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RACE NARRATIVE BACKFIRE: DEI “expert on white supremacy” complains that nobody will hire him because he’s white
By Ethan Huff // Jun 04, 2024

An almost contrived-seeming DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) encounter took place on the X platform this week between a fair-skinned "expert on white supremacy" and the "far right" in desperate need of a job, and a presumably person-of-color (POC) female who currently holds a high-level, tenure-track position at Yale University.

A white-looking guy named David Austin Walsh who has written entire books about how bad he thinks white people are started complaining on social media about how none of the 40-something jobs he says he has applied for so far this year are willing to hire him because his skin is not dark or ethnic enough.

"I mean, I applied to something like 40 jobs this year – all but four of them were AfAm and / or race / ethnicity positions, and despite my work explicitly being about white supremacy I stand no chance of being hired for those positions," Walsh tweeted.

The anti-white crusader was met with harsh POC backlash, including from a "Science & Technology" account that mocked Walsh for thinking that his reward in life would be a cushy sinecure.

Another user chimed in following a discourse that Walsh had with the Yalie who sarcastically and pridefully mocked his expectations while seemingly laughing the entire time about the irony of the conversation.

"Academic who researches the right realizes he can't get a job because he's a white male," another X user wrote in jest about the exchange. "He complains, gets laughed at by a woman at Yale. He accuses her of 'punching down' at him, thinking lack of employment makes up for his race and sex. Talk about a teachable moment."

(Related: Did you know that in 2020, U.S. companies spent $8 billion spreading anti-white DEI propaganda?)

Rejecting your own skin color, gender is a mental disorder

Walsh definitely got a healthy serving of humble pie on X while learning a much-needed lesson about the pitfalls of trying to build your entire career on hating your own race and skin color.

What did Walsh think would happen by crusading for years against his own skin color and sex? Did he really think that the non-whites he helped push to the front of the line were going to accept him with open arms and give him the job of his dreams?

Walsh wrote in a separate tweet during his exchange with the Yalie that he is 35 years old, a four-year-plus post-PhD, and "a white dude."

"Combine those factors together and I'm for all intents and purposes unemployable as a 20th-century American historian," Walsh complained.

Following the exchange, Walsh decided to delete the entire thread and apologize and grovel on X for it, calling it "a bad idea" that "came from a place of pain, anger, and frustration."

"It was fundamentally a breech [sic] of solidarity on my part," Walsh continued, apparently returning to his self-hating ways. "We all know that history in particular – and the humanities in general – are dying."

"We all know that the university itself is a profoundly unequal and unfair institution ... We all know that the academy is random, cruel, and chaotic and we all know the reasons why: austerity, corporatization, RW (right-wing) assaults on higher education."

One outside commenter could not help but notice that the whole conversation almost seemed set up to create a strawman of a "White Male Karen" to beat down, "which is then what proceeds to happen."

"It's already a well-worn trope that Whites who engage in self-hatred and Rainbow Coalition Alliance-type behavior will be relegated to a severe fulfillment of their deepest masochism, so why dredge this up now as if it were relevant in the face of far more pressing problems?"

White supremacy is a myth. Learn more at Propaganda.news.

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