UPDATE: “Race Card Project” — Final Competition

Henry Wolff, American Renaissance, February 3, 2014

See which submissions were most popular.

Last month, inspired by a series by National Public Radio called the “Race Card Project,” we invited readers to submit haiku-like six-word statements about race. We were overwhelmed by the quantity and quality of the submissions–which, as you can imagine, were rather different in tone from those submitted to NPR. As always, we are impressed by the wit and insight of our readers.

Our “Race Card Project” got a total of 1,580 comments–easily a new record for an AmRen article!

A number of readers urged Jared Taylor and Henry Wolff to contribute statements, but we were so impressed by the quality of reader submissions that we beg off from the official competition. We did, however, exchange “race cards” as follows:

Wolff: “We could have gone to Mars.”

Taylor reply: “We could have stayed on Earth!”

We chose the 34 best submissions, based on reader upvotes and our our own preferences. Each of the 34 is its own “comment” below, and we invited readers to vote for their favorite(s). We offered the author of the winning submission three books from our store.

Based on the votes below, here are the runners-up:

“Tolerance is directly proportional to distance.” — Berserker, 87 upvotes

“Proximity to diversity cures white guilt.” — Jane Johnson, 90 upvotes

“Your race card is maxed out.” — Michael Christopher Scott, 95 upvotes

“White guilt is a social construct.” — bigone4u, 95 upvotes

And the winning “Race Card”:

“Whites create, Asians imitate, blacks desecrate.” — PvtCharlieSlate, 141 upvotes

PvtCharlieSlate, please send us a contact us with your address and the books you would like.

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  • HenryWWolff

    Diversity drives us apart. Embrace nationalism. — Truthseeker

  • HenryWWolff

    Becoming strangers in our own homeland. — Jesse James

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I still say your one about standards should have placed, JJ.

      • Jesse James

        Great fun and an interesting assignment in propaganda writing. American Renaissance, the virtual Highland School of racial reaction. It will be interesting to see if AMREN continues working on this new interactive approach – this is definitely a step beyond just the regular post/comment drill. The record breaking number of posts on the initial article clearly proves that this was an effective techniques for soliciting participation.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Yes, I do sense a little bit of sit-and-spin from the regulars. Letting off steam instead of running it through a turbine to make power. I heard a great quote from a politician recently–and I hope it doesn’t apply here to AmRen with respect to the momentum that is building–the diversity fatigue. I can’t remember which politician it was. Maybe Rand Paul?

          Anyway, it was in reference to Obama always side-stepping Congress and doing as he pleases. In this instance he was going to possibly attack Syria over sketchy chemical weapons use. Congress groaned on and on that they should be involved in whether or not an attack happened, and rightfully so. That groaning went on for days if not weeks–and finally Obama said:

          “OK, you’re involved–it’s all you–what next?”

          Well, Congress got caught flat-footed. They weren’t expecting him to relent. And that politician likened the muted response by Congress as being “….the dog catching the car”.

          I wonder if the momentum builds here and at other sites looking to consolidate under a European demographic–and more critical and brave choices have to be made–if the end result will look like the dog catching the car.

          • Jesse James

            Oh yes, the dog catching the car. Not really a pretty sight to contemplate and probable enough to torment me for the rest of the night.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Fear is a component, for sure. That isn’t the central theme in that politician’s analogy, though.

            He was saying that a dog chases a car every day and the car always gets away. It is so predictable and repeatable–and becomes such a routine that–on that one day when someone hits the brakes and comes to a stop–you suddenly realize that you had such low expectations of ever catching a big, fast car–and it had become such a habit–that you realize you never had a plan in place for what you would do had you ever caught one.

          • Jesse James

            Got it, you are saying that we should be prepared to channel the great awakening we hope for?

          • Anna Tree

            Yes we should. LOL to quote Dune again: Duke Leto Atreides said to his son: “the sleeper must awaken”…

            We do need to be prepared. A good start is having many Orania neighborhoods and/or towns, maybe even concentrate them in a particularly white and conservative state.

            The US flag is white, red and blue. We have the red and blue parties (allegedly: both are purples to me) now it’s time for the white party.

          • Bantu_Education

            Better would be to build compact 3-dimensional cities that can be easily defended, with only 1 or 2 security-controlled access points. If you think about it this was how cities were until relatively recently – finite in size, walled, secure from invaders and infiltrators. So what I am proposing is a “forward to the past” scenario. They needn’t be ginormous or dystopian hell-holes (as depicted in Sci-FI), in fact they could be incredibly beautiful places. We already have something like it, but on the sea – super-liners which house up to 6000 or more people in great comfort and security. Whats not to like?

          • Grantland

            I want to enclose 20 hectares with a ten meter glasscrete two-entrance one-way see-through impediment. The mirrowed glasscrete would radiate in surprising lustrous beauty from the outside, while the inside glow with diffuse light. No shadows.

            Then 20 meters of dog-patrolled no-mans-land. Plenty of security from young Afrikaner men of selected intelligence and vigor, provided with glasscrete batchelor pads and .kevlar kneepads.Then a bluff three-story exterior glasscrete perimeter comprising the outer wall of the 3-layer terraced habitations modest and inexpensive.

            Then a road. Then an inner ring of lower, larger, more family-oriented apartments, a running-track, some lawn..

            In the center a pool, a small park, and ample space to whatever schools, church, shoppe, community-center etc spontaneously should arise. Some expensive plots for the big-shots of the laager.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Right.

          • MikeofAges

            I used to commute daily across the San Joaquin Valley. On one of my routes, I had numerous road I could drive down, there was a dog which regularly chased my car. Since there usually was no other traffic on the road, one day I carefully slowed down .Carefully, so I could make sure the dog didn’t get injured. When I came to a complete stop, the dog just turned away. No interest in the car at all

            .

          • AndrewInterrupted

            He didn’t have a plan.

          • Kenner

            It’s the predator chase reflex: it’s why joggers and cyclists have been attacked by pumas. When you stopped, he stopped.

          • MikeofAges

            Very possible. Or maybe the dog had some dog motive we just don’t understand.

          • That is Zen Buddhist.

          • Grantland

            I think we can all agree to free enterprise and the rule of law. Deciding who gets put in jail comes after.

          • Grantland

            .. Come to think of it, here’s my entry: Free enterprise and Rule of Law.

        • MekongDelta69

          One of the best comments I’ve read since AmRen went online. (And I’ve been here since the beginning.)

          • Jesse James

            Thanks MD69, that means a lot to me coming from you as I pretty much read everything you post.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            When did AmRen switch to the DISQUS format?

          • Jesse James

            Towards the end of 2013 if my memory serves me, it hasn’t been that long.

          • January 1, 2012.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Just curious. Looks like everyone is switching to that.

          • Jesse James

            Yes but I am pretty sure that the near universal adoption of DISQUIS is not a good thing. It makes it way too easy for use in speech persecution by government agents and employers when every comment that you have ever made is saved forever on a single permanent transcript that can be used to document your hate thought crimes.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            It is a double-edged sword. I think the Left is very edgy about the truth busting out all over the place. They realize they had become complacent with molding Marxist minds through their usual channels.
            Now, with the internet, we have cord cutters (myself included) who can find the real truth on any topic with the click of a button. Just the new research on DNA and genetics alone has them in disarray.
            The Leftist propaganda machine is in full panic mode.
            “The truth is popping up everywhere! What do we do!”

          • Bantu_Education

            I second your opinion on that, MD69..

        • Oldcorporal

          Very insightful post, Jesse James. I have often said that “blowing off steam” may make you feel better in the long run, but it does nothing to solve the actual problems. And we all know what they are. It’s odd that, while nationalist and pro-White parties exist at many places in Europe now, they’re almost non-existent here. Could it be because Americans have been so brain-washed about “racism” that we’ve lost our mojo?

  • HenryWWolff

    Racism might just save your life. — So CAL Snowman

  • HenryWWolff

    All of my friends are white. — bigone4u

  • HenryWWolff

    Whites create, Asians imitate, blacks desecrate. — PvtCharlieSlate

    • LovelyNordicHeidi

      Although this one is really funny, it also sums up the different groups the best. It does not take too much foreknowledge to know that the race card “Whites create, Asians imitate, blacks desecrate” is just true. You can see it in history and in modern times. Who in their right mind wouldn’t ever have considered the idea that is expressed in this race card? Even the most confused Liberals might have thought of it, at least once.

      • Wangchuck

        Where do Haikus come from, you fool?

        • Anna Tree

          Japan. Why?
          This is a red herring fallacy!
          Not all whites create and not everything was invented by whites, I don’t think any of us ever said or believed this. Similarly not all blacks desecrate and not all Asians imitate.
          The sentence is an obvious generalization, maybe a stereotype. Nevertheless, still much true.

          Every day I hear jokes about French. Sometimes it is true, sometimes it is false. I try to refute when I think it is false. Please do too if you think the generalization has no basis. Thank you.

          • Wangchuck

            “still much true”

            Tell me then, Anna; What do Asians imitate exactly? If I remember, It was American car companies adapted to Japanese strategies in the 80s because the Japanese were destroying them in the international market, not vice versa, so obviously you need more facts on your side to agree with such an idiotic statement.

            Amren might as well start publishing feel-good quackery pseudoscience to raise the waivering low self-esteem of it’s members like the Nation of Islam does…Then again, I guess that’s exactly what this stupid slogan is.

          • DudeWheresMyCountry?

            Interesting the example you used. Who invented internal combustion engines and the subsequent automobile? White people. Who imitated it very well? Japanese people. Try a better example next time.

          • Anna Tree

            Don’t vote for this slogan if you don’t like it or don’t find it truthful.
            I personally preferred others, no big deal.

