''Just a moment’s worth of sober reflection in no time reveals that there is more than sufficient warrant for treating White Racism of a piece with Bigfoot and the rest of similarly mythic beings.
Actually, there is a sense in which reports of Bigfoot sightings are more credible than similar reports of White Racism. Bigfoot sightings from across time, though they tend to differ in degree as far as relatively trivial specifics are concerned—e.g. height, weight, etc.—nonetheless neatly coincide. Reports of White Racism, on the other hand, diverge wildly from one another. White Racism is the ugliest of creatures; upon this all who claim to have spotted it agree.''
Read the entire piece. As Kerwick develops his theme, it begins to look as though the 'white racism' boogieman is omnipresent and all-encompassing, since it seems to live and exist among Whites of very different opinions and habits.
Kerwick does not say it, but it's been my contention that the 'conservatives' who are so exercised by what they call 'liberal racism' do much to perpetuate the idea that this 'White racism' is everywhere, because with the Republicans joining in the race-baiting along with the Democrats, it only furthers the popular idea that all Whites, regardless of political affiliation, are racist, since each side points the finger at the other. Thus it seems that both liberal and 'conservative' Whites confirm the idea that all Whites are in fact racist. The left loves this. The nonwhites love it. The Republicans are helping strengthen the idea of ubiquitous and innate racism on the part of Whites. It's just always 'the other guy' who is the culprit.
I don't necessarily follow all that Kerwick says, but overall the piece is worth reading.