Brothawolf Finally Admits: We Were Right All Along.


For the past few years, we’ve had an on-again, off-again exchange in these pages with Brothawolf (BW).  We finally ended it because BW finally admitted that he had no real arguments to put up against our hypothesis that America is no longer a country that harbors racist sentiment against black people.  Instead he’d merely been trolling us.

During all our exchanges, we made the following howlingly obvious point many times: If someone has a strong, persuasive argument to make against something, he… uses it.

He doesn’t retreat to insults, invective, or whining about the tone we might use to make our arguments, or… trolling. He doesn’t do that because he doesn’t have to. He uses the strong argument(s) because… he can. Because it’s (they’re) available to him. Because he’s aware of it (them).

If, however, he’s got nothing, then he’s reduced to… trolling. As here, for example. In that linked post, BW admitted that he’d been derailing the subject all along — that he’d been trolling.

Well, again, someone with a strong argument on his side has no reason to engage in this type of silly behavior, because, again, he doesn’t have to to make his point(s). Furthermore, someone with a strong argument on his side, has a powerful incentive not to troll, not to derail, not to do anything that might distract from the points he makes.

Here’s the deeper point: BW’s admission made me question all the other posts he’d made on our blog that just seemed outlandishly stupid, or thick, or repetitive, or idiotic, or more ignorant than usual… and I had to admit that there were very, very many such posts.

These were posts whose assertions, for example, we’d just responded to very recently. Or posts that brought up ridiculously off-topic, irrelevancies — Ex.: BW asked me once if I were part of a cult, then when I didn’t respond immediately, he said that my non-response indicated that I was. Things like that, that are so stupid, so brainless, so irrelevant that one has to question whether such a thing is posted in good faith.

It turns out it wasn’t.

Here’s where I have a confession to make: I am naive. I am trusting. I operate under the assumption — our Primary Assumption here — that a person sincerely believes what he or she posts in these pages. We all, here at our small but increasingly influential think tank, operate under that same assumption.

It requires quite a lot to shake us of that assumption, because we believe in it. We believe that (1) we must operate under the responsibilities that it implies — only posting what we sincerely believe to be true — and that (2) it’s important to extend the common courtesy of the Primary Assumption to all who come here to interact with us.

Brothawolf shook us of our assumption with his two-part admission. Part 1: He’s a troll. He admitted it, and we have no reason to doubt his word. Especially since that admission clears up a lot of mystery surrounding what he’s posted in the recent and in the not so recent past, which, as mentioned, was frequently so astonishingly stupid or irrelevant, that it made us question our cherished Primary Assumption. Part 2 of BW’s admission: BW concedes that our points were right all along. It’s the only conclusion that can be derived from Part 1.

Again, to repeat the obvious: if someone has a compelling argument to bring to bear against an argument, he… uses it. There’s no getting away from that ironclad truth.

Now, here’s what we here call our Primary Commandment: Attack the thought or the post, never the person.

Brothawolf made us violate that one too. In a recent post, we admitted that we were “taking off the gloves,” that we were no longer going to stand for BW’s insults and libels questioning our sanity and characters, that we were going to give right back as well as he gave. And we did. We’re not proud of it, but we’ve always said that we reserve the right to go low if the other person, despite, repeated admonitions to cut it out, continues to go low himself.

Going low was always Brothawolf’s modus operandi, so we did it too, and…

Oddly enough it worked!

As soon as we started trading insult for insult, BW stopped whining about our tone! Nearly immediately he said he was no longer offended, that his feelings were no longer hurt, that he was over it all. The meaner we got, the less offended he became!

I think he was shocked that we’d adopt such a tone in the first place. However, in so doing, BW made another admission: he admitted he finally understood what we meant when we told him that we  were never offended by his insults. Because we never were.

He’d say such outlandishly stupid things about us — we’re “psychopaths,” and “crazy,” and “racists,” and all the rest, not knowing that if he wants these things to land, he has to make them at least a tiny bit credible.

Stated more frankly, to try to turn a bunch of people who wouldn’t, and have never, hurt a fly into psychopaths, and Nazis, and fascists, and racists, and crazy people lacks any possibility of credibility.

In the last few dozen or so posts and comments, we’ve taught Brothawolf quite a lot, and just as importantly, he’s admitted to quite a lot!


In all our interactions, BW had an overarching goal, that he admitted openly: through his sparkling logic and repartée he was going to force us here to slip up, and through some glaring faux pas, show everyone what racists we are. We often told BW that was a fool’s game… for the simple reason that we’re not racists.

However, from that point on, Brothawolf himself admitted #1 to being a racist himself, #2 to being a troll, and #3 to being a liar. Finally, #4: despite numerous opportunities to redeem himself, BW stuck by his endorsement of a friend’s post fantasizing about the violent death of all white people on the planet.

Well, we need no further convincing. Brothawolf: we accept your admission that we’ve been right all along!

Now, we challenge you to rid yourself of your racism. There are overt steps you can take to do this:

  • On your blog, repudiate the post that your friend wrote fantasizing about the violent death of all white people.
  • If you’re unable to bring yourself to denounce and renounce black racism, then at least renounce your own racism, and renounce the racism of all people of all races.
  • The evidence is now overwhelming that the Covington High School kids were innocent of any wrongdoing in the recent incident in Washington, D.C. It would be a nice gesture if you were to admit that you were wrong, and if you were to apologize for defaming them.
  • You could apologize to us here, whom you’ve called many scurrilous names, as well as having questioned out intelligence, our sanity, our education, our characters and our morals. You did nothing but attack us here, leaving our ideas and thoughts unscathed. We don’t really need your apology, because none of us was ever offended by your calumnies… such an apology would be for you, and for your own redemption.

Those steps would represent a good start.

BW: it won’t be easy for you to get rid of your racism. By now, at your more advanced age, you certainly love it, are attached to it, it’s a part of your identity as a person. The problem is that racism is part of the identity of a bad person. In getting rid of it, you’ll immediately improve yourself as a person, and that would be a grand thing indeed.

— xPraetorius

29 thoughts on “Brothawolf Finally Admits: We Were Right All Along.

  1. Let me ask you some simple, easy-to-answer questions. And once, just once, don’t call me names or treat me like I’m beneath you. Can you do that for me just once?

    What’s wrong about calling out racism carried about by white people?

    Why is it consider racist for call out racism that was carried out by white people?

    Why is it consider bad or evil to call out racism that was carried out by white people?

    Who are you to tell me or anyone else what racism is and think your definition is the absolute one?

    Why can’t you discuss the issue of racism with me like a human being as opposed to a lost child who doesn’t know any better?

    Why do you consider me calling out racism carried out by white people leftist or liberal and as such a bad thing to do?

    Since you say that nothing I say gets to you, why is wanting white people to stop with their racism so much of a bother to you that you continue to reference me and Abagond numerous times even when we don’t even mention you on our blog from time to time and that you need me to lift the ban on you so you can comment on a blog I run in my own way?

    Why are me and Abagond the only two black bloggers you frequently mention?

    If Abagond and I are that important enough to you to want to write blog posts about us, why don’t you do something else against us besides blog about how supposedly terrible we are seeing as how we’re constantly brought up in your blog?

    Why are you obsessively holding on to a comment made by a visitor on my blog a while back and not let it go?

    If you are against racism of “all” forms, why don’t you blog about racism committed by white people?

    Why do you insist that black racism is worst than white racism?

    Why in all honestly is my word never as good as yours or conservatives?

    I just need you to get me honest answers to all these questions. Simple, straight-to-the-point answers with no excessive talking, no name calling, no condescension, none of your usual BS.

    1. You Said:
      Let me ask you some simple, easy-to-answer questions. And once, just once, don’t call me names or treat me like I’m beneath you. Can you do that for me just once?
      My Reply:
      I’ve, of course, never treated you as if you’re beneath me. You’ve imagined that too. What you say is, indeed, beneath me… and beneath you. Your racism and bigotry are beneath all decent people.
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      You Said:
      What’s wrong about calling out racism carried about by white people?
      My Reply:
      Nothing’s wrong with it. However, what you say is wrong. You point to individual incidents and suggest that these isolated incidents prove that America is a racist country as a whole. It’s not. I showed that pretty convincingly.
      Also, if you’re going to “call out racism carried out by white people,” you should be sure that your own house is clean. Furthermore, you should condemn racism from all corners, or your claim to be anti-racism is a fraud. As it is. If racism is evil, it’s evil for all. Sorry, it’s not okay for some, but evil for others. You’re either anti-racist or you’re not. You’re not.
      The problem is that you’re the guy who’s robbbed the liquor store and who runs out in the street pointing at that man over there, yelling, “Thief!” … But, you’re still the one who robbed the liquor store.

