BLM afloat following 2014. After a while, he pronounced his support for “social justice” causes quite openly to the tune of over 220 million U.S. dollars. In particular, in 2020, white liberals, primarily middle class, out of sympathy for the black predicament and past experience, and out of so-called “white guilt,” have generously opened up their checkbooks. Finally, woke capitalists, always eager to be on the winning side, have poured a river of cash into the coffers of the leadership of Black Lives Matter and other “social justice” foundations and organizations. 
And the foot troops kept joining. At the zenith of BLM’s influence, on June 6, 2020, about half a million people showed up in 550 locations in the United States to protest racial injustice in general and police brutality in particular.  Since then, after some up and downs in the polls, the organization’s influence has waned. Right now, for the first time in three years, most registered voters in the U.S. again hold a negative view of the radical outfit. 
Why? First, it is pretty natural that public opinion ebbs and flows. Second, it morphs in response to new information about a phenomenon that reaches the public. In the case of BLM, the news has not been exactly flattering.
It started early on with the very name of the organization: Black Lives Matter. In 2015 Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton herself commented, quite logically, “All Lives Matter.” Pandemonium broke out with many liberal pundits arguing that it was a scurrilous calumny, completely insensitive toward the African American community as if BLM spoke for all the Black folks. Clinton promptly apologized. The activists continued to harass her publicly, however. From then on, lesser mortals either sang encomia of the movement or cowered in silence. 
Media have focused on typical revolutionary patterns: achieving power, or at least notoriety, and monetizing it by BLM operators. One activist splurged on a million-dollar lakefront property.  Top leader Patrisse Cullors’s $3 million-plus property portfolio remained front-page news for a long while; her house worth $1.4 million outraged not just the critics but also her supporters.  She was, moreover, caught triple charging her group for a swanky event she hosted. The founder further parlayed her notoriety into celebrity appearances with Harvard University audiences and sympathetic politicians (the latter sans the Covid masks).  Ultimately, she landed an official city government post from which she will supervise the arts of Los Angeles. She became a best-selling author and inked a deal with Warner Brothers in the process. 
There were copycats, of course. It is difficult to tell if they were fraudsters or stand-alone activists because of the movement’s decentralized nature. One alleged crook bankrolled a new home, guns, and a posh wardrobe from donations to a fake BLM of Greater Atlanta outfit.  It further undermined public trust toward the brand name, whether bogus or not.
Individual cases of corruption and abuse of trust and power may be dismissed as relatively secondary concerns. However, ethical charges that BLM manipulates families of victims of police violence to solicit donations are of a more serious nature.  Credibility issues surface periodically. In La Crosse, Wisconsin, a BLM student activist claimed to be a victim of arson, which she chalked up to a “hate crime,” only to be discovered to have been the arsonist herself. 
An even greater scandal broke out when a BLM stalwart in Denver, Colorado, was revealed to have abused and sexually molested sixty-two children of illegal immigrants. Some were violently raped. He served as the Director of the Denver School Board. They were in his care. 
Nevertheless, all that should be seen in the context of general trends in American society, which are of the gravest importance. The ideological currents on which BLM and similar revolutionary outfits have ridden into our collective consciousness have informed some worrisome, ugly, and even pathological developments in our society and culture.
Many are worried about the swelling crime wave. Some put it squarely at the foot of BLM and its supporters, including radical politicians. San Francisco is a basket case in point.  Neither did burning American cities sit well with most citizens. Agreeing that there is injustice toward fellow Black Americans is one thing. Countenancing revolutionary violence and blessing impunity for crimes is another.
According to Victor Davis Hanson, “Rioters burned down a Minneapolis police precinct. They set afire a federal courthouse in Portland. And they tried to incinerate the historic St. John’s Episcopal Church next to the White House. Downtown areas of Portland and Seattle were taken over by rioters, who occupied entire city blocks with impunity. Most of those arrested during the violent summer were either released or eventually had their charges dropped or vastly reduced. Although many of the Antifa and BLM rioters shouted revolutionary slogans, called for violence against the police, and carefully organized their rioting on social media, neither the media nor the government ever declared the rioters to be conspiracists or insurrectionists.” 
This stands in stark contrast to the official treatment of the Trump-supporting rioters on January 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C. Harshness ruled. It was duly noted and frowned upon, on the right, of course.  Other, less prominent instances of disparity of treatment and consequence likewise raised an eyebrow or two. They continue to fester and undermine America. 
Overall, however, violence and arson became twin factors that tarnished the image of BLM but also hurt the Democratic Party in 2020. On the other hand, non-violent protest on behalf of issues dear to BLM’s heart helped the liberals at the voting booth. 
