Monday, 18 April 2016

I'm a black philosopher. Honest. You gotta respect me. I've read Immanuel Kant's Critique of Pure Reason. Most of it. Well, some of it. The first few pages at least.

This is an excerpt from an unintentionally hilarious interview with "black philosopher" George Yancy in the New York Times. More anti-free-speech activism from non-Europeans. It's worth reading the whole thing for comedy value.
Immediately after the publication of “Dear White America,” I began to receive vile and vitriolic white racist comments sent to my university email address, and verbal messages sent to my answering machine. I even received snail mail that was filled with hatred. Imagine the time put into actually sitting down and writing a letter filled with so much hate and then sending it snail mail, especially in our world of the Internet. 
The alarming reality is that the response to “Dear White America” revealed just how much racism continues to exist in our so-called post-racial America. The comments were not about pointing out fallacies in my position, but were designed to violate, to leave me psychologically broken and physically distraught. Words do things, especially words like “nigger,” or being called an animal that should go back to Africa or being told that I should be “beheaded ISIS style.” One white supremacist message sent to me ended with “Be Prepared.” Another began with “Dear Nigger Professor.” 
The brutality and repetitiveness of this discursive violence has a way of inflicting injury. Given the history of the term “nigger,” it strikes with the long, hate-filled context of violence out of which that term grew. This points to the non-spectacular expression of violence. The lynching of black people was designed to be a spectacle, to draw white mobs. In this case, the black body was publicly violated. It was a public and communal form of bloodlust. There are many other forms of violence that are far more subtle, non-spectacular, but yet painful and dehumanizing. So, when I was called a “nigger,” I was subject to that. I felt violated, injured; a part of me felt broken. 
Only now have I really begun to recognize how discourse designed to hurt can actually leave its mark. I recall after reading so many of these messages I began to feel sick, literally. So, words can debilitate, violate, injure; they can hit with the force of a stick or a stone and leave marks on the body. In this case, I began to feel the posture of my body folding inward, as it were, under the attacks. Franz Fanon talks about this as not being able to move lithely in the world.
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7 comments:

  1. Communist affirmative action (((professor))) in a red cap, who fails to appreciate the linguistic universalism of the richly deserved, millenniums long, epithet "nigger". George Yancy should (((research))) pastor James David Manning's philosophical concept of "niggerism".

    With this under his red cap, compound his hurt feelings with actions along the lines of UNIA Marcus Garvey, who advocated the African repatriation of the descendants of black slaves around the world they criminalize and ruin.

    These blacks of the ancient semitic slave trade, proudly traded into slavery by blacks themselves, and of course, their bolshevik cousins the jews, and moslem arabs. The generation of affective eastern asiatic polemics are done.

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  2. Any black 'professor' without MD in their title is 100 percent affirmative action that does a worse job than a dim-witted white person would do. And the black MDS should be viewed with caution

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    1. Professor Kevin Macdonald doesn't have MD after his title. I'm not sure what use being a medical doctor would have been in his field of research. It's a shame we can't ban yanks from commenting here, they're so retarded, their brains clogged with plaque and cholesterol. It's infectious. I wonder if shagging an American bird raises your cholesterol levels for a while after. You certainly wouldn't want that lard ass on top of you that's for sure.

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    2. That's a critique of American universities handing out PHDs like skittles to unqualified blacks you twit. Any black that can copy and paste can get a PHd. MD means at least they had to pass a few tests and be graded on practical application.

      You and your family will be gang raped by Arabs in the near future. It will go on for 20 years, until we in America grow tired, expel them from our continent, and then decide we want Europe back foe our vacations.

      While most effiminite European men like you will enjoy getting fucked by Yourself and Mohammed as they yell Allah Akbar, I feel bad for my distant relatives that were too dumb to set out and conquer lands in days past.

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  3. Breaking news:

    Sweden’s housing minister, Mehmet Kaplan, a Green Party member and former Muslim Council spokesman, stepped down Monday after photos showed him dining with Turkish ultra-nationalists. Kaplan denied any wrongdoing, but claimed media criticism had made it impossible to perform his job.

    https://euobserver.com/tickers/133109

    His surname is Kaplan which is a Jewish surname usually.

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  4. This isn't anti free speech. He points out the stuff here: https://www.reddit.com/r/changemyview/comments/2vuhyf/cmv_america_isnt_institutionally_racist_but_is/col2995
    http://nilevalleypeoples.blogspot.com/2015/08/how-obama-plays-upon-white-guilt-hilary.html
    And he was insulted for speaking truth.

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  5. En sí, el título ( en el amplio sentido del término ) para su obra y para su persona es un fraude, porque en la filosofía no existe el color, o los colores, sería absurdo definir algo categóricamente sin buscar otros conceptos alternativos.

    Aunque solo puedo opinar por lo que el articulista menciona que ha leído, y sería yo entonces también un negligente el decir lo antes comentado como una verdad absoluta, en calificativos, cuando yo no conozco a la persona y sus declaraciones.

    Hay de todas formas ( no lo he comprobado con la traducción al castellano ) el término de Filosofía Negra, o filósofo negro ; pues, pueden significar varias cosas en un pensamiento exclusivo y personal de análisis filosófico certero.

    El sentimiento de victimización ( o victimista ) es muy recurrido para algunos propósitos, sobretodo, para asuntos materialistas y la venta de productos ; como los libros, quizás, pero no tanto en los términos de las personas, que se consideran antes eso mismo : persona, que decir razas o sexos.

    Definitivamente no creo que el autor del inestimable libro sea la última esperanza blanca, ni un blanco perfecto.

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