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Well, they're "sorta, kinda" indexing me anyway. It's on a 24 hour tape delay or something. So I never get picked up by Memeorandum because they pull from Technorati and Technorati has stuff I posted yesterday listed as my latest blog entry. And that's old news to Memeorandum.
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Twice this week Wikipedia rode to Obama's rescue. Within minutes of Soledad O"Brien flubbing the definition of Critical Race Theory on national television the Internet's Encyclopedia Propagandica scrubbed their entry for the now controversial topic, eliminating all references to its core teachings regarding the evils of "white supremacy" and promotion of "racial power."
And then when video surfaced of a young Barack Obama embracing Critical Race Theory's primary proponent, Harvard professor Derrick Bell, his Wikipedia page underwent a massive rewrite to smooth over the radical professor's wildly radical views. Oh, and to disassociate Obama from ever having known him. Even though Bell was a frequent visitor to the White House before his death.
In the video, Obama tells the crowd to "Open your hearts and open your minds to the words of professor Derrick Bell."
Those words tended to be quite controversial. Bell is widely credited with pioneering the field of Critical Race Theory, a radical school of legal thought that holds that the American legal and political systems are inherently racist.
Hmmm. You'd think people would want to know if their president subscribed to such a twisted view of American society.
But little things like "facts" can't get in the way of Wikipedia's primary mission — advancing Progressive politics, and ensuring a generation of lazy Googlers will never look too far beyond its sanitized version of history.
Howard Zinn wished he had that kind of power. Sadly his ideological progeny do.
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