CNN uses the Census to Spin Anti-White Propaganda
William Davis -- May 21, 2010
A national census should be nothing more than a statistical exercise, arousing no more emotion than renewing one's driver's license. However, given the fact that the US has become a cauldron of competing ethnic interests where anti-White hostility is the norm for the mainstream media, it has aroused all sorts of controversies, especially among liberals with the usual axes to grind.
The mainstream media is using the census as a teachable moment to spin propaganda on multiculturalism and the 'destiny' of the United States as a non-White and miscegenated country. An example that I cannot not resist discussing is CNN.com's series "Census: Who Am I?" It asks some prominent — and not so prominent — figures their opinion on the 2010 US census. Each article is filled with the usual multicultural mantras such as "what we do matters more than labels," "I can't fit in a single box on a census form" or " “‘where are you from' is not the right question."
It is so obviously biased that out of the twenty essays currently on display, only five are written by Whites — not a random selection of Whites, of course, but Whites who have been carefully selected to exhibit appropriate White guilt or who, as victims themselves, can be safely counted on to be sympathetic to all things multicultural. At times the articles are nothing but rabid anti-White rant. (more...)
Sounds like Soledad O'Brien's Special Victims Unit put that Show together.