It has come to our attention that Mark Patrick George, a former professor at Valdosta State University, is very, very upset with this website.
As some of you may recall, Professor George first popped up on our radar screen here in July when an article in Creative Loafing exposed his campaign to “end” public support for all Confederate monuments in Georgia. An activist backlash started to congeal across various pro-South Facebook groups and culminated when Professor George was terminated for misusing his VSU email account to engage in political activism.
We’ve known for several months now that Professor George is a self hating anti-Southern, anti-Christian, “anti-heterosexist” piece of shit, but it wasn’t until the last few days that the full extent of George’s “anti-racist work” came to light. Hating the South and Christianity usually tends to run together with hating White people.
Unbeknownst to us, Professor George had created a documentary with Tim Wise called “Whitewashed: Unmasking the World of Whiteness.” The documentary follows a bunch of White liberals around as they flagellate themselves over the wickedness of their “racism” and whiteness. It’s actually an excellent illustration why it is futile to deny the meaningless charge of “racism.”
Whenever Dr. Hill is accused of “racism,” he responds to the charge with a “so what” or “I don’t know,” and this is why. If you take the time to watch “Whitewashed,” you will find that it is mostly about ordinary White people who don’t consider themselves “racists,” but who are nevertheless treated as “racists” because of the existence of what is called “structural racism” or “institutional racism” means they nevertheless benefit from “white privilege” no matter what they do.
The Left is perpetually stretching the meaning of the term “racism” to encompass a broader range of thought, feelings, and behavior. There’s structural racism, institutional racism, white privilege, implicit racism, and even “microaggressions.” Studies have shown that newborn babies exhibit racial bias. Harvard University has an online implicit association test which teases out subconscious racist bias.
Watch this documentary. It illustrates why people are putting up billboards that simply say, “Anti-Racist Is a Code Word for Anti-White.” For Professor Mark Patrick George and others like him, “anti-racism” really is about hating White people, and their “anti-racist work” is about advancing non-Whites at the expense of Whites. By their own standards, even these hardcore anti-racist activists STILL consider themselves “racist” because they can never escape the original sin of being born White.
Note: Professor George, if you are reading this, check out our new #Secede billboard in South Georgia near Perry on I-75 North. It should be clearly visible to you on your way out of our fine state! When you finally arrive where you belong, you might want to look up Paul Bridges, the former mayor of Uvalda, GA.