Sailer In CHRONICLES: Anti-White Racism—The Hate That Dare Not Speak Its Name
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The Hate That Dare Not Speak Its Name

The right’s unwillingness to mount a coherent defense against racist anti-white animus encourages the left to keep it up.

One of the most important but least mentioned developments over the last 10 to 12 years has been the growth in respectability of anti-white hate. …

Why has racist enmity against whites become so acceptable? There are multiple reasons, but I think the most important driver is that the grand strategy of the Democratic Party has become to exploit the growing diversity of the American electorate to construct a Coalition of the Fringes. The less you demographically resemble George Washington, Ben Franklin, or John Adams, the more likely you are to vote Democratic. Pitting the increasing margins of American society against its core has been reasonably successful for the Democrats: they’ve won a plurality of votes in seven of the last eight presidential elections.

But you can also see the obvious problem with this ploy: how exactly do you unite black church ladies, transgenders, Asian immigrants, movie executives, academics, blue-collar Hispanics, gays, and so forth? The only solution Democrats and their affiliates in the press have come up with has been to stoke resentment and animus among Fringe Americans toward Core Americans (whites, men, straights, the married, homeowners, and so forth).

Granted, there’s a ruthless logic to the Democrats’ tactics. But those tactics are also hard to defend ethically.

Importing ringers from abroad to vote for you is bad enough, but then encouraging racist animus toward other Americans to keep your ramshackle alliance from turning on itself is even worse.

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