Lew, you obviously put a lot of time into your reply, but I don't know what more I can say other than what I already have. You're "fully aware of the negatives" I mentioned but "don't consider any of them to be serious at all." We'll just have to agree to disagree if you think that any well-known White public figure can speak out on racial issues from a pro-White perspective in this country and not face serious immediate and lasting repercussions. I think you have a very naïve outlook on how "the system" operates in this country as well as human nature. My advice would be to become a pro-White activist in your own life rather than waiting for Kurt Warner to lead the way. It's easy to advise others on what to believe and how to conduct their lives. It would be easier for sympathetic celebrities to speak out if there was an actual strong pro-White movement rather than a bunch of anonymous keyboard warriors. (Regarding Trump, he was smart enough not to take explicit pro-White stances; he never once mentioned the word "white" during his campaign.) The only way the masses are going to become aware of the Caste System is through grassroots activism, not waiting for the "man on the white horse" in the form of Kurt Warner or any other White quarterback. And second, contact Kurt yourself, lay out your case against the Caste System and see if you can persuade him to speak out.