Another story is whether it is fair to blame BLM indiscriminately for various pathologies. There is a more significant force at work. The United States has experienced a monumental cultural shift. A color-blind society, Martin Luther King Jr.’s ideal, has been now replaced with another proposition: identity group politics. Critical race theory is all the intellectual rave nowadays. And BLM is its chief face (in addition to transgender issues).
A brief news round-up from the very recent past should demonstrate the point amply.
In Loudoun County, Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC, a 6-year-old asked her mother whether “she was ‘born evil’ because she was white.” That is how the child was instructed at her grade school. 
In Wisconsin, a teacher, who advertises herself on social media as a BLM supporter, allegedly abused a 13-year old child with special needs. First, she attempted to force an LGBT rainbow-colored mask on his face. Then, she taped another mask onto his face to enforce Covid regulations. 
A women and gender studies professor at Rutgers University, New Jersey, publicly praised falling white birth rates because white people are “villains,” so they deserve it. Apparently, whiteness made them inherently evil. She further insisted that “Critical Race Theory [sic] is just the proper teaching of American history.” The scholar concluded: “We got to take white people out” and “We got to take these motherf*****s out.” Although she qualified her statement by mentioning that she herself opposed violence, many understood this as advocacy of genocide. 
At the University of Colorado – Boulder, Jennifer Ho, a professor of critical race theory and ethnic studies, announced that “white supremacy” triggers attacks of African-Americans against Asians. Therefore, she pressed in an astonishing display of non-sequitur, that whites are “the main perpetrators of racism.” After all, “White supremacy does not require a white person to perpetuate it.” 
There are also increasing signs of informal – so far – apartheid. For example, Harvard organized a Shakespearian festival for Black people only. Whites were not invited.  How that promotes racial harmony, not to speak of poetic universalism, remains a mystery.
American Geophysical Union was set to award its prestigious fellowships in science. However, when it turned out that all five finalists were white men, the organization canceled its awards. It ruled that no racial diversity merited no recognition. 
America’s telecommunications giant AT&T set up a “racial reeducation program.” The participants were told: “White people, you are the problem.” 
Other Big Tech companies likewise march in lockstep. For instance, Twitter has censored a trailer for a documentary shedding light on discrimination against White people. 
Politicians, of course, are quick to jump on the racialist bandwagon. Not only do they purvey noxious racial views, but they also routinely thwart free speech. The progressive mayor of Chicago ostentatiously refused to take queries from white reporters. Only newsmen of color were welcome. 
After a Black journalist asked him about his support for critical race theory, a prominent White liberal politician responded that such questions were “racist.”  A high-ranking Democratic Party operative in Minneapolis went one further. He gushed that torching police stations by BLM, Antifa, and their allies was “pure righteousness.”  Less enthusiastic Democratic politicians risk the movement’s ire.
Under the circumstances, it is little wonder that the reaction of the White majority oscillates between baffled confusion and seething resentment.  Most, however, accommodate. They do what it takes to survive and prosper in the current system. For example, a recent survey indicates that 34% of White students lie about their race in college admissions applications.
Most cheaters claim to be Native Americans, the remainder that they are either Latino or Black. The main reason for making false statements is to increase their odds of admission, as 81% attested to. Half of the cheaters also hope to benefit from the financial aid earmarked for racial and ethnic minorities. About 77% succeed in their deception and win admission to college. 
While we cannot blame everything that is wrong with contemporary America on BLM, it is quite doubtful that Martin Luther King, Jr., would approve of what is going on. His aim was color blindness and not identity politics. He called for love and not hatred. Rev. King did not want to destroy; he wanted to build.
And that is always inimical to the revolutionary project.
 Martin Luther King Jr., “I have a dream,” Washington, DC, August 28, 1963, published as ‘“I Have A Dream’ Speech, In Its Entirety: Heard on Talk of the Nation,” January 18, 2010, https://www.npr.org/2010/01/18/122701268/i-have-a-dream-speech-in-its-entirety.
 Patrisse Cullors quoted in Natalie Winters, “UNSEEN VIDEO: BLM Founder Labels Police a ‘Terrorist Organization,’ ‘Always’ Wanted To ‘Fight Them’” The National Pulse, May 23, 2021, https://thenationalpulse.com/breaking/blm-founder-compares-police-to-terrorists/.
 The references were scrubbed from BLM’s website last year. See Brittany Bernstein, “Black Lives Matter Removes Language about Disrupting the Nuclear Family from Website,” September 21, 2020, https://news.yahoo.com/black-lives-matter-removes-language-185621063.html?guccounter=1;
 Christopher Caldwell, “The Inequality of ‘Equity,’” National Review, May 17, 2021, pp. 24-29.
 Rich Lowry, “Rationality Is Not a White Male Thing,” National Review, October 26, 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/10/rationality-is-not-a-white-male-thing/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NR%20Daily%20Monday%20through%20Friday%202021-10-26&utm_term=NRDaily-Smart.
