Aryan Narrations: White Supremacy and Negro Subordination I
This has to be one of the best books ever written about race. It uses the extreme differences presented to us between the Negro and the White man to show the natural positions of both and is sub-titled ‘Negroes – A Subordinate Race and (so-called) Slavery its Normal Condition’.
JH Van Evrie goes into great detail describing these differences and then finds analogies to them in the rest of the natural world. Many of these differences people may have never even thought of before, such as the fact that pure Negroes do not have beards. Any Negro that does, must have an infusion of White blood and actually be a mulatto. The other races do not grow much of a beard either, it is only the White man that is capable of growing a luxuriant fully grown beard. It starts to grow as the White male starts to become a man and becomes fully developed once the man is fully developed.
Using this example, we can see that the Caucasian is the most fully developed race, while the Negro is the least developed. In the same way that a child imitates and learns from his older brothers, the Negro imitates and learns from the superior race when he is placed alongside it. When on his own, the Negro has no example to to imitate and reverts back to savagery, as we see throughout the world in the areas that contain only Negroes.
The book was written at the end of the slavery era in 1867 and the author seeks to show that slavery was not cruel to the Negro, but is his natural position in the hierarchy of being, since every creature on earth has a purpose and nature is never wasteful. There must be a reason for the Negro’s being and that reason is found when he is juxtaposed with the White man, which also helps the White man to realise just how special and blessed the White race is.
If the Negro had the same faculties as a White man, then there would be a way of showing those faculties, such as embarrassment, shame, love, sympathy etc. But these emotions can never be visible on a face that is as Black as coal. If the Negro did have these abilities, then the creator cursed him never to be able to show them, which flies in the face of every other creature whose form is intricately tied up with its function. The Negro’s form limits his function in many ways, not just in showing emotion but even in the shape of his head, which does not allow room for the larger sized brain of the White man, or even the centre of gravity required to have one without falling over.
These first three chapters explain why it is that people were being deceived into thinking that Blacks were the same as Whites and some of the reasons may surprise you, such as a desire to distract people from the plight of the White underclass at the time. Just like today, many would prefer to help the poor oppressed starving Negro, than do anything to alleviate conditions for their White brothers. After that, some of the ways that we differentiate between species and kinds are discussed, with a view to using these criteria to define whether the Negro really is just a White man in black skin, as the abolitionists were claiming at the time.
Narrated by Sven Longshanks
Aryan Narrations: White Supremacy and Negro Subordination 1 – Causes of Popular Delusion
Aryan Narrations: White Supremacy and Negro Subordination 2 – General Laws of Organisation
Aryan Narrations: White Supremacy and Negro Subordination 3 – The Human Creation
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