THAT'S WHITE OF YOU.

Many commonly used phrases are racial in origin, as is the title of this essay.

Since venous blood is easily seen where not shielded by the pigment in the skin, White people are observed to show "blue blood" particularly in the region of the wrist. To this, we owe a term indicating aristocracy – blue blood, or to show blue in the veins.

Over the ages, the unknown was always feared and what was unknown was that which could not be seen. It's hard to see things at night and so night was always associated with what was feared and the blacker the night, the greater the fear.

Nocturnal mammals have a substance (guanine) which is part of the retina or the choroid and imparts a mirror-like quality. This stratum of the eye (tapeta lucida) produces the familiar "eyeshine" of such animals when observed with artificial light. It is this association with the stars of the night which made creatures of the night so feared. Most horror stories depict some creature with its shining eyes piercing through the black night. The night has a thousand eyes!

During the day, things are brighter and whiter. White became associated with good, clean and other attributes while black was perceived as evil, dirty and all that which should be avoided. The closer anything came to the panorama of a bright day – sun, sky and white clouds – the closer to good, or divinity, it became. A blue-eyed blond is the ideal for an angel and it has been associated in such a fashion for centuries. "Clean as the driven snow," that is, white. (The jew-owned Disney Studios has given Snow White brown eyes – they were originally blue when Walt was still breathing – and I soon expect her countenance to get more melanin additions over the coming years.)

It has been stated before that White is associated with Europe, Yellow with Asia and Black with Africa (the Dark continent). These then are the homelands of those races (species) which have been categorized by the color of their skins.

Men are visual animals and the stranger presents us with 3 defined regions of color: hair, skin and eyes. Since the skin occupies the greater area, it is not hard to see why its color has remained even to this day, the primary indicator of race. The interesting fact is that, of those 3 regions, it is the least reliable.

The skin has 7 recognizable layers: corneum, lucidum, granulosum, mucosum, germinativum, papillary and reticular. The first 5 are collectively called epidermis and the remaining 2 deeper layers, dermis (corium). In the region of the mucosum (Malpighii), all races have a black pigment which develops to varying degrees following birth. The young of the Black race are quite light in color upon birth. Melanin, as this pigment is called, differs widely among individuals being the product of both hereditary and from the metabolism of the amino acid tyrosine. The development of melanin is additionally affected by sunlight usually darkening for most people but actually lightening as is the case of Fuegians and the Sandwich Islanders. Sunlight causes the skin color of the Indo-Chinese and Malays to become dark olive. With the darker Europeans, sunlight can deepen the color of the skin to resemble that of a mulatto. Incidentally, the American "Redskin" got his name from the red ochre which was extensively used as a body paint and not from the color of his skin. The palms of the hand and the soles of the feet of Blacks are always yellowish in color and in all colored races, the back of the body is a shade darker than the front.

All races have a black pigment at the back of the iris which is present at birth. In the anterior portion of the iris, pigmentation proceeds following birth. White babies are born with blue eyes and the addition of pigment accumulates during the following weeks. If no pigment presents itself, then the child will retain his blue eyes. White pigment will yield grey eyes; yellow – hazel; and brown – brown to nearly black, depending upon the degree. Brown pigment is basic to the Black and Yellow races. Whites with brown eyes obviously owe that color to some admixture which may, or may not have occurred in the very remote past.

The final easily observed color characteristic remains that of the hair of which I have devoted an earlier essay. Black remains essentially the hair color of the Yellow and Black races. I have previously mentioned that pith is found only in the hair of the Yellow race while the Black hair has neither pith nor medullary tube, thus causing it to resemble wool.

One fellow, noting the presence of a large element of undesirables within the White race, preferred the term "Aryan" as a sort of "better" sub-set of White. This is all fine and dandy, but without defining what White is, the definition is rather feeble – one does not define anything by including the term which is to be defined. A black horse is a horse which is black, tells us nothing. We get no further by saying that a White person is one who is not Yellow or Black for that would require a definition of Black and Yellow. A change of noun often reveals the absurdity, i.e., the frobustans are the better part of the crouzimores. If you don't know what a crouzimore is, then frobustan is superfluous, nay, ludicrous.

A White person is one who exhibits a plethora of characteristics such as the color of the hair, skin and eyes, which can be reasonably attributed to that race alone. This is also true of the other 2 races. A problem arises when we try to classify mixtures of these races such as mulattos, mestizos, sambos, jews and so on. Depending upon where in the family tree the bloods were mixed, we can have a varying degree of success. Of course, some characteristics are more dominant than others. If the races were switched, the equivalent of an octoroon would appear more White than an octoroon appears Black. (Black/White, and Black/Yellow, breeds are called Black while Yellow/White breeds are called White. Figure that one out.)

So who is White?

Racial attributes permeate every cell of the body. The ancient Egyptians, as observed in their mummies, had light skins and red to blond hair. (Recent DNA analysis leaves no further doubt as to which race they belonged.) To claim, as is now the fashion on the jew-driven TV "History" channel, that the pyramids are part of Black history, is to venture into the world of fantasy and wishful thinking.

I have confined this short exercise to that which meets the eye, namely color. In most cases, we have little difficulty which becomes markedly decreased once we "eyeball" the relatives of those in question. Get a good look into those eyes and especially take note of the hair for color, texture and shape. Skin color also helps to a great degree but any obtuse attribute is always cause for suspicion for it just might indicate that some relative wasn't too careful who he played bury the weenie with. That, in itself may well be a hereditary defect.

If race makes a difference in whatever you might require, and I believe that it should, then one would be well advised to spend more time studying and observing rather than running off at the mouth with a batch of "Sieg Heils" or "White Pride" yodels. If you are going to hunt kaipops, then you'd better be able to tell what in hell one looks like.

by Robert Frenz

25 July 1999