 Kyle Smith, “The Disenlightenment: A Thought Revolution Targets Truth,” National Review, August 16, 2021, pp. 25-27.
 John Radzilowski, “Unchaining Demons: Critical Race Theorists, Progressive Activists Revive One of Humanity’s Worst Ideas,” The Epoch Times, July 24, 2020, https://www.theepochtimes.com/unchaining-demons-critical-race-theorists-and-progressive-activists-revive-one-of-humanitys-worst-ideas_3435824.html.
 Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsey, Cynical Theories: How Activist Scholarship Made Everything About Race, Gender, and Identity (Durham, NC: Pitchstone Publishing, 2020), p. 231.
 Mary Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: With Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects (New York and London: Penguin Books, 1992).
 Wilhelm Reich, Passion of Youth: An Autobiography, 1897-1922, ed. Mary Boyd Higgins and Chester M. Raphael, transl. Philip Schmitz and Jerry Tompkins (New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1988); Wilhelm Reich, The Sexual Revolution: Toward a Self-Regulating Character Structure (London: Macmillan, 1986); Wilhelm Reich, The Function of the Orgasm: Sex-Economic Problems of Biological Energy (New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1973); Wilhelm Reich, The Invasion of Compulsory Sex-Morality (London: Macmillan, 1970); Paul Kengor, The Devil and Karl Marx: Communism’s Long March of Death, Deception, and Infiltration (Gastonia, NC: Tan Books, 2020).
 Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality, 3 vols. (London: Penguin, 1976-1984); Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality, vol. 1: An Introduction, transl. Robert Hurley (New York: Vintage Books. 1990); Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality, vol. 2: Use of Pleasure: transl. Robert Hurley (New York: Vintage Books. 1990); Michel Foucault, The History of Sexuality, vol. 3: The Care of the Self, tłum. Robert Hurley (New York: Vintage Books, 1988); Michel Foucault, Didier Eribon, transl. Betsy Wing (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 1992); Paul A. Robinson, The Freudian Left: Wilhelm Reich, Geza Roheim, Herbert Marcuse (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1990); Gert Heckma, Harry Oosterhuis and James Steakly (ed.) Gay Men and the Sexual History of the Political Left (New York: Routledge, 1995).
 Frantz Fanon, Black Skins, White Masks [Peau noire, masques blancs] (New York: Grove Books, 2008 ); Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth [Les damnés de la terre] (New York: Grove Books, 2005 ).
 Edward W. Said, Orientalism (New York: Knopf/Doubleday, 1979).
 Compare: Howard Zinn, A People’s History of the United States, 1492-Present (New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2005 ); and Mary Grabar, Debunking Howard Zinn: Exposing the Fake History that Turned a Generation against America (Washington, DC: Regnery History, 2019).
 Alexandra Kollontai, Selected Writings of Alexandra Kollontai, translation and redaction Alix Holt (New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1977); Barbara Evans Clements, Bolshevik Feminist: The Life of Aleksandra Kollontai (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1979); Cathy Porter, Alexandra Kollontai: A Biography (London: Virago, 1980).
 Edwin Black, War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race (Washington, DC: Dialog Press, 2012); Jean Baker, Margaret Sanger: A Life of Passion (New York: Hill and Wang, 2011); Ellen Chesler, Woman of Valor: Margaret Sanger and the Birth Control Movement in America (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2007).
 Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own (London: Grafton, 1977); Simone de Beauvoir, The Second Sex (New York, NY: Vintage Books, 1989); Margaret Sanger, The Pivot of Civilization (New York: Bentano’s Inc., 1922); Betty Friedan, The Feminine Mystique (New York: W.W. Norton, 2001); Germaine Greer, The Female Eunuch (New York, NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2001); Roberta Salper (ed.), Female Liberation (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972); Nancy F. Cott, The Grounding of Modern Feminism (New Haven, CT, and London: Yale University Press, 1987); Dorothy L. Ayers, Are Women Human? (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company. 2005); Phyllis Birkby, Bertha Harris, Jill Johnston, Esther Newton, and Jane O’Wyatt (ed.), Amazon Expedition: A Lesbian Feminist Anthology (Washington: Times Change Press, 1973); Eve Ensler, The Vagina Monologues (New York: Villard Books. 1998); Valerie Solanas, SCUM Manifesto (Edinburgh and San Francisco: A.K. Press, 1997); Andrea Dworkin, Right-wing Women: The Politics of Domesticated Females (London: The Women’s Press, 1988); Andrea Dworkin, Intercourse: Twentieth Anniversary Edition (New York: Basic Books, 2006 ); Andrea Dworkin, Woman Hating (New York, E.P. Dutton, 1974); Catharine A. MacKinnon, Feminism Unmodified: Discourses on Life and Law (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1988); Catharine A. MacKinnon, Toward a Feminist Theory of the State (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1991); Catharine A. MacKinnon, Women’s Lives, Men’s Laws (Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press at Harvard University Press, 2007); Uta Ranke-Heinemann, Eunuchs for the Kingdom of Heaven: Women, Sexuality and The Catholic Church (London: Penguin Books, 1991); Linda K. Kerber, Alice Kessler-Harris and Kathryn Kish Sklar (ed). U.S. History & Women’s History: New Feminist Essays (Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 1995). Moreover, see, critically, Maggie Gallagher, Enemies of Eros: How the Sexual Revolution is Killing Family, Marriage, and Sex and What Can We Do About It (Chicago: Bonus Books, Inc., 1989); Maggie Gallagher, The Abolition of Marriage: How We Destroy Lasting Love (Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, Inc., 1996); F. Caroline Graglia, Domestic Tranquility: A Brief Against Feminism (Dallas, TX: Spence Publishing Company, 1998).
