What better solution than to fabricate a "protected group" background? Go ahead, Whitey, check that "African American" box. After all, there was that thoroughly debunked study that claimed all humanity originated in Africa, so it's technically true, right?
Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren, fending off questions about whether she used her Native American heritage to advance her career, said today she enrolled herself as a minority in law school directories for nearly a decade because she hoped to meet other people with tribal roots.
“I listed myself in the directory in the hopes that it might mean that I would be invited to a luncheon, a group something that might happen with people who are like I am. Nothing like that ever happened, that was clearly not the use for it and so I stopped checking it off,” said Warren.
The Harvard Law professor argued she didn’t use her minority status to get her teaching jobs, and slammed her Republican rival U.S. Sen.Scott Brown for suggesting otherwise.
This squaw is on the warpath.
She just wanted to have lunch with other people like her (White Europeans???). It never even happened. Please stop calling attention to her bizarre denial of her actual racial background.
Perhaps this is a new, ill-conceived survival strategy for Whites. Contrive a "minority" background and you're off the hook from the endless bad non-White behavior, the racist media and government attacks on Whites and the dispossession of the land we built. That should work, right?
Obviously, a healthy pride in our White heritage and a desire to take back what has been lost is the only real solution. Pretending we can quit this fight for the future of civilization because of an imagined non-White ancestry is not a viable plan. Neither is voting for an irrelevant liberal, or for a half-black in hopes that it would improve black behavior. White cowardice and attempts at appeasing the frothing mob has been the policy for fifty years. It failed. Badly. The time for change is now.
By the way, Whites are the real Native Americans, which is why I don't use that term to refer to American Indians.