[quote name='QueenTiye' date='Oct 27 2005, 11:00 AM'][quote name='Howling Mad' date='Oct 25 2005, 05:46 PM']Can we agree that one form of "unfair competition" would be Affirmative Action? Which is one manifestation of the disenfranchisement of white people, by the way.[/quote]
I can agree that affirmative action can be seen as "unfair competition." I cannot agree that it represents disenfranchisement of white people.[/quote]
How can it not
be disenfranchisement? When blacks suspect that the political process and government institutions discriminate against them, they are said to be disenfranchised; so how can it be that whites are not subjected to precisely the same disenfranchisement when they are also subjected to discrimination under the political process and by government institutions, which is just what affirmative action does?
[quote][quote]And by "a climate where one's superiority is used to bash others", would we be talking about a media which, in the mainstream, misreports the outcomes of news stories to cast white racists in the worst possible light while giving the soft touch to crimes committed by non-whites at the same event?
And yet you said that this:
[quote name='QueenTiye' date='Oct 25 2005, 11:32 AM']There is only one reason - fear. In this country - white extremists, and the more moderate types who tolerated them, caused terrible things to happen. The KKK isn't a figment of our collective imaginations, and the lynchings, bombings, and other terror tactics they practiced in support of white supremacy isn't a figment of our collective imagination.[/quote]
Was a red herring?
Media misrepresentation, if it is that, is based entirely on this concept of fear. It is not a red herring - its a fact of history.[/quote]
It was a red herring as related to the subject we were then discussing. It ceases to be one only if you're suggesting it as a new focus of the conversation.
[quote][quote]I did miss this, thanks for bringing it back to my attention. Unlike "Black History" subjects, white history is not taught in schools from a racial viewpoint.[/quote]
Have you ever considered the fact that NO history should be taught from a "racial" viewpoint? Black history is history. It ought to be included in the history that is taught, period. The fact that "Black history" persists in being a segregated topic is not a compliment to black people, even if many think it is.[/quote]
I agree 100%. Either no one's history should be given special focus as a seperate subject on racial grounds, or everyone's
[quote]"Black" historians turn up information like the stuff posted by gsmonks
in another thread, about St. George, the so-called "Black Mozart." Whereas - his story ought to be a part of history in the first place. So long as that is relegated to "Black history" there will persist in being a distortion of perception - black people persistently feeling like our history is being deliberately "whitewashed" and white people persistently wondering what it is that black folks are going on and on about - seeing as they just aren't aware of much of the history that black people make a point of learning.[/quote]
Which is why I agree with you wholeheartedly -- history should not be segregated if the people learning are going to have any success at desegregating themselves.
[quote][quote]See my previous post -- non-white racist organizations such as NAACP[/quote]
An organization founded by blacks and whites (mostly whites)? I don't think so.
[quote]and MALDEF are perfectly acceptable,[/quote]
I don't know what they are all about, so I have to refrain from commentary.[/quote]
Just because the genesis of the NAACP was assisted by white people doesn't mean that it focuses on furthering the interests of white people. MALDEF attempts to further the interests of hispanic people. These organizations are respected for furthering what are essentially racist agendas, but organizations in pursuit of the interests of white people almost exclusively
are labeled as racist and demonized on that point.
