Where does dori state that white people, as a group, are evil?
I want an answer to this question, BwareBias, not one of your usual silly attempts to skirt the issue when you're caught with your pants down....like Don Imus was... who, by the way, is the actual topic of this thread.
As you noted, BwareBias has been outed as a racist. I knew he would before long. I guess his handle, BwareBias, is meant to be ironic.
These right-wing racists always expose themselves, eventually. We've seen this phenomena many times around here. They cannot conceal their hatred of those different than them. Their bigotry is so deeply ingrained that they do not even realize that they are bigots. They feel that their prejudice is not only normal, but justified, and righteous. As such, they do not recognize it as bigotry, and are invariably surprised when others take offense to their heinous attitude. As we have seen, over and over, this sociopathic behavior of right-wing regressives is not limited to racism, but includes chauvinism, class prejudice, homophobia, and religious intolerance. In all cases, the right-wing sociopath is driven to his or her psychosis by fear and/or self loathing. Apparently, the right-wing mind, such as it is, is wired differently than the minds of normal people. If frightened by someone who is different in any way (whether the difference is race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, or even political persuasion), they respond to that fear, not by focusing on the individual who has frightened them, but by developing an all encompassing hatred for all people of that particular group.
Of course, many right-wing regressives also show shocking intolerance of groups to which they may belong. For instance, most right-wing women are vehemently against equal rights for women, and fight to take away a woman's right to choose. Poor and middle class right-wing regressives worship the upper class and show great disdain for those in their own economic classes. Likewise, we see a shocking number of homophobes who are closeted gay right-wingers. Once again, this strange behavior seems to indicate that the right-wing mind is abnormal. If the right-winger is anything other than an upper class, heterosexual, white male, he/she tends to develop a deep sense of self loathing, rather than accept who and what they are.