A Race Against Time: Racial Heresies for the 21st Century by George McDaniel, Jared Taylor

By George McDaniel, Jared Taylor

What does the long run carry for the West? needs to our civilization collapse ahead of waves of Third-World novices? it really is more and more transparent that race and civilization can't be separated, that simply the folk who created a tradition can maintain it. If immigration alterations the face of America--and of Europe--nothing else will stay unchanged.

This selection of essays explains why Western guy can store himself and his historical past in basic terms via returning to a greater figuring out of race--an knowing now reviled as heresy.

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And if it is so different from white culture that “affirmative action” must be resorted to in order to expose whites to it, some whites will find that they don’t like it all, and decide they want nothing to do with it. The real, unspoken explanation for why diversity is a strength is that race is in fact meaningful. Diversity is thought to expose whites to superior people and superior ways of thinking. After all, sermons about diversity are directed only at whites. Bringing non-whites onto campus or into the club is supposed to be improving and edifying for whites, not for non-whites.

We still celebrate Martin Luther King Day, we still muster fury on an Inquisitional scale for blasphemers like Trent Lott,2 we still mouth platitudes about the glories of “diversity”—but are there any real believers left? Does anyone still think blacks can be taught to do as well in school as whites, that the ghettos will become middle class, that whites will stay when blacks or Mexicans move in, that racial tension will disappear, or that the national unity we took for granted in the 1940s and 1950s can survive bilingualism, multiculturalism, and the reduction of whites to a minority?

Better still, children can be put to work for the staff’s own selfish interests. ” Once children are older, there are countless techniques for attacking “the dominant culture,” and the book suggests particularly lively ways to take the stuffing out of whites. Children can pretend to be Congressmen debating the Indian Removal Act of 1830, or can try to think of all the evil motives for the Chinese Exclusion Acts of the 19th century. ” Students can draw cartoons about the “racism” they experience, or can collect tourist brochures about Hawaii and note that they fail to mention that whites seized the islands and raped the culture.

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