Pro-Chinese, anti-White propaganda has taken on mythology with the left. Where it intersects with Feminist fetishes and their pornographic fantasies, like with the bizarre “handmaidens tales,” America is suffering from watching the madness unfold in public.
A bizarre tweet that was posted by actor James Woods on a virtue signal for White liberal women, and was deleted for an unknown reason, still remained on Twitter in other places, which showed a woman self-flagellating herself over her “White Privledge”.
The Woods Tweet, which was deleted:
The same standing tweet:
“From a mass email the editor of National Geographic sent out. America surely has the most insufferable elite,” Rod Dreher, a Conservative social media influencer, posted on Tuesday, showing Susan Goldberg the Editor in Chief of National Geographic, referring to herself having a “race card” called “White Privledge”.
Goldberg, in a mass email, wanted people to know that she “has much to learn,” showing her virtue signaling attempts.
From a mass email the editor of National Geographic sent out. America surely has the most insufferable elite. pic.twitter.com/hjL7w4IQ0h
— Rod Dreher (@roddreher) June 7, 2021
Goldberg must have some influence on another White woman because she used the magazine’s platform to start a movement of women denouncing their own European ancestry and Judeo-Christian heritage.
PROPERLY HATING THEMSELVES IN THE SPOTLIGHT FOR ACCOLADES FROM THEIR PEERS
National Geographic featured a White woman on Monday, who reported: “I am ashamed for my ancestors’ race.”
IT’S JUST HONESTY- YOU KNOW
The post was part of series that glorified the human struggles of many people against their oppressive governments from different cultures and which denigrated a woman who was supposedly White.
The Racist Race Card Project displayed bigotry against a White woman and sympathy for other cultures meant to trigger guilt and sympathy toward other people.
The author of that project, a Black woman, sees the hatred the White women have for their race and healthy, honesty.
Michelle Norris said:
“The most interesting, most revealing, most honest, and gravest conversations about race are the ones we typically never get to hear because they percolate in private spaces. In the locker room or the bedroom. At the kitchen table or during a smoke break outside the factory. The conversations people have with themselves in their own head while brushing their teeth or driving to work.
The rise of social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Parler has created new windows to peer at our consternation about race. But even with that relatively new gust of candor, there is still roiling terrain that our computer and phone screens cannot reliably reach. There are still self-imposed filters that often keep people from posting their innermost questions or laments in an open forum for the world to see.
That terrain is difficult to traverse as a stranger, and yet I’ve spent more than 10 years doing just that, thanks to a simple project I started in the attic of my house. I had written a memoir about my family’s complex racial legacy, and I was setting off on a 35-city book tour back in the days when that kind of travel was still possible. I was nervous for all kinds of reasons, but mainly because I knew I was going to be facing audiences in bookstores and big theaters across the United States, asking them to engage in conversations about race.
You see, a decade ago, I was convinced that Americans would rather jump off a cliff than have an honest or personal conversation about race in public. As it turned out, I was wrong.”
Ten years ago, @michele_norris launched the Race Card Project, which asks people to describe their feelings on race in just 6 words. She thought few would respond. Here are some of the responses—out of half a million so far—that she’s received. https://t.co/B09VJ4M5r4 pic.twitter.com/aa1Q33SrfK
— National Geographic (@NatGeo) June 2, 2021
I'm ashamed of National Geographic for covering this.
— Coast2Coast (@CoastTwoGhost) June 7, 2021
The magazine, known for highlighting the world’s diverse cultures, may actually be pushing Cultural Marxism with their new obsession with sexual fetishes and identies.
This #PrideMonth, we are excited to celebrate David and all of the members of our National Geographic family who identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community. Stay tuned throughout June to hear more of their stories. #Pride2021
— National Geographic Society (@InsideNatGeo) June 3, 2021
Which might have to do something with the new push for Chinese dominance:
210606 National Geographic Traveler weibo update
时尚旅游 National Geographic Traveler – June 2021 issue #Sunnee cover
— CC❤️🐷🐷☀️ (@sunneegif) June 6, 2021
The magazine appears to have taken on the feeling of “True Deteticve” Feminist porn over the constant focus on slavery in American that was eradicated hundreds of years ago, ignoring the many cultures of the world where Black slavery still exists to this very day.
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Found out I appear in this issue of National Geographic so I went to grab a copy and per usual couldn’t resist grabbing a couple other books 📚 🤓 pic.twitter.com/64ktcVHV3c
— DEFUND & ABOLISH POLICE, REFUND OUR COMMUNITIES (@BreeNewsome) June 2, 2021
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776