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White Supremacist Brings Racist Filmmaker to Texas A&M

By Hatewatch Staff on March 18, 2013 - 2:04 pm, Posted in White Supremacist

In recent years, globetrotting white supremacist financier and organizer Preston Wiginton has appeared at racist skinhead gatherings (he won a “strongest skinhead” contest at Hammerfest in 2005); co-sponsored lectures with hate groups like the Council of Conservative Citizens and the Michigan State University chapter of Young Americans for Freedom; rallied racist skinheads in Russia (where he lives part of the year in an apartment rented from ex-Klan boss David Duke); and been denied entry to the UK to address a festival put on by the neo-fascist British National Party.

He’s a busy guy on the white supremacist circuit, so it’s no surprise that he’s organized yet another event. This time, Wiginton has called in racist filmmaker Craig Bodeker to show his film, A Conversation about Race, on the Texas A&M campus on March 20.

Bodeker is no slouch in white nationalist circles, either. His film, released as a DVD in 2008, is a 58-minute attempt to prove the thesis that racism is a bogus concept invented to oppress whites. To do that, he interviewed people he found through a Craigslist ad (ambiguously titled “Ending Racism Now”) and on a street corner in Denver, where he lives. When the people he interviews claim they see racism every day but don’t cite strong examples, Bodeker thus feels he can claim that racism doesn’t exist. He also asserts in the film that Latinos are deliberately taking away whites’ majority status, and he attempts to get his subjects to admit that black people commit more crime than white.

In spite of that, Bodeker continues to claim he’s not the one who’s racist, even though he has attended white nationalist events and given interviews to white nationalist media outlets, including The Political Cesspool, whose guests have included David Duke, neo-Nazi April Gaede, white nationalist Jared Taylor and anti-Semitic professor Kevin MacDonald.

Bodeker’s latest project is a group called the National Citizens League (NCL), apparently launched in 2012. The flyer for his upcoming Texas A&M appearance calls him the group’s founder. The NCL’s mission statement claims that its purpose is to increase public awareness about the efforts of “established media” and “bad government” to act against “our national interests” and how citizens can use visual media to “fight back.” The site serves as a platform for Bodeker’s film (you can watch it there), but nothing new has been posted since June of last year, according to the site archive.

The site also includes a video of Bodeker introducing the group in his affable way and some postings of videos of Bodeker’s “Race Report.” A visit to the NCL’s Facebook page reveals a lot more. There, you’ll see recent posts defending members of the Towson White Student Union (listed as a hate group by SPLC) who openly advocated segregation and defended slavery at the CPAC conference, a premier gathering of conservatives each year, with this description: “Governmedia in Panic – Someone Let A White American Address OUR INTERESTS AT CPAC!”

Other Facebook posts by the currently unknown NCL administrator include some that call non-white immigrants “invaders.” Another wants “Governmedia” to “Tell The Truth About ‘Diversity’” (it’s bad). Another asks “Why are Republicans so afraid of ‘appreciating’ AMERICA’S MAJORITY, that’s, well you, know, WHITE…?” Still another seems to suggest that there’s some kind of “ethnic cleansing” of whites from America and another asks anyone to name one benefit that Muslims bring to white countries. In another anti-Muslim post, the NCL administrator says that “Swedes Are Now Realizing They Were Wrong To Allow Muslim Immigration – When Will the Rest of the West…?” Preston Wiginton posted a response to that one, asking why Swedish men weren’t standing up for their women.

That’s par for Bodeker’s course: He has also posted offensive and inflammatory slurs on videos that other users have uploaded to YouTube. As user “Craigbe,” he has referred to black people as “monkeys,” used the anti-gay slur “fag,” and suggested that resigned black White House adviser Van Jones should be lynched.

For a man who claims not to be racist, he spends a lot of time proving otherwise. This week at Texas A&M will no doubt be more of the same.

  • Reynardine

    There is a Maureen Dana listed on the faculty of Sacramento City College, not Sacramento State, and the course appears to be one in Introductory English Literature, utilizing the Norton Anthology, not any kind of seminar on the Constipation (whoops) Explication of Poetry. Now, you want to tell us that story again?