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      You Said:
      Why is it consider racist for call out racism that was carried out by white people?
      My Reply:
      This was incoherent. Proofread. I assume you meant: “Why do you consider it racist to call out racism carried out by white people?
      My Reply: I don’t. I consider racism to be racism. You’re a racist. You routinely make generalizations about all white people. You use the obviously racist term: “whiteness.” You routinely generalize on all white people. You endorsed a fantasy that all white people die violently. You’re a hard-core, ugly racist.
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      You Said:
      Why is it consider bad or evil to call out racism that was carried out by white people?
      My Reply:
      This was incoherent. I assume you meant: “Why do you consider it bad or evil to call out racism carried out by white people?
      My Reply: I don’t. Again, you’re the guy who robbed the liquor store, then ran out afterward pointing at the other guy and yelling, “Thief!” But you’re still the guy who robbed the package store. If you want desperately to call out racism by white people, then you shouldn’t be a, you know, a racist. The things you’ve said, the things you’ve endorsed, I’ve never heard any white person say… ever. And I’e dealt with white people all my life. I have to, they’re all around me. None of them have ever mistreated me, none of them have ever said anything about black people like what you’ve said about white people. Ever. Not even close.
      Dude: the incoherence of this question of yours is nearly identical to the incoherence of the previous question. That proves pretty conclusively that you know how to use Copy-Paste. Are you really going to try to pretend to me that you couldn’t look up the video… when I even gave you the search words? I don’t think so. Your whole video whine was a scam all along. More trolling.
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      You Said:
      Since you say that nothing I say gets to you, why is wanting white people to stop with their racism so much of a bother to you that you continue to reference me and Abagond numerous times even when we don’t even mention you on our blog from time to time and that you need me to lift the ban on you so you can comment on a blog I run in my own way?
      My Reply:
      Nothing you say offends me. I wouldn’t be offended if I went into battle and the enemy shot at me. However, I’d still shoot ’em back. Duh! You post stupidity, racist codswallop, lies, fabrications, ugly crap… it needs to be countered. There are other stupid people out there, like you, who believe that crap. Someone needs to show them that not everyone has drunk the same toxic sludge you did. You don’t “run a blog,” you run an echo chamber. It’s your right, just don’t pretend you run a blog, and don’t pretend you support free speech. You’re a fascistic censor.
      White people stopped their racism long ago — at least the acts that indicated racism. You don’t want white pepole to stop racism at all… your entire identity is wrapped up in being a pathetic victim of what is now a bunch of imaginary and fabricated racism. The worst thing in the world for the entire Race Grievance Industry is if black people started increasingly to realize that there’s no racism standing in the way of their advancing as far as they want to in America. I don’t need you to lift any ban on me (us) at all. There are some things that would show that you’re not a complete idiot. One of those is not banning people who disagree with you. Another would be to renounce and repudiate your friend’s genocidal fantasy. You’ll do neither. There are many more, but you don’t have the courage or character to do any of them.
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      You Said:
      Why are me and Abagond (sic) the only two black bloggers you frequently mention?
      My Reply:
      You’re the only ones I (we) mention in this blog. My colleagues and I participate actively in numerous venues for political discussion and debate. I’ve (we’ve) made a studuy of you two — in this blog — for various reasons.
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      You Said:
      If Abagond and I are that important enough to you to want to write blog posts about us, why don’t you do something else against us besides blog about how supposedly terrible we are seeing as how we’re constantly brought up in your blog?
      My Reply:
      I (we) don’t do anything “against you.” You blog… I (we) blog. What else would you have me (us) do? We operaste in the realm of ideas here.
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      You Said:
      Why are you obsessively holding on to a comment made by a visitor on my blog a while back and not let it go?
      My Reply:
      It was, and remains, a test for you… a test you repeatedly have failed. Goodness knows I shuould stop giving you opportunities to redeem yourself. Dude: the comment was so racist, so grotesque, so monstrous, so hideous — and your casual, flippant response was so automatic — that it stood there accusing you completely unsubtly. If you couldn’t find it in you to reject that, then you truly are a monster. I’d hoped against hope that you’d prove me wrong, and I gave you opportunity after opportunity after opportunity to do so. You failed each time. If I’d ever allowed such filth to stain my (our) blog, people would have — correctly — erupted in fury! But it’s still there. Furthermore, you have left it there for so long that it won’t be enough now for you just to delete it… no, you need to publicly announce that you’re deleting it, and you need to renounce its sentiments for the crap that they are, and you need to repudiate its thought, and you need to apologize, and you need to announce that you’ll never allow that kind of filth on your site again. That would be a good start. By the way, you don’t need to do that for me, you need to do that for you.
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      You Said:
      Who are you to tell me or anyone else what racism is and think your definition is the absolute one?
      My Reply:
      Who are you to tell me or anyone else what racism is and think your definition is the absolute one?
      Dude: I didn’t tell you, the dictionary told you. You should use one once in a while. I’m okay with suggesting that the dictionary doesn’t have to be the ultimate authority, but if you’re going to replace its definition, then you should give me a darned good reason to do so. You don’t get to change the definition of a word just because you don’t like it, or when arguments don’t go the way you want them to go.
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      You Said:
      Why do you consider me calling out racism carried out by white people leftist or liberal and as such a bad thing to do?
      My Reply:
      Why do you consider me calling out racism carried out by white people leftist or liberal and as such a bad thing to do?
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      You Said:
      Why do you consider me calling out racism carried out by white people leftist or liberal and as such a bad thing to do?
      My Reply:
      Your calling out racism is not leftist. You’re a leftist. Calling out racism is a good thing. Trying to genrealize on an entire population based on the acts of one person is a very ugly, bad, stupid — very leftist — thing to do.
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      You Said:
      If you are against racism of “all” forms, why don’t you blog about racism committed by white people?
      My Reply:
      First: How do you know I don’t? Second: if I don’t, so what? That has nothing to do with whether what I say is true or not. If what I say is true, then the rest of my blogging is perfectly irrelevant. The truth is the truth, dude. Deal with what I (we) say, not who we are.
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      You Said:
      Why do you insist that black racism is worst than white racism?
      My Reply:
      They’re both equally bad. However, now there’s a whole lot more black racism than white racism, and black racism is more virulent because it’s socially acceptable. So you have whack jobs like your friend fantasizing about the violent death of all white people, and no one utters a peep. Any and all white groups, organizations or individuals who dare to say crap like that are immediately drummed out of polite society, and to the extent possible, ostracized. But, when a black person say it, the likes of you immediately rush to excuse it, and even to endorse it! Astonishing!
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      You Said:
      Why in all honestly is my word never as good as yours or conservatives?
      My Reply:
      I don’t know what this means. I’ll guess that you’re wondering why what you say is not as good as what I say or what Conservatives say? If that’s your meaning, then I’ll respond to that: It’s easy — if what you say is wrong, and what I, or Conservatives, say is right, then the right is, of course, better than the wrong. Every time. If what you say were more correct than what I say, then “your word” would be better than mine. What you say is often wrong, because you’re a leftist, and because you’re a racist. Leftists are wrong to be leftists, because their views are wrong, and harmful to people. Racists are wrong to be racists, because their views are wrong, and harmful to people. Since I’m not a leftist, and I’m not a racist, then my views are better than yours. I’m not a better person than you, because all of us are of equal importance in the eyes of God. You’re still, though, a bigoted bastard… and I’m not. Oh, I have plenty of other flaws, just not that one. And it’s a pretty big one.
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      You Said:
      I just need you to get me honest answers to all these questions. Simple, straight-to-the-point answers with no excessive talking, no name calling, no condescension, none of your usual BS.
      My Reply:
      I was ready to comply with some of that, but not all. You’re still a bigoted bastard, and that’s not name-calling if it’s true.
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      Best,

      — x

      1. Okay. You do know that liquor store analogy is a racist stereotype since imI a black man, right. And yes, I’m a black man.

        1. You’re a bigoted bastard and a black man. You’re not a bigoted bastard because you’re a black man, you’re a bigoted bastard because you’re a leftist.

          And, no, the liquor store analogy is not a racist stereotype. It’s an analogy.

          You do know that presuming that I used a racist stereotype is a racist stereotype, since I’m a human being whom you presume to be white, don’t you?

          I expect an apology immediately, you bigoted bastard.

          Best,

          — x

          1. Blah, blah, blah.

            I WON’T apologize, but I will leave some advice. Anytime you deny your own racism, all you’re doing is hurting yourself. You bury that strong possibility and one day, it’s going to come out, and no amount of arguing or word manipulation will make people think otherwise.

            Since you like to think, THINK ABOUT THAT.

          2. I know you won’t apologize… you’re not man enough.

            About my own racism, since there isn’t any, I’m not worried about it “coming out.”

            You, however, display yours conspicuously all the time. I draw it out of you easily, because you’re a genuinely bigoted bastard. It’s not difficult to pull racism out of a deeply racist, bad person such as you.

            Odd that you’ve never been able to do it to me, despite your avowed goal to do that very thing!

            Oh, yeah… it’s because I’m not a racist.

            Best,

            — x

          3. Just because you say you’re not racist doesn’t mean you’re not racist. If you don’t even know what it really is, you’ll don’t even fully know if you have it or not.

          4. Dude: Stop trying to pretend you know what I know and what I don’t know. Your definition of racism is… wrong.

            What you describe is a thing, but it’s not racism.

            Agreeing on what words mean is the only way for people to discuss or debate anything.

            Obviously.

            You made up a bunch of crap and decided that you know better than the dictionary what racism is. You don’t. You don’t.

            Dude, your thinking is sloppy, slapdash. full of crap, fabrications, imaginary stuff, ad hoc flailing and hogwash. Inventing definitions for racism is one part of that.

            If you’re just going to make crap up, then there’s no way you can ever be a serious commenter on anything.

