Whenever the topic of white supremacy comes up among normies, we should always ask the question, “Which do you prefer: white supremacy or non-white supremacy?” Of course, given such a stark choice, most polite company will search for a third option. “Why do we need racial supremacy at all? Why can’t we have a society in which people of all races are treated equally?” That sounds nice, but we should point out that this is clearly not the goal of the Left — especially the non-white Left. Such people having nothing in mind other than the ultimate subjugation of white people. Their words and actions belie this quite clearly. Nearly all of the Left’s social and political movements for the last 150 years can be interpreted not through Progress or universal principles or human rights, but through the acquisition of power at the expense of white people.
If any normie is still talking to us at this point, we should reiterate the question: do we want white supremacy or non-white supremacy? Because, really, it boils down to that. As long as whites and non-whites coexist in a single country there can be no middle ground.
US Attorney General Merrick Garland’s recent domestic terrorism speech puts this awful dichotomy into stark relief. In the speech, this humorless paladin of the Left attempted to demonize white people by telling a few whoppers — and by lying through omission. His entire speech amounted to a litany of reasons why white men are the greatest threat to the nation today, while conveniently ignoring the far greater threats posed by the vociferously anti-white Antifa and Black Lives Matter terrorist organizations. The speech was essentially a hate address to white America and it had the reeking imprimatur of an equally hostile FBI to grant it its undeserved legitimacy.
Early on, Garland reveals the big news that he is releasing the “First National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism.” Much of this was boilerplate in which he promised diligence in the face of domestic terror. For example, his strategy’s “four pillars” go like this:
- Understand the threat
- Prevent domestic terror recruiting
- Deter domestic terror before it starts
- Address long-term causes.
Yes, this screams for a cheesy PowerPoint presentation. I’d quote it at length for you if it weren’t so dull.
What isn’t dull, however, was Garland’s pointed anti-white animus. His sin was not so much singling out white men in his speech, but how he bolstered his points with so many refutable lies.
Our current effort comes on the heels of another large and heinous attack, this time the January 6th assault on our nation’s capital.
Attack? He’s making it seem as if it was the Redcoats interrupting James Madison’s dinner during the War of 1812. No, an attack is what happens when Antifa burns down federal buildings in Portland. The January 6 protesters were tourists in comparison to that. How many times do we have to point out that the hundreds of riots and terrorist acts perpetrated by Antifa and Black Lives Matter in the past year far outweigh whatever damage that was done on January 6? Last year, armed Antifa took over six square blocks of Seattle for weeks and declared it as its own sovereign territory. They attacked police and journalists (most notably, Andy Ngo), caused billions in damage, and even hunted down and murdered a man because he was a Trump supporter. Yet Garland wants us to focus on January 6, while remaining curiously reticent about the unpunished and unidentified murderer of Ashli Babbitt and the persistent rumors and evidence that many of the protestors were either let into the Capitol by police or were FBI plants to begin with. Have you noticed how Garland’s precious FBI is so loath to investigate that?
Six years ago, nine black men and women were shot and killed while praying at their church in Charleston, four years ago this week and attackers shot four people at a congressional baseball practice after confirming that the players were Republicans. Two months later, a man drove his car into a crowd of peaceful protesters against white supremacism in Charlottesville, murdering one and injuring many more.
“Peaceful protesters against white supremacism.” It’s outright lies like this that should make us realize our enemies do not have souls. The truth means nothing to these people, only power. Here’s a video of James Fields driving his car into that Charlottesville crowd. Please notice how Garland’s peaceful protestors smashed in his windows with bats. Who brings bats (and bricks and clawhammers and flame throwers) to a protest? Merrick Garland’s communist constituents, that’s who! Jason Kessler can tell us much about how unpeaceful the Left was that day in Charlottesville.
And I love how Garland included the 2017 Republican baseball game shooting in which no one died. The shooter was white, so I guess he had to do it. Anyway, why waste an opportunity to show off how non-partisan you are? Hey, Republicans, Merrick Garland has your back.
In 2018, 11 Jewish worshipers were shot and killed at their synagogue in Pittsburgh. And two summers ago, 23 people, most of whom were Latino, were gunned down while shopping at a Walmart in El Paso.
