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    Gender activists want scientists to stop categorising ancient human remains as either male or female – because they cannot be sure how the deceased identified themselves when they were alive. Woke warriors have also insisted that archaeologists no longer categorise the race of remains as this ‘contributes to white supremacy’. Critics said last night that such demands would lead to a rewriting of history and imposing current ideology ‘where it doesn’t belong’. Traditionally, when human remains are excavated, archaeologists determine traits such as age, gender and race using proven scientific methods such as bone structure and DNA analysis. (File Photo) Woke campaigners argued human remains found by archaeologists should not be given a gender because it could not be known how the person identified in life  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next How... unenlightened? Now academics put trigger warnings on... Minneapolis theater CANCELS 1,500-ticket Dave Chappelle show... Share this article Share This allows anthropologists and historians to learn more about the person and expand academic research.  However, ancient skeletons are increasingly being labelled...
    DNC chair Jaime Harrison joined SiriusXM radio host Dean Obeidallah this week in saying that GOP is a fascist party which refuses to condemn white supremacy. In the wake of the racist mass shooting in Buffalo last week, the two discussed the idea of extremism within the GOP. Obeidallah said that, although ex-president Donald Trump has “demanded” in the past that media use the words “radical Islamic terrorism” because you have to say it to solve it, Trump’s party refuses to call white supremacist terror what it is. “They don’t want to offend their base,” said Obeidallah. He called out Republicans Marjorie Taylor Greene, Paul Gosar, and Scott Perry specifically for agreeing “deep down” with white supremacist beliefs. Harrison said that this goes back to what he’s been saying, which is that the Republican party is “built on fear” and “touches on fascism.” DEAN OBEIDALLAH: Donald Trump demanded we say radical Islamic terrorism. He said, if you don’t say it, you can’t solve it. Well, this is called White Supremacist terrorism. It’s that simple. And they won’t say...
    The Rev. Stephen “Cue” Jn-Marie could feel the heaviness of his stress like water in his chest. The leader of the Church Without Walls in skid row had tried to stay strong in the days since hearing the news that a self-described white supremacist killed 10 people and wounded three others at a Buffalo, N.Y., grocery store mostly patronized by Black people. But as Jn-Marie continued working and providing words of comfort to others concerned about the shooting and intensified racist violence that Black people and communities of color are facing, the stress and trauma was too much to bear. “It finally hit me like a ton of bricks,” Jn-Marie said. He found himself taking more naps to rest, working out to clear his mind and praying. He has actively blocked commenters on his Instagram page who try to argue that the shooting was not about race. He even posted on his Facebook page asking for people to pray for him, something he said he rarely does. But taking care of himself this week became even more important as he...
    Kira Davis is host of the podcast 'Just Listen to Yourself with Kira Davis'  The secret is out. Black Lives Matter is a fraud and any corporation who has thrown in with them should immediately rescind their associations and possibly even their donations. Even the liberal media cannot spin the latest damning report of financial misdeeds by Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLMGNF) after it was revealed that the charity quietly purchased a $6 million mansion in southern California. 'For years, people marched, got tear-gassed, donated and literally put their lives on the line in the hopes of Black emancipation — not a Black influencer McMansion,' wrote columnist Karen Attiah in the Washington Post. The jig is up – right? You'd think that corporate America would be just as outraged as the rest of us that millions of dollars donated to help improve the lives of black Americans may have gone unused, wasted, or misappropriated. But apparently, they're not. And it's fair to ask: Why not? For years, we've heard complaints from community satellite BLM organizations that they hadn't...
    Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists told students that they live in a “misogynistic, masculine society” that claims “women should stay at home” to cook and clean and that as black women, they are “overlooked a lot” and encounter people who want to harm them because of who they are, according to a video obtained and reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation. Four female activists with Indy10 Black Lives Matter gave a talk to over 150 participants during the spring of 2020, where they told students that black people often don’t have the same opportunities as their white counterparts, according to a video of the lecture. “I’ve really had to learn to retain my anger,” Derray said. “You know, when you really start to learn about white supremacy and capitalism and how it really harms black and brown people.” Black Lives Matter (BLM) activists told students that they live in a “misogynistic, masculine society” that claims “women should stay at home” to cook and clean and that as black women, they are “overlooked a lot” and encounter...
