I have already posted about 5 new pages on my science site, and am now working on this paper on the Successor Ideology.
If you haven’t heard of it, it is a new term coined last year by Wesley Yang as an umbrella term for all the “radical” stuff going on now, including BLM, critical race theory, cultural Marxism, transgender promotion, and all the rest. Yang admits this movement has replaced or displaced old-style liberalism, but he conspicuously (I would say) diverts you away from what I have been warning: this has all been manufactured by Intelligence to purposely create division and divert attention away from the usual suspects. Also to finally destroy old-style liberalism.
You can see this by taking the link from Wikipedia to a discussion at the Manhattan Institute that includes Yang as well as two MI spooks Reihan Salam and Coleman Hughes and NYT spook Ross Douthat. All these guys misdirect the entire time, never getting near the question of source. Or, by context, they imply it must be a natural outcome, arising organically out of academia and grassroots activism. But of course it isn't. Anyone awake can see the fingerprints of Intel all over this. Zerohedge is partially republishing a piece by Matt Taibbi that misdirects you from the CIA in the same way. Taibbi suggests conservatives are missing the point by “hyperventilating about critical race theory”, but like the rest he misses the nut: this was all cooked up by Intelligence to sow fear and dissension.
Which means the conservatives have it about right. Although the conservative commentary is also paid to miss the CIA connection, they do understand this is about sowing dissension. They do realize it is about starting race, sex, and party wars, to keep your eyes off the very rich. But since much of the commentary from the right comes from the Republican Party, or what used to be the Republican Party, they can't really put a target on the rich. They ARE the rich. So they are put in the curious position of outing the cooked up civil war while skipping who cooked it. You can see this every night from Tucker Carlson, as the rich boy pretends to out the rich and powerful while interviewing someone from the Hoover Institution. Only my readers can spot the contradiction, and the line Tucker can never cross over.