Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?

Sat, 16 Nov 1996 22:13:49 EST

Ok Bobby, I'll put it to you this way. I have blue eyes. If tomorrow
they discovered a way to turn everyone's eyes brown, and parents all over
the world started giving birth to brown eyed babies, this wouldn't affect
my eyes. Even if I could foresee a world without any blue-eyed people,
I'd still be ok. And I wouldn't mind. Likewise whiteness. I'm white.
So are you (I assume). If the white race disappears (unlikely, but I'll
grant it for the sake of argument) 100 years from now, we'd still be here
today. Nobody is trying to kill you or me (well, not me). The existance
of a white race or blue eyed people in the future is something beyond
my control or interest. The Human species evolved. In the past there
probably we'ren't any "whites" at all. In the future there may not be.
Whiteness is a product of living in sun-starved climates. In case you
don't take my word for it, you can take the quote of my correspondant
Eugene Holman of alt.politics.white-power, Protector of our Aryan
>Since homo sapiens originated in the tropical regions of Africa it
>would be more correct to state that the people living in non-tropical
>sun-starved climates tend to get lighter coloration over many generations.

So, your fellow Aryan says that we used to be black. In the future, if
we all move south, we may be again. Why should this matter to you and I?
The "white race" is not a person, you can't kill it. Kill me, I'll
object. Predict that whiteness will go out of style in a few thousand
years, and I'll yawn.

Carl Skutsch (White Guy)