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Old 26-08-2017, 03:26 AM   #381
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exactly ^^^^

but let's not forget how '' oppressed '' the people are who can apply for any job , get qualifications in any subject , leave the country , come back to the country , run for public office , start their own business on and on and on

the fact some people don't is not because they are oppressed because the fact is there are literally no laws in place in these countries which would stop anyone doing anything based upon gender or race

it's ironic though that there ARE measures in place to stop Caucasians getting work based on Affirmative Action

but let's not worry , that's to help the minorities and tbh is a massive insult because it is basically admitting that if they go for a job Vs a white person they have less chance of getting the job

even their own ''solutions'' to racism are racist

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Exactly. While people here are afforded the same rights as every citizen they are still being portrayed as victims by the folks who claim to stand up for them.
Folks who wear clothes made by poor asian kids in a fucking sweatshop for 15 hours a day, who communicate on their fucking stinking corporate made phones and computers, going to their demonstrations about fuck all on transport fueled by the oil they claim should be returned to its rightful owners, taking up public services and air time, leaving litter at least and smashing up peoples property thus giving more revenue to their real enemy.

And all the while trying to find victims in a relatively free world while ignoring the shit state of people elsewhere.

Stupid bastards. Because pulling down a statue in Virginia really saves a kid from being exploited, maybe beaten or raped to make your fucking clothes you wear while pulling down that statue.
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Hypocrite gets owned by Tucker Carlson

http://investmentwatchblog.com/must-...en-they-do-it/

However - frankly i think groups should be allowed to exclude people based on whatever criteria the group decides.

However, when we see this lady whining about racism and then when confronted with her interest group practising racism (and I support BLM being able to exclude whites, so long as whites can exclude ANY group they choose to without moaning and riots) she is shown to be caight in a double standard position

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This historian has an interesting take on the actual foundation of America and apparently sees the Americans revolting against the British partly because the British were beginning to move against slavery and the American elites wanted to maintain it. The whole history and mythology of America and its FREEMASONIC ILLUMINATI founders is bullshit, and part of the political correctness of the right wing. These myths must be subscribed to and even the vast majority of those on the left subscribe to the bullshit.

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This historian has an interesting take on the actual foundation of America and apparently sees the Americans revolting against the British partly because the British were beginning to move against slavery and the American elites wanted to maintain it. The whole history and mythology of America and its FREEMASONIC ILLUMINATI founders is bullshit, and part of the political correctness of the right wing. These myths must be subscribed to and even the vast majority of those on the left subscribe to the bullshit.

The American Founding Fathers were Pagan, particularly Benjamin Franklin (Hellfire Club), Washington and Jefferson. Washington used satanic numerology in all his military celebrations and built everything with Satan in mind. Freedom of speech and the constitution in general was a big blow to the Christian establishment.

They built numerous monuments to the Pagan gods like Astaroth and Satan (Poseidon). They were all part of the original Freemason lodges which were continuations of the Templar Order - which changed due to hundreds being burnt or killed by the christian french king. Satan is clearly not about slavery and Washington emancipated his slaves at the end of his life.

His enemies, Communist Jews, are in fact the true enslavers just like their E.T. Reptilian masters whom have the slave race of the E.T. Greys at their disposal.
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white people are white coz they come from europe where it is cloudy and not much sun. anyone who moves there will eventually become white after a few hundred year and some mixing of the blood. if there is anything to be proud of it is the vegan heritage and love of nature and women. Slavery and all the money slavery is not european it comes from further east or south and it was europeans who were victims of slavery and the pig eating cattle cult invading.




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We all know that in the MSM discussion of Jewish supremacy is taboo ?

We know the MSM is owned by the oligarchs ?

In the "alt media" or "troof movement" I find that there is a subject that has the same similarity of the taboo of the MSM, and that is the topic of "white supremacy"

In the "troof movement" you can talk about

Jewish supremacy of course, that is virtually a staple of it

muslim supremacy
black supremacy
liberal supremacy
mexican supremacy

However bring up white supremacy and you will receive all sorts of backlash and resistance.

On this very forum we have thread after thread discussing Islam and its designs or its supremacy. No one seems to have a problem with this.

You can discuss Jews and their supremacy as long as you do not consider Jews to be white.

BUt try to bring up white supremacy and you will have all sorts of insults and hatred directed towards you.

