Culture, Politics

This Will Be the End of BLM

In order to build meaningful resistance to the left’s program of positive discrimination, there must first be a dramatic change in rhetoric: no more complaining about hypocrisy, no more “imagining if the roles were reversed,” and no more trying to appeal to the left’s Bizarro World sense of morality…

But when leftists and “racial justice” activists leverage collective guilt in order to secure policies that benefit them through positive discrimination, they are relying on a narrative that singles out White people, not only as the cause of all their problems, but as uniquely deserving of retribution.

If a politician who claims to represent you won’t use the phrase “anti-White,” let them know that you’ll give your support to someone else who will. If a political commentator won’t use the phrase “anti-White,” stop listening to them, and discourage your friends and family from listening to them. Explain how important it is to use specific terminology, rather than just saying “the left are the real racists!” Remember: that’s their word for you—it’s specifically intended to paint you as a person who gives aid to “White supremacy”—and if you’re using it, you’re buying into their moral frame once again…

“Color blind” conservatives who insist on putting their heads in the sand are conspicuously absent from any serious conversation about the left’s anti-White rhetoric. These types must be sidelined and made increasingly irrelevant: highlighting the left’s anti-White hatred should become a bare minimum expectation. The base of every day Americans who identify with right-wing or conservative values must demand this of their representatives and thought leaders.

The core of this shift is simple: if you are being attacked and demonized on the basis of your background or ancestry, it’s only right and fair that you and people like you should defend yourselves on that basis—every identifiable group of people on Earth has that right, and right-wingers must stop accepting any claim to the contrary. Read more…

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