            Actually there is a discussion at almost the very end of this page in the thread of SilvioSilver, with Laika, Beloved Comrade and others, about promoting a message against white genocide and not a message anti-whites.

          • PvtCharlieSlate

            Well, well, well Wang. You seem to have gotten your skivvies into a genuine twisty-tight bunch.
            It is a real fact of life that very few Asians ever win Nobel Prizes in science and technology (you know, the stuff that makes the modern world modern) simply because that requires originality beyond just technical ability.
            Also do some research on an American named W. Edwards Deming who is considered a near-hero in Japan. Until then just do all of humanity a favor, crawl back into your foreskin and STFU. If we want to hear from something like you we can resort to flatulence. And, if you do reply, keep in mind that we’re all laughing at you … and that’s when we’re feeling tolerant and patient … and those have limits.
            Have you considered seppiku?

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Asians are all ingrates, like every other demographic. They imitate means they make good, compliant drones.

            And, like China, Japan heavily subsidizes to undercut western industries. Asians are drones and cheating scumbags.

            Free Trade has always been a farce.

    • NoMosqueHere

      Whites create, Asians imitate, blacks fornicate

      • Wangchuck

        Henry Wolf is asking white people to make Haikus, and yet ‘Asians imitate’ lol right buddy

        • Anna Tree

          Where did Mr. Wolff ask white people to make haikus?!!?

          Beside that a six-word sentence is NOT an haiku!

          • Wangchuck

            He’s the one who called it a Haiku, so he obviously felt inspired by the Asians–Asians create, Whites imitate

          • Anna Tree

            He wrote Haiku-like.

      • DudeWheresMyCountry?

        Mexicans fornicate with no plan other than Whitey will foot the bill.

      • PvtCharlieSlate

        Muslims detonate.

      • LHathaway

        blacks fornicate, white want to imitate, asian’s are late.

    • Anna Tree

      “Which creature has one name and yet is different?”

    • Wangchuck

      Haikus are from where, exactly?

      • gemjunior

        Why are you making this point? Why is that even important? Is haiku supposed to be some great combination to the world? Do you hear English speakers adamantly insisting they invented iambic pentameter or the many other types of verse? And that goes for all other art. And science. And, oh, I dunno – everything?

      • dukem1

        Hai-school, you dolt!

        • tlk244182

          Now THAT’S funny!

  • HenryWWolff

    Race are made to be separate. — Whitetrashgang

  • HenryWWolff

    Your race card is maxed out. — Michael Christopher Scott

    • Amy

      My computer has been down awhile, and I missed the last week or so. After reading all the submissions, this one by Michael Scott is my favorite…. Hope you don’t mind if I belatedly add a few of the top of my head, since I missed the competition earlier this week…….White is Right, black is blight……JimCrow needs passed, and real fast…….Seperate but equal? (or) Risk the sequel?…..Differences it seems, are in the genes……..Crime’s disparate impact, is a fact.

      • bigone4u

        Excellent, and yours rhyme.

        • dukem1

          Jacksonesque!

    • Who Me?

      I really like this one.

    • Dr. Möbias

      Thread winner, Mr. Scott.

    • Bantu_Education

      “Your race card limit is exceeded”?

  • HenryWWolff

    Racial equality reminds me of unicorns. — geralddmartin

  • HenryWWolff

    They’re color coded for a reason. — Saggin Gin

    • I am a practitioner of high quality snark, so I’m voting for this one.

      • Not to mention his name and avatar made me laugh every time I’d see it.

  • HenryWWolff

    My diversity: brunnette, blonde, and red. — Jack Burton

  • HenryWWolff

    Proximity to diversity cures white guilt. — Jane Johnson

    • Jack Burton

      Not true though.

      It sometimes does, but there’s no guarantee. If it were that simple we would win by default.

      • indoctrination_FAIL

        Oops–replied to the wrong post. Sorry.

  • HenryWWolff

    Diversity means always lowering the bar. — Jesse James

    • bigone4u

      This pic says as much as some of the slogans.

      • Guest

        How about this version?

        • SaggyGenes

          This was my post, screwed it up trying to edit. Mod, please delete.

      • SaggyGenes

        How about this version?

        • foundingstockcracker

          Just got hired by the V.A.

          • Bobbala

            Where else do you think the Obamacare doctors are going to come from?

        • I think I need some of Bon’s eye bleach.

      • Bantu_Education

        I think those 2 animals had the bars removed completely, not just lowered. But, do you see my point – the slogan would be better without the “always”.

    • indoctrination_FAIL

      Brilliant.

    • Bantu_Education

      Don’t want to be pedantic, but many of these 6-word slogans can be reduced to 5 words and have better impact, e.g.., “Diversity means lowering the bar.” Or does it HAVE to be exactly 6 words?

  • HenryWWolff

    Embrace diversity today; lock doors tonight. — geralddmartin

    • Good one Gerald. Are we going to see you at this upcoming conference?

      • geralddmartin

        Thanks & yes, Reuben, I will be there & will buy you an adult beverage of your choice.

        • Katherine McChesney

          Gerald I had the pleasure of meeting you at the 2012 conference. I always enjoy your articles and comments. Sorry I won’t be able to attend in April.

          • geralddmartin

            Thank you, Katherine. We will miss you at the conference. I hope you can attend next year, or perhaps the next NPI affair in October (in Wash.D.C.)

  • HenryWWolff

    Out of Africa: first white flight. — Spartacus

    • Spartacus

      So I’m one of the best ? Yay ! 🙂

      • So CAL Snowman

        I was pretty stoked to see my quote as well.

      • bigone4u

        They’re all super, but I limited myself to maybe half a dozen upvotes. What would be fun would be to go to one of those websites that lets you create a poster and use all of these to create posters. Some of them might go viral and be influential in getting the message out. Are those websites called meme generators????

        • Spartacus

          You mean like this one ?

          http://memegenerator(DOT)net/

          • bigone4u

            While you were making a poster, I was too, using your slogan. Only problem is mine is not very good. So, can you do one using your slogan? I’m going to try to do another one. Maybe I have no talent for this, though.

          • Spartacus

            Can’t think of anything right now, to be honest, but I’ll give it a shot tomorrow.

        • Spartacus

          Just made one, after Jack Burton’s post :

      • AndrewInterrupted

        That would probably make the best MSM headline.

  • HenryWWolff

    Friends don’t let friends embrace diversity. — Puggg

    • bigone4u

      Advice dog is not a pug, but it’s the best I could do.

      • Puggg

        He is now.

        • dd121

          It’s the best I could do.

  • HenryWWolff

    Speaking the truth is considered hate. — Irishgirl

  • HenryWWolff

    “Racism” is an excuse for failure. — Frank_DeScushin

  • HenryWWolff

    European civilization, mankind’s proven gold standard. — Jesse James

  • HenryWWolff

    Integration without invitation is an invasion. — GenX ANZAC

    • It’s humbling and a real buzz to be mentioned by this great site.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      There may have been a better way of saying it (and I can’t), but I think you and JJ articulated best the origins of the siege mentality in America. I think you also defined Diversity fatigue with your two entries:

      ‘Integration without invitation is an invasion. — GenX ANZAC’

      ‘Multiculturalism means nobody can ever relax. — Jesse James’

    • Anna Tree

      But… they were/are invited 🙁

      • Not by anyone I know.

        • Anna Tree

          Yes I agree with you. Multiculturalism and the changes made to the Immigration Act, were NOT voted nor approved in any way by the people. I know that you and I and all the amreners and many other Americans and westerners did NOT invite all those refugees and immigrants.

          What I meant in my post is that unfortunately, there is an immigration system that invites them to our countries, and unfortunately too, there are citizens who are promoting, helping and happy to have refugees and immigrants from non-white countries. So we didn’t invite them, but others did (beside all the
          politicians, artists etc), a minority in fact 🙁 liberal leftists citizens with white guilt and pathological altruism who wouldn’t even care if our white race disappear! Suicidal and homicidal.

          • I’m yet to see a survey on immigration, where less than 75% of those surveyed are against immigration, with the other 25% probably being those progressives you’ve mentioned and fellow immigrants, who should really be anti immigration themselves, {barring their own family self interests} if they ‘like’ where they’ve relocated to, instead of trying to reshape their new home into the assumingly less desirable place that they’ve escaped from.
            And regarding the minority who did send out the invitations, from personally having lived in an invasion area of Australia’s second largest city, I can confidentially attest to an absolute absence of progressives and plutocrats in these areas, along with a complete absence of all visible Anglo Saxons actually.
            Which makes one wonder, if you’re volunteering a sacrifice, that someone other than you has to pay for, can you really take credit for giving the gift?
            The only way I’d see or hear from this invisible elite class, was through pompous and self congratulatory opinion pieces on “ugly Australians” written from within their ivory towers far, far away.
            So to recap we have a minority making a decision for the majority against their will, and then not having to endure the change that they’ve fostered, while only judging or profiting from a distance (which both sides of politics do of course).
            Integration issues have many forms as you know such as non white immigration (legal or illegal), refugee intake programs, indigenous people’s inclusion issues and/or NAM’s achievement gaps, employee gaps, earning gaps (with all of these gaps being eloquently explained in J.Taylor’s latest IQ video this week) and so on.
            But to me the real issue is we Whites are losing our cultural identity and the power to self determine over stinking money (I like the “America is not a giant mall” headline), while ‘they’ irritatingly use the contradictions of being pro multiculturalism and pro diversity while using accusations of racism etc to silence the debate.
            When really multiculturalism destroys unique cultures and we have all the diversity we ever needed within our own Caucasian genome thanks.
            For instances of the benefits of multiculturalism, did Britain need to import 900,000 Pakistanis to get some authentic curry.restaurants with the trade off being FGM, honor killings, acid attacks and child sex grooming gangs.
            Of course not, we could’ve downloaded all of their cultural benefits with admitting a single one of them physically

            The unspoken agreement is that they’re meant to have left all of their undesirable 3rd world cultural habits at the door when they arrived and us Whites are meant to put down all of our natural instincts of in-group protection so we can integrate into some new bland (non cohesive)monochromatic cultural/ethnic creation.
            This is especially true when you’re importing 100+ alien cultures with all their own intrinsic idiosyncrasies, with the lion’s share of the pressure to change going onto the hosts in having to drop all defenses and be accepting of anything and everything.

