Holder Sees ‘Racial Animus’ in Opposition

Justin Sink, The Hill, July 13, 2014

Attorney General Eric Holder said Sunday he and President Obama have been targets of “a racial animus” by some of the administration’s political opponents.

“There’s a certain level of vehemence, it seems to me, that’s directed at me [and] directed at the president,” Holder told ABC. “You know, people talking about taking their country back. . . . There’s a certain racial component to this for some people. I don’t think this is the thing that is a main driver, but for some there’s a racial animus.”

Holder said the nation is in “a fundamentally better place than we were 50 years ago.”

“We’ve made lots of progress,” he said. “I sit here as the first African-American attorney general, serving the first African-American president of the United States. And that has to show that we have made a great deal of progress.

“But there’s still more we have to travel along this road so we get to the place that is consistent with our founding ideals,” he said.

He also stood by his controversial comments made during Obama’s first year in office, in which he said the U.S. was a “nation of cowards” when it comes to race.

“I wouldn’t walk away from that speech,” Holder said. “I think we are still a nation that is too afraid to confront racial issues,” rarely engaging “one another across the color line [to] talk about racial issues.”

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  • MekongDelta69

    The MOST comments I’ve ever seen about an article on the Net in 20 years.

    More and more ‘regular’ people are SICK of your racism, Eric Hold ‘Em Up.

    • Garrett Brown

      Gumpchun needs to stop. There are so many people shi**ing on him It’s a wonder why he hasn’t offed himself. But sure enough, every single one of his responses to the truth is “DAS RACIS!”

    • propagandaoftruth

      Will this guy never shut up about this and just debate Jared Taylor in a real debate? Not a shucking and jiving beat poetry contest?

      Heck, if he’s afraid of JT, I’ll debate that high yaller coward. I’ll discuss him a new one, without yelling, or rapping, or mumbling. I got that COWARD’S discussion any time he wants it.

      • Since Holder is such a dimwit that thinks repeatedly calling people “cowards” is a way to get them to agree with him, there is no way he would consider debating Mr. Taylor.

        • Matt Turner

          But can we hope?

          • BillMillerTime

            I hope for justice. I hope that one day the traitors will be brought before a lawfully-convened tribunal and held to account for their crimes.

  • Holder sees the world as anti-black and whites as the cause of black dysfunction. He plays the race card all the time. It’s all he knows. He and his ilk are the cowards because they won’t tell the truth about the black race. Courageous white men like Anthony of Opie and Anthony fame tell the truth and get fired. Want to talk about race? Let’s start with black IQ, black crime rates, etc. Won’t go there, Mr. Holder. Then shut up!

    • Good point! I’m not sure if Eric “My People” Holder is psychologically projecting onto whites his own personal racism, but he is surely the “coward” for exactly the reasons you noted. It’s the same with almost all blacks who claim they want a “conversation” on racism, but what they really want is for whites to grovel and say how evil they are.

      By the way, I always thought the man was insanely arrogant to have publicly stated at the beginning of Obama’s first term that America was a “nation of cowards”! That statement alone was his declaration of what he would really focus on throughout his time as Attorney General – namely, protecting blacks and demonizing whites. Hell, the man doesn’t even try to conceal his overt bias anymore. He’s an ‘enemy within,’ a ‘clear and present danger’ to the health of this once great nation.

      • James Gonzalez

        As long as people believe in the ‘white man’s burden’, that blacks are children not responsible for their actions, then peole like this are going to have a lot of power.

        • ElComadreja

          They’re not my burden and they are responsible for their actions. Low IQ and non-existent impulse control is no excuse.

    • me

      Stupid isn’t a ‘race’, even if it is a predominate feature of the Negro races.

      • ElComadreja

        I don’t even know if they’re a “race”. They’re humanoid but not fully human.

        • 4321realist

          The missing link??????

          • ElComadreja

            We probably share a common ancestor but we didn’t evolve from them. In any case we evolved and they didn’t.

