As I’m sure you can tell from his ethnopolitics blog, James Edwards is famous for perceptive social commentary interspersed with laugh-out-loud one-liners. Now he has published his first book, and it is so entertaining and thought-provoking that it’s easy to lose track of the time while reading it. You can get an idea of what’s in store from the chapter titles alone, such as: “There’s a Pot of Black Republicans at the End of the Rainbow.”
There are many political books published that hinge on some aspect of a presidential administration. A select few of these hinge on a racial aspect, such as Steve Sailer’s America’s Half-Blood Prince. Racism, Schmacism is not the first book to poke holes in the ridiculous plaudits garnered by Obama as a race-transcending messiah, but it could very well be the best book of the genre because, in addition to this, it gives solid evidence that our people have been neutered by what Joseph Sobran calls semitically correct language.
The arch-enchanters wand!—itself a nothing!—
But taking sorcery from the master-hand
To paralyse the Cæsars, and to strike
The loud earth breathless!
Our language has been controlled through the media, and wresting control of it again is easier said than done. As Napoleon Bonaparte knew, “Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets.” But when the emperor parades down the boulevard naked, men of courage do not shrink from pointing out the obvious (excuse the puns), even when they must stand alone. Courage is the deciding factor. As Shakespeare observed in Hamlet, “many wearing rapiers are afraid of goosequills.”
Not James Edwards. He shows that, in the Age of Obama, the word “racism” still carries the same counter-intuitive definitions, and all the old double standards still apply. For instance, according to conventional wisdom, race exists merely as a social construct, which is to say that it is not real. But the government and media and courts expend a tremendous amount of time and energy and money to ensure that opinions about this thing that does not exist meet official approval. From the Census to the student body to the surgery room, race is of utmost importance. It is said that racial diversity is “our greatest strength,” so great and so strong as to require vigilant enforcement. As always, the challenge for liberals is to keep whites anaesthetized to their own dispossession, and if anything like the Tea Party movement arises, their job is to assuage the grumbling masses by steering reforms into the black hole of a political party owned and operated by the establishment. (See how the Republican Party succeeded in neutralizing anti-abortion dissent.) By doing so, they guarantee that whites are ashamed to be white and Christians are ashamed to act upon their faith in public, except when God’s help is needed for one of Israel’s wars.
This game plan was rather successful until the fabled post-racial future became the majority-minority present in these once-United States. Thus, Edwards begins his book with the ludicrous spectacle of John McCain dumping his bid for the presidency he long sought, for fear of being called a racist. McCain is representative of what our race has become. We are no longer blessed with men who stand on principle. Politicians today are as craven as the voters; they are made for each other. Obama’s accession to the White House is what naturally rushes in to the vacuum when white men take leave of their senses and backbones.
If we fail to turn this tide, we will be well on our way to extinction in 20 years, impotent and oppressed minorities in the country we inherited from our own brave fathers. Most of our kinsmen still fail to realize this, but with each passing year more of them become aware. The first thing they begin to realize is what Edwards has long preached: “A racist is a white person.” More specifically, a racist is one who:
1) is white,
2) loves being white,
3) loves the country he inherited from his ancestors,
4) wants his children and grandchildren to be like him and his ancestors, and
5) doesn’t believe that any of the above is replaceable.
If this is how our enemies define “racism,” let us revel in it. Let every man, woman, and child among us shout from the rooftops that we are proud racists! This is what our Southern ancestors did with the epithet “rebel.” To rebel against the rebellion against the Constitution is to be a rebel indeed. We too must choose between racism and patricide. Whether to triumph or not, we vow to stand with our race.
Many average folks came to realize that “a racist is a white person” when they saw that race was not finally vanquished by the election of Obama, as his supporters exulted. Instead of transcending race, Obama has proved that his whole life has been a quest to seek validation from his black kin. Discrimination against whites has only intensified. The Attorney General felt perfectly at ease in calling us a race of cowards, despite the fact that we have bled ourselves dry to accommodate and assimilate diversities. White people who thought that electing Obama would end their status as second-class citizens have had a rude awakening. Even Rep. Steve King of Iowa (the state where early white support for Obama ended Hillary Clinton’s campaign) is stating publicly that Obama favors the black race.
It is crucial that this book be placed in the hands of such people. It will be to them like a light cutting through the fog. But it is about much, much more than politics. It explores the differences in how whites and non-whites think. For instance, jokes are regularly considered “hate speech” when told by whites. “Hate crimes” are designed to be charged overwhelmingly to whites. The double standards continue to exist because of the tendency of whites to comply with the law even when it is biased against them, and because of the steadfast desire of non-whites to bias the law in their favor. One side is ethical to its own hurt while the other is unashamedly unethical.
Liberals and conservatives alike get very upset when they hear certain words of old that are believed to have unfairly kept minorities “in their place.” Edwards has done a great service by showing that the word “racist” is now designed to keep white people in their place. It is a “slur directed at white people in order to shame us into voting, believing or behaving a certain way.” The old words are verboten, but the new, undefinable word “racist” (first used by Communists) is considered perfectly acceptable, from the pulpit to the classroom to the workplace.
Edwards documents stories from recent years that seem almost unbelievable, but they are all too shockingly true. Such weighty matters of life and death could be ponderous and gloomy in the hands of another writer, but the style of James Edwards is to laugh in the face of the devil (i.e., the SPLC), to mock him, to dare him to make a move. Even in the face of our demise as a people, Edwards is light-hearted and carefree, or so his prose indicates. He understands the art of war. He drives his enemies mad by deriding them as fools. They can’t stop talking about him. In recent weeks, he has drawn the ire of MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann and Media Matters. He has scooped the entire, big-budget mainstream media. Well-funded anti-white hate groups have teams dedicated to monitoring his every move. And still he laughs. He is inspiring white men and women everywhere to reclaim their birthright. We believe his first book (the first of many, we hope) makes an excellent case that the charge of “racism” has lost its sting. Let’s spread the word that we are no longer intimidated, James Edwards least of all.
Radio, web, print… When will he have a TV show?