    Rogan's comments come after sports writer Jemele Hill oddly appeared to blame white supremacy for Sears' win. In response to Sears' win, Hill, a former ESPN broadcaster, tweeted, "It's not the messaging, folks, this country simply loves white supremacy." Hill wasn't the only one: Liberal commentator Michael Eric Dyson told MSNBC's Joy Reid that Sears' was nothing more than a "black mouth" for "white supremacist practices." Of Sears' election, Dyson told Reid, "You are doing what all political figures what must do: make choices. The problem is here they want white supremacy by ventriloquist effect. There is a black mouth moving but a white idea ... running on the runway of the tongue of a figure who justifies and legitimates the white supremacist practices. We know that we can internalize in our own minds, in our own subconscious, in our own bodies the very principles that are undoing us. So to have a black face speaking in behalf of a white supremacist legacy is nothing new."
    Podcaster Joe Rogan slammed critics who call Black Republicans white supremacists in the aftermath of the election last week of Virginia’s first female Black lieutenant governor Winsome Sears. “You can’t be gay and be in ISIS, you know?” said Rogan on his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience on Monday. “That’s like being a Black White Supremacist, but actually, that’s possible now. They’re saying that. Anytime a Black person says anything that doesn’t go with the Democratic Party narrative. They said that person’s carrying water for white supremacists.” “They’re out of their f*cking mind,” continued Rogan, before going on to discuss Sears, who was also elected the first female Virginia lieutenant governor. “That lady that was the new lieutenant governor of Virginia that is a Black woman … she’s sponsored by the NRA. I don’t know what all of her accolades are, but she’s an incredibly articulate lady, powerful woman. They’re saying that her coming the lieutenant governor is a victory for white supremacy. I read that.” Rogan also remarked that the “white supremacy” label is “like a stamp they like...
    Google has launched 'racial equity training' for its employees, with one session  asserting that America is based on a 'system of white supremacy' where babies learn to be racist at three months old.   Whistleblower documents from the trainings obtained by City Journal reporter Christopher Rufo were published Wednesday, with the sessions seemingly based on the core principles of Critical Race Theory.  Several of the trainings feature CRT buzzwords and phrases such as 'intersectionality,' 'white privilege,' and 'systemic racism'.  The training features a number of videos from guest lecturers, including Ibram X. Kendi, who penned the controversial bestseller How To Be An Antiracist .  In his training clip, Kendi states: 'To be raised in the United States, is to be raised to be racist, and to be raised to be racist is to be raised to almost be addicted to racist ideas.'  He adds: 'The youngest of people are not colorblind - between three and six months, our toddlers are beginning to understand race and see race.' It's unclear whether the trainings are mandatory for all staff. DailyMail.com has reached out to Google...
    The conventional wisdom in Washington already appears to be that the president made a huge mistake by failing to evacuate Americans and Afghans before that government's collapse and the Taliban took over. I suppose that's the result of a video from Kabul in which desperate people are witnessed doing desperate things, like clinging to the side of a US aircraft as it's taking off before falling to their deaths. Even so, I don't think we should concede the point that Joe Biden failed. I'm partial to his explanation. During a speech defending the decision to pull out, the president said there were two reasons the US did not evacuate sooner and faster. One was that the Afghans who are now desperate to leave, now that the Taliban has taken over, still had hope in their country's democratic future post-occupation. They wanted to stay. The other seems more plausible. Biden said that "the Afghan government and its supporters discouraged us from organizing a mass exodus to avoid 'triggering,' as they said, 'a crisis of confidence.'" I'm partial to that explanation...
    A Virginia school board member warned graduating high school students that they were readying to enter a capitalist world with racism, white supremacy, and "extreme versions of individualism." "Our world is overwhelmed with need. We struggle with human greed, racism, extreme versions of individualism and capitalism, white supremacy, growing wealth gaps, disease, climate crisis, extreme poverty amidst luxury and waste right next door. And the list goes on," Fairfax County School Board member Abrar Omeish told the graduating class of mostly minority students. Omeish, who is the only Muslim member of the school board, gave the keynote address at the graduation for students at Justice High School in Falls Church. She was introduced by a member of the student council, who noted that she had previously campaigned for Sen. Bernie Sanders’s bid for president and is the daughter of Esam Omeish, a "leader and board member of the Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center," a mosque attended by two 9/11 hijackers and the 2009 Fort Hood shooter. HERE'S WHERE CRITICAL RACE THEORY STANDS IN CLASSROOMS AND TRAINING ACROSS THE COUNTRY Omeish began...
