In Defense of Multiracial Americanism

To broaden its assault on traditional American culture and values, and to account for the large and growing number of conservatives that are not “white,” the Left has now come up with a new concept, “multiracial whiteness.”

This term sprang into prominence with a guest column by Cristina Beltran published in the Washington Post last month. Beltran acknowledged that Trump’s performance over Latino voters actually improved between 2016 and 2020. She also acknowledged the “clearly Latino or African American” faces showing up in the January 6 incident at the U.S. capitol. Everything Beltran claims in her column is designed to further castigate “whiteness,” while acknowledging there are significant percentages of nonwhites that, as she puts it, “fervently backed the MAGA policy agenda, including its delusions and conspiracy theories.”

For example, one of the favored targets of the “anti-racist” movement in the United States are the Proud Boys, who Beltran describes as a “neo-fascist” group. Their leader, Enrique Tarrio, is Afro-Cuban, which makes him Beltran’s prime example of so-called toxic “multi-racial whiteness.” She claims the appeal of multiracial whiteness to nonwhites is “politics of aggression, exclusion and domination.”

This sort of message isn’t restricted to leftist academics anymore. Cristina Beltran, a professor of “social and cultural analysis” at New York University, and her cohorts throughout academia, now have the entire weight of America’s establishment institutions behind them.

A notorious and very recent example of institutionalized corporate anti-whiteness is a training seminar that Coca-Cola posted for its employees, featuring tips […] Read More