Aggregator • Hyscience • ID=77719
There can no longer be any doubt that Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. is a professional racialist and a race-baiter. His policies have made that clear, and his liberal racialism reveals he is color-conscious, not colorblind - as an attorney general is suppose to be. His sick mind sees racism everywhere. He is a danger and a disgrace to his office and to his country, and should be fired. And before liberals claim I'm being racist for criticizing Holder, they should think again.
Note that I'm not calling Holder a racist. That's something quite different, as has been pointed out elsewhere. A racist is a person who believes there are significant differences in abilities or character among people of different races, attributes those differences directly to race, and almost always believes that his own race is somehow superior to other races. Eric Holder is not such a person ... he, and other liberals like him is are racialists - they believe that racism is itself the primary driving force of events, behaviors, and outcomes in all societies. Anywhere there is a perceived injustice or inequality of outcomes, the racialists look first to racism as the underlying cause. For Holder and other avid racialists, any other contributing factor is either subordinate or is itself tied to racism in some other form at some other time or place ... and "racism" is their ever-ready trump card, instantly using it to put their target(s) on the defensive.
As AR Ward has put it:
Of course we should all be anti-racist, but [racialists] don't share the same definition of being anti-racist as most Americans. [To them], everyone in our society is either privileged (whites) or oppressed ("people of color") because of racism. Since they think the driving force of privilege and oppression is race, naturally their enemies are those who are blind to race (almost always whites). So, according to the racialists, to be blind to race means being blind to racism.
ain problem with racialism? While their stated intentions are agreeable, their premises are wrong, their "evidence" is bogus, their conclusions are false, and their solutions are destructive.Does everything here so far remind you of Eric Holder? You bet it does! It also reminds you of his boss!
So, given that you now have a better understanding of Eric Holder's racialism, you might be interested in his latest exercise in avid racialism, one in which involves Barack Obama's U.S. Attorney General stunningly proclaiming that "reverse discrimination against whites has just begun!":
... There has been much poisonous rhetoric following Trayvon Martin's death, and more is sure to come. It is hard to imagine that any other current topic could result in racial madness exceeding that tragedy. Nonetheless, an exceptionally ominous and instructive remark was recently made by Attorney General Eric Holder -- a remark more outlandish than any heard so far in our national conversation about Martin.
Holder recently addressed the question of affirmative action, and for how long it would be required. He answered, stunningly, that "reverse discrimination has only just begun": "Affirmative action has been an issue since segregation practices," Holder said. "The question is not when does it end, but when does it begin[.] ... When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?"
We see in these remarks the soil out of which rises the bitter fruit of racial resentment. Holder's attitude is best summed up as the elite victim mentality. The belief is one of perpetual entitlement, fueled by bitterness, and given the stamp of official approval by politicians at the highest levels of national office. The Trayvon Martin upheaval is made possible by this carefully cultivated attitude, which exists within all income levels. Whether it's under the guise of injustice, inequality, underrepresentation, or white supremacy, the effect of the attitude is the same: sheer resentment towards the majority and its institutions.
... As the attorney general's remark shows, the cycle of elite liberal hypocrisy and racial favoritism will never end, so long as liberals control racial discourse.
... Our own attorney general, ostensibly committed to even-handed enforcement of the nation's laws, referred to blacks as "my people." Strangely, it is socially acceptable for only certain groups to proudly claim ethnic group membership. If similar tribal loyalties were publicly boasted by a white ethnic, that would be seen as sinister. Just imagine the reaction if a President Bush had identified -- on the basis of race -- with a victim of minority-on-white crime by saying, "Channon Christian looks like my daughters."
Take the time to read the whole thing here.