            So, bottom line: I’m using the definition in the dictionary. If you have a problem with that, then propose something better that I can agree with. Otherwise, we’re using my definition. Duh!

            Lastly, I’ll point something out: Just because you say you’re anti-racist doesn’t mean you’re anti-racist. You should try to avoid saying stupid things that you have no way of knowing.

            If I were to cross out everything you write that’s invalid for one reason or another, there would be almost nothing left.

            Best,

            — x

          5. Okay, genius. What does your dictionary say about what racism is, and what makes the definition I got, which also came from the dictionary as well as other references like encyclopedias and history books, among other things, wrong?

            Also, you saying that I make crap up, that my definition of a word is wrong, and that my thinking is all those words you felt you had to use for some reason, I’ll take all that as projection, because what you’re telling me about myself and accusing me of doing, YOU’RE REALLY TALKING ABOUT YOURSELF.

          6. I did try. You just didn’t accept it. In your mind, you or a writer from a conservative magazine or commentator on a conservative news show knows more than someone who spent the better part of his life learning, researching, testing and observing subjects that neither of you are as familiar with as you think you are.

            And like I said, stats don’t tell the whole story, and only then, you used sources that you didn’t know were against your argument which indicates you don’t know what it shows or that you didn’t read it.

            [Deleted: Irrelevant.]

          7. You Said:
            I did try. You just didn’t accept it. In your mind, you or a writer from a conservative magazine or commentator on a conservative news show knows more than someone who spent the better part of his life learning, researching, testing and observing subjects that neither of you are as familiar with as you think you are.
            My Reply:
            I did try. You just didn’t accept it. In your mind, you or a writer from a leftist blog or commentator on a leftist news show knows more than someone who spent the better part of his life learning, researching, testing and observing subjects that you’re not as familiar with as you think you are. Oh, and there are no Conservative news shows. There are plenty of leftist news shows. That’s how FOX News — the news part of it, generally the one with Bret Baier — keeps being rated as the most down-the-middle of all news shows. And that’s why idiots like you keep pretending that FOX News is on the far-right: It’s because the center is quite far to the right… of far leftist outlets like CNN, MSNBC, PBS, NPR, ABC, CBS, NBC, etc…
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            You Said:
            And like I said, stats don’t tell the whole story, and only then, you used sources that you didn’t know were against your argument which indicates you don’t know what it shows or that you didn’t read it.
            My Reply:
            That’s why I never use statistics to tell the whole story. However, statistics can be important pieces of data that can help us to understand the story better. It’s especially important to be able to react intelligently and rationally to statistics that seem to contradict what you believe. And, sometimes, those statistics should change your mind about things. Like this simple one: Tens of millions of non-white people are doing everything they possibly can to come to America (or to Western Europe). Source: common knowledge.
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            You Said:
            Trust me when I say that what you’re doing is nothing new, nor is it a mode of superior thinking, you who thinks Jordan Peterson, Ann Coulter and Rush Limbaugh are “great” and/or “brilliant, and someone who’s supposedly not a fan of Trump, but has mostly written positive things about him.
            My Reply:
            I don’t trust you. You’ve already admittec to being a troll, a liar and a racist. Serious question: What is there about you that I should trust?

            I say that Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Jordan Petersen are great and/or brilliant because they’re great and/or brilliant. No other reason. I’ve (we’ve) never written a positive thing about Trump, but have written numerous postitive things about the policies of his Administration. There’s a vast difference. The most positive thing I’ve ever said about Trump himself is that he’s, obviously, a better person than Hillary Clinton. #1: that’s merely stating the obvious, and #2: so was Willie Sutton. In other words: “A better person than Hillary Clinton” is a truly low bar to have to hop across. Most people would have sever difficulty getting under that particular standard.
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            Best,

            — x

          8. “That’s how FOX News — the news part of it, generally the one with Bret Baier — keeps being rated as the most down-the-middle of all news shows. And that’s why idiots like you keep pretending that FOX News is on the far-right: It’s because the center is quite far to the right…”

            ARE YOU SERIOUS!?!? YOU SERIOUSLY THINK FOX NEWS AND BREITBART, AS IT’S THE CORRECT SPELLING TO SOMEONE WHO LOVES TO CRY ABOUT PROOFREADING, ARE CENTRAL?

            Is this just a way to get into my head to hide what’s probably your white nationalist views? I suppose you’re going to tell me that they’re centered as well.

            Wow!! Just wow!!

            “Tens of millions of non-white people are doing everything they possibly can to come to America (or to Western Europe). Source: common knowledge.”

            I’ll just take that as a stat you made up.

            “I say that Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Jordan Petersen are great and/or brilliant because they’re great and/or brilliant. No other reason. I’ve (we’ve) never written a positive thing about Trump, but have written numerous postitive things about the policies of his Administration. There’s a vast difference. The most positive thing I’ve ever said about Trump himself is that he’s, obviously, a better person than Hillary Clinton. #1: that’s merely stating the obvious, and #2: so was Willie Sutton.”

            Then it’s official. If you think those people are brilliant and support the current administration, you’re likely an anti-intellectual.

          9. You Said:
            [Quoting me:] “That’s how FOX News — the news part of it, generally the one with Bret Baier — keeps being rated as the most down-the-middle of all news shows. And that’s why idiots like you keep pretending that FOX News is on the far-right: It’s because the center is quite far to the right…” [end of quote]
            My Reply:
            Lol! Dude: it’s not me doing the rating, it’s media rating bureaus. FOX News — the news part of it — is consistently the rated as the most down-the-middle of all news organizations. Yes, the editorial part of FOX News is Conservative.
            Breitbart is, sadly, not all that right-wing. They’re more center-right. The alt-right, of which they’re a representative organization is easily to the Left of Conservatism, but to the Right of squishy moderate-centrists. I’m not a big Breitbart fan, but I was a massive fan of Andrew Breitbart, a definite right-wing, leaning libertarian, brilliant guy. Losing him was truly tragic for America. Breitbart has gone off tghe rails since his passing.
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            You Said:
            Is this just a way to get into my head to hide what’s probably your white nationalist views? I suppose you’re going to tell me that they’re centered as well.
            My Reply:
            Lol! You want so desperately to be able to tar me as a white nationalist, you can taste it! Wouldn’t I have to be white to be a white nationalist?!? Are they letting just anyone into the club now? White, brown, yellow, purple, orange, green? Anyone at all can be a white nationalist now?!? What the heck?!?!? Maybe white Conservatives should sue to be able to join Black Lives Matter and get rid of their corruption from the inside! Heeeeeyyyy… what a great idea!

            White nationalist views are definitely not “centered,” as you so inaptly put it, they’re leftist.
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            You Said:
            Wow!! Just wow!!
            My Reply:
            Whooeey! Wow! Holy mckerel! Whaddaya know about that?!? Woo hoo! 23-skiddoo! Man! Isn’t that something though?!? Hoo-eey!!!
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            You Said:
            [Quoting me:] “Tens of millions of non-white people are doing everything they possibly can to come to America (or to Western Europe). Source: common knowledge.” [end of quote]

            I’ll just take that as a stat you made up.
            My Reply:
            And I’ll take that to mean that you don’t believe that poor people from non-white countries all around the world are trying desperately to come to America. Let’s add that to the other delusions you harbor. You do realize how stupid your not knowing this makes you sound, don’t you? Next thing that’ll happen is I’ll tell you that Dwight Eisenhower was elected President in 1952, and cite common knowledge as my source. Then you’ll say something crashinglyl stupid like, “I’ll take that to mean you just made that up.” Dude, there are things that are such common knowledge that you can cite them as sources. However, if you have convincing evidence that millions of non-white people are not trying desperately to come to America, I’m happy to hear it.
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            You Said:
            [Quoting me] “I say that Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, Jordan Petersen are great and/or brilliant because they’re great and/or brilliant. No other reason. I’ve (we’ve) never written a positive thing about Trump, but have written numerous postitive things about the policies of his Administration. There’s a vast difference. The most positive thing I’ve ever said about Trump himself is that he’s, obviously, a better person than Hillary Clinton. #1: that’s merely stating the obvious, and #2: so was Willie Sutton.” [end of quote]

            Then it’s official. If you think those people are brilliant and support the current administration, you’re likely an anti-intellectual.
            My Reply:
            Let’s see, Ann Coulter has more prestigious academic credentials than you and I combined (and I have a LOT), and she’s written something like a dozen best-selling books (NY Times list), and she has been driving leftists crazy for more than two decades. Yep. That’s brilliant. Jordan Peterson has been tromping political correctness with a astonishingly articulate delivery of commonsensical lectures for some years now. He has a wildly successful clinical practice, as well as having become a full, tenured professor in a milieu that hates him and what his research has discovered. Yep, he’s brilliant. Thousands upon thousands of leftists have been trying to bring down Rush Limbaugh for more than 30 years, and have never even come close. Yep, he’s brilliant.

            Remember: these are people who have succeeded wildly in environments — radio, broadcast and published media, academia — that hate them, and have been trying to destroy them for decades.

            Sorry, Dude… not recognizing the brilliance of these people in their chosen professions and endeavors makes you the anti-intellectual.
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            Best,

            — x

          10. That’s meaningless. There’s no contradiction or incompatibility between “traditional values” and intellectualism.

            Why?

