White Supremacy Is a Genuinely Global Threat

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Enough of this Mueller and Russiagate bullshit! The neverending idiotic fingerpointing from the white Christian supremacists at immigrants, especially darker immigrants, and using the flimsy excuse of opposition to a foreign, hostile religion, is just a cover for the actual fascist threat that began many years ago in America; and as we can now see from the statements of an Australian white power mass murderer who went to New Zealand to "defend" the white race, it is an internationalist global movement that will eventually cause mass genocide if they get to carry out everything on their wish list!

It’s time to talk about white supremacy.



White supremacy — the belief that white people are somehow superior to people of other racial backgrounds, and should therefore politically, economically, and socially rule non-white people — isn’t going away any time soon.​
It’s been deeply woven into the fabric of our culture, systemically and institutionally ingrained into this country’s DNA. It’s at the root of every racist act. It’s metastasized into the soil of this land and beyond, shaping our nation — and our world — as it stands today.​
White supremacy is a disease that’s never been quarantined or contained. It’s as widespread and destructive as it’s ever been, erupting in extreme displays like the massacre at twin mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand by a self-proclaimed white supremacist.​
The perpetuation of racist ideas is one big fallacy; so too is the legacy of white supremacy.​
President Trump is quick to exaggerate any alleged threat posed by immigrants or Muslims. But when asked by reporters if he believed that white nationalism was a rising threat, he responded: “I don’t really. I think it’s a very small group of people that have serious problems.”​
Trump’s dismissive response echoed similarly jarring comments blaming “both sides” for the 2017 white nationalist rally that left one person dead in Charlottesville, Virginia.​
The real problem is that the attacks in New Zealand indeed reflect a growing threat worldwide of white supremacist terrorism, according to former FBI and Homeland Security officials.​
In the United States, domestic terror at the hands of white nationalists is on the rise. The most recent incident involved a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant, a self-proclaimed white nationalist, who created a “hit list” of progressive leaders, activists, and media personalities he intended to kill.​
In fact, one recent study showed that white supremacists committed virtually every single act of terror in the United States last year. These incidents and others documented by the Southern Poverty Law Center expose a new iteration of white supremacist resurgence, with hate that dates back centuries.​
You can see it even in “ordinary” political speech.​
Rhetoric used throughout history labeling Indigenous people as “savages” and Africans as “brutes” is shamelessly being repeated by Donald Trump to describe immigrants seeking asylum in the United States. His reference to Haiti and African nations as “s—hole” countries bespeaks an oppressive colonial mentality that depicted non-white countries as being uncivilized.​
In his 74-page manifesto, the New Zealand terrorist admitted he committed his crimes to “show the invaders that our land will never be their land,” and praised Trump as “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.”​
We’re not witnessing the acts of “a very small group of people.” We’re witnessing a terror that has spanned the globe, from the British Empire to Nazi Germany to the Jim Crow South and now to New Zealand.​
Is it a coincidence that Trump would deny white nationalism is on the rise, while simultaneously using it as a framework to impose harsh restrictions on immigration and other policies?
This resurgence of white supremacy is rooted in a fear of what activists refer to as its “dismantling” — the stripping away of white supremacist rules, systems, beliefs, and ideologies. That can’t be done without understanding its origins or its fundamental violence — or the fact that ideologues like those in power today have little else to offer working white people.​
Only thing missing from Common Dreams analysis of international white power movements is the religious aspect! Nobody wants to talk about it, but consider every damn time a Muslim terrorist or killer acts in any western nation, it becomes another example of Islamic terrorism...and then the debate expands to "is there something wrong with their religion?" Well, what the hell about Christianity? Since there have been more and more self-righteous stick-up-the-ass Christians coming in here and wiping their bible quotes in everyone's faces/while castigating other religions....especially that Muslim one....well, turnabout is fair play then! If good liberals, like those who write for Common Dreams won't expand the debate beyond race or even western military policy or include any debate on what role "Christian" values play in promoting white supremacism and white western imperialism, someone has to do it! Because there is no way to understand white racist movements in America or anywhere in the world, without examining their claims of religious faith and belief in God also!

