Racism Review: White Supremacists Favor Obama over McCain? A Weird Election?

Racism Review

White Supremacists Favor Obama over McCain? A Weird Election?

The world of U.S. racism and U.S. politics has its very weird aspects.Esquire magazine reports on their recent interviews with several leaders of white supremacist groups.
Here is the infamous Tom Metzger, director of the White Aryan Resistance:

The corporations are running things now, so it’s not going to make much difference who’s in there, but McCain would be much worse. He’s a warmonger. He’s a scary, scary person–more dangerous than Bush. Obama, according to his book, Dreams Of My Father, is a racist and I have no problem with black racists. I’ve got the quote right here: ‘I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s white race.’ The problem with Obama is he’s being dishonest about his racial views. I’d respect him if he’d just come out and say, ‘Yeah, I’m a black racist.’ I don’t hate black people. I just think it’s in the best interest of the races to be separated as much as possible. See, I’m a leftist. I’m not a rightist. I hate the transnational corporations far more than any black person.

So, a white-racist thinker hates transnational firms more than an African American Senator or President, but must portray him as a “black racist” in order to come to his view. This seems pretty schizophrenic, if typical of much white supremacist thinking. Then the Esquire story quotes the head of the Imperial Klans and a few other white supremacist leaders who offer mixed reviews of the campaign. A couple seem glad that Obama is about to be elected, as in their view that will fuel the white supremacist movement and move whites into their organizations.

I was interviewed by a Canadian reporter this morning, who had talked with David Duke, former Klan leader and Louisiana state representative, and Duke told him he thought half of all whites would be upset that Obama is elected and thus move toward the white supremacist camp.

And the media are doing stories about the “end of racism” and on “no racial effects” in this campaign? Really?

What do you think?

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3 Responses

  1. Barack hussien obama is not a black racist. He is a communist but I guess we all will be soon.
    I will miss the american dream. I guess all just be a lazy moochie like all the people who voted for him are. Doesn’t same very rewarding but thats the New America huh?

  2. Obama is a symbol of the new world order of racial integration. A multi racial, uni cultural future for the world. A symbol of the end of suppression of Africa and the start of capitalising on the continent’s huge potential both in highly talented individuals and huge material wealth. China has been onto this for a while now. Africa can now save the West…

  3. barack hussein obama is not a black racist or a communist…he is the president elect of the united states of america! i think that remarks like those made by joe america are the expression of what is ripping this nation apart.
    the only way joe america will miss america is if he keeps his eyes closed in the ignorant thought pattern that fueled his remarks. obama is the american dream! i guess in joe’s american dream he didn’t dream in color.
    i voted for obama, and i am in no way a “lazy moochie.” i am a 30 year old full-time working wife and mother of 2 who has just recently returned to school (i have a bachelor’s degree in biology) and am currently double enrolled in 2 college programs so that i can make a better life for my children than i had. i have been working since i was 14 years old and throughout most of that time i was in school and/or working 2 jobs. my husband has a bachelor’s in business management and works full-time as well. we make a moderate income and our bills are paid, but in today’s economy our dollars don’t go nearly as far as they once did. it is a shame when you work so hard and see little return…and that is who the middle class family is today.
    so you see, mr. america…we are america too. your idea of who the obama supporters are sickens me, because he won in a landslide…that means america supports him, therefore making it your opinion of the majority of america. where is your loyalty and your patriotism…maybe your are the communist!

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