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By Paul Joseph Watson

A school textbook teaches students that “there is no such thing as reverse racism” and that women can never be as sexist as men.

The passage, which appears to be taken from a “multicultural education series” book entitled Is Everyone Equal, states, “STOP: There is no such thing as reverse racism or reverse sexism (or the reverse of any form of oppression). While women can be just as prejudiced as men, women cannot be “just as sexist as men” because they do not hold political, economic and institutional power.”

In a sense, the text is correct, there is no such thing as reverse racism. Racism is racism, whether the target is white, black or brown.

However, that’s not the message being communicated. The book is teaching students that only white people can be racist and that only men can be sexist because….patriarchy!

Twitter users reacted to the controversy;

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This warped argument is also one repeatedly made by prominent social justice talking heads such as MSNBC’s Michael Eric Dyson, who once argued that it is impossible for black people to be racist.

Dyson disproved his own claim in July 2013 when he said during a discussion on the George Zimmerman trial that Americans would not understand racism until white kids were being killed in the same numbers as blacks.

“White Americans and others will feel that this was a justifiable verdict, this is how things happen. Not until, and unless, the number of white kids die that approximate the numbers of black and other kids who die, will America see,” said Dyson, failing to mention that 94 per cent of all black murder victims in the United States are killed by other black people.

Meanwhile, homeschooling in the United States is more popular than ever before and with kids being taught this kind of nonsense in schools, is it really any surprise?

Farage: The ‘Dramatic Failure’ Of Multiculturalism Drives Radical Islam

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Associate Editor

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Why are thousands of European Muslims flocking to radical Islam? According to UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage, “state sponsored multiculturalism” deserves much of the blame for why extremism has found a home in Europe.

“We [the U.K.] have pursued a policy for nearly four decades now of multiculturalism,” Farage told The Daily Caller Thursday. “We have encouraged division. Rather than having different communities coming together, under one law, we have encouraged division.”

“That policy I think has been a dramatic failure,” the Member of European Parliament (MEP) added.

Farage, one of the featured speakers at the Conservative Political Action Conference this week, pointed out that multiculturalism is not only encouraging the growth of Islamic extremism, it’s also “turning a blind eye” towards certain communities enforcing Sharia law and horrific crimes like the Rotherham sex scandal.

That scandal involved five Pakistani men running a “grooming” ring that forced girls as young as 12 into sex slavery. Despite the men victimizing nearly 1,500 girls and social workers continually alerting authorities to the problem over several years, local officials in Rotherham decided to not take action — all because they didn’t want to look “racist.”
“It appears that right through Rotherham at every level of authority the idea was that if you were to pursue these people you might be called racist and that’s terrible. So better not be called racist and allow this wholesale abuse to continue. That was just wrong. In fact, it’s actually one of the most appalling things I’ve seen in my lifetime in Britain,” Farage explained.

But the rising political star is hopeful that more people in his country are becoming aware of the problem, but it’s now the government’s job to do its part to stop the radicalization within its borders.

“I still don’t feel our government is being strong enough in defending our Judeo-Christian principles, and that’s what we have to do,” Farage declared. “We must assert who we are. What our culture is. What our beliefs are.”

“We have to arm out intelligent services to a level where we hope they can stop homegrown terror,” he continued. “And… we have to stop preachers of hate coming into Britain — funded by certain Middle Eastern countries — spreading a doctrine that if you or I were to spread we’d find ourselves locked up pretty quickly.”

According to Farage, British politics is witnessing a massive change in elections due to many voters no longer casting their ballots based purely on economic concerns.

“This is the first time since 1945 where the economy alone will not determine who wins the general election. There are deeper concerns about communities, about culture, about a massive change that is being seen not just in the big cities, but that is spread out through the market towns and villages across a very, very substantial part of our country and people are saying, ‘We’re worse off financially than we were 10 years ago,’” he stated.

In the UKIP chairman’s opinion, many Britons feel like they’re losing their country.

“We walk into our town center on a Saturday night and we don’t hear English being spoken,” Farage told TheDC. “Why is this happening? I think what I’ve been saying for many, many years that open doors, unrestricted immigration to the whole of southern and eastern Europe would lead to a massive flow of people. We just had the U.K. immigration figures out today showing the highest figure ever. So a lot of people are feeling that we need to get a grip and take control and that matters more directly than what is in their pocket.”

But those in charge of the European Union have a different idea, Farage told TheDC.

“They [EU leaders] think they’re creating a new state. They have a flag, an anthem, a president. They believe that the free movement of peoples is in the central part of that. They believe we’re all Europeans now. Well, I’m afraid you’ve only got to look at the difference between Greece and Germany or Romania and the UK to realize that Europe is made up of very, very different nations. And the attempt to force us all into one, without our consent ever have been given, is actually breeding politically extremism and bad blood,” Farage said.

The MEP’s solution to immigration is for the U.K. to “take back control of its borders from Brussels and we can put in place an Australia-style point system, where we choose the numbers that come and the type of people who come to our country.”