  • TruthBeTold

    “…but for some there’s a racial animus,” say Attorney General Eric “MY PEOPLE” Holder.

    • Tarczan

      When they pull out the white version of kryptonite you know the heat must be getting to him and the one,

      • TruthBeTold

        That was my thought too.

        Desperate claims for a desperate administration.

  • Maximo Partagas

    “Show me a white face” — Organized Blackness 101 (When Black Failure is Evident, Shout ‘Racist’)

  • Frank_DeScushin

    Since nearly all black leaders view life as black vs. white they wrongly assume that most whites view the world the same way.

    Quite frankly, though, I wish that Holder was correct and more white people did have racial animosity toward Obama who, in his statements and actions clearly favors blacks over whites.

    • Nonhumans

      He favors any non-whites over whites…except maybe Asians.

      • 4321realist

        He does as ALL the black leaders do, and the utterly love to pretend they’re just one group of many within “people of color,” but the fact of the matter is that…generally speaking….people of color despise blacks for their brutish loud behavior, low intelligence, and mindless bullying.

        The arrogant black elite look at themselves as highly intellectual and something special, blinded by their own stupidity.

  • Names and examples, please, Mr. Holder?

    If you provide none, I’ll be left to assume that this is election year racial agitprop and/or typical black whining.

    I sit here as the first African-American attorney general

    Actually he’s African-Barbadian. But who’s counting?

    He also stood by his controversial comments made during Obama’s first
    year in office, in which he said the U.S. was a “nation of cowards” when
    it comes to race.

    He says “cowards,” I say “trucklers.”

    We’ve made a lot of progress

    Was Odoacer being the first non-Roman emperor of the Western Roman Empire an example of progress?

    But there’s still more we have to travel along this road so we get to the place that is consistent with our founding ideals

    More like Marx’s axiom that civil rights is a revolution in permanence.

    The attorney general also pointed to Republican efforts to enact stricter voter ID laws in southern States as evidence that more needed to be done to protect minority rights. Republicans have maintained the efforts are designed to prevent voter fraud, while Democrats say instances of fraud are exceedingly rare, and far outpaced by the minority population that does not have identification that would be unable to vote. Holder called the laws “political efforts” designed to make it “more difficult” for “groups that are not supportive of those in power” to “have access to the ballot.” “Who is disproportionately impacted by them? Young people, African Americans, Hispanics, older people, people who, for whatever reason, aren’t necessarily supportive of the Republican Party,” Holder said, adding that “this notion that there is widespread in-person voter fraud is simply belied by the facts.” Holder said the Justice Department was planning legal challenges of new voting laws in Ohio and Wisconsin. It has previously filed suit in Texas and North Carolina. “I’m attorney general of the United States. … I will not allow people to take away that which people gave their lives to give, and that is the ability for the American people to vote,” Holder said.

    None of this means anything in reality. Enacting photo ID requirements to vote and doing nothing else will impact exceedingly few people and it will prevent very little voter fraud, of which there happens to be quite a lot. All this is is dog whistling if not outright claiming that there’s a conspiracy of voter disenfranchisement afoot to drive voter turnout of elderly black women.

    • John_HD

      Holder acts as though whites are trying to impose a different, more exacting voting standard for blacks than whites have to adhere to, when in fact, the standard is the same for everyone, but the average 85 group can’t seem to manage the simple task of getting an I.D., when they’ve got fully 4 years between presidential elections to do so. And because these perpetual wards of the state can’t manage the simple requirement that the rest of society abides by, Holder wants to do away with the requirement. Standards are always being lowered to accommodate them. And when they can’t even comply with the lowered standards, creatures like Holder want to do away with the standard entirely. What a never ending drag on society. Neither he nor his anti-white boss want any part of an honest conversation about race, which would, of course include discussion about the real reasons for racial disparity; low black IQ and high black crime rates, as bigone4u noted.

      • John R

        “ID’s be rayciss. An example of White European culture that African People cannot possibly relate to.” There, did I get it right?

      • benvad

        They don’t want voter ID for the simple reason of voter fraud. They cheat to win elections.

