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By Michael Fumento
An interesting exchange with an editor who objected to my Nativo Lopez piece:
What experience do you have as a Black [sic] person the [sic] condemn Jessie and Sharpton the way you do, especially when your article is about a Hispanic?
No fan of Jessie and Al here, just curious about your motivation. And who do you esteem [sic] to be worthy leaders for Blacks [sic]?
I thought Kerry was a good leader for Whites [sic], but look what happened.
I think [radical] Noam Chomsky will be a good leader for them too.
Heck, I think Fidel Castro is the PERFECT leader for Whites [sic] - if only they'd ask me.
I would have thought you'd have gotten the idea from my column criticizing a Hispanic that I don't subscribe to the notion that it's forbidden to criticize someone outside your own racial or ethnic group. I am a homo sapien; they are homo sapiens. That is my standing. Those they oppress are human beings; that is my motivation. Please reread my column so you can see that I used Lopez as an example of what can and should happen to black demagogues; that is why they are mentioned.
August 18, 2005 10:42 PM ·
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