            The thing that gives me hope below the plutocrat (‘1%”er) level at least, is there is a point where a progressive becomes a conservative, when they’ve achieved just the right amount of change to suit themselves.But when they try to put up a barrier to conserve their own newly found personal definition of a utopia, the past progressive will fall victim to Godwin’s law for not continuing to be ever inclusive themselves.
            Surely change must be instigated for ‘the better’, for why would you want to change perfection for instances? For the sake of change alone? There are just too many ideas of what perfection is, for everyone to get what they want.
            This is where I agree with the idea floated here, that after the emptiness of materialism has been discovered, secularism and environmentalism have given way for egalitarianism (etc) to become our new equivalent of religious spiritual atonement.

            The problem is all of those ideas, although noble are flawed.
            As how can we be both simultaneously diverse and equal?
            All know is if as a people if you don’t draw a line in the sand to conserve something**, then what are you?
            You’re nothing.

            **I don’t mean ‘values’ such as being inclusive, that the 1%’er’s would have us adopt.

          • Image to accompany my reply ( a bit late).

    • Bantu_Education

      I up-voted that but then I realised that diverse people do not “integrate” – if they did there would not be problem, in theory at least. So what you should say, whilst maintaining the alliterative style is “immigration” or “infiltration”. Thus…

      Immigration without invitation equals “invasion”.

    • Boris McGuffin

      It would be better as:

      Integration without invitation is invasion.

  • HenryWWolff

    Tolerance is inversely proportional to distance. — Berserker

    • Puggg

      I know mine got the most up votes in the original contest, but that was mainly because I got it in early. I don’t think it was that clever either. It’s just taking an existing slogan and changing two words.

      That’s why I’m voting for Berserker, it’s my favorite of the 34 given here as options.

      • Who Me?

        Actually Puggg, the fact that you took an existing saying that everybody has heard for umpteen years and just tweaked it a little, and makes it fit so very well is the sheer genius of it. Things like that are the spice of language and culture, two of the main things we are trying to save. And as for clever–yes it was, very!

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Yeah, I thought it would rise to the top again. You never know.

          I was going to enter: Diversity is a civil rights violation, but I never got around to it.

      • Bantu_Education

        Yeah, thats the problem – I came to the contest 2 days late and made a dozen or more submissions but it was too late and also by then there were over 1400 posts – a lot of which veered off-topic – and who has the time to read through all that?

    • itdoesnotmatter

      Berserker’s gets my vote. Spot on and clever.

    • indoctrination_FAIL

      Oops–this is wrong, semantically, and I am wrong in that I commented positively before. I was not thinking clearly. It should always have read thus:

      Tolerance is directly proportional to distance. (distance from Our Precious Diversity!(tm), of course. Easy to “love” them when they’re in the next county, or the next continent.)

      –or else:

      Tolerance is inversely proportional to proximity. (as in living right next door to Our Precious Diversity!(tm), of course, tends to cleanse the mind of “tolerance”.)

      • JustJeff

        A very good point that Liberals love to ignore. My dad grew up in Kiev
        during the 60’s when blacks first began showing up in Ukraine. The
        Ukrainians, most of whom had never seen a black person, regarded them with curiosity. It also helped that in those days they were mainly university students.

      • As a (now embarrassed) former math major, I see you are correct. Nice work.

        The “American Renaissance Axiom” is: T∝D, not T∝1/D

        • indoctrination_FAIL

          Again, you had the right idea, and I salute you. I enjoy your posts. And I think you’ve hit on something there–The Axiom–I like it!

    • Guest

      As a former (now embarrassed) math major, I have to acknowledge that indoctrination_FAIL is correct:

      T = 1/D (this is only true for the mentally ill)

      [as D approaches zero, T approaches infinity]
      [as D approaches infinity, T approaches zero]

      Correction:
      Tolerance is directly proportional to distance.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        They can fix it.

      • indoctrination_FAIL

        Thanks! And enjoy your weekend.

    • Bantu_Education

      Tolerance of what though? Traffic noise? Nudist camps? I know what you mean but most people wouldn’t, therefore this does not get my vote.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        The word tolerance should be in italics or quotations to denote a PC term.

        Tolerance is directly proportional to distance. — Berserker
        ………………………………….or
        ‘Tolerance’ is directly proportional to distance. — Berserker

  • HenryWWolff

    Nobody asked if I wanted diversity. — Brian

    • bigone4u

      Angry white baby likes your slogan:

      • Tim_in_Indiana

        Great pic, but it would be better if the words weren’t covering his mouth…

    • indoctrination_FAIL

      Excellent.

  • HenryWWolff

    Like technology? Thank a white man. — Jesse James

  • HenryWWolff

    Melting pot is a pressure cooker. — Anna Tree

    • Garrett Brown

      Go Anna!

    • Anna Tree

      I preferred my “Race is an evolutionary construct” but this one was chosen, so I made a pic for it too 🙂

      • silviosilver

        “Race is an evolutionary construct,” that’s excellent. Alas, it’s only five words. But “evolutionary construct” has legs. I’m definitely adding that to the repertoire.

        • Anna Tree

          Thank you. It got much more votes in the original thread too.

          The number of words is not important I think, as long as it is less than seven. Especially if one of the word has many syllables like evolutionary, then less words is better.

    • Garrett Brown

      Go Anna!

  • HenryWWolff

    There is no unity in diversity. — Jack Whistler

  • HenryWWolff

    I dream of a white homeland. — Irishgirl

  • HenryWWolff

    White guilt is a social construct. — bigone4u

    • Anon

      Runner up for my vote. This one says a lot by presupposition. That white guilt is not normal. That racism is normal and rooted in reality. That the situation was artificially created with malice. Most important of all, it begs the question…by whom.
      Very important (and dangerous) things to have white people thinking about.

      • bigone4u

        When I wrote it I thought my slogan should be taught to every college student who has to listen to professors blabbing on and on about race being a social construct. I’d like to see it on a t-shirt, but I’d like to see all of these and more on t-shirts.

    • sbuffalonative

      An excellent retort to the ‘social construct’ theory.

  • HenryWWolff

    Race card is always a joker. — Mack0

  • HenryWWolff

    Three generations of imbeciles are enough. — Irishgirl

  • HenryWWolff

    Your race card has been declined. — Jack Burton

  • HenryWWolff

    Multiculturalism means nobody can ever relax. — Jesse James

  • HenryWWolff

    Wish we’d picked our own cotton. — Jane Johnson

    • Erasmus

      Because it’s funny, this one is memorable.

  • HenryWWolff

    Scream racist; watch me not care. — Ex Machina

  • HenryWWolff

    Don’t name your kid L’Genius Wisdom. — Irishgirl

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I’m sorry. This is still my favorite. <;-)

  • HenryWWolff

    Tell Channon Christian about white privilege. — SaggyGenes

    • Jesse James

      This was the crime that radicalized me, so I have to give it my vote.

      • Who Me?

        I was beginning to lean this way. The Christian-Newsome tragedy, and especially the national MSM’s non-reaction to it is what tipped me over the edge as well.

      • Erasmus

        Whenever anyone says Emmet Till or Trayvon Martin, I respond, “Channon Christian, Christopher Newsom, Christopher Lane, Kris Kime, Antonio Santiago, Fanny Gumbinger, Autumn Pasquale, Kimberly Kilgore, Delbert, Belton, Amber Long, Jonathon Foster…

        I am sick to death of people worrying about something that happened almost 60 years ago and not mourning for the people whose murders occurred on our watch.

        In the spirit of black history month, I urge everyone to make a list of innocent people killed by blacks so when you’re told about all the people killed by the Kan, you have a ready response. The mainstream media doesn’t remember these murder victims. We shouldn’t forget.

        (BTW more blacks are murdered by other blacks in just a few years than were ever killed by The Klan.)

        • Boris McGuffin

          Probably in just one year, i’d say.

    • Beloved Comrade

      Who?

      • AndrewInterrupted

        Cut&paste the two names into Google–and be stunned.

  • tlk244182

    thanks.

  • sbuffalonative

    The black community just issued a response to this post:

    • GeneticsareDestiny

      Here’s a more accurate example of what blacks would do if they heard these slogans.

      • Tolerance practice drill for the next AR Conference?

      • Erasmus

        That[s one reason our Founding Fathers had the good sense to give us the 2nd amendment.

      • 1stworlder

        Do you really think they could figure out what they mean? I snuck around the back of a Trayvon Martin rally behind a gimme dat mayor with a huge sign saying “11,106 blacks killed by blacks from when Gorge Z was attacked till a jury set him free and the left wont care till there is voter ID”, and it took a while before anyone read it. Once they figured it out I started walking off a baboon tired to take it from my hand I told him I wasn’t an 11yo girl.

    • Erasmus

      Paging Jane Goodall.

      • Boris McGuffin

        Hahaha, you be bad.

  • Emblematical

    1) Society is a racial construct.
    2) Reality is racist.

    • Erasmus

      The best came from a poster’s comment wasn’t even intended as a submission: “It’s not racist if it’s true.”

