I Fear That The Sustained And Unreasonable Attacks on White People in America May Become Cyclical And Spiral Out of Control
Whites are being assaulted on the streets because of their skin color and black activists are trying to eradicate history, as their demands to ‘rehabilitate’ the National Archives from its ‘whiteness’ demonstrate.
A trip to Washington, DC would not be complete without a visit to the National Archives Rotunda, a grandiose building on Pennsylvania Avenue where the Constitution, Declaration of Independence, and the Bill of Rights – the fundamental documents on America’s founding – are on public display behind bulletproof glass.
The security measures, however, have done nothing to protect the prized papers, or even the ornate building that houses them, from the toxic political climate that has come to pervade every corner of the nation. That much was made clear in a just-discovered report by the Archivist’s Task Force on Racism, which went to extreme lengths to show how “the structural nature of racism… unequivocally impacts how NARA (National Archives and Records Administration) staff interact with records, colleagues, and customers.”
It should come as no surprise that if the government spends wads of cash to create a commission designed to find something, it’s pretty much guaranteed that that ‘something’ will be found. Indeed, if an agency were formally ordained to find evidence of elves, for example, sightings of those fairytale creatures would begin appearing everywhere.
And thus it is with the phantom of racism. Instead of green men, however, the United States has become oddly obsessed with white men, particularly those founding fathers who, armed with quill and parchment, inked the United States of America into existence. And therein lies the quandary, at least for an increasingly disgruntled segment of the population that has a historical beef with the pale face tribe.
The report called for ‘trigger warnings.’ https://t.co/mXJWWDWJ3U
— The Western Journal (@WestJournalism) June 28, 2021
Upon entering the Rotunda, the ‘problem’ is immediately apparent inside of the vaulted room that “lauds wealthy White men in the nation’s founding while marginalizing BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Peoples of Color), women, and other communities.” The report, sensitive to the horrible shock that first-time patrons may experience upon coming face-to-face with the painful whiteness of the place, suggests that staff provide “communications prior to [visitor’s] arrival so they are at least aware of the potentially triggering circumstances.”
Now, to put this as politely as possible, a person would have to be an uneducated dolt, nay, an imbecile, not to know that an assembly of now dead white men were, once upon a time, responsible for drafting America’s foremost documents, and that, just maybe, the walls celebrating that may bear some testimony to their pale countenances.
Thankfully, the National Archives has some genius ideas for balancing o
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