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    Request for your favorite anti-white bias articles, books, videos, etc

    I'm talking about things like media bias against whites, employment hiring / educational admission priority for other races, cancel culture against whites, government against whites, racism hypocrisy, educational environment challenges, the bleak future of what's coming, patterns of "blame whitey for X", "[guns, logic, capitalism, etc] is white racism!", etc.

    Yes I can use an internet search to find material and I have done so and I don't need someone to search for me and say 'this looks good'. I'm asking you for your most recommended material. I don't care if it's from an author/creator of unallowable opinion so long as they have credible citations. Author/creator need not be libertarian but if he is feel free to mention that.

    Written word material (articles, books) is preferred but audio or video are OK. Just a recommended website is OK. Please don't link to some 2 hour youtube rant some dude recorded while driving that you just find entertaining and want me to watch through it - organized thoughts & high information density is what I'm looking for (so a 2 hour prepared presentation on the other hand is something I would watch). If you post a link to something a brief description why you think it's worth checking out is appreciated but not required (not like I can "require" you to do anything anyway).

    If this has to get moved to hot topics I understand



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    Quote Originally Posted by emazur View Post
    I don't care if it's from an author/creator of unallowable opinion so long as they have credible citations.

    The no holds barred section of Liberal Forums has some good stories. Conservatives post there and are not booted. You can do about anything there but threaten people.
    https://www.liberalforum.org/forum/4...litical-forum/

    Campus Reform dot org always had great stories when school was in session. I almost always found their sources credible.

    Freedom's Phoenix has a bunch of news stories every day. The sources can really be dubious, but many are very good. You have to check sometimes.

    Rutherford Institute is sort of a conservative ACLU. They'll go in-depth with cases they handle, but not sure if that's what you seek.

    Breitbart is pretty decent, but again, you sometimes have to check their sources.

    Watts Up with That and Climate Depot focus mostly on climate alarmist nutjobs, but some of the articles focus on these nuts who think climate, race, etc. are the same thing.

    Yahoo Answers politics is another no-holds barred place where the only thing that gets you booted is threatening to knock down someone's house with a cannon. People will post news stories, but it's mostly people wasting their time arguing.

    Zero Hedge is pretty good, but I haven't been there lately.

    And, of course, there's Stormfront and Daily Stormer, which is practically PC taboo to even mention here. They'll have the biggest compilation of daily news stories.
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    which one of yall fuckers wrote the "ron paul" racist news letters
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    Zippy's posts are a great contribution.




    Disrupt, Deny, Deflate. Read the RPF trolls' playbook here (post #3): http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthr...eptive-members

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    Thanks NorthCarolinaLiberty. Here's one I came across today after posting. One of my motivations of collecting this kind of info is to smack Jorgensen & LP in the head with it, as well as the general public, but as you see below this is going on under Trump's nose in the Treasury department so I'm not the only one around here who needs to keep himself busy with this. If we allow this to go on, this is only the beginning as I highlighted in red.

    https://twitter.com/realchrisrufo/st...72137525661697

    Critical race theory is spreading rapidly through the federal government.

    Last week, a whistleblower sent me a trove of documents about a divisive "diversity training" at the Treasury Department. What I discovered is deeply disturbing—and an affront to equality.

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    The training is called "Difficult Conversations about Race" and calls on white employees at Treasury, Federal Reserve, FDIC, CFPB, and NCUA to pledge "allyship amid the George Floyd Tragedy."

    The goal is explicit: to convert "everyone in the federal government" to "antiracism."
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    To begin, the trainers set the ground rules: they claim that "virtually all White people contribute to racism" and insist that white employees must "struggle to own their racism" and accept their "unconscious bias, White privilege, and White fragility."
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    Next, the trainers recommend "White managers" create "safe spaces" for "listening sessions," where black employees can explain "what it means to be Black" and be "seen in their pain."

    White employees must not "fill the silence with [their] own thoughts and feelings."
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    The trainers insist that whites hold "fairly consistent narratives about race" that "don't support the dismantling of racist institutions."

