Reverse Racism

Thursday, April 29, 2021

For months, protests and riots have taken place across the nation. Time and again, these rioting marxists have burned our cities, looted and destroyed businesses and companies. Ironically, they have screamed for "justice" while unjustly burning and looting black-owned businesses, small businesses and shops. All I can say is, Dr. King would be appalled. 

But alongside this injustice of gargantuan proportions, comes a similarly terrible but much quieter injustice: reverse racism against white folks. The institution of Critical Race Theory in schools across the nations, "racial sensitivity training" and seminars hosted by sanctimonious white women pretending to know exactly how African-Americans feel while lecturing us on race have been central in this quiet revolution.  Slowly but surely, systemic racism is, in fact, becoming prevalent.

If one buys in to this CRT garbage, this individual believes:

1. All whites are inherently racist and closeted bigots

2. Whites are stupid

3.Whites are horrible white supremacists at heart, even if they don't know it

4. If you are a straight white male, your opinion is irrelevant in any political conversation.

Folks, this stuff is not only being implemented under the guise of "equality and fairness" in workplaces and institutions, it is being taught in our schools. Third graders are going to learn that America is a terrible racist place that only accepts white folks. 

Think of it, folks, an entire generation of kids are going to come out of our schools believing that their white peers and classmates are terrible people who hate them and are all cosseted members of the KKK. 

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said in his historic I Have a Dream speech “I have a dream that one day my two 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.” 

This is my dream as well. In God’s sight, we are all equal. I hope and pray that we will come to our senses to realize this indoctrination in our schools. My suggestion is to teach both sides and draw your own conclusions. 

This isn’t racial justice, this is racial plunder.

William Reynolds


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