Huffington Post Writer Calls Hurricane Matthew ‘Racist’


Most people trust the scientific community to explain the cause of hurricanes. They claim that a combination of warm water and cyclonic winds cause the violent storms.

According to the Huffington Post's Aura Bogado, they're also wrong. She think's its racism:‎

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Bogado's advocacy against natural disasters was quickly pointed out by watchful advocates, such as the following:

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Of course, where you find one braindead liberal you will find many more, like the following believer in ‘environmental racism':

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Finally, another liberal writer, The Atlantic's Vann R. Newkirk II, came to the rescue, defining the term for the others who apparently thought the the term meant that Mother Nature was out to get them:

“As per its coiner Ben Chavis, environmental racism is situation of poor minority communities in areas of higher environmental risk that can come about [in] 3 ways, most of which happen all at once. 1) Marginalization, 2) Degradation of protections 3) Making environment worse. Looking globally at the effects of colonialism, exploitation, and climate change in the Caribbean and the global South, you can see it. Bonus: It doesn't mean that hurricanes are racist or that racist ppl plan hurricanes, but that our society tends toward env disaster for POC.”

There it is.

With Social Justice Warriors (SJW), everything comes down to blame, and somehow, that blame always finds its way to white people. Because of white male colonialism, and white male environmental practices, Haiti was ill-prepared for hurricane Matthew.

Not caring about storms that kill white people? Now that's environmental racism.

Source: Daily Wire



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