Another good read on modern history.
I imagine that most people in this sphere are pretty familiar with the origins of the US Civil Rights Act of 1964. If not, you should look into the Warren Court, lobbyists like Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and early Civil Rights movements like the NAACP. Also, bear in mind that America’s elite colleges had been infested with Leftists since the 1930s and 40s, at least.
As covered in my recent article on Anglosphere immigration laws, similar acts were passed throughout the West during the 60s and 70s as part of the wider postwar “Civil Rights” (anti-White) Revolution, which continues to this day and recently culminated in the worldwide anti-White “Black Lives Matter” insurrection of 2020–2021.
“Civil Rights” laws passed throughout the Anglosphere include the Canadian Human Rights Act of 1977, Australian Racial Discrimination Act of 1975, New Zealand Race Relations Act of 1971, and…
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