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Who Is 'Racist'?: Part II

deprogramming services Wrote: Apr 30, 2012 11:17 AM
Dividing your enemy into groups and then turning those groups against each other is classic psychological warfare, and the liberal cult uses that strategy very effectively in their war on the American Republic. Getting 95% of 10% of the population to vote for the most liberal candidate is one of the fruits of this strategy, especially since so many elections are so close. Getting naive white people to vote liberal to make up for the sins of their fathers and to prove that they aren't among the bad white people is another success. The fear of racial violence if more money isn't given to social programs is another. So all in all the strategy has been productive. Add that to dividing the sexes, classes, etc.
RNB Wrote: Apr 30, 2012 11:58 AM
You're right about the tactic it goes all the way back to Jason of Greek mythology. You'd think after awhile it would quit working. Each new generation, if they think of it at all, thinks "it's different now we're more enlightened."

Around this time of year, I sometimes hear from parents who have been appalled to learn that the child they sent away to college to become educated has instead been indoctrinated with the creed of the left. They often ask if I can suggest something to have their offspring read over the summer, in order to counteract this indoctrination.

This year the answer is a no-brainer. It is a book with the unwieldy title, "No matter what ... they'll call this book Racist" by Harry Stein, a writer for what is arguably America's best magazine, "City Journal." In a little over 200...