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Johns Hopkins Prof Claims Trump Won by Invoking History of White Supremacy

Johns Hopkins Prof Claims Trump Won by Invoking History of White Supremacy

“a response to the advancement of people of color”

This is the left’s new talking point. Anything liberals don’t like is white supremacy.

The College Fix reports:

Johns Hopkins prof: Trump won election by ‘invoking the history of white supremacy’

This past Tuesday Johns Hopkins philosophy professor Chris Lebron spoke about his new book, “The Making of Black Lives Matter: A Brief History of an Idea,” noting the work is a response to the election of Donald Trump as president.

Lebron argues Trump won the presidency last November by “re-invoking the history of white supremacy,” and the victory “was a response to the advancement of people of color, which made some white people uncomfortable.”

The phrase “Black Lives Matter” also led to (white) discomfort, so much so that the alternative “All Lives Matter” was created as a counter.

“What Black Lives Matter ended up doing was to get three words in front of the American public to make a statement: that for centuries black lives have been disposable,” Lebron said according to The Johns Hopkins News-Letter.

“What this movement seems to revolve around is the horror of it all […] Think about Michael Brown rotting in the street. Eric Garner saying he can’t breathe. Black Lives Matter, as a leaderless movement, is in danger of not having a message that everybody can understand at the same time.”


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If black lives matter is so uncomfortable for white people and that’s racism (acc. to people like this), then why is all lives matter so uncomfortable for black people and that’s equality/justice (again, acc. to them)?

Hmmm, which way to jump? With the white supremacists, or the black supremacists?

I suspect most whities have been hoping to just sit this one out. But the black supremacist organizations … the NAACP, the Congressional Black Caucus, the Black Panthers, the Nation of Islam, BLM … have me thinking that I may have to make a choice. And if I do, the choice will be easy.

I’m not convinced that it’s strategically wise for blacks to go this route.

I will take fake race narrative for 100 Alex .

Voice_of_Reason | November 13, 2017 at 8:26 pm


*proviso/terms and conditions: only if whitey is to blame. all the black suffering in Africa, Detroit, Baltimore, etc. caused by blacks does NOT count.

Voice_of_Reason | November 13, 2017 at 8:29 pm

Ya know, Prof. Chris Lebron has a point about for centuries “black lives being disposable”. Deriously, how else would you explain the fact that Africans not on,y did not mount rescue expeditions to recover their stolen brothers and sisters sold into slavery, they SOLD them into slavery.

Three points:

1) The image of Michael Brown rotting in the street is horrific (it was August in St Louis County after all). I’m sure Ferguson has decent trash disposal that could take care of this before it became a public health problem.

2) Black Lives Matter could have been a really valid organization if it had been dedicated to taking the steps necessary to lift blacks out of poverty, providing alternatives to the despair that leads to thuggery; instead it was made into a “black supremacy” movement equivalent to a reverse KKK.

3) Professor Chris Lebron should stick to philosophy, a discipline (??) that has been asking the same questions for at least three millennia and still has no actual answers. His comments show him eminently unqualified to address adult matters here in the real world.

Just another example of how a person can become highly educated and remain stupid.

“[F]or centuries black lives have been disposable” because blacks have a penchant for disposing of the lives of their fellow blacks. This is not only true in America, but throughout most of the black sub-Saharan homeland. It’s as if violence is programmed into sub-Saharan DNA.