[Jesse Helms] “opposed civil rights”? Uh, no. He opposed a particular vision of them.

John J. Miller,
National Review, 7/04/08

White people, wake up before it is too late. Do you want Negroes working beside you, your wife and your daughters, in your mills and factories? Frank Graham favors mingling of the races.

Jesse Helms,
campaign advertisement, 1950

The Negro cannot count forever on the kind of restraint that’s thus far left him free to clog the streets, disrupt traffic, and interfere with other men’s rights.

Jesse Helms,
WRAL-TV commentary, 1963

Crime rates and irresponsibility among Negroes are a fact of life which must be faced.

Jesse Helms,
NY Times, 2/8/81

The civil rights movement, as Dr. [Martin Luther] King calls it, has had an uncommon number of moral degenerates leading the parade. The Negroes of America have a Congress that would tomorrow enact Webster’s Dictionary into law with a civil rights label on it.

Jesse Helms,
1965

Jesse Helms has repeatedly fought for the best interests of the White race and America. He may have compromised on a few issues under heavy pressure, but among modern Senators, Jesse Helms was the best by a large margin.

James Buchanan,
White Civil Rights.com, 7/04/08

Jesse Helms was a true patriot and statesman.He will be missed.

redneckst8ofmind,
Stormfront.com, 7/04/08

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