Many Republicans Up in Arms Over GOP’s New Leader
By David Duke
“I strongly support affirmative action”—Michael Steele (quoted in The Washington Post 10/10/2006).
The Republican Party leadership, in its latest act of self-immolation, appointed Michael Steele, a black, as the leader of the party. current laws.
Steele is a passionate supporter of affirmative action programs that racially discriminate against tens of millions of whiteA mericans. He also supports increased discrimination against white-owned businesses in the awarding of non-merit and non-bid minority contracts. He is opposed to the death penalty and thinks that it is disproportionately applied to blacks, even though it is applied to white murderers at 500 percent higher rate than it is to black murderers. He is also an advocate of more gun control legislation as well as a draconian, massively increased enforcement of the
In an interview with a Washington Post reporter, David Duke, the former Republican member of the House of Representatives in Louisiana and former chairman of the largest Republican district, said:
“The fact that the Republican Party appointed this black racist, affirmative action advocate to chairman will lead to a huge revolt among the Republican base. As a former Republican official, I can tell you that millions of rank-and-file Republicans are mad as hell and aren’t going to take it anymore. We will either take the Republican Party back over the next four years or we will say, To hell with the Republican Party. A new party will be built from the ashes.”
Duke’s statements mirror the late Republican stalwart, Col. Robert R. McCormick, publisher of the then-hugely influential Chicago Tribune. He often assailed the “me-too” GOP leadership which scuttled true-blue Robert Taft to nominate liberal Thomas Dewey, who then lost to President Truman in 1948.
David Duke is a racial realist asserting all people have a basic human right to preserve their own heritage. Duke has taught a course in history and international relations at the Ukrainian Interregional Academy of Personnel Management. He is a former member of the House of Representatives. for the State of Louisiana, and can be reached at Box 188, Mandeville, LA 70470.
(Issue # 11, March 16, 2009)