Clarence Thomas: Society Is Overly Sensitive About Race

Chris Moody, Yahoo! News, February 12, 2014

Americans today are too sensitive about race, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas told a gathering of college students in Florida on Tuesday.

Speaking at Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach, Fla., Thomas, the second black justice to serve on the court, lamented what he considers a society that is more “conscious” of racial differences than it was when he grew up in segregated Georgia in the days before—and during—the civil rights era.

“My sadness is that we are probably today more race and difference-conscious than I was in the 1960s when I went to school. To my knowledge, I was the first black kid in Savannah, Georgia, to go to a white school. Rarely did the issue of race come up,” Thomas said during a chapel service hosted by the nondenominational Christian university. “Now, name a day it doesn’t come up. Differences in race, differences in sex, somebody doesn’t look at you right, somebody says something. Everybody is sensitive. If I had been as sensitive as that in the 1960s, I’d still be in Savannah. Every person in this room has endured a slight. Every person. Somebody has said something that has hurt their feelings or did something to them—left them out.

“That’s a part of the deal,” he added.

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Throughout his career, Thomas said, he has experienced more instances of discrimination and poor treatment in the North than the South.

“The worst I have been treated was by northern liberal elites. The absolute worst I have ever been treated,” Thomas said. “The worst things that have been done to me, the worst things that have been said about me, by northern liberal elites, not by the people of Savannah, Georgia.”

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  • NeanderthalDNA

    Reverend Manning, Clarence Thomas, Thomas Sowell…

    Some blacks are OK folk. Hated by most others, of course, but not the objects of my scorn.

    • Manaphy

      Clarence Thomas is married to a white woman. That is NOT okay by me.

      • benvad

        He’s been vilified by blacks, so the only ones to shelter him are us whites.

        • Garrett Brown

          You’re excusing white genocide, stop.

        • blight14

          Deal breaker, end of story.

          • benvad

            Sorry!!! Remember this I’m not heartless, I do remember blacks who risked their lives to help Reginald Denny. Yes, blacks caused all of his suffering that day.

            So I do have a bleeding heart at time, sue me!

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Yeah, it’s prickly pear. Of course if I were him I would be too…

        Still wouldn’t want to see him at a fambly reunion.

      • John R

        I understand your point. No, I don’t agree with everything, but we Whites must get smart and get allies from wherever we can. Remember, we now have nearly a third of the population that is non-White and voting against us Whites, plus all the bleeding heart White race traitors. We must use whatever allies we can, to divide the coalition against us, just as our enemies are so adept at dividing Whites against each other.

      • Homo_Occidentalis

        I blame the white woman more than I blame Clarence Thomas. He’s just taking what cultural Marxism has handed him on a golden platter.

      • SFLBIB

        If more members of the Supreme Court were like Thomas, we’d more than likely have an America closer to what most posters here want.

    • Kathy M

      I agree with many of his views but given the fact that he is married to a White sasquatch shows he lacks good judgement in the morals dept. She towers over him and outweighs him by a good 90 lbs.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        Oh yeah? Still a trophy for him, not such a loss for us, then. They often like ‘em on the large side anyway…

    • Long Live Dixie

      Some blacks are OK folk.

      I’d probably agree to that. But I would never include in that category one who is married to a white or who is in a senior position in the US government.

      • NeanderthalDNA

        I respect that.

        • Long Live Dixie

          That’s understandable, though he is the one with power over us.

        • Homo_Occidentalis

          No, but clearly the repeal of the anti-miscegenation laws was a BIG mistake. Most Northern states either never enacted them or struck them down in the 19th c. precisely because race-mixing went beyond all good taste. (ie., they figured that they didn’t need to outlaw it because it was seen as the equivalent of passing a law against eating your own feces, something no sane person would ever do anyway.) Boy were they wrong…

          • NeanderthalDNA

            Well, as distasteful as it is…

            I’m for free will, freedom of association. Also freedom of dissociation – ie SHUNNING and disinheriting.

            With someone like CT, ideologically useful and sensible…do not approve of his wife’s choice of mate, but…

            Rough one, you know?

  • MekongDelta69

    I’ve said this before on here (and lots of other places), but if all black people were like Clarence Thomas, Walter Williams, Thomas Sowell, Larry Elder, Jesse Lee Pederson, etc. there would be no need for all counter-measures (e.g. AmRen, etc., etc., ad infinitum), taken since 1965.

