Dear Mr. Farah,
I know how difficult it is to defend conservative movements like the tea parties against charges of racism. No matter how many times we explain that it's not racist to call Obama a "nigger" or treat darker-hued people like criminals, the general, not-needing-medication public just doesn't get it. That's why I'm so excited about this new messaging Vox Day introduced in an article for your online newspaper:
There is, quite simply, no such thing as human equality in any material sense. In fact, the latest genetic research on potential Neanderthal genes found in humans of non-African descent suggest that it is not entirely accurate to even assert that homo sapiens is not divided into various subspecies.That talking point is absolutely brilliant. More importantly, it's almost Rwandan in its simplicity. If brown people are another species rather than another race, we conservatives aren't racist, we're speciesist, and there's nothing wrong with that unless you're a God damned PETA activist.
It's no wonder World Net Daily is so respected in conservative circles.
I was, however, a bit surprised by Mr. Day's suggestion that we bleach America by deporting all the brown people--not angrily surprised, just surprised you'd publish it. Here, take a look, and I think you'll see what I mean:
If Americans can find the courage to consciously reject the myth of the melting pot and expel the Mexicans from the American Southwest, the Arabs from Detroit and the Somalis from Minneapolis, they can reclaim their traditional white Anglo-Saxon Protestant culture.You're an Arab. Under Day's plan, you'd be shipped to Lebanon. Are you doing anything to prepare Mr. Day to run World Net Daily after you're gone?
Gen. JC Christian, patriot