The Unz Review:ㅤThe Unbearable Whiteness of Being Outdoors, by Jared Taylor

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The Unz Review:ㅤThe Unbearable Whiteness of Being Outdoors, by Jared Taylor

28-03-24 04:00:00,

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Last week I told you that the famous Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge has issued a warning to viewers of this John Constable painting of Hampstead Heath.

It has a “darker side” because it implies that “only those with a historical tie to the land have a right to belong [in Britain].” This painting is from around 1820. I guess Constable should have included some Pakistanis.

This ridiculous “warning” is part of a ridiculous fashion of claiming that the British countryside “excludes” non-whites. The latest salvo was a report to Parliament by Wildlife and Countryside Link, a coalition of 80 nature organizations.

The report makes novel arguments.

Did you know that “Racist colonial legacies continue to frame nature in the UK as a ‘white space’, and people of colour as ‘out of place’ ”?

Or that “there are multiple, intersecting barriers that can prevent ethnically diverse people — that means non-whites — from accessing urban and rural green spaces”?

And that there is therefore a “moral imperative to include people and communities who have been historically excluded”?

Who is barring Africans from parks and pushing Muslims off hiking trail?

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