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Twitter erupts in response to video of racist berating a white family on the subway
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Twitter erupts in response to video of racist berating a white family on the subway

A video of a young man viciously berating a little boy and his white parents on a subway train in New York City is fast going viral on Twitter, prompting some to conclude that this kind of racial animosity was the objective of leftists and critical race theory advocates all along.

The video depicts a couple seated with their son in a subway car opposite an individual apparently keen to provoke a fight.

The racist standing opposite the family — a black male who has previously turned up in viral videos issuing similar dehumanizing screeds — focuses his stream of identitarian vitriol on the young boy, calling him a "nasty a**, mutated ... white monkey," before shouting, "You're a dog in this country!"

The Post Millennial's Andy Ngô circulated a video last month of what appears to be the same man calling an Asian woman a "monkey," then telling her to "get out his country."

In this latest instance, the boy's father appears about ready to confront the racist, but is dissuaded by his wife, who can be heard in the video saying, "Stop, stop, stop."

The racist continues unabated, screaming, "You're nothing over here. You're a dog. Shut up! I'm a black American! I'm over you!"

During his rant, the racist managed to cover some of the themes that Nikole Hannah-Jones of "The 1619 Project" took up in her anti-white letter to her college paper.

Amidst the abuse, the mother can be seen desperately trying to distract her young child.

One commenter wrote, "If this was a white guy doing this to black family ... they'd be nationwide coverage from the left."

Joel Berry, managing editor of the Babylon Bee, tweeted, "Congratulations Robin DiAngelo and Ibram X. Kendi! You did it," referencing the authors of "White Fragility" and "How to Be Antiracist," respectively.

DiAngelo, a white affiliate associate professor at the University of Washington, wrote, "White identity is inherently racist."

DiAngelo recently stressed in a March 1 webinar entitled, "Racial Justice: The Next Frontier," that "People of color need to get away from White people," reported Fox News.

Kendi, one of the chief proponents of critical race theory, wrote, "The only remedy to racist discrimination is anti-racist discrimination. The only remedy to past discrimination is present discrimination. The only remedy to present discrimination is future discrimination."

The Huffington Post's former culture writer peddled the claim, popular with Kendi's disciples, that while white people can experience "prejudice from black people and other non-whites," they cannot experience racism, because "racism is a system in which a dominant race benefits off the oppression of others."

Referencing the white family's abuse by the racist on the subway, Berry added, "This is black empowerment. So inspiring. Great job everyone. ... The racist Left tells black Americans that their self-degradation is empowering. A massively cruel psyop."
Not the Bee, the news-oriented companion to the satire site Babylon Bee, noted that this racist outburst was seized upon in turn by white identitarians online, happy to engage in the "dumb power games ... the commies play."

Chicks On The Right appeared to concur, tweeting, "Disgusting. You know what creates more of this? CRT. Pitting 'oppressors' against 'oppressed.' None of it's real. It's DiAngelo, Kendi, Nikole Hannah Jones, Sharpton-manufactured divisiveness. And the more legitimacy it's given, the more of this will result."

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Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon is a staff writer for Blaze News.
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