One of the tactics Progressives use in their win-at-all-cost war against freedom and sovereignty is redefinition. They are routinely redefining words and phrases so that they have more force to their ideological objectives. An excellent example of this comes to us in the subject of "racism."
Today, most on the Left believe that racism -- both the term and the act -- excludes the White demographic. If you are Black, Asian, American Indian, Indian, Hispanic, etc. you can be the victim of racism. If you are White you cannot.
Yet, the definition of racism is: "prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against someone of a different race based on the belief that one's own race is superior."
That definition doesn't exclude the White demographic. It is clear. If you view a person in a derogatory manner because of the color of his/her skin you are practicing racism. If you are elevating your race over any or all others, you are practicing racism.
So, that understood, how is the Black Lives Matter cult not a racist organization? How is the modern day NAACP not a racist organization. And why isn't the Congressional Black Caucus considered a racist organization? Each of these organization either attempts to elevate the Black demographic, or marginalize the White demographic. That is the epitome of the definition of racism.
And what of the canard of "White privilege"? Does the advancement of that false narrative not attempt to portray one racial demographic as being above all others?
The reason these groups can get away with these acts is because Progressives, who control the media and the education system, have "massaged" the definition of racism.
ThoughtCo.com explains it thusly: "[I]n response to living in a racially stratified society, people of color sometimes complain about whites. Typically, such complaints serve as coping mechanisms to withstand racism rather than as anti-white bias. Even when minorities are actually prejudiced against whites, they lack the institutional power to adversely affect Whites' lives."
In a nutshell, Blacks (or any other non-White demographic, for that matter) can't be racist, and if they seem to be racist it's the fault of the White demographic's perception and past.
Where true racism is the practice of viewing your world through the lens of skin color -- any skin color, racism in the Progressive sphere is discriminatory against the White demographic simply for political and ideological purposes.
Another example of redefinition is Obamacare. Progressives and Democrats keep talking about the law being about healthcare when, in reality, it is only about health insurance coverage. Access to actual healthcare has become more difficult under the law with more need being created than service providers can supply. Yet, we are being led to believe the law is about healthcare.
Progressives, in everything they do, are deceptive, and when their deception doesn't do the trick, they change the definitions and the rules. This is why Progressivism is poison to a free and/or sovereign society.