Damon Young, whose work had not been published in The Root since last July, opened his most recent piece by declaring: “Whiteness is a public health crisis.”
“It shortens life expectancies, it pollutes air, it constricts equilibrium, it devastates forests, it melts ice caps, it sparks (and funds) wars, it flattens dialects, it infests consciousness, and it kills people,” Young contends.
Young’s anger and hatred is fueled by the recent mainstream media claim that a “white supremacist” stormed three Atlanta-area massage parlors and killed their owners for being Asian.
Even though two of the people killed were not even Asian, Young says they were victims of “relentless anti-Asian rhetoric” due to the destruction of the global economy by the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
For pointing out that the alleged novel virus came from Wuhan, China, President Donald Trump was lambasted much of last year for not just calling it Covid-19 like the media and establishment expect.
The Chinese virus originated in China, hence why many people call it that. Young, however, believes that identifying the source of this global scourge is an act of “white supremacy” that is leading to violence against Asian people.
Now, if an Asian person dies for any reason, the cause is “white supremacy” and “anti-Asian racism.” This is the latest media narrative that once again aims to vilify white people and justify their mistreatment at the hands, or keyboards, of white-hating racists like Young.
“The former president, and the party of the former president, can and should be blamed for this and the sudden increase of racist violence against Asian Americans,” Young contends.
“The line doesn’t stop there, though. It extends back 400 years and has tentacles clawing everywhere white supremacy exists here, in America, which is everywhere.”
The real problem in this country is black supremacy and anti-white racism
It is at this point in Young’s piece that he launches into a critical race theory (CRT) diatribe against all white people going back to the early days of our nation and even further.
According to Young, the Tree of Life synagogue shooting, the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church shooting, and pretty much all other media-reported incidents of violence are all the result of white people being “supremacists” since time immemorial.
Young lists gentrification, red-lining, racial profiling, gerrymandering, voter suppression, mass incarceration, and even the subprime mortgage crisis on white supremacy as if white people are somehow the ones controlling the financial system.
Alleged disparities in Chinese virus deaths, as well as vaccine prioritization among the races, are also the fault of white people, in Young’s eyes. In Young’s world, white people are a virus “that, like other viruses, will not die until there are no bodies left for it to infect.”
“Which means the only way to stop it is to locate it, isolate it, extract it, and kill it,” Young adds at the conclusion of his hate piece. “I guess a vaccine could work, too. But we’ve had 400 years to develop one, so I won’t hold my breath.”
Imagine if a person with light skin had written such words against people with dark skin? Had that been the case, we would have very quickly seen which racial group maintains the true privilege in this country to spread hate without consequence.
“If we simply kill all of the white people, surely then all of our problems will go away,” joked Grabien Media founder Tom Elliott about Young’s blatant hatred for white people.
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