4 April, 2019

The Great Awokening and the War On White People

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", America, America as a 'melting pot', America the White nation, Ferguson, jewed culture, jewed media, jewed politics, Michael Brown, race, Race Denial, race-baiting, race-mixing, racial awareness among Whites, racial polarization, Socrates, Trump, Trump-as-a-fascist, Trumpphobia, War On White People at 2:14 pm | Permanent Link

Sioux Indian #1: “What ‘woke’ mean?”

Sioux Indian #2: “It mean, ‘not asleep.'”

Sioux Indian #1: “Hmmmm…I ‘woke’ then.”

Sioux Indian #2: “Me, too. Wide awoke.”

“It began roughly with the (Michael Brown-inspired) 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri…” It’s funny that he should say that. I’ve dated the beginning of the now-hotter War On White People to that very same event [1]. Importantly, the war on White people has always been fueled by the Jewish media and Jewish Hollywood, which mold and shape public opinion about race (the 1967 race-mixing movie “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?” was probably the first shot across the bow of conservative White America) [2]. Every household has 4 or 5 TV sets, and those sets are on most of the time. [Article].

[1] don’t forget that Michael Brown attacked the White cop in Ferguson, not the other way around as the media insisted it happened; even today the media portrays Brown as “a victim of White racism”

[2] the movie was directed and produced by the Jew, Stanley Kramer, not to be confused with Stanley Kubrick

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  7. 2 Responses to “The Great Awokening and the War On White People”

    1. Antagonistes Says:

      Somehow, we are sliding backward, even more so, after electing Trump!

      Could it be that he is not doing what he says that he is doing?

      He is like the emperor without clothes—-only it is us who are without clothes, and we cannot see it! He is fully clothed with the garments of deceit!

    2. fd Says:

      It’s too bad the states don’t have the ability to dismiss the Federal government and manage their own affairs.