[quote][quote]whereas similar organizations for whites (such as NAAWP) are demonized.[/quote]
If the NAAWP was a benevolent organization doing all of the things they say in their first few bulletpoints, I'd probably have no problem with them. But the NAAWP also says:
[quote]*High, illegitimate, minority birthrates - if allowed to continue - will one day make them the majority and give them political control of our country - just as they now control major cities.[/quote]
That's an inherently hateful thing to say.[/quote]
It certainly is -- but here's some more:
Mario Obledo (former California secretary of health and welfare and co-founder of Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund: "We're going to take over all the political institutions of California. California is going to be a Hispanic state and anyone who doesn't like it should leave. If they [Anglos] don't like Mexicans, they ought to go back to Europe." [interviewed on radio station KIEV, Los Angeles, June 17, 1998.] (added 6/29/03)
Jeff Hitchcock (co-founder of the Center for the Study of White American Culture) -"There is plenty to blame whiteness for. There is no crime that whiteness has not committed against people of color. There is no crime that we have not committed even against ourselves. . . . We must blame whiteness for the continuing patterns today that deny the rights of those outside of whiteness and which damage and pervert the humanity of those of us within it." [Chris Weinkopf, "Whiteness Studies," Frontpagemag.com, June 25, 2003.] (added 6/29/03)
Gregory Jay (English professor at the University of Wisconsin, on the purpose of Whiteness Studies) - "to make visible the history and practices of white supremacy as found in social life, the law, literature, music, politics, and every other realm of our 'civilization.' " [Chris Weinkopf, "Whiteness Studies," Frontpagemag.com, June 25, 2003.] (added 6/29/03)
Stan Crock (correspondent in BusinessWeek's Washington bureau) - "minorities -- not whites -- should be the beneficiaries of both the 14th Amendment and the notion of "strict scrutiny" of racially tinged laws." [Stan Crock, The Real Affirmative Action Problem, BusinessWeek, May 30, 2003.] (added 6/29/03)
Haunani-Kay Trask (Professor of Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and author of the following poem)
Racist White Woman
I could kick
Your face, puncture
You deserve this kind
No more vicious
Just a knife
Slitting your tight
For all my people
Under your feet
For all those years
Lived smug and wealthy
Off our land
In your painted
[Ryan O'Donnell, "Hate America Professor," Frontpagemag.com, June 25, 2003.]
Samuel Lin (Asian student at the University of California at Berkeley on what should be done about white men who date Asian women) - "I think we should f---in' kill them all. Get your own ladies. Stick to your own flavor." [Carrie Chang, "White Light," Monolid Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 1.](added 4/10/03)
Carrie Chang (writer for Monolid Magazine on an Asian friend who dated white men) - "Suffice it to say, she was not the only Asian woman I had met with a hankering for Mr. Mayonnaise or marshmallow face." [Carrie Chang, "White Light," Monolid Magazine, Vol. 2, No. 1.] (added 4/10/03)
Donna Lamb (member of 'Caucasians United for Reparations and Emancipation') - "Knowing what I know about what my people did, I wouldn't be able to respect myself if I weren't doing everything I can to have … white people face up to this crime we committed and to right this great wrong." [Manny Fernandez, Thousands To Rally for Reparations Apology Also Sought For Slave Descendants, Washington Post, August 16, 2002] (added 4/10/03)
David Roediger (social historian at the University of Minnesota) - "Whiteness is the empty and therefore terrifying attempt to build an identity on what one isn't, and on whom one can hold back." [The Social Contract, A Europhobia Sampler, Summer 1998, p. 290.] (added 4/10/03)
Grace Watkins (black 18-year-old New Yorker on two policemen killed in a shootout at the Stapleton Houses project where she lives): "I think a lot of people out here weren't worried about [the killings] because they thought they were white cops. But when they heard the cops were black, they're attitude changed totally. And they started expressing concern for the police officers' families." [Douglas Montero, "Surprising Sympathy Dawns in Projects," New York Post, March 12, 2003.] (added 3/14/03)
Charles Barron (New York City Councilman, on the subject of reparations for slavery) -- "I want to go up to the closest white person and say: 'You can't understand this, it's a black thing' and then slap him, just for my mental health." [Deroy Murdock, "Dems Need to Houseclean" National Review Online, January 6, 2003.] (added 2/05/03)
