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- Date: Sun, 02 Oct 2005 07:34:38 GMT
Africa in our Midst: Lessons from Katrina
"Our rulers and media executives will try to turn the story of Hurricane Katrina into yet another morality tale of downtrodden blacks and heartless whites, but pandering of this kind fools fewer and fewer people."
An account of what happened in New Orleans with commentary.
"Jared Taylor is a white nationalist who has clearly rejected a multi-racial society. At the end of his report, he draws racist conclusions that we here at Frontpagemag.com find repugnant. At the same time, we are appalled that no other journalist or commentator has had the courage or the integrity to describe these horrific events without which the picture of this disaster -- and the way we understand our responsibility as a nation -- is not and cannot be complete. "
The "distinguished panel" assembled by FrontPage fails to offer much here. Taylor is repeatedly labeled a Klansman and racist- top shelf perjoratives and a tiresome evasive tactic crafted to avoid the issue. Taylor has made no secret of his belief in the genetic inferiority of blacks. The big problem here for those who script mainstream news is that Taylor picked up the ball everyone else refused to run with. And let's face it, much of what he writes in "Africa in our Midst: Lessons from Katrina" is what most know but are reluctant to discuss in more than a whisper among careful company. Problems do not get solved like this. Particularly one of this magnitude.
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