Race, Race, Race, Race, Race

By Daniel Mallock (September 2019)

American People Series #20: Die, Faith Ringgold, 1967




Finally, we have arrived.


until now.


Welcome to Nazi Germany, mid-to-late 1930s. Many fake analysts of the left have been calling out false comparisons between our country and Nazi Germany for at least twenty years (though few such things were said during the last president’s administration), and now they are finally right. Broken clocks are right twice a day. Broken, failed fake analysts can be right once—but not at all for the reasons they elucidated in their ridiculous but excessive fake analyses.


Read more in New English Review:
China’s Space Dream is America’s Nightmare
The Ayatollah of Climate Change: Greta Thunberg
Jean François Revel, the Totalitarian Impulse, and Intellectuals


Nazi Germany was certainly a fascist, totalitarian dictatorship. The United States is not. What then brings our two societies now into close alignment? Race.


nth degree. As a youth, this was described to me as “stereotyping” and was something to be avoided as a serious personal failing. This has been turned on its head in today’s America where those who are race-blind, that is those who care only about character, personal quality, and achievement and not about race or identity are considered dinosaurs behind the times. It is important to note that the foundation of Martin Luther King’s message was that we all ought to be race-blind and only look upon others for the quality and contents of their character and not the color of their skin. Now, this essential American message is forgot? It’s a tragedy. Well, the times they are a changing, certainly; but the times they are broken, specifically for this reason, and some others, as well. 


Our country has extraordinary challenges. No one could deny this truth. Most strident of all is the contagion of violence (often with guns wielded by lunatics) that shatters our national peace and brings fear and horror to every decent person, American or otherwise.


This day, August 31, 2019, another gun-toting homicidal maniac committed mass murder in Texas. Apparently, a traffic stop unraveled into a murder spree, at least according to one outlet.


While every American who hears of or reads about or knows somebody involved or is a witness to or victim of such a horror is affected deeply and horrified beyond words—we all pray a prayer (even agnostic prayers) for the victims, the swift capture or neutralization of the perpetrator(s), and for the country, too.


Read more in New English Review:
Whisper Louder Please
Wartime Atrocities
This grotesque Nazi worldview of race race race is not limited to those troubled people in our country alone. DailyMail is considered the most widely read newspaper on the planet via the internet. Look how they stir the pot, play into the hands of the race-obsessed revolutionists, and add further fuel to this fire of American self-doubt, and the overturning of civil society and the political system into a pathetic new Nazi playland.




In our navel-gazing troubled culture of race race race all the time every day every hour and amid doubts about our national value fueled by ignorance and revolutionist sentiment then ramped up further by failed politicians and lunatics, fake journalists reporting on these nightmare events becomes a political event in itself.


I tell you this, loud, there is no black culture, there is no white culture, there are no race divisions in the United States other than those fostered and promulgated by revolutionists and the ignorant. There is only American culture in the United States—one to which every citizen of whatever color contributes. The revolutionists of the left desire to destroy this concept and bury it at the bottom of the trash pile of history, though history shows that this is the essential binding element of our country. Destroy the binding and the country sways and totters like a bad Chicago sky scraper. This unity of identity is the core of the country and without it, well . . . next stop Berlin.


«Previous Article Table of Contents Next Article»




Daniel Mallock is a historian of the Founding generation and of the Civil War and is the author of The New York Times Bestseller, Agony and Eloquence: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and a World of Revolution. He is a Contributing Editor at New English Review, and Assistant Editor at New English Review Press.

Follow NER on Twitter @NERIconoclast