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Wednesday, June 12, 2024

‘White Fragility’ Author Tells ‘POC’ to Stay Away from White People

'I am a big believer in affinity space and affinity work, and I think people of color need to get away from white people and have some community with each other...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) White Fragility snowflake author Robin DiAngelo recently proposed racial segregation, which didn’t result in everyone canceling her, as happened to Dilbert creator Scott Adams, who lost 80% of his income because he previously suggested that white people should get away from black people.

Adams reacted to the results of a Rasmussen Reports poll that showed almost half of the black people who participated in the poll were not ready to agree with the statement “It’s OK to be white”: 26% of black respondents disagreed and 21% said they were not sure, the Daily Wire reported.

“If nearly half of all blacks are not OK with white people… that’s a hate group. And I don’t want anything to do with them,” Adams said. “And based on how things are going, the best advice I could give to white people is to get the hell away from black people. Just get the f*** away. Wherever you have to go, just get away. ’Cause there’s no fixing this. This can’t be fixed.”

Unlike Adams, who was reacting to the results of the poll, DiAngelo suggested in a video group chat that black people should get away from white people, not basing her statement on any data.

“I am a big believer in affinity space and affinity work, and I think people of color need to get away from white people and have some community with each other. And I’ll let that go and maybe see if anyone else wants to pick it up.”

Christopher Rufo picked it up and shared the video on Twitter.

“Robin DiAngelo sounding like an old-line segregationist: ‘People of color need to get away from white people and have some community with each other.'”
Commentator Dave Rubin pointed out the hypocrisy by bringing up Scott Adams.

“Isn’t this what they canceled @ScottAdamsSays for?!”

Adams responded.

“You’re not supposed to notice.”

When one leftist said that the Adams-DiAngelo situation is not hypocritical because Adams called black people a hate group, Adams replied.

“Every adult knows ‘hate group’ is obvious hyperbole in this case. And so do you,” he wrote.

“Taking it literally comes off as a diversion from the point, that the woke part of the world (of all colors) has a mindset that is being poisoned against White people, and White men in particular. Don’t hide from the point. It’s useful information for all.”

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