Race Course Against White Supremacy VI
On page 46 of his Race Course Against White Supremacy the Grand Wizard of Equality, Bomber Billy Ayers pontificates in his Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Whereas disregard and contempt for human rights have resulted in barbarous acts which have outraged the conscience of mankind… Yes, quite right Bomber. Are we referring to ancient times when Genghis Khan trampled the world beneath his feet; or Tamerlane beheaded whole cities of a hundred thousand, men, women and children, or more modern times when Idi Amin performed his miracles of outragessness, or Bob Mugabe gloated over the killing rate of the Matabeles, or perhaps Chairman Mao’s extermination of whole races or peoples?
Yes, those are horrible things but what do they have to do with White Supremacy which seems to be the burden of your, dare I say, racist book?
The Bomber continues ‘…and the advent of a world in which human beings shall enoy freedom of speech and belief and freedom from fear and want has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the common people.’
Oh, Bomber, I’ve heard that one before. Yes, yes. That was proclaimed by a political ancestor of yours, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. And a darned clever speech it was too. Inspired Norman Rockwell to paint one of his most famous pictures, I believe. Darn good picture too. Captured the whole, entire essence of FDR’s proclamation. Quite believed by the majority of common Americans too. And acted on.
But Bomber, how do you square freedom of speech with the laws against the free discussion of the holocaust that your cohorts are enforcing around the world? It seems to me there’s a contradiction in there somewhere. Perhaps you believe that White people are not human and thus the Four Freedoms you speak of have no application to them? They’re outside the scope of your enquiry, so to speak.
It appears that your speech does not reflect your actions, dear boy. What do you call that, hypocrisy? Inconsistency? What? I don’t want to put words in your mouth, old boy.
It does seem to me that you’re talking bushwa, as we used to say in the Midwest, and should not be paid attention to. How can you proclaim a belief in freedom of speech when your protege in Washington there, The Great Black Hope, I forget his name just now, is shutting down freedom of speech on the internet. Lie is such a terrible word, but it does seem….you know?
I think you’ve got a conflict there, little fella. You should resolve that before you write your next book. Either say what you mean or mean what you say. Credibility issue, you know?