When engaged in the tit-for-tat polemical opposition to the highly manipulative so-called "leftist" propaganda of various professional, play-the-race-card-for-money, scumbags1 such as Jesse Jerkson and Al Not-So-Sharpton, it is not only extremely useful, but even necessary, to demonstrate that it is entirely possible for people of all shapes, sizes, genders and colors to share similar ideas (or disagree with same) on various subjects without being called "racist". Walter E. Williams is a so-called "black" — I very much prefer that word to the divisive hyphenated "African-American" which, as a matter of calculated strategy, divides (aka "balkanizes" ) Americans into tribal groups for the benefit of the neofeudalistic global debt-as-money oligarchs — Ph.D. economist, academic (John M. Olin Distinguished Professor of Economics at George Mason University), author, syndicated columnist, talk show fill-in for Rush Limbaugh, and general all-around serious thinker and good guy whose work I consider indispensable to the cause of self-ownership and ordered liberty. This is all the more so because such as the above-mentioned race-hustling scum inevitably resorts to the nasty habit of referring to such historical giants as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Thomas Paine, Ludwig von Mises, Frédéric Bastiat, Friedrich Hayek, Murray Rothbard, ad infinitum, and any other noteworthy person who might disagree with immoral, sophistic, collectivist, anti-self-ownership "steal-from-A-and-give-to-B" ideology/propaganda as being "racist".
There is a thing called "white guilt" which functions as a monstrously effective road block to clear thinking and intellectually honest discussion on the part of Caucasian-type people. Professor Williams has magnanimously given that type of foggy-thinking, "Sad Sack" individual a wonderful healing gift.ShareThis