Arab Muslims are People of Color, Arab Christians are White People
9-22-20, Daniel Greenfield [excerpted] -- What the New York Times’ racial list says about the persecution of Christians while maintaining its proud commitment to printing all the news that will divide Americans by race, sex and creed. The Times published a list of what it claimed were the "922 of the most powerful people in America" while claiming that 112 of the 431 House of Representatives members are people of color.[..]
Like all racist Rohrsarch charts, the Times’ racial list says more about it than about America; claiming that Rep. Rashida Tlaib as a person of color and listing Rep. Justin Amash as white. Tlaib's parents and Amash's father both came from Arab towns and neighborhoods in Israel. Amash's mother came from Syria. They both have traditional Arab names. So how is Tlaib a person of color while Amash is white? Their Israeli families in Israel are both Arabs, but, aside from Tlaib being a militant leftist Trump hater, Amash is an ex-GOP now Libertarian, the only obvious difference is that Amash’s family was Christian while Tlaib’s family is Muslim.
The New York Times’ message is that Muslims are “people of color” and Christians aren’t. It doesn’t matter if their families might have lived some 20 minutes away from each other. Arab Christians are white while Arab Muslims are a minority group - it's about religion. [..]
It doesn't matter whether you come from Syrian, Lebanon, Iraq or even Iran: if you're not a practicing Muslim, you're white.
It’s not just Jews or Arabs who aren’t considered minorities unless they’re Muslim. Rep. Anna Eshoo's father was an Assyrian Christian who, in her own words, "was driven from the Middle East." The New York Times still lists her as white. Assyrians and Armenians are not people of color. The difference isn’t, as we see in Amash and Tlaib’s case, racial, it’s religious. [..]
The New York Times' awkward absurdities short list:
The Left barely notices when white leftists have been able to get away with pretending to be black. But when it comes to the Middle East, it recognizes only one group of people as legitimate. Its conquerors.
Christians, Jews, and non-practicing Muslims need not apply.
The New York Times’ racial list is revealing when it comes to the prejudices and agendas of the allies of the Islamist movements and their organizations ethnically cleansing Christians. The Left’s twisted ideas about race lead it to present the region’s persecuted Christian, Jewish, and non-Muslim minorities as white oppressors, while its Muslim supremacist majority are the oppressed people of color who need to be liberated from the oppression of their victims. This isn’t just twisted. It’s an ideological argument for genocide. *
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Pastor Manning Looks at '1619 Project'
9-22-20, Pastor James Manning, ATLAH Ministries ... "about '1619 Project' studying history of white abuses. But now blacks are brutalizing black people; why don't we study that? Why do black people kill their brothers in Chicago, Stockton, Baltimore? Why don't we study that?!!" ... more:
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