    They claim the expressions "we should be more color-blind" and "we've made so much progress from the 60s" are in fact racist statements.
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    Employees are then asked to think obsessively about race throughout their daily lives: What is the racial mix of your ten closest friends? What percentage of the day are you able to be with people of your own race? How much of your day are you speaking about racism?
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    The trainers tell white employees they must "provide unconditional solidarity" for people of color.

    Whites "don't get to decide when someone is being too emotional, too rash, [or] too mean" and cannot protest if a POC "responds to their oppression in a way [they] don't like."
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    What if a white employee disagrees?

    They will be told that "white silence has been one of the most powerful detractors from real progress in social justice" and that whites must "sit in the discomfort" of their own internalized racism and white supremacy.

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    During the training session, white employees are warned that "this is not the place to get [their] feelings validated." The trainers tell them that people of color are not "obligated to like you, thank you, feel sorry for you, or forgive you."
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    So who is teaching the course?

    This man, Howard J. Ross, who has billed the federal government $5 million for diversity trainings over the past 15 years on topics including "white supremacy," "white privilege," and "white fragility.


    Christopher F. Rufo
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    In 2011 alone, Howard Ross billed the General Services Administration $3 million for diversity training and billed NASA $500,000 for "power and privilege sexual orientation workshops."
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    Let's be clear: Ross is a taxpayer-funded charlatan. He has packaged racialist pseudoscience and "used his privilege" to secure massive federal "diversity and inclusion" contracts.

    In the language of his own discourse, he is monetizing black pain to make personal profit.
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    Sadly, the diversity-hustle hasn't stopped with the Trump administration. Ross has done many federally-funded trainings since 2016, teaching the latest academic theories on "white supremacy" and encouraging federal workers to attend the annual "White Privilege Conference."
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    This will not end in the workplace.

    At the end of the session, the trainers tell employees to "talk to your children about race," because children become racist "around 3 years old."

    Ultimately, this is "only the beginning of a lifelong education about anti-Black racism."
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    To stop this, we must call this out for what it is: racism masquerading as antiracism.

    President Trump should immediately issue an executive order banning federal contracts that teach the toxic principles of critical race theory, race essentialism, and neo-segregationism.

    /end
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    P.S. Want to help expose the dangers of the new racial orthodoxy? Consider pledging $5 or $10 a month so I can continue this research in the coming months.
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    P.P.S. Here are the full documents:
    The Treasury Department’s “Difficult Conversations about Race” Training - Christopher F. Rufo
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    New From Teen Vogue: Sleep Is Systemically Racist

    https://conservativefighters.org/new...rce=whatfinger

    on July 16, 2020

    By Chief Editor

    Teen Vogue, in its imperishable desire to act as the spearhead for political correctness, published an article titled “Black Power Naps Is Addressing Systemic Racism in Sleep,” in which they plugged an artistic initiative entitled “Black Power Naps,” which argues that blacks have had shorter lives than whites because blacks were not permitted to sleep, and thus reparations must be given in the form of time off from work.

    Teen Vogue writes of Fannie Sosa and Navild Acosta, who created Black Power Naps, that they “were tired, but it wasn’t just any old fatigue. Yes, they experienced a lack of sleep, but they were specifically experiencing a generational fatigue familiar to Black people and people of color.”

    Teen Vogue says Black Power Naps is “also a recognition of the hundreds of years of sleep deprivation that Black people and people of color have experienced as a result of systemic racism, a way to pushback against the false stereotype that Black people are lazy, and an investigation of the inequitable distribution of rest.”

    Acosta posited, “We’re dealing with an inheritance of sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation was a … deliberate tactic of slave owners to basically make the mind feeble. That same tactic has only evolved.”

