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Obama's Critical Race Theory


From Examiner.com

Derrick Bell, the first tenured black law professor at the Harvard School of Law, was a student of Critical Theory. In fact Bell devised his own theory called Critical Race Theory. Bell claimed that whites will perpetually oppress black people.

Critical Race Theory:

“Whiteness” is an illegitimate social construct to oppress other people.
“Blackness” is a legitimate social construct to resist oppression.
Black failures is caused by white oppression.
Blacks will continue to fail in life for the foreseeable future and it will be the fault of whites.
The US Constitution does not have the capacity to keep whites from oppressing blacks.
Only a totalitarian Marxist government can correct white oppression AND/OR
Whites must cease to exist as an identifiable group.

Bell said that he “lives to harass white people.” Bell was a major supporter of Louis Farrakhan. Jeremiah Wright, the man Obama describes as his “mentor,” is also a major Farrakhan backer, as is Michelle Obama.

Recent video has surfaced of Barack Obama, as a student at Harvard, praising Derrick Bell. Then he engages in a long embrace with Bell. However there is a lot more to the story. While lecturing at the University of Chicago School of Law, Barack Obama assigned works by Derrick Bell to his class. This included the incendiary “Faces at the Bottom of the Well: The Permanence of Racism.” The introduction to the book states, “African Americans must confront and conquer the otherwise deadening reality of our permanent subordinate status.”

Critical Race Theory has become mainstream in the Black Power community. Recently, NAACP activist Lewis Diuguid wrote a very incendiary column in the Las Vegas Sun. He characterizes blacks and Latinos are failures and says they will continue to be failures for the foreseeable future. He says that when whites become a minority in 2042, blacks and Latinos will continue to fail and wreck the United States. This he says, will be solely the fault of white people.