Outrage and Acceptability in Black Riots

I have an interesting way of explaining to people who don’t get “racism”. The idea of casual racism is much more deadlier than the Klansman.

The person you fear is not the swastika wearing goose stepping skin-head. That guy is all talk and no trousers. His very struggle for white domination is a joke. I don’t look at places like the Stormfront and think “MAN! That’s scary!” but “Man that’s kind of pathetic”.

These are  people who see themselves as the German Nazis. Educated, Erudite and Stylish.

Not potato men who the Nazis would have killed. These are the sort of people who think that “if only we beat the Darkies and Jews! We would be upto our balls in Hugo Boss and Frauleins”. Without realising the biggest impediment to their plans are the fact that they are not bright. These are people who literally think the people who are so bad that killing Nazis is akin too killing Aliens, Robots or Zombies in public media. And rather than take the reality where the Nazis were actually human beings with nuances and beliefs that had their roots in many things… they would rather just march around badly mutilating German. [Read more…]

Rage Against the Machine

It is no surprise that the policeman who shot and killed Michael Brown was not indicted.

I don’t think there is a riot in Ferguson. I think it is just “Hijinks”. After all boys will be boys? I am sorry? Are we reporting two cases of rioting in different ways? Is it okay to riot due to an out of control pumpkin festival but not if you have to argue about the rights of the police?

Activism among White Kids is more acceptable. Possibly because it’s a more genteel form.  It’s people angry about GMOs and Global Warming. But when people of colour get angry about things it generally doesn’t end well. We aren’t portrayed as passionate, we are portrayed as dangerous.

And there are some problems with the dialogue about this. Yes, even among atheists we see the problem. If there was any indicator of “you don’t get it”, there are enough of us who don’t get why people are so angry.

There is a puzzling notion that people should ALWAYS peacefully protest. I agree, peaceful protest is ideal but sometimes it is not possible. The point of powerful pacifist protest is to break the law. Willingly and Deliberately break the law. It is marching miles to make salt. It is purposefully sitting in the wrong seat. It is assembling after curfew.  [Read more…]

Stormfronter Mail – Ha Ha!

Oh my! Someone charming left me a message! Apparently they took offence to a variety of my posts ranging from the support of interracial couples and indeed telling people how much of a tit Vox Day is.

Fuck you, you Paki Fag!

How fast can you run you sand nigger? Now that real Hindus have taken power, your fake Muslim arse is going to be thrown out on the street where you deserve to be. Your country is shit, your skin colour is shit and you aren’t as smart. If you were your country would be as good as ours.

Dots good, Beards bad!

Now lets see you stand for those abhumans knowing they will come to kill you. [Read more…]

It’s Not Racism if we don’t Understand

There is an old racist meme I remember from the good olde days of not being a blogger.

In it they had 3 brains. One was human and labelled “Caucasian”. Another was labelled “Orangutan” and allegedly simian. And the one in the middle was a mix of both and labelled “Negroid”.

I had a laugh. I had dissected enough people to know that brains were the same inside. But there is a long history of science propping up racism. The most serious proponent was Dr. Mengele. I had a rather interesting life in Prague. One of the books I read was “I was Dr. Mengele’s Assistant”. It is by a Jewish doctor who was spared Auschwitz if he helped out with the experiments. In this he charts the lives he helped save and the lives he could not.

The latest is from Taki’s Steve Sailer where anti-racism is called by the moniker of “Liberal Creationism”. [Read more…]

Like a Hugo Baws – Vox Day 2

I wrote about my take on the Hugo Awards and the fact Vox Day was nominated. It’s simple, if he is nominated and in the interest of free speech, I can write an article  pointing out he is a racist, sexist, homophobe and all round terrible human being and that we should not vote for him or encourage such behaviour among a community which lacks for diversity and where minorities often find themselves being judged for “realness”.

But people took umbrage to that. And sent me this. [Read more…]