      • Emblematical

        I would take the opposite view.
        The truth is racist.
        Races exist and some are less competent/artistic/intelligent than others.

  • They were all good, and very many were excellent. We also had a lot of fun doing it. At times I was laughing so hard that my sides ached. Thank you, Mr. Wolff!

    • Jesse James

      Yes it was a lot of fun and good comradery, thanks from me also.

      • emiledurk16

        ditto

    • emiledurk16

      You’re right on the money, MCS…

  • NM156

    Personally, my favorite was “twerkin’ makes the baby come out”.

    • That was one that made me laugh until I wondered whether I had a baby coming out, because eventually it hurt a whole lot.

    • Saggin Gin

      Thank you !

  • HenryWWolff

    Thanks for pointing this out. I’ve made the correction.

  • emiledurk16

    I learned a good lesson, I think. I was originally pissed off at what I saw as “juvenility” but now realize, despite the seriousness of our cause, I gotta be, to a certain degree, not curmudgeon (can’t believe I spelled it right without “spell check”).
    I can’t believe the fools and cultural Marxists that are in my company. My friends who I grew up with, but are oblivious to, and very amenable to, propaganda.
    This “race card project” helped me to realize to stand for our cause in a different way. As a fervent member I, unwittingly, came off as the proverbial “angry white guy”. (My God, I hate that phrase.)
    Perhaps some of these excellent (hateful …LOL) phrases cane be “bumperstickered” like Forrest Gump’s “S _ _ T Happens” lol.
    Being the “angry white guy” plays right into our enemies hands, and I’m takin a different approach now…..sarcasm and ridicule….Nitche’s “laughing lions” if you will.
    Wouldn’t have had this epiphany except for that article.

    • Beloved Comrade

      The left has been ridiculing us for decades now.

      Ridicule is Man’s Most Potent Weapon
      –Saul Alinsky.

      For the Cultural Marxist, Alinsky’s book is a Bible and training manual, Hillary even wrote her thesis on her master and mentor, Alinsky. They don’t like it when the tables are turned on them. Just be careful: Cultural Marxists don’t like to be mocked and when they are they turn vengeful and violent.

  • Anna Tree

    Yes! Next competition, let’s do haikus! And then songs, cartoons and even a book!

    * Maybe a fictionalized version of Civil War Two: The Coming Breakup of America by T. Chittum ? We could even add the risk of international attacks…
    * Or maybe an anthology! Racialist poems, short stories or testimonies of how/why one becomes a race realist.

    • LovelyNordicHeidi

      Good ideas, Anna! Maybe it’ll be just as much fun as writing those race cards! 🙂

  • Three lines for Haiku, with a 5-7-5 syllable pattern, but one image and one emotion.

    • itdoesnotmatter

      A five-seven-five pattern for Haiku authenticity is not set in stone. One image and emotion, yes, preferable.
      We “monkey mind” Westerners tend to layer/muddle thought, emotions, sensations, which makes Haiku composition a good discipline.

    • dukem1

      I thought there had to be something about nature.

  • MikeofAges

    Only five words, but:

    One world is no world

  • silviosilver

    Henry Wolff has picked out some doozies. There is a lot of good stuff here. But at risk of being a killjoy, I think some people are missing the point of the exercise. The point is to be effective, not cute or clever. It’s not a slogan competition for its own sake (though it has that element, I concede). The point is to take what’s said here and apply it in real life.
    People unquestionably respond to slogans and talking points that reframe their reality, that cause them to see things in a way they’d never previously considered. Even if their response is one of panicked denial (anyone who’s been around the block a few times knows this response only too well), effective talking points nonetheless penetrate the psyche, and if they don’t produce immediate changes in attitude, they lay the groundwork for it.
    Talking points that are too crude or hard-hitting – regardless of how truthful – have the opposite effect. They confirm to the other party the rightness of ‘anti-racism,’ even if the individual in question had been toying with standing up for his race. Now, if a WN or pro-white regime were in power, then, well, sure, you could plaster billboards with the crudest or hardest-hitting of six-word slogans, and you’d meet with a great deal of public approval. But in the process of achieving power, you cannot. You have to take baby steps, no matter how painfully slow the process seems.
    Anyway, with that in mind, I timidly nominate my own earlier contribution for consideration: “Whites are people too, you know.” Pathetically apologetic to a WN, for sure. But amazingly effective in stopping “but..but.. that’s racist!” blather in its tracks when dealing with non-WNs (who are the vast majority at this point in time, let’s recall).

    • Then why not ridicule the opposition?

      • Oh, no; still six words! Aaaach!

      • silviosilver

        Sure, ridicule can be very effective – when it’s done right. Mere crudity, however, tends to make oneself sound ridiculous more so than the opposition.

        • Laika

          Agreed. The focus of a slogan or motto that represents us must focus on us and not antagonize our enemies. Who can deny that there is a White genocide going on in White and ONLY White countries. THAT must be where our focus is, on the White population, not “dissing” blacks or other non-Whites, that is counter-productive to our cause.

          • silviosilver

            Pardon my pedantry, but I’d amend that to “…and not on antagonizing our enemies.” That is what I think you meant, but they way it was worded sounded like “nothing we say can be allowed to antagonize enemies.” Enemies, of course, are going to feel antagonized no matter what you do, but as long as the focus isn’t on antagonizing them it’s all good.

          • Laika

            Thanks. Amended Your correction makes my point much clearer.

          • Beloved Comrade

            You have no idea how important it is NOT to antagonize our enemies. You are correct that the main goal should be to focus on the loss of the white population and homelands.

            Ridiculing blacks or other non-whites when looking for a slogan that represents white interests is completely counter productive. It only stirs up our enemies and lessens our cause. The focus should be on securing a future for us and our children which at this point is looking increasingly grim.

          • Beloved Comrade

            ….

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Point well taken. I made a much briefer comment along those lines below this entry yesterday. ‘Integration without invitation is an invasion. — GenX ANZAC’

      In the end you want to articulate a sound and honest message, not just make a tomato throwing contest out of it. But, it also tells me that we understand the nature of our enemy.

      The Left educates and indoctrinates their Low Information Voters (LIV) with posters and slogans (I call them bumper stickers) so the mockery factor here is the icing on the cake.

      That’s why I chose IrishGirl’s: ‘Don’t name your kid L’Genius Wisdom’. It’s mockery, advice, enough-is-enough, and a reminder to everyone which demographic is the gold standard. She covered a lot of ground with her slogan. She was saying “Go bury yourselves, we don’t care”.

      • Laika

        That slogan is clearly anti-black, something we must avoid.

        The focus must stay on Whites and White genocide, which is entire point. The purpose must be to reach White people, not antagonize blacks, Asians or Hispanics. Otherwise we’re not going to get anywhere in saving ourselves and our children.

        Anything but focus on White genocide deflects from the purpose of having a mantra in the first place: to cue in whites that we are facing the demise of our people and if we don’t stop it and stop it now there WILL be no white people left.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          Depending on your interpretation of ‘integration’, I guess. But, ‘perception-being-reality’ sometimes, I see your point.

          Forced integration at the defense contractor where I worked meant being forced to heed to many inferior groups. Inferior in that the quota Nazis were regularly displacing truly qualified people and the most qualified solely because those people were ‘entitled’ and nothing else. Those people have no business being there–and the product suffers everyday because of it.

          Since Obama, the usual suspects–plus the Feminists and LGBTQ types were being inserted in over their heads every where you looked. Soldiers have needlessly died on the battlefield from the dysfunction that PC quota behavior creates.

          The ‘Diversity Marxists’ have the blood of American soldiers on their hands.

          I find half of America intolerable.

    • Laika

      I choose your post to win the competition. But I like one of Bob Whitaker’s mantras much better: Diversity means White Genocide.

      Four words, no counter argument, hard hitting, succinct and clear. Neither cute, silly, childish nor funny and gets the point across immediately. In actuality, getting the White Genocide message out is deadly serious, and time is NOT on our side.

      Bob suggests we make up stickers and surreptitiously plaster them wherever we can. Already, the other mantra is going up on billboards and overpasses as seen on several articles here on AR.

      • silviosilver

        Yes, that one really puts the life-and-death nature of the issue front and center in a way that IQ studies and crime reports never can.

        My personal feeling about it is that’s ‘too arresting’ to have immediate effect. So much of the way society is set up today rests on the principle that white existence is unimportant therefore white extinction is no biggie that the slogan demands of people to reevaluate everything they’ve been doing and thinking for the last fifty or so years. That doesn’t come easy. But it’s still definitely worth putting that message out there, because slowly, slowly it will sink in. Pity it wasn’t done fifty years ago, but I guess laying the foundations of the Fourth Reich and all that took precedence.

        • Beloved Comrade

          We are at the point now where we need “arresting” slogans out there. I agree that the point isn’t on “waking up” those brainwashed whites who don’t believe in the White Genocide message and will make any excuse to rationalize and justify why whites should be wiped off the face of the earth. They are not worth saving.

          While we fret over IQ and crime stats, our enemies continue to flood our white homelands with high fertility, hostile, third world aliens. This is white genocide and must be stopped.

          Any mottos we get behind must NOT provoke our enemies because they have the power, we don’t, and will take action. England and Canada already have restrictive Hate Speech laws that will get one thrown in jail if the cultural marxists are offended. There are efforts now in the United States for the government to control Internet content and block “hate” speech.

          We must reach whites that are worth saving and who will join our effort to make a white homeland for ourselves and our children and defend it with their lives. The lessons of Oriana provide a good example of what can be done in an increasingly hostile, anti-white, darkening world. There IS little time left and we are going the way of whites in SA. There is nothing more important than securing a future for our posterity and antagonizing blacks, Mexicans, Asians, etc. will not help this cause but put a damper on it.

