Merriam-Webster Agrees to Change Definition of 'Racism' After Woman ComplainsChris Menahan
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Remarkably, this is not satire.
From KMOV 4:
The dictionary defines racism as "a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race."The term racism is said to have originated with communist Leon Trotsky in 1933, but it was only popularized rather recently by Trotsky's bedfellows in the US media.
Here's a Webster's dictionary purportedly from 1955 showing the term "racism" didn't even exist:
The New York Times' Chronicle, which mapped out what percentage of Times articles included specific words over the years, showed they didn't start pushing the term until around the mid 1960's:
As the Times' Chronicle feature produced embarrassing results such as those above, the viewer was disabled shortly after it was released but newer independent software has shown similar results:
"Racism" is an interesting word in that it has no set definition. What was considered perfectly normal a few years ago is now considered "racist."
The definition of what is "racist" is constantly expanding. The latest iteration of "racism" is "white silence" -- which is described as "violence."
Meanwhile, New York Times writer Nikole Hannah-Jones (who was just given a Pulitzer Prize) said recently that the violent destruction of property by rioters "is not violence" because the property "can be replaced."
Considering how rapidly this cultural revolution is taking place, how long will we have to wait before Merriam-Webster changes the definition of "violence" to include "white silence" and throws in an exemption for property destruction?
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