Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?

Bob Whitaker (
Mon, 25 Nov 1996 16:47:41 -0500

Gregory Taylor wrote:
> Bob Whitaker <> wrote:
> >I am not nor have I ever been a either a member of or in the employ of
> >the National Alliance.
> >Now go screw yourself.
> Temper, temper.... Thanks for setting us straight on the pedigree for
> your particular racist coctail.
> >Please look at the above paragraph. He is saying, once again, that I
> >am A Nazi Who Wants To Kill Six Million Jews while he is denying that he
> >and his clones say that I am A Nazi Who Wants To Kill Six Million Jews.
> BZZT! Thanks for playing. My run through DejaNews and the Nizkor site would
> suggest that the first person to run this tired ol' thing down was ...yep,
> Bobwhite hisself. Surprise, surprise.
> >I have had the highest level of security clearance available to a
> >civilian. My background has been checked. That makes it really hard
> >on you left-wing McCarthites, but it won't keep you from making the same
> >old accusations, clone by clone.
> So, you think you'd have a hope in Hades of being vetted with all this
> wonderful delusional netspew kicking around with your name on it? I
> don't think so. But, as long as you're talking about the Bobbo that
> *was* (i.e. pre-RANT-O-Matic), try this....
> This past Saturday, I was down at the local University library in
> search of some stuff on the photographer Eugene Atget and
> I found myself in the Reference Room. If I check the American
> directories of University faculties, I notice that there's
> a Robert Whitaker who drops off the map around '83 or '84
> at a place calling itself Abilene Christian College. But what I
> can't locate is any record of a dissertation abstract for anyone
> in the social sciences with a name like yours. Are you one of
> those guys who got an academic job back in the early 60s when
> they were hiring faculty on the basis of an M.A.? Your research
> doesn't even seem to be on the map, Bob. Nowhere. So I'm thinking
> that you've got this "proof by assertion" thing stuck because you
> never actually had to do it. Maybe that explains the evidentially
> challenged bits - you never actually *did* any real research.
> And, as you can imagine, it's intriguing to imagine that there's
> a religious component to your possible ah...departure from
> Abilene - I might have thought that Texas would be one of
> the places I might have looked in the 1960s for theological
> justifications of racism - but you didn't run afoul of a
> pack of Christians who looked in askance at your racist
> diatribes now, didja? 'Zat you, Bobby?
> Yours from the Reference room,
> Gregory Taylor
> --
> The arts are the field on which we place our own dreams, thoughts, and desires
> alongside those of others, so that solitudes can meet, to their joy sometimes,
> or to their surprise, and sometimes to their disgust.(R. Hughes) Gregory Taylor
> WORT-FM 89.9 Madison, Wisconsin

God, you clonesa are stupid. Go to your library, get *The New Right
Papers*. Look at the dust jacket. Wipe the drool off your mouth.