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11-23-2006, 08:06 PM
I am interested to know what made the racists racist.

For me it was working as a teacher for immigrants. (16-22 years old) I had students from all over the world, and they were very different.

It was not that I did not like them on a personal basis, but some of them were really stupid. My real awakening came when I tried to explain to some somali that not everybody could have 8 kids, because this would mean the population would explode. I could not get them to understand this. All the muslimes wanted a lot of children, because this made the family strong, and they could support eachother..

For me it was the end of racial equality and it made me realize the threat Europe was under. Malthusian Hell.

///M power
11-23-2006, 09:45 PM
my history and survival instincts.

Winston
11-23-2006, 10:10 PM
Nature made me a racist as it does everyone.

///M power
11-23-2006, 11:16 PM
Nature made me a racist as it does everyone.

yes, its part of survival.
even tribes inside a race were common at ancient times.

Fade the Butcher
11-24-2006, 12:13 AM
I reject the epithet "racist." Racialist, yes. I grew up in a multiracial environment (50% white/50% black). That's how I became a racialist. It's hard to deny something so fucking obvious when you are surrounded by it almost your entire life.

koch curve
11-24-2006, 12:25 AM
i dont really consider myself a racist at all, although i prefer the company of jews and think a strong jewish community is important, i have no objections to interbreeding between races

brigadier Biggles
11-24-2006, 01:10 AM
society makes people racist, or the people in power, for creating the situation.

remember the UK and the rest of Europe never voted on having multi-racial homelands.

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11-24-2006, 01:18 AM
I reject the epithet "racist." Racialist, yes. I grew up in a multiracial environment (50% white/50% black). That's how I became a racialist. It's hard to deny something so fucking obvious when you are surrounded by it almost your entire life.

You might have to use the racialist, but it's a word that nobody knows in Scandinavia. (Europe?)

Each day more people say they are racists, so the word starts to loose its sting. It is more and more only racist acts that are critizized, and then more as bad manners, than representing something inherently bad about the person.

Janus
11-24-2006, 01:32 AM
"Racism" is ridiculous.

I became a "racialist" after thirteen years of living in a metropolitan area.

shanemac
11-24-2006, 01:40 AM
niggers. :whip:

Brechun
11-24-2006, 03:03 AM
Nature made me a racist as it does everyone.

There's a pretty big difference between ethnocentrism/kinship and hating or disliking entire ethnic groups.

koch curve
11-24-2006, 03:13 AM
i love my own race, but i dont hate anyone elses



except maybe arabs sometimes :rolleyes:

Ahknaton
11-24-2006, 03:15 AM
i love my own race, but i dont hate anyone elses
That's the only sense in which most self-identified "racists" here are racist.

Brechun
11-24-2006, 03:24 AM
As for me I'm non-racist- I'm open to the concept of "racial differences" and I'm glad the taboos of such things are being lowered in the public, but it wouldn't lead to a dislike of any ethnic group. There are already ethnic groups out there with undeniable differences though.

shanemac
11-24-2006, 03:26 AM
I actually dislike most members of the white race too.

I'm just conservative, which means that I want to conserve the old world. Which is not possible in a multicultural/multiracial Europe/America/Australia.

Anarch
11-24-2006, 03:30 AM
My answer is a combination of Janus' and Koch curve's.

OVERWATCH
11-24-2006, 03:33 AM
Anti-racists are what made me into a "racist"...

Brechun
11-24-2006, 03:39 AM
I don't think the racial differences that could possibly come up will be anything worthwhile. IMO we might see some ethnic groups to exhibit higher frequencies of a certain gene that profoundly effect behavior, but with the exception of australian aborigines and Inuits, possibly bushmen too, no structural differences in the brains of ethnic groups have been observed.

kane123123/Eagle Eye/stumbler/iceman
11-24-2006, 04:17 AM
I am interested to know what made the racists racist.

For me it was working as a teacher for immigrants. (16-22 years old) I had students from all over the world, and they were very different.

It was not that I did not like them on a personal basis, but some of them were really stupid. My real awakening came when I tried to explain to some somali that not everybody could have 8 kids, because this would mean the population would explode. I could not get them to understand this. All the muslimes wanted a lot of children, because this made the family strong, and they could support eachother..

