Re: Is white racism nec. all bad?

Travis C. Porco (porco@pathos.Berkeley.EDU)
10 Apr 1995 06:50:49 GMT

In article <3mabga$>,
Lane Singer <> wrote:
>In <3ma35c$> porco@pathos.Berkeley.EDU (Travis C. Porco) writes:

>>The left's current strategy to enforce equality is to create
>>the concept of "people of color," a bizarre construction
>>which seems to mean "nonwhite", but is usually extended to
>>include homosexuals ("the lavender tribe", if you can believe

>Well, your colors are certainly showing.

Unfortunately your sentence doesn't seem to mean anything.

It ought to be obvious that nonwhites have little in common
and the notion of "people of color" to include Asians,
Hispanics, Blacks, Indians, Native Americans, and so on has
been generated to emphasize the left's particular
factionalistic effort. It's certainly been an interesting

But merely being nonwhite doesn't give people from Senegal much
in common with members of the Shoshone tribe.

It's obvious that the left is racist all right. They're
hate the White race. Merely to say you don't hate the white
race is racist to them, so twisted in their own rhetoric they
have become. Away with all this 1960's-era rubbish!

So try again, dude.


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