    • Kenner

      My ‘Diversity is the death of nations’ didn’t make the cut. [sniffle]

      • silviosilver

        Pity, it’s rather good. We are suffering saints…

        But don’t let that get you down. The value of sloganeering goes way beyond this competition. The best slogans are ones you can casually slip into conversation in a way that doesn’t give the impression that you’re out there sloganeering. “Diversity is the death of nations” is good, but it comes across a little too strong when dealing with “normal” people. “Nations” smacks too much of “nationalism,” and the average person today is likely to harbor at least a mild aversion to nationalism, and not uncommonly is fervently opposed, so to their ears the death of nations sounds like a good thing. (We can all be “people” or something.)

        On the other hand, these people probably do enjoy human distinctiveness – maybe they don’t get too close it, but they like knowing it exists – so if you were to amend your slogan to ” ‘Diversity’ is the death of diversity” [make sure you do the finger/air quotation marks on “Diversity,” and maybe stupidly bob your head a bit, in mockery of the average diversity-babbling nitwit] you’d get a much more sympathetic hearing. I’m not promising any instant conversions, but facts are facts, and even though diversity-boosters are notoriously resistant to factual persuasion, truth has a force all its own, so the uncontestable logical, empirical truth that Diversity dogma that forces people together causes them to abandon distinctiveness in the simple attempt to better get along* with others and in the long-term leads to cultural and racial sameness (polar opposite of diversity) can’t help but seep in at some level, or so I like to think. (You can ask them: how the hell does eliminating an entire branch of humankind – white people, in this case – increase diversity?)

        *Not that this is perfectly achieved, not by a long shot. Typically it results in no more than “tolerance”, aka indifference. Rather than getting heated up by the presence of racial/ethnic Others, people quiet down and focus in on their own personal business, resulting in a diminution of social focus for everybody. It’s “tolerance,” sure, but it’s mere tolerance. There’s certainly no social “juice” in it.

        Diversity Skit

        Dontarius: You and me ain’t much alike, nomesane?

        Cody: I know. Isn’t it cool? I really think we can become friends.

        Dontarius: Sheeyut, come to think of it, you an’ me ain’t nuttin’ alike.

        Cody: Gosh, I think you’re right. That means we can become best friends!

        • Mergatroyd

          Pity that White “nationalism” has come to be associated so much with Nazism – – but only for Whites. OK for blacks, Asians, Hispanics, Jews, etc. to be as nationalistic and even jingoistic as they’d like. But for us Whites? Any scintilla of “nationalism” instantly brands one a Nazis.

          It is THIS anti- White narrative that we must fight every day. If nationalism is OK for other races and ethnic groups then it is OK for us and if anyone disagrees, then ask WHY that idiot thinks White genocide, wiping out an entire race, is just fine.

          The facts and counter arguments are on our side and we must use them. As commented above, time is not on our side.

      • Mergatroyd

        Yours is an excellent 6-word motto. It puts the focus on “diversity as evil” and not on blacks, Hispanics or Asians.

  • blight14

    “Forsake the herds, embrace fourteen words”

  • Bantu_Education

    Berserker’s slogan derives from this quote by John Galsworthy, and no doubt others have made similar observations…..

    “Idealism increases in direct proportion to ones distance from the problem”

    From which further derives this (anon) quote…

    “the degree of sympathy whites feel for blacks is in inverse proportion to their experience with them”

    Now, when you have the complete quote it makes sense to everyone who reads it, even the politically non-astute. But by reducing it to a 6-word slogan “Tolerance is directly proportional to distance” it makes no sense at all except to us here. Tolerance of what??? So, I am sorry, but this does not make a good race-card slogan.

    My belated suggestion would be….

    “Tolerance of blacks increases with distance”. Or, “Sympathy for blacks (or Africans) increases with distance”.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    That’s the one.

  • Erasmus

    I’m going to guess you picked yourself up without Section-8 housing, EBT cards, Medicaid and EITC. I’m going to also guess that the average IQ of your family members is at least 100, instead of 85.

  • 123MariaOconnor123

    Race is a classification system used to categorize
    humas into large and distinct populations or groups by anatomical and genetic
    characteristics. However, those characteristics change with time. Today nature
    published an article: “A 7,000-year-old Mesolithic skeleton discovered at the
    La Braña-Arintero site in León, Spain, to retrieve a complete pre-agricultural
    European human genome. Analysis of this genome in the context of other ancient
    samples suggests the existence of a common ancient genomic signature across
    western and central Eurasia from the Upper Paleolithic to the Mesolithic. The
    La Braña individual carries ancestral alleles in several skin pigmentation
    genes, suggesting that the light skin of modern Europeans was not yet ubiquitous
    in Mesolithic times.” That is part of the article of NATURE Published online, 26 January
    2014. The man has dark skin like Africans and blue eyes like Scandinavians,
    and in fact his genes are more related to present day Scandinavians,
    than other present day Europeans. However, very dark skin and light eyes are not rare, Melanesians, have very dark skin and some of them have blue eyes and blond or red hair, but their hair genes are different from blond European hair. Melanesians carry both Neanderthal, Homo Sapiens and Denisovan genes

    • Laika

      And your point is??

      This is a thread about which 6 word motto is best for an American Renaissance competition.

      Are you anti-white?

    • LACounty

      Do you need directions?

    • FransSusan

      What’s your point/agenda?

  • Katherine McChesney

    Very interesting documentary. Thrilling actually. Was the reason that Bush failed to fund the program because he earmarked all the funding for his wars in Iraq and Afghanistan?

    • Laika

      Now NASA has become a Muslim outreach program. It is also under very heavy pressure to diversity with the EEOC down its throat.

      Anyone know if Stephen Hawking found that “great African rocket scientist” he was sure was hiding out on the veldt waiting to be discovered?

      • Max

        That is a fact. When people hear “NASA” they think of space travel. A large part of their program is pandering to wishful leftists throwing good money after bad, trying to make scientists of minority students above all. They have so-called Space Grants for all manner of completely unrelated science and “educational programs” and a large portion of those are basically promotional programs and materials for NASA itself.

        They also put a lot of eggs in the Ozone basket a few years ago and those ended up broken and now it is global warming/cooling/climate change/stasis or whatever the current “crisis” is. They have become like every other gummint program; trying to justify themselves by drafting behind the popular zeitgeist.

    • Carney3

      1. Referring to “his” wars is morally and factually wrong. ANY president would have led us to war against the Talbian regime after 9/11, and rightly so, or been impeached by an enraged public. As for Iraq, after 12 years of increasingly bizarre passivity in the face of Saddam’s brazen violations of the 1991 peace agreement and subsequent obligations, Bush finally put together a large coalition of nations, including 4 of the 6 largest European nations, plus Australia and others, to present Saddam with an ultimatum to cooperate or face war. Saddam refused and then also refused an offer for a comfortable Idi Amin style exile, thus choosing war.

      2. NASA’s budget did not go down under Bush or under Obama either. The left’s meme that we plundered NASA for war, or the right’s that they plundered NASA for the welfare state, is untrue. The problem is a failure to realize what we could do with its existing budget if allocated toward a realistic, practical plan rather than overly complex, lengthy, expensive plans.

      • Beloved Comrade

        The hijackers had Saudi passports so we invaded Iraq and went after the Taliban to “make America safer.” Makes perfect sense to me. I’m glad my tax dollars were used for this purpose, aren’t you?

        It’s been 12 years. Have “we” won the war in the Middle East yet? Guess we need to go into Libya, Syria, Afghanistan and other ME nations to “keep America safe.” I’m sure the mothers of dead American soldiers would agree that a war 9,000 miles from America is worth fighting for to keep the likes of Obama in power to carry out his anti-White agenda. White soldiers fighting and dying for their right to be discriminated against in their own country. All of it is becoming clearer now.

        Maybe the goal isn’t to keep America safe but make the ME safe for another country?

        • Carney3

          Yes, we should have done more to hold the Saudi regime accountable, most importantly smashing oil’s monopoly on transportation motive power by making methanol and ethanol compatibility a required standard feature on all new gasoline cars, thus collapsing the price of oil and ending the ability of OPEC regimes to fund jihadist propaganda, WMD efforts, and armed groups at war with us.

          However, al Qaeda was sheltered, harbored, and backed by the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, which refused to turn over its allies to us (unless first convicted by a farcical Islamist court certain to drag out the proceedings and exonerate the guilty). Again, any US President would and should have led us to war against the Taliban regime as a result. Do you dispute the justice of us taking action against the Taliban regime after 9/11?

          Your claim that fighting our mortal enemies is a way “to keep Obama in power” is demented. In the first place, you AGREE WITH OBAMA that we should have ordered our troops to flee the field in Iraq, knowingly turning it over to our foes. There is zero connection between the War on Terror and any discriminatory policies here in the USA, other than in your own demented imagination. I’d love to hear your attempt to explain that however, just for my own amusement.

          As for your last sentence, why not just come out and admit that you agree with the Islamists in hating Israel, and seeing the entire world through an insane, anti-Jewish funhouse mirror? It’s all about Israel, all the time, for you nuts isn’t in? Look, under the bed, behind the tree! A Zionist!

        • Max

          Agreed. I didn’t know where to begin with that one. I would add that most of our enemies now began by being enemies of Israel -and their American cheering section.

          • Anna Tree

            Muslims were our enemies long before our foreign policies or the creation of Israel: read how millions of whites have been enslaved in muslim countries or about the Barbary Wars:

            “In 1784, Barbary pirates of Morocco and Algiers captured three American merchant ships. After six months of negotiations, the United States signed a treaty with Morocco. A $60,000 ransom was paid and our hostages were released. Those captured by the Algerians didn’t fare so well; they were sold into slavery. As the Wikipedia Encyclopedia tells us, “Christian slaves were preferred… (They were) forced to do degrading work and treated harshly so letters would be written home to prompt the payment of a bigger ransom.”

