6 August, 2019

For Newbies: On “White Supremacy” Accusations

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Would you say “wet water”? No. Would you say “a hard rock”? No. Would you say “hot fire”? Or “cold ice”? Nope. There would be no need to. Why bother stating the obvious — unless you plan to make those things political somehow?

Similarly, there’s no such term as “White supremacy” — as the media uses it: as a vulgar term, as if proud White people have some sort of character defect or some deadly disease. “Oh, my god! He’s a White supremacist! Keep away from him! You could catch something!” White people are the greatest of humans by default. There’s no need to say “supremacy.” Whites gave the world to mankind. Let’s consider some names: Plato. Aristotle. Da Vinci. Michelangelo. Galileo. Newton. Edison. Tesla. Titian. Caravaggio. Bell. And that’s just for starters. Name one great thing that Whites didn’t invent. You nearly can’t. The telephone, the automobile, the bicycle, electricity, the computer, the airplane, the TV set, the air conditioner, the furnace, the radio/stereo, the lightbulb, the camera, the wheelbarrow, the telescope, the clock, the wristwatch, the refrigerator, concrete, dynamite, surveying equipment, the printing press, marine/sea navigation tools, democracy, space travel — Whites created all those things, and mankind would still be living in the Stone Age without White people. And how do the media jerks respond to that? Instead of saying “thank you,” they say “you’re White supremacists!” So, we transform the world and they call us names and try to genocide us.

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