Tuesday, April 29, 2014

The SPLC Attacks The American Thinker for Its Thoughtful Profile of Jared Taylor

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Well, American Thinker publisher Thomas Lifson is getting it now. The racist treason organization, the SPLC is seeking to intimidate him into towing the racial socialist party line on race. Will the notoriously weasely Lifson walk tall, or grovel?

But note how devoid of thought Heidi Beirich's blog below is. She doesn't betray any familiarity with Jared Taylor's writings or speeches. If she had done any research, she would know that the one statement of Jared's that she quoted is something he mistakenly repudiated shortly thereafter.

American Thinker Needs to Start Thinking

By Heidi Beirich
April 24, 2014 - 2:00 p.m.
Posted in Anti-Black, White Nationalism.

Jared Taylor

Today, American Thinker, a not so thoughtful far-right online publication that likes to publish anti-LGBT folks like Concerned Women For America’s Janice Shaw Crouse and World Congress of Families spokesman Don Feder, really outdid itself. It devoted an ungodly amount of words to a fawning profile of Jared Taylor, one of the most prominent white nationalists in America.

What could they possibly be American thinking over there? Taylor is a guy who publishes a racist newsletter [sic], American Renaissance, which argues ad nauseam that people of color are lesser beings [where did he ever say that?] than white folks. His biannual conferences are filled with major white supremacists, Klan lawyers and their ilk. At one point, there was even a dispute among Taylor’s followers on the “Jewish Question,” if you can believe something that ridiculous.

American Thinker doesn’t start its puff piece with any mention of those issues. No, sir. Here’s their first line about Taylor, “Good manners are infectious.” Seriously?

Well, let’s just take a look at some of the “good-mannered” things Taylor has written. There’s this: “When blacks are left entirely to their own devices, Western civilization — any kind of civilization — disappears.”

[Actually, Jared changed his mind, and repudiated that judgment soon after making it, but I think he was wrong to do so. I guess Heidi’s researches missed his second statement.]


And now let’s kick the good manners up a notch. Here’s Taylor on Hurricane Katrina: “Our rulers and media executives will try to turn the story of Hurricane Katrina into yet another morality tale of downtrodden blacks and heartless whites… . [But m]any whites will realize — some for the first time — that we have Africa in our midst, that utterly alien Africa of road-side corpses, cruelty, and anarchy that they thought could never wash up on our shores.”

[How is that statement false?]

For American Thinker, Taylor isn’t a rabid racist who tries to gussy up his hate with big words. Rather, he is a guy who “like[s] ideas,” has “good manners,” and who wishes his “commenters [meaning white supremacists] were better behaved.” Sure, American Thinker points out that there is anti-Semitism and racism associated with Taylor’s group, but even so, the article’s author, Jeff Lipkes, wonders if racist beliefs – i.e. white nationalism – can “be the basis for a political movement.”

Maybe if they put their thinking caps on at American Thinker, they’ll come up with the right answer to that question. But in case they can’t, here’s the answer: no.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"Africa in our midst". That is what the BBC guy said when they showed the pictures of Hurricane Katrina. Well, everyone understand that is what whole portions of American do look like and HAVE looked like for some time. Get used to it, that is America. Ya'll.