The basic habits, ideas, and practices that help civilization to survive and prosper in other parts of the world seem largely absent among large elements of South Africa’s Black population, and it seems that it is only a matter of time before the country sinks to the level of poverty and savagery endemic in most of the rest of Africa and places like Haiti and Detroit. If this is the case, then, rather than the question of White Genocide, shouldn’t the debate really be focused on whether Black Genocide is something worth considering?
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NR is in a real bind. Their readership are no longer old school smoking-jacket conservatives. It's about 70% dipshit bubbahs and ill-informed Tea-party types nearly all of whom hate anybody darker than Pantone 7507.
NR has to pretend to be part of 21st century civilization and disavow their own readership. I predict they will double down on the dog whistles or go under in a year.
Unfortunately the narrative most conservatives that I know have bought into -personal responsibility, bootstraps,urban poverty, etc- doesn't leave much distance between themselves and people like O'Sullivan. When your world view precludes an understanding of your own privilege and of institutions designed to protect that privilege, racism is difficult to grasp.