  • Luca

    I could show Eric Holder my grandmother’s handwritten recipe for apple pie and he’d find racism written into it somewhere.

    • MekongDelta69

      Apple -> Apple Orchard -> Boy in overalls skipping through Apple Orchard -> Tom Sawyer -> RACIST

      See – that wasn’t hard!

      • Lewis33

        Apples only turn black once they’ve rotten. That is one racist fruit!

        • RisingReich

          Dang. Beat me to the punch on that. That’s exactly what I would have said.

        • Dale McNamee

          As is any fruit that turns black as it rots…

          • Matt Turner

            Including Bananas, I might add.

          • Dale McNamee

            In the “skin shade game” that’s played among blacks, there’s the term “banana” used to describe some fairly light-skinned” blacks…

            I wonder if he rots enough…

      • TruthBeTold

        Apples.
        Apple tree.
        Lynching.

        • ElComadreja

          That’s why Johnny Appleseed planted all those trees. So we’d have plenty to hang blacks from.

          • TruthBeTold

            Can’t wait to hear blacks state this as a historic fact.

    • Bon, From the Land of Babble

      Losing against opponents armed with facts and the law?

      Scream “racist” to silence the opposition and then claim victory.

  • Evette Coutier

    Holder is correct. We are a nation of cowards unwilling to address the realities of race. But that reality does not paint a pretty picture of blacks, and too many whites are unwilling to speak honestly for fear of being stigmatized.

    • Nonhumans

      I could singlehandedly have that conversation with any race hustler, after a massive stroke….and still destroy them. Let them howl racism, as is inevitable once they feel the weight of reality and facts from my arguments. Then I would make them defend their position behind that petty insult and look damn foolish, like I do with any libtard who steps into these types of discussions with me.

      • benvad

        The whole point is if you do debate or object in any way you’re putting your livelihood in jeopardy. See how fast the media scourges attacked Anthony Cumia,

        The Young a Turks quickly went after the Italian American as the culprit whole sticking up for the blacks.

        You can’t even defend yourself, just ask George Zimmerman. He’s clearly a mestizo but the MSM got confused because he didn’t have a Spanish surname. So they naturally & saga elt attacked him as a caucasian. Pure & Simple.

  • Dave4088

    “But there’s still more we have to travel along this road so we get to
    the place that is consistent with our founding ideals,” he said.

    And that place is total dispossession of white people and the transfer of their wealth and property to the colored mobs. Holder is just an affirmative action AG and black supremacist with limited intelligence and an even more limited imagination and vocabulary since all he can do is hurl the “r” word at any white person who opposes him.

    • Xerxes22

      The day will come when we hang the Holders and their handlers from lamp posts and that day may come sooner than we think

      • benvad

        We better start soon whole we have the numerical advantage.

  • Oldcorporal

    Say, Mr. Holder, I’m willing to have a “dialogue on racial issues” with you that will curl your hair! Uh, so to speak. What you really mean is, blacks recite their usual laundry list of grievances and “historic wrongs,” and Whites answer — humbly — “Yes, yes, you’re right; we did terrible, horrible, outrageous things to your people. We realize that food stamps, welfare benefits, WIC, Section 8 housing, affirmative action, ad nauseum, aren’t nearly enough to make up for all these years of injustice, so here’s a huge lump of reparations to go along with it. If that’s not enough, just say so, and we’ll give you even more.” Yes, Mr. Holder, that would be your idea of “confronting” racial issues. Well, it sure as hell isn’t mine. And by the way, why do you just assume that having a black president and a black attorney general constitutes “lots of progress”?

  • alex

    “…consider something the inimitable Hans Hoppe once told me, after we had both
    been marked with the “racist” Mark of Cain: “If you are not called a racist,
    then it seems to me you are in intellectual trouble and it is high-time to
    reconsider your own thinking.”

    Ilana
    Mercer is author of Into
    the Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America from Post-Apartheid South
    Africa.

