Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?

Bob Whitaker (
Thu, 21 Nov 1996 13:12:46 -0500

Ross Archer wrote:
> Bob Whitaker <> wrote this:
> > PC has thousands of people like yo to come up with plusible attacks
> >on all opposition. All tyrannies do. It is your absolutely perfect
> >record of PC consistency that discredits you.
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> Fascinating logic. Dissecting this tangled mess of
> fuzzy logic into its constituent underlying nonsense
> premises:
> 1. "PC" (still an undefined term) equals a tyranny (which is
> an oppressive form of governance.) [ Funny, there was no "PC Party"
> on my ballot this November.]
> 2. Evidently, the plausibility of an argument has nothing to do
> with its quality, logic or appeal. No, instead plausibility results
> directly from the large number of people making the argument --
> that's why public opinion can never shift or change away from the
> majority opinion to a minority opinion, and why we all believe the
> Earth to be flat and the center of the Universe to this very day.]
> 3. If the arguments from a lot of people are consistent with
> each other, this casts doubt on the arguments. If a set of
> arguments are perfectly consistent, why, then they
> are impeached of credibility. [The alert reader may note that
> this is exactly how science doesn't work.]
> Such pure horseshit could only emerge from a pure [fill in the rest
> yourself].

Arguments which are consistent with each other and enforced by
ruining careers and by law are invariably false and tyrannical.