 Shulamith Firestone, The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution (New York, NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003); Pat Califia, Public Sex: The Culture of Radical Sex (San Francisco, CA: Cleis Press, 1994); Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Epistemology of the Closet (Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2008); Gayle S. Rubin, Deviations: A Gayle Rubin Reader (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2012); Adrienne Rich, Compulsory Heterosexuality and Lesbian Existence (Denver, CO: Antelope Publications, 1982). Critically see: Gabrielle Kuby, The Global Sexual Revolution: Destruction of Freedom in the Name of Freedom (Kettering, OH: Lifesite, 2015).
 Annamarie Jagose, Queer Theory: An Introduction (New York: New York University Press, 2010).
 Ranajit Guha and Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (ed.), Selected Subaltern Studies (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988); Ian Adam and Helen Tiffin (ed.), Past in the Last Post: Theorizing Post-Colonialism and Post-Modernism (London: Harvester/Wheatsheaf, 1991); Neil Lazarus (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Postcolonial Studies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004); Homi K. Bhabha, The Location of Culture (London: Routledge, 1994); Linda Hutcheon, The Politics of Postmodernism (London and New York: Routledge, 1989); John McCleod (red.), The Routledge Companion to Postcolonial Studies (London: Routledge, 2007); Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples (London: Zed Books, 1999); Kagendo Mutua and Beth Blue Swadener, Decolonizing Research in Cross-cultural Context: Critical Personal Narratives (Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2010); Gurminder K. Bhambra, Dalia Gebrial, and Karem Nişancioğlu (ed.), Decolonizing the University (London: Pluto Press, 2018); Ewa M. Thompson, Imperial Knowledge: Russian Literature and Colonialism (Westport, CT, and London: Greenwood Press, 2000).
 Derrick Bell, And We Are Not Saved: The Elusive Quest for Racial Justice (New York: Basic Books, 1987); Audre Lorde, Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches (Berkeley, CA: Crossing Press, 2007); Richard Delgado and Jean Stefanic, Critical Race Theory: An Introduction (New York: New York University Press, 2017); Patricia Hill Collins and Sirma Bilge, Intersectionality (Cambridge: Polity Press, 2016).
 Judith Butler, The Judith Butler Reader (Malden and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2004); Judith Butler, Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity (New York: Routledge, 2004 ).
 John Rawls, A Theory of Justice, Revised Edition (Cambridge, MA: The Bellknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1990 ), https://giuseppecapograssi.files.wordpress.com/2014/08/rawls99.pdf or https://philosophyintrocourse.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/rawls-theory-of-justice.pdf.; Andrew Jolivétte, Research Justice: Methodologies for Social Change (Bristol: Policy Press, 2015); Miranda Frickers, Epistemic Injustice: Power and the Ethics of Knowing (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007).
 Barbara Applebaum, Being White, Being Good: White Complicity, White Moral Responsibility, and Social Justice (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2010); Ibram X. Kendi, How to be an Antiracist (New York: One world, 2019); Robin Diangelo, White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2018); Noel Ignatiev, How the Irish Became White (New York and Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 1995); Ta-Nehisi Coats, Between the World and Me (New York: Spiegel & Grau, a Division of Random House, 2015), https://www.mtsac.edu/elj/english/documents/engl1a/engl_1a_reading_n.pdf and https://freebookarchive.com/download-free-ebooks/bestsellers/download-between-the-world-and-me-ta-nehisi-coates-3-ebook/; Suketu Mehta, This Land is Our Land: An Immigrant’s Manifesto (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2019).
 BLM squarely sided with the Communist regime in Cuba against popular demonstrations which broke out on the island in July and August of 2021. See Alex Anas Ahmed, “BLM comes out in support of the Cuban communist regime— ‘condemns the U.S.,’” The Postmillennial, July 15, 2021, https://thepostmillennial.com/blm-issues-statement-condeming-us-not-cubas-communist-regime-over-treatment-of-cubans. See also Emily Zanotti, “Black Lives Matter Declares ‘Solidarity’ With Palestinians In Israel Conflict,” The Daily Wire, May 18, 2021, https://www.dailywire.com/news/black-lives-matter-declares-solidarity-with-hamas-in-israel-conflict?%3Futm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=dwtwitter.
