Identity politics, whether you like it or not, is the future.

Fighting against it will be as futile as trying to reverse the direction of ocean tides.

It's peaking now, but will ebb slightly, and then return like a tsunami once whites become a majority minority around 2045.
The key is not to fight the inevitable, but to harness the power of your group to keep it from being inundated. It's going to be ugly and brutal.
The pill is black, but if you refuse to take it, you won't survive.
Often multicultural societies survive because the groups within them begin intermarrying in sufficient numbers that the bright lines between them become dim and harder to recognize.

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Which era of film had the most memorable actors and actresses with the most star power and screen presence?

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1930-1960: Cary Grant, Humphrey Bogart, Katherine Hepburn, John Wayne, Marilyn Monroe, Clark Gable, Bette Davis, James Stewart, Greta Garbo, Ingrid Bergman, Spencer Tracy, Lana Turner, Robert Mitchum, Henry Fonda...
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Serious question: In all the hate crime video clips that have emerged over the last few weeks, have any shown a perpetrator who wasn't either a person of color or leftwing?
By "person of color" let's use the standard leftwing definition, which would include Arabs.
Personally, I think calling a Palestinian Arab a "person color" is dumb, but I'll indulge the left's definitions this time.
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2/ The fact that some CRT ideas draw from Critical Theory ("Frankfurt School"), which was a neo-Marxist approach to society and culture, doesn't make CRT "Marxism."
3/ The route looks like this:

Marxism (economics and politics) ---> Critical Theory (neo-Marxist approach to society and culture) ---> Critical Race Theory (racialized variant of Critical Theory)
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1/ In Portland area schools, a room filled with teachers was divided up "into oppressed and oppressors... to intimidate white teachers into submission through collective guilt and fear of being labeled a racist."

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2/ There are "weekly antiracism sessions in which white teachers are expected to remain silent, 'honor the feelings of... black, indigenous, and people of color."
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My most unpopular opinion:

NIMBYism is good.

Zoning to protect single-family residential housing is even better.

Not everybody gets to live where they want.

And don't pretend that introducing density into fragile historical neighborhoods won't destroy the soul of cities.
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Where people with low-paying crappy jobs have always lived: In unappealing neighborhoods located nowhere near appealing neighborhoods.
Trying to engineer something different than this will reduce urban life to the kind of monochromatic and soulless wash of well-intended "inclusion" that looks like dystopia to me.
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