DYSPEPSIA GENERATION

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Appropriate That Which Is Appropriate

12th August 2017

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It’s important to understand we’re in the appropriation phase of “civil rights”, a period of wealth confiscation and privilege transfer from white to non-white. From culture to commerce new terms and limits are being rationalized as necessary racial justice as professions, cultural domains and even physical spaces are carved out from which whites are to be excluded. The language is all theory and romance (and sinister; at some point black “scholars” started talking about the white “role”in the New America to come) but the result is very much material and economic.

The initial fervor that greeted Obama’s rise was based for many whites on the notion it would solve America’s race problem, reassuring black Americans finally of our sincerity and inspiring them to do better. It’s as if the average liberal really understands it isn’t white racism holding people back; he just thinks black people don’t know it yet. Once they do, things will sort out. Eight years after Obama black people show less signs of catching on. The myth of white racism is more jealously held than ever.

Their position as a group will not be improved through thrift and industry–even if mere discipline and effort were all it took to equalize us economically and every which way, in so succeeding it would remove the source of black America’s unique power and position: their suffering.

But they can’t compete with whites at being white and most importantly they don’t want to. What they want is to be themselves, to assert themselves, to mold their world–just like anyone else–to make it more amenable and less alien. You can’t blame them.

Authenticity–the authenticity Obama lacks, can never attain, is more important than any quality of life metric. To the extent to which the average person feels alienated from his culture–and who doesn’t now?–might be directly proportional to the degree to which that culture has been absorbed by other cultures. Consider the degree to which black culture has molded American culture.

Black America’s position as a group is improved through political power–they’ve already managed to carve out an out-sized degree of autonomy and influence purely through political action and demagogy. That demagogy–BLM and the rest of what passes for black civil rights–complements perfectly the pre-existing violence and mayhem that produce its martyrs.

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