    China’s state-run Global Times on Wednesday heaped disdain on U.S. President Joe Biden’s speech on the Tulsa Race Massacre, sneering that “white supremacy” is “carved in [America’s] genes” and has produced everything from “race massacres in the colonial era” to U.S. “geopolitical tactics in modern times.” The editorial was solidly in sync with China’s new, and thus far successful, tactic of using the rhetoric of Biden’s Democrat Party against him on the world stage, citing the American Left’s unending critique of its own country to argue that America lacks the moral stature to complain about China’s human rights offenses. Along those lines, the Global Times ran with Biden’s comments that the hundred-year-old Tulsa Race Massacre was among “the worst in history, but not the only one” to harp on the “racial inequality that grips U.S. society.”  Unlike Democrat media organizations in the United States, the Global Times gave Biden no credit for discussing racial issues. On the contrary, the Communist paper claimed Biden was simply trying to distract from America’s moral inferiority to magnificent egalitarian countries like China: However loudly...
    Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) took to Twitter Friday to blast the newly formed America First Caucus, dubbing them “the white supremacy caucus.” The right-wing America First Caucus is organizing around “common respect for uniquely Anglo-Saxon political traditions.” They claim they are carrying out the legacy of former President Donald Trump. The group received indirect criticism from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) for “nativist dog whistles.” Kinzinger torched the group on Twitter saying he was “completely disgusted” and called for GOP members that join it to be stripped of their committees. Just when I was hoping to take a long weekend away from crazy I see this. Completely disgusted. https://t.co/ULEF5MRyWf — Adam Kinzinger (@AdamKinzinger) April 16, 2021 I believe anyone that joins this caucus should have their committees stripped, and the Republican conference should expel them from conference participation. While we can’t prevent someone from calling themselves Republican, we can loudly say they don’t belong to us. https://t.co/ULEF5MRyWf — Adam Kinzinger (@AdamKinzinger) April 16, 2021 The group, reportedly formed by conspiracy theorist Rep. Marjorie...
    The Oregon Department of Education is seeking to root out white supremacy in mathematics, manifested by emphasis on “getting the right answer” and making students “show their work.” As reported Monday by the attentive folks at the College Fix, Oregon’s progressive Department of Education has  furnished educators with an 82-page training manual titled “A Pathway to Equitable Math Instruction: Dismantling Racism in Mathematics Instruction.” The education department mailed the manual to teachers as part of Black History Month. The manual enumerates signs of “white supremacy culture in the mathematics classroom,” which include a focus on “getting the right answer,” an emphasis on “real-world math,” teaching math in a “linear fashion,” students being required to “show their work,” and grading students based on their demonstrated knowledge of the material. “In order to embody antiracist math education, teachers must engage in critical praxis that interrogates the ways in which they perpetuate white supremacy culture in their own classrooms, and develop a plan toward antiracist math education to address issues of equity for Black, Latinx, and multilingual students,” the manual declares. The unavoidably...
    The San Francisco Unified School District’s art department moved to eliminate acronyms from its name, saying that the abbreviations are tied to “white supremacy culture." "We are prioritizing antiracist arts instruction in our work,” said Director of the Arts Department Sam Bass while announcing that the acronym “VAPA,” which stands for visual and performing arts, would be changed to the SFUSD Arts Department. "It is a very simple step we can take to just be referred to as the SFUSD Arts Department for families to better understand who we are," Bass said. The move comes after the San Francisco school board recently made the controversial decision to rename 44 of the district’s schools, claiming the people they were named after had ties to racism or slavery. Bass based his decision on a 1999 paper, “White Supremacy Culture,” which argued that “our culture perpetuates racism when things continue to be written down in a certain way." "The use of so many acronyms within the educational field often tends to alienate those who may not speak English to understand the acronym," Bass...
    Jordan Peterson's daughter has said crying staff at Penguin Random House Canada should be fired after their bid to block the conservative psychologist's new book.  Quoting a Vice article on the subject of her father's work, Mikhaila Peterson tweeted Tuesday: 'How to improve business in 2 steps: Step 1: identify crying adults Step 2: fire.'  Junior staff at the publishing house on Monday tried to block the publication of Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life, calling author Jordan Peterson an 'icon of white supremacy and hate speech'. Four employees told Vice that the company held a town hall about it. They did not want to be named for fear of losing their jobs, they said.  In a follow up tweet Mikhaila shared a link to Amazon, writing: 'Book for sale here.' Jordan Peterson is well-known for his 'grow up' approach to adulthood and his 2018 book, 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos, is an international bestseller, having sold more than 5million copies around the world.  He's been hailed by the right for his fearless refusal to bow down to political correctness...