  • Aron

    Awwww, did mean old Rey hurt Brocky’s feelings?

    Poor baby :(

  • Brock Henderson

    http://www.scc.losrios.edu/Sea.....tory/D.htm

    Find Dr. Maureen Dana, my current professor, and e-mail her that insult. I think she’ll tell you that the assignment she just gave me to explicate and comment upon the subtext and themes inherent in a poem is very essential to a modern-day understanding of English and poetry.

    Jerk.

  • Aron

    You claimed to be an ‘English major’ and then you recently claimed to have ‘just been accepted to Sac State.’

    One of those statements is a lie.

  • Reynardine

    In fact, Brock, I have studied poetry, in more than one language, in undergraduate and graduate classes, and belonged to two poetry groups, one of which I led. In academic terms, “poetry explication” means exactly nothing. Who do you think you are fooling?

  • Brock Henderson

    Ummm, no, Aron and Reynardine. I AM an English major. Studying poetry is a key part of English class curricula these days. What the hell are your grounds for calling me a liar in that case?

    aadila, I was serious, and not grandstanding in any way, when I asked for you to provide me with a link to a web page or something proving your assertion about the proper usage of “was” and “were.” I do enjoy learning new things. I’ll be more than happy to say that you are right and I am wrong if you can do so.

  • Reynardine

    ¡Poetry explication! ¡Besides everything else, you’re a pathological liar, too!

  • Aron

    Brock, but you already claimed to be an ‘English Major.’ Surely you wouldn’t be lying to us now, would you?

  • aadila

    Why not be a light unto yourself instead?

  • Brock Henderson

    I admit I’m not studying grammar right now in my current English class, but rather poetry explication. Care to provide a link or something to prove your case?

  • Erika

    aadila, its quite possible – and would explain a lot – that brock enjoys being spanked by women.

  • aadila

    My dearie, if you parse the sentence you will find that is not the case. Your phrase might be acceptable in informal use, but it is a grammatical muddle. I wouldn’t even point it out, except you brought it upon yourself when you confronted Ruslan over a typographical error instead of the pith of his comment. This is a debate about ideas, not about grammar, and you got spanked.

    Thank you, please come again.

  • Aron

    No Brock, you are still wrong. If you want to get hyper-correct about it, aadila was correct. You were wrong, despite using the more common syntax.

  • Brock Henderson

    Correction: You use the subjunctive “was” instead of “WERE” in such a case.

  • Brock Henderson

    I’m pretty sure that since the pronoun “who” immediately succeeds “you” in that sentence, it is basically the equivalent of the sentence “Who was telling me awhile back . . . ?” You use the subjunctive “was” instead of “who” in such a case, and so you do in my original sentence as well.

  • aadila

    “Hey, wasn’t it YOU who was telling me awhile back that I am American, not British?”

    Brock, for a self-styled English major picking nits over Ruslan’s homonyms, your grammar is atrocious. You should use the subjunctive. “Wasn’t it you who _were_ telling me…”

  • Ruslan Amirkhanov

    Apparently Brock’s never seen the process just for obtaining a tourist visa to the US.

  • Ruslan Amirkhanov

    Brock, do you know what the definition of “bring” means?

  • Reynardine

    Brock: Whose blood? Whose soil? What ancestors, and exactly which traditions? Answer like a man, instead of a weasel.

  • Brock Henderson

    Right, Ruslan. I’ll be waiting for you to show me a transcript of the Immigration Moratorium Act of 2013, which I’m sure is being debated in the U.S. House and Senate right now.

    Sometimes, depending upon what kind of people the immigrants in question are, yes I am in favor of intermarriage, which speeds up the assimilation process. When said groups of immigrants are brought to a country’s shores continuously, with no intention of the wave being ended, that cannot happen. Especially when the native people are not making their own babies at the rates the immigrants are.

  • Erika

    Rey, there is little question in my mind after reading the official National Hurricane Center report on Hurricane Katrina that the official narrative which the press gave of the collapse of the levees raises more questions than it answers.

