The difference between Sailer and me is that Sailer is a conservative Republican. There’s nothing for Blacks in conservative Republicanism. You can even see it as a Black-hostile politics, though this is often masked. Since the election of Obama though, it is increasingly out in the open.
For a long time I defended Sailer on the charge of racism, because I honestly did not think he was racist. Since the election of Obama, he has frankly gone over the line. Someone like me does not toss around the charge of racism lightly. I think long and hard before I call someone that. But in the last couple of years, yes, I must call Steve Sailer a racist.
He wrote a recent book about Obama that was frankly racist in a multitude of ways. One of the main premises of the book seemed to be that Obama hates Whites and has for most of his life. That’s ridiculous.
Recently he has been harping on the “NAM Recession.” In other words, the recession was caused by niggers and beaners buying houses they could not afford because the government forced kind, loving, sweet, adorable banksters to loan to the worthless NAM’s in order that they not be racist.
The NAM’s were not qualified to buy the homes, but the evil affirmative action, nigger loving, White-hating government forced the tender-hearted banksters to loan the money. Also, the NAM’s were too stupid to figure out the crappy terms of the fraudulent loans so they got deservedly fleeced. In addition, the NAM’s were so financially irresponsible that they went bankrupt because they can’t sensibly manage their money.
I have written a number of pieces in which I explain in detain why this is a pack of stinking lies. There’s no truth to any of it, seriously. It’s a noxious racist charge, and even the Republican Party and the corporate rightwing media like the Wall Street Journal are starting to peddle it lately.
The definition of racism to me is not complaining about this or that group or saying they have some problems or pathologies. Statistics will tell you that plain and simple. Racism is simply more along the lines of is this person hostile to this group or not. Sailer is hostile to Blacks, as are 98% of HBD’ers.
So that’s the difference between Sailer and me. I’m not particularly hostile to Blacks. In fact, I go out of my way to try not to be, though there are always forces pushing me in that direction (Black behavior). Understand that I come from a base of liberalism and Leftism, and we folks are simply not comfortable with racism per se (hostility towards this or that group). We spend most of our Lefty liberal lives trying to avoid this way of thinking. And when we do get into that way of thinking, it makes us very uncomfortable.
Sure, 98% of HBD’ers are racists. Of course they are. That’s why I don’t write about it much. It pisses off the good people on the site and stirs up anti-NAM hostility amongst the already inclined.
I’m not particularly interested in stirring up anti-Black racism.
There’s already way too much of it as it is, it doesn’t do society any good, and Black folks have it rough enough as it is without me piling on and adding to the damage. I see anti-Black racism as bullying. Blacks are like the guy at school that everyone thinks it’s ok to beat up on. And I should join in this party? Don’t think so.