The May 31 letter “White interests” noted with alarm the proliferation of “racial/ethnocentric agendas. Typical examples: Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, Congressional Black Caucus, Congressional Hispanic Caucus, among myriad ethnocentric minority organizations.”
The writer believed the activity of these groups “has a profound negative effect on the (white) majority,” which the author declares is denied such racial/ethnocentric advocacy due to a “double standard” political correctness.
Yet a most effective white advocacy group is staring the writer (and all the rest of us) in the face. In North Carolina, it’s called the state legislature. In Washington, it’s called Congress.
Perhaps the writer doth protest too much?