Thursday, April 27, 2017

Racist Tells Auburn Students Football is Evil

It was a victory for free speech: Richard Spencer, by order of a Federal court, was able to speak at Auburn University.

Unlike most of the people the social justice warriors call “racist,” Spencer really is.

You are welcome to watch the entire speech (below) if you want to know what a racist thinks, but we found one particular segment particularly interesting: Spencer condemns football.

And he specifically mentions SEC (Southeastern Conference) football. At Auburn!

While overshadowed by the best football program in the nation at rival Alabama, Auburn has been quite a powerhouse, winning the 2010 National Championship, and losing the 2013 championship game to Florida State.

If you haven’t already inferred the reason, Spencer makes it obvious in the talk: a lot of the athletes are black.

The audience, which of course is highly self-selected from among the minority of students inclined to agree with Spencer, isn’t too impressed with this.

There are better reasons not to be a racist, but loving SEC football is not a bad one.

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2 Comments:

Blogger James Pawlak said...

In many cases it is more accurate to use the term "Culturalist" and not "Racist".

5:02 PM  
Blogger John McAdams said...

@James Pawlak: it's fine to laud the glories of Western Civilization. The problem comes when one implies that it is glorious because white people created it, or that black people are incapable of creating great things. Western Civilization was created by white people due to a series of historical and geographic accidents, not because one race is intrinsically culturally superior.

Ironically, the anti-black racism is merely the mirror image of political correctness, which holds that things "white" are inherently corrupt and oppressive.

1:32 PM  

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