            Simple: those are such large umbrella terms that anyone can find all manner of overlap between the two. Tighten up your questions. Some of your questions aren’t horrendously stupid. Though, I know now that those were written by someone else.

            Best,

            — x

          11. “That’s meaningless. There’s no contradiction or incompatibility between “traditional values” and intellectualism.”

            Isn’t actual free, progressive and innovative thinking goes against traditional values?

          12. One more quick thing as a follow-up: I also view Dave Rubin, Camille Paglia, Cassie Jaye and occasionally Laci Greene as great and brilliant as well. These are all thinkers of the Left with whom I have serious policy disagreements.

            However, they’re all thinkers> and not bloviators.

            They all, as well as Charles Murray, hold policy positions that I believe are very, very wrong. However, they never vilify those who disagree with them, and they aren’t bigoted bastards.

            I also hold the Koch Brothers in high esteem, while they and I have sharp, important policy disputes as well.

            Best,

            — x

      2. “You point to individual incidents and suggest that these isolated incidents prove that America is a racist country as a whole. It’s not. I showed that pretty convincingly.”

        First off, how many individual incidents are there per year? Second, those individual incidents are not the only things that show this is a racist country, and I wrote about it in my blog. Third, you NEVER shown me anything to convince me otherwise. And fourth, once again, you’ve proven that you don’t know what racism is all about.

        “Furthermore, you should condemn racism from all corners, or your claim to be anti-racism is a fraud.”

        BUT YOU DON’T! You’ve never made a post condemning racism from any side except from what you think comes from black people. The only time you did it briefly, is when I mentioned the Charleston Church Massacre, and when you wrote about that, you focused more on the family of the victims forgiving their killer more so than condemning the killer.

        “The things you’ve said, the things you’ve endorsed, I’ve never heard any white person say… ever. And I’e dealt with white people all my life.”

        So, just because you don’t hear such things, that makes claims of white racism untrue? Seriously? Just because you don’t see it or hear it, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist. You can’t can’t see or hear God, but you believe he exists. You can’t see or hear air, but you know it exist.

        “Nothing you say offends me. I wouldn’t be offended if I went into battle and the enemy shot at me. However, I’d still shoot ’em back. Duh!”

        Yeah, right! If you weren’t offended or felt any type of way, we wouldn’t where we are today all because you HAD to comment on my blog. And frankly, it’s baffling how you won’t take any responsibility for any of this. In the end, you FELT some type of way. That’s what prompt you to say something. Even if it’s to argue or disprove, you STILL FELT something that compelled you to do it. What the hell else could it be? You’re not a robot.

        “…the comment was so racist, so grotesque, so monstrous, so hideous — and your casual, flippant response was so automatic — that it stood there accusing you completely unsubtly.”

        AND YET, you keep bringing it up. Besides, there have been just as deplorable comments white people have said about black people, and you NEVER write about them. And they’re out there, but you apparently chose not to care about them enough to say anything. Is it because you think that you don’t read it or see it that they don’t exist and me saying that they do is an automatic leftist lie? If so, you’re not as anti-racist or intellectually honest as you claim to be.

        “Since I’m not a leftist, and I’m not a racist, then my views are better than yours. I’m not a better person than you, because all of us are of equal importance in the eyes of God.”

        You’re in severe denial if you think there’s no racism on the right, especially the far or extreme right.

        Also, you claim how we’re equally important in the eyes of God, something you don’t see but believe in, but didn’t you say equality is bad as opposed to liberty, or something of that nature. Whatever it is, you disagree with equality. So, how can we be equality important if you disagree with equality. You can’t have it both ways and you need to consider that some of your views contradict each other.

        “You’re still a bigoted bastard, and that’s not name-calling if it’s true.”

        Then I guess it’s not name-calling that I call you a moronic asshole, because that’s true as well.

        1. You Said:
          “You point to individual incidents and suggest that these isolated incidents prove that America is a racist country as a whole. It’s not. I showed that pretty convincingly.”

          First off, how many individual incidents are there per year? Second, those individual incidents are not the only things that show this is a racist country, and I wrote about it in my blog. Third, you NEVER shown me anything to convince me otherwise. And fourth, once again, you’ve proven that you don’t know what racism is all about.
          My Reply:
          That’s a stupid question. In a country of 320 million people there will be millions of conflicts between people of all kinds, races, sexes, creeds, ages, heights, weights, etc. If you’re talking about overtly racist individual incidents every year in which a white person deliberately victimizes a black person because of the color of his skin? Probably a few hundred. The media generally report a few dozen.
          The other things you write about that “show this country is a racist country” are either fabricated and imaginary, or actually evidence of your own racism, like your use of the racist term “whiteness.”

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          You Said:
          “Furthermore, you should condemn racism from all corners, or your claim to be anti-racism is a fraud.”

          BUT YOU DON’T! You’ve never made a post condemning racism from any side except from what you think comes from black people. The only time you did it briefly, is when I mentioned the Charleston Church Massacre, and when you wrote about that, you focused more on the family of the victims forgiving their killer more so than condemning the killer.
          My Reply:
          Again, what I say about what and when is perfectly irrelevant as it pertains to the correctness of what I say in these pages about something. You do flail about in the irrelevant, BBB! It’s because you have no argument to make, so you try to impugn my character. Furthermore, you have no idea what I say about racism except in these pages. Stick to the point.
          Dude: the rest of that is moronic beyond belief. Engaging in bean counting as to what I condemned and how much and how much relative to something else is moronic. Cut it out.
          Oh, that’s right… you’re just trolling again. Sorry, I forgot that you’ve made everything you write suspect.
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          You Said:
          “The things you’ve said, the things you’ve endorsed, I’ve never heard any white person say… ever. And I’ve dealt with white people all my life.”

          So, just because you don’t hear such things, that makes claims of white racism untrue? Seriously? Just because you don’t see it or hear it, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist. You can’t can’t see or hear God, but you believe he exists. You can’t see or hear air, but you know it exist.
          My Reply:
          God does things. Like creating the universe. That has an effect. Air has effects. Wind makes the leaves on the trees move and shake. The racism you pretend is out there is… imaginary. It has no effects. Oh, it exists, in tiny measure, and in tiny pockets, but it’s not a big problem. Why? Because so few are affected by it. More importantly, those who are occasionally affected by it have more than enough recourse, starting with the fact that the rest of the white American population immediately condemns and ostracizes them. No, racism is, obviously, just not a big problem anymore.
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          You Said:
          “Nothing you say offends me. I wouldn’t be offended if I went into battle and the enemy shot at me. However, I’d still shoot ’em back. Duh!”

          Yeah, right! If you weren’t offended or felt any type of way, we wouldn’t where we are today all because you HAD to comment on my blog. And frankly, it’s baffling how you won’t take any responsibility for any of this. In the end, you FELT some type of way. That’s what prompt you to say something. Even if it’s to argue or disprove, you STILL FELT something that compelled you to do it. What the hell else could it be? You’re not a robot.
          My Reply:
          Lol! Dude: I’ll tell you what offends me and what doesn’t. And, guess what, I’m the final authority on that. You exasperate me, because you’re a moron, and yes, it was difficult for me to realize that you weren’t worth it, but when I did, well, that was that.
          I commented on your blog (or did I? 🙂 ) because you said a bunch of stupid flapdoodle, and it needed to be countered. I’m not a robot; you’re just not that important to me. Yes, I feel “some kind of way.” I love this country — it’s the greatest country history has ever seen. It’s the second greatest story ever told, after the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. So, yes, it ticks me off when morons like you attack it, and write a bunch of obviously false, divisive crap… probably because they’re such failures themselves, and they need an excuse… any excuse. Yes, I no longer care whether I offend you.
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          You Said:
          “…the comment was so racist, so grotesque, so monstrous, so hideous — and your casual, flippant response was so automatic — that it stood there accusing you completely unsubtly.”

          AND YET, you keep bringing it up. Besides, there have been just as deplorable comments white people have said about black people, and you NEVER write about them. And they’re out there, but you apparently chose not to care about them enough to say anything. Is it because you think that you don’t read it or see it that they don’t exist and me saying that they do is an automatic leftist lie? If so, you’re not as anti-racist or intellectually honest as you claim to be.
          My Reply:
          I bring it up, because still no one has said boo about it. That, by itself, is hard-core, convincing, compelling, persuasive evidence that you, and diary, and Herneith and all the rest of the racist, bigoted bastards — who were all silent in the face of it — are, indeed, racist, bigoted bastards. It’s also a way for you and the other bigoted bastards to redeem yourselves by repudiating it publicly — on your blog — and renouncing it.
          Oh, and what others have said at other times is completely irrelevant to whether your soul is deeply corrupted by the very thing you pretend to abhor. Furthermore, you have no idea whatsoever what I write about elsewhere… and what I write about in these and other pages is completely irrelevant to whether the things I say here are true. Stay on topic.
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          You Said:
          “Since I’m not a leftist, and I’m not a racist, then my views are better than yours. I’m not a better person than you, because all of us are of equal importance in the eyes of God.”