For me it was the end of racial equality and it made me realize the threat Europe was under. Malthusian Hell.
Jared Taylor says he "asked the question could we all get along and answered it with NO." I did the same thing. I realized that to pretend race doesn't exist, and especially to discriminate against the white majority through things like affirmitive action is to rape people of their ethnic identity. I am a race realist, and white people need to protect themselves. I want the knowledge of race realism to spread to everyone white, black, and yellow. I am not a nazi. I'm not a klansman. I'm not a confederate. I'm not stuck in the past. I am my own thing. Race realism is a new ideology about the spread of helpful knolwedge that should be contrued in a postive way for everyone, not negatively. I could write much more but I'll stop now.

Ahknaton
11-24-2006, 04:24 AM
I've always had racial pride, in that I never really bought into the White liberal guilt trip complex over White history. Over here it's more about colonialism than slavery as I assume it is in the States. I'd had problems when at school with violent Maoris and so on, but I had also some good Maori friends, and I wasn't really a grudge bearing sort.

I was pretty much a tolerant live-and-let-live kind of guy, because I kind of assumed that the sentiment was reciprocated by most minorities, and I took it for granted that the "elite" running my country was rationally-minded and any problems encountered with multiculturalism would be addressed in a reasonable way. After a while it became obvious that the usual liberal modus operandi is to stridently deny any racial issues that can't be easily pinned on Whites, and sweep them under the carpet, with the bearer of bad news denounced as "racist" and "inflammatory". I gradually began to realise that the liberal anti-racist is impervious to reality, and that there were serious problems percolating under the surface of "harmonious" multicultural society that people would prefer to look the other way from rather than address.

My "ephiphany" came when I was discussing the new South Africa with a family friend (who is involved in politics with one of the major political parties in NZ). She simply would not accept that there was anything amiss in South Africa that wasn't simply the result of "the legacy of apartheid" or for which Whites weren't ultimately to blame. It dawned on me that the feedback loop whereby theory is adjusted on the basis of observable reality is broken in the minds of these people. I also started to read up on the problems experienced by European countries with high Muslim immigration, and started to get worried that we would blindly go down the same road, not realising the problem until too late.

Another occurrence was during Hurricane Katrina, when it was reported on the news that widespread rapes were occurring in New Orleans. I was getting a bit more cocksure in my racism, and suggested to my mother that it was because it was Blacks involved. She denied it outright, and insisted that if a flood occurred in our town that similar things would happen (in fact, our town was flooded in 1989 during Cyclone Bola, and no such thing occurred). I pressed her on it, and she refused to back down. It was kind of sad and pathetic, because the look on her face pretty much gave away that she didn't believe it, felt humiliated by having to say such an obvious untruth, and simply wanted me to change the subject so she wouldn't be forced to continue lying for the sake of maintaining an anti-racist pretense. For some reason it really pissed me off that my own mother was willing to denounce all the males in our community as basically a shower of rain away from mass rape for the sake of staying faithful to her liberal anti-racist cult. It also made me realise it's a kind of spiritual and psychological sickness.

After trying to raise some issues about multiculturalism and immigration (from a slightly right-of-centre conservative position) on online discussion boards, I realised that a wide range of opinions are off-limits, even though they may be perfectly rational and backed up by evidence, and not intrinsically "hateful". It is the fact that our society is so far gone that even talking about this stuff in the open is taboo that pushed me towards more "extreme" positions such as White Nationalism. It's not just a question of whether you prefer immigration policy A or B, but whether you are even allowed to have an opinion at all (outside of a narrow band). This points to problems that are pretty deep-seated, and hence require more radical measures to address.

Starr
11-24-2006, 04:48 AM
Nothing really "made" me a racist. I have always strongly prefered the presence of my own people who I felt much more comfortable around and could relate to much better, since as far back as I can remember. I would say I begin digging into the subject of race when I was in my very late teens/early 20s.

Vasily Zaitsev
11-24-2006, 05:01 AM
Instinct and proper upbringing made me thankful for being born to my line.

Capitalism, and the forced competitive integration it inevitably brings about, made me into a "racist."

MrRS
11-24-2006, 05:02 AM
I am a product of the times.

Leshrac
11-24-2006, 03:51 PM
Being able to think for myself.