 Andy Ngo, Unmasked: Inside Antifa’s Radical Plan to Destroy Democracy (New York and Nashville, TN: Center Street, 2021), p. 18.
 Vincent Bugliosi and Curt Gentry, Helter Skelter: The True Story of the Manson Murders (New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1974); Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, “Antifa Galore,” Newsmax, December 3, 2021, https://www.newsmax.com/marekjanchodakiewicz/antifa/2021/12/03/id/1047204/
 Nikolai Chernishevski, What is to be done? (1863), https://sites.google.com/a/hq.books-now.com/en208/9780801495472-76dispmoGEgastgram29
 Jack Phillips, “BLM Protest Planned at New York Restaurant Where Vaccination Proof Was Demanded,” The Epoch Times, September 20, 2021, https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_morningbrief/blm-protest-planned-at-new-york-restaurant-where-vaccination-proof-was-demanded_4006720.html?utm_source=morningbriefnoe&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=mb-2021-09-21&mktids=5d6ff2bdef4a1e12f8808065ca98df66&est=%2BxXQFCrXnWpqty6oIAWNUetQgfMyFTDUiMQmL4B%2BbsXHrHvge%2B6rnCozJnu6kvtXdYI%3D; Tim Pearce, “New York BLM Leader Promises National ‘Uprising’ Over ‘Racist’ Vaccine Mandates,’” The Daily Wire, September 23, 2021, https://www.dailywire.com/news/new-york-blm-leader-promises-national-uprising-over-racist-vaccine-mandates-similar.
 Jack Phillips, “BLM St. Paul Founder Who Quit Says Black Lives Matter Is ‘Racist’ Against Black Children Over Charter Schools,” The Epoch Times, June 2, 2021, https://www.theepochtimes.com/mkt_breakingnews/blm-st-paul-founder-who-quit-says-black-lives-matter-is-racist-against-black-children-over-charter-schools_3841376.html?utm_source=newsnoe&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=breaking-2021-06-02-2&mktids=170ca1456df58f78630054cadb95ee32&est=kEsAoj4tYZHJQuBqHFSojaLMVXJcNmcyxDshxgUhjIJ4lgdo4SjgB%2Ba%2BRaBiL8VOLMk%3D.
 James Cawood, “‘Trained Marxist’ BLM Co-Founder Appointed As A Los Angeles County Commissioner,” DailyWire.com, October 16, 2021, https://www.dailywire.com/news/trained-marxist-blm-co-founder-appointed-as-a-los-angeles-county-commissioner
 Hannah Cai, “BLM Founder’s Video From 10 Years Ago Reveals Her Fondness of Mao’s Red Book,” The Epoch Times, May 17, 2021,
 Natalie Winters, “EXPOSED: BLM Leaders Praised Cuba’s Communist Front Group at Co-Hosted Event, Then Fawned Over Them After a Foreign Trip,” The National Pulse, July 25, 2021, https://thenationalpulse.com/exclusive/blm-praised-cuba-at-event-with-venceremos-brigade/.
 Natalie Winters, “Black Lives Matter Founder Calls for “The End” of Israel,” The National Pulse, May 27, 2021, https://thenationalpulse.com/breaking/blm-founder-calls-for-end-of-israel/.
 Compare: Steven Tsoukalas, The Nation of Islam: Understanding the “Black Muslims” (Phillipsburg, NJ: P&R Publishing, 2001); Jacob S. Dorman, The Princess and The Prophet: The Secret History of Magic, Race, and Moorish Muslims in America (Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2020).
 This is Yusra Khogali of Toronto’s BLM. See C. Douglas Golden, “BLM Leader Exposed: Called Whites ‘Sub-Human,’ Genetically Defective; Said Blacks Are Superhumans,” The Western Journal, July 8, 2020, https://www.westernjournal.com/blm-leader-exposed-called-whites-sub-human-genetically-defective-said-blacks-superhumans/.
 Anne Kennedy, “African Traditional Religion, Black Lives Matter, and the Prosperity Gospel,” Christian Research Journal, volume 44, number 03 (2021), https://www.equip.org/christian-research-journal/.
 Livia Gershon, “Healing, Spirituality, and Black Lives Matter,” JSTOR Daily, June 10, 2020, https://daily.jstor.org/healing-and-spirituality-in-the-movement-for-black-lives/.
 Hebah Farrag, “The Spirit in Black Lives Matter: New Spiritual Community in Black Radical Organizing,” Transition, No. 125, Religion (2018): 76-88 (quote at p. 87).