          You’re in severe denial if you think there’s no racism on the right, especially the far or extreme right.
          My Reply:
          Bullet points would be best here:
          • Nope. Not in denial. 🙂 (Get it? Of course you don’t)
          • I never said there’s no racism on the Right. You’re a moron. (I have an idea: Every time you say something that either I never said, or that I’ve addressed numerous times, I’ll just say: “You’re a moron.” That’ll mean: (1) You’re a moron, and (2) I never said that, and/or I’ve already sddressed that numerous times.) You’re a moron.
          • There is no extreme Right in the United States. There’s a whole lot of extreme left, but no extreme right. The furthest Right you can go in the United States is the Libertarian Party.
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          You Said:
          Also, you claim how we’re equally important in the eyes of God, something you don’t see but believe in, but didn’t you say equality is bad as opposed to liberty, or something of that nature. Whatever it is, you disagree with equality. So, how can we be equality important if you disagree with equality. You can’t have it both ways and you need to consider that some of your views contradict each other.
          My Reply:
          You’re a moron. However, I’ll explain it for morons. Yes, we’re all equally important in the eyes of God. That doesn’t mean that we’ll lead equally successful lives here on Earth. That inequality is vastly better than equality. However, when we face God, He’ll ignore the billionire’s success and the poor man’s poverty when judging them… equally. Here in Earth, liberty is vastly, vastly better than financial equality, which is the type of equality that the Left whines about when they complain about “income inequality.” Income inequality — with economic mobility — is a very good thing indeed, because it means that you can improve your situation. If the state imposes “income equality” on society, then you can never improve your situation. You do want to improve your situation, don’t you, BBB?
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          You Said:
          “You’re still a bigoted bastard, and that’s not name-calling if it’s true.”

          Then I guess it’s not name-calling that I call you a moronic a###ole, because that’s true as well.
          My Reply:
          Not bad snark… irrelevant to whether what I say is true, but not bad snark. And you’re still a bigoted bastard. Heck, I might even be a moronic a###ole, but my moronic a###olery doesn’t harm anyone, while your bigotry is very harmful.
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          1. Man, ‘stupid’ is your favorite word, isn’t it?

            “If you’re talking about overtly racist individual incidents every year in which a white person deliberately victimizes a black person because of the color of his skin? Probably a few hundred. The media generally report a few dozen.
            The other things you write about that “show this country is a racist country” are either fabricated and imaginary,”

            And this is your guess I assume? If so, again, that’s YOUR GUESS, not actual statistics or facts, and your word is no more law than mine.

            If you think concluding that this is a racist country is imaginary, once again, you’ve shown that you don’t know history – REAL HISTORY – and that you’re severely detached from reality and refuse to face it.

            “It’s because you have no argument to make,”

            YOU CAN’T ARGUE WHAT IS OBJECTIVE. AND IT’S INSANE THAT PEOPLE LIKE YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT RACISM IS AND ITS IMPACTS, AND REFUSE TO LEARN A DAMN THING WHEN PEOPLE TRY TO TELL YOU. THAT’S BLATANT AND WILLFUL IGNORANCE, IN CASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW.

            Also, I KNOW what you say about racism BECAUSE YOU REPEAT THE SAME DAMN THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND DOUBLE DOWN ON IT. SERIOUSLY, HOW STUPID DO YOU THINK I AM TO NOT SEE THIS???

            “The racism you pretend is out there is… imaginary. It has no effects. Oh, it exists, in tiny measure, and in tiny pockets, but it’s not a big problem. Why? Because so few are affected by it. More importantly, those who are occasionally affected by it have more than enough recourse, starting with the fact that the rest of the white American population immediately condemns and ostracizes them.”

            OH MY GOD! Do you read what you write and if so, do you comprehend it? All you’re doing is doubling down on what you keep saying repeatedly WITHOUT ANY REFERENCES. And you STILL DON’T KNOW CRAP ABOUT WHAT RACISM IS AND DON’T CARE TO LEARN ANYTHING.

            SERIOUSLY, HOW FULL OF YOURSELF ARE YOU NOT TO KNOW HOW STUPID YOU SOUND???

            “I love this country — it’s the greatest country history has ever seen. It’s the second greatest story ever told, after the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.”

            I love this country too. I’ve said it millions of times. But reading this, you really do sound like your brainwashed.

            Tell me something, do you think Jesus Christ went around calling people stupid and moron and made outrageous blame-based comments to people??? If not, do you think Jesus or God rather would approve of this kind of ridiculousness from YOU? I don’t know if there truly is a God or not, but if there is one, HE WON’T LIKE ANY OF THIS ARROGANT, IGNORANT, BABBLING, NAME-CALLING BULLS**T, AND YOU WILL HAVE TO ANSWER FOR IT IF AND WHEN YOU MEET HIM. AND I DON’T THINK HE’LL TOLERATE YOU TALKING TO HIM LIKE YOU’RE TALKING TO ME.

            Think about that.

            You NEVER made one blog post about racism on the right. You say there is some, BUT YOU NEVER SAID ANYTHING ABOUT IT OR ANY INCIDENT THAT INVOLVED CONSERVATIVES ATTACKING BLACKS OR PEOPLE OF COLOR. SO WHAT’S YOUR EXCUSE??

            “Yes, we’re all equally important in the eyes of God. That doesn’t mean that we’ll lead equally successful lives here on Earth. That inequality is vastly better than equality. However, when we face God, He’ll ignore the billionire’s success and the poor man’s poverty when judging them… equally. Here in Earth, liberty is vastly, vastly better than financial equality, which is the type of equality that the Left whines about when they complain about “income inequality.” Income inequality — with economic mobility — is a very good thing indeed, because it means that you can improve your situation.”

            So, what you’re saying is we’re equal to God, but we all can’t be equally successful. Okay.

            Here’s the thing, what’s success?

            Can a person be successful if he or she is working at a fast food restaurant. That person may not be rich and may never be rich, but that person is still happy. That person STILL thinks he/she is successful not monetarily but in other ways.

            So, if everyone thinks he or she is successful in THEIR OWN WAY, that’s STILL wrong?

            Yes, I know you’ll repeatedly call me stupid and moron after this, but I don’t care. It’s sad and pathetic, but I don’t care. That’s just about the only retort you’ll make numerous times.

          2. You Said:
            “If you’re talking about overtly racist individual incidents every year in which a white person deliberately victimizes a black person because of the color of his skin? Probably a few hundred. The media generally report a few dozen.

            The other things you write about that “show this country is a racist country” are either fabricated and imaginary,”

            And this is your guess I assume? If so, again, that’s YOUR GUESS, not actual statistics or facts, and your word is no more law than mine.

            If you think concluding that this is a racist country is imaginary, once again, you’ve shown that you don’t know history – REAL HISTORY – and that you’re severely detached from reality and refuse to face it.
            My Reply:
            Dude: I “know history” and I know the present. You know, the thing we’re actually talking about? The present. How things are now. Doofus. You’ve assimilated the propaganda about history and the present, and you’re profoundly ignorant about both.

            So, your opinion that this country is a racist country is only a guess too. The problem is that I’ve shown you that it’s not. We can both agree that it was. But it’s not anymore. Oh, there’s racism about. You, for example. And there’s white racism too. But it’s not a big problem anymore, and it’s been utterly and completely defeated as a thought tendency. It now exists only in little, tiny, dark pockets in the country. And every time it raises its head that head gets chopped off. Even when it’s imaginary, as with George Zimmerman or Darren Wilson.
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            You Said:
            “It’s because you have no argument to make,”

            YOU CAN’T ARGUE WHAT IS OBJECTIVE. AND IT’S INSANE THAT PEOPLE LIKE YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT RACISM IS AND ITS IMPACTS, AND REFUSE TO LEARN A DAMN THING WHEN PEOPLE TRY TO TELL YOU. THAT’S BLATANT AND WILLFUL IGNORANCE, IN CASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW.

            Also, I KNOW what you say about racism BECAUSE YOU REPEAT THE SAME DAMN THING OVER AND OVER AGAIN AND DOUBLE DOWN ON IT. SERIOUSLY, HOW STUPID DO YOU THINK I AM TO NOT SEE THIS???
            My Reply:
            Wrong. If you had objective fact on your side, you’d have the easiest argument to make.
            What’s insane is your pretending that while I use the dictionary definition of racism and you use a made-up one, somehow I don’t know what racism is. Lol! You can be funny!
            I think you’re quite stupid. I say the same things over and over again… and then I give you convincing evidence that I’m right. Go ahead… you tell me: if we’re such a racist country against non-white people, why are non-white people doing everything they possibly can to come here? Avoid that question, and you admit that I’m right. One more question: No non-white people are trying to leave here. Why’s that, BBB? Hmmmmm…? Why’s that? It’s not because they can’t leave. No one is stopping them at all! It’s because they know that, thanks to that much-hated devil, the straight, white male, non-white people have it better here than anywhere else in the world.
            So, go ahead, BBB — you tell me why non-white people are trying to get here by the tens of millions, and no non-white people are trying to leave.
            Don’t dodge it again, you bigoted bastard.
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            You Said:
            “The racism you pretend is out there is… imaginary. It has no effects. Oh, it exists, in tiny measure, and in tiny pockets, but it’s not a big problem. Why? Because so few are affected by it. More importantly, those who are occasionally affected by it have more than enough recourse, starting with the fact that the rest of the white American population immediately condemns and ostracizes them.”