  • John R

    Okay, at the risk of offending my fellow Amreners I will say this: Yes, Mr. Holder, to an extent you are right. Most of White Americans ARE a nation of cowards when it comes to racial issues. And guess what? You and your master, Obumma, can thank your lucky stars that we are! That is all.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      That cowardice as he puts it is fading fast, and among some whites it NEVER existed to begin with.

  • Truthseeker

    Of course there’s racial animus, Holder. When you make it clear that you hate us because of our race, of course we’re going to be resentful and see you as an enemy.

  • A Freespeechzone

    Remember, blacks and browns enjoy a modern society that history has proven that they could NEVER create and sustain.

    This IS about retribution, payback and punishment against Whites for merely existing to ease their inferiority complexes and make them feel good about themselves.

    • ElComadreja

      Yes. Their enviousness and jealousy is right at the root of it. They’d love to breed us out of existence or get rid of us by any other means so they wouldn’t have any reminder of their sub-human status.

  • IstvanIN

    I didn’t vote for Obama but I would have been thrilled if Obama turned out to be a President who did what is needed to save America. The fact remains he has been exactly what anybody who has half a brain probably knew in 2008: he would be an abject failure. The overwhelming destruction he has caused I couldn’t have imagined, but facts are facts and he is the worst President in 100 years.

    • JohnEngelman

      Under the leadership of President Obama the country is gradually getting back on track after running off the rails under George W. Bush. Unemployment is slowly declining. We are leaving Afghanistan and Iraq. The stock market is doing well.

      Under Bush II things got worse. Under Obama things are getting slowly better.

      • RisingReich

        Sure John, sure.

        The true unemployment rate as measured before they stopped counting the ‘discouraged worker’ (pre-1994) is closer to 22%. Obama has failed to effectively pull out of either Afghanistan and Iraq. The stock market soars because the jewish Fed creates millions of dollars out of thin air via a computer keystoke robbing the earning power of the working man and channeling it to the investor class, who recognizes the inflationary actions of money creation out of thin air and places it in the market to keep up.

        You could also further educate yourself by looking at a graph index of the price of gold relative to the DOW over years, but I’m sure that’s too much work, and you won’t be able to twist those statistics to show that ‘everything’s ok’.

        • JohnEngelman

          My source for the unemployment rate is the U.S. Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics. There has been no change in the way unemployment is measured. Unemployment has been declining since October 2009.

          • anitrasdance

            Oh, and you trust a government agency to get accurate and truthful information?

          • JohnEngelman

            Yes. Those who reject facts compiled by credible sources are beyond the range of logical debate. They believe and disbelieve what they want to.

      • RisingReich

        Not to mention the total erosion of the southern border, the fact that he spends US tax dollars flying these disease ridden, mumbling, room temperature IQ, worthless, rotting ‘refugees’ to every corner of our Nation.

        Yup – REALLY improving John.

        • JohnEngelman

          The Economist Feb 8th 2014

          Last year America removed 369,000 undocumented migrants, an increase of nine times compared with 20 years ago (see chart 1). This takes the total number of the deported to almost 2m in Barack Obama’s presidency.

          While this has been going on, the number of people entering America illegally via the south-western border has dropped. There are no official numbers on how many people become illegal immigrants by overstaying their visas. But the data that are collected, combined with estimates to fill the gaps, suggest that in the past couple of years, for the first time since people started to talk about illegal migration, the outflow has been greater than the inflow.

          • Garrett Brown

            You’re using news sources that are 100% liberal. Are you really this ignorant?

          • Wholly Unconvinced

            Well Johnny boy is also 100% liberal, so yes, I’d imagine he really is that ignorant. I also find it amusing that he’s posting government “deportation” stats which amren already debunked by pointing out that under Obama, for the first time illegals turned away at the border are counted as “deportations” which significantly fluff the numbers. For someone who loves to quote little snippets from amren, I’m almost surprised his miniscule, Asian worshipping little mind missed that. This is fun because it also puts the lie to his oft repeated claim that government stats aren’t manipulated. But again, he’s quite to dense to realise that.

