Taxi Searchers – Ch. 5: Conclusion pt. II | | Rhode Island Media Cooperative
Purchase the book containing bonus content via Amazon! What is to be discerned from this juxtaposition? I would suggest, in line with Fanon, that the neurosis of white supremacy created either a blank spot, a moment where this Euro-American progressive voting demographic simply missed the latter passage or, perhaps more darkly, allowed for it because they agreed with it. Either way, we are dealing with a political figure who engineered one of the most successful advertising campaigns in modern American political history and became president by trying to appeal to every possible segment of the Euro-American voting public while in reality executing a series of policies that only the most hawkish would find agreement with. Perhaps a more famous quote attributed to Fanon provides insights: Sometimes people hold a core belief that is very strong. When they are presented with evidence that works against that belief, the new evidence cannot be accepted. It would create a feeling that is