A growing number of people are starting to view Critical Race Theory (CRT) as not merely racist but specifically and uniquely anti-white. On the surface, it looks like they are correct, but on closer inspection a larger agenda independent of race can be glimpsed. Race conflict is merely a tool, and the fundamental transformation of society is the goal.
That CRT has nothing to do with race becomes apparent the moment those with the “wrong” skin color break out of their assigned role. The most recent example is Larry Elder, who is currently running for governor of California in the recall election of Gavin Newsom. The Los Angeles Times ran a column calling Elder “The black face of white supremacy.” In recent days, a white female protestor dressed in a gorilla mask threw objects at Elder while he was campaigning, and the left-leaning media remained silent. Why? Because Elder is running as a Republican and pushing conservative and libertarian talking points. To paraphrase President Joe Biden: If Elder is not a Democrat, he “ain’t black.”
The New Left
In the United States, the leading figure of the Frankfurt School in the 1960s was Herbert Marcuse. His goal was to understand why American workers rejected communism. He concluded that they were too happy. The culture had to be destroyed to achieve the communist utopia. Americans had to be taught from an early age to hate their country. The right way to do this was through gender and racial warfare.
Thus, the Fran...