On Wednesday, a viral Tweet from @ByronYork uncovered the divisive propaganda made possible by your taxpayer dollars. Bryan York, the chief political correspondent for the Washington Examiner and Fox News contributor, shared a story brought to light by Ryan Willaims, President of the Claremont Institute. According to the National Museum of African American History and Culture, “Since white people in America hold most of the political, institutional, and economic power, they receive advantages that nonwhite groups do not.”
The National Museum of African American History & Culture wants to “make you aware” of certain signs of so-called whiteness including individualism, hard work, objectivity, the nuclear family, progress, respect for authority, and delayed gratification.
The National Museum of African American History & Culture wants to make you aware of certain signs of whiteness: Individualism, hard work, objectivity, the nuclear family, progress, respect for authority, delayed gratification, more. (via @RpwWilliams)https://t.co/k9X3u4Suas pic.twitter.com/gWYOeEh4vu
— Byron York (@ByronYork) July 15, 2020
According to their website with a page titled ‘Whiteness, whiteness and white racialized identity refer to the way that white people, they operate as the standard by which all other groups are compared. The museum claims whiteness is also at the core of understanding race in America. Give me a break! “Whiteness and the normalization of white racial identity throughout America’s history have created a culture where nonwhite persons are seen as inferior or abnormal,” the page continued.
“This white-dominant culture also operates as a social mechanism that grants advantages to white people, since they can navigate society both by feeling normal and being viewed as normal,” the museum writes. “Persons who identify as white rarely have to think about their racial identity because they live within a culture where whiteness has been normalized.”
So now possessing the characteristics of individualism, hard work, a nuclear family, and respect for authority is a “WHITE THING?”
The national museum claims, “Being white does not mean you haven’t experienced hardships or oppression. Being white does mean you have not faced hardships or oppression based on the color of your skin. We need to be honest about the ways white people have benefited from racism so we can work toward an equitable, fair and just society.” Excuse me.
Watch how the National Museum of African American History and Culture intends to “deconstruct” this so-called, made-up idea of white privilege:
The webpage continued, depicting the idea of “whiteness and white culture” with statements on white supremacy and white nationalism… In this crucial time when peace and equality among all races are more urgent than ever, it is our own federal government (your taxpayer dollars) that are spewing divisive, racist propaganda.