So, what about it good liberal Christians! Do you get defensive and offended if a non-Muslim and non-Christian asks if there's something wrong with your religious tradition that led to the worst imperial movements in history, which suppressed and murdered 'lesser races' of 'heathens' all over the world where their colonial corporations like the East India Company conducted business?

You can claim that racist extremists do not have legitimate claims of being Christians, but who does? And why were the similar objections from average Muslims living in western nations after 9-11 attacks not equally accepted, without the non-stop demands that every Muslim and Muslim leader in the west grab a microphone and proclaim their repudiation of the terrorists and their love for their new homelands!

Also worth reading for further information:
White nationalism, born in the USA, is now a global terror threat
and
Trump Threatens to Unleash Paramilitary Violence in the US
 
Dec 2013
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The real global threat is liberalism and Judaism. I would like to see an alliance of white nationalists and muslims against this threat. I posted about this here:

Multiple fatalities in shooting at Christchurch mosques - Page 6

I am trying to organize a YouTube discussion with a muslim and a white nationalist that hopefully can be used to promote an alliance between these groups.

This is kinda like a discussion we had the other day.

Would you rather live in an Islamic world or a world where these insane leftists gained complete control?
 
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Here ya go...

Are white countries better?


It's a fair question



 
Dec 2018
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Enough of this Mueller and Russiagate bullshit! The neverending idiotic fingerpointing from the white Christian supremacists at immigrants, especially darker immigrants, and using the flimsy excuse of opposition to a foreign, hostile religion, is just a cover for the actual fascist threat that began many years ago in America; and as we can now see from the statements of an Australian white power mass murderer who went to New Zealand to "defend" the white race, it is an internationalist global movement that will eventually cause mass genocide if they get to carry out everything on their wish list!

It’s time to talk about white supremacy.



White supremacy — the belief that white people are somehow superior to people of other racial backgrounds, and should therefore politically, economically, and socially rule non-white people — isn’t going away any time soon.​
It’s been deeply woven into the fabric of our culture, systemically and institutionally ingrained into this country’s DNA. It’s at the root of every racist act. It’s metastasized into the soil of this land and beyond, shaping our nation — and our world — as it stands today.​
White supremacy is a disease that’s never been quarantined or contained. It’s as widespread and destructive as it’s ever been, erupting in extreme displays like the massacre at twin mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand by a self-proclaimed white supremacist.​
The perpetuation of racist ideas is one big fallacy; so too is the legacy of white supremacy.​
President Trump is quick to exaggerate any alleged threat posed by immigrants or Muslims. But when asked by reporters if he believed that white nationalism was a rising threat, he responded: “I don’t really. I think it’s a very small group of people that have serious problems.”​
Trump’s dismissive response echoed similarly jarring comments blaming “both sides” for the 2017 white nationalist rally that left one person dead in Charlottesville, Virginia.​
The real problem is that the attacks in New Zealand indeed reflect a growing threat worldwide of white supremacist terrorism, according to former FBI and Homeland Security officials.​
In the United States, domestic terror at the hands of white nationalists is on the rise. The most recent incident involved a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant, a self-proclaimed white nationalist, who created a “hit list” of progressive leaders, activists, and media personalities he intended to kill.​
In fact, one recent study showed that white supremacists committed virtually every single act of terror in the United States last year. These incidents and others documented by the Southern Poverty Law Center expose a new iteration of white supremacist resurgence, with hate that dates back centuries.​
You can see it even in “ordinary” political speech.​
Rhetoric used throughout history labeling Indigenous people as “savages” and Africans as “brutes” is shamelessly being repeated by Donald Trump to describe immigrants seeking asylum in the United States. His reference to Haiti and African nations as “s—hole” countries bespeaks an oppressive colonial mentality that depicted non-white countries as being uncivilized.​
In his 74-page manifesto, the New Zealand terrorist admitted he committed his crimes to “show the invaders that our land will never be their land,” and praised Trump as “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.”​
We’re not witnessing the acts of “a very small group of people.” We’re witnessing a terror that has spanned the globe, from the British Empire to Nazi Germany to the Jim Crow South and now to New Zealand.​
Is it a coincidence that Trump would deny white nationalism is on the rise, while simultaneously using it as a framework to impose harsh restrictions on immigration and other policies?
This resurgence of white supremacy is rooted in a fear of what activists refer to as its “dismantling” — the stripping away of white supremacist rules, systems, beliefs, and ideologies. That can’t be done without understanding its origins or its fundamental violence — or the fact that ideologues like those in power today have little else to offer working white people.​
Only thing missing from Common Dreams analysis of international white power movements is the religious aspect! Nobody wants to talk about it, but consider every damn time a Muslim terrorist or killer acts in any western nation, it becomes another example of Islamic terrorism...and then the debate expands to "is there something wrong with their religion?" Well, what the hell about Christianity? Since there have been more and more self-righteous stick-up-the-ass Christians coming in here and wiping their bible quotes in everyone's faces/while castigating other religions....especially that Muslim one....well, turnabout is fair play then! If good liberals, like those who write for Common Dreams won't expand the debate beyond race or even western military policy or include any debate on what role "Christian" values play in promoting white supremacism and white western imperialism, someone has to do it! Because there is no way to understand white racist movements in America or anywhere in the world, without examining their claims of religious faith and belief in God also!