Maybe a gift from my ancestors, i was able to see thru the PC bullshit immediately :)

Winston
11-24-2006, 04:11 PM
There's a pretty big difference between ethnocentrism/kinship and hating or disliking entire ethnic groups.

Indeed. But these days ethnocentrism and kinship, when it comes to whites, is demonized as racist. I am a racist by the twisted logic of our times, even though I don't hate entire ethnic groups.



Kane123123 and Ahknaton: excellent posts. Ahknaton's post especially expresses the sort of points that all anti-racists should read, re-read and take to heart.

It was completely reasonable, utterly hate-free writing like this, helped by an open mind which is able to accept superior logic even if it clashes with fashionable thinking, which made me 'a racist'. Posts like this one strike so many chords with me that I naively expect that anyone could be turned in an instant if only they would read them too. Sadly, people just aren't that rational.
I picture people sat reading it at their computer. In the background the TV is switched on and a talking head is spewing empty clichés about the 'joys of diversity'. The person looks from their computer to the TV to the computer to the TV again, and then their shoulders slump and they go and sit down in their sofa and absorb whatever the TV is telling them.

Richard Parker
11-24-2006, 04:22 PM
Anti-racists are what made me into a "racist"...

So would you stop if we did? :p

Fade the Butcher
11-24-2006, 04:45 PM
As for me I'm non-racist- I'm open to the concept of "racial differences" and I'm glad the taboos of such things are being lowered in the public, but it wouldn't lead to a dislike of any ethnic group. There are already ethnic groups out there with undeniable differences though.

Why should we like every ethnic group? That's a prejudice.

Richard Parker
11-24-2006, 04:50 PM
Kane123123 and Ahknaton: excellent posts. Ahknaton's post especially expresses the sort of points that all anti-racists should read, re-read and take to heart.

They are well-written and I am sure they are sincere.

However I can rebutt them. Would that be acceptable in this thread, given that it is about one's transition to racism/racialism? (Mods?)

Winston
11-24-2006, 05:20 PM
They are well-written and I am sure they are sincere.

However I can rebutt them. Would that be acceptable in this thread, given that it is about one's transition to racism/racialism? (Mods?)

It wouldn't be a break from tradition* if you were to take the thread slightly off course.

*board tradition, not your tradition ;)

Burrhus
11-24-2006, 05:46 PM
Nature made me a racist as it does everyone.

You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to integrity again.

Truly and succinctly put.

Burrhus
11-24-2006, 05:49 PM
niggers. :whip:

Succincter than even Integrity's response.

MrAngry
11-24-2006, 05:54 PM
Anti-racists are what made me into a "racist"...


Rampant racists made me an anti racist

MrAngry
11-24-2006, 05:55 PM
Nature made me a racist as it does everyone.

This means nothing at all.....

MrAngry
11-24-2006, 05:57 PM
i love my own race, but i dont hate anyone elses



except maybe arabs sometimes :rolleyes:


I had a thought about the photo you have on here, the man in the bottom left corner, I think he's angry cos he cant grow a proper beard.....

///M power
11-24-2006, 06:35 PM
I hate niggers, and it's because I've lived in black neighborhoods.

I don't hate Mexicans. There are many more good Mexicans than good niggers. The problem with the Mexicans is all the damn Mexicans. We need to get that under control, but it probably won't happen.

I hate all muslims, regardless of race, because Islam is a destructive cult of evil that intends to conquer the world. I don't hate arabs as long as they aren't muslim.

most Arabs are Muslim.
I can safely say that 99% of Arabs are Muslim.

///M power
11-24-2006, 06:36 PM
i love my own race, but i dont hate anyone elses



except maybe arabs sometimes :rolleyes:

I feel the same way exactly, only I hate Arabs always not sometimes.

Burrhus
11-24-2006, 06:37 PM
Originally Posted by integrity
Nature made me a racist as it does everyone.

This means nothing at all.....

Take the test, MrA :

Burrhus:You are walking down a street and see two buildings that are engulfed in flames. There are no other people around and no telephones available to summon help. You are all alone.

You notice that on the top of each building there is a family of four: father, mother, little boy and little girl. One family is white and the other is black. You know nothing about the qualities of either family. You don't know and have no way of discovering if one of the families is better than the other, better meaning law-abiding, intelligent, decent and hard-working or criminal, stupid, shiftless and lazy. Thus you have no way to make what you would consider to be a moral judgement about which to save.