    Sosa added, “Slavery is a regime of stealing and extraction: Stolen wages, stolen life, stolen land, but stolen time was one of the main things. We need time. We need time off; we need time out. Our ancestors never got to take a month off for holidays; they never got to take a sabbatical; they never got to take a nap. When you pile all of those together, you see the reparations that need to happen are monetary, but they’re also time and space.”

    Teen Vogue writes, “Acosta and Sosa are calling for rest as reparations. Yes, they’re looking for an ease to the many burdens that might prevent Black people and people of color from sleeping like systemic racism, socioeconomic struggle, and more.” Teen Vogue adds, “This conversation about rest is particularly pertinent now, as people take to the streets to say Black Lives Matter. If Black people keep having to fight for their humanity, how can they ever rest knowing they could be in danger?”

    Sosa said, “We are having to go out in the streets during a pandemic, expending our energy in really huge amounts in order to ask for reparations and rest and energy. It is a … double edged sword to navigate as an activist or organizer. You are putting your body on the line to reclaim it. That creates a lot of burnout. We have people who are 20, 21, they are burnt out. They need time off. They need not only to sleep, but to know their people are going to be ok, to know they’re going to be ok, to know they can take a break.”
    There are only two things we should fight for.
    One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. - Smedley Darlington Butler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    New From Teen Vogue: Sleep Is Systemically Racist

    https://conservativefighters.org/new...rce=whatfinger

    on July 16, 2020

    By Chief Editor

    Teen Vogue, in its imperishable desire to act as the spearhead for political correctness, published an article titled “Black Power Naps Is Addressing Systemic Racism in Sleep,” in which they plugged an artistic initiative entitled “Black Power Naps,” which argues that blacks have had shorter lives than whites because blacks were not permitted to sleep, and thus reparations must be given in the form of time off from work.
    Petition to Fire NYC Professor Accused of Sleeping During Anti-Racist Meeting Gathers 2,000 Signatures

    If only she had been black...

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    For the first article, although it made claims that website was prohibiting pro-Trump speech due to Trump being for white supremacy, I looked at the at statement. It is anti-Trump but no statement on him being for white supremacy so I can't count this as being explicitly anti-white.

    For the second article it doesn't seem to qualify to me as anti-white for this reason:
    "An employee is not prohibited by the Hatch Act from expressing support for, or opposition to, the BLM movement while on duty or in the workplace. But the employee may not say, for example, 'if you believe that Black Lives Matter, then you should vote for/against X in November,' " the advisory opinion says.

    The agency noted it made a similar ruling about the Tea Party movement, known for its push to reduce the size of government, during the Obama administration.

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    There are only two things we should fight for.
    One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. - Smedley Darlington Butler



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    Openly Straight Man, Danke, Awarded Top Rated Influencer. Community Standards Enforcer.

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    Quiz: Test Your "Income" Tax IQ!

    Short Income Tax Video

    The Income Tax Is An Excise, And Excise Taxes Are Privilege Taxes

    The Federalist Papers, No. 15:

    Except as to the rule of appointment, the United States have an indefinite discretion to make requisitions for men and money; but they have no authority to raise either by regulations extending to the individual citizens of America.

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    I spent a few minutes seeing if Bernie Sanders and AOC have said anything explicitly anti-white.

    Concerning AOC, I found this article:
    Carlson reminded the audience that during her campaign for Congress, Ocasio-Cortez said incumbent Joe Crowley (D) didn't deserve to be in Congress because he is white.

    "By Election Day the opponent was literally apologizing for his own skin color," he said. When Crowley said AOC was playing the race card, she didn't deny it. In fact, she confirmed that the election was about race. And that's what's wrong with the entire ordeal.

    "Not so long ago a campaign like that would have been considered deeply immoral. The press would have hounded Ocasio-Cortez until she apologized or dropped out but not anymore. The ruling class no longer recognizes universal standards of any kind," Carlson said. "Racism, they've decided cuts only one way so they ignored Ocasio-Cortez's race baiting and she got elected. Over time, like any untreated virus, her bigotry grew more inflamed."