          • Garrett Brown

            But good sir, he uses actual quotes from Jared Taylor!

          • Wholly Unconvinced

            I have been run through with your riposte sir, your argument smacks of Engelman’s own brilliance! (obviously I jest, comparing anyone to engelman is a cruel attack on ones character)

          • Garrett Brown

            Oh, that hurt. That hurt bad.

          • anitrasdance

            BS

          • JohnEngelman

            The Economist is a credible source of facts. With that response, and with your earlier one, you expose yourself as one with whom one cannot have a reasoned discussion, because you believe anything you want to believe, and disbelieve anything you want to disbelieve.

      • Garrett Brown

        You have autism.

        • JohnEngelman

          How so?

          • Garrett Brown

            Extreme repetitive behavior. You just reek of autism. I can smell you all the way over here on the east coast.

          • JohnEngelman

            I post repetitions of facts that I document. Those who cannot refute my fact based and logical arguments repeat ad hominem attacks.

          • Garrett Brown

            What you posted isn’t a fact. There’s no truth to it at all. You continue to post lies that you believe in out of habit, because autism. It’s pretty simple.

          • JohnEngelman

            This is what I posted most recently: “Under the leadership of President Obama the country is gradually getting back on track after running off the rails under George W. Bush. Unemployment is slowly declining. We are leaving Afghanistan and Iraq. The stock market is doing well.

            “Under Bush II things got worse. Under Obama things are getting slowly better.”

            What is untrue about it?

          • Garrett Brown

            The country isn’t getting better. It’s been gradually getting worse since the 60s. You have autism.

        • JohnEngelman

          Your autism comment is the autistic response of those who do not like to be told the facts that I post here. I think I do more than any other American Renaissance poster to document my factual assertions.

          Much of what I document consists of statements by Jared Taylor and others who have spoken at American Renaissance conferences, like John Derbyshire, J. Philippe Rushton, and Richard Lynn.

          I also like to quote articles that have been posted here.

    • 4321realist

      Amen.

      I expected someone who was pro-black above all else, but not to the extent he turned out to be.

      There’s an article on WND today quoting a highly reputable shrink who, basically, says the community organizer is cracking.

    • John R

      He is like a liberal version of Hitler. He and his minions, got punch drunk on their early successes, and apparently are now going overboard with the blatant invasion of the country by swarms of illegals. Ditto for the blacks, with their “flash mobs” and the communist media establishment that thought we wouldn’t even notice that these “teens” were of a particular race.

  • Brian

    Obama and Holder, together, genetically, add up to one black man and one white man. Mulattoes are the worst…the most aggrieved, and the most privileged among their group.

    • Zaporizhian Sich

      Ah yes, one of the better episodes of the original Star Trek Series. At the end, both learned their respective peoples totally annihilated each other and their home planet was turned into a depopulated wasteland. Those who cannot be named are trying to create the same situation here, that is what multi-culturalism is intended to do.

    • Tarczan

      That was the idiotic Star Trek episode that tried to show that race was only superficial. The two groups were exactly the same, except for the colors on their faces were reversed; yet they hated each other.

      That is the paradigm they push, that race is only skin deep. The reality is different; the world is more complicated than simple answers.

      • LHathaway

        I agree, perhaps the acting was good, and the filming was good but it was such a simple lesson. . . I do remember when one of them turned to the Captain and said, ‘Can’t you see, Loki is black on the right side’, explaining it all. Sounds like something that will be in one of our new cartoons. Look forward to seeing them.

      • Brian

        I know… I love Trek, but there were some irritating moments when the late 60’s SoCal utopianism becomes…irritating. ST also had TV’s first b/w interracial kiss, between Uhura and Kirk. Of course Kirk would make out with anyone though. In ST’s future, they’ve eliminated war on earth, poverty, hunger, environmental degradation, racism, and probably all other -isms as well. And yet the 23rd C still has mostly whites in Starfleet, speaking English, with distinct national/racial groups– they didn’t understand that without a dose of separation and control, those two sets of goals– the liberal utopianism, and the high-tech prosperity– are incompatible.