    A music theory professor argued In an article published Saturday that referring to famous composers by only their last names is a form of white supremacy that needs to be remedied. Chris White, who teachers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, suggested that well-known composers like Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven, ought to be referred to by their full names so as to put them on an equal footing with lesser-known composers. Writing in Slate, White noted how many people do not notice when “’traditional’ white male composers are introduced with only surnames,” while “everyone else” – i.e., “women and composers of color” – are referred to by their full name. White pointed to a review of a recent Louisville Orchestra performance. The article praised the ensemble’s performance of a “Beethoven” composition, as well as a piece dedicated to Breonna Taylor, written by “Davóne Tines” and “Igee Dieudonné.” Such two-tiered nomenclature, White argued, is indicative of “centuries of systematic prejudice, exclusion, sexism, and racism” within music. “It’s time we paid attention to the inequity inherent in how we talk...
    A music theory professor argued In an article published Saturday that referring to famous composers by only their last names is a form of White supremacy that needs to be remedied. Chris White, who teachers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, suggested that well-known composers like Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven, ought to be referred to by their full names so as to put them on an equal footing with lesser-known composers. A violin placed over a piece of sheet music.  (anyquestions.govt.nz) Writing in Slate, White noted how many people do not notice when “’traditional’ White male composers are introduced with only surnames,” while “everyone else” – i.e., “women and composers of color” – are referred to by their full name. White pointed to a review of a recent Louisville Orchestra performance. The article praised the ensemble’s performance of a “Beethoven” composition, as well as a piece dedicated to Breonna Taylor, written by “Davóne Tines” and “Igee Dieudonné.” Such two-tiered nomenclature, White argued, is indicative of “centuries of systematic prejudice, exclusion, sexism, and racism” within music.    VMI SUPERINTENDENT RESIGNS AFTER NORTHAM ORDERS...
    Comedian D.L. Hughley slammed Kanye West during a Friday appearance on “The View,” saying that the entertainer-turned-presidential candidate was just like President Donald Trump. Hughley joined the ABC talk show to talk about his new book, “Surrender White People: Our Unconditional Terms For Peace” — and in the book, he referred to West as an “honorary white guy.” WATCH: Joy Behar brought the conversation around to West. “Due to his actions, you say he’s an honorary white guy now,” Behar said. “That’s a strong statement. You couldn’t have known — you couldn’t have known that close to press time he would announce his run for president. Which we’re not sure if he’s in or out at this point. What do you say about that? Could you envision a Kanye presidency? Oh my God.” (RELATED: ‘Have We Made America Great Yet?’: Joy Behar Bashes Trump Over Goya Photo Op) Hughley responded by saying that he didn’t see much of a difference between West and Trump. “They’re the same type of man,” Hughley explained. “They both are amoral. They both are...
    The Democrat Party began attacking Mount Rushmore on Monday night from their official Twitter account and referred to upcoming Independence Day celebrations at the famed monument as “glorifying white supremacy.” “Trump has disrespected Native communities time and again,” the Democrats wrote. “He’s attempted to limit their voting rights and blocked critical pandemic relief. Now he’s holding a rally glorifying white supremacy at Mount Rushmore – a region once sacred to tribal communities.” The Democrat Party linked to an article from the far-left British newspaper The Guardian, which promoted the extreme view that Mount Rushmore is a “symbol of white supremacy.” The tweet sparked instant and widespread backlash, and was quickly deleted by the party after only being up for approximately an hour. The Democrats think Mt Rushmore is a display of white supremacy. There’s no saving this country if Biden gets elected. (They deleted their tweet.) pic.twitter.com/hm6r11IjRR — (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) June 30, 2020 The Daily Wire, headed by bestselling author and popular podcast host Ben Shapiro, is a leading provider of conservative news,...
    When President Donald Trump first began talking about ending “chain migration” in 2017, media outlets pointed out that his own parents-in-law had likely obtained lawful permanent residency through their daughter Melania—a naturalized U.S. citizen. At the same time that Trump was ranting on Twitter, “CHAIN MIGRATION must end now! Some people come in, and they bring their whole family with them, who can be truly evil. NOT ACCEPTABLE!” his wife’s parents were in the process of becoming U.S. citizens after five years as so-called “green card” holders. When the coronavirus pandemic was declared, Trump saw his chance to attack immigration policies that reunite families, and in April 2020 he announced a 60-day ban on green cards that impacted people like his parents-in-law were when they lived in their home country of Slovenia. At the time he announced the ban, I was in the process of applying for my own elderly parents to obtain lawful permanent residency in the United States, just as Melania Trump must have done only a few years ago. Under existing immigration law, U.S. citizens have been able to sponsor their spouses,...
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