Sharpe James (mayor of Newark, New Jersey referring to his light-skinned black opponent in the 2002 Democratic primary) -- "the faggot white boy." [Deroy Murdock, "Dems Need to Houseclean" National Review Online, January 6, 2003.] (added 2/05/03)
Willie Brown (then-California assembly speaker, after a 1995 victory over Republicans in a leadership battle) -- "The white boys got taken fair and square." When asked by ABC correspondent Judd Rose if he regretted that comment, Mr. Brown replied, "It was an adequate and accurate description of a collection of people who had been defeated on this occasion." [Deroy Murdock, "Dems Need to Houseclean" National Review Online, January 6, 2003.] (added 2/05/03)
Noel Ignatiev (white Harvard professor and editor of "Race Traitor" magazine) -- "Keep bashing the dead white males, and the live ones, and the females, too, until the social construct known as the white race is destroyed. Not deconstructed, but destroyed." [Robert Boatman, "Trent Lott's of the Left," Frontpagemag.com (online), January 3, 2003.] (added 2/05/03)
Donna Brazile (Director of Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign) -- "A white-boy attitude is 'I must exclude, denigrate and leave behind.' " [Robin Givhan, Clearing the Decks at Gore Headquarters, Washington Post, Nov. 16, 1999, p. C1.] (added 2/05/03)
Nathan McCall (journalist for the Washington Post in his autobiography "Makes Me Wanna Holler") -- "The fellas and I were hanging out on our corner one afternoon when the strangest thing happened. A white boy … came pedaling a bicycle casually through the neighborhood. … Somebody spotted him and pointed him out to the rest of us. 'Look! What's that motherf*cka doin' ridin' through here?! Is he crraaaazy?!' … We caught him on Cavalier Boulevard and knocked him off the bike. … Ignoring the passing cars, we stomped him and kicked him. My stick partners kicked him in the head and face and watched the blood gush from his mouth. I kicked him in the stomach and nuts, where I knew it would hurt. Every time I drove my foot into his balls, I felt better … one dude kept stomping, like he'd gone berserk … When he finished, he reached down and picked up the white dude's bike, lifted it as high as he could above his head, and slammed it down on him hard. … We walked away, laughing, boasting, competing for bragging rights about who'd done the most damage." [Nathan McCall, Makes Me Wanna Holler: A Young Black Man in America, Random House, 1993, p. 3.] (added 2/05/03)
Robin Morgan (white author) -- "My white skin disgusts me. My passport disgusts me. They are the marks of an insufferable privilege bought at the price of others' agony. If I could peel myself inside out I would be glad. If I could become part of the oppressed I would be free." [Robert Boatman, "Trent Lott's of the Left," Frontpagemag.com (online), January 3, 2003.] (added 2/05/03)
Spike Lee (film director) -- "When talking about the history of this great country, one can never forget that America was built upon the genocide of Native Americans and enslavement of African people. To say otherwise is criminal." [Lee Gives 'The Patriot' a Thumbs-Down, Los Angeles Times, July 7, 2000, p. F2.] (added 2/05/03)
Spike Lee (film director) -- "I'm convinced AIDS is a government-engineered disease. They got one thing wrong, they never realized it couldn't just be contained to the groups it was intended to wipe out. So, now it's a national priority. Exactly like drugs when they escaped the urban centers into white suburbia." [Janet Braunstein, "Spike's Message Obscured," Detroit Free Press, Nov. 9, 1992, p. 4F.]
George P. Bush (son of Florida Governor Jeb Bush and his Mexican-born wife Columba, and nephew of the President speaking to a gathering of Hispanics) -- ". . . we have to fight for our race, we have to find the leaders who represent us."[Reuters, Aug. 2, 2000.] (added 2/05/03)
Marcus Jacoby (the only white on the historically black Southern University football team from 1996 to 1998) -- "I heard the entire stadium booing me. Fans were yelling 'Get the white boy out.' " Mr. Jacoby left the team because of repeated death threats. [Ira Berkow, Race: "Keeping Score in Louisiana," The Oregonian, Aug. 1, 2000, p. A6.] (added 2/05/03)
Ann Rhodes (University Relations Vice President at the University of Iowa speaking after it was discovered a black woman staged a phony hate crime) -- "I figured it was going to be a white guy between 25 and 55 because they're the root of most evil." [Greg Smith, "Black Student Arrested in Racist Threats at Iowa Dental School," AP, April 20, 2000. Scott Hogenson, "College Official Calls White Men 'Root of Most Evil,'" CNSNews.com, April 21, 2000.] (added 2/05/03)
Ice Cube (black rap musician) -- "Ice Cube wishes to acknowledge white America's continued commitment to the silence and oppression of black men. . . . White America needs to thank black people for still talkin' to them 'cause you know what happens when we stop." [pamphlet included in his 1992 album The Predator.] (added 2/05/03)