He also has a message for American conservatives and the Republican Party.

“Listen guys, I come from a country where we speak English, where we have a first-pass electoral system, where two parties have dominated parties have dominated politics for hundreds of years and look how that’s changed over the past few years. Don’t think politics are set in stone. Don’t think politics can’t change,” Farage said.

“But if you really want the Republican Party to win the next presidential election, you have to start reaching out to the type of voters who are voting for us back in the UK. The aspirational blue-collar voters. In the old days, they were called the Reagan Democrats, where are they now?”



Louis Farrakhan, the “Nation of Islam leader” went on a RACIST tirade about the former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s criticism of Obama’s patriotism, saying in his Sunday ‘sermon’ that Giuliani was a “privileged cracker” and a “devil.”

“Giuliani says Obama does not love America,” Farrakhan said, “And instead of apologizing he doubled down and said, “I’m not taking this back. He didn’t grow up like we grew up.”

The racist continued- “How did you grow up, Giuliani? A privileged cracker?”After a huge applause from his racist followers he added: “Or I should say, a privileged devil!”

Then Farrakhan attacked ALL Americans of European ancestry saying, “You grew up on the sweat and the blood of black men and women who made America before your fathers got here! All of you Europeans, you recent immigrants that have found a home in America, and you are so happy. But you be walking on our blood. Our blood soaks the soil of America!”

This racist pile of crap needs to shut the hell up. What in the hell does he know about AMERICAN PATRIOTISM? The dude HATES America. He HATES WHITE PEOPLE! He is a useless, racist insignificant BLACK POWER advocate and he can kiss my WHITE ass. BLACKS BUILT AMERICA? Dude you are so fricking out of your mind it’s absurd…

VIDEO: Ann Coulter — Giuliani was right & we’ll stop calling Obama unpatriotic after they stop calling us racist

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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and the Republican Party have nothing to apologize for when it comes to the controversy generated by Giuliani’s statement last week that President Obama doesn’t love America. And Republicans are making the wrong argument in response to the media flap, conservative columnist Ann Coulter argued on “Fox & Friends” won’t believe her sassy responses!

Giuliani’s critics “keep saying ‘how can you see into [Obama’s] heart?’” Coulter told the gang at “Fox & Friends Weekend.” “Gosh, they sure call us racist a lot! Can they see into our hearts?”
She wondered how they could make an assessment like that about the GOP. “Because we want to cut taxes?” she asked.

Then she listed reasons one can conclude Obama lacks a love of country, including his rejection of American exceptionalism and his attorney general’s reference to America as “a nation of cowards.”

Co-host Tucker Carlson asked whether Giuliani’s remarks, even if true, were politically wise. Coulter rejected that notion.

“I don’t think they like having it pointed out that they don’t seem to really like America,” she said. “So why shouldn’t we point it out?”

She later succinctly summed her feelings up.

“Truth is its own reward.”

Exactly. No more double standard for the liberal media. The finger pointing and pointless name calling needs to end. The real haters of America are those that just want to scream and fight, instead of using that energy to work on problem solving. Get a life, liberals.

25 Quotes That Prove Liberals Don’t Love America

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Rudy Giuliani has been attacked by the Left for correctly saying, “I do not believe that the president loves America.” Giuliani wasn’t wrong about that and he could have just as easily said, “Liberals don’t love America.” Sure, there are a few exceptions, but they just prove the rule. Most liberals detest America, want to fundamentally change it and are disgusted by people who really love the country. Don’t believe it? Then just look at all these quotes from unpatriotic liberals and maybe you’ll change your mind.

1) While the rest of the country waves the flag of Americana, we understand we are not part of that. We don’t owe America anything – America owes us. — Al Sharpton at the “State of the Black World Conference” in Atlanta

2) We understand that Nixon’s aggression against Vietnam is a racist aggression, that the American war in Vietnam is a racist war, a white man’s war…We deplore that you are being used as cannon fodder for U.S. imperialism. We’ve seen photographs of American bombs and antipersonnel weapons being dropped, wantonly, accidentally perhaps, on your heads, on the heads of your comrades. – Jane Fonda in a propaganda message to South Vietnamese soldiers

3) As to those in the World Trade Center…Let’s get a grip here, shall we? True enough, they were civilians of a sort. But innocent? Gimme a break. …If there was a better, more effective, or in fact any other way of visiting some penalty befitting their participation upon the little Eichmanns inhabiting the sterile sanctuary of the twin towers, I’d really be interested in hearing about it. – Ward Churchill

4) The government gives them the drugs, builds bigger prisons, passes a three-strike law and then wants us to sing “God Bless America.” No, no, no, God d*mn America, that’s in the Bible for killing innocent people. God d*mn America for treating our citizens as less than human. God d*mn America for as long as she acts like she is God and she is supreme. — Jeremiah Wright

5) Let’s get rid of all the economic (expletive) this country represents! Bring it on, I hope the Muslims win! — Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders

