July 11, 2010

New Hampshire Republican = racist

A New Hampshire Republican says what many conservatives think:

Candidate:  Keep state's complexion white

Murdough says he isn't racist, either

By Ray Duckler
It's a matter of black and white, says Ryan Murdough, Republican candidate for the State House in Grafton County's 8th District.

No room for gray area. And no room for Asians or Hispanics or Jews or African-Americans or American Indians, either.

Just Americans. Real Americans. Plymouth Rock Americans. White Americans who bleed red, white and blue. Uncle Sam wants them. To anyone else, don't let Lady Liberty hit you on the butt on your way out of New York Harbor.

You're not welcome here.

"I would like to preserve what we have before it gets totally out of control," Murdough, a 30-year-old father of two young boys, said last week. "The more it becomes non-white, the more it's going to become a much different place to live, for white people especially."
And:"I would ask you about your version of racist," Murdough said. "The word does not have a specific definition. If someone says, 'You seem to hate people who aren't white,'

I say no, so I can't really be a racist, because I don't hate them. I just don't want to live around areas that are heavily, predominantly non-white."

He caused a storm recently with a letter to the Monitor that stated his allegiance to the American Third Position, a political party that represents interests of white Americans. The Republican Party immediately ducked for cover and disowned him as a candidate on their ticket.

Murdough wrote that the state's residents "must seek to preserve their racial identity. . . . Legal non-white immigration, anti-white public school systems and anti-white media have done much damage to the United States of America and especially New Hampshire."
Murdough proves he's a racist:Murdough reveres the founding fathers, but Abraham Lincoln? "One of the worst presidents ever. He waged war against the South."

Martin Luther King Jr.? Don't get him started. King was a prostitute-chasing communist who plagiarized his work in college, Murdough says. The heck with the civil rights movement King led. Murdough doesn't believe in that cause anyway.

"He wasn't out for civil rights," Murdough said. "He was out for the black man. If you argue against something that's politically correct, such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Jewish issues, you're persona non grata."

Ah yes, the Jews. They need not apply for residency here, either.

"I've even read some things where Jews are considered white because of their skin," Murdough said. "Technically, they're a different race than white people. They're Semitic; that's not white."

Even though whites weren't America's original settlers, Murdough says American Indians would have to leave, too, just like members of all other non-white races. We came, we saw, we conquered. Too bad.

"What happened with them was unfortunate," Murdough said. "But the way lands are taken over is the way it works. They were here, the Western settlers took over and the rest is history."
Comment:  Murdough gets a Stereotype of the Month entry for suggesting the mass murder of Indians is okay. And for suggesting they'll have to leave. I'd love to hear him explain how he'll identify who's an Indian, how and where he'll ship several million people, and how he'll pay for it. This is as idiotic as trying to deport every illegal immigrant, which Murdough also wants to do.

So much stupidity here:

  • Lincoln and the North fought the South to free the slaves. I guess Murdough would've been happier if they'd stay enslaved.

  • Establishing civil rights and helping the black man were overlapping if not synonymous goals. I can't imagine what Murdough thinks the big difference was.

  • Broken treaties and genocide are "the way it works"? That's what we've been telling people like Murdough: the way America works is criminally immoral if not dangerously insane.

    Racism = hate?

    Murdough is apparently too ignorant to crack open a dictionary, so let's do it for him:

    racism1. a belief or doctrine that inherent differences among the various human races determine cultural or individual achievement, usually involving the idea that one's own race is superior and has the right to rule others.

    2. a policy, system of government, etc., based upon or fostering such a doctrine; discrimination.

    3. hatred or intolerance of another race or other races.
    Note that "hate" is involved only in the third and least important definition.

    Millions of people think they aren't racists because they don't "hate" other races. They merely believe, without overt animosity, that their race is superior. Millions of people are ignorant about racism, clearly.

    Murdough proves his hatred

    So hate isn't a requirement for racism. But I suspect most racists do hate or at least dislike people of other races. I doubt it's possible to think you're superior without scorning your inferiors.

    Proving the point, someone posted Murdough's Twitter comments before Murdough deleted them:Ryan your quote “I say no, so I can't really be a racist, because I don't hate them. I just don't want to live around areas that are heavily, predominantly non-white."

    Then explain your Twitter account remarks you made which many posters here have viewed on your page.

    Ryan Joseph Murdough http://twitter.com/ryanjmurdough

    Yes, I am a racist and an anti semite. Do you have a problem with that? 6:14 AM Feb 22nd via web

    The "Holocaust" for Jews is similar to slavery for Blacks. They have both become tools used to steal white man's pride and money. 1:13 PM Feb 26th via web

    When will White people realize that importing third world savages into the United States will turn the U.S. into a third world itself? 7:04 AM Feb 11th via web

    African savage seizing white businesses http://www.eutimes.net/2010/02/mugabe-to-seize-white-businesses-for-blacks/ 3:49 PM Feb 11th via web

    Conservatism is dead. White people must begin to think white, act white, and be proud to be white. If we do not, we will die. 8:19 PM Feb 22nd via web

    How about donating 220,000 blacks from the U.S. to Haiti http://whiterevolution.com/?p=1619 8:50 AM Feb 17th via web
    So yes, Murdough is a racist. Yes, he hates other races. Like other racists, he hides his hatred from the mainstream media, but it's there.

    The only interesting question is how many other people share his views. A lot, I think.

    Again, I probably could post a hundred links on this and related subjects. For a selection of them, see:

    Rand Paul's pro-racist libertarian
    Send minorities "back where they came from"?
    Conservative worldview = fear of cooties
    Paper-checkers = birthers = teabaggers
    Klansmen, militias, and teabaggers

    Below:  The face of racism in America.


    dmarks said...

    Not the only time someone's twitter-tweets got them in trouble. There's also the recent case of the CNN editor fired when she praised a genocidal "cleric".

    RavenScholar said...

    I would note that there are plenty of European Jews. Yet somehow, this man thinks that Judaism is a race instead of a religion.

    This man is ridiculously dense to his own issues.

    Rob said...

    I agree Murdough is an idiot, but "Jewish" doesn't refer solely to the Jewish religion:


    Judaism shares some of the characteristics of a nation, an ethnicity, a religion, and a culture, making the definition of who is a Jew vary slightly depending on whether a religious or national approach to identity is used.

    dmarks said...

    I'd like to see someone insist to an atheistic or secullar Jew that Judeaism is a religion, not a race.

    New Hampshire Nationalists said...

    Lol. Duckler's article was saturated with misquotes and words I never said. After the election he admitted to me on the phone that he took liberties in the article. I don't do interviews anymore for that reason.