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New York Times: Being White Is a 'Suicide Cult'

Failing newspaper claims 'blackness is a superpower'

 on 28th April 2021 @ 12.00pm
the new yorks times claims  whiteness is a suicide cult © press
The New Yorks Times claims 'whiteness is a suicide cult'

The failing New York Times has claimed that being white is a "suicide cult" while hailing "blackness" as akin to having a "superpower."

Two articles from the divisive newspaper make for an interesting contrast.

The first article from 2018, “The Religion of Whiteness Becomes a Suicide Cult,” argued that white people will destroy the planet and stole everything they have.

Just a few weeks ago, New York Times contributor Damon Young wrote a column for The Root declaring that “whiteness is a pandemic.”

He insists that “the only way to stop it is to locate it, isolate it, extract it, and kill it.”

the new york times claims  blackness is a superpower © press
The New York Times claims 'blackness is a superpower'

The second article, published Friday, “When Blackness is a Superpower,” argues that recasting white comic book characters as black will save the world.

america has seen a rise in anti white sentiment in recent months © press
America has seen a rise in anti-white sentiment in recent months

As noted by Information Liberation, one of the comics the Times highlighted features Harriet Tubman slaying white demons (see middle left).


In fact, the notion of Harriet Tubman as a superhero is a favorite subject of comic book fan art.
She is also the subject of a graphic novel series by David Crownson, which was funded by a Kickstarter campaign.
The slave catchers aren’t just evil: They’re vampires. Harriet Tubman doesn’t just defend the people she’s guiding to freedom; she wields katanas and wordplay to outwit and overcome the white men who see her and her people as mere chattel.
All of these heroes are, in their own way, fighting for an equality that seems ever elusive.
For Spellman, the opportunity to write stories about Black superheroes is part of a concerted effort to tip the scales.
“I absolutely believe that this helps re-contextualize us in a more universal way,” he said.
“If we are first and foremost perceived as less than, and I do believe that everybody on the planet looks at us that way, a superhero is greater than. That primal math, via a megaphone like Marvel — that’s powerful.”
[Emphasis added]

Note how the Times has begun capitalizing “Black” but not “white.”

Demons can’t be afforded the same reverence as angels!

[RELATED] Black Lives Matter Leader: We Could 'Wipe Out' White Folks, They're 'Genetic Defects'

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