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The great Thomas Sowell kindly recognized me in a recent syndicated column for showing there is a low-level race war raging in what used to be our country—racially-motivated black violence that deliberately targets the white historic American nation. [Race-Hustling Results: Part III, October 24, 2013]
I appreciate the recognition but I have to disagree with Dr. Sowell on one point. This war is nothing new: it has been raging for decades.
Dr. Sowell bravely praises the work of Colin Flaherty and his book White Girl Bleed a Lot for reporting the news the controlled media would rather conceal. He also says my writings on Political Correctness and the collapse of American cities can't be rejected as mere racism:
It would be easy to simply dismiss Kersey as a racist. But denouncing him or ignoring him is not refuting him. Refuting requires thought, which has largely been replaced by fashionable buzzwords and catchphrases when it comes to discussions of race.
Thought is long overdue. So is honesty.
In that spirit, I suggest Dr. Sowell should take a look at the July 28, 1967 issue of Life Magazine and
After the shutdown, it didn’t take long for President Obama to start beating the Amnesty drum. But the real problem is that the Republican Party seems set on helping him.
[This was an address I gave to the H.L. Mencken Club on Saturday, November 2nd, 2013. The theme of the weekend meeting was “Decadence”; the particular sub-theme we addressed on Saturday afternoon was “Political Decadence.”]
The Fulford File | Profiling Is Wrong No Matter HOW Right It Is—As Ex Drug Dealer And Thug Jay-Z Explains
A young man with the evocative name of Trayon was recently questioned by the NYPD at Barney’s, a New York clothing store.
Want to really SCARE young Americans this Halloween? Show them how the ruling class wants them to live!
In the space of a few weeks there, two news stories came along with an obvious connection between them. Outside the sphere of Dissident Right websites, however, the connection was not made.