      • ElComadreja

        The episode was called “Let This Be Your Last Battlefield” and I saw it as the liberal propaganda it was even as a teenager. Negros are not simply dark-skinned Caucasians. If only it were the case.

    • Wholly Unconvinced

      It was sad an obvious diversity propaganda we are all the same episode, but if I remember correctly, at the end they still killed each other, no? Showing that really, diversity isn’t compatible. I might need to go pop the DVD in and watch it again. There was a lot of over gobbledygook in TOS but it was still a great show when it wasn’t too preachy. Great sci-fi often seems to take a turn for the politically correct worse, which has always disappointed me, but I don’t let it sour the oftentimes great storytelling.

  • JohnEngelman

    Holder said the nation is in “a fundamentally better place than we were 50 years ago.”

    – Justin Sink, The Hill, July 13, 2014

    I am glad that the minority of blacks who can perform and behave as well as most whites have more opportunities. Unfortunately, affirmative action denies whites the opportunities we deserve. Forced school busing has damaged the public school system. The crime rate is higher because most blacks cannot be controlled by a criminal justice system that works for whites.

  • TruthBeTold

    I have an idea.

    Mr. Taylor should write an open letter to Mr. Holder telling him he would like to have a conversation on race.

    Of course Mr. Holder will turn him down and that will prove who the coward is.

  • TruthBeTold

    I have an idea.

    Mr. Taylor should write an open letter to Mr. Holder telling him he would like to have a conversation on race.

    Of course Mr. Holder will turn him down and that will prove who the coward is.

    • Wholly Unconvinced

      Maybe a YouTube presentation where Mr. Taylor takes holder up on his offer, he could make it a bit biting, quoting some of holders multitude of race based and degrading comments aimed at whites and ending with “well Mr. Holder, I am not a coward, and I accept your offer of debate, merely name the time and place” we could then all do our part to link to the video everywhere, if done right, it could get viral levels of attention, to the point where it simply could not be ignored. Make the offer visible, public, and viable, and people may wonder why holder doesn’t take him up on it, which will further increase attention.

      • Grantland

        Excellent idea.

  • JohnEngelman

    “I think we are still a nation that is too afraid to confront racial issues,” rarely engaging “one another across the color line [to] talk about racial issues.”

    – Justin Sink, The Hill, July 13, 2014

    The reason for this is that it is dangerous to criticize blacks, even when the criticisms are obviously justified.

    • RisingReich

      It’s not just blacks that are dangerous to criticize.

      • emiledurk16

        LOL…..yep

  • Ograf

    All he would want to do in his open opinion on racial issues would be to whine about how white privilege and racism caused “his people” to be lacking. Of course any perception that blacks attack Whites old, young , feeble, would be dismissed without any kind of acknowledgement .

  • 4321realist

    “Holder Sees ‘Racial Animus’ in Opposition”

    Racial animus is a by-product of a multicultural society. It flourishes and grows, because people have no liking for sharing their societies with people unlike themselves.

    And this feeling is endemic in every race on earth. Multiracialist and multiculturalist societies are unnatural, man-made constructs that require constant, ongoing propaganda in an Orwellian fashion to keep the various tribes from killing each other, because people are naturally uncomfortable with those not like themselves nor do they trust them.

    Pluralism can continue on for a time when bayonets are held to the throats of the citizenry, but as soon as they’re removed they continue fighting unabated.

    But Holder has an even greater problem. Getting blacks accepted by any race….not just whites…. is an impossibility, because every race on earth knows them to be the least intelligent people as a group than other races, more impetuous, prone to crime and violence. Who in God’s name with at least half a brain would EVER want to integrate with them?

    And none of the differences “his people” have with everyone else can be ironed out by talking about them. Besides everything else blacks are arrogant and blind to their own serious shortcomings, so talking to them would be like talking to the wall.

