Summary of David Horowitz s Hating Whitey and Other Progressive Causes
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 When Matthew Shepard was tortured and left to die on the high plains of Wyoming, his murder was followed by outpourings of anger and grief from editorial pages and political pulpits across the country.
#2 The Matthew Shepard killing was used by the left to rally behind society's victims, and the absence of conservatives and libertarians in the Capitol protesters only proved the lasting sense of righteousness that fuels the progressive agenda.
#3 The fact is that it is not tolerable in America to hate blacks, but it is okay in our politically correct culture to hate white people. Hollywood understands this rule of progressive etiquette.
#4 The idea that only whites can be racist is a justification for hate crimes, as it makes white people the targets of hate crimes simply for being white.

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Date de parution 17 mai 2022
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9798822514362
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 1 Mo

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Insights on David Horowitz's Hating Whitey and Other Progressive Causes
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Insights from Chapter 1



#1

When Matthew Shepard was tortured and left to die on the high plains of Wyoming, his murder was followed by outpourings of anger and grief from editorial pages and political pulpits across the country.

#2

The Matthew Shepard killing was used by the left to rally behind society's victims, and the absence of conservatives and libertarians in the Capitol protesters only proved the lasting sense of righteousness that fuels the progressive agenda.

#3

The fact is that it is not tolerable in America to hate blacks, but it is okay in our politically correct culture to hate white people. Hollywood understands this rule of progressive etiquette.

#4

The idea that only whites can be racist is a justification for hate crimes, as it makes white people the targets of hate crimes simply for being white.

#5

We need to end the vicious libels of political correctness that have percolated their message of anti-white racism into our mainstream culture.
Insights from Chapter 2



#1

The author, a professor of English at City College of New York, recounts a traumatic experience she had on a commercial airline flight when a white man sitting next to her was called to the front of the plane to verify his ticket. The author felt rage and wanted to kill the man.

#2

hooks is a prime example of a radical black woman. She has achieved academic eminence at a young age, and yet she is still resentful and full of rage. She believes that her rage is justified, because she claims that she is not a victim.

#3

In her book, Professor hooks writes that white Americans colonized black Americans and continue to repress their rage, even when provoked. She also writes about the ongoing Black genocide and the patriarchy’s war against women.

#4

Some black leaders did not hold back their feelings about the riots, and they were happy about them. They took pleasure in the killings, and they were able to hide it only because they were well educated and well off.

#5

The idea that racism is a systemic problem has become necessary to explain the tolerance of black elites for racist outrage, as well as the prevalence of black victimhood narratives.

#6

hooks argues that because white America cannot understand or accept the persistence of black rage in the face of the enormous social, cultural, and economic gains made by African Americans, they view racism as individual prejudice rather than a system of domination and subjugation.

#7

For the radical Left, racism is not about prejudice, but about imaginary structures of domination that can be seen in any disparity in the status of blacks and whites that they feel is in blacks’ favor.

#8

The concept of institutional racism not only exculpates blacks from charges of racism, but also makes them innocent of any crimes they may commit.

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