    And btw, looking back at the report to confirm that i had the numbers right, i realized that i was wrong about something – Katrina was actually a Category 3 storm at landfall and some recent NHC documents show it as being a Category 2 storm at landfall. i was right about its strength in New Orleans – highest recorded sustained windspeed was 60 knots at Lakefront Airport which is tropical storm stength

    And on a completely different note, it seems that Brock Henderson has removed any doubt about what his real political affliation is – he is most definitely a “Know Nothing” Now he needs to visit the Antebellum Department of Princess Erika’s Guilded Age Fashions so he can look the part.

  • Ruslan Amirkhanov

    Brock, in the future I agree with others that you need to say what you are “for, completing articulating exactly what sort of society you want to live in instead of using terms like “blood-and-soil” conservative. Which blood and which soil?

    Oh BTW: “1) brings immigrants in en masse with no intention of ever instituting a moratorium, and 2) encourages those groups of immigrants to MAINTAIN their ethnic, racial, and/or religious identities in a form of antagonistic competition with the native citizens, there is only one kind of plan or operation at work: the DESTRUCTION of that nation of people – by their own government. ”

    The government does not do 1 or 2. Moreover, doing the opposite of 2 would mean encouraging acculturation and even intermarriage. Is that one of the things you’re for? I don’t see any reason for a government to encourage people to marry other people based on race or ethnicity, whether it’s a different one or the same.

  • Reynardine

    Brock: your ancestors are who? Your traditions are what? Your land is where? Whose blood, and whose soil? And yes, I recognize that phrase.

  • Brock Henderson

    Reynardine, my ancestors, their traditions, and the land they lived on, are a few things I am “for.” I am a blood-and-soil conservative. I appreciate you asking that. Soon enough you might be able to open your mind and separate that notion from the images you have always wrongheadedly associated with it – such as a man beating and kicking or murdering his wife or slave, right?

  • Brock Henderson

    “Wrong? Why is it wrong, professor?”

    Because you’re trying to misidentify a finished product by the ways and means used to create it. You can’t use a pile of logs of wood to sit at a dinner table. You can cut, sand, and polish the wood to create a chair, and that chair is the end result. Not the trees, or the logs of wood that came from them, but the chair made from that wood is what you sit on at the dinner table.

    Now let’s clarify the vagaries, and eschew usage of nebulous and skewed terms, or misnomers. I am willing to admit to a fault in the arguments made by my fellow rightist compatriots: Diversity and multiculturalism are not the right words for what they are lambasting so tirelessly. After all, when a country brings in immigrants – something ALL of them do at some point in time – it brings new cultures to its shores. Now, anti-assimilationism, that’s a term that’s more on target. A little more of a mouthful, but accurate.

    When the ruling class controlling a government and its institutions 1) brings immigrants in en masse with no intention of ever instituting a moratorium, and 2) encourages those groups of immigrants to MAINTAIN their ethnic, racial, and/or religious identities in a form of antagonistic competition with the native citizens, there is only one kind of plan or operation at work: the DESTRUCTION of that nation of people – by their own government.

    Oh yeah, right, I have been beaten intellectually. I love how you gave some SPECIFIC EXAMPLES when you said that.

    Pathetic.

  • Reynardine

    Erika, I have thought that myself. Furthermore, if the press had not finally been horrified enough by the sight of the dying, the dead, and the decomposing to find some journalistic spine, we might well have seen a case of urbicide by malign neglect.

  • Erika

    Sam, quit watching Fox News becaues they are completely misinforming you (the fact that you repeat the canard about there being half of the population being supported by those who work removes all doubt). You probably also think its fair that plutocrats like Mitt Romney pay a much lower percentage of his income in taxes than the average middle class family as a reward for all of the jobs that they create in China.

