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CNN's Fareed Zakaria Interviews Jared Taylor (Full Interview)

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Published on 29 Mar 2021 / In News and Politics

This is the full recording of the interview Jared Taylor gave to Fareed Zakaria that CNN snipped up to include in its sensationalist program, “State of Hate: The Explosion of White Supremacy.” Here are the complete answers CNN cut off, the context it ignored, and the arguments it left out. As noted in Taylor's detailed account of what led to the interview (see link below), CNN actually claimed the program was to be “a serious treatment of white nationalism.”

Jared Taylor's account: https://www.amren.com/features..../2019/06/the-state-o

CNN program: https://www.cnn.com/videos/us/....2019/06/28/fareed-za

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Larry Thorne
Larry Thorne 2 years ago

What is good for whites is good for America. Those who attacked quiet, are also attacking America.

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White Lives Matter 1776

Great quotes from the attached article:

“Why is white nationalism, which Mr. Neiwert dismisses as “hateful” and “toxic,” so attractive? Because it is based on the conviction that whites — like every other racial group in America and the world — have legitimate group interests. The most obvious of these is not to be reduced to a minority where they have traditionally been the majority. …

It is not “hatred” for whites to want to live in a society shaped by the European values and texture of life handed down by their ancestors. Mass immigration changes a country — often radically — and whites have the absolute right to prefer societies that are faithful to their ancestral values. This is an entirely normal, healthy sentiment …

White nationalists” recognize that hypnotic slogans do not make “diversity” a strength. It is a source of tension and conflict. At its worst, it means race riots and prison riots. Every day, it means discrimination lawsuits, resentment, accusations of insensitivity, and bitterness over whether the Oscars or Harvard or boardrooms or tech jobs or neighborhoods or the police force have the right racial mix.

Even if diversity were a strength, why should whites “celebrate” it when it always means a decline in their numbers and influence? No healthy people wants to give up its place in society and march into oblivion.

White nationalism is also the inevitable reaction to an increasingly harsh double standard: Whites must always be “sensitive” to others, even if others hold them in contempt. …

When blacks and Hispanics do not do as well as whites, it’s the fault of entrenched white supremacy. But if America is a white supremacist country, why do East Asians do so much better than whites?“

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