Tell Us the Story of How you Saw the Light
Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, November 9, 2021
It takes an unusual person to be a race realist.
If you are watching this, you are an unusual person – you’re probably what I call a race realist. You don’t believe the silly stuff we are supposed to think: that there is no such thing as race, diversity is a strength, America is a white supremacist country where the game is rigged so that white people float effortlessly to the top.
And my question to you is this: How did you avoid falling for the hogwash? Or, if at one time you thought the way National Public Radio tells you to, how did you see the light?
It doesn’t come easy. Schools, churches, the government, and of course the media are constantly beating egalitarian rubbish and white guilt into our heads. Those powerful forces are hard to resist. How’d you do it?
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