Monthly Archives: August 2011
I wrote a story for BigGovernment about Tim Wise and his angry comments. Unsurprisingly he gave an angry response, and for some reason he decided to threatened Andrew Breitbart: “[...] really think I’m scared of their drunk, right-wing asses[...] keep it coming. It will, I promise, end badly for you… [Andrew Breitbart]”
The point of the original post was to bring to light how Tim Wise is so hateful. Apparently Tim hasn’t picked up on this. Tim then continued with a few other strange angry comments. For example he said the people who follow Breitbart “like cocaine.” Tim has no real angle to defend himself, he can’t avoid the fact that he publicly wished for the family of someone he politically disagrees with to suffer. Nor can he defend the countless other hateful comments he has made publicly.
Whether you agree with Walter Williams or not, it is an important book on race in America. I doubt there will be very many racialists who think this book needs to be taken seriously. They will instead pick selected arguments out of context and denounce them to reassure themselves that there is no need to ever doubt their dogma. And that is probably the best case scenario for racialists. It is even more likely that they will just dismiss him with a series of personal attacks. But Walter Williams has been doing this for a while now, and I’m sure he is ready for it.
“Chauncey DeVega” has written “They Live to Rape History: Black Conservative Allen West is Here to Save African-Americans from the Evil Democratic Plantation” where he refers to Allen West, Herman Cain, and Clarence Thomas as “minstrel crooners.” “Chauncey DeVega” has had previous issues with black people he disagrees with, earlier this year he described Herman Cain as a “black garbage pail kid,” “monkey,” among other things. Normally racialist leftists have a hyper sensitive trigger finger when accusing anyone of racism, yet I wouldn’t hold my breath on this one. Hating conservatives has no boundaries, even to the “anti-racists.”
“Glenn Beck is no better than the Nazis he praises…and deserves the same fate.” – Tim Wise, one of the brilliant voices of our time… according to his website.
Racialist have made a lot of noise regarding this Nivea add. This add has nothing to with race, it has to do with young men using soap. Just because it features a black man doesn’t mean it is a racial statement against all black men. This same add campaign has white models, but I guess they don’t count. Nivea caved to the pressure and issued an apology.
Race shouldn’t be a deciding factor for late night TV hosts, but according to colorlines.com it should be. Colorlines never says what they think the cause of the lack of Latinos in late night TV, they just say it’s a problem that there are so many whites. Either they think the problem is racism, or they should just encourage more Latinos to go into the field of late night comedy. But they don’t make the case for either of those positions, so we are left with Colorlines making an issue about race that doesn’t have anything to do with race.