            In 1786, Thomas Jefferson, then ambassador to France, and John Adams, then ambassador to Britain, met in London with Tripoli’s ambassador, Sidi Haji Abdul Rahman Adja. Jefferson and Adams asked by what right the Barbary States preyed upon
            American shipping, enslaving crews and passengers.

            Adja replied that the actions of the Islamic nations were “… founded on the Laws of their Prophet, that it was written in their Koran, that all nations who should not have acknowledged their authority were sinners, that it was their right and duty to make war upon them wherever they could be found, and to make slaves of all they could take as prisoners, and that every [Muslim] who should be slain in battle was sure to go to Paradise.”

            As the Founding Fathers debated the terms of the U.S. Constitution, the outrages of the Barbary pirates were never far from their minds.

            James Madison insisted that only a strong union could guard America’s maritime capacity from “the rapacious demands of pirates and barbarians.”

            While on the opposite side of the issue, John Adams
            argued that it was far better to pay the tribute… that it was cheaper than the loss of trade, and that to fight a war against the pirates of Islam would be “too rugged for our people to bear.” He said, “We ought not to fight them at all unless we determine to fight them forever.”

            The level of tribute demanded began to reach ten percent of the American national budget… while from the dungeons of Algiers and Tripoli came appalling reports of the mistreatment of captured men and women. Gradually… public opinion began to harden in favor of war.”

            Jefferson took a shortcut through this (congressional) thicket in
            1801 and sent the Navy to North Africa on patrol… with instructions to enforce existing treaties and to punish infractions of them. He did not inform Congress of his authorization of this mission until the fleet was too far away to recall.”

            And when the Pasha of Tripoli, Yusuf Karamanli, declared war on the United States in May 1801, our Navy, crippling one of the Pasha’s most important ships, heavily bombarded the port city of Tripoli. But even this defeat was insufficient to deter the Muslims. Finally, in February 1802, Congress consented to a permanent naval presence in the Mediterranean, which equated to a declaration of war.

            In the decade that followed, the Barbary States attempted to exploit Anglo-American hostilities, both before and during the War of 1812. However, in 1814, President James Madison asked
            Congress for permission to send a naval force to “pacify” the Algerians, and the Algerians soon found their harbor
            filled with heavily armed American ships.

            Madison said, “It is a settled policy of America, that as peace is better than war, war is better than tribute. The United States, while (we) wish for war with no nation, will buy peace with none.””

        • Anna Tree

          I don’t think that what we did in the Middle East has made Israel safer, on the contrary! We have overthrown every secular, albeit dictatorial, government and replaced them with islamic dictatorial regimes!
          All what we did was working (dying and paying) for Saudia Arabia who is against secularism and/or shia islam.

  • negrolocaust

    Darion Marcus Aguilar KiLLS!! 2 WHITES AT MD MALL..!!!!!

  • Saggin Gin

    Mr. Taylor is an awesome guy.

  • Lagerstrom

    Whites are tired of this crap!

  • Beloved Comrade

    Who are they? I don’t recognize a single one of them and I read the newspapers daily and listen to the news on TV.

  • Beloved Comrade

    I think I’ll wear one to my workplace….wait, on second thought, I need my job.

  • Beloved Comrade

    This should be the winner. You’ve tossed out a question that puts the cultural Marxists and, especially clueless whites on the spot. Let THEM answer to the “joys of diversity” and don’t let them divert, toss out red herrings, or justify diversity.

    Ask repeatedly: How has diversity improved your life?

    Then ask for specific, concrete examples. Enjoying “ethnic restaurants” is not an answer is the owners get to bring over 90 of his relatives to “enjoy” American-style welfare.

  • Jesse James

    Not really hard to prove, look at any of the tens of thousands of incidents of black violence against whites that occur in any given year and read the narrative. Ask yourself is there any point during which the victim could have changed events by being more racially aware. The perfect example to me was the murder of Eugenia “Jeanne” Calle in Atlanta who foolishly was more afraid of appearing racist than she was concerned for her own safety. A black security guard tried to dissuade her from showing her condo to a man who from his appearance and manner was extremely unlikely to be a real prospective buyer . This was the recently retired cancer researcher’s last conversation before being murdered by a black thug:

    “Would you like for me to escort him up?” the guard asked Calle, according to Meadows.

    “No, it’ll be fine,” Calle responded. “I don’t want him to think that we don’t trust him.’ “

  • Erasmus

    Thank you.

  • Funruffian

    This is what is so demented and insane about the Diversity Movement: To begin with, Non-Whites resent White Europeans for colonizing their lands. What we brought was society, order, religion, technology, law and civilization. It wasn’t perfect, but it constituted an establishment.
    Now, 500 years after Columbus, Vespucci, The Atlantic Slave trade, etc. We are being told that Diversity is imperative and that Multiculturalism is essential for progress.
    Wait a minute! I thought you guys felt that the White man brought chaos and disaster to your native lands. Why the change of heart? Are you guys mental? You guys contradict yourselves.
    We Whites initiated diversity 500 years ago. We can argue ad infinitum about what really happened, the injustices from both sides, barbarism, retaliation, warfare, etc. But don’t be so disingenuous as to imply that we are bigots when in reality we were the ones who set diversity in motion. And if you think we stole your society and technology then why do you follow us wherever we go and demand we give everything to you?
    We know the real reason why Diversity proponents want Diversity. There is money involved like free housing, free healthcare, AA jobs, free education and a list of other privileges all at the expense of Middle class taxpayers.

  • Max

    “Only white nations must promote diversity.”

    Okay, I’m late to the party.

  • Wangchuck

    What do Asians imitate? this slogan is retarded, it’s like you boys made up something bad about asian people just to balance out your slogan, when there really is nothing whatsoever to back up the claim that Asians ‘imitate’.

    Retarded slogan, retarded organization, retarded everything.

    • DudeWheresMyCountry?

      Asians want round eye characteristics, they deep down can’t stand them Asian eyes.

    • Can you specify exactly what is “retarded”, or are you just having a “black” day?

    • EuroHero

      And you just completely ignored all the facts that WERE just listed right above! At the same time you didn’t offer any facts of your own. Another anti-white fail.

  • Wangchuck

    It seriously just comes off as buttmad towards Asians. Asians have superior IQ, superior civilizations, and right now produce more HARD scientific industrial output than America does, easily (unless you think male-pattern baldness and ‘weight loss miracle pills’ actually count as ‘science’).

    Just admit it, ‘Asians imitate’ was put there so whoever made that image wouldn’t suffer an ego breakdown when he realized Asians have relatively as few flaws as white people, thus eliminating the notion that whites are somehow a ‘chosen’ people, an utterly Jewish concept.

    (Finally, does anyone realize the irony of claiming ‘Asians imitate’ when this Henry Wolfenstein is telling it’s readers to make a ‘Haiku’?)

    • Bantu_Education

      Asians do not have “superior IQ” although Sinids may be a few points above the European average. And “average” is the operative word as they are very closely grouped around it, as are females. From about IQ 115 up, and almost certainly above 120, Europids dominate. This is why there are/have been very few Asian (and female) geniuses, based on Nobel Prizes the accepted benchmark of genius, unless you are going to allege that the Nobels are “racist”? And how many chess grandmasters does Asia have, compared to Europids?

      As for your “superior civilisations” – Asia has nothing to compare with European cultural and historical legacy. Asian classical music cannot possibly be compared with the complexity and sophistication of European, as most cultured Asians admit, if only inferentially, by their enthusiasm for western classical music. Same goes for Literature, Painting – I know China and Japan have their own artistic traditions – and due deference has to given to porcelain – but in general they cannot compare in scope and complexity with European arts.

      And where are all your ancient cities, great monuments, great libraries? Asia has nothing that compares with Greek, Roman, and Byzantine architecture or our medieval castles and cathedrals, etc. In fact its very hard to find any building more than 100 years old in China, Korea, Japan, etc., and of those which are, they are usually heavily restored or recently rebuilt temples.

      Exploration – why did Asians not map and explore the world? Scientific curiosity is a sign of high intellect, but Asians lack a strong sense of adventure and curiosity. How many Asian back-packers does one see “off the beaten track”? Virtually none..! Asians are simply not very interested in gaining knowledge for the sake of knowledge. The kind of knowledge Asians like is mostly of the “will this increase my salary”? type. Even in western-influenced places like HK and Singapore this can be observed in any bookshop.

      I could go like this all night.

    • DudeWheresMyCountry?

      And yet you won’t live in an Asian country. You will only live in a Western country. Be gone. It isn’t about being chosen, it is about having a nation without non-Western people. Why are you so mad that we seek a future without you? Consider that you are the one suffering a complex. If you or a Japanese or Cambodian told me he or she wanted a future without me or my kind I would say, I understand… see ya! You instead get mad. You will be happier not attempting such futile totalitarianism.

  • Wangchuck

    “Last Friday, inspired by a series by National Public Radio called the “Race Card Project,” we invited readers to submit HAIKU-LIKE six-word statements about race”

    Asians create, Whites imitate

  • Wangchuck

    I notice that no one can tell me exactly what it is that Asians imitate.

    • Jack Whistler

      Let’s see….how about electronics projects developed by white companies such as Siemens, Westinghouse, and others. (Specifically those pertaining to the electrical grid).
      How about aircraft technology which asians have bent over backward to imitate, often going to more lengths to steal and copy the technology than to develop their own.
      How about firearms designs such as the AK-47 and its progeny, Model-1887, and so many more it would be pointless to try to name them all.
      How about computer technology which originated in the West and which asians produce and tweak but fail on every count to lead; in terms of new developments providing evolutionary but never revolutionary improvements.

