Q. I understand that you are going on a vacation in a few days. Where are you going?
A. My friend and I are backpacking through Europe.
Q. With DNA profiling so big in this day and age, is this a “finding your roots” kind of trip?
A. I know my roots. I don’t need some asshole fucking around with my head. Those things are another way to sell race mixing. My trip is more for relaxation and soul searching.
Hmmm…alrighty. So, let’s get some basic questions out of the way, Chris.
Q. What do you think people’s first impression of you is when meeting you?
A. I don’t give a shit what people think.
Q. Do you think your parents are proud of the person you’ve become?
A. I can’t speak for them so, you’ll have to ask them yourself.
Q. What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done?.
A. Now, why would I tell you that?
Q. Do you believe in Happily Ever After? Do you want to get married?
A. I don’t believe anyone is truly happy. As for marriage, I don’t see the point. People can barely stand themselves. Why pretend to love each other.
Q. What do you like about yourself?
A. I’m resourceful.
Q.If you could wish for anything, anything at all, what would it be?
A. That the white race can prosper without all the drama.
Alright, now for some questions about your beliefs.
Q. Why can’t we as Americans prosper together?
A. Why is it so wrong to want whats best for my race. When blacks want their own award shows or channels, it’s viewed as a great thing but when a white person wants some separation, it’s a problem.
Q. Do you feel that you, as a white man, have been held back?
A. I believe that opportunities that I and my race created in this country have been squandered. that the American dream isn’t American anymore.
Q. What is your perfect world?
A. A world where I don’t have to fight for my rightful place.
Q. You were recently arrested for assault on a black police officer. He dropped the charges. Do you have anything to say about that incident?
Q. You have quite the reputation for being a badass. Are you carrying a weapon, right now?
Q. Would you call yourself a racist?
A. No. But I don’t have an issue with the term.
Q. Some believe that if you get to know a person of color, that you may have a change of heart. Have you ever taken the time to get to know a person of color?
A. Interview over.
Okay. So, I want to thank you for sitting down with me again. I hope you find what you are searching for on your trip, Mr. Stokes.
Heaven on Hel Island
COMING JANUARY 2018
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