Buffalo Guy Tells It Like It Is

I have seen this story a couple places, but via Occidental Dissent here is a guy in Buffalo, William Shane, talking about how why it’s better blacks stay in their own neighborhoods.

The story includes a brief TV interview, but more interesting is the radio interview. The radio guys- Shredd and Ragan– try to explain to Shane why he’s such a racist shithead. I can’t tell you anything about Shredd and Ragan’s politics, I can only guess. Morning drive time radio is oriented towards blue-collar and lower middle-class people on the way to their dull, crappy jobs. These people tend to fall in the conservative/moderate Democrat and moderate Republican spectrum; they are practical people, they want a functional government that provides them with benefits, not “politically correct” but far from HBD or race realism.

For this reason, they don’t just rip on Shane as an evil racist, but try to gently shame and cajole him out of his position by being “color-blind” and insisting that it’s criminal behavior that’s the problem and not race. They first push the notion heavily that drug dealers can be white, and these would not make good neighbors. They then push pretty hard that blacks may be good citizens, and these would make good neighbors.

It’s a tribute to their good humor and persistence that they get a partial retraction out of him at the end of the segment. Bullying and threats don’t persuade people well, which is why blue-collar whites largely left the Democratic Party in the 70’s. People are highly invested in the idea of fairness, and Shane won’t go so far as to say he hates blacks in general.

I have lived around plenty of shitty white people, including drug dealers who vandalized my tires. But the radio guys’ argument is specious. Statistically many more black engage in anti-social behavior than whites. And blacks together have a synergistic effect, because they embolden and cover for each other.

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I like fast cars, fast women and southern-fried rock. I have an ongoing beef with George Orwell. I take my name from a character in Plato's "Republic" who was exasperated with the kind of turgid BS that passed for deep thought and political discourse in that time and place, just as I am today. The character, whose name means "fierce fighter" was based on a real person but nobody knows for sure what his actual political beliefs were. I take my pseudonym from a character in an Adam Sandler song who was a obnoxious jerk who pissed off everybody.
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4 Responses to Buffalo Guy Tells It Like It Is

  1. Agreed. I lived around meth heads. Aside from petty theft I always felt pretty safe. I’ve also lived with negroes in subsidized housing. Shit! Give me meth heads any day!!

  2. Ryu says:

    Often it takes a man like Jared Taylor to get the liberal news shills to concede points. You’ve got to fire back. They aren’t passive. You turn it into your own propoganda, then they shut down the show when you start making headway. That’s what I’ve found.

    • You’ve debated in the media?

      • Ryu says:

        Oh yes. The interviewer tried to moderate my positions for me. Then a tiny concession can turn into you losing the whole shebang and being on the defensive the whole rest of the time. It’s more like a sport than you might expect. As you might guess they used the “not all blacks/jews are evil idea.” My retort is that not all sharks are man eaters, but when you see one in the water, you get to dry land!

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