Critical Race Theory

The movie "The 13th" - produced by Ava DuVernay in 2016 - was named after the 13th amendment, which abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime. 

This film claims the way the 13th amendment was written was a conspiracy by whites to provide a loophole so whites could engage in mass incarceration of blacks now that they were no longer slaves. This is not true. What DuVernay doesn’t know is that the wording in the 13th Amendment is straight from the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 - Section 14, Article 6.(1) This ordinance outlawed slavery and involuntary servitude except for a crime in the new states in the Northwest Territory - Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Mass incarceration of blacks is a myth.

“The 13th” has some truth in it but also a lot of propaganda, hysterical exaggerations and outright lies. Another flaw in this film is the repeated fraudulent attempts to link conditions that existed 50 or 150 years ago to conditions that exist today. There is no linkage and attempting to do so gives this film zero credibility. This is a conspiracy film were the conspiracy is all made up.

This film should be labeled a hate film since its obvious goal is to incite anger and rage against today’s whites for the sins of the past by a minority of whites. This film makes liberal use of domestic terrorists and liberal activists on the political fringe to ‘prove’ their narratives.

Go to:

Condensed version

Complete version - First two sections: Overview and Before the 1960s

Complete version - last section: After the 1960s

Ava DuVernay


How To Be An Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi - pub. 2019

1. This book is poorly researched with many factual errors.

2. Kendi has a persecution complex.

3. Kendi supports some really evil people: Amiri Baraka, Louis Farrakhan and OJ Simpson.

4. This book, like others on this subject, spend considerable time trying to prove that the rampant crime of black America is not rampant.

5. ANY disparity between the races in ANYTHING is racism in Kendi’s warped mind - unless blacks are ahead. Then it’s okay. 

6. Like all good propagandists, Kendi cherry picks quotes to mislead people about a person Kendi wishes to destroy. Kendi also gives partial quotes about people to twist the meaning of what the person really meant to say.

Go to:

How to be an Antiracist-Condensed

How to be an Antiracist-part 1, Intro to page 103

How to be an Antiracist-part 2, page 110 to end.



Ibram X. Kendi