The liberal New York Times has published many slanted and bizarre stories over the years, but it seems that now they have ventured into articles displaying overt racism against whites. In a recent column titled “Is That Racist?”, a writer for the newspaper named Greg Howard just made a nasty racial smear, claiming that all white females he sees on the New York City sidewalk are the same.
Howard, who is African-American, wrote that with people of his own race on the street there is “eye contact or even a nod.” He claimed that “most people walk courteously — but that white women, at least when I’m in their path, do not.”
Continued Greg, “When white women are in my path, they almost always continue straight, forcing me to one side without changing their course. This happens several times a day; and a couple of times a week, white women force me off the sidewalk completely. In these instances, when I’m standing in the street or in the dirt as a white woman strides past, broad-shouldered and blissful, I turn furious.”
Howard said that he has to divert from his path because “as a black man, I’ve learned that body-checking, bumping or even rubbing against a random white woman can be personally hazardous.”
Asked Greg about white women, “Do they refuse to acknowledge me because they’ve been taught that they should fear black men, and that any acknowledgment of black men can invite danger? Do they refuse to acknowledge me because to alter their route would be to show their fear? Do they not see me? Can they not see me? I wonder, too, why I always get out of the way. Why haven’t I ever just walked headlong into a rude white woman? What lessons tug at me, force me off the sidewalk, tell me that my personal space is not necessarily mine? Because explicit in every white woman’s decision not to get out of my way is the expectation that I’ll get out of theirs.” Are you disgusted by this kind of racism in the New York Times?