You're right, white supremacy totally isn't a problem today. That murderous rampage in Christchurch where an alt-right incel livestreamed himself killing 50 people? Didn't happen, wasn't a problem. Dylann Roof's massacre, the synagogue shooting, illegal immigrant kids being put into concentration camps, the deadly riots in Charleston...you're right, none of these things are "issues in our time". Nothing to see there, racism doesn't exist anymore, we totally aren't seeing an upswing in incels and nazis committing more and more acts of mass violence. And miss me with that nonsense about how the HBD people aren't actually racist, they just believe that "white people evolved differently". There's an enormous overlap between the HBD crowd and the vermin I described in my paragraph. HBD is an attempt to legitimize racism under the smokescreen of pseudoscience. You can't possibly believe that people like Jared Taylor or Richard Spencer aren't actually white supremacists, just that "they believe white people evolved differently." No, race is more or less completely imaginary. Both of these people are technically "black": But in terms of phenotype, religion, culture, etc they may so little in common that group labels like "Black" or even "East African" are essentially meaningless. Same with these two people, who are both Indian: They're both Tamil from the south of India, same city, same genetics, but they look completely different from each other. The woman could probably pass for a local in most of Southern Europe. Are her and the guy (her husband) "different races"? There do exist relatively homogenous genetic groups, but the grey areas between different "races" are so enormous and populous that the entire concept becomes completely meaningless.