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Labelling all white women Karens is racist and typical of the sneering woke warriors who think they’re better than you

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07.07.2020

It’s an equation that makes no sense. Racism plus more racism equals a better world.

Yet for some unfathomable reason, it makes sense to the BBC. Promoting its No Country for Young Women podcast, they shared a clip of the current episode.

In it, host Sadia Azmat asked contributors Amelia Dimoldenberg and Dr Charlotte Riley, ‘How can white women not be Karens?’

For those new to the term, Karen is a shorthand way of describing a middle-aged white woman regarded as having a “loud” voice.

Initially, the stereotype was the sort of woman who wouldn’t be shy to demand the manager’s attention if her souffle was overbaked. At best, it was misogynistic and patronising.

But the liberal mob have slathered on another layer by hijacking the term. So a Karen is now also a racist. The thinking is if you don’t go through your day acknowledging your white privilege, then you’re part of the problem.

When I first saw the clip circulated online, I genuinely thought it was a parody about “educated fools” discussing racism. To my horror, it wasn’t. It’s offensive to all, but particularly white women.

UK Conservative MP Ben Bradley even cancelled his TV licence, which helps to fund the BBC, after watching it.

What was the BBC thinking?

One of the........

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