15 May, 2011

White Nursery Rhyme

Posted by Socrates in David Irving, Socrates, white nationalism, White thought at 5:46 pm | Permanent Link

“I am a baby Aryan; not Jewish or sectarian; I will not marry an ape or Rastafarian.”

  • 4 Responses to “White Nursery Rhyme”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      The itsy-bitsy nigger

      climbed up the chain-link fence

      Down came The Man

      Who killed him in self-defence

      Out came the moolies

      With their protest signs

      And all the Jews

      With all their sighs and whines

      But the itsy-bitsy nigger

      Won’t ever hold up that Korean grocery store again.

    2. torrence Says:

      I believe the lead-off thread quote is from the great contemporary historian David Irving. That was held against him in his Lipstadt trial; don’t know why it should be, but it was. It was probably introduced to convince people he was a ‘racist’. It is a quote I can abide with quite well.

    3. abc Says:

      It comes from this:

      No less hidden was David Irving’s alleged racism. Revealed in court was a racist ditty that he sang to his daughter as they passed “half-breed children” in the street: “I am a baby Aryan; Not Jewish or sectarian; I will not marry; An ape or Rastafarian”. Irving claimed that this song was a response to a smear in Searchlight, “of whom you will no doubt hear more,” he warned ominously.

      So, voicing disgust at half-breeds is bad? I want to be bad!

    4. DMS Says:

      I think they got the verse wrong, the “I will not marry” of the third line doesn’t fit.

      More likely it goes like this:

      I am a baby Aryan
      Not Jewish or sectarian
      I will not be marryin’
      An ape or Rastafarian

      I will not be marryin’
      An ape or Rastafarian.