Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?

Bob Whitaker (
Wed, 30 Oct 1996 17:14:42 -0500

Thomas Yu wrote:
> In article <555rct$>,
> Gerold Firl <> wrote:
> >In article <553ake$>, Ron Kephart <> writes:
> >
> >
> >If you choose to willfully deny the existance of race in humans, then
> >you will compromise your ability to understand how we got to be where
> >we are. Of course, the political benefits of such denial may make it
> >worth your while; you'll have to be the judge of that.
> Many race deniers claim that race can not be classified do
> to it's anologue distribution. Which means the NAZI racialist
> must agree on an absolute definition of what being white is.
> The best and the most solid definition of a white person is
> some one who can not tan. No matter how long they lay out in the
> sun, they just turn red, and their skins peal off and they become
> white again. Thus this is where the term "red neck" came from.
> With this definition, we have an absolute dividing line between
> where one race ends, and another race begins.
> If you can NOT tan what so ever, then you are part of the white
> race.
> If you can tan, then you are not part of the white race.
> You are most likely a "Mongolian rape trash", or
> an "Arabic rape trash".
> Are all you Aryans willing to agree on this definition?
> If not, you are trying to blurr the racial lines again,
> which is just the amo that the race denyiers need to claim that
> race doesn't exist.

Yu is being a good racist. After all, no one is demanding
immigration into Asia or racial balance there. He and his ilk are
demanding massive immigration and racial balance only into white
majority countries: each and every white majority country, no
exceptions, and nothing but white majority countries. What he calls
white racism means that there will still be white majority countries in
the future.
In Yu's ideal world, Asia will be Asian, Africa black, and all white
majority countries brown. You don't have to sghoot anybody to be an
imperialist, especially an Asiatic racial imperialist.