 “The Anti-Racist Camp Republicans Can’t Ban,” Vice News, August 10, 2021, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GT_Jzzv_tv0.
 Marek Jan Chodakiewicz, “Soccer Hasn’t Gone Woke Yet,” Newsmax, April 30, 2021, https://www.newsmax.com/marekjanchodakiewicz/woke-soccer/2021/04/30/id/1019623/.
 In 2020, his foundations donated at least $220 million to “racial justice” causes. See “Open Society Foundations Announce $220 Million for Building Power in Black Communities,” Open Society Foundation, July 13, 2020. See also The New York Times, July 13, 2020, https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/13/us/politics/george-soros-racial-justice-organizations.html.
 Vivek Ramaswamy, Woke, Inc.: Inside Corporate America’s Social Justice Scam (New York and Nashville, TN: Center Street, 2021).
 Larry Buchanan, Quoctrung Bui, and Jugal K. Patel, “Black Lives Matter May Be the Largest Movement in U.S. History” The New York Times, July 3, 2020, https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/07/03/us/george-floyd-protests-crowd-size.html.
 Jacob Bliss, “Poll: More Registered Voters Oppose BLM for First Time Since 2018,” Breitbart.com, October 29, 2021, https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/10/29/poll-more-registered-voters-oppose-blm-first-time-2018/; Paul Sacca “N.Y. Times finds support for Black Lives Matter plummeted since last summer, makes zero references to months of riots,” The Blaze, May 22, 2021, https://www.theblaze.com/news/new-york-times-black-lives-matter-support.
 Tamara Keith, “Hillary Clinton’s 3-Word Misstep: ‘All Lives Matter’” National Public Radio, June 24, 2015, https://www.npr.org/sections/itsallpolitics/2015/06/24/417112956/hillary-clintons-three-word-gaffe-all-lives-matter; Eugene Scott, “Black Lives Matter protesters confront Clinton at a fundraiser,” CNN, February 25, 2021, https://www.cnn.com/2016/02/25/politics/hillary-clinton-black-lives-matter-whichhillary/index.html.
 Sarah Taylor, “BLM activist Shaun King, begs for donations to move out of lavish lakefront home, slams black community while describing himself as a ‘civil rights leader’” The Blaze, August 9, 2021, https://www.theblaze.com/news/blm-shaun-king-donations-move-lavish-lakefront-home; James Anthony, “REVEALED: BLM activist Shaun King moves into a luxury five-bedroom lakefront home,” The Postmillennial, July 31, 2021,
https://thepostmillennial.com/revealed-blm-activist-shaun-king-moves-into-luxury-five-bedroom-lakefront-home; Dawson White, “Creator of bogus BLM charity used $200,000 in donations to buy home, suits, FBI says,” The Kansas City Star, September 27, 2021, https://www.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/national/article246046160.html.
 Harriet Alexander, “‘Communist’ BLM founder Patrisse Cullors defends her $3MILLION property portfolio – including private jet hangar in garden – and claims she’s not been paid since 2019 and questions about it are a ‘tactic of terror to silence her’’’ The Daily Mail, April 14, 2021, https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9468847/BLM-founder-defends-3MILLION-property-portfolio-claims-questions-tactic-terror.html.
Zachary Evans, “San Francisco Mayor Filmed Violating Own Mask Mandate at Party with BLM Cofounder,” National Review, September 17, 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com/news/san-francisco-mayor-filmed-violating-own-mask-mandate-at-party-with-blm-cofounder/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NR%20Daily%20Monday%20through%20Friday%202021-09-17&utm_term=NRDaily-Smart.
 James Cawood, “‘Trained Marxist’ BLM Co-Founder Appointed As A Los Angeles County Commissioner,’” DailyWire.com, October 16, 2021, https://www.dailywire.com/news/trained-marxist-blm-co-founder-appointed-as-a-los-angeles-county-commissioner; Andrew Kerr, “EXCLUSIVE: BLM PAC Paid Nearly Triple The Market Rate For Disastrous Live Stream Event, Industry Experts Say,” The Daily Caller, May 19, 2021, https://dailycaller.com/2021/05/19/black-lives-matter-california-patrisse-cullors/; Nick Monroe, “BLM co-founder steps down as executive director following real-estate spending spree scandal,” The Postmillennial, May 27, 2021, https://thepostmillennial.com/wealthy-black-lives-matter-co-founder-patrisse-cullors-resigns-from-group-to-focus-on-book-and-tv-deal.
 Jackie Salo, “Activist created bogus BLM charity, used money to buy new home, guns: FBI,” The New York Post, September 27, 2020, https://nypost.com/2020/09/27/activist-made-fake-blm-charity-used-money-to-buy-home-guns-fbi/.
 “Millions Donated to Social Justice. Now There’s a Debate Over What to Do With It,” Vice News, August 13, 2021, (victim families manipulated at 6:00 min), https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1RuhF9iTMc.
