Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?
Bob Whitaker (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 17 Nov 1996 15:29:37 -0500
> 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)
I think we all know where you stand.
You have to be white to be an anti-white white. Each of you
clones in turn think you're saying something new.