Yeah, and in 2015, a pair of Pakistani Muslims murdered fourteen people and injured twenty-two in the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California. But because the shooters were not white, Merrick Garland feels their atrocity is not worth mentioning. Perhaps, like prominent Clinton ally John Podesta, he would have preferred that the shooters been white. That certainly would have made his little speech sound a little less frivolous.
And while we are in my wheelhouse, let’s list some other overt acts of domestic terrorism perpetrated by non-whites in the last fifteen years which our new Attorney General apparently finds unworthy of comment:
On March 3, 2006, a Muslim named Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar rammed his car into pedestrians at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, injuring nine.
On July 28, 2006, a Muslim named Naveed Afzal Haq of Pakistani descent killed one and injured five at the Jewish Federation building in Seattle, Washington.
On June 1, 2009, a Muslim al-Qaeda member named Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad killed one and injured one at an Army recruitment center in Little Rock, Arkansas.
On November 5, 2009, a Muslim of Palestinian extraction named Nidal Hassan murdered thirteen and injured thirty-two at Fort Hood in Texas.
On April 15, 2013, two central Asian Muslims named Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev bombed the Boston Marathon, murdering six and injuring a staggering 280.
On September 24, 2014, a black Muslim named Alton Alexander Nolen (AKA Jah’Keem Yisrael) beheaded one and injured another at a food processing plant in Moore, Oklahoma.
On May 3, 2015, two Muslims, a black named Elton Simpson and a Pakistani named Nadir Soofi, opened fire at the Draw Muhammad exhibit in Garland, Texas.
On July 16, 2015, a Muslim named Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez murdered five at military installations in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
On November 4, 2015, a Muslim named Faisal Muhammad stabbed four people at a university in Merced, California.
On June 12, 2016, a Muslim of Afghani extraction named Omar Mateen murdered forty-nine and injured fifty-three in a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
On July 7, 2016, a black named Micah Johnson murdered five white police officers and injured twelve more at a Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas, Texas.
On September 17, 2016, a Muslim “soldier of the Islamic State” named Dahir Adan stabbed ten at a mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota.
In mid-September 2016, a Muslim named Ahmad Khan Rahimi bombed several locations in New York and New Jersey, injuring thirty-four.
On November 28, 2016, a Muslim named Abdul Razak Ali Artan rammed his car into a crowd at Ohio State University, injuring thirteen.
On September 24, 2017, a black named Emanuel Kidega Samson stormed a church filled with white worshippers in Antioch, Tennessee, killing one, and wounding seven.
On October 31, 2017, a Muslim named Sayfullo Saipov rammed his car into joggers and cyclists in New York City, murdering eight and wounding eleven others.
On December 10, 2019, two Black Hebrew Israelites named David Anderson and Francine Graham murdered a police officer and three people in a kosher grocery store in Jersey City, New Jersey.
On top of this, we have had several Islamic terrorist plots which were either nipped in the bud or foiled before they could be executed. These include the 2010 Times Square car bombing attempt by Faisal Shahzad, the 2010 Arlington National Cemetery bombing attempt by Farooque Ahmed, the 2010 Chicago cargo planes bomb plot by al Qaeda, the 2010 planned shootings in Virginia by Yonathan Melaku, the 2010 Portland car bomb plot by Mohamed Osman Mohamud, the 2011 plot by Mohamad Shareef Hammadi and Waad Ramadan Alwan to murder US servicemen, and the 2015 planned terrorist attack on police by Usaama Rahim in Boston.
Note how I am also excluding mass shootings by non-whites that most likely were not racially or politically motivated and therefore shouldn’t be considered as domestic terror. These include the 2007 Virginia Tech massacre (Asian perp, thirty-three dead), the 2009 Binghamton, New York massacre (Asian perp, fourteen dead), the 2013 Washington Naval Yard massacre (black perp, twelve dead), and the 2019 Virginia Beach Municipal Center massacre (black perp, twelve dead). Remember, crazy comes in all colors, and whites are no exception. It’s a tragic fact that whites are also represented among mass murderers and domestic terrorists. But for the US Attorney General to pretend that they are the only people in this hall of shame is utterly reprehensible. That he neglects to mention that the proportion of terrorists within the Muslim American population is far greater than it is in the American white population is, in effect, enemy action.