 Mia Catell, “HATE HOAX: BLM activist claimed she was the victim of hate crimes including arson—video shows she started the fire,” The Postmillennial, June 1, 2021, https://thepostmillennial.com/hate-hoax-blm-activist-claimed-she-was-the-victim-of-hate-crimes-including-arson-video-shows-she-started-the-fire
 “BLM activist accused of molesting over 60 undocumented children,” Law Officer, June 1, 2021, https://www.lawofficer.com/blm-activist-molested-accused/.
 See Adam Creighton, “Shock of the Bay: Watching San Francisco’s tide of despair roll in,” The Australian, July 3, 2021, https://www.theaustralian.com.au/author/adam-creighton; Tom Cotton, “The BLM Effect,” National Review, July 29, 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/07/the-blm-effect/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NR%20Daily%20Monday%20through%20Friday%202021-07-29&utm_term=NRDaily-Smart. For an example of an outspoken denunciation see an unsigned editorial “The Real ‘Domestic Terror’ is BLM’s Murder Explosion, And We’ve Got the Shocking Numbers,” Revolver News, October 1, 2021, https://www.revolver.news/2021/10/the-real-domestic,-terror-is-blms-murder-explosion-and-weve-got-the-shocking-numbers/.
 Victor Davis Hanson, “Scapegoats, Boogeymen, and Hobgoblins,” American Greatness, July 7, 2021, https://amgreatness.com/2021/07/07/scapegoats-boogeymen-and-hobgoblins/.
 Libby Emmons, “WATCH: Marjorie Taylor Greene asks why January 6th rioters are being held in solitary confinement while BLM/Antifa rioters walk free,” The Postmillennial, May 18, 2021, https://thepostmillennial.com/watch-marjorie-taylor-greene-calls-out-double-standard-jan-6-rioters-are-being-held-in-solitary-confinement-while-blm-antifa-rioters-walk-free.
 While a BLM demonstrator in Fredericksburg, VA, who broke a car window, thus endangering a child inside, got off with a suspended sentence, a store proprietor in Schenectady, NY, who summoned the police to protect his establishment from BLM rioters was fined as punishment. Also, a couple who displayed their weapons to deter rioting BLM trespassers from entering their home in St. Louis, MI, was charged with a criminal felony. At the same time, their detractors were not punished at all. The governor subsequently pardoned the couple. See Paul Joseph Watson, “BLM Rioter Who Smashed Car Window in a Toddler’s Face Avoids Jail After Lawyer Says it Was an ‘Emotional Time,’” Infowars, June 30, 2021, https://www.infowars.com/posts/blm-rioter-who-smashed-car-window-in-a-toddlers-face-avoids-jail-after-lawyer-says-it-was-an-emotional-time/; David Aaro, “New York shop owner who called cops on BLM protesters ordered to pay $4.5K,” Fox News, August 19, 2021, https://www.foxnews.com/us/new-york-shop-owner-called-cops-blm-protesters-ordered-pay-4-5k; Brittany Berenstein, “Missouri Governor Pardons Armed St. Louis Couple Who Confronted BLM Mob,” National Review, August 3, 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com/news/missouri-governor-pardons-armed-st-louis-couple-who-confronted-blm-mob/.
 Dylan Housman, “BLM Riots Dragged Democrats Down In 2020, Data Shows — But Peaceful Protests Helped Them,” The Daily Caller, May 21, 2021, https://dailycaller.com/2021/05/21/blm-riots-joe-biden-kenosha-jacob-blake/.
 Emma Colton, “Loudoun County mom says 6-year-old asked her if she was ‘born evil’ because she’s White,” Fox News, October 31, 2021, https://www.foxnews.com/us/loudoun-county-mom-6-year-old-born-evil-because-white.
 Cassandra Fairbanks, “W.I. Teacher [Jessica Quinoda Scott] Taped Mask on Student’s Head, Previously Tried to Force Him to Wear Pride Mask — Proud Boys Organizing Protest,” The Gateway Pundit, October 27, 2021,
 Shannon Thaler, “‘We got to take white people out’: Rutgers University professor, 41, calls white people ‘villains,’ says ‘Critical Race Theory is just the proper teaching of American history’ and praises dwindling white birth rates in an online discussion,” The Daily Mail, October 29, 2021, https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10143199/NJ-professor-says-got-motherf-s-talking-white-people.html.
 Cassandra Fairbanks, “Colorado Professor Claims That ‘White Supremacy’ is Causing Black People to Attack Asians,” The Gateway Pundit, May 22, 2021, https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/05/colorado-professor-claims-white-supremacy-causing-black-people-attack-asians/
 Alex Parker, “Harvard Hosts a Shakespearean Extravaganza — but Only for Black People,” RedState.com, https://redstate.com/alexparker/2021/10/28/harvard-hosts-a-shakespearean-extravaganza-but-only-for-black-people-n465199.