    Just last week during a hearing, AOC blamed white people for creating the greatest number of green house admissions that impact climate change.
    I watched the embedded video too. There was a direct quote from AOC about the climate change part but not Crowley being white. If anyone interested in this topic wants to dig up her exact quotes and post 'em here that would be great. Remember: explicitly anti-white is what I'm looking for. Or anything else you know of that she said that was anti-white (not other goofy stuff from her like 'cauliflower is racist' - yeah she basically has said that). AOC is on Biden policy campaign panel - she has the potential to be Biden's Reverend Wright.

    For Bernie, one person actually actually tried to make the argument he was racist against blacks (didn't convince me) and I didn't see any anti-white quotes in this particular link. I don't wanna get off topic but I found the below quote from Sanders very interesting b/c he inadvertently made the case against socialism (just swap your 'master' from private business to government):
    In one 1976 conversation, Sanders told a local newspaper that the sale of a privately held mining company by its founders harkened back to “the days of slavery, when black people were sold to different owners without their consent,” and compared the service economy to chattel slavery.

    “Basically, today, Vermont workers remain slaves in many, many ways,” Sanders said in another interview in 1977, in which he compared the burgeoning service industry in the nearly all-white state to the enslavement of black Americans at the nation’s founding. “The problem comes when we end up with an entire state of people trained to wait on other people.”

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    Not sure if this qualifies but I honestly didn’t understand this at all. But seriously just pick anything from Roland S Martin ...

    "Nobody wins in a Dairy Challenge" ~ Kenny Rogers, RIP


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    Is in the hands of fools” ~ King Crimson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Federalist View Post
    New From Teen Vogue: Sleep Is Systemically Racist

    https://conservativefighters.org/new...rce=whatfinger

    on July 16, 2020

    By Chief Editor

    Teen Vogue, in its imperishable desire to act as the spearhead for political correctness, published an article titled “Black Power Naps Is Addressing Systemic Racism in Sleep,” in which they plugged an artistic initiative entitled “Black Power Naps,” which argues that blacks have had shorter lives than whites because blacks were not permitted to sleep, and thus reparations must be given in the form of time off from work.

    Teen Vogue writes of Fannie Sosa and Navild Acosta, who created Black Power Naps, that they “were tired, but it wasn’t just any old fatigue. Yes, they experienced a lack of sleep, but they were specifically experiencing a generational fatigue familiar to Black people and people of color.”

    Teen Vogue says Black Power Naps is “also a recognition of the hundreds of years of sleep deprivation that Black people and people of color have experienced as a result of systemic racism, a way to pushback against the false stereotype that Black people are lazy, and an investigation of the inequitable distribution of rest.”

    Acosta posited, “We’re dealing with an inheritance of sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation was a … deliberate tactic of slave owners to basically make the mind feeble. That same tactic has only evolved.”

    Sosa added, “Slavery is a regime of stealing and extraction: Stolen wages, stolen life, stolen land, but stolen time was one of the main things. We need time. We need time off; we need time out. Our ancestors never got to take a month off for holidays; they never got to take a sabbatical; they never got to take a nap. When you pile all of those together, you see the reparations that need to happen are monetary, but they’re also time and space.”

    Teen Vogue writes, “Acosta and Sosa are calling for rest as reparations. Yes, they’re looking for an ease to the many burdens that might prevent Black people and people of color from sleeping like systemic racism, socioeconomic struggle, and more.” Teen Vogue adds, “This conversation about rest is particularly pertinent now, as people take to the streets to say Black Lives Matter. If Black people keep having to fight for their humanity, how can they ever rest knowing they could be in danger?”

    Sosa said, “We are having to go out in the streets during a pandemic, expending our energy in really huge amounts in order to ask for reparations and rest and energy. It is a … double edged sword to navigate as an activist or organizer. You are putting your body on the line to reclaim it. That creates a lot of burnout. We have people who are 20, 21, they are burnt out. They need time off. They need not only to sleep, but to know their people are going to be ok, to know they’re going to be ok, to know they can take a break.”
    I'm Negroed out....