    Either that, or I’ve just ingested a hallucinogen, and I’ve been transported back to 1956 and everything is back to (what I knew as) normal again…

    • benvad

      I could live side by side with them, easily. I know we don’t have the same hue but we have the same view.

      That was my little soft shoe “Jesse Jackson” impersonation!

    • John R

      Exactly, if all blacks were like these, I wouldn’t be spending so much time on this website venting my frustration. There would, of course, still be the issues of liberalism, and the cultural suicide of the West, but the problem would not be so very close, and personal for me. I live just outside of Philadelphia.

    • LHathaway

      This is where I believe you, and those like the late Sam Francis are wrong (and he may have softened his views). We don’t have to become minorities, or to have ‘x’ condition met in order organize by race. And where is it, what state, what city, where whites are a minority, are they allowed to organize by race? Are there white united student groups at Howard University? Or white-centric ‘community center’s’ in Detroit? People of color organize by race, no matter their numbers or location and whites need to also. ‘Diversity’ and equality demand nothing less.

    • Brian

      Those 5 plus the other 16 mystery names = 21 = blackjack. Coincidence?

  • WhiteGuyInJapan

    Malcolm X said he preferred Southern rednecks to Northern liberals.

    • benvad

      He knew they’d be frank and wouldn’t pull punches.

      • WhiteGuyInJapan

        Yeah, words to that effect. Malcolm X preferred the open racism from Southern rednecks (as he perceived it) to the condescension of Northern liberals.
        Myself, I often prefer the Black Muslims to the Sharpton/Jackson types.

        • SoulInvictus

          The black muslims also swear off drugs, try to comport themselves with some self respect, and learn some real history outside of the liberal dogma. One of the first exposures I had to the jewish role in the slave trade was in an African studies/history book a girl brought to work. It pulled no punches about that topic and was the first thing I’ve ever read by a black author that didn’t lay slavery solely at whitey’s feet.

        • Brian

          At least the Wrath of Farra-khaners carry themselves with a modicum of personal dignity, no sagging pants, etc. And the black separatists– well, we have the separation idea in common if nothing else.

    • John R

      Of course, the Southern rednecks would do openly racist things that the liberal news media could exploit to their advantage.

      • LHathaway

        no. . .

  • Garrett Brown

    Southerners have been around blacks for much longer. They go by the belief that unless a negro bothers them they just stay to themselves. They are fully aware of their nature.

    • benvad

      Those people are like dog trainer Caesar??
      The understand what they’re dealing with and don’t try to pretend that it’s something that it is not.

      • Garrett Brown

        Caesar has no idea what he’s doing sometimes, whites engaging in communities with blacks do.

    • Brian

      We should have picked our own cotton, of course (cheap labor never turns out to be cheap); failing that though, we did used to have a pretty effective quarantine policy, which made life much better for us, and I honestly think, for them too in many ways.

  • Puggg

    I don’t agree with his idea that “society is overly sensitive about race.”

    That’s a two-edged sword.

    Certain kinds of people are allowed and in fact encouraged to be “overly sensitive about race,” while certain other kinds of people are lectured and harangued to think that there’s no such thing as race and we’re all just individuals.

    So, wrong answer. Some people are too sensitive about race, some people need to be more sensitive about race.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      I don’t agree with his idea that “society is overly sensitive about race.”

      That’s a two-edged sword.

      ————————————
      Good point.

    • benvad

      I think that’s what he was eluding to in his speech. He of all people understands being hounded by blacks & the left.

      There’s not a day that passes that he’s ridiculed or put down. He has to speak in generalities, so as not to be berated.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Berserker

    I don’t care if my Justices can solve the mystery of the atom;
    I care if they can use common sense and display wisdom.

    By most accounts, Justice Thomas is a decent, one-in-a-million kind of Negro.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      When I was a libtard I hated him for that.

    • John R

      THANK YOU! I would rather have average intellect Supreme Court Justices that are fair, and respect the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, than very smart ones that are very clever about manipulating the language of the law to advance their Cultural Marxist Agenda.

    • AutomaticSlim

      “I don’t care if my Justices can solve the mystery of the atom;
      I care if they can use common sense and display wisdom.”

      Agreed. Thomas, is against affirmative action and other forms of government intrusion. That’s good enough for me.

      • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

        He has made some pro-AA rulings.

        • AutomaticSlim

          Never said he was perfect. He’s no Pat Buchanan, I realize that.
          Overall he is against most AA programs.
          Remember, he replaced Thurgood Marshall on the court.
          A pretty good trade off, I would say.

