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SOUTH HATING AND WHITE HATING ARE THE ONLY BASES OF AMERICAN UNITY | 2002-05-25

I wrote a column on September 11 saying that if they attack America, they attack me. But let us all understand that this is true ONLY of a spokesman for white Southerners like me. NO NATIONAL SPOKESMAN, in the United States, RIGHT OR LEFT, thinks like this.

Senator John McCain, hero of the Southern Partisan, told it exactly like it is. McCain said that those of us who are white gentiles born in the United States owe our loyalty to this country, i.e., to getting rid of whites and so forth. But, he added, Hispanics in the United States owe their first loyalty to foreign Hispanics (January 26, 2002 - WHEN DUMMIES TRY TO BE "SHREWD."

Arizona eats that kind of Americanism up.

National Review is American only if America maintains its dedication to getting rid of whites. National Review is anti-Southern and pro-Lincoln first and foremost, and it never spares any effort to make that clear. It demands that all Confederate flags come down and there is no "South" in National Review." There is only a "south."

National Review now makes a major point of never capitalizing South or Southern. That is their idea of National Unity.

As always, any white gentile American and especially any Southerner who gets all excited about American Unity is being a sucker.

The south is not the South.

Actually, saying "southern states" is not even geographically accurate if you are referring to the states of the American South.

The most "southern" state in the Union is Hawaii, which conservatives do NOT include in the term "southern states." California borders on Mexico, but it is not considered a "Southern State" although it is undeniably a southern state.

If William Buckley had his way, the most southern state would be Puerto Rico.

When they say "southern states," it is clear that respectable conservatives are referring to the "Southern" states, the Old Confederacy. But insulting the South is more important than accuracy.