And you can only save one family as the flames are licking at the roofs! You see a ladder on the ground and realize that you only have time to save one of the families (or at least you must choose which to save first risking the lives of the other).

I ask you...Which family will you save?

See, everyone is a racist.

Two excellent posts on this thread with different slants--Integrity succinctly and Ahknaton eloquently at greater length.

I finally crossed the line to accepting being a racist after 9 years working in a big city public high school. The abuse that I took from the black (primarily) and hispanic students and the black assistant principals would get my blood too boiled up if I wrote it all down here. Trust me, it wasn't pleasant. They hated me because I was white. I wasn't a racist when I started working there. I got along quite well with the oriental and moslem kids. No abuse, well behaved.

Some of the posters here seem to equate racism with hate and I disagree with that. I am a positive racist, I care about the white race. I am not a negative racist, I don't hate blacks, I just don't want to be around them. I think that that distinction is what leads some 'racists' to call themselves 'racialists'. I have no problem with the word racialist but I think that it is unnecessary and implicitly brands racists necessarily as haters. Just say, "I am a racist who does not hate other races, I love my race, the white race". You might as well because eventually the anti-racists will pick up on the term and add the hate connotation to it as they did to racist.

Some racists hate blacks, most don't; some anti-racists hate whites, most don't. What matters is what kind of racist or anti-racist you are.

What is "race realism"?

MrAngry
11-24-2006, 06:37 PM
I feel the same way exactly, only I hate Arabs always not sometimes.


Shouldnt that be 99.99% of them? :)

koch curve
11-24-2006, 06:45 PM
I feel the same way exactly, only I hate Arabs always not sometimes.

well i dont mind most christian arabs, most of them are pretty cool, and i actually have a mizrahi friend so i tend to stay away from hating all arabs


i reserve that hatred for muslims :rofl:

MrAngry
11-24-2006, 06:47 PM
Take the test, MrA :


Answer, I would save however was the easiet, not based on colour. I would be panicing too much t o think about it.

See, everyone is a racist.

Two excellent posts on this thread with different slants--Integrity succinctly and Ahknaton eloquently at greater length.

I disagree, loaded but easy to answer...

I finally crossed the line to accepting being a racist after 9 years working in a big city public high school. The abuse that I took from the black (primarily) and hispanic students and the black assistant principals would get my blood too boiled up if I wrote it all down here. Trust me, it wasn't pleasant. They hated me because I was white. I wasn't a racist when I started working there. I got along quite well with the oriental and moslem kids. No abuse, well behaved.

Some of the posters here seem to equate racism with hate and I disagree with that. I am a positive racist, I care about the white race. I am not a negative racist, I don't hate blacks, I just don't want to be around them. I think that that distinction is what leads some 'racists' to call themselves 'racialists'. I have no problem with the word racialist but I think that it is unnecessary and implicitly brands racists necessarily as haters. Just say, "I am a racist who does not hate other races, I love my race, the white race". You might as well because eventually the anti-racists will pick up on the term and add the hate connotation to it as they did to racist.

Some racists hate blacks, most don't; some anti-racists hate whites, most don't. What matters is what kind of racist or anti-racist you are.

What is "race realism"?

With all the knocks I have had in life I should hate everyone, but I dont, if you had been mistreated in an all white school would you hate whites?
I think the way you were treated was unjustifiable by any goup, but if their treatment of you angered you so much why then do you become what you hated about them?

I am sure that there are many decent blacks and hispanics, why would you categorise all these people into one tidy group, because of your unpleasant and disturbing treatment?

Ahknaton
11-24-2006, 11:32 PM
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However I can rebutt them. Would that be acceptable in this thread, given that it is about one's transition to racism/racialism? (Mods?)
Go ahead.

