Is VFR becoming a one-issue blog?
Today, as for the last few months, and not through any deliberate choice or preference on my part, VFR continues to be dominated by one issue: black on white violence. Why?
I’ve addressed the question previously, and there are many more things that could be said about it. But for the moment I will repeat, slightly edited, something I’ve said before:
Nonwhite violence against whites is the ultimate concretization of white America’s inclusion of and surrender to nonwhite and non-Western peoples. It is where the rubber meets the road on the path to national suicide.
Somebody has to do it in an articulate manner.Aditya B. writes:
I, for one, applaud your painstaking documentation of the Black Intifada. Future generations of Chinese researchers will find a treasure trove in your blog that will enable them to understand the “root causes” of American downfall.David B. writes:
The answer to this question is that the MSM and liberals in general called it when they went full bore on the Trayvon Martin Affair.LA replies:
What do you mean “called it”?David B. replies:
“Called it” means “started it.” It’s what a Tennessean would say. If someone provokes a fight and you knock him down and he whines about it, you tell him, “You called it.”
Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 22, 2012 05:33 PM | Send