Among them are:
• Slavery in America was beneficial for Africans,
• Black Americans owe white Americans reparations because their greater rate of poverty has led to a disproportionate reliance on welfare, and
• There is something inherently wrong with people of African descent.
The evidence I've reviewed so far leads me to believe that the shrill and ego-crazed Horowitz has again raided the hen house and is crying foul when caught despite the feathers stuck to his face. I will do some additional reading, but doubt I will warm to Horowitz.
However, this is just my opinion. A reader from South Africa who commented on one of Horowitz's books at Amazon lauds his work.
4 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
This book does an excellent job of exposing anti-white (black) racism in America, however, as prevalent as black racism and anti-white bias there is - to the extent that whites must continuously apologise for existing, it does not sufficiently cover the truth of global black racism, as spearheaded by the ANC (Africa's Nazis party.)The section on Afro-Nazism shows historical awareness but a greater correlation could have been drawn between modern African Nationalism and German Nationalism of the 1930's.There are numerous modern day examples of Afro-Nazism; one need only look to the ANC dominated South African governments' Nazis-style, racial engineering program which insists on the removal of white males from the economy.Students of history will know that this is exactly how the Nazis began their hate campaign against the jews.This book is a must read, and should be read in conjunction with "Hope and Fear" and " Die the Beloved Country".
Horowitz has definitely created an audience for himself, but I suspect his efforts to pass himself off as mainstream, and not an appropriate target of the SPLC, will fail.
Note: A version of this entry appeared at Silver Rights.