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    A few I recently found of the kind of stuff I'm looking for:

    around 2:55, Australian lady gives a few examples such as a child care center telling her to get out for not being 'diverse' enough


    BlazeTV - around 2:00, example of anti-white racist professor (WSU, Utah) telling students to round up whitey and send them into space. One single student challenges this, everyone in the room is against him. You'll think you're in the twilight zone listening to this. That was just a clip - I'm tempted to listen to the whole thing but it might tempt to want to nuke the place from orbit


    NYT hires extreme anti white Sarah Jeong, when extreme anti white tweets revealed NYT defends her
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zjzZKy874o

    After initial May 30 BLM rowdy protests, first thought on the government's mind is to blame white supremecists
    Minneapolis mayor says 'white supremacists,' 'out of state instigators' behind protests, but arrests show different story

    Articles showing whites are under attack and offering a defense also fit within what I'm looking for:
    https://www.bostonglobe.com/opinion/...XAP/story.html
    Associating us only with evil deeds, selfishness, and violence is as misguided as making general disparaging statements about any other group: women, blacks, Muslims, homosexuals. Yet, in certain circles, it has become acceptable — even laudable — to do just that.

    Not long ago I had an exchange with a former student of mine — we were discussing women’s rights and abusive men — and she told me I had no right to speak on the subject. “We were made to be silent for millennia,” she said, “now it’s your turn.” That kind of revenge must be satisfying, and particularly soothing to those who’ve been hurt by men — no small number. Ultimately, though, understandable as it may be, the impulse toward revenge leads nowhere except to a seesaw of oppression and fury.

    I thought of arguing with her that my right to speak on those issues derives from the fact that I have two daughters and have been married for 38 years to the same good woman. But those aren’t the true reasons. The true reason is that I am a human being, and the welfare of all human beings concerns me.

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    It’s all so fatiguing... & just getting started.

    Don't need a weather man to know which way the wind blows

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    Quote Originally Posted by phill4paul View Post
    I'm Negroed out....
    I've a bad case of Negro Fatigue...
    There are only two things we should fight for.
    One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. - Smedley Darlington Butler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post

    What he said is the dictionary definition of racism, talking about whites with inferior genetics.

    He is one person who should have been fired. Amazing he he is still keeping his main job.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shakey1 View Post
    It’s all so fatiguing... & just getting started.
    Tell me about it. I had been gathering up a lot of material to make the case for just how bad America's economic situation is in regards to debt, and now how I have to divide my attention with this.

    Anyway, another story. This is only indirectly anti-white but fits in with the topic of the bleak future that's coming, so people on board the anti-white train should be careful what they wish for. As a person on twitter (where I found this) said: I've said this many times, but "cultural appropriation" was never going to end with white people.

    Morgan Bullock is an African-American Irish dancer from Richmond, Virginia

    After a TikTok video of her lightning-footed jigs went viral, she was accused of "cultural appropriation"


    The next story again I'm bending my own guidelines a bit which I won't make a habit of. Remember that black armed militia that marched on July 4 in GA? RT interviewed them. There's actually some common ground we can find. According to the article they basically want to be left alone from the federal government and secede to their own land (here or Africa). They did say something very provocative below. On the one hand, you could just say they're correct in that if someone pushes you, you push back. But I'll extrapolate this into the bleak future I had mentioned:
    1) if a push only when pushed armed group like this can be organized, then so can a "we will tread" group
    2) People who just want to see the world burn, and there are lots of them, can intentionally provoke this group to incite race riots

    “Black Lives Matter does not represent the sentiments of the black community.We have distanced ourselves from them completely,” Jay admitted.

    BLM doesn’t believe in violence, we do. We chose America’s Independence Day to send that message as we were slaves when that happened, we were not members of this country.

    We tried to be here for 247 years, we had reconstruction and they burned our towns down, we had Jim Crow when they set dogs on us and told us we couldn’t sit next to them – we tried that with affirmative action and they rolled that back.

