The contradictions of “cancel culture”: Where elite liberalism goes to die

The Washington Post, which analyzed the public records of 125 defendants charged with taking part in the storming of the Capital on Jan. 6, found that “nearly 60 percent of the people facing charges related to the Capitol riot showed signs of prior money troubles, including bankruptcies, notices of eviction or foreclosure, bad debts, or unpaid taxes over the past two decades.”

The contradictions of “cancel culture”: Where elite liberalism goes to die

The Assassinations of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.

The Assassinations of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.

At the time of their assassinations, both Martin Luther King and Malcolm X were embarking on a course in opposition to the capitalist system. It is clear from reading and listening to their final speeches that they had both evolved to similar conclusions as to capitalism’s role in the maintenance of racism. That is why they were neutralized.