Just when you think you have seen them at their lowest, the white-wing conservatives drop the bar even further.
Yes, the white wing is in fact a faction the right wing. As much as they attempt to appear otherwise, their true values were shown at the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C.
On the CPAC program was the panel “The Failure of Multiculturalism: How the Pursuit of Diversity Is Weakening the American Identity.”
It was hosted by Robert Vandervort, ex-leader of a white nationalist group and his fellow white nationalist Jared Taylor. Another panelist, the head and founder of the white nationalist group VDARE, Peter Brimilow, is author of “Jews Are Weakening America’s Historic White Majority” and “A White Nation for White People,” among other noble observations, and was lauded by U.S. Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa).
It begs the question: With conservatives welcoming such overt racism, how can anyone of conscience especially of color, including the 14 black congressmen running for office, not know they are looked down upon as inferior beings?
It can only be that the wily feel there is an advantage being a big fish in the Republican Party’s exclusive pond, as opposed to an equal fish in the Democrat’s inclusive pond.
It is pitiful that after all the progress made in our country through time, there are those attempting to “take our country back.”
Yes, back to the most shameful periods of our history.
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