So, what about it good liberal Christians! Do you get defensive and offended if a non-Muslim and non-Christian asks if there's something wrong with your religious tradition that led to the worst imperial movements in history, which suppressed and murdered 'lesser races' of 'heathens' all over the world where their colonial corporations like the East India Company conducted business?

You can claim that racist extremists do not have legitimate claims of being Christians, but who does? And why were the similar objections from average Muslims living in western nations after 9-11 attacks not equally accepted, without the non-stop demands that every Muslim and Muslim leader in the west grab a microphone and proclaim their repudiation of the terrorists and their love for their new homelands!

Also worth reading for further information:
White nationalism, born in the USA, is now a global terror threat
and
Trump Threatens to Unleash Paramilitary Violence in the US
I think somebody's spiked the maple syrup.
 
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China prepares to combat White Supremacy:

And where is China compared to the US in annual military spending:



And this comes after China has doubled their military spending budgets in the past 10 years, after learning that the American Empire would just overthrow regimes they had set up trade deals with, if China doesn't have the capabilities of projecting military power abroad. So, who's responsible for the new arms race again?

 
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Here ya go...

Are white countries better?


It's a fair question



First, read this book! It's free in pdf format:
How Europe Underdeveloped Africa by Walter Rodney

It explains the British and French pattern of Euro banks setting up and financing European transnational corporations chartered by colonial powers were given military, political and legal protection to exploit and harvest African and other colonial resources and bring them back to Europe to produce finished goods. Same pattern for plantation agriculture, and later, the United States followed the same format, except for setting up the colonial administrations...which only served as lightning rods for reformers and revolutionaries to focus their wrath upon. So, the pattern of colonialism still exists and is stronger than ever, just needs the CIA or similar agencies to handpick and train suitable lackies to serve as the local face of foreign exploitation:


Any more questions?
And, with that, "white" countries are "better" because they are still living off of exploited wealth of dark countries and leaving nothing behind but banking debts signed on by the puppet administrators and used by the foreign banks to maintain indentured servitude to the global order!
 
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Enough of this Mueller and Russiagate bullshit! The neverending idiotic fingerpointing from the white Christian supremacists at immigrants, especially darker immigrants, and using the flimsy excuse of opposition to a foreign, hostile religion, is just a cover for the actual fascist threat that began many years ago in America; and as we can now see from the statements of an Australian white power mass murderer who went to New Zealand to "defend" the white race, it is an internationalist global movement that will eventually cause mass genocide if they get to carry out everything on their wish list!

It’s time to talk about white supremacy.



