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By George McDaniel, Jared Taylor

ISBN-10: 0965638324

ISBN-13: 9780965638326

What does the long run carry for the West? needs to our civilization collapse earlier than waves of Third-World rookies? it's more and more transparent that race and civilization can't be separated, that simply the folk who created a tradition can maintain it. If immigration alterations the face of America--and of Europe--nothing else will stay unchanged.

This choice of essays explains why Western guy can shop himself and his historical past simply by way of returning to a greater realizing of race--an figuring out now reviled as heresy.

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We managed to establish slavery, abolish it, establish Jim Crow, and abolish it too without ever using a word that today’s newspapers find indispensable. ” The word does not appear even in so late and influential a book as Gunnar Myrdal’s An American Dilemma, published in 1942 (see “Sowing the Seeds of Destruction” on page 152). Only in the context of mid-20th century assumptions did the word become necessary as a way to condemn what people had always taken for granted. Even the word’s predecessor, “racial prejudice,” is a recent construction (it is the term Myrdal used).

Children can pretend to be Congressmen debating the Indian Removal Act of 1830, or can try to think of all the evil motives for the Chinese Exclusion Acts of the 19th century. ” Students can draw cartoons about the “racism” they experience, or can collect tourist brochures about Hawaii and note that they fail to mention that whites seized the islands and raped the culture. ” Whites can keep diaries of the unearned privileges they enjoy each day. Children can pretend to be Congressmen at the 1870s hearings on KKK violence.

Start Early The authors all agree that anti-racist education has to start just as soon as teachers get their hands on children. ” Advanced subjects can be made to scratch out letters of protest to the company. Other lessons can be learned by getting children to designate parking spaces for handicapped people and having the children issue “tickets” to violators. Classroom walls should be covered with pictures that refute stereotypes: black doctors, white janitors, people in wheelchairs at the beach, etc.

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