From an apparently-not-online column by Larry A. McClellan, in today's The Star:
Charles Lindbergh, in an article in the Reader's Digest in the 1930s, wrote that the ability of whites to fly was "one of the priceless possessions which permit the White race to live well in a pressing sea of Yellow, Black and Brown."
The Star article is actually about aviation history in Robbins, but bastard I am I decided to focus on the quote instead. Which is from an article titled "Aviation, Geography and Race," I found out from a helpful post at Stormfront.org. Thanks, kids!
Anyway, guess who the main terminal at Minneapolis St. Paul airport is named for? No, go on, guess.
But I'm sure Lucky Lindy disavowed his racist beliefs and all that good shit at some point.
Our civilization depends on peace among Western nations, and therefore on united strength, for Peace is a virgin who dare not show her face without Strength, her father, for protection. We can have peace and security only so long as we band together to preserve that most priceless possession, our inheritance of European blood, only so long as we guard ourselves against attack by foreign armies and dilution by foreign races.
He just sounds like an early warblogger in this particular article, is all.
I mean, Minnesotans would never go around naming stuff after an unrepentant. . . sorry, can't even finish typing that.
No reason to act like it only happens in Minnesota, after all. Isn't there a move to get something named after the late President Reagan in every state?
Wait, Reagan is dead, right?
And if not, why the fuck not?