White supremacy — the belief that white people are somehow superior to people of other racial backgrounds, and should therefore politically, economically, and socially rule non-white people — isn’t going away any time soon.​
It’s been deeply woven into the fabric of our culture, systemically and institutionally ingrained into this country’s DNA. It’s at the root of every racist act. It’s metastasized into the soil of this land and beyond, shaping our nation — and our world — as it stands today.​
White supremacy is a disease that’s never been quarantined or contained. It’s as widespread and destructive as it’s ever been, erupting in extreme displays like the massacre at twin mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand by a self-proclaimed white supremacist.​
The perpetuation of racist ideas is one big fallacy; so too is the legacy of white supremacy.​
President Trump is quick to exaggerate any alleged threat posed by immigrants or Muslims. But when asked by reporters if he believed that white nationalism was a rising threat, he responded: “I don’t really. I think it’s a very small group of people that have serious problems.”​
Trump’s dismissive response echoed similarly jarring comments blaming “both sides” for the 2017 white nationalist rally that left one person dead in Charlottesville, Virginia.​
The real problem is that the attacks in New Zealand indeed reflect a growing threat worldwide of white supremacist terrorism, according to former FBI and Homeland Security officials.​
In the United States, domestic terror at the hands of white nationalists is on the rise. The most recent incident involved a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant, a self-proclaimed white nationalist, who created a “hit list” of progressive leaders, activists, and media personalities he intended to kill.​
In fact, one recent study showed that white supremacists committed virtually every single act of terror in the United States last year. These incidents and others documented by the Southern Poverty Law Center expose a new iteration of white supremacist resurgence, with hate that dates back centuries.​
You can see it even in “ordinary” political speech.​
Rhetoric used throughout history labeling Indigenous people as “savages” and Africans as “brutes” is shamelessly being repeated by Donald Trump to describe immigrants seeking asylum in the United States. His reference to Haiti and African nations as “s—hole” countries bespeaks an oppressive colonial mentality that depicted non-white countries as being uncivilized.​
In his 74-page manifesto, the New Zealand terrorist admitted he committed his crimes to “show the invaders that our land will never be their land,” and praised Trump as “a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.”​
We’re not witnessing the acts of “a very small group of people.” We’re witnessing a terror that has spanned the globe, from the British Empire to Nazi Germany to the Jim Crow South and now to New Zealand.​
Is it a coincidence that Trump would deny white nationalism is on the rise, while simultaneously using it as a framework to impose harsh restrictions on immigration and other policies?
This resurgence of white supremacy is rooted in a fear of what activists refer to as its “dismantling” — the stripping away of white supremacist rules, systems, beliefs, and ideologies. That can’t be done without understanding its origins or its fundamental violence — or the fact that ideologues like those in power today have little else to offer working white people.​
Only thing missing from Common Dreams analysis of international white power movements is the religious aspect! Nobody wants to talk about it, but consider every damn time a Muslim terrorist or killer acts in any western nation, it becomes another example of Islamic terrorism...and then the debate expands to "is there something wrong with their religion?" Well, what the hell about Christianity? Since there have been more and more self-righteous stick-up-the-ass Christians coming in here and wiping their bible quotes in everyone's faces/while castigating other religions....especially that Muslim one....well, turnabout is fair play then! If good liberals, like those who write for Common Dreams won't expand the debate beyond race or even western military policy or include any debate on what role "Christian" values play in promoting white supremacism and white western imperialism, someone has to do it! Because there is no way to understand white racist movements in America or anywhere in the world, without examining their claims of religious faith and belief in God also!

So, what about it good liberal Christians! Do you get defensive and offended if a non-Muslim and non-Christian asks if there's something wrong with your religious tradition that led to the worst imperial movements in history, which suppressed and murdered 'lesser races' of 'heathens' all over the world where their colonial corporations like the East India Company conducted business?

You can claim that racist extremists do not have legitimate claims of being Christians, but who does? And why were the similar objections from average Muslims living in western nations after 9-11 attacks not equally accepted, without the non-stop demands that every Muslim and Muslim leader in the west grab a microphone and proclaim their repudiation of the terrorists and their love for their new homelands!

Also worth reading for further information:
White nationalism, born in the USA, is now a global terror threat
and
Trump Threatens to Unleash Paramilitary Violence in the US
White nationalism from the USA!
Trump wanted to increase exports. Apparently he has succeeded
 
Nov 2018
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The real global threat is liberalism and Judaism. I would like to see an alliance of white nationalists and muslims against this threat. I posted about this here:

Multiple fatalities in shooting at Christchurch mosques - Page 6

I am trying to organize a YouTube discussion with a muslim and a white nationalist that hopefully can be used to promote an alliance between these groups.
I think you should get rid of your firearms and make a trip to a psychiatrist to begin medication.