Randall Robinson (black race activist and head of TransAfrica, a group that promotes racial solidarity between black Africans and black Americans) -- "In the autumn of my life, I am left regarding white people, before knowing them individually, with irreducible mistrust and dull dislike." [Randall Robinson, Defending the Spirit: A Black Life in America, 1998, p.xiii.] (added 2/05/03)
Randall Robinson (black race activist and head of TransAfrica, a group that promotes racial solidarity between black Africans and black Americans) -- "My father died in 1974 at the age of sixty-eight, of what the family now believes to have been Alzheimer's disease. Toward the end, and not lucid, he slapped a nurse, telling her not to 'put her white hands on him.' His illness had afforded him one final brief honesty. I was perversely pleased when told the story." [Randall Robinson, Defending the Spirit: A Black Life in America, 1998, p.xiii.] (added 2/05/03)
Frances Cress Welsing (black psychiatrist) --"White male homosexuality may be viewed as the symbolic attempt to incorporate into the white male body more male substance by either sucking the penis of another male and orally ingesting the semen, or by having male ejaculate deposited in the other end of the alimentary canal. Through anal intercourse, the self-debasing white male may fantasize that he can produce a product of color, albeit that the product of color is fecal matter." [Frances Cress Welsing, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors, Third World Press, 1991, p. 47.] (added 2/05/03)
Frances Cress Welsing (black psychiatrist) -- "On both St. Vanlentine's Day and Mother's Day, the white male gives gifts of chocolate candy with nuts. . . . If his sweetheart ingests 'chocolate with nuts,' the white male can fantasize that he is genetically equal to the Black male." [Frances Cress Welsing, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors, Third World Press, 1991, p. 76.] (added 2/05/03)
Frances Cress Welsing (black psychiatrist) -- "Is it not also curious that when white males are young and vigorous, they attempt to master the large brown balls, but as they become older and wiser, they psychologically resign themselves to their inability to master the large brown balls? Their focus then shifts masochistically to hitting the tiny white golf balls in disgust and resignation -- in full final realization of white genetic recisiveness." [Frances Cress Welsing, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors, Third World Press, 1991, p. 141.] (added 2/05/03)
Chancellor Williams (Afrocentrist and author of The Destruction of Black Civilization) -- "The necessary re-education of Blacks and a possible solution of the racial crisis can begin . . . only when Blacks fully realize this central fact to their lives: the white man is their Bitter Enemy." [Phil Collier and David Horowitz, The Race Card, 1997, p. 104.] (added 2/05/03)
Elizabeth Smith (Texaco vice president for investor relations) -- "White males are only hired by default," [Jon E. Dougherty, "White Males Need Not Apply at Texaco," WorldNetDaily.com, March 31, 1999.] (added 2/05/03)
Carol Moseley Braun (former U.S. Senator responding to a column by George Will on her many financial scandals) -- "I think because he couldn't say 'n*gger' he used the word 'corrupt.' George Will can just take off his hood and go back to wherever he came from." [George Will, Moseley-Braun May Find Defeat, Chicago Sun-Times, Sept. 7, 1998, p. 19. Scott Fornek, Moseley-Braun Writes Apology, Chicago Sun-Times, Sept. 9, 1998, p. 24.] (added 2/05/03)
Rodolfo Acuna (professor of Chicano studies at Cal State Northridge) "There's a growing feeling 'Why should we pay for all these senior citizens' if the majority of them are white and all they were willing to pay for was prisons?" [Jonathan Tilove, Generation Gap Becoming Racial Gap, San Francisco Examiner, Nov. 23, 1997, p. A17.] (added 2/05/03)
Stephen Klineberg (Rice University sociologist on the defeat of a ballot initiative in Houston that would have outlawed affirmative action) "I think this shows that Houston has transcended its redneck Southern past and is recognizing its destiny as a multiethnic, international city in a global economy." [Jesse Katz, Houston Thinks Globally in OK of Affirmative Action, Los Angeles Times, Nov. 6, 1997, p. A14.] (added 2/05/03)
Amiri Baraka (poet laureate of the state of New Jersey) -- "Come up, black dada nihilismus. Rape the white girls. Rape their fathers. Cut the mothers' throats." [from "Black Dada Nihilismus".] (added 2/05/03)
Amiri Baraka (poet laureate of the state of New Jersey) "When I die, the consciousness I carry I will to black people. May they pick me apart and take the useful parts, the sweet meat of my feelings. And leave the bitter b*llsh*t rotten white parts alone. (from his classic "Leroy") [John McAlpin, "NJ Gov. Seeks Authority to Fire Poet," AP, Oct. 6, 2002.] (added 2/05/03)
