Sunday, June 03, 2018

"The Nationalists Delusion."

TWEET METhe field Negro education series continues.

The following essay is from Allan Serwer writing for The Atlantic.

"THIRTY YEARS AGO, nearly half of Louisiana voted for a Klansman, and the media struggled to explain why.

It was 1990 and David Duke, the former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, astonished political observers when he came within striking distance of defeating incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator J. Bennett Johnston, earning 43 percent of the vote. If Johnston’s Republican rival hadn’t dropped out of the race and endorsed him at the last minute, the outcome might have been different.

Was it economic anxiety? The Washington Post reported that the state had “a large working class that has suffered through a long recession.” Was it a blow against the state’s hated political establishment? An editorial from United Press International explained, “Louisianans showed the nation by voting for Duke that they were mad as hell and not going to take it any more.” Was it anti-Washington rage? A Loyola University pollster argued, “There were the voters who liked Duke, those who hated J. Bennett Johnston, and those who just wanted to send a message to Washington.”

What message would those voters have been trying to send by putting a Klansman into office?
“There’s definitely a message bigger than Louisiana here,” Susan Howell, then the director of the Survey Research Center at the University of New Orleans, told the Los Angeles Times. “There is a tremendous amount of anger and frustration among working-class whites, particularly where there is an economic downturn. These people feel left out; they feel government is not responsive to them.”

Duke’s strong showing, however, wasn’t powered merely by poor or working-class whites—and the poorest demographic in the state, black voters, backed Johnston. Duke “clobbered Johnston in white working-class districts, ran even with him in predominantly white middle-class suburbs, and lost only because black Louisianans, representing one-quarter of the electorate, voted against him in overwhelming numbers,The Washington Post reported in 1990. Duke picked up nearly 60 percent of the white vote. Faced with Duke’s popularity among whites of all income levels, the press framed his strong showing largely as the result of the economic suffering of the white working classes. Louisiana had “one of the least-educated electorates in the nation; and a large working class that has suffered through a long recession,” The Post stated.

By accepting the economic theory of Duke’s success, the media were buying into the candidate’s own vision of himself as a savior of the working class. He had appealed to voters in economic terms: He tore into welfare and foreign aid, affirmative action and outsourcing, and attacked political-action committees for subverting the interests of the common man. He even tried to appeal to black voters, buying a 30-minute ad in which he declared, “I’m not your enemy.”Duke’s candidacy had initially seemed like a joke. He was a former Klan leader who had showed up to public events in a Nazi uniform and lied about having served in the Vietnam War, a cartoonishly vain supervillain whose belief in his own status as a genetic √úbermensch was belied by his plastic surgeries. The joke soon soured, as many white Louisiana voters made clear that Duke’s past didn’t bother them.

Many of Duke’s voters steadfastly denied that the former Klan leader was a racist. The St. Petersburg Times reported in 1990 that Duke supporters “are likely to blame the media for making him look like a racist.” The paper quoted G. D. Miller, a “59-year-old oil-and-gas lease buyer,” who said, “The way I understood the Klan, it’s not anti-this or anti-that.”

Duke’s rejoinder to the ads framing him as a racist resonated with his supporters. “Remember,” he told them at rallies, “when they smear me, they are really smearing you.”
The economic explanation carried the day: Duke was a freak creature of the bayou who had managed to tap into the frustrations of a struggling sector of the Louisiana electorate with an abnormally high tolerance for racist messaging.

While the rest of the country gawked at Louisiana and the Duke fiasco, Walker Percy, a Louisiana author, gave a prophetic warning to The New York Times.

“Don’t make the mistake of thinking David Duke is a unique phenomenon confined to Louisiana rednecks and yahoos. He’s not,” Percy said. “He’s not just appealing to the old Klan constituency, he’s appealing to the white middle class. And don’t think that he or somebody like him won’t appeal to the white middle class of Chicago or Queens.”

A few days after Duke’s strong showing, the Queens-born businessman Donald Trump appeared on CNN’s Larry King Live.

“It’s anger. I mean, that’s an anger vote. People are angry about what’s happened. People are angry about the jobs. If you look at Louisiana, they’re really in deep trouble,” Trump told King.
Trump later predicted that Duke, if he ran for president, would siphon most of his votes away from the incumbent, George H. W. Bush—in the process revealing his own understanding of the effectiveness of white-nationalist appeals to the GOP base.