    And perhaps you are unaware that like many large cities, New Orleans has public transportation (its not like the streetcars of New Orleans are famous or anything). In many large cities with public transportation, many people do not have cars. Cars are expensive luxury items when you can get to work, shopping, and entertainment, using public transportation or walking. When i lived in Arlington, VA i didn’t have a car for quite a while and i was making really good money. While a car is not an essential to live in a big city, not having a car makes evacuation difficult.

    and one thing to also remember – New Orleans has gone a very long time without ever getting directly hit by a hurricane. In fact, i believe that New Orleans has never ever been hit by a recorded major hurricane (and i think that the last direct hit of New Orleans by a hurricane was in the 19th century). Katrina, in fact, actually pretty much missed New Orleans (the highest recorded winds there were at most a very weak Category 1 strength – as opposed to in Mississippi where the winds were Category 4) and would have been pretty minor had the levies not broke. Remember the initial news report following Katrina s from New Orleans that there was little damage, little flooding, and they dodged a bullet? Then the levies broke and made me very glad that i didn’t go to Tulane.

    So in Katrina you really had three factors – one was that the storm was (accurately) forecast to basically miss New Orleans which led some people to decide to ride out the storm rather than leaving. Two, you had a large number of people who couldn’t leave due to not having transportation so their only option was to take shelter in public shelters. Three, you had relatively little damage from Katrina itself, but you then had the levies break after the storm had left due to the rainfall and all of the water flowing down the Mississippi.

    And btw, because of the inability of many people to evacuate as well as the general vulernability of the city, it was predicted before Katrina that if a major (Category 3 or higher) hurricane ever hit New Orleans, it would kill probably 100,000 people. That almost happened in 1969 when Hurricane Camille (the most powerful recorded hurricane to ever hit the mainland U.S. (some argue that the 1935 Florida Keys hurricane was more powerful (it had higher recorded winds) but that was on the Florida Keys rather than the mainland – and Camille had the lowest ever recorded pressure which is another measure of hurricane power), Camile was forecast to directly strike New Orleans – it veered off at the last minute and hit Mississippi with the force of an atomic bomb. Had Camille not veered, New Orleans probably would have been as devestated as Galveston was in the 1900 hurricane.

    Of course, you’d actually have ot know something about New Orleans’ history with hurricanes (including remembering that until the levees broke, New Orleans was considered to have gotten through Katrina without a major hit and that many stations in New Orleans recorded at most tropical force force winds*) to understand that what happened after (not during) Katrina was always something which people knew could happen, but wasn’t necessarily expected to happen during that storm.

    And when you’re actually learning something about what happened before and in the immediate aftermath of Katrina, be sure to look up the 1927 Mississippi River flood where they blew up the levees in a poor area to save New Orleans – and then note that several witnesses reported hearing large explosions before the levees failed during Katrina – could be that was the sound of them breaking under the weight of water. But one has to admit, the flooding of New Orleans, vast incompetency by the Bush administration that a complicit media blamed on the state and local government, and the chance to rebuilt it using many Neo-Con ideas (and without most of the poor people) does seem to have worked out a bit too well for the Bush people and their corporate backers (as well as the fact that they did it in 1927) does make it impossible to dismiss the conspiracy of intention destruction of the levees of New Orleans completely.

    * that isn’t to say that tropical storm force winds aren’t extremely powerful and extremely scary. But the fact remains that at Louis Armstrong and the waterfront the highest record winds in New Orleans during Katrina were only about 70 miles per hour)

  • Reynardine

    Brock, why don’t you tell us exactly what you’re *for*?

  • Ruslan Amirkhanov

    “THEIR, Ruslan? Really?? You can thank me, an English major, for helping you out here a little bit: The word you’re looking for is “there.” Now it’s time for another lesson, silly little boy. Class is in session!”

    Wow, all that studying for your English degree and all you can do is point out a common typo. Good work. In any case I suspected you weren’t a history major.

    “In spite of what your Communist teachers might have told you, there are more dimensions to human existence than the individual and the state.”

    No Communist would have said that.

    “That’s why I did not, for one moment, say that there cannot be multiple cultures in one STATE. In fact I said the exact opposite, that history is replete with multicultural STATES. Some have kept the interethnic, interlinguistic, or intercultural tensions at bay for a time, sometimes a very long time. But of course, eventually . . .”