YOu will be told that it does not exist, and that only every other group other than straight white males plays identity politics, but this just is not true.
I agree with you. White identity politics is just as divisive as any other identity politics.
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For what its worth, I have been writing on the topic of Supremacy recently, and don't ask me how, its worked out my work is being featured on a US blog for Black Politics. I will link one up:

White Supremacy, Black Supremacy, same BOOT?

I had another one of "those" questions thrown at me: "Is it a false equivalence to compare White Supremacy to Black Supremacy?", to which I sat back with that "oh boy" feeling and put my thinking cap on...

So look:

To start with, before I start talking about other people's points of view, lets start getting this straight about my own:

I stand for lawful free society. Basically, people getting on reasonably and solving their problems peacefully, and if necessary, through the law. And for the law to be set by the Government, chosen from the people for the people by the people. Democracy.

All this hating on people and wanting them driven out, or killed, as the way to "fix the world", well really, look around, when has this ever worked out well? Just in the past week, we have found how the murderous excesses of "Cultural Supremacy" has even managed to infect the Bhuddists of Myanmar, as 100,000 Muslims flee for Bangladesh and there is talk of maybe 1000's dead, and of counter massacres!

And when I look at any form of "supremacy" in the world today, "white supremacy",  "black supremacy", I see the SAME mindset, intolerance, prejudice, people's views being twisted into a destructive form, with their actual culture merely the excuse: for the same brutalised pattern of thought! 
Same pattern of thought: same psychological drivers: same (similar) ideas: same bullshit: more victims, of every race, of every colour, worldwide!
Some people will get this, some people wont, but nonetheless: that is what I see.

So what is this "supremacy" mindset?

"Supremacy" is a social stress reaction: 

When people are marginalised economically, socially, feel frustrated powerless and unheard, then people turn inwards to survival instincts and "those more like us". And this contains the risk, that IF the circumstances are right, it can become a mass-psychology virus. 
Poverty. Repression. And "the other" to blame: and then something "gives" and that energy explodes brutally and violently. Like what happened in Germany 1930's. Or Rwanda 1994. Or Yugoslavia 1992-1995. Or Myanmar, today. Or America...???

It's happened so many times, in so many places... no wonder people are tense, and scared, but unfortunately,  also possibly making it worse...
As you read these words, especially if you a resident in the US, that's going to depend, at least in part, on you, because as part of American society, you are either embodying the solution or feeding the problem...

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Lets be honest about America: It is founded, in part, on "White Supremacy". When those Pilgram Fathers landed from Plymouth, many of them had fine aspirations, indeed, they were expelled from England on matters of religious principle, but the struggle to survive they encountered soon eroded fine ideals.

For all the story telling of sharing the Turkey, we all know what really happened, and the Warfare against native tribes that continued as the wave of settlement continued over the next 200 years to "win" the West.
And for all Jeffersons "All men are created equal", it took the American Civil War to eliminate LEGAL White Supremacy from the US Constitution, and the Civil Rights movement 100 years later to create Legal Equality.
Yet is it therefore any surprise that shit poor bottom rung Whites are going to look at their history with a romanticised supremacist lens and hold to the prejudice of their forefathers?

****

While the black supremacists hold to an aspirational athro-centralism that glorifies (and imagines) virtues for their origin culture to create a narrative of their "true" superiority and holds the almost prophetic belief that American Society is bound to collapse and that from the wreckage, the "black race" will emerge... in this, its not hard to see that US black supremacy has developed in reaction and as a mirror too the history of American slavery.

Ironically there are corrolations here with the slave religion of the Jews and their Egyptian overlords, the ancient Hebrew prophecy of a messiah to rise...
And that may also be why Anti-Semitism is as rife among black supremacists and white supremacists: although it must be pointed out there are also pro-Israel/Zionist white supremacists, there are two distinct branchs on the Jewish question.

But this shared loathing has even seen tentative alliances between "Black" and "White" Supremacists in the US, as happened in the Chicago 1964 meeting between the Nation of Islam and the American Nazi party, where they basically agreed they should live far away from each other, but jointly agreed, Jews were right out and had to go...

And as also happened in WWII when Bosnian Muslims, radicalised by anti semitic propaganda, fought for the Nazi's in the 13th Mounted Waffen Division of the SS... 

(about 100,000. But 1.1 million Muslims fought FOR the allies, so do keep this fact in context).

