The Rule for avoiding anti-white violence that contains all the other rules within it
Regarding your post today, “Americans to Afghans: Sure, kill us, we don’t care,” as well as the continuing black-on-white attacks, John Derbyshire’s rules and your additional rules on how to protect oneself from anti-white violence are just too complex for our time, especially as blacks are not not the only ones who seek to murder whites. I have simplified the rules so that they work for everyone, in all circumstances.LA replies:
Very good. Your sending that today is more appropriate than you realize. In addition to a U.S. military official in Afghanistan saying that the U.S. personnel whom one of their Afghan intelligence allies murdered by exploding a suicide vest “happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time,” Big Lie on Parade reports the following murder. A black man and a white man were waiting at a bus stop in Tucson. The black simply pulled out a gun and shot the white man in the head, killing him.LA continues:
The larger point is this. According to liberal belief, whenever a white is murdered in a sudden unprovoked attack by a nonwhite or a Muslim, it is because the victim “was in the wrong place at the wrong time.” If that is the case, then for white people all places are (at least potentially) the wrong place, and all times are the wrong time. Gintas’s rule, “Don’t be be in the wrong place at the wrong time,” would be the correct rule, if it could be followed. But it can’t be followed, because, simply by the fact of existing, whites are always in the wrong place at the wrong time, and may be “randomly” killed at any moment.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 16, 2012 04:46 PM | Send