I don't have much respect in general for anyone who would write in to one of these crypto jew "advice columnist" know it alls in the first place, but, at least on a primal level, this woman knows that miscegenation is wrong, even as she must reflexively offer up the disclaimer of "I'm not a racist, but..."
White women, and especially young girls, are under enormous pressure to conform to the directive that they open their legs for any non-White savage who approaches them lest they be deemed "racist." Here, in this column, the guilt is laid on pretty thick in my opinion. Men and women of all races pass over each other for a whole host of superficial reasons, but the one that is perhaps the most important of all, the continuation of your unique European heritage and identity with a compatible partner, is scoffed at as something less than noble. "What, you want to be with your own kind and produce children that look like you while at the same time having a stable life and a sustainable future?! You rayciss!!!"
It is not enough for the multi-kult sadists like this "columnist" to have this woman adopt a "live and let live, to each his own" view of the whole mess. No, she must surrender fully to the race mixing agenda and partake of it herself. Anything less is "racist."
Dear Carolyn: Some friends of mine had been talking up this guy they thought would be perfect for me, so I finally went on a blind date with him. It turns out he's black, and while I am not racist and have no problem with interracial dating in general, it's not for me. I just prefer to date white guys.
I told my friends why I wouldn't be seeing him again, and they were, shockingly, horrified. Did I miss something here? I know interracial dating is more prevalent now than it used to be, but I didn't realize it was so common that you get in trouble if you don't want to do it. I figured if I'm the one who needs a kick in the pants, you're the perfect person to give it to me, but I'm hoping you'll tell me I'm right, that no one should have to date anyone they don't want to.
Carolyn says: You're right -- no one should have to date anyone s/he doesn't want to.
And your friends are right, too -- they shouldn't have to pretend they're not horrified by something they find morally repugnant.
And you're right, interracial dating is more prevalent now, but its prevalence here is the cart; the issue here is the horse.
More people date interracially because more people realize that the only alternative to being racist is to judge each person as a person.(We iz all eekwals afta all!)
Your decision not to date this man wasn't about his character or lack thereof, it wasn't about his sex appeal or lack thereof, it wasn't about his intellect or lack thereof, it wasn't about his sense of humor or lack thereof, it wasn't about his work ethic or lack thereof, it wasn't about shared history or lack thereof, it wasn't about his goals or lack thereof, it wasn't about his compatibility or lack thereof. (I disagree. Her decision was based on these things because she didn't want to learn the hard way that he "lacked thereof" on so many statistically proven fronts.)
To your credit, you're owning your opinion; all you had to say was that you didn't find him attractive, and this conversation doesn't happen.
(Except the dimwit "friends" continue to think that she's a mudshark like the rest of them and keeps on sending her these shitskins until she gets the one who ends up pouring Drano down her throat and puts her dismembered body into Hefty Cinch Sacks a.k.a. "a nigger's first date").
However: We're having this conversation because you didn't find his race attractive. That's what racism is. (Ahem. "People shouldn't have to pretend they're not horrified by something they find morally repugnant")
*Detroiter posted this video today(9/1/09) over at DIC, and I'm adding it to this story due to its timely nature and relevance to the topic at hand. Like a lot of the posters over there, I believe this woman is White, a naive fool who, for whatever reason, wanted to taste the forbidden fruit and the "joys of diversity". This is what our friend "Sacramento" said "no" to, thereby saving herself a lot of heartbreak, misery and grief. It could have ended worse...