            OH MY GOD! Do you read what you write and if so, do you comprehend it? All you’re doing is doubling down on what you keep saying repeatedly WITHOUT ANY REFERENCES. And you STILL DON’T KNOW CRAP ABOUT WHAT RACISM IS AND DON’T CARE TO LEARN ANYTHING.

            SERIOUSLY, HOW FULL OF YOURSELF ARE YOU NOT TO KNOW HOW STUPID YOU SOUND???
            My Reply:
            Don’t swear, BBB.
            And stop shouting.
            And stop being so defensive.
            And grow up.
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            You Said:
            “I love this country — it’s the greatest country history has ever seen. It’s the second greatest story ever told, after the birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.”

            I love this country too. I’ve said it millions of times. But reading this, you really do sound like your brainwashed.

            My Reply:
            Whatever… it’s dreary to have to say this again, but no matter whether or not I’m brainwashed, it has nothing to do with whether what I say is true. Again, if you had any kind of solid argument, why not just use it? It’s because you have no argument. A racist country would never elect, then re-elect a man from the race against which it’s supposedly so hostile. Duh! Go ahead, BBB, answer that one. Don’t dodge that one either, you bigoted bastard.
            How can you say you love a racist country? You’re so full of crap, it’s coming out your ears.
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            You Said:
            Tell me something, do you think Jesus Christ went around calling people stupid and moron and made outrageous blame-based comments to people??? If not, do you think Jesus or God rather would approve of this kind of ridiculousness from YOU? I don’t know if there truly is a God or not, but if there is one, HE WON’T LIKE ANY OF THIS ARROGANT, IGNORANT, BABBLING, NAME-CALLING BULLS**T, AND YOU WILL HAVE TO ANSWER FOR IT IF AND WHEN YOU MEET HIM. AND I DON’T THINK HE’LL TOLERATE YOU TALKING TO HIM LIKE YOU’RE TALKING TO ME.

            Think about that.
            My Reply:
            I have thought about that, and Yes, Christ did call people names. Worse than what I called you. When he went into the temple he called the money changers thieves, and He ran around tipping over their tables and throwing all their money around.

            No matter how I talk to you, it doesn’t change whether or not what I say is true. You might try to address that, you bigoted bastard.
            Now, about what God will say to me regarding you, if you don’t believe in Him, then anything you say is perfectly meaningless. I don’t know what He’ll say to me… I know that I’ll face Him with a perfectly clear conscience about you. Let’s not forget that you’ve been calling me much worse garbage — for six years — than I’ve been calling you for a few weeks. On that ledger? I win. Handily.

            As far as God’s judgment is concerned, how do you think the bigoted bastards will do?
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            You Said:
            You NEVER made one blog post about racism on the right. You say there is some, BUT YOU NEVER SAID ANYTHING ABOUT IT OR ANY INCIDENT THAT INVOLVED CONSERVATIVES ATTACKING BLACKS OR PEOPLE OF COLOR. SO WHAT’S YOUR EXCUSE??
            My Reply:
            Wrong. But: irrelevant. Is what I’ve said true or not? If not, then offer some countervailing evidence. Some persuasive facts. Something other than this pitiful whining, you bigoted bastgard. By the way, I thought you were going to stop all this whining.
            Now: Conservatives, as a rule, simply don’t attack black people. The phenomenon of “Conservatives attacking black people” is, obviously, not a big problem in America. Conservatives don’t attack anyone. They get off their backsides and work. “Conservatives attacking black people” almost never happens, and I (we) don’t write about insignificant problems that almost never happen. I (we) write about important problems. Black racism — because it’s socially acceptable and averyone’s afraid to condemn it — is a big problem in America today… because it infects a lot of black people. And it’s a major obstacle to forward progress for the country as a whole.
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            You Said:
            So, what you’re saying is we’re equal to God, but we all can’t be equally successful. Okay.

            Here’s the thing, what’s success?

            Can a person be successful if he or she is working at a fast food restaurant. That person may not be rich and may never be rich, but that person is still happy. That person STILL thinks he/she is successful not monetarily but in other ways.

            So, if everyone thinks he or she is successful in THEIR OWN WAY, that’s STILL wrong?
            My Reply:
            First: We’re not “equal to God,” we’re equal in the eyes of God, Who loves us all equally. Just to clarify. And to demonstrate the importance of proof-reading and of trying to be clear and comprehensible.

            Next: Wow! An intelligent passage! Well, BBB — after six years and hundreds of posts, you finally came up with a substantive and intelligent, if brief, passage! Did someone else write that for you? You got only a little bit wrong… the last three words. Of course it’s not wrong if soneone is successful as you’ve described success. The point is that such success is an internal success. I agree wholehartedly with that definition of one important kind of success! The person you described is, indeed, successful. The point is that such success was generally within the reach of just about anyone in America. However, when America was a racist country, black Americans as well as other minorities were locked out of economic mobility. In other words, the ambitious black man working in the fast food restaurant — but aspiring to more than that — was blocked from achieving his ambitions, and that was very, very, very, very wrong. White people recognized that, mostly got rid of the state of mind causing it, and now race is no longer an obstacle to economic mobility, or to success, of any kind in America today. It’s been that way for three generations. It’s why you always say things to me like, “Oh, yeah? What about the 1920’s?!?!?” — 90 years ago. America hasn’t looked — as far as race relations are concerned — like the 1920’s for more than 60 years.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            Yes, I know you’ll repeatedly call me stupid and moron after this, but I don’t care. It’s sad and pathetic, but I don’t care. That’s just about the only retort you’ll make numerous times.
            My Reply:
            I’m glad you don’t care. I don’t care that you’ve done worse to me for six years, while I’ve only changed my tone for several weeks, you bigoted bastard. 🙂
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            Best,

            — x

          3. [Deleted: Irrelevant.]

            “However, when America was a racist country, black Americans as well as other minorities were locked out of economic mobility. In other words, the ambitious black man working in the fast food restaurant — but aspiring to more than that — was blocked from achieving his ambitions, and that was very, very, very, very wrong. White people recognized that, mostly got rid of the state of mind causing it, and now race is no longer an obstacle to economic mobility, or to success, of any kind in America today. It’s been that way for three generations. It’s why you always say things to me like, “Oh, yeah? What about the 1920’s?!?!?” — 90 years ago. America hasn’t looked — as far as race relations are concerned — like the 1920’s for more than 60 years.”

            Okay.

            [Deleted: Irrelevant.]

            I thought racism was that simple and was largely a thing of the past as well, but over time, I started reading. I started researching. I started observing. In other words, I woke up. I know that the history of racism against African Americans is WAAAAAAAAAAAAY more extensive, complex and insightful than what you’ve delivered to me. You’ve given me similar responses before at least once, and I simple can’t agree, because not only is it too short to be taken seriously because of that alone, but the part about whites trying to erase the concept from their minds is wishful thinking, not fact.

            [Deleted: Irrelevant.]

          4. You Said:
            Everything you’ve typed here, you already said and with nothing to back them up. You’re just running on empty here in your poor attempt to try to gaslight me. Do you know that gaslighting is, by the way? This is what you’re essentially doing by constantly repeating that white racism isn’t a big problem anymore hoping that I’ll agree.

            I’m sorry, but it won’t work, and you don’t have anything to prove it other than the words that come from your own head, I assume.

            Come on, man!
            My Reply:
            I’ve backed everything up, of course. Your ignoring it doesn’t mean that it’s not there. Duh! Oh, and white racism isn’t, obviously, a big problem in America anymore. I don’t care anymore whether you agree. Remember, I’ve given up on you. I don’t think you’re sufficiently intelligent to grow out of your ignorance.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            “What’s insane is your pretending that while I use the dictionary definition of racism and you use a made-up one, somehow I don’t know what racism is.”

            Then, what does it say, and don’t tell me to look it up for myself, because it just indicates that you’re lying and you don’t know yourself.
            My Reply:
            Merriam-Webster.com:
            Definition of racism
            1 : a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race
            2a : a doctrine or political program based on the assumption of racism and designed to execute its principles
            b : a political or social system founded on racism
            3 : racial prejudice or discrimination
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            You Said:
            “…why are non-white people doing everything they possibly can to come here? Avoid that question, and you admit that I’m right. One more question: No non-white people are trying to leave here. Why’s that, BBB? Hmmmmm…? Why’s that?”

            Show me where you got this information from?
            My Reply:
            Common knowledge. You avoided the question. You admitted that I’m right.

            By the way, you fell right into the trap that every member of the RGI falls into as well. There are plenty of white immigrants coming illegaly to America (visa over-stayers) as well. They need to go home too. We here have always addressed immigration issues, without regard to the race or ethnicity of those coming illegally to this country. They all need to go back home, and America needs to adopt a policy that demands reform in the home countries of these people, so that they have something other than a “third world s###hole” to return to. Yes, Trump was right to say that when he did.
            None of that, however, changes in the least the basic truth of what I said: Non-white people from all over the world are doing their level best to come to this country, and no one is trying to get out. That fact alone constitutes convincing evidence that America is not a racist country against non-white people. Go ahead, prove it wrong. (By the way, I’ve long known of a response to this that I wouldn’t be able to respond to. However, no one in the RGI has been intelligent enough to think of it. I’ll give you a hint: you come close to saying it when you engage in all your ridiculous hyperbole,making extreme statements to try to show how obvious your points are.)
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            Also, how many such nonwhite people are supposedly coming here? Oh wait! You said tens of millions.