    It's obvious they don’t want us here.”

    NFAC's willingness to kill could be why they are shunned by the more mainstream activists. But Jay feels justified as he claims there have been 457 controversial killings since the 2014 police shooting of 18-year-old black man Michael Brown.

    “If anybody in our group has a personal agenda and just wants to shoot some people, then we’re not the group for them,” he says, before calmly explaining the rules of engagement:

    “That was the safety briefing. I told them we were not to initiate anything but if they attack us, then everyone out here will kill everyone in sight. We don't want to hear your excuses anymore, we don’t want to hear let’s talk or wait for the grand jury.”
    But I encourage you to read the article - there is reason to be sympathetic b/c they're explicitly not initiating violence. But you have to wonder what could set them off

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    Quote Originally Posted by emazur View Post
    Tell me about it. I had been gathering up a lot of material to make the case for just how bad America's economic situation is in regards to debt, and now how I have to divide my attention with this.

    Anyway, another story. This is only indirectly anti-white but fits in with the topic of the bleak future that's coming, so people on board the anti-white train should be careful what they wish for. As a person on twitter (where I found this) said: I've said this many times, but "cultural appropriation" was never going to end with white people.

    Morgan Bullock is an African-American Irish dancer from Richmond, Virginia

    After a TikTok video of her lightning-footed jigs went viral, she was accused of "cultural appropriation"


    The next story again I'm bending my own guidelines a bit which I won't make a habit of. Remember that black armed militia that marched on July 4 in GA? RT interviewed them. There's actually some common ground we can find. According to the article they basically want to be left alone from the federal government and secede to their own land (here or Africa). They did say something very provocative below. On the one hand, you could just say they're correct in that if someone pushes you, you push back. But I'll extrapolate this into the bleak future I had mentioned:
    1) if a push only when pushed armed group like this can be organized, then so can a "we will tread" group
    2) People who just want to see the world burn, and there are lots of them, can intentionally provoke this group to incite race riots



    But I encourage you to read the article - there is reason to be sympathetic b/c they're explicitly not initiating violence. But you have to wonder what could set them off
    Thx, yeah, a bit unsettling to be sure.

    Don't need a weather man to know which way the wind blows

  22. #19
    example of What happens at private companies if the audience rejects the kind of stuff mentioned in post #3:
    Cisco Fires Employees That Question Black Lives Matter During Company-Wide Racism Discussion
    In early June, dutifully doing its part to virtue signal along with the rest of the world, Cisco Systems hosted an "all hands on deck" meeting on race, hosted via videoconference. In the comments of the online forum, visible to everyone, some workers questioned the Black Lives Matter movement and were subsequently fired from their jobs, proving once again that you can have an opinion, as long as it's the right opinion.

    Chief Executive Officer Chuck Robbins talked with Ford Foundation President Darren Walker, who is Black, and Bryan Stevenson, a Black lawyer and author who founded the Equal Justice Initiative, during the company's June 1 meeting in front of 30,000 employees, according to Bloomberg.

    Several people spoke out online against Black Lives Matter during these online forums. For example, one employee wrote: “Black lives don’t matter. All lives matter,” while another wrote that BLM "reinforces racism". A third employee commented: “People who complain about racism probably have been a racist somewhere else to people from another race or part of systematic oppression in their own community!”
    It would be very interesting to see the kind of lawsuit havoc that could happen if blacks who oppose BLM get fired. If just 1 person won it could set a precedent and create a domino effect. Imagine if such blacks, knowing this environment, intentionally decide to speak out against BLM in order to gum things up. Companies might feel terrified to act one way or another and just decide to drop BLM sensitivity training altogether which would be a good thing

  23. #20
    Always nice to find some articles in the mainstream by someone speaking out against anti-white racism:
    The fallacy of white privilege — and how it’s corroding society

    According to median household income statistics from the US Census Bureau, several minority groups substantially out-earn whites. These groups include Pakistani Americans, Lebanese Americans, South African Americans, Filipino Americans, Sri Lankan Americans and Iranian Americans (in addition to several others). Indians, the group I belong to, are the highest-earning ethnic group the census keeps track of, with almost double the household median income of whites. In Canada, several minority groups also significantly out-earn whites, including South Asian Canadians, Arab Canadians and Japanese Canadians.