6) You know, the truth is that right after 9/11, I had a (flag) pin. Shortly after 9/11, particularly because as we’re talking about the Iraq war, that became a substitute for, I think, true patriotism, which is speaking out on issues that are of importance to our national security, I decided I won’t wear that pin on my chest… — Barack Obama

7) For the first time in my adult lifetime, I am really proud of my country. And not just because Barack has done well, but because I think people are hungry for change. — Michelle Obama

8) America has an almost obscene infatuation with itself. Has there ever been a big, powerful country that is as patriotic as America? And patriotic in the tinniest way, with so much flag waving? You’d really think we were some poor little republic, and that if one person lost his religion for one hour, the whole thing would crumble. America is the real religion in this country. — Norman Mailer

9) Of course, Mr. Hannity was outraged that any American would not cross her hand over her heart and repeat the hypocritical words, one nation. Whenever we come up on the Fourth of You Lie, I think of Frederick Douglas and his masterful oration, The meaning of the Fourth of July to the Negro. Pledge the flag? I think not! — Julianne Malveaux

10) Barack Obama is the president of the United States of America. More specifically, Barack Obama is the president of a congenitally racist country, erected upon the plunder of life, liberty, labor, and land. This plunder has not been exclusive to black people. — Ta-Nehisi Coates

11) As you probably know, some American politicians and American journalists refer to Washington, DC as the “capital of the free world.” But it seems to me that this great city (Brussels), which boasts 1,000 years of history and which serves as the capital of Belgium, the home of the European Union, and the headquarters for NATO, this city has its own legitimate claim to that title. – Joe Biden

12) The Pentagon as a legitimate target? I actually don’t have an opinion on that and it’s important I not have an opinion on that as I sit here in my capacity right now. – David Westin, ABC News President

13) In practice, US officials seem to know better than to indulge in the patriotic myth that our constitution is the greatest system of government ever devised. – Matthew Yglesias

14) Mitt Romney’s rally in Mansfield, Ohio, on Monday began the way every political event begins. ‘Please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance and our country’s national anthem.’ This is always an uncomfortable moment for me. While I sat at my laptop, most of the reporters around me stood and put their hands over their hearts. This time instead of just sitting and working, I tweeted what I was feeling: ‘@Ari_Shapiro: As a reporter I’m torn about joining in the pledge of allegiance/national anthem at rallies. I’m a rally observer, not a participant.’ — Ari Shapiro

15) My fight against terrorism, to me, the biggest terrorist is Obama in the United States of America. I’m trying to fight the terrorism that’s actually causing the other forms of terrorism. You know, the root cause of terrorism is the stuff the U.S. government allows to happen. The foreign policies that we have in place in different countries that inspire people to become terrorists. — Lupe Fiasco

16) I get always a little uptight when I hear politicians say how exceptional (America is). — John Kerry

17) Obama’s not embarrassing. The country is embarrassing. — Hollywood producer and Obama donor Harvey Weinstein

18) America has been killing people on this continent since it was started. This country is not worth dying for… — Cindy Sheehan

19) The entire country may disagree with me, but I don’t understand the necessity for patriotism. Why do you have to be a patriot? About what? This land is our land? Why? You can like where you live and like your life, but as for loving the whole country? I don’t see why people care about patriotism. — Natalie Maines

20) It’s official: The U.S. is the world’s leading terrorist state, and proud of it. – Noam Chomsky

21) The US is indeed a terrorist nation. …It’s also the greatest purveyor of violence on earth over the past half century, and the foremost threat to world peace today. – Bill Ayers

22) A friend of ours said if the same laws were applied to U.S. Presidents as were applied to the Nazis after WWII, that every single one of them, every last rich white one of them, from Truman on would be hung to death and shot. And this current administration is no exception. They should be hung and tried and shot as war criminals. — Zack de la Rocha, Rage Against The Machine

23) The land on which they [the Founders] formed this Union was stolen. The hands with which they built this nation were enslaved. The women who birthed the citizens of the nation are second class….This is the imperfect fabric of our nation, at times we’ve torn and stained it, and at other moments, we mend and repair it. But it’s ours, all of it. The imperialism, the genocide, the slavery, also the liberation and the hope and the deeply American belief that our best days still lie ahead of us. — Melissa Harris-Perry

24) The enemy is inertia. There are a zillion reasons not to do anything; indeed, we Americans haven’t done anything — hell, we haven’t thought about doing anything — for generations. So, at risk of repeating myself, I must emphasize that our current crisis — economic and political collapse, a surging right poised to take over, with possible environmental apocalypse looming just around the corner — is not going to resolve itself in a way that we like if we sit on our asses. The current U.S. government must be prophylactically removed. Our economic and social structure must be radically reinvented. These things can only happen by using force. – Ted Rall

25) I hate to say it, but killing is our way. We began America with genocide, then built it with slaves. The shootings will continue. It’s who we are. — Michael Moore