All were based on facts.
All were intended to demolish leftist political use of race, groupism and collectivism, and to reinforce why we must all regard each other as individuals and not members of any group or class.
Here's a quote from one of the posts which perfectly sums up this position:
All people deserve equal treatment.That's a quote from Nigel Hawkes, the Chief Health Editor of the London Times.
But that is not quite the same as saying they are all equal.
The error comes in taking a group difference, which may or may not be real, and using it to judge the worth of individuals.
That is racism.
He is 100% correct. And no racist. Quite the opposite.
Group differences are real.
They are reasons to do away with groupist quotas, set-asides and with affirmative action, and to re-invigorate the marketplace with meritocratic practices which correctly judge individuals as individuals with NO attention paid to their membership in any group, race or class.