On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, David Azerrad, an assistant professor and research fellow at Hillsdale College’s Van Andel Graduate School of Government, joins Senior Editor Chris Bedford and Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to discuss how the post-structuralist left infected American institutions.

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  1. Ernst Rabbit von Hasenpfeffer Member
    Ernst Rabbit von Hasenpfeffer
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    Azerrad show’s us the way here.  Jashinsky couldn’t think outside of boomer framing regarding racism.

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  2. Taras Coolidge
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    @Taras

    Ernst Rabbit von Hasenpfeffer (View Comment):

    Azerrad show’s us the way here. Jashinsky couldn’t think outside of boomer framing regarding racism.

    Jashinsky is too young to be a boomer, but I think you’re right.

    The Left treats racial discrimination as more important than murder or genocide.

    I first noticed this sometime ago when the UN expelled South Africa, but communist Cambodia remained a member in good standing, in spite of exterminating about one-third of its population, something around 1.7 million people.

    I actually saw a smarmy UN bureaucrat asked about this.  The difference was, said this mealymouthed hypocrite, in South Africa racial discrimination was written down in the law, while in Cambodia the mass murder was not written down in the law, just practiced.

    Similarly, today Black Lives Matter does not consider that the eight thousand black lives lost to black violence every year matter at all, because they’re not politically useful. Only the handful of black lives lost to police violence matter.

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