How the media build the anti-white narrative

How many times were the terms "white people" and "racism/racist(s)" used by The New York TImes and others since 1970 to 2019? Here you have a few graphs to understand how the media build the narrative.


As you can see, the exponential curve started to grow rapidly since 2014. Have Americans gone insane and suddenly turned into recalcitrant racists? Where were the racists when Obama was twice elected president?

A similar phenomenom can be found in Europe, where by around the same time everybody started to to talk about a resurgence of Nazis and fascists throughout the continent.

Interestingly, 2014-2015 is also the time when SJWs started to spread through the media like a virus and journalism gradually shifted from reporting facts to political activism.

The following graphs show what "white peopple/American(s)" is the strongest predictor of "racism/racist(s)" usage frequency.

This is what happens with The New York Times, The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Wall Street Journal when you add blacks:


And here, when Latinos, Hispanics, and Asians are added to the graph:


This is why, since Trump was elected president, the current wave of racism is nothing but a fabrication from the media and left-wing activists to overwhelm the American people with crisis after crisis until they feel so sick of it they vote for the very same people who created all the mess. Is that how democracy works?

Source: Graphs by Zach Goldberg
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