          • Brian

            One of my nightmares is imagining Thomas retiring and seeing Eric Holder replace him. [shudder]

    • Brian

      I agree he’s not the sharpest, but on the court he tends to stumble in the right direction more often than some others can aim for it.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    The sad fact is that 95% of blacks view Clarence Thomas like we view Tim Wise. The difference is we hate Tim Wise because he lies, and they hate Justice Thomas because he tells the truth.

    • sbuffalonative

      Blacks now believe their own black history lies. Elijah E. Cummings is one of the worst.

      • dd121

        They’re busy creating creating the new mythology of leftist history.

  • sbuffalonative

    I was the first black kid in Savannah, Georgia, to go to a white school. Rarely did the issue of race come up

    This HAS to be a lie! I’ve been told it was hell on earth for black folk before civil rights. Walking home from school meant risking a lynch mobs and fighting off police dogs.

    • ncpride

      Good point. Not only that, one is led to believe every black in America lived in the South under Jim Crow, or there was segregation all over the country, which is false. But for the record, Southerners were absolutely right about segregation…. the proof surrounds us daily.

      • John R

        And all the Hollywood stereotypes told over and over, starting with “To Kill A Mockingbird”, and continuing on through the “Roots” series, and of course, the constant documentaries that we are fed over and over and over and….Yeah, I always wondered why, ten seconds after the Civil War ended, that the entire black population didn’t suddenly flee to the North, rather the process took over a century, and even then, a sizable number remained in the South.

        • Alexandra1973

          Oh, I can tell you why, let’s go into liberal-blame-whitey mode:

          They couldn’t afford to move up north because Whites oppressed them.

          That sound like something a liberal would say?

          • ncpride

            Sure does. It’s always somehow Whitey’s fault.

      • Alexandra1973

        Then Phil Robertson stated that he personally never saw blacks mistreated. There were howls about that too.

    • Jesse James

      No you misunderstand the nature of the social contract during Jim Crow. Segregation is all about establishing zones where each race is free to behave according to their nature. Segregation greatly reduces conflict between the races and almost eliminates inter-racial violence. White farmers and small town businessmen had great incentive to try and encourage black tenant farmers to stay and work the land during the period of the first Great Migration to the north (1910-1930). So many blacks were leaving that it created a serious shortage in agricultural labor before mechanized equipment was generally available.

      While doing some research on Edgefield County SC during the early part of the 20th century I came across several editorials encouraging blacks to stay and criticizing those who left. I specifically remember an appeal to remember it was the white landowners who prevented the blacks from starving to death immediately after the Civil War. After all once emancipated the plantation owners had no responsibility anymore to feed, cloth and house the freed slaves. Like most liberal projects what happened after the freeing of the slaves was never really thought out by the abolitionists and as a result there was great chaos and suffering after the war.

      What is most highlighted as indicative of bad race relations – lynchings of blacks by whites- was actually very rare. During the period when lynching was an issue, 1880s to 1960s one estimate by the Tuskegee Institute says 3,446 blacks and 1,297 whites were killed. Compare this to government statistics for 2007 that show apx 8,000 blacks killed in one year, 93% of which the murderers were other blacks. So in one year alone blacks kill about twice the number of their co-racials as were killed during the entire eighty year period of lynchings. There were a lot of paternalistic relationships between whites and freed blacks after the war.

      One thing blacks did to claim continued relationship with their former owners was to take the last name of their masters. This is why for examples their are so many black Taliaferros and Tolivers in Virginia. This was a common practice favored by blacks because it played upon the sense of responsibility and noblesse oblige that was part of the character model for Southern gentlemen. It also gave some protection from lower class whites who would think twice before starting problems with more powerful white families over the treatment of “their people”. The whites who still owned property were land rich and labor poor immediately after the war so in exchange for their continued patronage and protection they got a cheap labor supply soon organized under sharecropping schemes.

      • sbuffalonative

        I agree. Segregation was simply about facilitating a workable solution of two disparate people living in close proximity.

        I listen to black talk radio on occasion (much more in the past than today). There are two different views on the old days.

        One is the official line like Elijah Cummings stresses; that segregation was a horrible system meant to oppress blacks, keep them in their
        place and away from whites, and denying blacks opportunities to get ahead. To listen to Cummings, one would believe that blacks were beaten and harassed every day of their lives.