Ahknaton
11-24-2006, 11:42 PM
With all the knocks I have had in life I should hate everyone, but I dont, if you had been mistreated in an all white school would you hate whites?
No, of course you shouldn't hate all Whites on the basis of an experience with some of them. Neither should you hate all Blacks on the same basis. However that is not what Burrhus was saying. He explicitly distanced himself from drawing hateful conclusions against entire groups on the basis of experience with a minority of them.
I think the way you were treated was unjustifiable by any goup, but if their treatment of you angered you so much why then do you become what you hated about them?
He hasn't become what he hated about them, since he doesn't hate all Blacks, he merely wants to separate from them.
I am sure that there are many decent blacks and hispanics, why would you categorise all these people into one tidy group, because of your unpleasant and disturbing treatment?
It is not necessary to come to a conclusion about "all" Blacks and Hispanics in order to support separation. It is simply enough to come to a conclusion that less conflict and violence would result if Whites separated from these groups (and these groups from each other) than if they remained together. I have had conflict with other Whites, but it's always been over something. However I have had several negative experiences with minority groups that are just "out of the blue" without provocation. This is not just me overgeneralising from personal experience. Statistical evidence (along with the experiences of others) show that conflict between groups is an integral part of a diverse society.

Unfortunately, the measures that are proposed to prevent this conflict usually entail significant erosions of personal freedom, which in my view makes separation the lesser evil than continuing to live together under an authoritarian government that keeps the lid on racial, religious and ethnic conflict through "hate speech" and "anti-vilification" laws. Look at the kinds of government that are required to prevent conflict from erupting between groups: e.g. the former Yugoslavia under Communism or Saddam's Iraq, or (to a lesser extent) the kind of democracy-in-name-only governments that many European countries (including Britain) are gradually moving towards with repression of free speech that could be considered "inflammatory". When these authoritarian regimes are removed, conflict results.

The fact is that Whites do not mistreat each other amongst themselves to the extent that Blacks, Whites and Hispanics mistreat each other when living together. Why is separation constantly equated with hatred? This is a cheap shot.

Masty
11-25-2006, 01:49 AM
I am interested to know what made the racists racist.

We are what we are. We're fine with it, aren't you?

*edit. aye, al'right like.

delete
11-25-2006, 02:10 AM
We are what we are. We're fine with it, aren't you?


Yes ,I am fine with it.

Isabella
11-25-2006, 02:17 AM
I do acknowledge that there are racial differences, that does not mean that I will agree with everything said by any given racist.

Osmium14
11-25-2006, 02:28 AM
The current and ongoing genocide of my people makes me a racist.
The oppression of freedom of speech makes me racist.
The concentration of mass media in 4 or 5 large conglomerates (large corporations) makes me racist.
The liberal indoctrination that we receive at schools and universities makes me racist.
The anti-White and anti-European policies that are designed to strip me of my heritage and freedom make me racist.
The inability of African-desended people to create a civilization, nor live in one, makes me racist.
The violent crime and destitution of non-Whites makes me racist.
The replacement of my people by a foreign people in my native countries (Europe, Australia, and North America) makes me racist.
The concern over the future of my children and grandchildren make me racist.
The double standard of multiculturalism that is held against my people makes me racist.

I could go on and on, but you get the point... :deadhorse: :whip: :mad:

TruthSeeker
11-25-2006, 02:51 AM
I have a hate/love relationship with all races. In other words, I am racist to all and none. :)

Richard Parker
11-25-2006, 06:14 AM
Jared Taylor says he "asked the question could we all get along and answered it with NO."

My answer would be a resounding YES. "Could" is the operative word.

It it better to work toward fulfilling this potential, rather than retreating from it.

Two main problems with the latter are (a) It would be extremely difficult or impossible to acheive anyway and (b) It would be a great defeat for humankind in an increasingly and inevitably interdependent world.

Richard Parker
11-25-2006, 06:47 AM
I've always had racial pride, in that I never really bought into the White liberal guilt trip complex over White history.

Your post basically describes your transition to racialism as a reaction to this cultural construct (white liberal guilt). The degree to how severe this is in society is debateable anyway, but that is seperate from my point here, which is that your racialism doesn't seem to be founded on something as solid as you may think.

For some reason it really pissed me off that my own mother was willing to denounce all the males in our community as basically a shower of rain away from mass rape for the sake of staying faithful to her liberal anti-racist cult.

This statement is evidence of your tendency to exaggerate the amount of white liberal guilt out there. If your mother's defensively saying that it was not because they are black is tantamount to making such a denounciation of males in your community, then how much more so damning of black males was your comment, which was taking the offensive. So if you don't believe it to that extent about blacks, you have to admit that you overstated your mother's white liberal guilt.