 Ashe Schow, “All White Men Nominated For Science Award, So Committee Refused To Pick Any Of Them,” The Daily Wire, October 28, 2021, https://www.dailywire.com/news/all-white-men-nominated-for-science-award-so-committee-refused-to-pick-any-of-them.
 Chris Menahan, “‘White People, You Are The Problem’: AT&T’s Internal ‘Racial Reeducation Program’ Leaked,” InformationLiberation, October 28, 2021, http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=62633.
 Shane Trejo, “Twitter Censors Trailer of Upcoming Documentary Exposing Anti-White Racism,” Big League Politics, October 25, 2021, https://bigleaguepolitics.com/twitter-censors-trailer-of-upcoming-documentary-exposing-anti-white-racism/.
 David Rutz, “Lightfoot slams ‘overwhelming whiteness’ of Chicago press, defends speaking only to reporters of color,” Fox News, May 19 2021, https://www.foxnews.com/media/lightfoot-slams-overwhelming-whiteness-of-chicago-press-defends-only-speaking-to-reporters-of-color; Isaack Schorr, “Chicago Mayor Refusing to Accept Interview Requests from White Journalists,” National Review, May 19 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com/news/chicago-mayor-refusing-to-accept-interview-requests-from-white-journalists/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NR%20Daily%20Monday%20through%20Friday%202021-05-19&utm_term=NRDaily-Smart; Caroline Downey, “Tulsi Gabbard Calls for Chicago Mayor to Resign for ‘Blatant Anti-White Racism,’” National Review, May 21 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com/news/tulsi-gabbard-calls-for-chicago-mayor-to-resign-for-blatant-anti-white-racism/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NR%20Daily%20Monday%20through%20Friday%202021-05-21&utm_term=NRDaily-Smart.
 Isaack Schorr, “McAuliffe Tells Black Anchor That Bringing Up Critical Race Theory Is ‘Racist,’” National Review, October 8, 2021, https://www.nationalreview.com/news/mcauliffe-tells-black-anchor-that-bringing-up-critical-race-theory-is-racist/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=NR%20Daily%20Monday%20through%20Friday%202021-10-08&utm_term=NRDaily-Smart.
 Cassandra Fairbanks, “Minneapolis Democrat Official Says BLM Lighting Police Station on Fire Was ‘Pure Righteousness,’” The Gateway Pundit, August 11, 2021, https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/08/minneapolis-democrat-official-says-blm-lighting-police-station-fire-pure-righteousness/.
 Some reportedly deserve it, as is the case with a Democratic senator, Sheldon Whitehouse, who maintains links with an allegedly “whites only” beach club. See Sally Kent, “BLM Targets Dem Senator over Membership to Whites Only Beach Club,” TTN, July 29, 2021, https://trumptrainnews.com/2021/07/29/blm-targets-dem-senator-over-membership-to-whites-only-beach-club/; Nick Monroe, “BLM issues ultimatum to Senator Whitehouse over family ties to Baileys Beach Club,” The Postmillennial, July 29, 2021, https://thepostmillennial.com/blm-ultimatum-to-senator-whitehouse-over-baileys-beach-club.
 While not downplaying the threat of lone wolf racists and neo-Nazis, the White response has been mostly mute. The liberal media has scrambled to find something to latch on to. However, in the latest news, the best they could do is find a delivery driver who refuses to serve customers who have Biden-Harris and/or BLM signs in front of their residences. He either quit or was immediately fired after posting his threats to social media. This seems to be hardly newsworthy. See Grace Dean, “A FedEx driver said he wouldn’t deliver to homes with signs showing support for Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, or BLM,” Business Insider, September 27, 2021, https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/companies/a-fedex-driver-said-he-wouldn-t-deliver-to-homes-with-signs-showing-support-for-joe-biden-kamala-harris-or-blm/ar-AAOSp04?ocid=entnewsntp&pc=U531.
 “34% OF WHITE COLLEGE STUDENTS LIED ABOUT THEIR RACE TO IMPROVE CHANCES OF ADMISSION, FINANCIAL AID BENEFITS,” Intelligent, no date [October 2021], https://www.intelligent.com/34-of-white-college-students-lied-about-their-race-to-improve-chances-of-admission-financial-aid-benefits/; Matthew Williams, “REPORT: 34% of White Student Lied About Their Race to Improve Admissions Chances at Colleges,” AmericanActionNews.com, October 29, 2021, https://americanactionnews.com/politics/2021/10/29/report-34-of-white-student-lied-about-their-race-to-improve-admissions-chances-at-colleges/?wmg=1; Chris Menahan, “Survey: 77% Of White Students Who Claim ‘Minority’ Status Are Accepted Into College,” InformationLiberation, October 27, 2021, http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=62630.