OP-ED by CNN Claims Americans of Color Will Help White Supremacy ‘Adapt’

This Saturday’s OP-ED published by CNN warns that America will become even more diverse, when the black and brown Americans start embracing the ideas of “white supremacy”, thus, helping it to “adapt.”

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“It will still be White supremacy, with a tan.”

According to the Breitbart report on the CNN story,

“The op-ed, by CNN producer John Blake, argues that while he feels a “yearning embedded in my DNA that a demographic tide will overtake White supremacy,” the danger is that “White supremacy adapts … it expands to accommodate new members, if they have the right look.” The idea of a racial hierarchy, which Blake traces to slavery, still persists, and he cites tendencies among Latin American communities to prefer “white” appearance even in the presence of racial diversity.

He writes: “What’s happened in some Latin American countries can easily happen in the United States. There will be cosmetic changes in our racial makeup — more Black, brown, and multiracial people. But the dominant group will remain White people, however, they may be defined by 2045. He says that the perception that the U.S. has overcome racism will make it harder to fight racism: “You can no longer fight racism if everyone believes their country has moved past race.”
Blake arrives at a familiar solution — one shared by Critical Race Theory pioneer Derrick Bell: namely, that redistribution of resources is the answer: “It would involve a more equitable sharing of power and resources — not out of White guilt or compulsion but out of the knowledge that ‘We all do better when we all do better.’”

Blake also suggests discarding the idea of race itself, but does not explain how that would help maintain a consciousness that racism still needs to be dismantled.”

Here’s the link to the full article, originally written by John Blake.


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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