“Whether that be good or bad, David Duke is going to get a lot of votes. Pat Buchanan—who really has many of the same theories, except it's in a better package—Pat Buchanan is going to take a lot of votes away from George Bush,” Trump said. “So if you have these two guys running, or even one of them running, I think George Bush could be in big trouble.” Little more than a year later, Buchanan embarrassed Bush by drawing 37 percent of the vote in New Hampshire’s Republican primary.
In February 2016, Trump was asked by a different CNN host about the former Klan leader’s endorsement of his Republican presidential bid.

“Well, just so you understand, I don’t know anything about David Duke. Okay?,” Trump said. “I don’t know anything about what you’re even talking about with white supremacy or white supremacists. So I don’t know.”

ess than three weeks before the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump declared himself “the least racist person you have ever met.”
Even before he won, the United States was consumed by a debate over the nature of his appeal. Was racism the driving force behind Trump’s candidacy? If so, how could Americans, the vast majority of whom say they oppose racism, back a racist candidate?

During the final few weeks of the campaign, I asked dozens of Trump supporters about their candidate’s remarks regarding Muslims and people of color. I wanted to understand how these average Republicans—those who would never read the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer or go to a Klan rally at a Confederate statue—had nevertheless embraced someone who demonized religious and ethnic minorities. What I found was that Trump embodied his supporters’ most profound beliefs—combining an insistence that discriminatory policies were necessary with vehement denials that his policies would discriminate and absolute outrage that the question would even be asked.

It was not just Trump’s supporters who were in denial about what they were voting for, but Americans across the political spectrum, who, as had been the case with those who had backed Duke, searched desperately for any alternative explanation—outsourcing, anti-Washington anger, economic anxiety—to the one staring them in the face. The frequent postelection media expeditions to Trump country to see whether the fever has broken, or whether Trump’s most ardent supporters have changed their minds, are a direct outgrowth of this mistake. These supporters will not change their minds, because this is what they always wanted: a president who embodies the rage they feel toward those they hate and fear, while reassuring them that that rage is nothing to be ashamed of.

“I believe that everybody has a right to be in the United States no matter what your color, no matter what your race, your religion, what sex you prefer to be with, so I’m not against that at all, but I think that some of us just say racial statements without even thinking about it,” a customer-care worker named Pam—who, like several people I spoke with, declined to give her last name—told me at a rally in Pennsylvania. However, she also defended Trump’s remarks on race and religion explicitly when I asked about them. “I think the other party likes to blow it out of proportion and kind of twist his words, but what he says is what he means, and it’s what a lot of us are thinking.”

Most Trump supporters I spoke with were not people who thought of themselves as racist. Rather, they saw themselves as antiracist, as people who held no hostility toward religious and ethnic minorities whatsoever—a sentiment they projected onto their candidate.

“I don’t feel like he’s racist. I don’t personally feel like anybody would have been able to do what he’s been able to do with his personal business if he were a horrible person,” Michelle, a stay-at-home mom in Virginia, told me.

Far more numerous and powerful than the extremists in Berkeley and Charlottesville who have drawn headlines since Trump’s election, these Americans, who would never think of themselves as possessing racial animus, voted for a candidate whose ideal vision of America excludes millions of fellow citizens because of their race or religion.

The specific dissonance of Trumpism—advocacy for discriminatory, even cruel, policies combined with vehement denials that such policies are racially motivated—provides the emotional core of its appeal. It is the most recent manifestation of a contradiction as old as the United States, a society founded by slaveholders on the principle that all men are created equal.

While other factors also led to Trump’s victory—the last-minute letter from former FBI Director James Comey, the sexism that rationalized supporting Trump despite his confession of sexual assault, Hillary Clinton’s neglect of the Midwest—had racism been toxic to the American electorate, Trump’s candidacy would not have been viable.

Nearly a year into his presidency, Trump has reneged or faltered on many of his biggest campaign promises—on renegotiating NAFTA, punishing China, and replacing the Affordable Care Act with something that preserves all its popular provisions but with none of its drawbacks. But his commitment to endorsing state violence to remake the country into something resembling an idealized past has not wavered.

He made a farce of his populist campaign by putting bankers in charge of the economy and industry insiders at the head of the federal agencies established to regulate their businesses. But other campaign promises have been more faithfully enacted: his ban on travelers from Muslim-majority countries; the unleashing of immigration-enforcement agencies against anyone in the country illegally regardless of whether he poses a danger; an attempt to cut legal immigration in half; and an abdication of the Justice Department’s constitutional responsibility to protect black Americans from corrupt or abusive police, discriminatory financial practices, and voter suppression. In his own stumbling manner, Trump has pursued the race-based agenda promoted during his campaign. As the president continues to pursue a program that places the social and political hegemony of white Christians at its core, his supporters have shown few signs of abandoning him.

