The real meaning of “racism”

Billboard photo from Duluth’s “It’s hard to see
racism when you’re white” campaign.

In the entry on the anti-white campaign by the government of Duluth, Patrick H. makes a powerful statement about what “racism” really means from the liberal point of view: the existence of any significant difference of outcome between blacks and whites. But what he says is more radical and profound than that. He gets to the very core of the evil that liberal whites seek to impose on non-liberal whites.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at February 07, 2012 06:34 PM | Send

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