Read and Watch Neo-Marxist Linda Sarsour's Special Message For White People

On Tuesday, neo-Marxist, and liberal agitator Linda Sarsour invited white fellow travelers to dissociate themselves as individuals from broader political narratives regarding whites as a group.

Via Facebook, Sarsour requested that her white “comrades … not feel defensive.” Partial transcript below.

I wanna talk to my white allies for just a minute … some of the best allies that we have are white, many of whom are white Jewish allies have put their lives on the line with us and for us as communities …

When you are online, in particular … I want white people, in particular, when you hear or are seeing conversations that are happening online, I want you to not feel defensive. This is not about you as an individual. It’s the same conversation we have to have a thousand times about police officers. When we are talking about systemic racism coming out of police departments, we are not talking about individual police officers. So, when we talk about white allies and white people, we are not talking about individual white people and white allies. That is not the conversation that we are having.

So I want you to be open-minded and open-hearted, and see what is a reflection of someone’s heart and pain and trauma. Many communities have been traumatized by the very white men that you have seen in these videos … in Charlottesville …

When we are having these conversations with white allies, we are not having these with you as individuals. We are having a larger courageous conversation that has always needed to be had, and we know the ramifications of when we don’t have those conversations: we have fifty-three percent of white women of the electorate vote for Donald Trump. We have to come to terms with these things.

Sarsour advised white political allies to proselytize their politics to family, co-workers, and other peers. She also advised them to contribute and participate in various political rallies:

It’s actually much harder for you to be in spaces with your families, with your communities, where you grew up, your old alumni of people you went to college with; that’s kinda where we really need you to be. Have those conversations. Start teasing out where these things come from. … You can no longer shy away from these difficult conversations.

We, people of color, are asking you to have those conversations, to start working in your local communitie. s… This is the moment for you to decide not to be a bystander.

Sarsour regularly referred to “white supremacy,” framing it as a widespread attitude in contemporary America. She framed the nation’s primary political fault line as racial, with whites and “people of color” (a left-wing euphemism for people other than whites) on its opposing sides.

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“White supremacy,” said Sarsour, is “at the core” of “injustice” across America:

All of the work that we are doing is rooted in the foundation, which is ending white supremacy. White supremacy has always been at the core of all the kind of injustice that many communities suffer from in this country. …

Whatever the issue is that have worked on … at the end of it, it comes from a place of communities in color, in particular; marginalized communities having to prove their humanity and to be treated with dignity and respect. The ill of a lot of issues that we work on really comes back to white supremacy.

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Sarsour expressed satisfaction with the recent focus on “white supremacy” from politicians and the news media — CNN, The New York TimesThe Washington Post, MSNBC, and similar outlets regularly hype white nationalism as a prominent political force in America — in light of recent unrest in Charlottesville, VA:

I’m actually feeling really optimistic that it seems in the past few days that people are talking about white supremacy in a way that I’ve never seen in such a mainstream way, literally everywhere, people on national television, pundits, people writing about white supremacy, really calling it what it is. …

All of the work that we are doing is rooted in the foundation, which is ending white supremacy. White supremacy has always been at the core of all the kind of injustice that many communities suffer from in this country.

Whatever the issue is that have worked on … at the end of it, it comes from a place of communities in color, in particular; marginalized communities having to prove their humanity and to be treated with dignity and respect. The ill of a lot of issues that we work on really comes back to white supremacy.

Sebastian Gorka, Stephen Bannon, and Stephen Miller are all “anti-Semites, Islamophobes, [and] racists,” said Sarsour:

[Donald Trump] needs to start with the three anti-Semites, Islamophobes, racists that have high-level positions in the White House, and he needs to start with Steve Bannon — who you don’t really hear much from, hardly ever see the guy, but you know he’s the chief strategist and he’s the one behind all of this — and Stephen Miller, who I don’t even have to explain to you, you watched the press conferences, and Gorka, Sebastian Gorka, I mean, he’s a guy who’s pledged allegiance to like, Nazi groups. I don’t understand how you can condemn white supremacists and then have those three guys work for you in the White House.

The Obama adminstration praised Sarsour, including her in its list of “Champions of Change”:

Here is the video she uploaded:

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