Ghanaian-Canadian Writer Exposes Ibram Kendi as False Prophet

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Ibram X Kendi is a Fake

Slow to Write

Samuel Sey is a writer who started his blog ‘Slow to Write’ 5 years ago. He is a Ghanian-Canadian who grew up fatherless but overcame these struggles. A college drop-out, he is a poignant writer with a deep Christian insight. He has been featured in The Daily Wire, The Christian Post, TheBlaze.com, and many others.

In his blog, he mentions that it has been 5 years since he ‘made a vow to become quick to listen, slow to speak, slow to anger—slow to write.’.

Perhaps in the tumult of all the noise surrounding CRT and racism, his voice is important in sharing unique insights about CRT and its errors.

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Kendi’s How to be an Anti Racist

Ibram Kendi, whose original name is Ibram Henry Rogers, is in hot water for deleting a post he shared that contradicted his stance on systemic racism. Later on, he turns against his detractors by blocking them from his Twitter account or presenting himself on the side of the oppressed.

It’s hard to see, though, how charging USD 20,000 per hour puts you on the side of the oppressed.

Samuel Sey, on the other hand, is unabashedly Christian and squashes Kendi’s racist rhetoric in this article book review of Kendi’s book, ‘How to be an Anti Racist’.

Sey dissects the definitions of racism by Kendi. Kendi’s definition of racism in his book: “racism is a marriage of racist policies and racist ideas that produces and normalizes racial inequities…racial inequities is when two or more racial groups are not standing on approximately equal footing…[and] a racist policy is any measure that produces or sustains racial inequity between racial groups.” 

If it sounds fanatical, because it is. Sey calls out Kendi’s bluff by calling it for what it is. Sey writes, “Racist policies against black Americans are dead. Today, they’re just ghosts summoned by antiracists to scare black people—ghosts summoned to shame white people into submitting to their agenda.

And that agenda is unmistakably Marxist. In fact, according to How to Be an Antiracist, if you’re not a Marxist, you’re a racist.”

Spot on.

In fact, Kendi states that racism justifies racism, “If racial discrimination is defined as treating, considering, or making a distinction in favour or against an individual based on that person’s race, then racial discrimination is not inherently racist. The defining question is whether the discrimination is creating equity or inequity. If discrimination is creating equity, then it is antiracist. If discrimination is creating inequity, then it is racist.”

He also says: “the only remedy to racist discrimination is antiracist discrimination. The only remedy to past discrimination is present discrimination. The only remedy for present discrimination is future discrimination.”

Kendi simply means that if I am being racist, it’s justified. However, Sey knows better. He quotes the letter of St. Paul to the Romans, “Do not repay anyone evil for evil. Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everyone. If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: ‘It is mine to avenge; I will repay,’ says the Lord.” (Romans 12:17-19)

Personal Character

Race is fundamental to who we are, but it is not entirely what we are. What we are, ultimately, comes from our decisions, and whether they are justifiable or not. And if Ibram Kendi chooses to view everything in the lens of race, we know for a fact that he is a racist because he chose to be one.  

Do read the full article of Samuel Sey here, plus his other collections of write-ups exposing the falsehood of CRT and antiracism. 

Reactions to Antiracism

If racism is as common as Ibram X. Kendi claims it is, maybe the biggest evidence of that is that so many people love his racist books.

Samuel Sey

With CRT as a big topic of discussion today, here is an interesting interview on a biblical response to critical race theory from Samuel Sey, a leading voice on the issue.

My Faith Votes

With Ibram X. Kendi in the news, I thought you all would like to again see how “equity” and “antiracism” pays. ⁦@fcpsnews⁩ paid Kendi $20,000 for one-hour virtual call. We broke the news last year in ⁦@Quillette⁩. I uploaded the receipts here…

Asra Q. Nomani

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