He recently posted this to me on Cousin Perfesser Brooks Simpson's Crossroads blawg. (I'm editing it slightly but only to add paragraph breaks, and remove non-pertinent "introductory" sentences, not to otherwise alter wording or meaning.)
I have read your exchanges with Hunter Wallace on his racist blog “Occidntal Dissent” and your replies to other commenters here on “Crossroads” however, and it is noteworthy that you have never taken an opportunity to disavow white supremacy.
I can easily imagine that Mr. Wallace would include you, as he has me, among those who are N****r Lover, and that I probably live in some “Whitetopia,” and should take my kids to live in a minority neighborhood, where I would learn that non-whites are evolutionarily inferior to whites, and have never created, nor been able to sustain a real “civilization.”
For anyone wondering what this “civilization” might be, I would refer you (yes, you, Connie, and anyone else who is not certain what this might mean) to the episodes of the documentary “Eyes on the Prize,” especially the ones featuring the murders of Emmitt Till and Medgar Evers, and Bull Connor turning the fire hoses on activists protesting white businesses that refused to hire blacks. Examples of “civilization” in the segregated American South.
For the record, Hunter Wallace accuses me of being a N****r Lover because I believe that African Americans are human beings, and should be accorded full civil rights, and treated with human dignity. Do you?
I await your disavowal of this, Mr. Wallace’s, style of racism.Waal, Mr. Ferguson, I have read your comments on Crossroads and elsewhere, and I find it is noteworthy that you have never taken an opportunity to disavow pedaphilia. I find it noteworthy that you have never taken the opportunity to disavow torture by the CIA and the U.S. military. I find it noteworthy that you have never taken the opportunity to disavow the U.S. government killing its own citizens (Waco, Ruby Ridge, Kent State). I find it noteworthy that you have never taken the opportunity to disavow Mike Nifong's attempted railroading of three innocent young men for rape.
You see, Ferguson, it isn't necessary to disavow support for everything one doesn't support. As long as one has not openly supported or advocated it, it can safely be assumed that one doesn't support it. Capisce?
This is particularly true of those who support Southern heritage, when so many people, such as yourself, attempt to conflate such support with racial hatred.... It is not incumbent upon Southern heritage advocate to "disavow white supremacy" as their lack of support for it should be sufficient. What's incumbent, Ferguson, is for you to not automatically conflate support of Southern heritage with support for white supremacy.
Your citing "examples of civilization in the segregated American South" (and the ones you cite) is itself an example ... an example of focusing on a small, worst segment and attempting to pass it off as the whole. Overall, segregation in the South was a not a positive experience; however, to totally define it as murder is a lie that, in my opinion, is motivated at least in part by hatred of white Southerners.
I don't believe in macro-evolution; I believe all human beings were made by God in His image (which, to my understanding, means possessing a soul that can exist in the dimension of timelessness we call eternity). As we used to sing in Sunday school, that means "red and yellow, black and white."
Satisfied, Mr. Ferguson? Good. Now you can run along to your NAMBLA meeting without worrying about my views on race....