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Scott Adams, and Who Disapproves of Whom

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Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert and the newest high-profile target of the Left, has been doubling down in the last couple weeks on an observation he made following a Rasmussen Reports survey.


In response to the question, "Do you agree or disagree with this statement, 'It's OK to be white'," the survey revealed that 26% of black respondents disagreed, and another 21% said that they were not sure. Adams likened such responders to a massive hate group and suggested that white people "get the hell away from Black people." A bit harsh, but let’s reverse the tables. 

Suppose a prominent, liberal black writer or political pundit saw a national survey, which revealed that 47% of whites felt it was not okay to be black or was unsure if it was okay to be black. Suppose this pundit suggested staying away from white people and that such responders represented a massive hate group. Would anybody cancel this pundit's columns? Not likely.

Major media outlets everywhere immediately dropped the Dilbert column. Adams, a multi-millionaire many times over, reports that he’s already lost 80% of his weekly income.

Missing the Mark

Adams might be surprised to learn that the 47% of black respondents, if indeed they are representative of all blacks, does not represent the largest ‘hate’ group in the U.S. It is whites who disapprove of themselves in larger numbers, by raw population. Extrapolation has its risks, still, 47% of the country’s 47.2 million blacks equals 22.2 million people and 20% of the country’s 204.3 million whites equals 40.9 million people (all figures rounded).


Tens of millions of white people have been brainwashed to believe that their ethnicity and skin color is detrimental to our nation. To them, by simply being born, they become a menacing cultural blight. When late night talk show host Jimmy Fallon announced to his studio audience that the white population of the U.S. had declined 8.6% in the last decade, they responded with raucous laughter and clapping. 

He seemed shocked but sought to mask it. “Interesting reaction to that,” he quipped. Granted, Fallon has sucked up to “progressives” for many years, but the situation is more bizarre than interesting. 

These self-appointed protectors of the realm seek to politically and financially quash any person, place, or thing which they regard as offensive to others. Why? They are “virtuous” caretakers of “social justice” “inclusion” and “equity.” Concurrently, many minority individuals are flummoxed by what whites enjoy canceling, merely because the white majority perceives it to be offensive to particular minorities.

Suddenly, Unworthy

Do you dislike The Cat in the Hat? Michelle Obama invited The Cat in the Hat characters to the White House on January 21, 2015, to read to young children as part of her “Let’s Move, Let’s Read!” initiative. She exclaimed, “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.”


Did anyone in attendance, anyone at all -- Mrs. Obama included – regard these invited actors as portraying racial stereotypes? Was a single person offended or outraged? Photographs and newspaper accounts of that event revealed that the opposite was true.

So, please explain: when did The Cat in the Hat, other Dr. Seuss books, and his array of characters become “racist”? Not a single sentence or character changed in any of his books. Self-loathing liberals who despise anything which they suspect somehow disparage minorities, however, have been able to drum up massive press coverage of the now offensive Dr. Seuss books.

These self-loathing liberals, nonetheless, feel morally superior to everybody else. As such, they display an odd psychosocial characteristic which social scientists will be examining for decades to come: How individuals, programmed en masse to loathe themselves, despoil every facet of our western culture which they don't meet their highly subjective standards.

All So Strange

These contorted standards become entrenched as part of a liberal, Leftist, unquestionable doctrine and then spread over the Internet like kudzu. And who among this throng of millions dares to question pervasive woke doctrine?


As they proceed with their many forms of boycotts and doxxing, such as the public ostracism of Scott Adams, and deepen their embrace of cancel culture, it’s difficult to forecast when, if ever, the dam will break. Self-loathing whites constantly glean positive strokes and virtue signals with one another.

They are notably giddy to be accepted in the club of the morally superior and are fanatic about their “righteous mission. Each one of them sense to the marrow in their bones that they are on the “right side” of history. Sadly, they are on the maniacal side of cultural and social suicide.


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