Washington, DC: Following last
year’s controversial Supreme Court ruling that “segregation of white and
Negro children in the public schools of a State solely on the basis of
race…denies Negro children the equal protection of the laws guaranteed
by the Fourteenth Amendment,” a large number of whites across the South
are experiencing great pain and agony as an historic era comes to an
“Keeping those niggers out of our schools
and neighborhoods was such an important part of the white dream,” John
C. Black, an Alabama businessman with strong ties to the local Christian
community, tearfully recalled. “After all, this land belongs to us,
that’s what God and Manifest Destiny says,” he added.
Many white citizens in the Southern
states, along with some in the North, feel trapped and endangered by
what they perceive to be a radically pro-Negro agenda sweeping the
country. Some have even vowed to resist the government’s mandates.
“When the cops come here and try to force
us to board the buses with those black hoodlums, we will fight them
every step of the way,” Stan White, a South Carolina preacher, roared to
an applauding audience at a political event sponsored by the White
Such scenes of tumult erupted last week
across Alabama, as emotional white parents fought police officers and
National Guardsmen, hurling rocks and spitting at them as they attempted
to escort Negroes to schools. “They’re traitors, I used to admire our
military, but now I don’t know,” Rob Black, a protesting parent of two
boys at a large Montgomery high school said.
Prominent spokesman for segregation, Elie
Weasel, appeared deeply pained by the ongoing situation and condemned
Negroes for their callousness. “Look at those Negroes, why, they don’t
even sympathize while many of us whites experience the great pain and
suffering of having to relinquish part of what makes us so superior to
them,” he lamented in a recent opinion piece published in a prominent
At the time of this report, several
Negroes had been lynched. None, however, were available for comment.
The above piece was penned in honor of the
highly objective reporting provided by the mainstream American media on
the Gaza withdrawal, and in appreciation of the
wise words of Elie Wiesel.
M. Junaid Alam,
22, is co-editor of the leftist youth journal Left Hook,
and a journalism student at Northeastern University in Boston. He can be