Robert Mugabe (President of Zimbabwe who is taking the land of white farmers and revoking their citizenship) -- "Our party must continue to strike fear in the heart of the white man, our real enemy!" [J.T. Young, "Zimbabwean double standard," Washington Times, January 14, 2003, p. A15.] (added 2/05/03)
Robert Mugabe (President of Zimbabwe who is taking the land of white farmers and revoking their citizenship) -- "Zimbabwe is for black people not white people." ["Zimbabwe 'Votes' " American Renaissance, April 2002, p. 9.] (added 2/05/03)
John Street (black mayor of Philadelphia) -- "Let me tell you: The brothers and sisters are running this city. Oh yes. The brothers and sisters are running this city. Running it! Don't let nobody fool you; we are in charge of the City of Brotherly Love. We are in charge! We are in charge! [Cynthia Burton, "Street Talk Hits a Nerve on Race," Philadelphia Inquirer, April 17, 2002, p. A1.] (added 2/05/03)
Harris Sussman (white "diversity consultant," in a front-page article in Managing Diversity, a publication subscribed to by U.S. government agencies) -- "When we say 'white people,' we mean the people of greed who valued things over people, who value money over people. We know exactly what their values are and where they lead. We have all paid a terrible price for those values . . . ." [White People, Washington Times, Feb. 13, 1997, p. A10.] (added 2/05/03)
['Comment: 'Sussman' is Jewish, the editor, it would seem, forgot to place quotes around "white"]
William Raspberry (black columnist)- "It is hard to think of whites-only groups formed for the benefit of their members that could gain our approval. Perhaps an organization of white LA police officers formed to help its members improve their attitudes towards minorities . . . . It's always illegitimate for white men to organize as white men." [William Raspberry, "Dubiously Exclusive," Washington Post, Nov. 24, 1995.] (added 2/05/03)
Maggie Gallagher (white columnist) -- "I hate the idea of being white. I never think of myself as belonging to the 'white race.' Those who do, in my experience, are invariably second-raters, seeking solace for their own failures. I can think of few things more degrading than being proud to be white." [Maggie Gallagher, "The Rhetoric of Race," NY Post, Oct. 20, 1995, p. 25.] (added 2/05/03)
Leonard Jeffries (chairman of the African-American studies department of the City College of New York, interviewed in the May, 1995 issue of Rutherford magazine) :
Q: But the black man is no longer a slave.
A: The slave should be waking up, thinking of ways to slit the slavemaster's throat. . . .
Q: What kind of world do you want to leave to your children?
A: A world in which there aren't any white people. . . .
[T.L. Stanclu & Nisha Mohammed, Leonard Jeffries Jr., Rutherford, May 1995, p. 13.] (added 2/05/03)
Paul Mooney (black comedian) -- "White people are scared, because minorities are taking over. White people are worried because they can't out-f*** the Mexicans --minorities in numbers alone are taking over, and white folks are scared because they are afraid that we are going to do to them exactly what they've done to us. And they are absolutely right. When the s*** turns around, we are going to treat you exactly like you've treated us: like s***."[ Danyel Smith, Full Moon, The Bay Guardian, 3/3/93.] (added 2/05/03)
Art Carey (white columnist) -- "White Guys also tend to have wide hips, flat butts, bulging love handles, fat guts, sunken chests, weak chins, spindly arms, treble voices, red necks and, after a certain age, thinning hair or bald heads. Some may find these anatomical peculiarities appealing, believe it or not . . . . Think of the most obnoxious White Guy you know. Guess what? He's going to croak . . . you get to watch White Guys die."[ Art Carey, "The Great White Dopes," San Jose Mercury News, June 15, 1993.] (added 2/05/03)
Kay Patterson (state senator in the South Carolina legislature writing in an invitation to black politicians) -- "Now please don't bring any of your 'White-Friends,' this is a 'Colored' meeting."[ Patterson offers no apology for actions, Post and Courier (Columbia) 4/5/93, p. 3B.] (added 2/05/03)
Jocelyn Walters (journalism student at the University of Georgia in the campus-related paper called The Red & Black) "I'm talking to you, white America. You're wrong. You're evil.... Your greed is overwhelming. Your lust for power disgusting. The blood on your hands signifies what a demon you are. . . . " "You have always thrived off of the blood and sweat of others. You drink them. It is your sustenance.... You make me sick! Sick with anger. Sick with disgust. Sick with the desire to ruin you like you have ruined so many others . . . . [Jocelyn Walters, "Blacks Should revolt against white, male America," The Red and Black, Feb 15, 1993.]
