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By Jeff Davidson,

The self-hate that so many liberal Caucasian have for themselves is among the strangest oddities of our times. Multi-millions of individuals loathe themselves because of their white skin color. They’ve been taught — more accurately, brainwashed — to view their skin color and ethnicity as inherently damaging to society. To them, by virtue of their birth alone, they are a cultural blight.

This massive self-hate group is mostly comprised of Democrats who form the core of cancel culture. They seek to politically and financially assassinate any person, place, or idea that they deem to be offensive to others, and ironically, not necessarily directly offensive to themselves.

This throng is so large, that it completely dwarfs hate groups on the Left such as Antifa (merely an “idea” to Joe Biden), Black Lives Matter, and other Leftist militants; and the Aryan Nation, KKK, and right-wing militants.

The Self-Appointed

They act this way because they are self-appointed guardians of what they believe is justice, fairness, and inclusiveness throughout society.

Meanwhile it is eye-opening to hear about minorities who are aghast at what the white majority has sought to cancel primarily because the white majority felt it was offensive to select minorities. You do not favor The Cat in the Hat? On January 21, 2015, Michelle Obama invited The Cat in the Hat characters to the White House to read to young students as part of her ‘Let’s Move, Let’s Read!’ initiative. She stated, “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.”

Did anybody in attendance, including Ms. Obama, deem such characters to be portraying racial stereotypes? Was anyone in attendance offended, insulted, or outraged? As it turns, the opposite was true.

So, how did The Cat in the Hat and other Dr. Seuss books, and his characters suddenly become “racist” when not a single word changed, in any of his books? The answer is that the largest hate group in America, self-loathing liberal Caucasians, also hate everything that they even suspect somehow disparages minorities.

Too Strange for Fiction

These liberal Caucasians hate themselves and yet they feel morally superior to everyone else. As such, they exhibit a strange psycho-social phenomenon that researchers and academics likely will be studying for decades, if not centuries: How a hate group, so large, consisting of individuals programmed to hate themselves, en masse, decided to trash any aspect of society that they feel doesn’t meet their subjective “standards.”

These standards spread via the internet like kudzu and become entrenched as part of liberal, Leftist, defacto doctrine. And who among them can debate doctrine?

We on the right view this phenomenon with near incredulity. How can so many people so thoroughly hate themselves for phantom transgressions that they have not committed?

In A Distant Era

As they engage in ostracism, boycotts, and cancel culture, it’s difficult to know when the dam will burst. You see, these self-loathing Caucasians gain positive strokes from one another, virtue signals, and undeniable acceptance for being a part of the “morally superior” strain of humanity.

This group is hellbent on its righteous mission and knows deep down that they’re on the “right side of history.” Actually, they’re on the right side of cultural lunacy. Will it ever end? Your guess is as good as anyone’s. We can only hope that one by one enough of them will awake from their stupor.



Jeff Davidson is “The Work-Life Balance Expert®” and the premier thought leader on work-life balance, integration, and harmony. Jeff speaks to organizations that seek to enhance their overall productivity by improving the effectiveness of their people. He is the author of Breathing Space, Simpler Living, Dial it Down, and Everyday Project Management.


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