*****

This gives us a picture of what Supremacy is, but what are we comparing it to? What is Supremacy NOT?

Its not American!

Not the America who has grown, from the Great Depression, the World Wars, the Cold War, Vietnam, the Counter Culture Revolution, the 60's, the 70's, the 80's, the 90's, and the 16 long awful years of War on Terror since 2001.
Not the America that has dominated the screens of the world with its narrative messages of peace, prosperity, democracy, the American Dream, (alongside ample messages of America's might and power!)  for sure, but many great dreamers have achieved a lot of manifesting!

This is the colour-blind America of Freedom and Opportunity, and even if you haven't felt that promise in your own life, you know it is part of what has made America what she is today.

And while my view may not be popular, I also happen to think this is the real America represented by Donald Trump...

*****

Supremacy movements have always bubbled under the surface of American Society, and we all know the times they broke through. They are divisive and polarising movements of people who develop fundamentalist rigid minsets where they emotionally shut down to, and dehumanise, those they have chosen to be "to blame".

But they are also subversive movements, not least because, the smartest supremacists work out, they aren't going to get a majority through the Demos, and sparking civil conflict and mounting a takeover in the chaos is their best route to seize power.

And that's why Supremacy movements, whenever they arise in the world, regardless of if they end up waving a swastika or waving a hammer and sickle, or maybe the flag of ISIS, all end up as some form of FASCISM: the death of freedom and the imposition of a police state...

Therefore the big danger signal is when supremacists start to advocate violence and assemblies become violent, which of course polarised supremacists are happy to start as Anti-Fa meets Fa full on, combat armour and ski-masked up, with shield and club (at least!) at the ready..

As politics increasingly become so lukewarm as to be turgid corporate guff, from the Reagan to Obama years, so strong left and right paradigm counter cultures began, the big showing for the Occupy Movement, the appearance of Black Lives Matter, the Kekistani's, many groups emerging, and now merging, into the Alt Left and the Alt Right, and you bet, at the extremes of both we find black and white supremacy. 

Many movements are NOT supremacist but have members at different stages of seduction to supremacist thoughts. The politics of division, especially around Race Identity, has produced the very fertile ground that produced Trump, as white people especially reacted to having the guilt trip of "white privilege" shoved down the throat and made to think nothing they did was ever good enough... that doesn't mean they all became KKK but it does mean they weren't going to vote for being moralised at by Clinton, and really, its not hard to see their point!

Equally, many of the movements have been concerned with real injustice and the clearly dis-proportionate treatment of Ethnic groups by the US Justice system, especially blacks. While it might be said that communities need to have a look at themselves too, it cannot be denied society owes these communities answers and change. Its a sad thing that its gun violence that characterises America in the eyes of the world. 

And yet, here is a ray of hope: Trump is not proving to be what the white supremacists who were part of (not that big a part of) his support base thought...

When Trump condemned violence on BOTH sides at Charlottesville, he attracted immediate media outrage than he wasn't entirely partisan in only condemning the White Supremacists. But he meant it. He WAS condemning both sides. And look at how he has managed Harvey and DACA. This man really does believe in an America of opportunity for all: and that means, regardless if you would ever vote for the man, he IS your president, he IS supporting American Unity and he should be supported in that cause. And that's also what he meant when he said there were many good people there too: there were! many went to peacefully oppose racism and fascism, as much as others went to peacefully defend free speech or American patriotism and history. 

So this is where we are: what do we want? 

If Supremacy is taken to its logical conclusion, if an open Race War starts in the US, there will be some sort of brutal civil war and then, if Federal Government falls, the US will be carved up into different ethno states at God knows what cost in human lives and misery...

While if Americana triumphs, America continues its saga of growth and greatness in this century, as it did in the last...

^ This is what's at stake...

*****

Is it a false equivalence to compare White and Black supremacy?

No: it is NOT: for they are both versions of the same destructive mindset that seeks to retreat from the world rather than engage, impose by force rather than talk and make deals, and would rather burn it all down than change. 

And that makes them BOTH dangerous to the REAL America, if either get out of control, metastize in a neighbourhood, and start causing real mayhem.
Moral equivalence is the big sin of our age: taking two bad groups and deciding which is less bad than the other, and then making excuses for one while condemning the other along rigid partisan lines. A hypocrisy that is eternally facepalmed by those with eyes to see...

