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Ayaan Hirsi Ali says wokeism has 'remarkable similarities' to white supremacy: 'The rotten idea of our time'

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Hoover Institute researcher and activist Ayaan Hirsi AliIn an address to the National Conservatism conference at Orlando, she connected wokeism and white supremacy. 

Ali opened her remarks talking about a group who believes that human beings can be broken down into “races”. White people were at “very high” and Black people were at “very low.” The group also did not consider Jews human. 

They, white supremacists believe anyone objecting to the racial hierarchy should be punished. Ali stated that people from other races should be eliminated if they disagree with this view. White supremacists hate people of other races because they believe that race should be at the heart of every human interaction. These white supremacists make up a small percentage of the population, which is a good thing.

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“Not all White people were racist. There were many who stood up against this horrible ideology. Ali explained that white supremacy is only found among the fringe of society, and that they fought it together with Blacks and others of color. However, to say that white supremacy today is the greatest domestic threat is absurd, arrogant, and selfish is not a good idea.

Ali made a scathing remark about Georgia’s voter ID law, calling it “Jim Crow” and saying that doing so was to “implicitly show contempt for Jim Crow victims and all those who have fought against white supremacy.”

She gave her warning. 

It is an ideology which threatens our societies today, but has the potential for growth in them. Ali stated that it goes under many different names but that he will refer to it as wokeism. In fact, there are some striking similarities between it and white supremacy.

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Ali explained that white supremacy, wokeism, and Black oppression share the same ranking, with White people at “oppressors,” and Black people below as “victims.” Ali added that the “wake” include things such “marriage”, punctuality hardwork, hygiene, objective truth and “the notion of pulling yourself up by your bootstraps” which are all “manifestations” of whiteness. And that wokeism simply considers Jewish people “White” regardless of the “serious effort” to do so “not too long ago.” [that]Jews were removed from the White Race’s midst because they were considered to be a nuisance.

Ali stated that “One of the reasons why it is difficult to pin down wakeism is- because the theories deconstruction are continually expanding with grievance after grievance.” This ambiguity may be deliberate at times. If you can pin an idea, you can expose it… But if its meaning keeps shifting, with the grievance of the day, it becomes elusive. This is not social justice theory. Weirdly, though, it’s not a theory at all… You can’t treat it like other theories that is by taking it through the process of scrutiny for certification or verification.”

Ali claimed that “key element” in wokeism’s philosophy is “contamination language”, pointing to the “lexicon” it contains terms such “microaggressions”, “safe spaces”, and “equity.” And that existing language is “policed” by the woke “to become purified of any perceived bigotry or injustice.”

Ali explained to the Orlando crowd that “the main goal for the wokeis to pursue unchecked, absolute power.” He said this: Ali said that America (and the English speaking world) cannot discuss any issue without running into wake sabotage.

Somalia’s activist insists that the issues facing the world today, from climate change to radical Islamism and the coronavirus pandemic are not “free of woke talk.”

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If the federal government adopted the language of white superiority, and the police forces of powerful American states were adapting to them, if our military held white supremacy conscious training seminars, if major national sporting teams used white supremacy gestures and if Hollywood and other entertainment industries edited their outputs or controlled it, and ran propaganda for white supremacy cause, then what should we have to say at such a gathering? Ali asked. “At this time, white supremacy is not tolerated in any of these institutions. It’s an important milestone. But sadly, it’s a trending and rotten idea. This idea is embedded in every institution within our society.

We are being divided again by Wikeism and its theories or narratives. This is threatening our freedoms and faith in each other. For those of us who recognize it as the threat it is, I believe we have no option but we fight it in just the way you fought white supremacy… If you think that white supremacy is the biggest domestic threat that we face, I want to say to you- get a grip,” Ali added. 

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