One hundred thirty-nine years since Reconstruction, and half a century since the tail end of the civil-rights movement, a majority of white voters backed a candidate who explicitly pledged to use the power of the state against people of color and religious minorities, and stood by him as that pledge has been among the few to survive the first year of his presidency. Their support was enough to win the White House, and has solidified a return to a politics of white identity that has been one of the most destructive forces in American history. This all occurred before the eyes of a disbelieving press and political class, who plunged into fierce denial about how and why this had happened. That is the story of the 2016 election." [More] 

We have gone from David Duke to Donald trump, and nothing much has changed when it comes to racism and politics in America. In fact, if we are going to be honest, things have gotten worse. How do you explain incidents like this happening over and over again? 

trump, to his credit, knows his base, and he knows that the only thing that will keep them loyal to him--- no matter what is if he keeps blowing those racial dog whistles like his ideological soulmate (David Duke) did years ago. 


67 comments:

Lance Cockstrong said...

How any white boy can feel they are superior to any black man is beyond me. How can you feel even the least bit good when your dick is so tiny? That's why Butt Trumpet is so fucked in the head.

Dave Zirin said...

Obama was supported by black nationalists and black supremacists, yet you people said nothing. You obviously don't care, but then blacks never care about anything that doesn't have to do with your pervasive victimhood and race baiting.

Anonymous said...

Big dick low IQ, low civic output may be a few reasons? There are numerous other reasons but i won't waste my time on the members of the 80 IQ club.

Puerto Rican food looks, smells, and tastes like shit said...

David Duke could probably do well in a primary these days. If tr**p can win one, why can't Duke? That is beyond frightening.

Anonymous said...

Hey Doug, when was the last time you got laid? 1972?

Katelyn Davidson said...

David Duke is a piece of shit, but in all honesty he is better looking than 99.9% of black men.

Yisheng = nigger, lilac = cunt said...

Trump supporters are the dregs of society.

Anonymous said...

You left out that most Americans have chronic negro fatigue. Americans have grown weary of the 'shines and just want some peace and quiet.

PilotX said...
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PilotX said...

Wow, interesting dynamic. Fill up a party with racists that call us low IQ, say they're going to machine gun us to death and the like and then wonder why we don't align with these types. It's like when your non racist white friends have racist friends who go off on racist rants. Now when your friend says nothing you kinda feel a certain way about that friend. Sorry bro but we can't be cool anymore. This is the feeling I have about the Republicans.

Anonymous said...

You left out that most Americans have chronic white fuckboi fatigue. Americans have grown weary of the 'shines and just want some peace and quiet.

Dave Zirin is kind of an idiot said...

Dave Zirin is kind of an idiot.

Anonymous said...

Blaxit in 2020

Anonymous said...

The Bell Curve don't lie.

Anonymous said...

Damn proud and happy to be a dreg of society.

dinthebeast said...

"This all occurred before the eyes of a disbelieving press and political class, who plunged into fierce denial about how and why this had happened. That is the story of the 2016 election."

Complicit media, cashing in on the damage they refused to admit and still deny inflicting on the country. Now watch them try to scuttle away from the scene of the crime as if we weren't watching the whole time. Not gonna happen this time. Lifeboats set alight as fast as you can build them.

And there is no goddamn Trumpism, just like there was no goddamn Tea Party. They are Republicans. They are what Republicans are like.

-Doug in Oakland

Lilac pr. said...

I think the end really is near! Because the earth is exploding all over! The sleeping volcanoes seem to have coordinated to erupt at once! Now it's happening in Guatemla. It's just as the Bible says that the earth shall end with fire! Puerto Rico is said to be sitting on a volcano! So...I dunno guys, this isn't looking so good..

Anonymous said...

Fuck the gooks and chinks!

anotherbozo said...

Yeah, I feel like an authority on subconscious racism, since I grew up with it. Latest examples are comments by voters that a friend is trying to recruit for Antonio Delgado, campaigning for U.S. Congress in New York's Duchess County.

"I like his positions, but I don't think he can really represent us." (translation: he's black.)

"I like his positions, but I don't think he can win." (translation: he's black.)

The county is at least 75% white. Delgado is the most dynamic politician I've seen since Robert Kennedy.

