I was wondering what took them so long, at change.org, to ban me. After all, even though I was careful to refrain from abusive language and personal attacks, I told the truth about race – and this is a huge sin in the eyes of the left.
This is the reason I was given for being banned:
Change.org is not a space to be promoting debunked “science” nor a space to be denigrating other ethnic groups. There are plenty of spaces on the internet for you, Change.org is not one of them. All the best. Justin – Community Manager
…and this is the post that was, apparently, the last straw:
Every one of your statements only illustrates the fact that the power structure is anti-white.
You ask why you can’t find John Baker’s book “anywhere” (I assume you mean at your campus bookstore etc.). The reason is that his views are contrary to the official stance on race. It’s the same reason you wouldn’t find Rushdie’s “Satanic Verses” in Iranian bookstores.
You point out that American Renaissance is considered a “racist” organization by the powers that be. But of course. Rather than debating the issues themselves, it’s much easier to simply call your opponent a “racist”.
You ask me for evidence of racial differences in violence – but demand that I exclude any “racist” authors. Do you not see how your argument is circular? This would be like me demanding from you that you cite evidence of the superiority of the Democratic Party but exclude any Democrats as sources. You are being lazy Gabrielle – because you are taking the easy way out and using name-calling instead of examining the evidence itself.
No, there is no single “violence gene” that is found in minorities. Especially when we consider that “minority” is not a race. But there are genes for agression – and those genes are more frequently found among certain races/ethnic groups. The science behind this is not being pursued in America because it is practically forbidden to do so here. There is some progress being made in China however.
You sound very young and you give the impression that you are trapped inside the dogma with which you have been raised. This is a difference between you and I. I am willing to read your books and articles – but you are not willing to read mine. I see no such thing as “heresy” and so I am open to new ideas. To me, there is no such thing as an “evil” theory. A theory can only be right or wrong but not “evil”. It cannot be heretical. You find the theory of racial differences to be offensive. This is why you react so strongly against it. I do not consider your theories to be offensive; I only consider them wrong – after having carefully considered them, and having been raised with them as you have.
I think this is the first time I’ve been banned from a leftist website – and I was beginning to doubt my own bona fides as a racial activist.