Or so says the Southern Poverty Law Center. Why? Because in addition to all the verboten acts MacDonald has committed, he has now written a blurb for a novel:
What’s most remarkable, however, is MacDonald’s apparent endorsement of at least imagined violence against his enemies. This drift from scholarly professor to bloodthirsty militant seemed to begin in 2010, when MacDonald wrote a blurb for White Apocalypse, a novel penned by then-budding racist Kyle Bristow. The book’s plot revolves around a series of violent revenge fantasies against Jewish professors, Latino and Native American activists, and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
You see, writing a favorable blurb for a novel in which characters die is the worst thing that anyone could do — much worse than, say, planting real bombs to kill real people. I’m referring to Dr. William Ayers, whom the SPLC once praised for his efforts on behalf of “social justice” (translation: socialism) and against “racism” (translation: against Whites).
Fortunately, Ayers’s bombs failed to work as intended — after all, his major was in “Education,” so he has no useful skills — however, the point is that he not only intended to commit mass murder, but is unrepentant:
Regarding his violent radical past: “I don’t regret setting bombs. I feel we didn’t do enough.” When asked if he would “do it all again,” he replied, “I don’t want to discount the possibility.”
Asked what would happen after the revolution succeeded and the government was overthrown, he stated he believed the government “would have to eliminate 25 million Americans who would not conform to the new order.”
The SPLC’s standard is that fictional violence against leftist fictional characters is a bad, bad thing, but actually wanting to snuff out 25 million people who refuse to accept communism is “idealistic.” So now we know.