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Jim Russell, Nita Lowey’s GOP challenger, wrote anti-integration essay


Politico reported Monday on an essay by Congresswoman Nita Lowey’s Republican challenger, Jim Russell, warning against interracial marriage and racial integration, among other things. The back issue from Occidental Quarterly is linked to the post.

Russell, who lives in Hawthorne, has been a leading activist in Westchester against immigration reform proposals and in favor of enforcement. He has identified himself as being with Westchester-Rockland Citizens for Immigration Control, and made immigration the central issue in his long-shot campaign against Democrat Lowey.

The 18-page piece gives “biological” arguments against integration and embraces eugenics. Among the comments:

While liberals and universalists constantly yammer about ‘bringing us all together’, and how ‘diversity is our strength,’ it may be suggested that the biological function of human language and culture is just the opposite, that is, to keep discrete groups apart. … For culture in human societies to accomplish that which instinct accomplishes in non-human societies, it must establish a sense of group identity so that the individual knows whom to act altruistically toward and whom to mate with.

It has been demonstrated that finches raised by foster parents of a different species of finch will later exhibit a lifelong sexual attraction toward the alien species. One wonders how a child’s sexual imprinting mechanism is affected by forcible racial integration and near continual exposure to media stimuli promoting interracial contact.

In the midst of this onslaught against our youth, parents need to be reminded that they have a natural obligation, as essential as providing food and shelter, to instill in their children an acceptance of appropriate ethnic boundaries for socialization and for marriage.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010 at 10:58 am by Leah Rae. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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