How Did You Become A Racial Realist?
[Interesting question. I'll leave this up for a couple of days. Anyone who cares to can add their own stories in the comments section as to how the scales fell from their eyes and they became racially aware. We should get some responses on this one. - HAC]
Black people convinced me, through their actions, fairly early in life that we are not all the same under the skin. Later on, this concept was confirmed by leftists and their endless shenanigans. Whenever a topic cannot be discussed rationally in society, it means there is an unpopular truth lurking behind the facade. Since American leftist society is incapable of speaking frankly about race (without it quickly becoming emotional with name-calling etc.) there is clearly a truth they are afraid to confront. All this has drawn me toward the truth: racial realism.