Richard Parry-Jones (white vice president of Ford Motor Company) -- "we are trapped in a monocultural environment that is dominated by old white males. We need to change." [AP, Ford Ties Executives Perks Pay to Merit, Dec. 24, 1999.]
Susan Sontag (white intellectual) "The truth is that Mozart, Pascal, Boolean Algebra, Shakespeare, parliamentary government, baroque churches, Newton, the emancipation of women, Kant, Marx, and Ballanchine ballets don't redeem what this particular civilization has wrought upon the world. The white race is the cancer of human history."
[ Comment: Sontag is a Jew.]
Sonny Carson (black activist in New York when asked if he was anti-Semitic) "I am anti-white. I don’t limit my ‘anti’ to just one group of people." [Mark Mooney, "Ex-Dinkins Organizer Boasts He’s ‘AntiWhite’" New York Post, October 21, 1989, p. 3.]
Miles Davis (black jazz musician) "If somebody told me I had only one hour to live, I’d spend it choking a white man. I’d do it nice and slow." [Miles Davis Can’t Shake Boyhood Racial Abuse, Jet March 25, 1985.]
Eldridge Clever (former Black Panther leader on why he raped white women) "Rape was an insurrectionary act. It delighted me that I was defying and trampling upon the white man’s law, upon his system of values, and that I was defiling his women . . . ." [Eldridge Clever, Soul on Ice, McGraw-Hill, 1968, p.14.]
Gus Savage (former U.S. Representative from Chicago to a white member of the press) "I don’t talk to you white motherf*ckers. . . . You bitch motherf*ckers in the white press. . . . F*ck you, you motherf*cking *sshole . . . white devils." [Marilyn Rauber, "Reporter Says Black Rep Hurled Racial Slurs," New York Post, June 27, 1991, p. 18.]
Chino Wilson (in an editorial in the Daily Collegian, campus newspaper at Penn State University) "After looking at all the evidence there is only one conclusion: white people are devils . . . . I believe that we must secure our freedom and independence from these devils by any means necessary, including violence. . . . To protect ourselves we should bear arms (three handguns and two rifles, maybe an M-16) immediately and form a militia. . . . So black people, let us unite, organize and execute." [Chino Wilson, "African American Students Should Not Trust ‘Devilish’ White People," The Daily Collegian, Penn State University, January 28, 1992.]
Khalid Abdul Muhammed (former assistant to Louis Farrakhan - current leader of the New Black Panther Party) -’Hollywood is owned by these so-called Jews. Look at the movies they make about us, Black people killing Black people. Let’s make some revolutionary movies where we kill white people in the movie. Kill ‘em so hard you have to cover up your popcorn from the blood spraying out of the screen." [Speech at San Francisco State University, May 21, 1997.]
Khalid Abdul Muhammed (on what South African blacks should do to any whites who refuse to leave South Africa): "We kill the women. We kill the babies. We kill the blind. We kill the cripples. We kill them all. . . . When you get through killing them all, go to the g*dd*mn graveyard and kill them a-g*dd*mn-gain because they didn’t die hard enough."[November 29, 1993 speech at Kean College in Union, New Jersey.]