            Okay.

            Only, what countries are they from and what are their country’s populations? How many white people from other nations are also supposedly coming here, what countries are they from and their populations? And how many nonwhites and whites do actually leave here and why? You say none of them do, but I know it’s not that absolute.
            My Reply:
            Well, well! Finally some good questions! Again, did you have someone else write them for you? No matter… I’m happy to respond to them.
            • There are tens of millions of non-white people trying to get here. Source: #1: common knowledge, and #2: the fact that there are millions here already.
            • They’re from many countries. The largest source of illegal immigration is Mexico, however the largest single category of illega, immigrant is visa overstayers. These are of many ethnicities, including Mexicans, but mainly from Europe. Source: NPR.
            • Their countries populations are very different, and since there are many countries, I’m not going to list them here now. Regardless, the question is irrelevant. If a person is here illegally, he should go home, unless there’s a compellign reason for him to stay. (<– LOTS of mischief in that little phrase!)
            • Few whites and non-whites leave here. Source: common knowledge. Bottom line: the numbers trying to get in dwarf the numbers trying to get out. Source: again, common knowledge. I’m happy to be proven wrong here. Go ahead and show me the millions trying to flee… the United States of America.
            • Correct: it’s not that absolute. Stop being a hair-splitting bastard. If ten people try to flee the USA, then it’s okay to say that “no one is trying to get out” without actually implying that absolutely no one is ever trying to get out of the US.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            While we’re on the subject, you know your leader is trying hard to build a wall to keep nonwhites from entering this nation from the South? Also wasn’t there a travel ban against people from Islamic countries?
            My Reply:
            Incorrect, and proof that you’re just a puppet of your puppetmasters: He’s trying to build a wall to seal off a large stretch of the American border through which illegal immigrants pour into the US. That has nothing to do with the color of the would-be migrants’ skin. If they were all white, Trump would still be trying to build the same wall.

            Your point about the so-called “muslim travel ban” is also incorrect: The travel ban was an attempt to keep terrorists from entering the country. While not all muslims are terrorists, most terrorists, by quite far, ae muslims. Not surprisingly these terrorists come from majority-muslim countries, hence the focus of the travel ban.

            This is, by the way, how the Left reveals itself for the frauds that they are: It was always openly stated that the ban’s intent was to try to keep terrorists out of the country, until global terrorism was no longer a big problem. But you morons on the Left did what you morons on the Left always do and said, “No, no, we’ll tell you what you were really thinking! You’re trying to do a muslim ban!” That’s why, I’ve now realized, that there’s just no dealing with idiots like you. Because you pretend that you have magical powers that no one has ever possessed. But magnificent, all-seeing, all-knowing you think you can read the minds of others and know what they’re thinking better than they know themselves. In other words, it’s why an intelligent person can’t argue with a moron; the moron doesn’t have the intellectual capacity to understand beyond a basic, often nonsensical, level.

            The compelling evidence that there was no specifically muslim component to the trave restrictionns was that the ban never applied to hugely-muslim Indonesia or Malaysia. Look: I already know that you believe only propaganda filtered through your leftist and racist puppet-masters, so I don’t expect you to come around to my way of thinking. It would, however, be a major victory for you, if you were to admit that you can at least see that there are differing points of view, and that — gasp! — you can even see how they could make sense to someone else. This is a test. Will you flunk spectacularly again?
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            Only someone brainwashed would say that he or she isn’t brainwashed. I’m just saying…Anyway, solid arguments were presented, but you chose to reject them as anything but without any reasoning. Like I said, it’s intellectual laziness, outright arrogance and embarrassing to see you trying to explain a subject you’ve proven to know little or nothing about.
            My Reply:
            Thank you… By this logic, yhou’re brainwashed. Because, presumably, you say you’re not brainwashed.
            Dude: in debates you’re your own worst enemy.
            Okay… name a solid argument that you presented. Just one. If it’s so obvious that I’m wrong, there ought to be hundreds!
            Like I said, it’s intellectual laziness, outright arrogance and embarrassing to see you trying to explain a subject you’ve proven to know little or nothing about.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            “We’re not “equal to God,” we’re equal in the eyes of God,”

            Okay, you know what I meant here. It’s petty to try to use a literal comprehension just to make the other people look foolish. That’s irrelevant, like you ALWAYS say.
            My Reply:
            Nope. You mean like when I said something like “no one is trying to leave the US,” and you pulled the “it’s not that absolute” thing? Petty like that?
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            [Quoting me:] “However, when America was a racist country, black Americans as well as other minorities were locked out of economic mobility. In other words, the ambitious black man working in the fast food restaurant — but aspiring to more than that — was blocked from achieving his ambitions, and that was very, very, very, very wrong. White people recognized that, mostly got rid of the state of mind causing it, and now race is no longer an obstacle to economic mobility, or to success, of any kind in America today. It’s been that way for three generations. It’s why you always say things to me like, “Oh, yeah? What about the 1920’s?!?!?” — 90 years ago. America hasn’t looked — as far as race relations are concerned — like the 1920’s for more than 60 years.” [end of quote]

            Okay.

            I won’t speak what I think of your response regarding the history of race relations, despite elementary school history books having more information than this, but I want to know where you got this information from, because it’s obvious that you didn’t get it from a college level history book which, I assure you, has WAAAAAAY more of an extended history regarding race relations with more detail and accuracy than the one you’ve given me.
            My Reply:
            Dude: I haven’t tried to give you “an extended history of race relations.” The topic is, as I’ve said “several” times: “Racism against black Americans is no longer a big problem in America today“. Key word: “today.” It’s right there in black and white (get it?), and I’ve said it, implied it, suggested it, hinted at it, stated it overtly, many, many, many, many times. Today. There, I said it again. And I’ve stated my sources a thousand times.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            I thought racism was that simple and was largely a thing of the past as well, but over time, I started reading. I started researching. I started observing. In other words, I woke up. I know that the history of racism against African Americans is WAAAAAAAAAAAAY more extensive, complex and insightful than what you’ve delivered to me. You’ve given me similar responses before at least once, and I simple can’t agree, because not only is it too short to be taken seriously because of that alone, but the part about whites trying to erase the concept from their minds is wishful thinking, not fact.
            My Reply:
            Racism as a concept is not complicated. As it plays itself out in interpersonal relationships, that’s where the complexity comes in. For example, you hate white people and black people, but as long as you don’t do anything overtly evil to them, then you’re entitled to your primitive state of mind, and your ridiculous ideals and thinking. It’s when you act on those primitive thoughts — as you do — that you actually harm people and need to be met with countervailing efforts of some kind.

            White racism against black people is, largely, a thing of the past. It has been utterly and thorougly defeated in the court of public opinion in America. Racism is, however, alive and well in Black America, where it is perfectly acceptable to say the crap that, for example, you say, as well as bigoted bastards like diary — who felt perfectly safe — in so-called White America! — to fantasize about the violent deaths of all white people, thereby instantly proving herself wrong. But, the fact that she believes it, shows conclusively that there’s plenty of racism out there… among black Americans. Racism of all kinds is wrong. Not only that of black Americans, but of white Americans as well. There’s just a lot more of it among black Americans. The irony of that shouldn’t escape anyone.
            You started reading and researching and observing, did you? Well, it’s obvious that you never read or researched or observed very widely, because your thinking is kindergarten-level. And, you’re not fooling me: you never “thought racism was that simple and was largely a thing of the past,” you liar. You grew up, like me, like everyone our age, with the default state of mind that said: “White people harbor a great amount of racist hostility against black people, and they always have.” I had to “read, research and observe” to find out that the defalt state of mind was all a bunch of hogwash.
            And, again, I’ve never tried to give you any “history of racism against black people” at all. Stop bringing up ridiculous strawmen.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            You’ve given me similar responses before at least once, and I simple can’t agree, because not only is it too short to be taken seriously because of that alone, but the part about whites trying to erase the concept from their minds is wishful thinking, not fact.
            My Reply:
            [Quoting you:] “but the part about whites trying to erase the concept from their minds is wishful thinking, not fact.” [end of quote] How would you know? You’re free to have that opinion, but I have the following fact to show that you’re wrong: Every single law, policy, rule regulationn, procedure, recommendation, department, bureau or committee, dealing with race relations, at the town, county, state and federal levels, has been written, passed, promugated, formed, constituted, imposed, implemented, set up — and enforced, and endorsed by the Supreme Court — in order to eliminate any possible discrimination against non-white people. One hundred percent. No exceptions. For more than sixty years! Go ahead, find me just one that’s not that way. Source: common knowledge. And, the laws are right there. We can all read ’em.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            The fact is that the concept of racism and races is heavily ingrained in this nation to the point where if you’re born here, you’ll have racist views.
            My Reply:
            This is, indeed, true of black Americans today. Not of white Americans. They’re raised with the default state of mind that racism is very wrong, and that they need to be not racists; especially as it pertains to black people.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            You Said:
            It’s THAT DEEP into the history and culture of this nation, and it will take lifetimes, way more than just three generations, to evolve from this kind of thinking.
            My Reply:
            Of course it’ll take more than three generationns to get rid of it entirely! Duh! However, there are no more widespread effects of it harming black Americans today (key word: widespread). There are widespread effects of it harming wite Americans today, but it’s not a big problem for them either. However, it certainly would be desirable for all racism to just go away from America. The point is that you, as a black man, face no more obstacles to your success in America today than any white man faces. Just as importantly, any obstacles you do face are only those that you have placed in your own path. You’re just not man enough to own up to it.
            It’s important to note that this is about the effects of racism and racist thoughts and feelings. You hate me because you think my skin is white. I don’t care. However, if you start to do things to me, or to my children, because you think my skin is white, then it becomes something I care about. Since, however, your only impact on my life has been to pour out a bunch of childish thinking, I don’t care that you hate me. Please feel free to continue to hate me on racial and racist grounds; it doesn’t bother me in the least.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            For you say that you don’t have any racism in you is pure BS from that fact alone.
            My Reply:
            Hogwash. I’m not a racist, and I never was. Racism is, really, a childish or immature state of mind. Most children are ignorant — because they haven’t had time to learn things yet. However, many adults, like you, make the decision very early in life to stop growing. Those people remain racists. Others, most in fact, grow out of childish states of mind — like racism — and abandon them. Read up on “ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny,” to see some thinking on the idea of the individual evolving through the same states as the collective… but also — at least in the intellect — beinng able to surpass the collective to a more advanced state of mind.

