by Val Koinen
September 10, 2012
The main reasons why we should not have to share the most intimate aspects of our society with Negroes; and why government should not go to such lengths to encourage if not force diversity, multiculturalism, integration, and even race-mixing on us American Whites:
On average, in balance, generally speaking, and as a group –
Their genetic make-up is not the same as ours (they are a different subspecies of humankind).
Their history and heritage are for the most part not our history and heritage.
Their culture is not our culture.
Their values and lifestyles are, by-and-large, not our values and lifestyles.
Their intellectual capabilities and performance, and their educability, are not equal to ours.
Their behavioral tendencies are not like ours – including their more primitive and instinctual (as opposed to reasoned) responses to situations and their higher level of violent criminality.
Their civic interests and capabilities do not rise to the same level as ours.
Their social/political loyalties are not the same as ours.
Their work and economic attitudes and viewpoints differ markedly from ours.
Their sense of morality is not the same as ours.
None of this is the result of prejudiced, bigoted, hateful, or supremacist thinking on my part; these things are simply facts. This is the way things are in the real world; this is merely objective reality. Negroes are significantly different from us in all kinds of ways. They are not "us;" they are "the other."
Given these differences, as well as many others, is it any wonder that we constantly find ourselves struggling with the cost, discomfiture, and trauma of their presence in our midst? Is it any wonder that they are the cause of so many aberrations and difficulties whenever encountered in significant numbers and at close range in such areas as job hiring (especially for government jobs, and with regard to affirmative-action and racial preferences); neighborhoods and public gathering places ; classrooms and textbook content ostensibly designed to serve our children; and television, movies, advertising content, and music intended for the consumption of White people?
Supposedly we Americans have the right of freedom of association. What we need now, every bit as much or even more than that, is freedom of non-association.