    But eventually..what? Just because a state doesn’t last means…what, exactly?

    ” There are no multicultural NATIONS!! Get it? You do understand that, don’t you? A NATION of people is at the very least separate from and sometimes antagonistic towards the STATE which governs them. One culture defines one real and authentic nation of people. Where there are observably different cultures, you are experiencing different nations of people, no matter whether you’ve crossed the border of one completely sovereign state into another.”

    Okay if we’re speaking about nations, and your definition seems closer to say, Josef Stalin’s criteria for nationhood, you might have a point. But there are a couple problems with that. First of all, the shared or common culture of one nation may often derive from another culture or nation. Oftentimes its some kind of amalgamation. That is true about nations themselves too. Many nations both young and old were created by the consolidation of various other nations or tribes. Germany is a recent example, and anyone who tries to claim that German culture is monolithic is simply an idiot.

    “So one nation borrowing its culture from another, or growing from that original culture, to create itself, makes it MULTI-cultural? Guess what, Ruslan?

    WRONG!”

    Wrong? Why is it wrong, professor?

    “Humans evolved from apes, but now we are humans.”

    No we did not evolve from apes, we share a common ancestor with them.

    “By the time of the Caesars, Rome was Rome. Greece was Greece.”

    But who actually defines exactly what “Rome” or “Greece” was?

    “I MUST make this person think I have beaten him intellectually! I MUST!”

    Brock, you have been beaten intellectually, by pretty much everyone on this board.

  • Brock Henderson

    Ruslan, did I claim to be a Christian? I think all I’ve explicitly said is just to simply extol the virtues of the faith. But I won’t try to obfuscate the subject. Yes, I am, but I am a bad one right now. Proselytizing Christianity is the last thing I’m here to do anyway.

  • Brock Henderson

    Pam, take your meds, switch to decaf, and get an education. You know nothing.

  • Brock Henderson

    Aron, while it is true that present-day American race relations are a far cry from their 1880s-1920s nadir, they are NOT fantastic. They are not even good. Black people vote en bloc for the Democratic Party for a reason. The same one that caused them to cheer like brainwashed idiots when Congressman Andre Carson of Indianapolis, IN announced to a crowd of them that today’s Republican Party politicians and their voters want to see black people hanging by nooses from trees. The same one that caused crowds of them in October 1995 to cheer when they heard the O.J. verdict. The same one that prompts them to start MLKJ marches down the major streets of major cities every late January on his holiday, with about enough white people to fill up a hot tub participating along with them.

  • Brock Henderson

    “and thus it is impossible for their to be multiple cultures in one state”

    THEIR, Ruslan? Really?? You can thank me, an English major, for helping you out here a little bit: The word you’re looking for is “there.” Now it’s time for another lesson, silly little boy. Class is in session!

    In spite of what your Communist teachers might have told you, there are more dimensions to human existence than the individual and the state. That’s why I did not, for one moment, say that there cannot be multiple cultures in one STATE. In fact I said the exact opposite, that history is replete with multicultural STATES. Some have kept the interethnic, interlinguistic, or intercultural tensions at bay for a time, sometimes a very long time. But of course, eventually . . .

    So that is why I made one completely different point which you misrepresented, deliberately, I’ll bet: There are no multicultural NATIONS!! Get it? You do understand that, don’t you? A NATION of people is at the very least separate from and sometimes antagonistic towards the STATE which governs them. One culture defines one real and authentic nation of people. Where there are observably different cultures, you are experiencing different nations of people, no matter whether you’ve crossed the border of one completely sovereign state into another.

    So one nation borrowing its culture from another, or growing from that original culture, to create itself, makes it MULTI-cultural? Guess what, Ruslan?

    WRONG!

