But Is It True? Steve Sailer Is a Time Traveling Plagiarist
Jan 5th, 2012 by Unamused
Steve Sailer is a time traveling plagiarist. See above.
Doubtless this will come as a shock to some of you.
“Steve Sailer?” I hear you asking. “Traveling through time?” Yes. Yes he did. To plagiarize me.
“But… with time travel?” I think you’re losing sight of the real issue here, which is his blatant —
“I didn’t even know we had the technology. When was it invented? How is it done? Does it involve tachyons in some way? Don’t spare me the details; I read Scientific American.” Look, the point I am trying to make is that he —
“Hang on. You said you could hear me asking about Steve Sailer, the time traveling plagiarist.” I did? When?
“Just now. How can you hear me if — oh my God, you’re inside the chimney!”
But I digress
- how they don’t think ten to fifteen black men brutally beating a white man for dating a black woman qualifies as a hate crime, even if they do slightly break his jaw and damage his brain a touch as well
- how they recorded Denver’s worst racially motivated crime spree, resulting in 38 arrests, as a single “legal development,” because the victims were white and the perpetrators black
- how they invented a racially motivated white-on-black assault, then counted it twice, once for the incident and again for the sentencing — oh no, no “legal development” there!
- how they sometimes mysteriously choose to omit the race of the victims and perpetrators when the hate crime doesn’t fit their fantastical narrative of eeevil whites and poor, helpless, innocent minowities
- how they consider hours of racially motivated torture an act of “vandalism,” as long as the victim is white
- how they couldn’t be bothered to report on 30 to 40 blacks roaming the Iowa State Fairgrounds attacking whites at random in an event the perpetrators called “Beat Whitey Night” (try this one with the races reversed)
- how they also couldn’t muster any interest in a racist rampage by blacks at the Wisconsin State Fair last August, instead devoting their attention to a mistrial in the case against a suspected “white supremacist” — as if merely believing white people are better (and why would they ever think that?) is a horrific crime
- and so on
So you’re talking about that when all of a sudden, some “anti-racist” (which is just code for anti-white, anyway) whimpers, “You’re a racist!” Obviously, you don’t give a flying fuck what this mewling imbecile thinks of you, and you’re confident he’ll be among the first against the wall when the revolution comes, but you feel you it owe to your audience to respond. So what do you do?
Employ a race realist jiu-jitsu strike! Yes, you’re damn fucking right that’s a thing now, you bastard.
I don’t know if it’s “racist” or not. I just want to know if it’s true.
Here’s another version, emphasizing the difference between identifying “racism” and identifying truth.
I don’t know what “racist” means anymore. So I’ve gone back to asking if things are true or not.
That, at least, was my idea. Imagine my shock and horror when I discovered that Steve Sailer had already used this line — my line — as early as 1997!
There is only one logical explanation
Steve Sailer is, as I believe I’ve mentioned before, a time traveling plagiarist. He traveled forward in time to steal my idea at some point shortly after writing his excellent article on interracial marriage, “Is Love Colorblind” (June 14, 1997), then returned to his own time — where he belongs — to “invent” it “first.”
You see, there was this email to Sailer from a concerned reader, which begins by quoting the aforementioned article:
“This allows cruder measures — like the size of his muscles — to return to prominence.” This is a blatantly racist statement, and simultaneously labels women who marry these men as stupid, and sexually perverted.
I long ago got bored with the endless debates over whether or not a particular statement is “racist,” since I have enough trouble trying to figure out whether a statement is true or false, and that seems to be slightly more important.
The only silver lining on this drab, gray cloud of retroactive unoriginality (non-novelty? anti-ingenuity?) is the fact that Steve Sailer has employed my race realist jiu-jitsu strike so effectively and so early on. He continues:
So, let’s inquire about the truthfulness of my statements. If they are true, but you still consider them racist, well, you can blame God or natural selection or whatever you want. Of course, shooting the messenger has always been an emotionally satisfying (if merely short-term) alternative to dealing with reality.
Well now. That’s actually an excellent addendum. I almost wish I’d thought of it myself.
I suppose I can forgive you, Mr. Sailer, for your temporal tomfoolery, your… chronological capering. Say, could I have a look at that time machine contraption of yours? How did you say you control it again?
So if I wanted to travel to, say, June 13, 1997…