The New York Times has done a sophisticated smear job on race realists, written by two Jewish reporters, Michael Wines and Stephanie Saul.
Naturally, they’ve quietly and subtly linked a concern with immigration, Jewish control of the media and banks, and the black crime wave with hate and “white supremacy.”
The readers of this site are savvy enough to see through the con, but many folks, the ones sleepwalking through life, are going to be convinced that merely discussing matters involving race is dangerous and evil.
H/T to commenter Wulfe for this link. By the way, thanks to everyone for any links posted in your comments. I try to look at all of them, but sometimes I do fall behind.
Excerpt from the New York Times
White Supremacists Extend Their Reach Through Websites
Experts dispute the number of movement supporters but agree about its efforts to modernize. While the virulent racism of old can still be found online, the movement today also includes more button-down websites run by white nationalism think tanks with vanity publishing units. Most of the best-known organizations also claim to have disavowed the violence of groups like the Ku Klux Klan.
Richard B. Spencer, the 37-year-old president of the white nationalist National Policy Institute in Whitefish, Mont., embodies this new generation.
He holds a master’s degree from the University of Chicago and studied for a doctorate in history at Duke University. Now he runs an organization that produces papers on issues like racial differences in intelligence and the crime rate among Hispanic immigrants.
“America as it is currently constituted — and I don’t just mean the government; I mean America as constituted spiritually and ideologically — is the fundamental problem,” he said in an interview. “I don’t support and agree with much of anything America is doing in the world.”