Monday, October 17, 2011
MSNBC: Encouraging Blacks To Contribute To Society Is So Rayyycisss
The Anti-White Media often weaponizes really lame semantic arguments, mere language claims and games.
They're only effective if you aren't paying attention.
When (Israel-Firster and uber-neocon) Michelle Bachmann makes the point that 47 percent of American adults pay no income tax, neither Melissa Harris-Perry nor Chris Hayes gainsay her. They can't deny the fact, so their response is that the language by which the fact is asserted is somehow itself corrupt. Hays, for instance, claims such language plays into the "old" (read: outdated) notions of "producerism" (nice: make it an ism and people will think the point is somehow invalid).
Harris-Perry cannot deny the fact either, so what does she do? She cries "Racism!"
And of course we know, since anti-racism is just a code word for anti-white, the upshot of her argument will be: don't complain, whitey; just keep paying those taxes that support a system that disenfranchises you!
Somehow someone has installed black anti-whites like Harris-Perry into positions in the media and academia where they can declaim the rules of language and spout off-the-cuff cryptologic. Their arguments are never compelling or convincing, but the mere fact that no one calls them on their idiocy leaves their ideas circulating in our culture, wielding undue but insidious influence.
Consider Harris-Perry's unintelligible diatribe between :46 and 1:17:
"...I just think that's racism. Yeah. I-I just, I just think it's 2011 version of the welfare queen...and, um, it-it-it's just a way of saying and and and not racism like a calling somebody a name but wh- that that what that is meant to imply, what [Bachmann's point is] meant to um suggest is that there is this whole group that is dependent and the fact is since we developed this language that the dependent groups are these 'illegal immigrants' and these unworking, unmarried poor black women who are welfare queens and and these criminal types I mean it's it's just a way of evoking all of these scary, racialized and poor others in a way that that allows us to separate this notion of hard-working, taxpaying Americans from, for example, 'refugees.'"
Then she smiles a self-satisfied smile at 1:17-1:18 as if she imagines she has just enlightened us with witty repartee.
The key phrase here is "since we developed this language." In her world, points and facts are only asserted if you are black. If you are white, a point is made in a "language" that "develops" out of your innate rayyycist evil and corrupt soul.
The idea of "developing" a "language" evokes images of a Bunsen-burner-strewn lab in which an evil mad scientist cackles to his assistant: "I've just about done it, Igor. I've developed a language that will allow us to make our racist points and yet cleverly disguise them in statistics about taxes...or to make points about taxes and couch them in spooky terms like 'other' and 'alien' and 'Welfare Queen' which will scare people into taking our side. "
But little did this mad scientist know that there would be an even greater genius out there named Melissa Harris-Perry who would be able to see through this disguise of language and call the rayyycisst out for being so rayyycissss!
But, seriously. Harris-Perry wants to imagine that the generalizing tendencies and biases of language only work one way, for whites against blacks. She will never admit that blacks' language--HER language--is fraught with the same biases. For example, she calls white complainers about the tax code rayyyciss and then implies that she is righteously anti-racist. But in reality she has only developed a language that allows her to claim a surface-assertion of "anti-racism" when ultimately she is really just asserting an agenda that is anti-white.
More of Harris-Perry's Anti-White logorrhea disguised as academic reasonableness can be found in an article she recently wrote for The Nation HERE. (I like how she forces the use of "epistemology" in this article's title, even though it isn't really appropriate. She's just trying to impress you with a word she learned in college to make you think that what she is saying is credible. Don't worry: it isn't.)
If you bother to read the article, notice how she uses the term "disparate impact" in the case of laws that, for instance, discriminate against blacks moving into a white neighborhood. Ask yourself: does Harris-Perry EVER consider the disparate impact of legislation on whites? Take Affirmative Action, for example. Doesn't AA have a disparate impact on whites, forcing them to score higher on admissions tests in order to get the same positions given to lower-scoring blacks?
Once again, Harris-Perry thinks she is being anti-racist.
Anti-racism is just a code word for anti-white.