I fear at some point the Wokeists will set their sights on the polling industry. Incredulity at the very existence of the (partially publicly-funded) GSS has been noted in the comments many times over the years here.
In this vein, an empirical look at the scourge of anti-Semitism reveals it to be disturbingly darker than blue checkmarked members of the 2% often insinuate. The following graph shows the percentages of people, by selected demographic characteristics, who think it is anti-Semitic “to deny the historical fact of the Holocaust”:
One-quarter of respondents said they were “not sure”, and that figure was higher among low-information demographics such as young people and non-whites. Still, the contemporary zeitgeist conceives the Holocaust as second maybe only to slavery as America’s greatest sin. Being agnostic about the Holocaust is scarcely any more tolerable than being unsure of whether or not ending slavery was a good thing. There is exactly one opinion Americans are allowed to have about the Holocaust and precisely one opinion they are allowed to have about slavery.
That non-whites are more tolerant of Holocaust skepticism than whites are, and that moderates and conservatives are more tolerant of Holocaust skepticism than liberals are allows us to deduce that white liberals will brook no dissent on the subject, while non-white Democrats are open to discussing it. This will increasingly come to be a point of contention among various factions within the intersectional coalition.
Is it plausible that at some point in the future, as whites become a minority, the distinction between white Jew and white gentile will be lost on most of the population? Most people will be non-white at that point, after all. Complaints about anti-Semitism will be viewed by most as a cynical way for a subset of white oppressors to play the victim. And to make matters worse, it will tend to be the most privileged white people who try to pull the ploy off!
Even if that seems far-fetched, being bearish on the future rhetorical and political power of Holocaust invocation is not. Old white liberals reject any and all critical discussion of the tragedy. Young non-whites don’t think it’s that big of a deal.
Parenthetically, some may be wondering how America, having played a decisive role in ending the Holocaust, is blamed for its occurrence. Well, you may also wonder why you are today called a nazi for believing the same things your grandfather–who fought the nazis–believed. And that just proves what a bad person you are.