    • Gandolf

      What you have said in your first two paragraphs is so fundamental and so true. If no other point could be made here at Amren to the millions of racially unconscious whites, I would choose the point you have made. I would only add that the strife which inevitably occurs in multiracial socities is completely natural. It is the way of all flesh. Whether one believes in God, or nature, or whatever, we all were made this way — to prefer our own kind above all others. This is innate within all normal people. The fascinating thing is that all races of men understand this except whites. Whites and only whites believe that race doesn’t exist or doesn’t matter. The truth is that it does and it does matter. This has nothing to do with hatred or racism, it is simply reality.

      This is the first and necessary step in understanding the world around us.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    “I’m attorney general of the United States. … I will not allow people to take away that which people gave their lives to give, and that is the ability for the American people to vote,” Holder said.

    This from a racist bigot who dismissed the New Black Panther voter intimidation case against Whites.

    Holder proved himself a consummate racist long ago:

    Attorney J. Christian Adams, who resigned from Justice in 2010 to protest the handling of the Black Panther case, testified before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that he was told “cases are not going to be brought against black defendants for the benefit of white victims.

    Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

  • Tarczan

    Holder said the nation is in “a fundamentally better place than we were 50 years ago.”

    He must be referring to Detroit.

  • MikeofAges

    We are a nation of cowards. And our self-appointed Coward-in-Chief Eric Holder aims to keep it that way. What a fool.

  • Guest

    I am returning to my Christian roots,
    and I recommend it for you as well. However, I am discovering that a
    lot of Communist (anti-white) propaganda has been masquerading as
    Christian love and kindness. It’s just a trick they use to confuse
    people.

    The NWO crowd that is working to create
    a single world government, a single world economy, a single world
    religion, and a single race of people, is the same crowd that started
    out by saying “God is dead.”

    God is the one that created the
    different races and God is the one that divided the nations.

    Glenn Beck tried using this Christian
    propaganda today in his discussion about the current boarder issues.
    White people must stop falling for this. There is a big difference
    between Christian kindness and supporting the destruction of our race
    & nations. Even Christians come to the point where enough is
    enough.

    • Excellent points! You’re right, there’s nothing ‘Christian’ about intentionally destroying one’s race and culture under the banner of ‘compassion’ or even ‘Christianity’! The Bible cannot be used to support modern multicultural and multiracial dogma.

    • Gandolf

      Be aware, Sir, that the organized Church has fallen away in many areas. From homosexual clergy to the approval of miscegenation, and flooding the country with racial aliens. These are not the traditional positions of Protestant Christianity. Therefore, choose wisely the path you take. Here is a website I would recommend to you:

      http://faithandheritage com

    • TruthBeTold

      The obvious examples are when they tell us we’re not a Christian nation so our laws can’t reflect a Christian bias.

      The same group wants something from us, like amnesty, they ask, ‘What would Jesus do?’

    • Garrett Brown

      Be careful what you return to. They may not be the roots you remembered in your younger life.

      • Guest

        Christianity does not seem to be helping us in any way. Their arguments against feminism and homosexuality are also a drag. We need rational conservatives, not Bible-cranks.

        • Garrett Brown

          Agreed. Maybe 20, even 15 years ago you had large churches standing up to the establishment. Now it’s only Apiscapalian and possibly some southern baptist. I saw a Methodist church near here that started putting up a sign “All people welcome”. I’m pretty sure I have the exact idea on what they mean by that.

    • emiledurk16

      I heard Beck’s discussion and thought the same thing.

  • WR_the_realist

    Eric Holder deserves all the racial enmity he gets. 50 years ago was 1964. We were better off then. So Eric Holder is wrong on that one. He thinks that massive unemployment, declining real wages, unending wars, a ruined educational system, and a burgeoning police state are all compensated for by the fact that he, a black man, is attorney general.

    Yes, Eric Holder, I do want my country back.

    As for being cowards, I’m sure Jared Taylor will be happy to debate race with Holder at any time Holder finds convenient.

    • TruthBeTold

      Better off to Holder means he’s in charge and he can exact revenge against whitey.

