Saturday, January 16, 2016

Standard slander

In the unlikely event that you needed a reminder of the abysmal state of journalistic standards in modern America, in this standard-length Washington Post article on Jared Taylor's robocalls in support of Donald Trump in Iowa, the WaPo writer uses the phrase "white supremacist" an astounding five times. This despite the fact that Taylor disavows the term and doesn't advocate anything that can be fairly described as "white supremacy".


Anonymous said...

By that defintion, it would be OK if I was governed by blacks or muslims? I don't think so. I think a white society should have mostly white leaders. Merkel is one of the worst chancellors, but a muslim woman wearing a headscarf being chancellor in Germany would be too much for me to bear. There are actually libtards in Germany advocating this.

Black Death said...

Well, OK, but the WaPo writers, like all good liberals, believe that there are only two types of people in the world - those who agree with them, and racists. End of discussion.

Audacious Epigone said...


Supremacy implies some sort of hierarchical structure with a conspicuous racial gradient. That is, actually, closer to what we have now than what Taylor and AmRen want. They want separatism. You have yours, I'll have mine. Nothing supremacist about it.

Black Death,

Indeed, it's become so blase now that I hesitate to even bother pointing it out.