Re: What Are the Race Deniers Denying?

Bob Whitaker (
Sun, 29 Sep 1996 11:21:15 -0400

Stephen Barnard wrote:
> There is a proposal to include "multiracial" as a category in the US
> census. As I understand it, African-American and Hispanic groups
> generally oppose this because it might erode their representation in the
> census. But what is someone to do if, for example, they have immediate
> Jewish, Korean, and Phillipino ancestry? Such cases are not unheard
> of. (BTW, Jewish is not a racial category because it is "religious".)
> There is a very strong tendency toward "outbreeding" in Asian and
> Hispanic communities, but much less so among African Americans. Someone
> has suggested that the black/non-black distinction is the only racial
> categorization that "matters" in the US, so that should be the only
> categorization in the census. I don't know if I agree with that, but I
> do think that the current form is pretty ridiculous. About 45% of it is
> devoted to determining a racial classification in some way. For
> example, if you are Hispanic then you are expected to distinguish
> between all sorts of subcategories, including (quaintly) "Spanish".
> If race is a myth then it shouldn't be part of the census. Even if it
> isn't a myth then a case can be made that it shouldn't be part of the
> census.
> Steve Barnard

In case you hadn't noticed, the "anti-racists"(anti-whties) are
perfectly consistent about this: the white race exoists if they are
saying something nasty about it, it does not exist if someone is saying
something good about it.
More generally, the "anti-racists" always insist that race exists
when they want quotas, integration, to to chase down whites who don't
want to associate with nonwhites with "low-cost" housing, or white
majority countries which want to restrict immigration. This is all
"white racism" and race is pushed by them to "cure" it.
When it is pointed out that all their ethnic balance programs are
targetted at whites, suddenly the white race is impossible to define and
suddenly ceases to exist once again.
I can't believe you hadn't noticed that.