  • Garrett Brown

    I would LOOOOOOOOOOOOVE to see him come up to my buddies and I and call ANY of us cowards. That would be one of the highlights of my life.

  • ViktorNN

    I would be happy to have a conversation with Mr. Holder. Here’s what I’d like to talk about:

    I resent like hell the efforts of the Obama Admin to replace the population of this country and reduce my people to minority status.

    Is there anything else you’d like to discuss?

  • The Captain

    I always get slightly miffed when I see people compare BHO and Holder as if they were equivalent. They’re not. Obama is ultimately a Marxist inellectual eager to diminish America for more pragmatic reasons than fighting a personal race war while Eric Holder is a bantu bully fighting a personal vendetta against the white race without concern for any loftier ideal. He’s just a thug shouting “WURLSTAH” at every white victim of black crime.

    I can respect Obama on some level as a rival, but Holder is just another dumb animal.

  • blackjack322

    I don’t know about anyone else but there’s certainly “racial animus” in my narrative, especially toward you holder.

  • Alexandra1973

    Translation: Whites don’t want to fully admit that they’re the bad guys.

    Did I get that right?

  • emiledurk16

    That is perceptive and true. Especially the analysis of how, on one hand, the left puts forth the absurd idea that race doesn’t exist, and on the other their use of “ethnic and racial tensions”.

    Excellent text.

  • JohnEngelman

    The unemployment rate has declined to 6.1 percent. The crime rate has continued to decline. White blue collar workers have benefited from those developments. White blue collar workers who lacked health care have also benefited from Obama care.

    Unfortunately, many white blue collar Republicans oppose domestic spending programs and economic policies that benefit them, if they also benefit blacks.

    • Wholly Unconvinced

      The unemployment rate is artificially low, due to people who simply gave up looking for work. The crime rate decline has been repeatedly exposed as local police departments not reporting, or downgrading serious crimes to lesser ones before reporting to the FBI, which again, artificially lowers crime stats, not actual crime, as well as a trickle down effect of military research into trauma care as a result of Iraq/afghanistan, specifically regarding gunshot wounds, leading to fewer deaths, therefore fewer murders.

      Given that neither of your “factual assertions” is factual, your claim that “white, blue collar workers benefitted” is also false. But then again you don’t care, do you?

      • JohnEngelman

        The best estimate of the unemployment rate in the United States is provided by the U.S. Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics. The best estimate of the crime rate is provided by FBI, Uniform Crime
        Reports. Each of these have probably become more accurate over the years because of more accurate methods of gathering and compiling data.

        Those who refuse to accept these are impossible to reason with. They believe what they want to believe, and disbelieve what they want to disbelieve.

  • Dale McNamee

    Hey “Red” Eric !
    Why not a national discussion/dialogue on “content of character” that Dr. King mentioned in his ” I Have A Dream Speech” instead ?

    The lack of character thay uou and your boos show is the real reason, not skin color !

    Why is it that blacks and Latinos so race obsessed ?

    I’m white and am neither obsessed with my skin color nor any else’s skin color…

    You and your boss are light skinned… Could you both be projecting your self-hatred on the rest of us ?

    You should fight your demons privately and on your own time…

  • RyanP

    “…he said the U.S. was a “nation of cowards” when it comes to race.”

    No argument there.

  • John R

    Exactly. To build a civilization it takes intelligence and ingenuity. It is much easier, though, to destroy one. E.G. Africa and the Middle East. The people living in those parts of the world only know violence and savagery. So, don’t be too “relaxed around the blacks.”

  • ElComadreja

    If it isn’t already. There has been a 20 year genocide against South African whites. It’s all easily verifiable.

  • Matt Turner

    Hey, Holder! Yeah, you, bro! You’d best be hopin’ that your “fellow countrymen” don’t be “comin’ to grips” on race. Gnomesayin’?

  • gemjunior

    Disgusting foul piece of garbage. Every single answer for any question asked of him has been “racism”. What a disgusting excuse for a man.