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John Derbyshire's Racist Nonblack 'Talk'

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    So, apparently there is a conversation going around right now called 'the talk', highlighted by the Treyvon Martin shooting.  'The Talk', from what I understand, is a conversation that African American parents have with their children, educating them on the realities of white authority figures and how one should behave accordingly.

    Fair enough.  Seems appropriate to educate your children on society at large, as realistic as you can.  Now, in steps the racial politics. Self-proclaimed racist and now former writer of 'The National Review' John Derbyshire comes out with his own version of the talk, in an opinion article dubbed The Talk: Nonblack Version

    It's just chalked full of helpful, racist stereotypical fear-mongering, with such gems as "If you are at some public event at which the number of blacks suddenly swells, leave as quickly as possible."

    Or, "The mean intelligence of blacks is much lower than for whites."

    Perhaps the most racist being, "Do not settle in a district or municipality run by black politicians."


    The points in the article are both numbered and bulleted, making it quick and easy to advise your little ones on just how easy it is to be racist and keep the tradition proud and strong!...

    Glad to see this guy got fired so quickly after they published the article.  My only question though is, WHY PUBLISH THE ARTICLE TO BEGIN WITH??  Seems like National Review got caught up in backlash and was forced to fire the guy. 




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    What is mind-numbingly outrageous is America's couch-potato attitude that forces minority families into this talk. And yes, I am aware that in not too many years distant whites will be the minority.