And this stops real communication amongst the bulk of the real people: the moderate middle who cant stand all this race bullshit and just want everyone to get along, but are tied up not knowing how to talk about the issues without causing offence. I promise you: that's the real silent majority: the 90% of Americans who just want to be American.

The problem with extremists isn't that their numbers are large: its when their numbers get focused, when 5% of a community can start to use violence and intimidation to cow the 95% and start getting their own way with laws and policies.

The numbers say, there are 900 "hate groups" in the USA and around 200 are black supremacist. The other 700 are varied form of white supremacist anti-jew anti-muslim. While its hard to know the size of these groups, if membership averages 100, that's 90,000 extremist supremacists, if its 1000, its 900,000, but against the US population of 350,000,000, does that not help gain some perspective?

No matter how this LOOKS through the lens of the media: Supremacists DONT have to win, if the American people as a whole stand up to them, peacefully, through the rule of law and demonstrating UNITY: all Races: all colours: all American: TOGETHER!

It's the positive American identity:uniting around shared love of Nation, coupled with a determination to demand honesty and real solutions to the problems, especially chronic inequality, that will take America forward.

That best destiny needs people dedicated to creating that unity, to work hard for society, and to make sure society truly delivers.

Believe in your cause: make THAT your mission: 

And you will be doing your part to make the future bright indeed:

So YES! 

We ARE justified: 

To condemn both "Black" and "White" "Supremacy":

EQUALLY!

Thank you

John White

https://www.patreon.com/posts/white-supremacy-14417942

And the version featured on "The Black Hat":

http://www.enterthehat.com/2017/09/w...remacy-is.html
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For what its worth, I have been writing on the topic of Supremacy recently, and don't ask me how, its worked out my work is being featured on a US blog for Black Politics. I will link one up:

White Supremacy, Black Supremacy, same BOOT?

I had another one of "those" questions thrown at me: "Is it a false equivalence to compare White Supremacy to Black Supremacy?", to which I sat back with that "oh boy" feeling and put my thinking cap on...

So look:

To start with, before I start talking about other people's points of view, lets start getting this straight about my own:

I stand for lawful free society. Basically, people getting on reasonably and solving their problems peacefully, and if necessary, through the law. And for the law to be set by the Government, chosen from the people for the people by the people. Democracy.

All this hating on people and wanting them driven out, or killed, as the way to "fix the world", well really, look around, when has this ever worked out well? Just in the past week, we have found how the murderous excesses of "Cultural Supremacy" has even managed to infect the Bhuddists of Myanmar, as 100,000 Muslims flee for Bangladesh and there is talk of maybe 1000's dead, and of counter massacres!

And when I look at any form of "supremacy" in the world today, "white supremacy",  "black supremacy", I see the SAME mindset, intolerance, prejudice, people's views being twisted into a destructive form, with their actual culture merely the excuse: for the same brutalised pattern of thought! 
Same pattern of thought: same psychological drivers: same (similar) ideas: same bullshit: more victims, of every race, of every colour, worldwide!
Some people will get this, some people wont, but nonetheless: that is what I see.

So what is this "supremacy" mindset?

"Supremacy" is a social stress reaction: 

When people are marginalised economically, socially, feel frustrated powerless and unheard, then people turn inwards to survival instincts and "those more like us". And this contains the risk, that IF the circumstances are right, it can become a mass-psychology virus. 
Poverty. Repression. And "the other" to blame: and then something "gives" and that energy explodes brutally and violently. Like what happened in Germany 1930's. Or Rwanda 1994. Or Yugoslavia 1992-1995. Or Myanmar, today. Or America...???

It's happened so many times, in so many places... no wonder people are tense, and scared, but unfortunately,  also possibly making it worse...
As you read these words, especially if you a resident in the US, that's going to depend, at least in part, on you, because as part of American society, you are either embodying the solution or feeding the problem...

*****

Lets be honest about America: It is founded, in part, on "White Supremacy". When those Pilgram Fathers landed from Plymouth, many of them had fine aspirations, indeed, they were expelled from England on matters of religious principle, but the struggle to survive they encountered soon eroded fine ideals.

