I am a “race realist.” That is, I don’t believe all races, on the whole, are perfectly equal in all abilities. That means that, on the whole, some races are smarter than others; some races are more athletic than others; some races are more hostile than others; some races are better musicians than others; etc.
This is utter heresy today. It invites nothing but vitriol, demonization, hostility, and worse. But fifty years ago? Fifty years ago, such a statement would have been platitudinous—a bit of common sense that was so universally understood as to require no utterance.
If one were sane (read: not a liberal), such dispassionate acceptance of reality would entail accepting certain ramifications. For example, a ruling like “disparate impact” would be immediately scrapped as the patent nonsense that it is. That “stubborn” “achievement gap” wouldn’t even be a term because everyone would know that, short of genetic reengineering, it’s not going to go away—so stop throwing good money after bad trying to eliminate it! And things like forced bussing, forced school and community integration, forced race-mixing at lunch, etc., are cruel and unusual punishments inflicted upon what would otherwise be good students (read: predominantly white and Asian kids).
And, perhaps most importantly, there is the syllogistic conclusion that as white countries become increasingly black and Hispanic, they become increasingly like every other black and Hispanic country—i.e., backward, poor, violent, and terminally dysfunctional (not to mention hopelessly rife with racial and sectarian tension).
But such common-sense takeaways are not what come to the warped minds of liberals when they encounter someone espousing “race realist” views. Heavens no.
For, to them, to be a “race realist” is to be a “white supremacist.” Never mind that such “race realists” recognize that East Asians have a higher average IQ than whites (on the whole). Never mind that Ashkenazi Jews—the traditional arch enemy of real “white supremacists”—are recognized as the cream of the crop, IQ-wise. Never mind that no race realist ever advocates prejudice against any individual based upon his race or ethnicity, both out of ethical/moral concerns and out of respect for the elementary rules of statistics. Never mind all these facts (and others), because to a liberal, any contradiction of Political Correct orthodoxy is to be treated as the cardinal sin against the Holy Politically Correct Church of the Liberal Establishment.
Hence, anyone who dare engage in the crimethink of race realism, or to express any concern about stopping the unmistakable agenda of white genocide/racial euthanasia across the globe, is to be labeled with the worst epithet in the liberal lexicon.
That is to say, being a “white supremacist” is worse than being a mere “racist” (a term that patriots are finally learning to just laugh at and not try to defend themselves against), for it indicates the pinnacle of racist thought: Nazism!. I.e., being labeled a “white supremacist” is synonymous with being labeled a “Neo-Nazi”, which is the equivalent of saying that a “race realist” invariably thinks that [Northern European] whites are the master race and therefore every other race must be killed in the most horrific fashion possible.
(Again: All of this because I dare to admit the plain-as-day truth that human capacities are not equally distributed amongst the races.)
But what’s important to consider here is not the average liberal brownshirt who genuinely believes this tripe that “race realism = white supremacism” (which they do, the unthinking parrots that they are). What’s important is to recognize the concerted effort by The Powers That Be to rebrand any concern about the welfare of the embattled white race as “white supremacism.”
Why is this important?
For starters, consider this quote:
The Federal Bureau of Investigation earlier this year launched a nationwide operation targeting white supremacists and “militia/sovereign-citizen extremist groups,” including a focus on veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan, according to memos sent from bureau headquarters to field offices.
– Veterans a Focus of FBI Extremist Probe, Wall Street Journal, April 17, 2009
In other words, the federal government of the United States is targeting any individual or group who finds it important to defend the white race against attrition and genocide. (“Never again,” eh?)
Meanwhile, I had noted with some alarm the other day that Facebook had begun a purge of any pro-white (or, really, anti-anti-white) users or pages on their site. This put a pit in my stomach because, to me at least, it seemed to mark the beginning of the purge of pro-white (again, read “anti-anti-white”) networks by the Feds.
I.e., “first they came for Facebook…”
In other words, if my gut’s correct that this is the first move in an aggressive strategy by the Feds to crack down on anyone they deem to be “white supremacist”, what else lies in store for those of us who see it our mission to speak out against the insanity and gross injustices being foisted upon us by the Liberal Establishment?
In sum, be on the lookout for the term “white supremacist”, especially when employed by those in positions of power, for it indicates a design to silence all opposition to the Liberal Establishment.
Thus we should be no more afraid of the term “white supremacist” than we are of the term “racist”, with one caveat: Though they are both meaningless terms and both used to smear politically incorrect heretics, anyone painted as a “white supremacist” may find himself under the boot of the Feds in short order. I say, best not wither but to fight it now before there is no one left to turn to.
PS: Here’s a video put together by a Facebook friend who was recently kicked off for hosting a (now-banned) Facebook page called “White Rewop”. Tell me again how labeling something “white supremacist” isn’t just a cover for an anti-white agenda?