        The other view I hear on black talk radio is people who
        loving talk about ‘back in the day’ when blacks had their own stable
        neighborhoods and their kids graduated from school and they simply lived their lives in peace.

        The former is the only acceptable version of history today. ‘Segregation
        was evil’.

        The problems came when blacks and whites were forced by
        circumstances to be in close proximity like on a bus. Was sitting in the back of the bus a bad thing? I ride the bus and for younger blacks, it’s the preferred place to sit. There, they were away from the bus driver and passengers and they can be as loud and obnoxious as they like while leaving the people in the front alone.

        It’s too bad this had to be an official policy because I believe it would have simply occurred naturally and is likely why it evolved in the first place.

        If you’ve done your research, I’d like to see you write a
        piece for American Renaissance to help set the record straight.

      • Guest

        This is something that libs find inconceivable, but it illustrates some of the reality of relations that you’re describing:

      • Brian

        This illustrates some of the reality of relations that you’re describing:

    • LHathaway

      I think it was in one of George Gilders early books that he casually points out that white children attending integrated school had to endure rocks being thrown at them.

  • Einsatzgrenadier

    People are more sensitive about race because of massive 3rd world immigration and multiculturalism. Constantly having to accommodate the demands of an endless stream of non-white foreigners, while losing your own western European culture in the process, will do that to you.

  • Spartacus

    Sorry, but you’re still the enemy .

    • So CAL Snowman

      Some people just don’t get it Spartacus. He is a black man in a position of power over White people with a White wife (racial genocide). And some people down vote you for speaking the truth?

      • NoMosqueHere

        Given the choice, most folks would rather have a decent black conservative in their town than a vicious transylvanian vampire.

        • Garrett Brown

          Vampires don’t exist. Your horrible argument is invalid.

      • Tom B.

        How right you are. There is still too much dissention in the ranks and that is why the white race is dying out. We can’t reach a consensus on any major issue, while the blacks and other minorities stick together against us even when they hate each other. People like Clarence Thomas are an anomaly and should be viewed as such. I wonder where he and other blacks like him will stand when the bullets start flying–my guess is that they may not be as pro-white as some think.

        • http://www.amren.com/ Berserker

          Everyone recognizes that Justice Thomas is an anomaly.
          I’m not pretending he is pro-White, but he evidently is on my side in the war against marxists/leftists/socialists.

      • http://www.amren.com/ Berserker

        Your support for Hillary, as an example – over, for instance, Ted Cruz – because of her Caucasian credentials is suicidal. She would gladly feed you to the wolves if it meant the further destruction of the U.S.

        Hillary cannot possibly share ANY of your values.

        • Garrett Brown

          You don’t support either.

          • willbest

            No you don’t, but that doesn’t mean you can’t express a preference as to which is your master out of the handful of elites that are preapproved to be since somebody will be.

          • Garrett Brown

            If they are all “elites” I don’t want any of them to be in leadership, therefore I will support none of them.

          • Garrett Brown

            If you don’t support either, you have no preference for either.

            I have no master, I have a sensei and a father. That’s as close as its going to get for me.

      • Manaphy

        The downvotes probably all came from the Jews whom Jared Taylor allows to join AmRen. If you let a termite into your house, no matter what it tells you, and no matter what you convince yourself, it will still eat away at the foundations and ultimately destroy it.

      • dd121

        I like that he votes conservative on the court but still he’s no hero of mine.

      • Long Live Dixie

        You can say that again.

        Judging from the people right here on this site who talk about how they wish all blacks were like Thomas, how they would be fine if Thomas moved in next door, how Thomas is a great conservative, and so on, it’s pretty clear that this site is full of non-racialists who value creed more than blood.

        • dd121

          I like your comment. I like your comment.

    • Garrett Brown

      Lol at the down votes. I’m with you until the end Sparty. Damned be us for speaking the truth.

      A white wife= white genocide which = he is anti white because he took one of our people. That is the truth, no matter what others think. That is yet another lost white who could have contributed to our birth rates. I don’t care what he believes in, he needs to stick to his own kind.

      • Tom B.

        Two thumbs up from me Mr. Brown!, you and Sparty are keeping your emotions under control and your minds focused. Keep it goin fellas!

      • IstvanIN

        He didn’t take her, she went voluntarily.

        • Anna Tree

          Yes, she is our race traitor. He is his race traitor.

