The Royal Wedding Doesn’t Cure Racism

I know no one wants to hear about the Royal Wedding anymore. I suspect that not many did to begin with. But as usual, such events are still relevant to today’s society when they manifest themselves. People’s reactions to the Wedding are more important than the Wedding itself. Meghan Markle’s biracial status is being touted…

ID-POL Liberal Outrage Rebuked by the Chinese Masses

Social Justice Warriors, many of them falsely claiming to be Marxists, throw anger riddled tirades against anything they don’t like – even if their outrage doesn’t make any sense. One of the biggest issues with this non-revolutionary group is so-called “cultural appropriation”. It’s the idea that if someone wears a piece of clothing from another…

Peak Identity Politics has been achieved in South Africa

The point of identity politics is to place one’s identity above proper material analysis. As Marxists, we see this as historical materialism, materialism, and revolutionary science. In other fields, it relies on other methods. Biology relies upon chemical interactions and how they are observed. Gravity and related fields are reliant upon physics. These sciences depend…

#LochteGate is American, Not White Privilege

Ryan Lochte and Other U.S. Olympic Swimmers are taking heat for lying about why they had lost money in Rio. They claimed they had been robbed when in fact, they had urinated on a door and damaged it. The money went to repairing the property they damaged. “Right now, as we speak, what the police…

Halal Market Being Forced to Sell pork and Alcohol

In Paris, France a Halal food market has been ordered to sell pork and alcohol or face closure. Authorities in the city are threatening to carry out the forced closure if the store doesn’t begin selling products that are banned under Islamic tradition. The shop maintains that it has the right not to sell products…

Beyoncé Panthers Tribute was Not Revolutionary

During Super Bowl 50, the singer Beyoncé carried out a performance which featured Black Panther Party imagery. It was done in the context of an entire song criticizing much of the African American history in the United States. Artistically, it contained imagery of revolution by dancing in an X formation spoke of us of Malcolm…