Lynching is a dark and despicable aspect of our nation’s history. We must acknowledge that fact, lest we repeat it. Thank you to my colleagues for agreeing to unanimously pass our Justice for Victims of Lynching Act, and @CoryBooker and @SenatorTimScott for your partnership.
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) December 19, 2018
This provides a nice opportunity for keeping credible the pseudonymous surname by parroting an observation Steve Sailer has made time and time again. One of his recurring themes is to point out that to the hivemind it is always 1965. When it comes to race relations it’s as though the last five decades never happened. The most recent lynching in the US occurred before I was born. Emmett Till, murdered in 1955, has been a perpetual bull since the Reagan administration:
The only way it will ever end is if white people demand it end. If we do nothing, the endpoint isn’t South Africa or even Zimbabwe–it’s Haiti. Two centuries after whites were butchered to the last baby and Haitians still blame us for their nation-sized shithole.