As I’ve mentioned in the past, I like to study white racialists. I have been doing it for years. What strikes me about their thought process is that hardcore white racialists – such as those who gather at Jared Taylor’s American Renaissance site – act like aggrieved minorities. They view themselves as powerless victims of some large, sinister mechanism of social control (liberalism/egalitarianism, international capitalism, Jewish supremacy, whatever).
Why do they feel this way? Because outspoken white racialists are pushed to the outer fringes of America’s political discourse. (Jared Taylor and David Duke are not welcome voices in the mainstream media.)
Because white people can lose their jobs and face huge public humiliation when they insult black folks. (See Don Imus, Michael Richards, Dog the Bounty Hunter, etc.)
Because demographic trends indicate that whites could shrink to a numerical minority in the United States by 2050.
So I ask you, DeAngelo:
QUESTION #2: If there is an effective system of white supremacy shaping our world – especially in the United States – then why are the most race-conscious white partisans marginalized, scorned and punished? Why is it hip to be “anti-racist”? And why is the U.S. non-white population being allowed to grow, thereby reducing the political and economic influence of white people?