Bring back reasonable segregation
I have been following all of the crime stories, both at VFR and at other sites, involving Negroes. I find the whole thing mind-boggling, of course.
What is also so very apparent is the almost total lack of class among these people. At this moment, 9:25 p.m., I am overhearing my upstairs neighbors “conversing” at volumes that seem normal for Negroes, but are in fact overly loud. I clearly hear usage of nouns dealing with bodily functions, and verbs describing incestuous acts. These are occurring in virtually every sentence I hear. Combine this with their smoke detectors going off about twice a week; vacuuming in the late evening; and foot-falls on the stairs that sound like purposeful stomping.
I contrast this with the neighbors I had before. One hardly knew when they were home.
All of this has me asking “Can we please bring back segregation?”
I agree. As I’ve said before, at a minimum there should be a return of natural segregation in the residential and educational spheres, in those communities that see its benefits and desire it. But of course that cannot happen within the present liberal and unconstitutional order of the United States. There has to be a huge turnabout—first in people’s minds and spirits, and then politically and institutionally.
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David J. writes:
[A]t a minimum there should be a return of natural segregation in the residential and educational spheres, in those communities that see its benefits and desire it.
What specific policies would you support to effect natural segregation? Would you simply stop at, for instance, the elimination of affirmative action, school busing, sub-prime mortgages, and Section 8 or would you favor a more direct approach like the legalization of restrictive covenants? How could your policies, if enacted, prevent a black family from occupying the residential unit above DJM?
I don’t know enough about restrictive covenants to give a definite answer, but insofar as they represent the disposition of a party’s property in the future, my tendency would be to allow them.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 29, 2012 10:38 PM | Send
“How could your policies, if enacted, prevent a black family from occupying the residential unit above DJM?”
It would not be my policies preventing a black family from occupying that unit; it would be the landlord doing that. If a landlord wanted to rent only to whites, or only to non-blacks, or, for that matter, only to blacks, there would be no power in the state to prevent him from doing that. All that would be needed for this is the removal of outrageously unconstitutional laws passed in the last 50 years.