The worst racists are those who merely feel "uncomfortable" around black people. Though they can't confront it. God help us, I think they're dying off.

Kinky Con said...

WHITE WAKANDA FOREVER!!

Anonymous said...

“The worst racists are those who merely feel ‘uncomfortable’ around black people. Though they can't confront it. God help us, I think they're dying off.”

No, those are not the worst racists. The worst racists are those who are the most racist — i.e., the Nazis. Never forget these are folks who will kill you for being the wrong color.

However, it is probably true that people with a milder form of prejudice do the most overall damage in 2018, simply because they are the most numerous, and their collective fears can be manipulated into votes for extremely stupid governmental policy.

The people you’re talking about, many of them are redeemable. It’s very possible to change their minds on a variety of issues.

I wouldn’t rely on them dying off. Right-wing media is working hard to create more of them. Left-wingers need to combat this.

Anonymous said...

https://www.modernghana.com/news/146570/black-people-are-less-intelligent-says-nobel-prize-winner.html

Anonymous said...

Several negroes shot including a negroid pregnant women at Texas football game.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/several-people-shot-including-pregnant-woman-at-texas-football-game-police-say/ar-AAycYrK?ocid=spartanntp

Anonymous said...

Several white asshole arrested for makimg meth.

http://www.uppermichiganssource.com/content/news/7-people-arrested-in-overnight-Escanaba-meth-bust-484377721.html

The bell curve strikes again said...

White mom murders 6 babies because she was high on meth and didn't want the responsibility.

http://archive.sltrib.com/article.php?id=2420970&itype=CMSID

Anonymous said...

Parens arrested for giving baby meth. You know these mutha fuckas are white because they have the whitest of white names ever! Lacey and Colby. Now this is whitey white shit!

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.cbsnews.com/amp/news/colby-glen-wilde-lacey-dawn-christenson-arrested-newborn-daughter-meth-heroin-morphine/

Stinky Con said...

White Wakanda where meth and heroin flows like a river, nascar plays all day and bad country music is all that can be heard. Grab some cheep watered down beer and mingle among your fellow meth babies.

Anonymous said...

White Wakanda=West Virginia

A Clockwork Watermelon said...

The worst Racists are those who believe that it is impossible for them to be Racists...Yes, you Negroes in America. Negroes in America hate everybody, even other Negroes. Yet your peanut brains believe all kinds of bullshit that you can't be racist, that you all built every civilization on earth, all that Yakub, Frances Cress Welsing Dick envy horseshit, That white folks owe you some shit for all eternity, that you all's constant dysfunction as a race in America is laid solely at the feet of all white people, etc. etc. ..... Man do i wish there were submarines in 1619 so the Jew owned slave ships could have been torpedoed out of business and the Blessing of the Black experience for America was fantasy. As Cashless Clay (Ali) said in Zaire in 1974, I sure am glad my great granddaddy made that boat.

Anonymous said...

“As Cashless Clay (Ali) said in Zaire in 1974, I sure am glad my great granddaddy made that boat.”

Most likely a misattribution. A Newsweek article at the time of the match attributed the quote "Thank God our grandpappies caught that boat!" to George Foreman's manager Dick Sadler. "It Takes a Heap of Salongo", Newsweek (September 23, 1974), p. 72.

It is highly doubtful that black militant Muhammad Ali would ever have said this.

PilotX said...

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2018/06/03/kentucky-valedictorian-quotes-trump-then-reveals-obama/667758002/

a stopped clock prune said...

Irony of the day, the guy who says Black people have brains the size of peanuts calls out others for being racist. Do these fuckboys realize how clownish they are or is the meth so effective that they don't notice the red nose and floppy shoes?

Anonymous said...

Fill up a party with racists that call us low IQ, say they're going to machine gun us to death and the like and then wonder why we don't align with these types.

Such amazing lack of self-awareness.  Are you really so oblivious that you don't remember the HUNDREDS of black-on-white murders every year (let alone other crimes) that we've WATCHED YOU CHEER ABOUT?  You are silent at all the anti-white hatred spewed here, and silence=assent.  And now you are getting all indignant when we talk about getting rid of the "black problem" once and for all?  You have foreclosed all options other than suicide.

The worst racists are those who are the most racist — i.e., the Nazis. Never forget these are folks who will kill you for being the wrong color.

So the "teens" who invented the "polar bear hunting" "game" are Nazis?  Such AMAZING lack of self-awareness.