    Interestingly, several black immigrant groups such as Nigerians, Barbadians, Ghanaians and Trinidadians & Tobagonians have a median household income well above the American average. Ghanian Americans, to take one example, earn more than several specific white groups such as Dutch Americans, French Americans, Polish Americans, British Americans and Russian Americans. Do Ghanaians have some kind of sub-Saharan African privilege?

    Nigerian Americans, meanwhile, are one of the most educated groups in America, as one Rice University survey indicates. Though they make up less than 1 percent of the black population in America, nearly 25 percent of the black student body at Harvard Business School in 2013 consisted of Nigerians. In post-bachelor education, 61 percent of Nigerian Americans over the age of 25 hold a graduate degree compared to only 32 percent for the US-born population.

    These facts challenge the prevailing progressive notion that America’s institutions are built to universally favor whites and “oppress” minorities or blacks. On the whole, whatever “systemic racism” exists appears to be incredibly ineffectual, or even nonexistent, given the multitude of groups who consistently eclipse whites.

  24. #21
    UConn Student Government Leaders Resign Because They Are White



    Tom Ciccotta 19 Jul 2020

    The president and vice president of the UConn student government resigned this month on the basis of their skin color. Vice President Alex Ose said that she stepped down to make room for “black, indigenous, and people of color” to step into leadership roles.

    According to a report by the College Fix, two leaders of the UConn student government resigned so that their positions could be filled by minority students.

    “I feel that it is my duty to step down from my position to make space for BIPOC (black, indigineous and people of color) voices to truly rise and be heard. It is my responsibility to make space, not to create an echo,” student VP Alex Ose said.

    Ose even encouraged her peers to follow her lead. She suggested that every white member of the student government should step down so that their position could be filled by a minority student.

    “I am asking all members of USG to truly consider their intent in holding their positions, and to urge everyone to truly think if they are making space for the voices that need to be heard right now,” Ose added. “I call upon the senators and executive board to consider also stepping down to make space for BIPOC voices.”

    University of Connecticut Student Government President Joshua Crow also stepped down in July. Crow suggested that his decision to step down would provide a platform for “marginalized” groups.

    “It is important in this time to ensure that marginalized groups have the platforms they need,” Crow wrote in a statement. “It is my hope that my stepping aside facilitates this.”

    Confusingly, Crow’s replacement, Will Schad, is also a white male. Schad, however, claims that he will only serve in an interim capacity. Schad said that he will immediately schedule elections so that students can vote on new leaders.

    Stay tuned to Breitbart News for more updates on this story.
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  26. #23
    I only skimmed this article (a little long, saved for later) but looks really good and also written by a university professor.

    The War Against White People

    One final example. On Christmas Eve 2016, Professor George Ciccariello of Drexel University in Philadelphia, “was” in the words of CNN “dreaming not of a white Christmas, but of a white massacre.” What were Professor Ciccariello’s words? “All I Want for Christmas is White Genocide.”
    People like that didn't just disappear after 2016

    And I'm not in the habit of quoting Rudy Guiliani (and sorry about this particular source) but he's onto something here. Not explicitly about anti-white but falls under the bleak future so I'm putting it here
    https://www.mediamatters.org/rudy-gi...-give-it-black

    RUDY GIULIANI (HOST): This is not - please, understand this - this is not isolated. This is not spontaneous. This is planned. This is planned by Black Lives Matter, it's funded by Soros to the tune of $30 to $40 million. And the plan is to change your government. To take it away from you. To take away from you a government based on free enterprise. To take away from you your Second Amendment right to bear arms. To take away from you, really, your right to have a religion. Soros is a notorious atheist. Proclaims the fact that he's an atheist. So are Marxists, by the way. It's one of the cores of Marxism, atheism.

