November 15, 2003


I visit stlbloggers, the collection of St. Louis area bloggers, a few times a day. This morning, I found that Arch Pundit's been attacked by an unsavory, and I thought I'd share part of the letter he received.

My skeptical mind, upon first reading, thought there was no way on EARTH that an intelligent person would craft and then send this letter. But, there's a post confirming authenticity a few posts above this. Make of it what you will.
    Hey Commie:

    Imagine my chagrin when I used a search engine to find commentary about myself, and there was your shallow, dilettante, asshole self, labeling me a "white supremacist."

    Being the shallow, nigger-loving dilettante that you are, you probably DO consider niggers to be your equal (who am I to question this?): Yet, unlike you and your allies, I have an I.Q. in excess of 130, which grants me the ability to objectively evaluate the Great American Nigro (Africanus Criminalis.)

    The nigro is 11.5 % of the U.S. population, yet he commits in excess of 55% of all felonies (although felonies are UNDER-represented in the nigro community, where observing the law is considered "acting White!") Moreover, he (or should I say she?)accounts for 48% of all ADC recipients in the U.S. We have spent over $7 TRILLION on "Urban Welfare Spending" since the mid-1960s, (black economists Thomas Sowell & Walter Williams) and the nigro is still as criminal, surly, lazy , violent and stupid as he/she ever was, while his illegitimacy rate is 80% nationwide, and over 90% in the "large urban areas."
Go read the whole thing.


Posted by hln at November 15, 2003 07:51 AM | Unsavory Actions

Your point, Heather, is what?

You realize, of course, in the Randian utopia, such odious views as those excreted by Mr. Holt would be more--not less--common.

As you'd say: It's that whole choice thing, y'know.

Posted by: JadeGold at November 15, 2003 05:52 PM

My point is that I was shocked that this guy would write this, attach his name to it, and attack someone for no real purpose, really.

It makes him out to be a public utter fool; the guy's obviously not dumb - perhaps just evil.

One of the more provoking things I read today, I guess.


Posted by: hln at November 15, 2003 05:54 PM

Ol' Earl gives the game away in the very first paragraph: "I used a search engine to find commentary about myself."

He was looking for shit to stir.

Of course, now that the cat's out of the bag, it's going to take forces stronger than anything he's ever seen to put it back; he's never going to be able to play Poor Mister Misunderstood ever again.

And isn't that just too damn bad?

Posted by: CGHill at November 16, 2003 11:53 AM

I believe his statistics are accurate, numberwise. I don't think he draws the right conclusions, though.

Also, I'm perplexed at Jade's comment. Rand's views on racism are clearly outlined in "The Virtue of Selfishness". They bear no resemblance to the letter that was quoted.

Most peculiar.

Posted by: Harvey at November 17, 2003 09:40 AM