        • Garrett Brown

          He accepted it. He flirted with her. He arranged the marriage along with her and complied to having sex with her. Both had a part, both are wrong. But she is not the one in office.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      For liberals, Clarence Thomas is just another biological weapon in their personal arsenal. This negro serves a useful purpose in their war against the traditional white establishment. He’s miscegenating with a white woman and occupying a position of authority that should have been reserved for a white man. That’s white genocide and race replacement. You’re damned right that negro is an enemy of the white race.

    • Black Swan

      That’s a fine, 6 word statement, Spartacus.

      I hadn’t thought of that aspect of Thomas until you brought it up, and good for you. Miscegenation is white genocide and should be scorned wherever it appears.

      Kudos to you and your post(s), some of the best on the entire forum. Keep it up.

    • jeffaral

      You bet the down votes come from White Southerners – How he dares to be so disrespectful to one of our christian conservative negroes??!!! Secession please….

  • benvad

    The other clowns are establishing precedents to push of social justice & social equality. That’s not what a judge is about, their job is to interpret the law through the interpretation of the constitution. Not to use it as a soapbox for left wing religious beliefs.

  • benvad

    He’s actually pretty bright.

  • bigone4u

    Liberals FEAR and HATE Justice Thomas because he sets an example for blacks they don’t like. Conservatives like him because, in spite of his white wife, he agrees with the principle of judicial restraint. Anything and everything he does will create controversy because he’s a black conservative with a big say in how things go in America. He’s one tough black guy to take the abuse from liberals he’s had to take. He gives as good as he gets, though and it helps our cause when anybody spits back in liberals’ faces.

  • NoMosqueHere

    Northern elites, who conjured up the affirmative action policy, made Thomas who he is. They put him on the Sup Ct, where he doesn’t really belong. He was appointed by Pappy Bush, who wanted a black on the Court, a conservative black, but a black nonetheless.

    • Bartek

      “a first rate world” in reference to the Supreme Court justices!
      You must be joking?
      Thomas is no different than the rest of the Court. All the justices were selected for their ability to represent ‘oppressed’ ethnic/religious groups.

  • Andrew

    Growing up, I was taught to hate Clarence Thomas for being a sexist monster put in to do the bidding of a conservative ( bad) president. I have to rethink my assumptions about him.

    • John R

      Ever hear about the Anita Hill doll? Wind it up, and ten years later, it talks!

    • willbest

      Thomas is a libertarians best friend on the Supreme Court.

  • Pelagian

    I heard he is very intelligent -pace, the way he may talk – and is a balls-to-the-walls traditional Catholic. I’m for ‘im! And, at the very least, we have to hand it to him for giving us, in this article, a very valuable datum that only a black man can give about what we’ve long-suspected to be the case about Northern hypocrisy.

    • John R

      I agree with you in spirit. But I am disturbed by your saying “that only a black…” Remember, we are right on this issue, and should not depend on other races for our vindication. Our belief, unlike that of liberals, is that we Whites have the highest wisdom and civilization. Yes, respect Thomas as an ally. But do so INSPITE OF his race, not BECAUSE OF IT.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Justice Thomas said that he doesn’t ask questions during oral arguments because he believes the session is mainly theatre. The answers to the questions have already been submitted and reviewed by the Justices in the parties’ briefs and amicus briefs. I tend to agree with him.

    Further, Justice Thomas’ majority and dissenting opinions are excellent. They’re well written, logical, and show great respect for the Constitution.

  • Pro_Whitey

    I disagree. I find Thomas’s plain stance against the dormant Commerce Clause to be a fresh breath of air. I wish he would apply the same to 14th amendment jurisprudence. In my opinion, none of these people is all that bright, but you have some who try to deal with the mess that is constitutional law these days, and the doctrinaire leftists who push whatever the comintern thinks should be done.

  • MekongDelta69

    Sorry – but there are EXCEPTIONS to EVERY rule.

    You may not want to hear this, but if you look at his actual record, he’s even MORE conservative than Antonin Scalia (who is very conservative).

    Of course – if you’d rather have an ‘oppressed’ Latina; a former ACLU attorney; a radical feminazi; and a self-loathing, guilt-ridden, spineless white guy (who comprise the four Leftists on the SCOTUS), be my guest.

    • Alexandra1973

      Yep. Exceptions to the rule, just so long as you’re careful not to make the exception *into* the rule, which is what too many want to do.

      There are decent blacks out there, as this demonstrates, they’re just so few and far between. The ones I personally know of are all Christians, go figure.

