Thursday, August 15, 2013


On his personal blog, Crossroads, Brooks D. Simpson, Professor of History at Arizona State University, posts a list of items that he characterizes as a "heritage of hate."  On that list, he includes an earlier post on his blog featuring graphics I have made to counter multicultural lies. Below is one of them. I challenge ANYONE to find HATE in the graphic. Please post your findings, and why you consider them to be HATE in the comments. Thanks.

(Disclaimer: Since there is no hate in this graphic, and hate did not motivate the creating of it, finding hate in it doomed to failure. But, hey, give it your best shot!)


  1. Prefering to associate with White people.

    I prefer to associate with good people no matter the color.

  2. Corey: "Prefering to associate with White people."

    What's "hate" about a white person preferring to associate with white people?

  3. Corey: "I prefer to associate with good people no matter the color."

    That's in theory, right? I mean, how would you know in practice since there are hardly anything BUT white people where you live for you to associate with?

  4. Your responses prove Brooks and my views about you in one single swoop.


  5. You didn't point out any hate in my graphic. Preference is not hate.

    Try again.

    Your and Brooks' views are hooey.

  6. If I stare at it long enough and cross my eyes I see a unicorn and whale jumping in the clouds! Don't see no hate...

  7. Corey, to say that somebody who has a preference for something (or someone) hates everything (or everyone) else is ludicrous. If you really believe that, you need help. If you know it's not true but you say it anyway, you need to take your moral compass in for a cleaning and recalibration.


    1. to dislike intensely or passionately; feel extreme aversion for or extreme hostility toward; detest

    2. to be unwilling; dislike:

    3. to feel intense dislike, or extreme aversion or hostility.


    4.intense dislike; extreme aversion or hostility.

    5.the object of extreme aversion or hostility.


    1. loathe, execrate; despise. Hate, abhor, detest, abominate imply feeling intense dislike or aversion toward something. Hate the simple and general word, suggests passionate dislike and a feeling of enmity: to hate autocracy. Abhor expresses a deep-rooted horror and a sense of repugnance or complete rejection: to abhor cruelty; Nature abhors a vacuum. Detest implies intense, even vehement, dislike and antipathy, besides a sense of disdain: to detest a combination of ignorance and arrogance. Abominate expresses a strong feeling of disgust and repulsion toward something thought of as unworthy, unlucky, or the like: to abominate treachery.



    1. to set or hold before or above other persons or things in estimation; like better; choose rather than

    2. Law. to give priority, as to one creditor over another.

    3. to put forward or present (a statement, suit, charge, etc.) for consideration or sanction.

    4. to put forward or advance, as in rank or office; promote

    1. favor, fancy. 3. offer, proffer, tender.


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