Mary Frances Berry (current head of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights) - "Civil rights laws were not passed to protect the rights of white men and do not apply to them." [Civil Rights Under Reagan, San Francisco, ICS Press, 1991, p. 141.]
Augustin Cebada (Head of the Brown Berets, a Hispanic activist organization at a July 4, 1996 rally) - "We’re here today to show L.A., show the minority people here, the Anglo-Saxons, that we are here, the majority, we’re here to stay. We do the work in this city, we take care of the spoiled brat children . . . we are the majority here and we are not going to be pushed around."
Augustin Cebada "Go back to Simi Valley, you skunks! Go back to Woodland Hills! Go back to Boston! Go back to Plymouth Rock, Pilgrims! Get out! We are the future. You are old and tired. Go on. We have beaten you. Leave like beaten rats. You old white people, it is your duty to die. . . ." [Quoted in Barbara Coe, Reconquista, The Takeover of America, California Coalition for Immigration Reform, 1998, p. 20.]
Prof. Jose Angel Gutierrez (University of Texas, Arlington) "We have an aging white America. They are dying. They are sh*tting in their pants with fear! . . . I love it!" - [Speech of Jan. 1995, quoted in Coe, Reconquista, p. 16.]
Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall (in a conversation with Justice William Douglas about racial preferences) "You guys have been practicing discrimination for years. Now it is our turn." [William O. Douglas, The Court Years 1939-1975, New York, Random House, 1980.]
Bell Hooks (black professor of English at City College of New York) "I am writing this essay sitting beside an anonymous white male that I long to murder." [From her book A Killing Rage, quoted by David Horowitz in Hating Whitey, Spence Publishing, 1999, p. 31.]
Sister Souljah (rap artist and black activist) "If black people kill black people every day, why not have a week and kill white people." [R.W. Apple "Jackson Sees ‘Character Flaw’ in Clinton’s Remarks on Racism, New York Times, June 19, 1992.]
Ice Cube (black rapper and actor, on the anti-Korean album Death Certificate) "So don’t follow me up and down your market. or your little chop suey ass will be a target. So pay your respects to the black fist or we’ll burn your store right down to a crisp." [Eric Briendel, "Rap Star to Koreans: ‘We’ll Burn Your Stores,’ " New York Post, Dec. 5, 1991, p. 29.]
Amiri Baraka (black poet and writer) "You cant steal nothin from a white man, he’s already stole it he owes you anything you want, even his life. All the stores will open up if you will say the magic words. The magic words are: Up against the wall motherf*cker this is a stick up!" [Quoted in Anne Wortham, The Other Side of Racism, Ohio State University Press, 1981, p. 257.]
Mario Obledo - (1998 Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient and former head of Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund - MALDEF) "California is going to be a Mexican state, we are going to control all the institutions. If people don’t like it they should leave." [Tom Leykis Radio Show, June 7, 1998.]
Malcolm X - "The death of over 120 white people is a very beautiful thing." [Speech in Los Angeles on June 3, 1962 upon learning of a plane crash. He also said on numerous occasions, "The white man is the devil."]
Rev. James Cone - "What we need is the destruction of whiteness, which is the source of human misery in the world." [Quoted in David Horowitz, Hating Whitey, Spence Publishing, 1999, p. 44.]
Art Torres (former chairman, California Democratic Party) - "Remember, [Proposition] 187 [the measure to cut public benefits to illegal aliens] is the last gasp of white America." [The Social Contact, Summer 1998, p. 290.]
Willie Brown (Mayor of San Francisco to a white parent complaining that affirmative action would penalize his children) "I don’t care about your idiot children." [The Social Contract, Summer 1998, p. 290.]
Now -- do you see a difference? Look at where yours came from, and the reaction it got -- have you even see
the ones I posted before? Was an uproar raised about them? Did anyone in the media express any upset or opposition to those
hateful things? There's the difference.
Racism on the part of whites is evil, so we're told, but racism against
whites is justified. That's the message we get when no one stands up to the Mayor Browns, the Chairman Torreses and the Reverend Cones.
Well, there are
people standing up to them -- and those people are the white racists, the "Commander Jeffs" as much as we'd wish for someone a little less "out there" at least they are