Chris Roberts, American Renaissance, June 12, 2020
[The] hostility of non-whites to symbols and icons of white heritage lays bare the fallacy of the ‘multiracialism’ our political and cultural elites promote. Its premise is that different races and ethnic groups can all ‘get along’ with each other, that they can live together in egalitarian harmony . . . . the reality is that the egalitarianism and universalism of the ‘civil rights’ era have led to the rediscovery of race and the rebirth of racial consciousness among non-whites and hence to the animosity that non-whites feel toward whites and their heritage. — From “The War on White Heritage,” by Samuel T. Francis, July 2000
Sam Francis was writing about the United States. Even he would probably not have imagined that 20 years later, the same animosity would be erupting in other countries as well.