            Where people don’t grow up is when they accept uncritically, as you have, notions that are socially acceptable in their own milieu — racist contempt for white people, for example. You, obviously, were never able to be anything but another sheep in the same mindless herd on that topic.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            And like I’ve seen with other people, you’re too scared to face that truth that you harbor racist ideas. An example of that proof is your post defending white nationalists.
            My Reply:
            Lol! You’re funny. I’ve (we’ve) never posted anything defending white nationalists. I posted a post stating an obvious thing: one of white nationalism’s causes is black racism. There shouldn’t be anything controversial about that. Both white nationalism and black racism are odious things, and we offer no defense of either here. Stop saying stupid things.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            NO ONE WITH AN ONCE OF SANITY OR GRASP OF REALITY WOULD, FOR WHATEVER REASON, DEFEND WHITE NATIONALISTS, UNLESS THEY’RE WHITE NATIONALISTS THEMSELVES. I don’t know if you are one, but you left hints.
            My Reply:
            Well, since none of us here is a white nationalist (it’d be really hard for several of us, for obvious reasons) then none of us here is worried about the charge of being a white nationalist, or of being crazy.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            Another one is you saying how everyone should thank the white man for Western Civilization, which is a code word white nationalists use. Again, I’m not saying you’re one, but I bet you there have been white racists saying the same thing.
            My Reply:
            We merely stated the obvious in this post. It’s a blindingly obvious reality that #1: Western Civilization is the greatest, freest, most humane, most just society ever developed in the history of the world. Nothing in the history of the world has benefited us black people more. It’s equally blindingly obvious that white men were the architects and builders of Western Civilization. No codes needed: we offered a full-throated, unsubtle, unambiguous thank you to white men for that. Why did they do that? Their adherence to Judeo-Christian values… obviously.
            [Quoting you:]Western Civilization, which is a code word white nationalists use.[end of quote] #1: “Code word” is a code word to say that you’re stupid, because you think you have magical powers to read minds. #2: I don’t care what white nationalists say. If they say something that’s true, as I’ve done here, then so much the better for them. However, their movement is still dumb. Just like any black nationalist, racist, Black Supremacist movement — like Black Lives Matter. However, none of that means that people in these otherwise idiotic movements don’t, from time to time, say true things. The key to being an effective propagandist is to mix the truth with hogwash to make a convincing stew that idiots like you will swallow.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            Why are you any different?
            My Reply:
            Easy: I’m not a white nationalist or racist.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –

            You Said:
            I’m not saying you’re a bad person, but you can’t deny that you have both good and bad within you just like everyone else. So far, all I’ve seen is the bad in you. For once, I hope to see some good one day and not “this”.
            My Reply:
            Dude: you’ve been saying nothing but that I’m (we’re) a bad person (people) here for more than six years! The problem is I (we) don’t care what you think of me (us).
            Of course I have good and bad in me. Everyone does. What are you trying to get at here?
            Finally: I (we) don’t care that you think you’ve seen only the bad in me (us). When I (we) was (were) holding back, and being polite and nice, you never did anything but whine at me (us) for how mean I (we) was (were). So we realized that there was just no point in being nice anymore.
            – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * – * –
            Best,

            — x

          5. “I’ve backed everything up, of course. Your ignoring it doesn’t mean that it’s not there. Duh! Oh, and white racism isn’t, obviously, a big problem in America anymore.”

            1. Saying that what you said is true simply because it is is NOT the same as backing it up.

            2. You can repeat “…White racism isn’t, obviously, a big problem in America anymore” as many times as you like. That doesn’t make it any more true each time.

            “Merriam-Webster.com:
            Definition of racism
            1 : a belief that race is the primary determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race
            2a : a doctrine or political program based on the assumption of racism and designed to execute its principles
            b : a political or social system founded on racism
            3 : racial prejudice or discrimination”

            See? Now, was that so hard?

            “They’re from many countries. The largest source of illegal immigration is Mexico, however the largest single category of illega, immigrant is visa overstayers. These are of many ethnicities, including Mexicans, but mainly from Europe. Source: NPR.”

            Why not include the link so I can see if this is what was actually written?

            “Their countries populations are very different, and since there are many countries, I’m not going to list them here now. Regardless, the question is irrelevant.”

            In other words, you either don’t have any info on that and/or you refuse to research it.

            Okay.

            “Few whites and non-whites leave here. Source: common knowledge.”

            It’s not common knowledge, nor is it irrelevant.

            “…It’s not that absolute. Stop being a hair-splitting bastard.”

            How is that last part not an insult or a curse word? I’d like you to say that to someone in real life and see how they’d take it.

            “You avoided the question. You admitted that I’m right.”

            I asked questions about what you said. That’s not avoiding the question.

            “Incorrect, and proof that you’re just a puppet of your puppetmasters: He’s trying to build a wall to seal off a large stretch of the American border through which illegal immigrants pour into the US. That has nothing to do with the color of the would-be migrants’ skin. If they were all white, Trump would still be trying to build the same wall.

            Your point about the so-called “muslim travel ban” is also incorrect: The travel ban was an attempt to keep terrorists from entering the country. While not all muslims are terrorists, most terrorists, by quite far, ae muslims. Not surprisingly these terrorists come from majority-muslim countries, hence the focus of the travel ban.”

            Is that what you read or is that something you made up and claim it’s true?

            “Racism as a concept is not complicated. As it plays itself out in interpersonal relationships, that’s where the complexity comes in. For example, you hate white people and black people, but as long as you don’t do anything overtly evil to them, then you’re entitled to your primitive state of mind, and your ridiculous ideals and thinking. It’s when you act on those primitive thoughts — as you do — that you actually harm people and need to be met with countervailing efforts of some kind.”

            And how have I acted on them???

            “Racism of all kinds is wrong. Not only that of black Americans, but of white Americans as well. There’s just a lot more of it among black Americans.”

            1. So why don’t you write about all those “different kinds of racism” or at least condemn it?

            2. So, you’re basically saying that something’s wrong with black people.

            “I haven’t tried to give you “an extended history of race relations.” The topic is, as I’ve said “several” times: “Racism against black Americans is no longer a big problem in America today“. Key word: “today.” It’s right there in black and white (get it?), and I’ve said it, implied it, suggested it, hinted at it, stated it overtly, many, many, many, many times. Today. There, I said it again. And I’ve stated my sources a thousand times.”

            1. Keep repeating yourself. Like I said, it doesn’t make it any more true each time.

            2. Common knowledge is not a source, and you haven’t provided any of any other kind that’s empirical or from an accredited source.

            “Of course it’ll take more than three generationns to get rid of it entirely! Duh! However, there are no more widespread effects of it harming black Americans today (key word: widespread)…”

            I’m not going to cover the entirety of this, because you said it millions of times and each time is no closer to the truth or reality than the last.

            “Hogwash. I’m not a racist, and I never was. Racism is, really, a childish or immature state of mind.”

            You are you really convincing, me or you?

            By the way, this is not me trying to figure you out, as that’s over and done with from the get-go.

            “Western Civilization is the greatest, freest, most humane, most just society ever developed in the history of the world. Nothing in the history of the world has benefited us black people more. It’s equally blindingly obvious that white men were the architects and builders of Western Civilization.”

            In other words, white men are the greatest in the world.

            Okay.

            “We realized that there was just no point in being nice anymore.”

            You weren’t nice to begin with.

          6. I’v covered all this so many times before, that this is obviously just more trolling from you, plus you didn’t even write it, so that’s even worse trolling.

            Dude: you did know, didn’t you, that I know that you haven’t been writing all your replies? You knew that right?

            Anyway, you’re an admitted troll, and an admitted liar and racist. You’re a pretty lousy person. You don’t seem to have any redeeming characteristics!

            I think I hear your babysitter calling, you’d better run along now.

            Best,

            — x

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