I like this quote:
And so rather than trying to end racial realism, we need to make sure that it doesn’t block opportunities for minorities.
Wait, what? Doesn’t block opportunities for minorities is fine, but shouldn’t we also make sure it doesn’t block opportunities for non-minoorities as well? Liberals are such swine! They used to be all about non-discrimination, equal opportunity for everyone. I am old enough to remember this line of BS coming from the libs. Now it’s kill YT, all the time. Now the same people that debated killing white babies with Bill Ayres are the editors of the New York Times.
Interesting how the social engineers could not avoid racial realism:
Racial realism is common in many sectors. Hospitals, supported by progressive foundations, racially match physicians and patients to improve health care. School districts place minority teachers in schools with large numbers of minority students because they supposedly understand their learning styles better, and serve as racial role models. Police departments try to reduce crime and police brutality by racially matching officers and neighborhoods.
This begs the question — don’t white students need white teachers too? Is it always only about non-whites, and the interests of whites always takes the hindmost? Makes you want to find a liberal and . . . well never mind.
The extreme political correctness of this era is forcing talk shows to constantly talk about the racial issues. Rush Limbaugh’s whole show is mocking PC these days, and Michael Savage talks about White inventions and says that (paraphrase follows) if not for white men, we’d still be living in grass huts. That is a classic WN argument! We used to say to black people at street protests, No more white people, no more orange soda! Terribly offensive, eh? Not calling them racial slurs or anything, just arguing that the continuation of white people is in their interest too.
Talk radio has a LOT of listeners, and they are being primed for WN thinking. The economic conditions of relentless contraction makes for fertile soil for this priming. So I’m not too worried about converting people to our way of thinking. They are already there. I’m more concerned about how are we going to survive the Long Emergency, especially when Russia starts selling oil and gas to Asia instead of Europe.
It’s going to suck to be hungry; to lose our many creature comforts. But you know what’s going to be awesome? The end of the public schools, the end of the Paychex Liberals, the end of welfare checks for mudshark mommas — all of it.
Make sure you can purify water for drinking. If there is a big event that destroys the infrastructure, lots of people will die from cholera or other drinking water related diseases.