Seriously, it's not us.  It's you.  You are too stupid to live in civilization.

the guy who says Black people have brains the size of peanuts calls out others for being racist

If the truth is racist, then every sensible person is racist.  Nome sane?

Anonymous said...

If the truth is racist, then every sensible person is racist. Nome sane?
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The truth isn't racist, assholes like you are.

A civilized brotha said...

Polar bear hunting? How about futards who shoot up classrooms full of babies? Movie theater full of kids. Selling babies for drugs. Killing 6 fucking babies. Oh fuck you, I am sooooo much more civilized than you and your ilk.

Anonymous said...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Hook_Elementary_School_shooting

is this the height of civilization?

Anonymous said...

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2012_Aurora_shooting

more civilization. Was this polar bear hunting?

White virgins hunt kids not polar bears said...

https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.nytimes.com/2018/05/18/us/school-shootings-2018.amp.html

is this what civilized white "teens" do? Yeah fuckboi, seems you got some splainin to do.

Anonymous said...

More "civilized" behavior.

https://m.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2013/02/20/photos-top-twelve-craziest-meth-busts-in-missouri-the-meth-capital-of-the-us

The GOP said...

https://www.alternet.org/views-meghan-mccain-sputters-out-when-preacher-nails-why-black-people-would-vote-republicans-if-they

mike from iowa said...

Polar bears have black skin. And wingnut male polar bears eat their own and other's offsprings when they can be caught.

According to Nixon, when the president does it, it's not illegal! said...

Trump is now asserting that he has the "absolute right" to pardon himself.

Country is going down the shitter.

A Clockwork Watermelon said...

Ali would and did say it. Even the Black Militant in America historically knows that the shithole known as the African continent is no comparison to the U.S.A. That's why there is no Ghost of Garvey Movements to go back to the Mudda Land. This is the same position Frederick Douglas took when Lincoln informed he and other black leaders of his plan to send freed blacks to Liberia. You may hate whitey, you may hate America, but without both you all would be in a world of shit and you know it.

Barack Obama said...

"nothing much has changed when it comes to racism and politics in America."

This is an idiotic statement.

Anonymous said...

The truth isn't racist

Prove it.  Prove that e.g. African's IQ scores are equal to European's... without declaring that IQ tests are racist.

IQ tests are scored objectively.  There is nothing racially biased in e.g. Raven's progressive matrices.  For that matter, there is nothing racially biased in mathematics.  It is a universal language, equally alien or familiar to the European or the Indian or Chinese or African.  Despite this, the Indians have contributed much, and the Africans... nothing of note.

Objectively scored, reality is racist and Africans in general are nigh-worthless for anything but idiot labor... which is itself nigh-worthless now and going downhill.

So funny that fucktard apologists for Africoons have to cite incidents YEARS old and even smaller in magnitude that the monthly totals in Chiraq (thanks, Spike Lee!) or even Baltimore.  If you have to deflect like that, you know you have lost already.

Harry Hamid said...

My aunt and uncle were living in Louisiana back then and showed up to our house with David Duke bumper stickers all over their car. I'm not kidding.

My uncle was a retired Air Force Lt. Colonel who had retired at about 40, and they'd bought a house on some lake and, well, their absolutely rabid support of David Duke had nothing to do with economic distress.

They liked the fact that he gave them permission to indulge in their worst instincts.

Fuckboys aren't too bright said...

Prove it. Prove that e.g. African's IQ scores are equal to European's... without declaring that IQ tests are racist.
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Uh sure, I'll go around giving random people from two different continents IQ tests to prove some asinine point a racist internet troll was attempting to prove. Yeah, that sounds logical. Well man here's my point, there are many doctors, lawyers, engineers, ect of color and there are white idiots. If you want to sit around and make yourself feel better about your loser status have at it. Most people who sit around worrying about racial intelligence are usually kinda dim witted. Now go finish high school and do something more productive than being a racist internet troll or not your choice.

and another said...

And dude, if you think Chicago and B-more are fucked up take a look around rural Kentucky, West Virginia, Oklahoma, Mississippi, ect. That shit is full of poor, dirty,meth addicted whites who are ODing at record rates and I wouldn't live there if you gave me Mark Zuckerberg money. Save your white supremacist bullshit.

mmjames said...

I'm Chinese-American, and I've done well enough in this country. What are black people's excuse...besides laziness, smaller brains, and lack of personal responsibility?


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Anonymous said...