      How about modern civilization itself since the only nations of Asians which are highly civilized are those which have been colonized or maintain regular trade and relations with white nations while those which do not / have not still live in mud hutts and despite all their intelligence live out existences barely (if at all) more sophisticated than those of Afican tribesmen.

      Would you like me to go on?

      • Wangchuck

        Japan and Thailand has never been colonized in their history, and Korea and Taiwan were colonized by Japan. otherwise, your cute rant just contains a bunch of rambling disconnected falsities, and some random tangent about gunpowder, and a random “shout-out” to African tribesmen..

        See why I’d have trouble responding to such an incoherent mess?

        Give me something I can actually respond to.

        • Jack Whistler

          Not my fault if you are not smart enough to understand what was told to you.

          Japan carries on extensive trade and has extensive relations with the West. Japan was an extremely primitive nation until it ended its period of isolation and began to trade with the nations of Europe for their technology; or did you focus just on the line about colonization and ignore the rest to try to protect your narrative?

          Nothing I said is false and your complete lack of attempts to actually refute what I said proves you have nothing to say and is tacit admission of my points.

          I’m going to assume you are not fluent in English or you would understand the bit about African-Tribesmen having roughly equivalent living to those Asians who have not been heavily influenced by the West, mud-huts and all.

          • Wangchuck

            For one, you inferred that Japan was colonized, which it wasn’t. And it was not an ‘extremely primative nation’–a simple look at the Feudalistic era architecture, art or sciences (especially in metallurgy) would prove you completely without merit in your argument.

            Most of the rest of your ‘facts’ fail on a similar pattern. I can pick them apart each by each if I wish, but alas would rather not do such a boring time consuming endeavor.

          • Jack Whistler

            I never inferred that Japan was colonized, your reading comprehension needs a lot of work. I said “…the only nations of Asians which are highly civilized are those which
            have been colonized or maintain regular trade and relations with white nations”

            Would you like me to provide you with a Dictionary so that you understand the definition of the word “or”?

            I notice you try to assert comments about the medieval period yet you do not actually offer anything of substance and add no merit to your argument. It shows again that all you can do is down vote my post and make some pithy comments without actually bearing any substance.

          • Wangchuck

            Regardless of the ‘Or’ it still isn’t a fact. Japan before contact with the Netherlands and Portuguese was still a very advanced society on par with Europe, and the fact that Tokyo was the biggest city in the world at the time proves this, as massive infrastructural planning isn’t easy in any age, let alone the Middle Ages. Japan has at least a thousand and five hundred years of recorded history, well-developed understanding of science and mathematics, and other such factors. The same could be said for China until the Qing Dynasty (aka the Barbarian Dynasty).

            See, this is what I mean. your facts just don’t stand straight up. Learn some history, bro.

          • Jack Whistler

            That made me laugh.
            Who did Japanese get steam engines, true firearms, and dozens of other things I could list from? From trade with the Europeans. The fact the city of Tokyo was large proves nothing, Tenoteitland in South America was a huge city, would you say the Aztecs were advanced?

            And yes China and Japan have histories thousands of years old and such advanced understanding of science that they harnessed electricity, invented manned flight, invented computers, invented modern medicine…oh wait…that was whites.

          • Wangchuck

            Yes, the Aztecs were extremely advanced in some ways (as were the Mayans–speaking of which, why no mention of them here? perhaps maybe “Mayans…liter-ate”?), while they were extremely prehistoric in others. But this is nothing to do with Japan, which had technology on par with Europe for most of it’s history until the 1800s…then the Meiji restoration came, and Japan caught up with Europe again, even defeating Russia in 1909 in a major war.

            Just stop. You’re making an ass of yourself.

          • Jack Whistler

            Yes Japan defeated Russia using technology for dreadnoughts armed with cordite powered guns which they got from the Europeans.
            Your bringing up the Meiji restoration is you again admitting tacit defeat without realizing it since you have to admit that it took effort on Japan’s part to actually catch up with the Europeans.

            I’m not going to stop just because you are losing. Anyone who reads our comments is welcome to judge which one of us is coming off as actually knowing what they are talking about. (Hint: Its not you)

          • Wangchuck

            Dude, you just said the Aztecs lived in South America lol, if this is ‘winning’, then I don’t want to be a winner

          • Jack Whistler

            Oh woes is me I made a type-o, Oh no, the horror of it all

            And again, all you can do is focus on a slight mistake I made, rather than actually refute anything I said about how dependent Asians have been on Whites for their grasp of modern civilization.

          • Wangchuck

            Saying the Japanese were primitive until European contact is not a typo. Saying that only Asian civilizations that were colonized by whites have civilization or else were ‘primitive’ (implying no written literacy) is not a typo. Saying the Aztecs lived in South America is NOT a typo. ‘Tenochtitlann’ or Ttenochtitlan’ is a typo, Teinotateland is not a typo, Teinotateland is someone who doesn’t study history and watches History Channel all day.

          • Jack Whistler

            Now I really am starting to think you are stupid.
            All I asserted was that describing the azetcs being in South America rather than the Southern Regions of North America was a type-o and has nothing to do with the fact the Japanese had to get advanced technology from the Europeans. (I did not want to assume that you knew exactly where I was talking about since your grasp of both History and English seem to be lacking.)

            Your entire argument is nothing but someone who can do nothing but go “Waaah, I can’t win”. You asked a question, I answered it and you have yet to make even an assertion that does anything but reek of ignorance and tacit defeat.

            You didn’t even bother to try to refute the fact the the Meiji restoration was an infusion of European technology or that victory in the Russo-Japanese war was made possible with European technology.

            I’d be happy to have a discussion with you, but you’re going to need to get at least a basic grasp on what you are talking about before that becomes possible.

          • DudeWheresMyCountry?

            Wangchuck 101: split hairs about a typo when your arguments have been crushed!

          • Jack Whistler

            I said they are in Southern North America present day Mexico and made an order of words error in my original post, nothing more. I am glad you don’t want to win because thus far you are doing a piss-poor job of it.

          • Garrett Brown

            You have a severe problem in reading comprehension.

          • Guest

            He said, “Southern N. America”. Slow down when you read.

          • Bantu_Education

            Battle of Tsushima 1905 – The Japanese flagship (and no doubt other ships in their fleet) were built in Britain. The designs were later copied, and yes – even improved..!

          • I can intervene here.

            Japan had four battleships present at Tsushima in 1905, and all had been built in Britain: Mikasa, Asahi, Shikishima and Fuji. Hatsuse and Yashima had already been sunk on Russian mines by then.

            Japan also had eight armored cruisers which formed a somewhat successful “fast wing” of their battle fleet: Asama, Tokiwa, Idzumo and Iwate were all built in Britain. Yakumo was built in Germany and Adzuma in France. Nisshin and Kasuga were both built in Italy for Argentina, but purchased at the last minute by Japan.

          • benvad

            Even their school uniforms are not their own. The boys uniforms are copies of Prussian military cadets, the trains and ships were built in Britain. Hell even the whole layout
            of the railway was designed by British engineers. Most of the universities and basic structure was opened and operated by Catholic, Anglican & Lutheran churches.

            Go to japan and see it for yourself.

          • Tarczan

            The pyramids they built for human sacrifice were pretty advanced.
            They knew how to build them at the correct angle and height so the heads and bodies would make it to the bottom.

          • Jack Whistler

            What you really mean is you can’t, since you can’t pick apart the truth no matter how much you wish to.

          • benvad

            I live in Japan, they’d be the first ones to tell you the Germans & English brought modernity to them. All of this was directed by the Emperor Meiji to bring his country into the modern age.

            They couldn’t do it by themselves, that’s a fact.

          • Alexandra1973

            In sixth-grade social studies (back in 1984-85 so it’s been a while), I remember reading something about the “Great World Speedup,” where Japan and other Asian countries caught up in technology.

            Who got them caught up?

          • AndrewInterrupted

            The Mitsubishi Zero design was almost an exact replica of the American A-6 Texan, for example.

            The thing I’ve learned from old examples of ‘Diversity’ like this Japan discussion, and recent examples of ‘Diversity’ that I witnessed in the federal workplace, is that these people will never acknowledge the gifts they received from the European Americans.

            They will be lying, thieving ingrates to the end. I hope to live long enough to no longer share the same flag as them.

          • Garrett Brown

            Japan was essentially colonized by America after Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was “westernized”. Go on a forum and befriend a Japanese citizen then ask them on Skype why Japan looks so drastically different today than what its’ appearance was before WW2.

            Did a mass number of whites actually move to Japan and assimilate? No. Did we influence pretty much every aspect in how they run their country now? Yes.

          • Wangchuck

            Face it pal, ‘Asians imitate’ is just a stupid rhyming scheme to fit the agenda of this group, which is all about insecurity in the face of other races, for god knows what reason, considering Europeans have so much to be proud about.

            If Europeans talked more about the problems facing us today (demographics, hate crimes, etc.) instead of ‘asians imitate’ and other garbage, wouldn’t we be all the more better off?

          • Jack Whistler

            Don’t get me wrong I like Asians but you asked what Asians imitate and I told you. Don’t get butthurt that there is truth in it. History has shown us many times that Asians are outstanding at improving upon existing science and technologies, but that it is Whites who are outstanding at creating new science and technology where it did not exist before.

            And if you actually spent any real time on this website you would know that it focuses a great deal on what you mentioned, and “asians imitating’ is not what one would call a regular topic of discussion.

