The Confused Racialism of the Tea Party

Clement Pulaski
Daily Stormer
July 19, 2013


The Huffington Post recently reported that they have found yet another act of “racism” at a Tea Party rally:

Earlier this week, tea party activists and GOP lawmakers gathered near the Capitol to rail against an immigration reform bill passed by the Senate.
When Ken Crow — a co-founder of the Tea Party Community — stepped up to the microphone, however, George Zornick of The Nation said he was taken aback by the talk of “breeding” and racial purity that followed.

At this point in the article I was ready for a quote from Mr. Crow in which he praises the superiority of the Aryan race.  I was rather disappointed when I got to the actual words of his speech:

“From those incredible blood lines of Thomas Jefferson and George Washington and John Smith. And all these great Americans, Martin Luther King. These great Americans who built this country. You came from them. And the unique thing about being from that part of the world, when you learn about breeding, you learn that you cannot breed Secretariat to a donkey and expect to win the Kentucky Derby. You guys have incredible DNA and don’t forget it.”

That’s right: it’s racist to claim that Americans are blessed with the DNA that produced Thomas Jefferson and Martin Luther King.   Crow is merely claiming that people whose ancestors lived in America, regardless of their race, are somehow different from people who have just arrived.  This is enough to excite the thought police of the Left.  And while Crow’s attitude might be somewhat better than the globalist nonsense of the pro-amnesty crowd, it highlights the true race problem of the Tea Party: the failure to recognize that the white race must fight for its own interests.