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‘White Supremacy’ is literally anything

Ever since the Charlottesville protests and subsequent violence that ensued, the Left has spiralled into a frenzied, delusional hysteria over ‘white supremacy’ which supposedly dominates, defines, and dictates the course of Western society.

In part due to this delirious state, the Left is as trigger happy with white supremacy, as are deranged mass shooters with AR 15’s.

Spreading this nonsensical fear is an understandable tactic: as when vulnerable minorities believe white supremacy is responsible for all of their problems, social mobility becomes difficult, and they remain subdued by the politics of envy.

But the fundamental issue with Leftist witch hunts for white supremacy; be they evidenced by tearing down statutes, renaming buildings, refusing to stand for national anthems, or otherwise remains the same: When everything becomes white supremacy, and all evils on the Earth stem from white supremacy, there will be no moral justification for anything in Western civilization as it currently stands.

For an example of how white supremacy has veered away from its traditional definition, into resembling virtually anything controversial that white people do, see the Huffington Post’ analysis below.

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“White Athletes Still Standing For The Anthem Are Standing For White Supremacy”, Huffington Post, by Jesse Benn, September 25, 2017:

The absence of white athletes kneeling for the anthem Sunday was a particularly illustrative moment in white privilege. See, for white athletes the anthem and American flag do represent freedom, liberty and whatever other amorphous American values one might ascribe these symbols. So, from their view, kneeling would be disrespectful to the privileges a white supremacist nation affords them.

We’ve all heard the typical argument against kneeling. “Kneeling during the anthem disrespects the flag and the soldiers who fought for your right to protest and blah blah blah patriotism!” Now, I’m not going to spend much time with the most obvious counter, but it’s worth stating. In the fairytale we Americans tell ourselves where soldiers fight wars for freedom and not imperial conquests, the story says they’re fighting for someone’s right to protest, not the opposite. So using the troops as a cudgel against protest wholly misunderstands even our own national fairytale.

So, that’s obvious enough, but what I’m talking about is this. If white athletes can’t fathom kneeling because they feel soldiers fought for their rights and blah blah blah patriotism, it’s because they are treated as full citizens and afforded those rights they imagine soldiers fought for. Interpreting their own experience as something more universal, they struggle to understand why anyone should kneel. Indeed, for them, the anthem and American flag represent promises fulfilled.

This is the problem of privilege. It skews our ability to grasp what the world looks like outside our view. But even in the terms of American values, Kaepernick’s point is quite straightforward — the promises that underlie those values remain unfulfilled for black Americans.

This isn’t a matter of opinion. Statistics reveal disparities along racial lines regarding wealtheducationhealthy foodemploymenthealth carehousingwagescriminal charges/sentences and practically every other imaginable measure of quality of life. This isn’t a mistake of history or attributable to individual or cultural traits of the oppressed. These are the results of centuries of systemic white supremacy, plain and simple. Anyone who professes to care about America’s alleged values should be fighting to extend them to those they’re deprived. If they aren’t full of shit, that is.

And while the protest at the heart of all of this isn’t about the anthem or the flag, it is about calling on America to live up to its self-professed values. As long as black people are killed by cops in the streets or left to wither away in the state’s cages without recourse, that anthem and flag represent promises unfulfilled for millions of Americans.

Understand this. White supremacy — as in the structures of opportunity, the legacy of/ongoing oppression of non-whites, and the asymmetrical hoarding of resources by whites — is what affords us the privileges that limit our view, making a peaceful act of protest seem offensive in spite of the broader context of what’s being protested. And the ignorant result of that privilege was on full display Sunday as white players stood next to their black teammates.

So let’s at least be clear that what those players stood for on Sunday was white supremacy. Full stop.

9 thoughts on “‘White Supremacy’ is literally anything

  1. The idea that a Caucasian Jew would donate millions of Dollars to Black Lives Matter set me thinking… Why would he do that? Perhaps as a Jew, Soros identifies with racial prejudice… I do not think so. I believe that he and other white billionaires, all in the club of the Luciferian Elite are donating huge sums to such organizations is that they are hoping and waiting for a White Backlash. They are seeking to start a real race war that the American Blacks, consisting of only about 7% of the population cannot win. A war that will, as in the days of Jim Crow, “put them in their place.” I believe that the intent of those fomenting this discontent do not have the well being of African-Americans in mind but rather their destruction…

  2. The leftists who believe this about the national anthem are failing to take into account the history behind the anthem. Francis Scott Key, in sum, wrote the anthem because he was inspired by a battle he witnessed were Americans fought to keep the flag flying as a symbol of American perseverance in not the desire to not want to have to bow again to the British (my mom sent me a video of this I believe I will post soon). If not for that, we would be a British colony again. Besides, crying white privilege does not solve the root problems that disproportionately affect non-whites. Their problems may have started with their own oppression, but that is not what keeps them in such situations in most cases. A lot of times, it is a cycle of poverty, broken homes/families bad decisions, and failure to realize that they need to strive for education and bettering themselves, etc. In all though, this was a good post.

    1. Yes those struggling need to look internally for the solutions. Although this would contradict the very point for the Left existing: Big government. Thanks for your praise mate.

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