Razib offers the nuanced approach of a thoughtful, hyper intelligent politically conservative Asian in reacting to a 'controversial' Stephen Colbert tweet. The relevant background is here, or just watch this five minute exchange between a self-styled Asian millennial activist and a cookie-cutter SWPL:
The exact building attributes of the oppression hierarchy skyscraper don't interest me as much as the hope, however faint or quixotic, that the whole edifice might someday come crashing down.
As the clip above illustrates, the cultural marxism of the Cathedral has now entered its the beginnings of its Protestant phase. There are no longer white saints like Stephen Colbert on the one hand and white sinners like Jason Richwine on the other. Just because the former mocks the latter's racism and the latter putatively embraces it does not mean that one goes to heaven and the other goes to purgatory if he prostrates himself and grovels enough, or, in Richwine's particular case, unapologetically straight to hell. That's the old Catholic model.
In the new reformation, minorities are angels (occupying different rings of Paradise in line with the aforementioned oppression hierarchy skyscraper) and whites--all of them--are fallen beings. When the SWPL host hubristically challenges Suey's argument, she answers his sacrilege by declaring "it's incredibly patronizing for you to paint these questions this way, especially as a white man. I don't expect you to be able to understand what people of color are actually seeing."
Let he who is without sin cast the first stone has become, in Suey Park's more snarky contemporary rendition, "I'm glad that white liberals feel like they are less racist because they can joke about people who are more explicitly racist but that actually does nothing to help".
Sola gratia. You see, my child, it is by the grace of the oppressed alone that whites may be saved.