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May 2, 2008

Mainstreaming Racial Hate

-- by Dave Johnson

Take a look at this. This is an example of "mainstreaming" of white supremacist hate, over at the "conservative" Human Events site. Thjs is from MSNBC commentator Pat Buchanan. If this is what they are doing in May, imagine what we'll be seeing as the election gets closer.

The Way Our World Ends - HUMAN EVENTS,

In 1950, whites were 28 percent of world population and Africans 9 percent, a ratio of three-to-one. In 2060, the ratio will remain the same. But the colors will be reversed. People of African ancestry will be 25 percent of the world's population. People of European descent will have fallen to 9.8 percent.

More arresting is that the white population is shrinking not only in relative but in real terms. Two hundred million white people, one in every six on earth -- a number equal to the entire population of France, Britain, Holland and Germany -- will vanish by 2060.

The Caucasian race is going the way of the Mohicans.


And be sure to scan the comments:

What have YOU been doing for the white race?

I never heard whether you are married. Are you, and do you have any children?

Posted by Dave Johnson at May 2, 2008 8:15 AM

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You're selling the nature of that article short. It's a syndicated column, which means its appearing in multiple venues, including all the mega conservative sites like World Net Daily and Townhall.com. But also: Yahoo.


Buchanan's previous article about Obama - "A Brief for Whitey" - was pretty popular at Stormfront. Some commenters observed that it sounded like it had been written by David Duke himself.

Posted by: Hume's Ghost at May 4, 2008 6:49 PM

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