For all the story telling of sharing the Turkey, we all know what really happened, and the Warfare against native tribes that continued as the wave of settlement continued over the next 200 years to "win" the West.
And for all Jeffersons "All men are created equal", it took the American Civil War to eliminate LEGAL White Supremacy from the US Constitution, and the Civil Rights movement 100 years later to create Legal Equality.
Yet is it therefore any surprise that shit poor bottom rung Whites are going to look at their history with a romanticised supremacist lens and hold to the prejudice of their forefathers?

****

While the black supremacists hold to an aspirational athro-centralism that glorifies (and imagines) virtues for their origin culture to create a narrative of their "true" superiority and holds the almost prophetic belief that American Society is bound to collapse and that from the wreckage, the "black race" will emerge... in this, its not hard to see that US black supremacy has developed in reaction and as a mirror too the history of American slavery.

Ironically there are corrolations here with the slave religion of the Jews and their Egyptian overlords, the ancient Hebrew prophecy of a messiah to rise...
And that may also be why Anti-Semitism is as rife among black supremacists and white supremacists: although it must be pointed out there are also pro-Israel/Zionist white supremacists, there are two distinct branchs on the Jewish question.

But this shared loathing has even seen tentative alliances between "Black" and "White" Supremacists in the US, as happened in the Chicago 1964 meeting between the Nation of Islam and the American Nazi party, where they basically agreed they should live far away from each other, but jointly agreed, Jews were right out and had to go...

And as also happened in WWII when Bosnian Muslims, radicalised by anti semitic propaganda, fought for the Nazi's in the 13th Mounted Waffen Division of the SS... 

(about 100,000. But 1.1 million Muslims fought FOR the allies, so do keep this fact in context).

*****

This gives us a picture of what Supremacy is, but what are we comparing it to? What is Supremacy NOT?

Its not American!

Not the America who has grown, from the Great Depression, the World Wars, the Cold War, Vietnam, the Counter Culture Revolution, the 60's, the 70's, the 80's, the 90's, and the 16 long awful years of War on Terror since 2001.
Not the America that has dominated the screens of the world with its narrative messages of peace, prosperity, democracy, the American Dream, (alongside ample messages of America's might and power!)  for sure, but many great dreamers have achieved a lot of manifesting!

This is the colour-blind America of Freedom and Opportunity, and even if you haven't felt that promise in your own life, you know it is part of what has made America what she is today.

And while my view may not be popular, I also happen to think this is the real America represented by Donald Trump...

*****

Supremacy movements have always bubbled under the surface of American Society, and we all know the times they broke through. They are divisive and polarising movements of people who develop fundamentalist rigid minsets where they emotionally shut down to, and dehumanise, those they have chosen to be "to blame".

But they are also subversive movements, not least because, the smartest supremacists work out, they aren't going to get a majority through the Demos, and sparking civil conflict and mounting a takeover in the chaos is their best route to seize power.

And that's why Supremacy movements, whenever they arise in the world, regardless of if they end up waving a swastika or waving a hammer and sickle, or maybe the flag of ISIS, all end up as some form of FASCISM: the death of freedom and the imposition of a police state...

Therefore the big danger signal is when supremacists start to advocate violence and assemblies become violent, which of course polarised supremacists are happy to start as Anti-Fa meets Fa full on, combat armour and ski-masked up, with shield and club (at least!) at the ready..

As politics increasingly become so lukewarm as to be turgid corporate guff, from the Reagan to Obama years, so strong left and right paradigm counter cultures began, the big showing for the Occupy Movement, the appearance of Black Lives Matter, the Kekistani's, many groups emerging, and now merging, into the Alt Left and the Alt Right, and you bet, at the extremes of both we find black and white supremacy. 

Many movements are NOT supremacist but have members at different stages of seduction to supremacist thoughts. The politics of division, especially around Race Identity, has produced the very fertile ground that produced Trump, as white people especially reacted to having the guilt trip of "white privilege" shoved down the throat and made to think nothing they did was ever good enough... that doesn't mean they all became KKK but it does mean they weren't going to vote for being moralised at by Clinton, and really, its not hard to see their point!

Equally, many of the movements have been concerned with real injustice and the clearly dis-proportionate treatment of Ethnic groups by the US Justice system, especially blacks. While it might be said that communities need to have a look at themselves too, it cannot be denied society owes these communities answers and change. Its a sad thing that its gun violence that characterises America in the eyes of the world. 

