The Tragic Cancelling of Dr. Seuss

Tragically, Dr. Seuss Enterprises has bowed to cancel culture by removing six of his books from publication, claiming that they contain racist and insensitive imagery that portrays “people in ways that are hurtful and wrong.” This video takes a closer look at the work of Theodor Seuss Geisel, including “And To Think That I Saw It On Mulberry Street,” which is one of the six banned books. Thanks for watching.

2 Replies to “The Tragic Cancelling of Dr. Seuss”

  1. We don’t ask IF (White and only White) racism occurred. We must only ask HOW racism was manifested in this and EVERY situation.

    I think that’s straight up Robin D.

    I just listened to your talk with Benjamin Boyce.

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    1. I forgot to mention, James Lindsay and Helen Pluckrose pointed out that the blend of Critical Theory or Critical Social Justice Theory combined with applied activist Post-modernism, it isn’t exactly Marxist, it even goes against Marxism, but one foundational paradigm it borrows from Marxism is called Conflict Theory.

      In the original form, this is the unsolvable permanent conflict over oppression between the proletariat vs owners of capital. In the new form, this is the unsolvable permanent conflict over oppression between Whites vs non-Whites, between straight or cis-gender vs gay or null gender or non-binary, and all the others about which a relationship of unfair POWER and OPPRESSION can be described.

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