Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?

Bob Whitaker (
Fri, 22 Nov 1996 11:53:43 -0500

Richard P. Hanson wrote:
> (Fragano Ledgister) wrote:
> >Bob Whitaker ( wrote:
> >: Richard P. Hanson wrote:
> >: >
> >: > Can someone please jog that record player, that Bob Whitaker record
> >: > keeps getting stuck.
> >: >
> >: > --
> >: > Rich Hanson, Software Engineer, +44 (0)1634 844400 x4937
> >: >
> >: > GEC Marconi Avionics Limited, Rochester, Kent, ENGLAND
> >: > Speaking for myself, of course!
> >
> >
> >: You are speaking fro the land where "the truth is no excuse" not
> >: to go to prison for speach banned under your Hate Laws.
> >
> >Might we have some citations of the relevant laws (complete with
> >regnal years) and of cases brought under them so that the essential
> >veracity of your statement can be judged by all.
> >
> >: As I tell you clones, one at a time, my repetition comes directly from
> >: the fact that you only make two or three points, but Mommy Professor
> >: told you that if you put them in different words, they are different
> >: points. I have to use the same exact arguments on all your weaving
> >: around to make your three or points sound new.
> >
> >And not from the fact that you really have no arguments to defend
> >your prejudices?
> What prejudices do you think I have then, smartarse? I wasn't going to
> get rude, but when someone bases such an in-depth assessment on me
> based on two messages accusing that someone of repetition, then I have
> to conclude that their brain has something seriously wrong with it.
> >: The force of your argument is in ruining people for violating Political
> >: Correctness and in your Hate Laws, so your arguments remain hopeless
> >: repetitions of crap that wouldn't last five minutes iif you didn't have
> >: abosolute unquestioned control over academia(can you imagine any leftist
> >: viewpoint, no matter how kooky, that couldn't get plenty of backing from
> >: tax-paid lefty academics?). I just repeat in the same words. rather
> >: than pretending, as a "respectable" rightist would, that you are saying
> >: something new.
> >
> >In one word: huh?
> This to Mr Whitaker, not Mr Ledgister: Excuse me dickbrain - I haven't given
> *any* arguments in this thread, merely poked fun at your repetition.
> The only thing I can think of that you class as a hate law are the laws
> which prevent people from inciting racial tension - a law which applies
> equally to non-whites as to whites. Try living over here and be surprised
> at the relatively low level of inter-racial tension - it certainly exists
> in places, and is propagated by many people in *all* races.
> What it seems to me is you have a chip on your shoulder about academia.
> But that's what it seems - you never explicitly state your viewpoint.
> >: Don't worry, I'll keep repeating this to each of you clones until you
> >: hear me.
> >
> >We hear you, Bobby baby, we just can't bring ourselves to believe
> >that your brains were replaced by rocks. But you're doing a
> >wonderful job persuading all of us.
> Don't insult rocks!
> What amuses me is he has already classed me as a PC clone, even
> though I came into this thread less than a week ago, posted two
> messages poking fun at his repetition. Apparently that makes me
> PC. Interesting logic. I certainly don't consider myself PC -
> I merely believe in an equal chance for everybody based on merit
> and ability and not skin colour or genital apparatus, and I also
> therefore think an idea such as 'positive discrimination' is a
> contradiction in terms. I don't believe in petty language
> censoring, such as banning the word 'blackboard' (interesting
> ban that - personaly, I would have though 'blackboard' had
> positive connotations since they are generally a good tool
> in education).
> There, I've stated my position, at least partitially. Something
> I haven't seen from Mr Whitaker. Perhaps he lives under an old
> wooden bridge and eats billy goats?
> --
> Rich Hanson, Software Engineer, +44 (0)1634 844400 x4937
> GEC Marconi Avionics Limited, Rochester, Kent, ENGLAND
> Speaking for myself, of course!

As I keep telling you clones, you seem to think that people who have
spent decades under the ryule of Political Correctness and gone to
school under it have trouble recognizing you for what you are.
At least you had the imagination to come up with one or two safe things
you could say you were against that Politically Correct t ypes push. I
have a strong suspicion this is the first time you ever decided you
would say those were bad, but at least you have a few brain-waves left.
Your fellow PC's here don't even provide themselves that much cover.