January 15, 2010
This guy doesn’t get me at all. I’m not against white people… I’m just against white people who are against other people….
Kunstler and Whites
December 28, 2009 by Hunter Wallace
But, Mr. Kunstler does not want to get into a debate about what constitutes “white people who are against other people.” Is it white people who want to be able to exercise the right to free association, which was outlawed by the Civil Rights movement? Is it a white family that teaches their children to marry a spouse of their own race? Are immigration restrictionists part of Kunstler’s “white people who are against other people?” Is it whites who want to have the same right to ethnic advocacy that every other group, including Jews, have?
It is precisely avoiding this debate and keeping that definition of “bad” whites unclear that makes this throwaway line about “white people who are against other people” fundamentally dishonest. Mr. Kunstler simply does not want to go there.
That’s fine. He has every right to avoid the race issue and talk about the fiasco of suburbia. But he should not simply dismiss those of us who are having this discussion in a pro-white, ethnic interests context as “white people who are against other people.” He should acknowledge that he doesn’t go there, and leave it at that.