    Humans evolved from apes, but now we are humans. And our closest present-day simian relatives are just that. By the time of the Caesars, Rome was Rome. Greece was Greece. No matter that the former came from the latter’s womb. Hey, wasn’t it YOU who was telling me awhile back that I am American, not British? We seemed to agree back then. Or do you just habitually say anything that comes to your mind as a rebuttal when you become extremely alarmed, thinking “I MUST make this person think I have beaten him intellectually! I MUST!”

    Aron, wow. Your sheltered, privileged, silver-spoon life is showing. Everything is OK in China, and race relations are good in America . . . . I appreciate the good laugh! I myself could never make that crap up!

  • concernedcitizen

    @Sam: you stated:
    “but during Katrina allowed themselves to be corralled into a dark stadium like cattle, secure in the false promise that the Government will always find a way to take care of them.”

    It is perplexing to me how any human brain could come up with something this irrational. But everyone can see it here that you indeed posted it for us all to read.

    The buses were gone, there was no way out, flood waters were everywhere. It was a natural disaster. They were given shelter at a location that was the safest place to set up a shelter.

    One day if you are ever caught in a natural disaster of that magnitude you will be praying for a safe shelter.

  • Ruslan Amirkhanov

    This is now the proper response to any comment by Brock: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hfYJsQAhl0

  • Sam Molloy

    Aron, Thanks for opening a door to some new information. So far I have learned that the ancient Persians worshipped Mazda. However the Christian Bible says that the Disciples were in one Accord.

  • Sam Molloy

    We’re getting way off topic here. I simply believe the original American ideas of personal freedom, personal responsibility and very limited government are more “progressive” than Socialism, Communism, or Feudalism. What I prefer was actually called Liberalism when the Magna Carta started the people’s march away from the power of the Crown and Church. In practice, natural disasters, catastrpohic illnesses and Air Traffic Control are good examples of what the Government should take care of. Taxing half the income of the half of the people that work to pay for the other half of the population to have babies, do drugs and watch TV is not Progressive to me.

  • Aron

    Brock, aside from the Tibetans and the Uhygurs, everything seems pretty OK. Not that you would admit it.

    And race relations here in the US are fantastic. Sure there is tension, but a lot less than you’d admit.

    Still waiting for you to form your micronation.

  • Reynardine

    Tempore perpetuo cum bene, I meant to say

  • Reynardine

    Brock: nihil durare potest tempore cum bene. Especially not brain omelettes.

  • Ruslan Amirkhanov

    Thanks for clarifying the nature of your idiocy, Brock. At first I wasn’t sure what you were blearghing about, but now I see the child logic behind your argument: States which contained more than one culture did not remain indefinitely, ergo the fact that they contained different cultures must be the sole reason why they collapsed and thus it is impossible for their to be multiple cultures in one state. Yup, pretty idiotic indeed.

    Now let’s correct your idiocy a little bit. First of all, when you speak of the culture of Rome, you are speaking of a culture which inherited that of classical Greece, adding their own elements to it. The fact that the Roman empire didn’t last indefinitely doesn’t support your statement at all. In fact even the nations which would sack Rome admired Roman culture and tried to assimilate it. Same thing with China throughout its history(barbarians from the north becoming enamored with Chinese culture).

    Also when you speak of the various nations of the former Soviet Union, you display the typical ignorance of Westerners on the subject. Many of those former republics were never nation states in their entire history. When you see modern-day Ukraine, that is a creation of the USSR, not a continuation of some old “Ukrainian” state. Even the use of the word Ukrainian as an identifier dates back to the late 19th century. In any case, look at what has happened in Eastern Europe since the fall of the USSR, it is clear that the multicultural state was desirable compared to countless postage-stamp states with romantic, albeit false histories.

    You are also multicultural, Brock. You claim to be a Christian, and Christianity comes out of the Middle East. You speak a variety of English not used in Europe. I think if you take stock of your life, you will find all kinds of influences from diverse cultures.

    Now get angry and stamp your feet some more.

  • Brock Henderson

    Ruslan, did Rome and the Caesars contain the cultures of Italy, Gaul, Francia, Lombardy, and Germania successfully and perpetually? Did Slavs, Greeks, and Turks live in one Byzantine nation-state forever? How about those Tsarist Russians and their other cultures of the Ukrainians, Belarusians, Baltics, and Poles? Why, wouldn’t you know it, all or at least most of those ethnic groups have separate nation-states now.

