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The ‘1619 Project’ Isn’t Anti-American — It’s Anti-White Identity Politics | Intelligencer

By Eric Levitz@EricLevitz Your great saints were child rapists. Your sacred texts are false alibis for a world-historic crime. That...

By Eric Levitz@EricLevitz

Your great saints were child rapists. Your sacred texts are false alibis for a world-historic crime. That isn’t a hill your shining city sits upon, but the unmarked graves of men it condemned to unlived lives. The prosperity you saw as confirmation of God’s favor is actually proof of your complicity in theft; tucked beneath the bounty your fathers bequeathed you are a pile of unpaid debts. And the collective identity that gave you belonging – that freed you from the solitary confinement of your self, and commuted the death sentence that is your flesh – is a hateful lie that all non-racists are duty-bound to lay to rest.

This is, ostensibly, what the typical white conservative hears when reading (or imagining what it would be like to read) the New York Times’ “1619 Project.”

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