    And one of the cores of Marxism is no private property. They want your property. They want the government to control it. But they do want one preferred class and that's the people who are -- they're going to get, like, a lifetime salary. And that's going to be -- Black people will get that. And they'll also get to choose property that they want, and that's the reparations for slavery. Except, it'll include Black people that came from the Caribbean. And it's going to get paid by white people who never had anything to do with slavery.
    Finally, Bernie Sanders (who as I mentioned is on Biden's policy team) quoted below. Not explicitly anti-white, but EVERYTHING points to this kind of thinking being used against whites and everything a white says is subject to being accused of racism:
    https://www.newsweek.com/bernie-sand...racism-1454892
    "We will go to war against white nationalism and racism in every aspect of our lives," he said.

    ...

    "And when we combat white nationalism and when we combat racism, we are gonna use all the laws in our power, including executive orders in every area to make certain that we end the discrimination which now exists in heatlh care, where black women are dying three times the rate of white women when they give birth," Sanders said.

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  29. #25
    I'm watching this one, because the facts are coming out very slowly...but there is a case in Indiana right where a black man, Joshua Hayes, shot two white cemetery workers and was going to finish the job and kill the second one who was just injured when he was shot and killed by a citizen CCW who is only talking through his lawyer.

    If initial reports are to be believed, he shot the two because they were white.

    The media organs are pretty silent on this, and the mass shooting in Peoria IL last night.

    https://www.nbcchicago.com/news/loca...unday/2307588/
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    One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. - Smedley Darlington Butler

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  31. #27
    Sunday, 19 July 2020
    Art Curator Forced to Resign; Called “White Supremacist” for Not EXCLUDING White Artists
    Written by Selwyn Duke


    https://www.thenewamerican.com/cultu...-white-artists

    Art Curator Forced to Resign; Called “White Supremacist” for Not EXCLUDING White Artists

    In typical 1984/Orwellian “Freedom Is Slavery” style, an art curator has just been forced out of his job and characterized as a “toxic white supremacist” — for not being a total anti-white supremacist.

    Specifically, he said during a diversity discussion that the work of white artists would still be considered.

    The Daily Mail summarizes the story:

    • Gary Garrels resigned as senior curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on Saturday [7/12]

    • He sparked outrage among SFMOMA staff by saying: “Don’t worry, we will definitely still continue to collect white artists” during a diversity presentation

    • Garrels was confronted about that comment during an all-staff meeting on July 7

    • He argued that avoiding work by white men would be … “reverse discrimination”

    • The remark prompted a group of museum staff to start the petition calling for him to resign due to his “toxic white supremacist beliefs”

    • About 180 people signed the petition before Garrels, who worked at SFMOMA for more than 20 years, stepped down

    The Mail also reports, “‘Gary’s removal from SFMOMA is non-negotiable,’ the petition states. Considering his lengthy tenure at this institution, we ask just how long have his toxic white supremacist beliefs regarding race and equity directed his position curating the content of the museum?’”
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    One is the defense of our homes and the other is the Bill of Rights. - Smedley Darlington Butler

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  33. #29
    From the Omar video above:
    "we should be profiling, monitoring, and creating policies to fight the radicalization of white men"
    Maybe she should take a look in the mirror.
    Interesting in the second video she mentions to fight Islamaphobia people need to fight anti-Semitism too. What are the odds she has said anything about fighting anti-white racism? We already saw how things with Nick Cannon went


  34. #30
    Take a look at this video from August 2019: NYPD Hate Crimes Unit Investigating Random Attacks on White People | News 4 Now


    But the real story is we get the "man on the streets" take on the story from this black woman:
    "it's a sign of the times. You know unfortunately there's a lot of volatile behavior going on due to the climate of the country so you can't expect much other than that"
    Remember, this was August 2019. Filed under the bleak future

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