It seems that you are trying to be provocative on one hand, and grossly exaggerating the degree of what your opposition is saying, on the other. It is a tendency I have noticed about you before. On a couple of occasions you have accused me of tricky disingenuous tactics when in fact these had not even occured to me.

I am not saying that you are not really a racialist, or that you are insincere, or that you are not motivated by what you feel are the right things.

But I do get the impression that your racialism is based largely on overreaction and is not on very solid ground, and not necessary to rectify whatever it is that bugs you in society. I understand that the more you get into it the more and more difficult it is to get out of it though.

Richard Parker
11-25-2006, 06:49 AM
Some racists hate blacks, most don't; some anti-racists hate whites, most don't. What matters is what kind of racist or anti-racist you are.

Thanks for understanding this. We constantly get called anti-white.

leondegrance
11-25-2006, 07:03 AM
I grew up in segregated Clearwater, Florida, so I know this type of environment is far better for whites. When I went to high school (early '80's), they bussed in the animal niggers from South St. Petersburg. To know niggers is to hate them.

Halo
11-25-2006, 10:43 AM
Nothing did. I have a tendency to prefer being around White people. I do hate some though. Maybe I really hate more black people than White because in my country more of them are uneducated, because, now that I think about it, I hate a lot of White people too.
Anyways, I do feel more atracted to white people than any other. Dunno why that is.

Jonathan
11-25-2006, 10:49 AM
I stopped thinking that every race is exactly the same while on the Phora actually, Fade's posts in particular I must say (though I suspect I would have come to this conclusion eventually anyway - it is fairly obvious after all). This is not to say that I'm a racist though nor do I condone any forms of racial supremacism.

Nyx
11-25-2006, 11:06 AM
I became a racist through Socialism.

that guy
11-25-2006, 12:26 PM
Your post basically describes your transition to racialism as a reaction to this cultural construct (white liberal guilt). The degree to how severe this is in society is debateable anyway, but that is seperate from my point here, which is that your racialism doesn't seem to be founded on something as solid as you may think.


harjit, I am speaking only for myself of course, but in my opinion you have to separate between the reason someone started to become a "racist" and the reason they stay "racist". When you are brainwashed, it might take a strange occurrence to snap you out of it, but I have a feeling that most of the posters here stay "racists" because of the logic in it, regardless of the original reason that brought them here.

As for equating "racism" with "evil" – I will admit that I sometimes feel uncomfortable writing the things that I do, because I think they might be "offensive" to certain people. And yes, this is something that I can stop doing (theoretically). However, the one thing that I can't do is convince myself that there are no significant racial differences, so if that makes me "evil" then I will probably be pretty GD evil until the day that I (1) die, or (2) lose a significant portion of my cerebral cortex in a horrible accident/disease.. (horrible for me, that is. You would probably whoop for joy ;)).

Richard Parker
11-26-2006, 02:17 PM
As for equating "racism" with "evil" – I will admit that I sometimes feel uncomfortable writing the things that I do, because I think they might be "offensive" to certain people. And yes, this is something that I can stop doing (theoretically). However, the one thing that I can't do is convince myself that there are no significant racial differences, so if that makes me "evil" then I will probably be pretty GD evil until the day that I (1) die, or (2) lose a significant portion of my cerebral cortex in a horrible accident/disease.. (horrible for me, that is. You would probably whoop for joy ;)).

Whaa? :confused:

When did I equate racism with evil? That is too big a word to describe opponents on an internet discussion board.

And no, I won't whoop for joy if you became brain-damaged in a car accident, wiping out your racist thoughts and turning you into a committed anti, or if you just lost your testicles and thus no longer pass racist ideas to a subsequent generation.

I would whoop for joy, however, if you moved in that direction through your own free will.

I find I have to do a lot of explaining these days about situations in which I would or wouldn't whoop for joy... maybe I need something in my user title.

that guy
11-26-2006, 03:36 PM
Whaa? :confused:

When did I equate racism with evil? That is too big a word to describe opponents on an internet discussion board.
Yeah, I originally wanted to add a "not that this is exactly what you said" disclaimer, but eventually I left it out. Racism = evil is society's general view, though. Here in the US, anyway.

And no, I won't whoop for joy if you became brain-damaged in a car accident, wiping out your racist thoughts and turning you into a committed anti, or if you just lost your testicles and thus no longer pass racist ideas to a subsequent generation.
Whaa? :confused:

I didn't say anything about any testicles being lost. I said severe brain damage!

