Tim Wise has a new post today trying to talk his way out of his vicious glee at the thought of the hearts of conservative white people stopping.
This is his mentality — he thinks he can talk his way out of anything. His essay starts by insulting the intelligence of the white goyim:
I think I know what it feels like to be the person who writes the reading comprehension questions for those standardized tests we’re so fond of giving, if quite a bit less fond of taking.
After all, think about that person for a minute. He or she writes four or five paragraphs for inclusion on the PSAT or whatever, knowing full well that when asked questions about the passage they just read, millions of those who are taking the test will not get the point. It must be difficult to write, all the while aware that large numbers of those reading your work will utterly fail to comprehend it.
I’ve long known that the same kind of miscomprehension often greets my own writing. First, I focus on touchy subjects like race, and whenever we delve into such matter as this, there is a chance that emotional reading may take the place of reasoned study and analysis. In other words, we see what we want to see, based on wherever we are at the time of the reading, emotionally, and with regard to the issues at hand. Interestingly, the same phenomenon is true for writers, whose work product — or “art” on our better days — also reflects our emotional state at any given moment. In other words, sometimes the writer chooses language that is deliberately hyperbolic, provocative, or edgy, so as to force a reaction — to force an examination of the underlying message, no matter how discomfiting it may be for all involved — and doesn’t give much regard to how it may be received. Like the writer of the reading comprehension questions on the PSAT, such writers know ahead of time that many readers simply won’t get it.
No, Tim. I majored in literature in college. Your essay was in the form of teasing people who are condemned to death by execution. ”Tick tock” and all that, and it’s also a reference to heartbeats.
Wait! I was just about to refer to your essay to get the reference to hearts of White folks stopping It’s not on your site anymore! You took it out! But it is all over the Internet. The full version of your essay is all over the place, Tim! Here it is, which we’ll be sending to the colleges where you hope to lecture in the future:
We just have to be patient.
And wait for your hearts to stop beating.
And stop they will.
And for some of you, real damned soon truth be told.
Do you hear it?
Well, your essay is viral all right, and it’s not principally elderly White people who are talking about it. You are hoping the “white right” is dying off? Haha.
The younger generation which has lived through violent, stupid, loud “desegregated schools” where the teachers taught that white kids were guilty and black kids are saints, and “bank bailouts” that went to men with Germanic sounding names like “Blankfein” and “Rubin” and “Goldman Sachs” and 10% unemployment while people like you advocate more and more AND MORE IMMIGRATION TO STEAL OUR JOBS.
So you had to turn off comments, edit your original essay, and write an essay trying to claim that “we misinterpreted your words.” Oh boo hoo. How about every public White person who’s been accused of “racism.” He always tries to say, “you misinterpreted my words.” And people like you, Tim, are always ready to deny any wiggle room to anyone accused of “racism,” for their “slip of the tongue.”
There’s no ambiguity in “tick tock” and “wait for your hearts to stop, and stop they will.” No. This is celebrating the extinction of the White race.
But you miscalculate. The White kids you imagine are the kids from the 1980′s, when everyone had jobs and there was a chicken in every pot, and we weren’t alarmed about race-replacement. That was the last decade before political correctness; the last decade when we could take White civilization for granted. This is a very different era, Timothy, and White people will adjust accordingly.
In the history of Jews, we see how Jews always think of themselves as “the team.” When Jews see a non-Jew in a high position, they think, “A Jew could have had that position.”
We Whites are learning from you, Tim. We are losing our generous naivete, and we are beginning to think of ourselves as a “team” distinct from your “team,” which hates us and prays for our destruction.
You seem to think that Whites are frozen in the 1960′s “prosperity mentality,” and attitude of naive openness and generosity. You think that will never change.
You better hope that we are as mentally stagnant and maladaptive, as you imagine.