When a collectivist hears what he considers an unsavory opinion, he cries out Racist!
An unsavory opinion to a collectivist is any opinion with which he disagrees. All agreeable opinions are located in the Modern Little Red Book. This manual sits in no bookstore or even on Amazon, but all collectivists know it by heart.
It lives in their bosoms with a religious fervor.
Read about it here.
I do not currently own a gun, but I have owned guns in the past.
Before moving over the Rio Bravo I owned my grandmother’s chrome-plated Smith & Wesson .32-caliber revolver. I also owned my granddaddy’s shotgun, and once I owned a .45-caliber automatic pistol with the words Ejercito Argentino engraved on the side.
So I clearly was a racist.
I own no firearms now, deeming it unwise in Mexico which has strong gun laws of the sort collectivists desire for the United States. Ole Felipe — an upstanding citizen — has no firepower, but bad guys do. See the problem with gun bans?
I have been called racist now and then hereabouts due to conservative leanings, which is to say I embrace opinions not allowed by the Modern Little Red Book.
At age 55 I intentionally moved over the Rio Bravo to a land 90 percent inhabited by brown people. I married a brown person. I learned these brown people’s tongue, and I speak it all day. For years, I have financially assisted a brown teenager in Guadalajara.
I love Israel and Jews. I once caressed a black Puerto Rican who smiled back at me, but never a redhead, which I regret.
In spite of these facts, since I harbor opinions banned in the Modern Little Red Book, which lives solely in the cheerless hearts of collectivists, I am a racist.
And now if you own a gun to shoot squirrels, tin cans or burglars, you are racist too.