20 June, 2016

Legitimate vs. Illegitimate Power

Posted by Socrates in America, America's founders, black rule, Bork, brown rule, constitution, history, History for newbies, jews, judaism, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, White philosophy, White rule is better, White thought at 1:02 pm | Permanent Link

Newbies, The United States of America was founded as a White republic by White men [1]; the fact that it doesn’t say that in the Constitution means nothing; White rule was a given in that era – in fact, only White males could vote or hold public office in the founders’ era. That clearly shows the founders’ intention – they didn’t feel the need to spell it out. Therefore, non-White people who hold positions of political power in America are holding illegitimate power; in other words, the founders would not have recognized their authority as legit. The fact of the matter is that White people need White leadership, in order for America to remain a strong, capable, White/Western country. Judge Robert Bork even said so. We citizens have seen it over and over again: non-White officials making stupid decisions that go against the interests of the White, host population. That, in turn, goes directly against what America’s founders would have wanted. (This bit of philosophy actually takes a page from the Jewish playbook: under Halakhic [religious] law, Jews are ordered to avoid allowing gentiles into positions of power over Jews)[2].

[1] 118 White men created the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, and the U.S. Constitution

[2] “According to the Halakhah, Jews must not (if they can help it) allow a Gentile to be appointed to any position of authority, however small, over Jews”

  • 2 Responses to “Legitimate vs. Illegitimate Power”

    1. John Smith Says:

      Every non-white in america is an illegal alien. No whites would have ever voted in any majority to allow them in. They have been allowed in by 100,000 dirty tricks.

    2. Klassikality Says:

      True! When was that national referendum vote on “diversity?” You know when the US population got to vote for or against making the country a multi cult garbage dump? I’m not seeing it in the history books.