MrAngry
11-26-2006, 04:41 PM
Yeah, I originally wanted to add a "not that this is exactly what you said" disclaimer, but eventually I left it out. Racism = evil is society's general view, though. Here in the US, anyway.


Whaa? :confused:

I didn't say anything about any testicles being lost. I said severe brain damage!


It is often said of men that the two are inextricably linked. :rofl:

TruthSeeker
11-26-2006, 05:16 PM
It is often said of men that the two are inextricably linked. :rofl:

Men usually don't think with their balls...most of the time. :)

MrAngry
11-26-2006, 05:19 PM
Men usually don't think with their balls...most of the time. :)


When I was younger a couple of beers and a few pretty girls my brain would turn off and the balls would take over, closely followed by the apendage!

TruthSeeker
11-26-2006, 05:19 PM
When I was younger a couple of beers and a few pretty girls my brain would turn off and the balls would take over, closely followed by the apendage!

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Masty
11-26-2006, 05:36 PM
I was borne a proud racist. Its in the blood.

:bbbat:

Janus
11-26-2006, 07:14 PM
I would whoop for joy... if you moved in that direction through your own free will. Do you believe in "free will"? :)

Burrhus
11-26-2006, 07:27 PM
Originally Posted by Burrhus
Some racists hate blacks, most don't; some anti-racists hate whites, most don't. What matters is what kind of racist or anti-racist you are.

Thanks for understanding this. We constantly get called anti-white.

Note that I wrote that most anti-racists don't hate whites which is not the same as saying that they are not anti-white. While their intent may not be anti-white they are in effect anti-white in that they advocate for policies that are leading to the virtual elimination of the white race.

That is to say, anti-racists are effectively anti-white but not necessarily white-haters. Given the current political climate where non-whites cannot by definition be racist, being anti-racist is logically equivalent to being pro-non-white and therefore anti-white.

Burrhus
11-26-2006, 07:30 PM
I grew up in segregated Clearwater, Florida, so I know this type of environment is far better for whites. When I went to high school (early '80's), they bussed in the animal niggers from South St. Petersburg. To know niggers is to hate them.

Had you grown up before 1965, you would have noticed that life was better for the blacks in their own communities than it is today.

हिन्दुस्तान
11-26-2006, 07:31 PM
My fathers views played a heavy role in shaping the way I think today.

If it was up to my mother I would be just another far left liberal and for that I owe a lot to my father.

Burrhus
11-26-2006, 07:35 PM
I stopped thinking that every race is exactly the same while on the Phora actually, Fade's posts in particular I must say (though I suspect I would have come to this conclusion eventually anyway - it is fairly obvious after all). This is not to say that I'm a racist though nor do I condone any forms of racial supremacism.

Take the test, Jonathon. Everyone is a racist (not a supremicist). Some of us just are willing to admit it.

Burrhus: You are walking down a street and see two buildings that are engulfed in flames. There are no other people around and no telephones available to summon help. You are all alone.

You notice that on the top of each building there is a family of four: father, mother, little boy and little girl. One family is white and the other is black. You know nothing about the qualities of either family. You don't know and have no way of discovering if one of the families is better than the other, better meaning law-abiding, intelligent, decent and hard-working or criminal, stupid, shiftless and lazy. Thus you have no way to make what you would consider to be a moral judgement about which to save.

And you can only save one family as the flames are licking at the roofs! You see a ladder on the ground and realize that you only have time to save one of the families (or at least you must choose which to save first risking the lives of the other).

I ask you...Which family will you save?

MrAngry
11-26-2006, 07:35 PM
Had you grown up before 1965, you would have noticed that life was better for the blacks in their own communities than it is today.


I'm genuinely interested to know why you think that is?

Burrhus
11-26-2006, 07:39 PM
Guy: I didn't say anything about any testicles being lost. I said severe brain damage!

