It is not the white race that is superior. It is the social system whites adopted that made them superior. Values make the nation, not the genes. Values are chosen, not inherited. The white race of the Mediterranean adopted the Judeo-Christian religion en mass. Thus, the religion was carried westward. It culminated in the novel of America.
David Yeagley, Great, Great
Grandson of Bad Eagle, at the
ghost town of Independence,
Since I began writing as a professional columnist in January, 2001, I have ‘preached’ the idea that the nations of the world are ordained, that ethnicity and race are precious, and that they should be respected, honored, and preserved. I did not imagine that America would fall into an abject racial quagmire where the Communist (materialist) concept of equality would become a racial invective, and that ‘persons of color’ would at last revengefully reign over the population; and worse, that the Judeo-Christian religion would itself become the implied justification for the dissolution of race, ethnicity, and even nationhood. The apogee of this social righteousness is an alien black African Communist in the White House.
A few people have accused me of being a white supremacist for talking about race. They say I am not the son of my Comanche mother, and therefore not Comanche—a libel for which they will be shortly sued. The accusation of white supremacy is without focus and irrelevant. What is morally wrong with the notion that a particular race or ethnicity has superior powers of accomplishment? And who declared that Communist equality was the criterion of morality?
History declares the obvious fact that the white race has achieved more in technology and social power than any race in recorded history.
But, as I said, I take the position that all nations, all races, and all ethnicities are to be respected and loved. I have referred to the Indians nations as exemplary. I expect each people to love their race, their ethnicity, or their nation. I also expect white people to love themselves. However, I have been deeply disappointed in the identifiable “white” groups I have seen so far. They harbor a lethal flaw.
They hate Jews. They think Jews are the reason the white race is imperiled.
I find this incredible. White groups have approached me, attracted to my position on love of race, but they turn away in great disappointment when they discover my love for Jewish people.
Thus my detractors fail most obviously when they accuse me of being a white supremacist. One such distracter even attempted to accuse David Horowitz of being anti-Semitic simply because he has published many of my articles. Al Carroll went to an anti-Semitism watch site of the University of Michigan to accuse Horowitz because of me. He was of course soundly booted out for his obvious pretense, fraudulent approach, and rather ridiculous self-aggrandizement.
David Horowitz, Happy 70th!
Horowitz is celebrating his 70th birthday in New York, March 9, 2009, and I think he’s ably proven himself over the years. He has met opposition beyond the comprehension of most people, and in battle after battle he has triumphed. He is releasing a new book, One-Party Classroom (Crown, 2009), with a book signing at the Yale Club of New York. It represents another peak accomplishment in his war against oppression in America’s educational institutions.
Horowitz has fought against intolerance all his life. To accuse him of anti-Semitism is quite stupid. That someone would accuse him of anti-Semitism on account of me—because that same person accused me of white supremacism—is even more stupid. It represents an epitome of liberal folly.
I am a Comanche Indian. I happen to think the white race is a spectacular thing. For this, I am accused. I also think the Japanese are very impressive; Mexican people are lovable, Mongolians are magnificent, and, yes, black people have some special problems.
But the special talent of racism belongs to liberals, especially hypocritical racism. The liberal accuses another, innocent person of that which he himself is guilty. “Racism” and “hate” have therefore become virtually meaningless terms. The only definition I see is in the example of liberals themselves, their actions, and their words of accusation. When a liberal accuses someone of being racist, for talking about race, you know he is the racist. Eric Holder’s condemnation of the white race for being “cowards” for not talking about race—while knowing that liberals like himself have passed every law imaginable to prevent the discussion of race, is one of the most laughable moments in American politics. Ironically, for white supremacists, the joke’s on them.