Paul Kersey As The Charles Bronson Of Race
August 22, 2011, 09:52 PM
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Kathy SHaidle has a Takimag column about Paul Kersey, who wrote Captain America, Marvel Comics’ PC Makeover, And The Tuskegee Libel here recently. Kathy writes

 "Paul Kersey” was the name of Charles Bronson’s character in Death Wish (1974), the “vigilante” classic about an ordinary man who avenges an attack on his family by picking off the criminal lowlifes plaguing his city.

Our hero can only continue his crusade if he remains anonymous. That makes “Paul Kersey” the perfect nickname for an American author and blogger who is secretly waging his own war.

... “If there is one thing I’ve learned from doing [his web page, Stuff Black People Don't Like - SBPDL ],” he tells me, “there is a huge base of people out there (conservative, libertarian, Democrat, Republican, atheist, Jew, Christian, etc.) that is tired of Black-Run America. If one conservative would say ‘no more’ to one of these members of organized blackness when they try and shake them down, you’d see a star made overnight.”

That star won’t be Kersey, however. Like his fictional namesake and the superheroes he writes about, Kersey plans to remain anonymous:

“I’m young—27—and have family members to protect.”

That's because he doesh't have a "Death Wish."