Estragos supremacistas de la doxa victimista
Teresita Dussart 1
An outbreak of racialism like never before threatens peaceful coexistence in several democratic countries in the northern hemisphere. The rise of the anti-fa discourse of hyperbolization of racial identity, or rather, of skin color as a totalizing reference of the human person, erases decades, if not centuries of post-ethnic national integration. Faced with the manifestations of anti-black and anti-white racism, the destruction of statues that are part of the intimate memory of each nation, the obligation of “whites” to kneel in the name of a supposed congenital guilt, the demand imposed on African Americans or Europeans to endorse chaos, so as not to be denigrated as “Uncle Sam” or another humiliating nickname, the air is becoming rarer. Outside the doxa of victimization, all that remains is the leap to censorship.