    • Long Live Dixie

      Antonin Scalia (who is very conservative).

      Scalia is so “conservative” that last year he wrote the decision that struck down the ability of states to require proof of citizenship to vote. Scalia is a US conservative, which is the same as saying that Scalia is a liberal.

      • SoulInvictus

        Then there is eminent domain, Citizens United, etc etc etc.
        You hit the nail with the “US conservative” line.

        • Homo_Occidentalis

          When that day comes, hopefully the question of states’ rights of secession will be decided using the U.S. constitution rather than on the field of battle.

        • Brian

          Can I nominate you for the court?

          • SoulInvictus

            Yes, yes you may. Let the righteous and merciless hammer fall, frequent and heavy.
            I tried to message you back on the other thread, if you’re still interested in some of the ATL people getting together, let me know.
            I’m in AL now but I make it that way occasionally.

  • John R

    Of course you were treated badly by liberal elites, Thomas: You had the GALL to suggest that your life in an all White school in the segregated South was NOT a total HELL of racial oppression! That is like the ultimate sacrilege to liberals. They need the story of constant oppression to justify their liberalism, and of course blacks need it to justify their continued bad, and getting worse, behavior.

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    There is not one single Supreme Court judge with whom I totally agree or totally disagree. That said, Clarence Thomas is nobody’s fool, but by the same token, he’s had some real lemons in terms of legal literature.

    The reason there is no such thing as a perfect Supreme Court justice is because I am not on the Supreme Court, and I never will be. First off, I’m not a lawyer, and the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is the gatekeeper for SCOTUS confirmations, is 100% lawyer. (Even though there’s no legal requirement that Justices have to be lawyers). Second, consider that the Senate Judiciary Committee currently consists of Leahy (Chairman), Grassley (Ranking), Democrats Feinstein, Schumer, Durbin, Whitehouse, Klobuchar, Franken, Coons, Blumenthal, Hirono and Republicans Hatch, Sessions, Graham, Cornyn, Lee, Cruz and Flake. After giving most of these people a piece of my mind, the only votes I’d get are from Grassley, Sessions, Lee and maybe Cruz.

  • Luca

    People are not truly overly sensitive about race. They are using it as a crutch and a weapon.

    • Andy

      White people are.

  • antiquesunlight

    The old lady at 2:40 is so typical of old Southern women, reminds me of my grandmother. Love it.

  • antiquesunlight

    It’s sad when some of the most reasonable powerful people are black. If everyone on the Supreme Court were like Thomas and Scalia, the country would be a very different and much better place, I think.

  • Ograf

    This whole comment section sounds like a promotion for the views of our enemies. What the hell the battle has been lost since the 70′s anyways.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Americans today are too sensitive about race…

    White Americans aren’t too sensitive about race; race is used as a weapon against us by cultural marxists — to threaten or end careers and irreparably harm our reputations — in order to shut us up…about race.

    Justice Thomas should know all about the destructive cultural marxist agenda: They tried to stop his SCOTUS nomination in every way possible, what he called a “high tech lynching.”

  • MBlanc46

    Clarence Thomas is definitely not a favorite of northern elites. Their disdain for him probably has no lower limit.

  • negrolocaust

    good savage nation tonight. talks about sharpton and farrakhan etc it is on youtube. farrakhanjust threatened white genocide savage plays the clips.

    • Alexandra1973

      I’ve actually heard a couple of Savage’s clips the past few days (I browse certain forums, though I don’t post there). I like this one where this black guy calls in and starts saying how whites stole everything and he totally gets owned by Savage.

  • Long Live Dixie

    If you want to find a real segregationist you go north, not south.

    White flight from the cities does not imply segregation (though the Leftists claim it does). Segregation is a legal and systematic separation of the races. The Northerners in their mostly-white suburbs would be aghast at even the idea of legal and systematic separation of the races. Those same white flight Northern liberals who have made the move to Dixie are the biggest – usually the only – white voices for multi-racialism in most areas of the South.

  • WR_the_realist

    The liberal elites hate Clarence Thomas for being conservative. How dare a black man be that way!

  • jeffaral

    Clarence Thomas is an affirmative action black person who married a White woman (his trophy) and is known for sexually harrassing women (typical black behaviour). I love how conservatives portray him as a hero.

  • dodger

    Some people want the blacks and others to feel discriminated against.

  • Manaphy

    What do you call a black speaker at a conservative/Republican conference?
    The keynote speaker.