CNN has been aggressively promoting gun control for the better part of a decade now. The core objective of the gun control agenda is to take away American’s rifles. The vast majority of the rifles in question are owned by white Americans.
There isn’t really any talk of doing something about the handguns used by criminals. Therefore, critics of gun control have astutely pointed out that what the system wants to do, first and foremost, is to disarm white Americans.
Apparently, TV reporter-man Chris Cuomo announced to the world that he had figured out the formula for success in securing new draconian gun laws — start the indiscriminate killing of white people.
It should be obvious by now that a growing number of people support the indiscriminate killing of white people for racially motivated reasons.
An individual’s personal reasons for supporting this will vary, but the entirety of the phenomenon can be pinned on the media’s influence over the minds of the people. In fact, people have become so comfortable with this idea that they are saying it openly to reporters on camera for said media.
Leader of the Movement, RPT Chairman Allen West, had a novel take on the increasingly aggressive dehumanization of white heritage Americans, the sort of dehumanization that precedes every mass genocide. West said the real issue is black abortions and white supremacists.
Days after the fact, I still don’t know what to make of this.
I mean, I get it, “Democrats are the real racists.” Ok, but how much more mileage does he think we are going to get out of this talking point?
Are we really going to take back our country and regain control of Texas by calling people who oppose us “racists” when they have been calling us racists using every lever of power on earth?
It’s a “I know you are, but what am I?” situation.
Reiterating that a “white supremacist” is the worst conceivable evil is not helpful when they call us, the GOP voters, “white supremacists.”
Furthermore, I am seeing a very troubling trend of conservatives conceding that “racism exists.” Usually followed by something like “but X is not a racist (country, city, school, etc.)”
If you agree to this premise, you have already lost because that game is rigged.
“Racism” as it is currently understood by the general public, is a fake concept. In fact, the entire concept was just invented a few years ago.
Jesse Lee Peterson also says racism is fake, and was a concept created by malevolent actors within our society to harm and oppress, which has only led to increasingly hostile race relations.
You know who is good friends with Jesse Lee Peterson, don’t you?
This entire situation of white people being so taboo that you can’t even defend their right to exist free from rhetorical, and increasingly physical racial attacks, needs to be reevaluated.
Trump referred to white Americans as “a certain person” in the presidential debates when discussing critical race theory and how it’s designed to harm white Americans and destroy any unity within the country. He could not even bring himself to say who he was talking about, because the “silent majority” is actually the “unspeakable minority.”
White people are a tiny percentage of the world population. White Americans, which Teddy Roosevelt coined as a unique race of Pan-Europeans, are an even smaller minority.
White people make up the vast majority of the Republican Party, as well as every liberty-minded group in America. In places like Georgia, where the rhetoric is reaching a fever pitch, the Republican party’s share of the white vote is increasing just as sharply.
These voters are desperate for someone to defend them, because we are already at the point where people won’t even name them unless it’s to denigrate them, and that is a very bad place to be when you put it in historical context. It’s the epitome of dehumanization.
People need to be able to talk about this subject freely, and they may need additional legal protections from the State to protect their right to free speech without fear of losing their livelihood. This is a serious priority and people need to remember this as we see more, even deadlier riots this summer.
“Republicans represent all people, including black, hispanic, asian, and white Texans” would be a great place to start.