Bob Owens

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Leftists change Wikipedia entry of “Critical Race Theory” after Soledad O’Brien was called out on Twitter.

Written By: Bob - Mar• 08•12

So I posted a comment calling CNN’s Soledad O’Brien out earlier in the day, it was retweeted by Adam Baldwin, and it went sort of viral from there, being retweeted more times than I can count.

@Soledad_OBrien I took your advice and went tobit.ly/bqUTKK It confirms that critical race theory is concerned with white supremacy.

At the time, the Wikipedia definition read as follows:

Although no set of canonical doctrines or methodologies defines CRT, the movement is loosely unified by two common areas of inquiry. First, CRT has analyzed the way in which white supremacy and racial power are reproduced over time, and in particular, the role that law plays in this process.

It has since changed. Leftists are at heart cowards, desperate  to erase anything that threatens their community-based reality at any moment.

Stalin would be proud.

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9 Comments

  1. KWS says:

    I managed to see it before they changed it. I knew the change was coming. What an idiot O’Brien made of herself. I was actually heartened a bit, though, by Amy Holmes’ insistence on articulating the issue and wondering why the mainstream media wouldn’t put the video out there back in 2008 for the public to see. When she said that, O’Brien was as dismissive and sneering toward her as she was toward Pollak (sp?), the guy from Breitbart.com.

  2. KWS says:

    And there’s this definition from UCLA.

    http://spacrs.wordpress.com/what-is-critical-race-theory/

    Note the use of the terms “white supremacy” and “white privilege.” Take that, Soledad.

  3. GK says:

    It is strange that Wikipedia says there is no Canonical doctrines please let me quote “Although no set of canonical doctrines or methodologies defines CRT, the movement is loosely unified by two common areas of inquiry. First, CRT has analyzed the way in which white supremacy and racial power are reproduced over time, and in particular, the role that law plays in this process. .
    The has been changed. My point to Solidad and to whoever changed the Wikipedia definition is that Pope Benedict came out with a statement that he is against this theory.
    We as Christians cannot live and breath and believe in this theory. But somehow some do! This was while Jeremiah Wright was ranting this stuff in his church, and Obama had never heard a word of what he said
    That is exactly what Obama said!!!” He had never heard Wright say this while he, Obama was sitting in the pew. Right…….yes….we believe that….
    Solidad….this is the story. Our President not only embraced Mr. Bell but his theory.

  4. LSBeene says:

    This is what’s annoying, amusing, and dangerous about the left: EVERYTHING is relative and subject to even definitional change.

    History gets re-written, justifications for double standards are normalized, they use labels and words while completely twisting what any dictionary would tell you is wrong with their definition, and when the facts don’t fit, they lie their asses off.

    If a white journalist had talked to a black pundit/reporter/advocate/what-have-you in that manner, especially on a matter of race relations, that white reporter would, rightfully so, be suspended and/or fired.

    I think what sets off leftists is that they KNOW their ideology is not based on “tolerance” or “equality” (having totally misused and re-defined those words), and they hate when their double standards get rubbed in their faces.

  5. Eagle's Dominion says:

    That’s why it’s always important to take a screenshot of the site!

    • Bob says:

      Oh, one of my sharper readers already got the “print” edition. That base is covered.

  6. Brian Guy says:

    What does it matter what Wikipedia says? As a joke I once named a friend of mine as one of the assassins of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo in 1914, and it stayed up there for almost 2 years! For reliable information on any topic we should go to an original source. Trust me, a topic as silly as CRT is not that difficult to understand, even for the layman

    • Steven says:

      You buddy killed the ARCH DUKE!? You slimy bastard. Things like that start wars! I’m telling mom!

  7. Indigo Red says:

    The original entry has been restored –

    Although no set of canonical doctrines or methodologies defines CRT, the movement is loosely unified by two common areas of inquiry. First, CRT has analyzed the way in which white supremacy and racial power are reproduced over time, and in particular, the role that law plays in this process. Second, CRT work has investigated the possibility of transforming the relationship between law and racial power, and more broadly, the possibility of achieving racial emancipation and anti-subordination.[1]