Sunday, December 7, 2008


A few new articles from various sites have been added under Webster's recommended blogposts in the upper-right sidebar, which, of course, I recommend you read.

Check out the short VFR article heading the list in which Auster points out that,

This is not our society celebrating the beautiful holiday of Christmas. This is the Liberal Controllers of our society carefully teaching children an unnatural and dangerous lie that they would never believe unless they were carefully taught. How many whites will militate against vitally necessary immigration restrictions in the decades to come, how many young white females will be raped and murdered by nonwhites in the decades to come, because of the message of trusting and loving racial aliens that programs like this implant in them?

An alternate title might be "How the Grinch stole the instincts of America's children," and I wrote a comment to the article under that subject line.

Years ago I was doing a job for an elderly retired Oklahoma teacher and we somehow got on the subject of interracial relationships, specifically the growing tendency of white girls to take an interest in black boys. The teacher was very discouraged and heartbroken over what modern society and the modern education system was then perpetrating on what she referred to as "these poor white girls." Her theory was that because these females are emotionally driven they're beginning to take it upon themselves, given what liberal society is teaching them concerning white guilt, to give themselves as sacrificial reparations for the sins that whites have committed against blacks in America, thus putting themselves in very precarious situations.

I imagine that has a lot to do with it.


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Evil Style Queen said...

"White guilt" plays certainly a major, and maybe the most important, part here, but I would like to add that condescension and the will to have the upper hand in the relationship and a twisted form of "caring" (which is condescending too) come in as well here. Both are -- dare I say it? -- typical female traits. Somehow I can not picture a man choosing a black woman for such reasons. (I may be wrong.)

That those silly women very often have to learn the hard way who will have the upper hand in such a relationship at the end of the day is a different matter.

Terry Morris said...

Interesting thoughts, Nora. Thank you.

But to be sure I'm with you on this, you're saying that white women are interested in intimate relationships with black men because they know (or think) they can control black men easier than they can control white men?

Evil Style Queen said...

To say they think that they can control black men better may be a little bit too blunt, although what I mean includes such an element. I mean that they (surely most of them subconsciously) act from a position of white supremacy. They intend to "lift" the poor thirdworlder or descendant of thirdworlders and are, so they think, bestowing a favour on them. I guess they tend to expect something in return for that, call it gratefulness or some sort of inflated respect or something like that. It doesn't work out, of course.

Terry Morris said...

No it doesn't work out, generally speaking, as I've stated many times before. There are too many differences to overcome in such relationships.

Your perspective is interesting to me, Nora, as compared and contrasted with the Oklahoma teacher's perspective I mentioned in the post. While she sees it, or saw it, as a wrong perpetrated on white girls by modern liberal society and its educational apparatus (which is huge and virtually all-encompassing, btw), you see it as something different, something unique and inherently wrong within females, namely a feeling of white female superiority. You also identify another defect in this "white female superiority" thinking -- that they expect to be rewarded in some way for being so "noble" as to give themselves to the other race. Apparently then these white females possess some kind of disability to understanding that handouts are rarely appreciated by the beneficiaries; that the person or entity that is doing the "giving" is more usually despised for it by the person or entity doing the receiving. ...

Evil Style Queen said...

Yes, Terry. I wouldn't have put it that way at first, but the way you interpreted and carried forward my argument agrees with what I think.

I tend not to see "liberalism" as something that inspired girls and women to do silly things, but as something that unleashed the silly and arrogant trait women seem to possess. So many things that irritate me about women (myself included) can be reduced to those two things. I don't intend to beat that old nag to death, but I seriously think that feminism has done more harm to society than any other "liberal" or leftist ideology.

Isn't that the beauty of a transatlantic dialogue: to add new aspects to the other's way of seeing things and thus a broader perspective?