And yet, here is a ray of hope: Trump is not proving to be what the white supremacists who were part of (not that big a part of) his support base thought...

When Trump condemned violence on BOTH sides at Charlottesville, he attracted immediate media outrage than he wasn't entirely partisan in only condemning the White Supremacists. But he meant it. He WAS condemning both sides. And look at how he has managed Harvey and DACA. This man really does believe in an America of opportunity for all: and that means, regardless if you would ever vote for the man, he IS your president, he IS supporting American Unity and he should be supported in that cause. And that's also what he meant when he said there were many good people there too: there were! many went to peacefully oppose racism and fascism, as much as others went to peacefully defend free speech or American patriotism and history. 

So this is where we are: what do we want? 

If Supremacy is taken to its logical conclusion, if an open Race War starts in the US, there will be some sort of brutal civil war and then, if Federal Government falls, the US will be carved up into different ethno states at God knows what cost in human lives and misery...

While if Americana triumphs, America continues its saga of growth and greatness in this century, as it did in the last...

^ This is what's at stake...

*****

Is it a false equivalence to compare White and Black supremacy?

No: it is NOT: for they are both versions of the same destructive mindset that seeks to retreat from the world rather than engage, impose by force rather than talk and make deals, and would rather burn it all down than change. 

And that makes them BOTH dangerous to the REAL America, if either get out of control, metastize in a neighbourhood, and start causing real mayhem.
Moral equivalence is the big sin of our age: taking two bad groups and deciding which is less bad than the other, and then making excuses for one while condemning the other along rigid partisan lines. A hypocrisy that is eternally facepalmed by those with eyes to see...

And this stops real communication amongst the bulk of the real people: the moderate middle who cant stand all this race bullshit and just want everyone to get along, but are tied up not knowing how to talk about the issues without causing offence. I promise you: that's the real silent majority: the 90% of Americans who just want to be American.

The problem with extremists isn't that their numbers are large: its when their numbers get focused, when 5% of a community can start to use violence and intimidation to cow the 95% and start getting their own way with laws and policies.

The numbers say, there are 900 "hate groups" in the USA and around 200 are black supremacist. The other 700 are varied form of white supremacist anti-jew anti-muslim. While its hard to know the size of these groups, if membership averages 100, that's 90,000 extremist supremacists, if its 1000, its 900,000, but against the US population of 350,000,000, does that not help gain some perspective?

No matter how this LOOKS through the lens of the media: Supremacists DONT have to win, if the American people as a whole stand up to them, peacefully, through the rule of law and demonstrating UNITY: all Races: all colours: all American: TOGETHER!

It's the positive American identity:uniting around shared love of Nation, coupled with a determination to demand honesty and real solutions to the problems, especially chronic inequality, that will take America forward.

That best destiny needs people dedicated to creating that unity, to work hard for society, and to make sure society truly delivers.

Believe in your cause: make THAT your mission: 

And you will be doing your part to make the future bright indeed:

So YES! 

We ARE justified: 

To condemn both "Black" and "White" "Supremacy":

EQUALLY!

Thank you

John White

https://www.patreon.com/posts/white-supremacy-14417942

And the version featured on "The Black Hat":

http://www.enterthehat.com/2017/09/w...remacy-is.html
I don't agree with everything you said here but I thought it was a well written piece with enough good points in it, at least being honest about the topic unlike the majority of those who have responded to this thread.

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Old 19-09-2017, 01:38 PM   #391
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I agree with you. White identity politics is just as divisive as any other identity politics.
Well I would go a step further and say it is the most divisive of all of them.

All of the other identity politics were birthed as a result of white supremacy and a a means of survival.

How on earth does anybody expect minorities with a history of persecution to abandon identity politics when the dominant demographic has continuously engaged in them in order to maintain political and economic superiority.

that's like telling a man to disarm when there are armed and dangerous criminals outside of his house. Its not going to happen.

I think ultimately they all need to be abandoned but when things like the alt right become big it is only going to force minorities to cling even harder to identity politics. Basically we are moving backwards and not forward.

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I don't agree with everything you said here but I thought it was a well written piece with enough good points in it, at least being honest about the topic unlike the majority of those who have responded to this thread.
It's surprising how many people from across the spectrum are giving me the "that's fairly written" feedback to this piece. Don't ask me how a white guy called white ends up getting articles published on a US Black Politics page, I just roll with it!
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