For those who don’t know about Bob’s mantra, here’s the link to the extended version:
Here’s the short version;
“Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”
I see the mantra on comment boards everywhere, and so I urge readers of this post to make sure to put the mantra on at least a couple of comment boards a week. There’s a huge contingent of discontented, racially aware Whites who are not part of the WN movement. We want them to start repeating the mantra. At this link I spotted the elusive Bobmantra:
And here’s a couple of white haters who find the mantra rather frightening:
Posted by Faye Kane on December 28, 2009 at 3:17 AM | Report this comment
This crock was cooked up by a parent representative who has no freaking idea how the school actually runs itself. The reality is that students at BHS all take science courses regardless of ethnic background. Cutting them would hurt EVERYONE. By all means try to help disadvantaged students but shrinking curriculum is not the way to do it.
Also the racist morons in this comment section harping about whites being inherently superior or the right-wing racist myth about anti-racism being ‘anti-white’ need to remove their heads from their posteriors post-haste.
Posted by Some Fella on December 28, 2009 at 4:01 AM | Report this comment
“The unabashed racism in these comments is absolutely disgusting”
I think the worst and most insidious popular form of racism these days is to claim that being anti-racist is ‘anti-white.’ It’s a horrible and cowardly way of sneaking in one’s prejudice by projecting it onto the victims and critics of prejudice. Rather than debate someone on even terms to work towards a solution benefitting everyone let’s mislabel the opponents of racism ‘racists.’ If we’re Glenn Beck we can even claim that a half-caucasian president largely raised by 2 loving caucasian parents is a ‘racist’ who ‘hates white culture.’
It’s absolutely disgusting to see openly racist attitudes pretending to claim that their victims are the ‘real racists.’ It’s cowardly, pathetic, insidious, and a divisive cancer on dialogue regarding seeking cooperative solutions for fighting against racism. It does wonders to sell books and boost ratings for racists like Glenn Beck though. And it makes me want to puke.