Random Quotations – Racial Issues – June 29th, 2021

Six items in total…

“George Floyd doesn’t matter; he was a roach who was justly eliminated. He lost any pretense to mattering the moment he embarked on his criminal career as a sick psychopath. The fact that these earnest Christians valorize him and idealize him to the extent that they do shows the sickness in themselves: their lack of self-respect; their obsession with guilt; their willingness to sell out their racial kin in the name of a remote and thin abstraction. Soul-sick men like this are symptoms of the unhealthy nature of our society; if incurable, they are tumors needing to be excised.” – Douglas Mercer, “Traitors and cowards in Christ” – National Vanguard, June 15th, 2021.

“Antifa militants attacked police in Portland, Oregon, after news broke of a deadly police shooting – forcing the department to quickly announce that it was a ‘white male’ to prevent riots, according to police and reports… The officer who fired the fatal shot was black, and was placed on paid administrative leave, which is standard practice…” – Thomas Lifson, “Portland cops tell Antifa there’s no need to riot, cause the guy we just killed was white” – American Thinker, June 26th, 2021.

“Since we have been unwilling to say that [races differ in ability], we have been defenseless against claims that racism is to blame for unequal outcomes… If whites dare not deny that the races are perfectly equal, they have no answer to hustlers who blame whites for every black (and Hispanic) failing… IQ tests measure intelligence; they are not biased against non-whites; and on average, Asians are smarter than whites, who are smarter than Hispanics, who are smarter than blacks.” – Jared Taylor, “Two cheers for Charles Murray” – Unz Review, June 23rd, 2021.

“Now black basketball sports talker Jalen Rose says roundballer Kevin Love is a token white selection to the Olympic squad. Nobody’s going to disagree with Jalen out loud for fear of being called racist (even if he’s right, which he is), but what about when a less qualified black person gets a job ahead of a better qualified white person, or when better qualified Asians are turned away from Harvard/Stanford/Yale in favor of unqualified or less qualified blacks?… It’s called affirmative action, and if it’s wrong applied to basketball, then it’s wrong everywhere else. Can we now start talking about token blacks?” – Richard Jack Rail, “Time to finally have that national conversation on race?” – American Thinker, June 27th, 2021.

“Blacks themselves are furious over being at the bottom of society, also with no prospects, a condition they blame, with encouragement from the media, on racism. If this were the case, it would be easy to correct.”
And…
“The United States today is bent to the breaking point under many stresses other than racial. Severe economic uncertainty, declining standards of living, growing economic inequality, crushing debt loads to include student debt that hinders normal formation of families, hatred – not too strong a word – between Trump people and the coastal elites who rule the country, actual poverty in Appalachia, the Rust Belt, and the rural South, large and growing homeless populations, immigration, and the recent discovery that America consists of many cultures that do not like each other…” – Fred Reed, “Blackness fatigue: Enough is too much” – Unz Review, June 24th, 2021.

“The report’s conclusions were somewhat odd and it would be interesting to know who wrote it and whether there was any dissent over what it included. Presumably, no one was empowered to suggest that surging black violence over the past year is a major ‘domestic terror’ issue. The conclusion therefore was skewed – while no one would deny that there have been violent incidents involving white racist group (sic) and individuals, they are far outnumbered by the deaths that have taken place due to the black lives matter movement, which both government and corporate America have embraced. Given that, the targeting of ‘white’ groups must be considered to be essentially political, particularly insofar as the White House and Attorney General Merrick Garland have made every effort to link the ‘racist-extremists’ to the Republican Party and more particularly to Donald Trump.” – Philip Giraldi Ph.D, “More on domestic terrorism: Who will be the target?” – Unz Review, June 24th, 2021.