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The Problem of Whiteness    

  By: Dr. Jake Jacobs
   Published : March 23, 2018

At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, associate professor Damon Sajnani teaches a course entitled "The Problem of Whiteness."

Across America there is a growing number of subversive leftist professors, who not only teach courses on the so-called "Problem of Whiteness,” but numerous other courses such as "White Racism," "White Privilege," and "Abolition of Whiteness." The problem with these contentious college courses is their roots are predicated upon Neo-Marxist critical theory. And in the words of former President Barack Obama, Jim Crow is “still part of our DNA that’s passed on.”

This thinking was prevalent on the 2016 presidential election night when ex-Communist Van Jones, of CNN News, declared that the election of Donald Trump was a "whitelash." PBS's Tavis Smiley publicly announced a few weeks prior to the election, that he feared America could enslave black people again.

These college courses perpetuate bogus ideas and concepts of collective guilt and privilege upon all individual white people, and they create a pernicious pigmentation politicking that for power. It divides, maligns, categorizes and hyphenates Americans based on melanin. This is committed while ignoring the reality that millions and millions of white Americans not only voted for Barack Obama, but that the overwhelming majority of Americans do not have a racist bone in their bodies. In these courses, truth is sucked from reality.

The facts include knowing that Democrat Party, at one time, perpetuated institutionalize and systemic racism. But Americans of all colors have broken these chains, slavery, and Jim Crow.

“When the architects of our Great Republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir.” Rev. Martin Luther King spoke these words prior to his “I have a dream” section of the 1963 speech during the March on Washington.

It was Americans of European ancestry who King quoted in his famed address at the Lincoln Memorial. It was Republican Americans who died to end slavery and who created the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments. It was blacks and whites, Republicans and Democrats who passed the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

These courses are the problem and they are polluting the minds of our youth and sadly destroying the dream of Martin Luther King.

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