Uh sure, I'll go around giving random people from two different continents IQ tests

How dumb do you have to be to fail to realize that this has already been done, which is why we know the answer... and all you have to do is look it up?

https://app.iq-research.info/img/iq_by_country.png?_g_build_=1523421439065

In an age of search engines, you have to be pretty dumb.  This can be the innate 75-and-lower IQ of Africans, the indoctrinated "crimestop" stupidity of liberals, or both.

there are white idiots.

Few enough that we can deal with them.  Black people have way too many to ride herd on.

there are many doctors, lawyers, engineers, ect of color

When your POC doctors kill famous POC patients and POC engineers build a bridge that falls down after just five days we can tell that they were passed through on affirmative action, not competence.  In other words, the credentials they hold are more likely fraudulent than real.  Nobody in their right mind would hire them.

Anonymous said...

How dumb do you have to be to fail to realize that this has already been done,
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And I'm sure it was done in a fair objective way and the results were not extrapolated or skewed by people with an agenda. Ok, carry on. So that tickles me even more when I see the superior race fail. There should be no excuse why so many whites are on welfare, homeless and have dead end jobs. It's almost as if I'm a super negro and they're a failure. Hmmmmmm

Anonymous said...

Few enough that we can deal with them
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I suggest a tour of Missouri, Mississippi, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky and West Virginia. There are so many of you failures the show Cops can run forever. How many have ODed on opioids this week?

Anonymous said...

So many that they thought Sarah Palin would make a good VP. They're a lot of you dumb asses out there. What's your IQ anon 12:47? Lemme guess you have a PhD in engineering and make a million dollars a year. Bwahahahahahahaha! What do you do? Orbital engineer?

Anonymous said...

Have to be seen and be heard.

https://youtu.be/kerNUkTTtyI

mike from iowa said...

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/nbcblk/milwaukee-police-are-heard-joking-during-arrest-nba-s-sterling-n880171

Sergeant in arrest has a history of using taser on suspects.

mike from iowa said...

and POC engineers build a bridge that falls down after just five days we can tell that they were passed through on affirmative action, not competence

Lies, all lies, anystoopidfuckingnmoose. https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/was-all-female-responsible-bridge-collapse/

NSBE said...

and POC engineers build a bridge that falls down after just five days we can tell that they were passed through on affirmative action, not competence
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I guess all the other structural failures designed and built by white men by far surpass any failures of POC. The space shuttle disasters, the bridge collapse in minneapolis, the Hilton hotel in Kansas City, the Silver Bridge, the fucking Titanic and Hindenberg all white guys. What happened there? I thought you white guys were competent.

Anonymous said...

My bad, that was the Hyatt in KC

Marc B said...

The article doesn't get that Whites are in a post-racist world. The term just doesn't have the same sting after a decade of being applied to anybody who disagreed with Obama's policies. We are voting for our own group interest and don't care what "shut up" words are used to describe it. Generation Z kids are far more Trumpist than are theMillenial snowflakes, so you can count on a diminishing numbers of the White sell-out vote in elections to come.

mike from iowa said...

You are in a wasicu racist dream world where you got to call a Potus every nasty word in the books for a POC and were applauded by half the country because half the country is a racist shithole of wasted wasicus who yell the N-word like they did when they first heard it. Yer folks would be prowd, if you had any. Probably first cousins.

Anonymous said...

so you can count on a diminishing numbers of the White sell-out vote in elections to come.
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Uh sure. We actually see more white kids listening to hiphop and integrating into Black culture but whatever helps you sleep after your klan meeting. Now back to being more successful than the superior race.

PilotX said...

Another Republican shows his true colors. And folks wonder why don't vote for them.

https://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/politics/2018/06/05/s-d-lawmaker-says-businesses-should-able-turn-away-customers-based-race/673317002/

AnonX said...

Why can't people have the freedom to associate with who they want?

I think business owners who turn away customers based on race are not likely to stay in business very long, but if this is a free country, that should be their choice.

Gigantesco Cazzo said...

I can think of a good economic niche for blacks: baking red velvet wedding cakes for gays.

Anonymous said...

but if this is a free country, that should be their choice.
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of course you think that. Racist!

Anonymous said...

Hey Cazzo, is that more lucrative than your ball licking business?

mike from iowa said...

PilotX- for more on this story check out Dakota Free Press, South Dakota's best blog and best liberal blog.

Wingnuts have had control of South Dakota for nearly 40 years and it is one big Drumpf swamp of corruption. Blogger Cory is an atheist Jew married to an ordained Lutheran minister. Bet they have wild convos.