In the wake of the Dallas Massacre, in which Black Lives Matter activists targeted and murdered White policemen, the Progressive Left has failed to aknowledge the deadly consequences of its often-hateful rhetoric and is attempting to maintain its pre-Dallas racial narrative (known to AltRighters and Southern nationalists as simply “the Narrative”) in which Whites are collectively racist, evil and on the “wrong side of history” whilst Blacks and other non-White groups are helpless victims of White racism). This not only follows the horror of the Dallas Massacre but also a growing number of copy-cat racially-motivated attacks across the South in which Blacks have targeted Whites and policemen. To use Progressive-style rhetoric, the Left has contributed to a climate of anti-White hate and fear that has encouraged Blacks to murder White people and policemen out of racial hatred.
Richard Parker’s recent featured article for Politico is an example of the Progressive Left’s failure to come to terms with the consequences of their rhetoric. Parker describes the deadly horror of Dallas as “unfair” and “unlucky” due to the fact that “Progressive Democrats have controlled local government for 20 years.” Parker describes the old Dallas – a once safe and orderly city governed by Southerners – as “virulently white, racist and reactionary.” He invokes “the remaining scar of America’s greatest sin: slavery” in his coverage of anti-White massacre. And he never once strays from the Narrative. Instead of focusing on the pain of families torn asunder by the murders, Parker examines the events through the lens of how they could possibly harm Democrats and set back the “progress” of anti-White policies.
It is time for Leftists to consider that their racial rhetoric demonizing Whites and police officers has a profound impact on society and can motivate unstable elements within their ranks to take up extreme violence.
The Narrative is not reality. Journalists need to come to terms with this rather than churning out thoughtless articles which simply re-state the anti-White bias of the media and academia.