It is often said of men that the two are inextricably linked. :rofl:

This from the guy with a strap-on in his avatar! (Humor)

MrAngry
11-26-2006, 07:55 PM
This from the guy with a strap-on in his avatar! (Humor)

It isnt a strap-on, it was particularly cold in the previous avatar.. :)

TruthSeeker
11-26-2006, 08:04 PM
This from the guy with a strap-on in his avatar! (Humor)

Oh crap! I didn't notice that!!! LOL!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

Burrhus
11-26-2006, 08:09 PM
Originally Posted by Burrhus
Had you grown up before 1965, you would have noticed that life was better for the blacks in their own communities than it is today.

I'm genuinely interested to know why you think that is?

In a segregated America, blacks from the high end of the IQ distribution still lived and worked within the black community in that they were largely excluded from functioning in the white community. They were the leaders, professionals, business owners, who created wealth and employment for the blacks, and in general those who provided blacks with the stability necessary for a healthy community.

When these high-end blacks were siphoned off after 1965 through 'civil rights' laws and affirmative action into the white community as symbolic tokens of the righteousness of the all-races-are-equal agenda, the blacks who were left behind to fend for themselves without their own racial elite declined into an underclass plagued with gangs, violence, illegitimacy, fatherlessness, poverty and the many ills which befall a people without leaders of their own race to guide and protect them. Their new government bureaucratic overseers cared little about the real consequences for blacks of the welfare apparatus set up to supposedly take the place of their own black elite.

It was the hypocritical, 'anti-racist' liberal whites and Dubois' black 10% who perpetrated this injury on the black community. Yet it is racist whites such as myself who realize that blacks would be better off, and I wish they were, under segregation who are vilified and blamed for the problems facing today's black underclass. The paradox here is that those liberals and blacks responsible for the suffering of blacks hold the putative moral high ground, while racists are demonized.

I hope that that answers your question.

MrAngry
11-26-2006, 08:26 PM
In a segregated America, blacks from the high end of the IQ distribution still lived and worked within the black community in that they were largely excluded from functioning in the white community. They were the leaders, professionals, business owners, who created wealth and employment for the blacks, and in general those who provided blacks with the stability necessary for a healthy community.

When these high-end blacks were siphoned off after 1965 through 'civil rights' laws and affirmative action into the white community as symbolic tokens of the righteousness of the all-races-are-equal agenda, the blacks who were left behind to fend for themselves without their own racial elite declined into an underclass plagued with gangs, violence, illegitimacy, fatherlessness, poverty and the many ills which befall a people without leaders of their own race to guide and protect them. Their new government bureaucratic overseers cared little about the real consequences for blacks of the welfare apparatus set up to supposedly take the place of their own black elite.

It was the hypocritical, 'anti-racist' liberal whites and Dubois' black 10% who perpetrated this injury on the black community. Yet it is racist whites such as myself who realize that blacks would be better off, and I wish they were, under segregation who are vilified and blamed for the problems facing today's black underclass. The paradox here is that those liberals and blacks responsible for the suffering of blacks hold the putative moral high ground, while racists are demonized.

I hope that that answers your question.


Good post, you give racists a good name :)

If I accept what you say, what could be done now?

Ravenheart
11-26-2006, 08:30 PM
I became a racialist through the eugenics movement.

Dr. Gutberlet
11-27-2006, 02:06 AM
I became a racist when I realized that I only desire the company of those most like myself- both physically and behaviorally.

TruthSeeker
11-27-2006, 02:13 AM
I became a racist when I realized that I only desire the company of those most like myself- both physically and behaviorally.

That's natural to every person. :) We all are comfortable to anyone who has a degree of familiarity of ourselves in others.

Dr. Gutberlet
11-27-2006, 02:19 AM
That's natural to every person. :) We all are comfortable to anyone who has a degree of familiarity of ourselves in others.

Which is why I cannot believe that so many people lie to themselves, thinking that racism is "unnatural" or "horrible".

TruthSeeker
11-27-2006, 02:22 AM
Which is why I cannot believe that so many people lie to themselves, thinking that racism is "unnatural" or "horrible".

Racism is common to ALL races and not only exclusive to whites despite what many Afro-centrists may say. :rolleyes: Afro-centrists are worst racists than whites. Racism is something that was bred into our DNA millennia ago.

Richard Parker
11-27-2006, 08:30 AM
Whaa? :confused:

Plagiarism :p


I didn't say anything about any testicles being lost. I said severe brain damage!
Well, I just threw that one in to really emphasize how I would NOT whoop for joy at your misfortune, the way you expect me to.