Speaking of reprehensible enemy action, here is more Merrick Garland:
According to an unclassified summary of the March Intelligence Assessment, the two most lethal elements of the domestic violence extremist threat are racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists and militia violent extremists. In the FBI’s view, the top domestic violent extremist threat comes from racially or ethnically motivated violent extremists, specifically those who advocate for the superiority of the white race.
“The superiority of the white race?” What does that even mean? Superiority how? Over whom? Were the right-wing terrorists Garland has been fretting over citing Arthur Jensen and J. Phillippe Rushton while they were plotting to blow up a mosque?
I would like to see the algorithm the FBI uses to determine who is a white supremacist terrorist and who isn’t. Take, Stephen Paddock, for example. He was white, sure. He also murdered sixty people and injured 867 more during the 2017 Las Vegas shooting before taking his own life. Bingo! Another dreaded white supremacist, right? Not so fast. It seems that ISIL claimed he was one of theirs and also took responsibility for the attack. There’s still a lot of mystery surrounding this horrific event. How does the FBI classify the deadliest mass shooting by a lone shooter in US history? And how does Garland himself square this with the fact that the vast majority of its victims were white? Does that even matter?
The actions that agencies are taking in support of the National Strategy are held together by several core principles. First, we are focused on violence, not on ideology. In America, espousing a hateful ideology is not unlawful. We do not investigate individuals for their first amendment protected activities.
Well, that’s nice. But with so much mendacity burbling in this speech, I’m not going to hold my breath on this one. I also have a feeling that if employers, banks, social media companies, airlines, and other powerful entities wish to unconstitutionally discriminate against whites based on what they say, Merrick Garland is not going to lift one taloned pinky to stop them. Heck, Trump didn’t do this. So what hope do we have with an anti-white ghoul like Merrick Garland?
By the way, Merrick Garland brings up hateful ideologies — but which is more hateful? Those who are upfront and honest with their racial attitudes (and are prepared to get in trouble for expressing them), or those like Garland who not only demonize a particular race in such a sneaky and deceitful manner but have the power to do something about it? For the year 2022, he’s asking the Biden administration for an additional $100 million to take out white supremacism in America, whatever that is.
As Garland’s speech wound down, he got a bit more specific about what his Justice Department will do with the incoming windfall. It was all the sinister Big Brotherly condescension one would expect from the empowered Left these days. I will offer choice quotes below and accompany them with translations in parentheses to let you know what could really be in store:
“The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its intelligence analysis, production, and sharing.” (The federal government will do more snooping on white people.)
“It is prioritizing relevant grant funding to support state and local partners.” (The federal government will pay state and local governments to do more snooping on white people.)
“It’s enhancing its collaboration with community-based organizations of state and local and industry partners to address domestic terrorism threats while protecting privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties.” (The federal government will not do much snooping on blacks, Muslims, Hispanics, or other non-whites.)
“And is working to support the development of resources that enhance critical thinking and media literacy as a mechanism to strengthen resilience to misinformation and disinformation.” (The federal government will promote critical race theory to further demonize white people.)
“The Department of Homeland Security is also focused on community-based violence prevention programs in order to empower and revamp support to community partners who can help to prevent individuals from ever reaching the point of committing a terrorist attack.” (The federal government will neglect preventing terror committed by non-whites.)
After this, Garland declared how he was “personally struck” by three acts of terror which occurred within the same general area of the United States, but at different times in history: the Tulsa Riots of 1921, (of course, he did not mention the greatly inflated death count and the fact that the blacks fired on the whites first), the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing (natch), and a Right-wing terror plot in Kansas which federal authorities foiled in October 2016 (just before Trump took office. How about that?)
Garland then ends his passive-aggressive call for tyranny by promising vigilance in the face of the “menace” that is white people — I mean, domestic terrorists — I mean, angry white guys with guns — I mean, well, they’re all pretty much the same thing these days, aren’t they?
Of course, Merrick Garland is not operating in good faith. He lies with the words he speaks and, through deliberate omission, he lies with the words he doesn’t speak. He simply intends to attack the tribe he does not like for the sake of the tribe he does like. He is cynically taking part in a racial power struggle between non-whites and whites — and as a liberal diaspora Jew, Merrick Garland is taking the side of the non-whites, like so many liberal diaspora Jews before him. For him, only whites can do evil. And when non-whites do evil, it’s best not to talk about it — that way no one remembers.
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