For Americans outside the Beltway, understanding national politics is often challenging if not impossible.
It scarcely needs saying that, to listen to the liberal-leftist claptrap gushing from outfits such as The Guardian, one would think that Britain (and the predominantly white, Western world generally) is a hotbed of racism and xenophobia.
In the House of Representatives of the US Congress the resolution about the impeachment "for racism" of President Donald Trump failed miserably
The assault on whiteness is now part of official educational policy. In New York City the head of the education department, Richard Carranza, a son of Mexican immigrants, is conducting a campaign against
Every time a manifestly racist, anti-white event goes down, which is frequently, conservative media call it “identity politics.” “The left is playing identity politics.”
The projection of white people as having a collective set of interests at both national and global levels is a phenomenon which has taken greater shape in recent times.