quote:Originally posted by Nmaginate:
Can't say I've ever heard of Richard Dixon but apparently he said the following as reported by a self-described Radical Right Wing website which shares CON-Feeds language and disdain for "Liberal Socialists" along with his an inane WHITE focus on the NAACP, etc.: "Black Conservatism finds its roots in White Conservatism. ...
I first heard of Richard Dixon back in '00. With the installation of the current mis-administration the Gate Keepers rose to prominence, albeit w/out credibility in the very community from which they originate.
More from Dixon:
- My socialization into Club white was further validated when I decided to join a predominantly white college called DePauw University in Greencastle, IN. For those of you not familiar with this institution of higher learning its most distinguish black alumni were Vernon Jordan and Dr. Percy L. Julian. There were only 36 African-Americans out of a predominantly white student body of 2500 students. Since there were no black sororities or fraternities at the time, I joined a white fraternity called Lambda Chi Alpha just to fit in. Most of my extra-curricular activities were centered on white college life minus the black student union. I did not get involved until my sophomore year and only after I helped to shape it into the image of what I thought it should be. Finally, during my final year of college I met a white woman who I eventually married two and a half years later. I didn't marry her because she was white, but because at the time I loved her. Yet lurking in the back of my mind was the notion that marrying outside the black experience would seem to make things easier for me in my ascension up through corporate America. I even joined the Mormon Faith later in the marriage to further appease the Anglo-Saxon mentality. I considered myself smart, articulate, well-spoken, ambitious, aggressive, and ruthless, qualities that I thought was endearing in White Corporate America.