The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture , a taxpayer-funded Federal institution which opened in September, 2016 and funded in part by million dollar gifts from Microsoft and Google, has published a document on their Web site, “Whiteness”, which contains the following infographic, which I have broken up into two parts to fit better here. Here is the first page, which continues after the break.
This is the most amazing, and dismaying, example of taxpayer-funded racism I’ve seen since the legendary 2006 Seattle Public Schools “Definitions of Racism” which was memory-holed, but which I was fortunate enough to save while it was still up and archive on my Fourmilab site.
Now, here’s the thing. These protesters, vandals, bien-pensant academics, celebrities, and their “terrified enablers” (as Victor Davis Hanson calls them) in corporations, government, and the media, are telling us we must “confront whiteness” and extirpate its toxic beliefs from the culture in order to establish a society which values diversity and equality. Well, if that’s the case, then I suppose it’s handy to have a checklist of just what “whiteness” amounts to.
Now imagine living in a society where all of these characteristics of “whiteness” have been dispensed with. What’s that going to look like?
If you are a U.S. taxpayer, you paid for this.
Just in case something should happen to this page on the museum’s site, I have archived it locally.