In a shocking turn of events, the New York Times wrote a piece about how society would be better off if we stopped focusing on skin color and concentrated on what unites and makes us all human beings.
That would be shocking though, right?
Nah, they released more hot garbage that dumps gasoline on a divided and angry country because that’s all they know.
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) June 25, 2018
From The New York Times:
White people have been the majority of people considered United States citizens since this country was founded, but that period is rapidly drawing to a close.
White America is growing older, there are fewer white women of childbearing age, and the white fertility rate is lower than that of Hispanics and blacks.
All manner of current policy grows out of this panic over the loss of privilege and power: immigration policy, voter suppression, Trump economic isolationist impulses, his contempt for people from Haiti and Africa, the Muslim ban, his rage over Black Lives Matter and social justice protests. Everything.
These immigration policies are for people who conflated America with whiteness, and therefore a loss of white primacy becomes a loss of American identity.
NYT, so predictable. *eye roll*
First of all, one can't get past your first sentence without realizing you are ill-informed. If you are going to lead off with disinformation, where can you go from there?
— PattiO (@soylentbeige) June 25, 2018
It’s the NYT. We expect so little from them at this point we weren’t in the least bit surprised this entire piece was nonsensical.
Funny when I see a race baiting line trending, I don't even have to click on it anymore to know that it is from the @nytimes
— jessnmattmakes5 (@jessnmattmakes5) June 25, 2018
They really are so predictable.
What an extremely ignorant opinion.
— Mr. Bat-man ?? (@KnightWing19) June 25, 2018
When you’ve ticked off Batman?
I’m glad @nytimes is broke because it’d be a crime if anyone was paying for this garbage analysis.
— dansobidey (@sobidey) June 25, 2018
The article seemed to largely be a misrepresentation of what was said. I'm not saying White Extinction Anxiety isn't real at all, but it's a reach from here.
— Balaskan Listens ??? (@aliciaroy605) June 25, 2018
I read this piece. It is despicable. Charles, all you wrote was about Pat Buchanan and compared him without any substance to all whites, and Trump voters. You mass characterized tens of millions w/ Pew Research in the essence of sensationalizing a sensitive issue. Shameful move.
— Phil. Your. Day (@Phil_Your_Day) June 25, 2018
In other words, a perfect piece for the New York Times.