Tuesday, July 11, 2006

The Euro-racism Problem

Today is Tuesday, 11 July 2006.

In NationalReviewOnline, John Derbyshire writes:

“… The U.S.A. was born with two race problems: the African Americans and the Native Americans. We struggle with those problems still, and must continue to struggle. Would it be wise to import a new one? Mass immigration from (say) Indonesia or (say) Bangladesh would add a huge visibly identifiable minority to our nation. Given our past experience with huge visibly identifiable minorities, is that smart? Note that this question is simply one of prudence, and is independent of any opinions you might have about race. (Unless you think that the U.S. currently does not have a race problem, in which case you should ignore this paragraph. If you believe the U.S. does currently have a race problem to any extent, then I am inviting you to honestly ask yourself the question: Would it be smart to add another one? Note also that this applies to Central American immigration. A high proportion of immigrants from Central America are of aboriginal descent in whole or part…” [Italics added; thanks to thingprogress.org for spotting this item.]

[For full citation, see this.]

Yes, the problem was and is those pesky African Americans and Native Americans. Everything would be just fine if greedy Africans hadn’t hijacked European ships and forced their way into North America. Everything would be just fine if those savage Native Americans had stayed in Siberia.

There is no "race problem" in the USA/United States Empire/United and Subject States: there is a Euro-racism problem, and the likes of Mr. Derbyshire are its exemplars.

“A high proportion of immigrants from Central America are of aboriginal descent in whole or part. “

“Aboriginal” is a racist term which has no meaning apart from the purely racist content. It labels a population of non-Europeans who are therefore, by definition, inferior, so do by all means feel free to conquer, rape, pillage, and mass murder them.

Wake up and smell the napalm, John: your ancestors, just like mine and everyone’s, were once “aboriginals” cowering and grunting in caves. I suspect your mind is still cowering in an unlit cave somewhere in the Third Reich.

How fitting that I write this column today: it’s the anniversary in 1935 of the death of Captain Alfred Dreyfus. Captain Dreyfus was railroaded on a charge of treason by anti-Semitic elements in the French Army high command and government in 1894, and exonerated in 1899.


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