          • Wangchuck

            But you didn’t give me any evidence at all…

          • benvad

            You’re frustrated because you know it’s absolutely true. Your envy & pride clearly mark you as a korean. Isn’t it aggravating to you to know that you’d be living in the biggest concentration camp (aka North Korea), if it hadn’t been for white men. We saved you from your own savage relatives. Ironic & pathetic, isn’t it?

    • DudeWheresMyCountry?

      Western science. Western (modern) Civilization. Everything that matters.

      • WR_the_realist

        Asians did have the good sense and the mental capacity to learn about Western science and technology. But they made many improvements and advances of their own. If you’re going to say that Asians only imitate whites then I could as well say that the Nordics just imitate the Mediterraneans because they adopted the axiomatic method from the Greeks and the alphabet and a lot of engineering from the Romans.

        • DudeWheresMyCountry?

          I didn’t say they only imitate. And Nordic people and Greeks of antiquity are very close on the genetic tree of humanity. Bottom line, without the emergence of the Western scientific method in The Orient the entire East Asian world would be on endless loop mode circa 1000 AD.

    • Jack Burton

      What don’t they imitate. Their technology, legal and economic systems, and their pop culture are total imitations of the White West.

      • Guest

        pop culture also know as “soft rock” came from blk rock musical’s

        • Jack Burton

          No, if that were true why didn’t black Africans ever invent any of the music previously.

          They certainly influenced the development of rock and pop music, but they are not the sole progenitors, it was a cultural fusion.

    • clemensb

      Ever seen a Chinese knock off…of anything? Watches, DVDs, baby formula, medicine?

  • Carney3

    You’re correct that the Southern border is a problem. I never said our policies as a whole were coherent or well thought out. Still, the reality is that we have not yet suffered from a plague of terror coming from Muslims crossing the border. And there were and are lots of fanatics in the AfPak border region that mean us deadly harm.

  • fizmath

    I am sorry that I missed out on this contest. My six words are ” Humans are tribal, get over it”.

  • Epiminondas

    Oppose diversity. Because civilization is a terrible thing to waste.

  • NoMosqueHere

    “Proximity to diversity cures white guilt” by Jane Johnson should be true, but it is not in all instances. Take New York City, please. Highly educated prosperous whites rub shoulders with blacks on the streets and subways, but they still vote for and otherwise empathize with black thugs and radicals and their allies.

    I’m sorry, but I still prefer my submissions: “Whites create, Asians imitate, blacks fornicate” — even though it is highly derivative of the winning card; and “Let’s call a spade a spade.” I want a recount! LOL.

    • Garrett Brown

      Rich whites don’t take the subway. They also go home to a suburb with fences, therefor they are never around blacks except maybe in a work environment.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        In NYC, in neither the neighborhood–nor the work environment. NYC is full of cloistered, ‘trust find babies’, to coin an Ann Coulter phrase.

        NYC people personify the “Can’t see it from my house” crowd. And they’ve had their own type of Jim Crow laws (stop & frisk) in place since Guiliani. It’s a concrete plantation.

        Hollywood, too.

        • Garrett Brown

          “Diversity for thee, but not for me!”

    • MekongDelta69

      First – Congratulations to ‘PvtCharlieSlate.’

      Second – I’m sorry Mosque, but your comments sounds like you’re being a sore loser. I thought I had a decent entry, but mine didn’t even make the cut. That’s life.
      You need to express yourself more like Peyton Manning. As I said a few days ago, he’s the epitome of class.

      Third – I’ve taken subways for decades (even back when actual normal human beings were the inhabitants), and I can assure you with 99.9% certainty, that no rich whites have ever rubbed shoulders with the rest of us on that MTA ‘Paradise.’

      Fourth – “We hope all our readers have enjoyed this as much as we have.

      We did Henry – and we hope you do it again sometime reasonably soon.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      I guess I will stray from the thumb pack. Yes, that one was evolving throughout the contest. That winning entry should have been given the team effort award.

      Be gentle with your thumbs, please. I’m just the piano player…<:-(

  • EuroHero

    Oh look a happy libtard gloating because it thinks it has scientific evidence that some how damages the obvious concept of race as a biological grouping. If this article is accurate then all it means that there are a few alleles that mutated in a very small percentage of the population in question. Also say if it is true that whites weren’t a common population 7,000 years ago so what? Did you know that actually hurts your argument? In case you idiots haven’t noticed the trend in primate evolution from tetrapeds to bipeds, is that with each successive evolutionary event the resulting species has greater brain mass and intelligence. If whites were the last to evolve; then all that does is provide a converging line of evidence that whites are the smartest and most evolved race. I don’t know about you anti-white libtards,…you’re desperately grasping for anything that looks like it will perpetuate your religion of human equality, but every time you fail and look so incredibly stupid afterwards. Perhaps that’s why you are losing people? I was one of them that made that conversion from libtardism to race realism. You are way out of your league here.

  • Congrats to Pvt. Charlie Slate, runners up, and all contributors. Well played by all–and excellent idea, Mr. Wolff. Now, to get these over to NPR…

  • WR_the_realist

    Surely if Toyota is now bigger than GM then the Japanese must have done more than merely imitate GM — they must have made innovations and advances of their own to grab all that market share.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      They continued to copy, steal, and purchase American innovations. That is what China has been doing all along. They are thieves and replicators.

      • WR_the_realist

        Actually, after getting bloodied by Japanese competition, American car manufacturers carefully reverse engineered the Japanese cars to improve their own cars.

        • AndrewInterrupted

          I attribute that to the overall decline of America. That’s less a rebuttal and more like proof of the damage done to our country.

          Asian countries don’t hobble themselves with Diversity dumb-down-drills. That’s why so many nations caught up with our weapon systems. The American federal contractors are run by corrupt morons.

          Had the pre-1965 conditions remained, the Asians would still be eating sh*t and barking at the moon.

          • WR_the_realist

            If Japanese don’t hobble themselves with diversity nonsense, isn’t that in itself evidence of superior intelligence? There’s no shortage of cronyism in Japan, but if the American auto industry had worse problems with cronyism and nepotism, again, what does that say about the relative abilities of whites vs. Asians?

          • AndrewInterrupted

            No, it’s an example of lesser evolved peoples exploiting our highly evolved frontal lobes and our capacity for guilt and conscience. Our strength is our weakness. That’s why we need to isolate ourselves from these sociopathic jackals.

            I’ve had this same debate with Rabbi Engelman. He equates betrayals like that of baby Zuckerbird as evidence of a high IQ. They are two different things. But, people with lesser evolved brains have no choice but to conflate the two.

          • WR_the_realist

            I am unaware of the slightest scientific evidence that whites have more highly evolved frontal lobes than Japanese do. Your arguments all have the nature of special pleading. If a black owned and run business gets beaten by a white owned and run business you certainly wouldn’t be making all those lame excuses for the black business.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            I posted a couple links at the Neanderthal thread. There is a BBC one that is fairly recent and another one that gets less updating, but quotes a lot of suppressed research. Don’t go looking for this information at state television (PBS).

          • WR_the_realist

            BBC is state television, of the British variety (and every bit as politically correct as PBS). Anyhow, I must have missed the relevant post in quick scan of the Neanderthal thread because I didn’t see any references to studies comparing Northeast Asian brains and European brains.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Actually it was a link to The Independent. I don’t know the leanings of Brit agencies. I’m guessing they’re to the right of BBC.

          • WR_the_realist

            The link to the Independent was for an interesting article about a newly discovered part of the brain that checks to see if you’ve made a mistake and may create the conscience that gives us morality.

            Nothing in the article suggested that this region is more developed in Europeans than in Asians.

          • AndrewInterrupted

            Actually the second link does. Do I need to keep spoon feeding you?

          • WR_the_realist

            Frankly I didn’t mention the second link because it’s embarrassing, one of those odd corners of the web best passed over in silence.

            A lot of dubious assertions were made about the proportion of Neanderthal genes in Jews and non-Jews, and as far as I can tell those assertions are not made by anyone with relevant academic credentials. In any case, there was nothing whatsoever about differences in brains between Europeans and Northeast Asians, which is the subject of this thread.

  • Jack Burton

    No, no, it’s working perfectly, just the way they wanted it to. The left didn’t have good intentions, don’t be a fool.

  • Jack Burton

    That’s correct, under our current political system blacks punching innocent White people is a “game,” but a single punch from a White against a black is a “hate crime.”

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Yes, here is an excerpt from that 2009 piece:

    ‘…..Interestingly, the Chinese were great compilers of what we would call encyclopaedias. They delighted in recording what was already known or thought, but had little interest in investigating what was not known or might be thought….’

    Those are the Asians I know. All monkey see, monkey do.

  • Tarczan

    Jeeez, and I thought “why you be ******* with me?” was so eloquent. Back to the drawing board.

  • negrolocaust

    my child ain’t did NUFFINS

    • Carney3

      Shooting suspect: honor student, “troubled” past
      Local youths assault woman: motive “unclear”

  • jeffaral

    We say: Stop immigration, start repatriation.

  • Firestarter

    Zeus! Strike them down with lightning!

  • The Final Solution

    The white man marches on!

  • Saggin Gin

    Present race card get KFC discount.

  • Saggin Gin

    EBT gets the KFC for free

  • Tarczan

    Here is a bumper sticker one- White Privilege-It’s Genetic.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    The Japanese heavily subsidized their auto industry. They also do a very good job hiding their factory defects. There was a massive stealth recall on Toyota trucks, for example. Trucks that were 4 and 8 years old (roughly) were being bought back by Toyota because the vehicles were rotting to the ground. They bought back thousands of them.

  • Bantu_Education

    “whites innovate….” has a slightly better ring to it than “whites create”

  • Bantu_Education

    I don’t hate blacks, I love civilisation (7 words)
    Hate blacks? No, I love civilisation. (qualifies, but loses something)