Monday, January 30, 2017

How I Saw the Light About Race (Part III)

American Renaissance.  See parts one and two here and here.
No two paths to white racial consciousness are the same.  When I was growing up, I lived in an almost totally white America.  My schools, churches, Boy Scout troop, and playground playmates were all white. Except for the occasional agitations by “black power” advocates, race was never in the forefront.  While still a teenager, I went to Japan to live for an extended time. I learned to speak, read, and write Japanese. In my daily conversations with a mostly middle-aged to senior-citizen crowd—who were still deeply demoralized from their loss in World War II—I learned to cherish my Northern European heritage. The Japanese men schooled me on how Western man was the ideal world leader and Western woman the paragon of beauty.
 
I brought those concepts back to the United States and for the last 35 years I have been a tireless advocate for my people. I went to Harvard Law School and Columbia University School of Law and have practiced law since 1981. During those years, my office has been bombed and my life threatened.  Elected government officials have (without merit) called for me to be investigated for various felonies.  Lawyers have filed briefs with the courts excoriating me for my views. However, that is mostly old history now.  I am now seeing a measure of support and acceptance where only opprobrium existed before. Things are looking better. Things are looking up...... Read More....
 
 

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