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“The law is in manifest contradiction with itself because what its language requires – non-discrimination – will never produce what social dogma demands: equal results. Whenever the law of non-discrimination conflicts with the dogma of equal results, it is the law that must be changed, reinterpreted, or simply ignored. Thus, in the name of non-discrimination America practices discrimination; in the name of equality it practices injustice. The results are hypocrisy, cynicism, and a seething resentment that will only grow with the passage of time.” – Marian Evans, “The nightmare world of anti-discrimination law” – American Renaissance, February 28th, 2021; first posted in May 1992.
“What goes by the genteel name of ‘Affirmative Action’ or, more recently, ‘equity,’ is really a racial spoils system. It’s just so many pigs at the trough, eating the White man out of house and home.” – Chris Rossetti, “The great dispossession” – National Vanguard, March 5th, 2021.
“Inoue’s central premise can be boiled down to one idea: Teaching students the English language is inherently racist, something magnified when teachers expect non-White students to perform competently in English.” – Andrea Widburg, “It turns out that writing well is inherently racist” – American Thinker, March 6th, 2021.
“Yes, even in 2021, men still kill women, men still believe that women are the cause of their problems, desires, and temptations. Men kill women they are attracted to, it happens all the time, every day around the world, in every culture, in every country… For media and politicians, however, this is a crime that has only to do with racism. Our society has convinced itself that racism is everywhere, lies at the root of every interaction, every relationship, every emotion. So that’s what they’re telling us.” – Libby Emmons, “The media is desperate to call everything ‘white supremacy’ and they won’t let facts get in the way” – The Post Millennial, March 18th, 2021.
“Systemic racism,’ now tops the hierarchy of ‘racisms.’ It’s a worldview that sees bigotry absolutely everywhere in American society – which means that there are endless opportunities for people to carve out niches in the ‘anti-racism business.’ The practice of ‘anti-racism’ in America resembles a never-ending game of ‘whack-a-mole.’ One of these pesky little critters pops up and you whack him down. Another immediately pops up somewhere else. A ‘diversity professional,’ you might say, has a full-time job of playing whack-a-mole. It’s good work, if you can get it.” – Stephen Paul Foster, “I’m an academic – and a race realist” – American Renaissance, March 6th, 2021.
“Mos-Shogbamimu went on to explain that ‘As a Black woman, I am so used to all the nuances of racism that vary from person to person. There is obvious racism, but there is also a more subtle form of racism, which can best be described as a form of white violence.’ When racism becomes ‘more subtle,’ it presumably doesn’t involve physical attacks. So how can ‘more subtle’ racism be ‘best described’ as ‘white violence’? Very easily, to the mediocre intellect of Mos-Shogbamimu. She isn’t interested in reality and she doesn’t use words to reflect reality…” – Tobias Langdon, “Mediocre Meghan as microcosm: How Meghan Markle symbolizes black hatred of white civilization” – Occidental Observer, March 17th, 2021.