    Oh, and you’re actually Ukrainian or Russian, not Ukrainian- or Russian-AMERICAN! Didn’t see that one coming from somebody who has expressed such LOVE and RESPECT for AMERICA’s history and traditions. The SPLC has actually attracted attention from a real Soviet Union leftover loyalist. They must be so proud of themselves.

    Aron, tell that to a Tibetan.

  • Ruslan Amirkhanov

    Brock, do you have any hilarious it is for me when you lecture me(a person living in Europe) on European nations and culture? Let me break this down to you very simply: If you claim that European nations are not, or were not, multicultural, you might as well be flat out saying “I don’t know jack about Europe.”

    That’s what you’ve done Brock. You’re not going to trick me into thinking that you actually know something about Europe, because you’ve disproved that idea a long time ago.

  • John

    Pam, how dare you say whites will have to pay for their “crimes”? I highly doubt people such as Erika and the other caring, non-racist whites who post on here will make amends for things they didn’t do and rightfully so, silly girl..

  • Aron

    Hey Brock,

    Look at China. They have roughly a dozen or more major cultures, and countless more minor ones.

    And they seem to be doing A-OK.

  • Brock Henderson

    Steeerike three! You’re out, Ruslan. You make sure and bring basic knowledge about nationhood to the table next time you want to start a debate, silly little boy. Yes, a nation can be multilingual, as the very peaceful country of Switzerland demonstrates. But multicultural? Well, yes, the old empires of Europe contained many different cultures within them. And what happened to them, Ruslan? One nation cannot perpetually and peacefully contain more than one culture, not for very long. Try again, silly!

  • Aron

    Sam, I wasn’t joking. Zoroastrianism is a real thing. People still practice it.

    Look up the connection between Zoroaster and Star Wars.

    And Brock, the real reason I would never debate him is because like you, Taylor would never admit when he is wrong or has been bested. You are both True Believers.

  • Reynardine

    Well, Brock, *those* organizations make you feel hated? What a sissy little shrinking violet you are! Before you ever again accuse Erika of not being a real woman, why don’t you try being a real man?

  • A.D.M.

    “@Sam Molloy: The government is SUPPOSED to take care of it’s citizens during a NATURAL DISASTER” – Chris Harper

    Apparently, Sam is too stupid to know that.

  • A.D.M.

    “Mmmmm . . . nope, that’s going to be strike two. I was on the fence for a minute, because a country CAN be multicultural per se, insofar as there can be, say, a few small concentrated areas within said country which listen to a type of music or use a type of eating utensils different from the rest of the country . . . but as for the countries with truly stark differences between different regions, how funny it is that they never seem to last. Belgium surely will not make it to its 200th birthday.

    You’ve got one strike left, Comrade. Seems so far that the Left doesn’t want to have an honest and open conversation about race, as the leftist I’m talking to right now seems to prefer fantasies and falsehoods over facts.” – Brock Henderson

    Actually, European nations have always been multicultural because different nationalities settled or invaded other countries like France did to Spain in the Napoleonic Wars. That’s a strike against you, Duke.

    “Ruslan, there are some things that are so obvious that no amount of Liberal propaganda will wash away. None of the myriad problems in Black neighborhoods are my fault, and you should look for actual causes instead of pulling the excuse barge any further. Black employment percentages exceeded White levels in 1930. Two parent homes were near White levels of 80% in 1960. Black people built New Orleans, but during Katrina allowed themselves to be corralled into a dark stadium like cattle, secure in the false promise that the Government will always find a way to take care of them. I say again, and many Blacks are starting to realize, the failed, racist Liberal plans for saving them are their largest problem today.” – Sam Molloy

    I swear this guy is a joke. What were the people of New Orleans, who were not all black, supposed to do? You seem to have all the answers. Where are your sources? Your comments concerning the black population is starting to make me think you’re JasonAnnieEzra.