Random Quotations – Racial Issues – June 4th, 2021

Five items in total…

“What does race realism mean to me? It means I believe racial differences are real, culture is a product of biology, and different races are largely incompatible. Furthermore, white culture and white people are worth fighting for. During these dark times, we have to be smart and strategic about how we fight, but fight we must.” – David Gonzaga, “Why I no longer ignore the reality of race” – American Renaissance, May 22nd, 2021.

“The reason why Blacks are underrepresented among neurosurgeons, for example, is the same reason they are overrepresented in the NBA, the NFL, and in many areas of entertainment. It is fundamentally a matter of inclination, availability, skill, and talent.” – Vasko Kohlmayer, “No race has ever done more for another race than White Americans have done for Black” – American Thinker, May 24th, 2021.

“History doesn’t change to fit our wishes. We wish whites hadn’t imported blacks as slaves and had not changed immigration policy in 1965. However, in a multiracial society, history often isn’t about facts. It’s a weapon. A story about the past justifies current policy. When history doesn’t provide a suitably horrific example, invent one… There’s one official history. There’s one group anyone can attack without consequences. Yesterday’s event brought it all together.” – Gregory Hood, “The Tulsa libel” – Unz Review, June 2nd, 2021.

“For five years, or even ten years, any person with a little backbone can grit his teeth, shut out most of the poison, and keep his heart and his mind on his work. But what about working for 25 years, or 40 years, or a whole lifetime? How does one keep the flame of idealism burning with a pure light then? How does one pass that flame undimmed along to the next generation of strugglers? One does it only if somewhere there is a center of strength and purity which does not change, a center from which one can draw inspiration and guidance, because it is a center from which everything alien and unhealthy has been excluded.” – The late Dr. William Pierce, “White Zion, part 2: A White survival strategy” – quoted by Kevin Alfred Strom in the National Vanguard on May 29th, 2021.

“A black student filed a complaint against me, accusing me of racism. The head of my university’s Affirmative Action program asked me if I was racist. I replied that I did not like jerks, and that the student was a jerk who happened to be black. It’s noteworthy that when blacks treat you with disrespect or scorn, they get very angry when you respond in kind. I had had it with the infantile, entitled, and narcissistic attitude she was displaying and I made that clear in front of the entire class. One white student thanked me afterwards for speaking up and putting an end to such disrespectful behavior… Most blacks have an entitlement problem. They feel that they can behave in any way they want because they are black, and if you call them out, they accuse you of racism.” – Mikel Hartza, “A White immigrant learns about race” – American Renaissance, May 29th, 2021.