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Sarah: I know that sometimes happens, the white-Asian couples you refer to. But, how common is that? I admit, I don’t live in an area with a lot of Asian people. Most inter-racial relationships I see are white women with black men, which seems common all over US. I have seen mixed Asian-white children, and they mostly look Asian . . just as black-white children tend to look some shade of black-brown. It seems that white biology makes for a good base for other racial traits to come through.
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Inception: I had read about the “conversion” of this young man. I think it merely represents the turning away from elders’ ways and beliefs that young Americans have done in recent generations. “Baby Boomers” disagreed with their parents’ faith in government and the military. Then, later generations say that they are less likely than their parents to hold religious beliefs or to live close to other relatives. The story noted that Derek’s parents raised him in an ethnically mixed neighborhood, and they paid his tuition to attend a liberal arts college . . so, the parents don’t seem to be close-minded or averse to differences. I wonder if Derek’s opinions will change as he reaches middle age and older. As a young person, I disagreed with my parents on many things, but once I had my own children and worked and owned a home, etc. my opinions changed to become much like those my parents espoused. I wonder too if seeing the white population become first a minority, and then likely to continue to shrink ever smaller, if Derek might again become concerned about the survival of his white race. I believe he will come to regret the changes that these decades ahead will bring and he will miss “the good ole days”. (Of course, by then, it will be too late and I doubt anyone will take comfort in saying “I told you so.” We usually learn too late).
Kurumbi: I can only speak for myself, but if I feel lost, it is because the greater America I grew up in has withered away. We used to sleep secure with our doors unlocked, we used to leave the keys in the ignitions of our cars parked on the street and KNOW that no one would steal them. We used to walk the streets of our community late at night, never fearing that others might attack or rob us. Couples mostly married and mostly stayed that way. Families were intact, with children taught to strive hard at school and with homework, to respect their elders and to pitch in with household chores. We attended church regularly. As kids, we walked and biked all over town and were never concerned that we might be abducted. Our parents and extended family and teachers and scout leaders did not molest us, and we never even thought they might. Everyone sought to work hard to support themselves and their families. I miss those days. I feel lost in this America today where things are the opposite of the way they used to be. And, I have spoken to older Black Americans who hold similar memories and miss the days of their youth, even given the overt segregation and discrimination they faced. Unfortunately, we Americans threw everything if the past away instead of simply correcting a few injustices. We lost more than we gained.
Macro: There is the dictionary of racism, and then there are culturally relevent definitions. In modern day US, racism is only deemed valid if practiced by whites. Bias against whites that is exhibited by non-whites is deemed “justice” or “good, for a change!”. And, when you talk about whites as a ruling class, please do not think that elite whites carry anything about the average white person — all they really care about is their own personal wealth and power. They will, and have, throw the rest of us under the bus in an instant.
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Meme-master Trump and White Genocide
Talking about “race” alarms people. They may not welcome discussing the issues/dangers facing white populations, but they also tire of hearing/seeing the constant harangue in media and by supposed celebrities that non-whites face injustices. I have posted articles and my comments to my Facebook page, and my otherwise conversant friends and relatives suddenly fall silent. Some may share my concerns but are afraid to admit so publicly. Others have succumbed to the mind-numbing media barrage of messages that whites are evil or quintessentially guilty of most wrongs in the history of mankind. All I can do is keep putting the issues out there, in hopes that others will come to their senses and take action.
Anti-White “Punch a ‘Nazi’” workshop calls police when so-called “Nazis” show up!
” . . Whites are in nature ‘nazis’ “? Who do you think stopped the Nazis, Bubba? A lot of brave Caucasians fought and died so that you and I aren’t made to goose step or wear kimonos today.,
New state law makes California a “sanctuary state” for White Genocide
This is off-topic, but just happened to me and I wanted to share it. Yesterday, I was sitting in a hospital waiting room with a relative who was being admitted to undergo a significant medical procedure. I had my tablet with me and logged onto the hospital’s free wifi. I saw a new post in my email by White Genocide Project and clicked on it. Up comes this page stating “Access Denied!” due to content on the site being “hate speech” (bold type). I thought, “Are you joking? What is hateful about wanting your white people to survive? Other groups survive, and I don’t see WGP as advocating their destruction. We just believe that white peoples and cultures are valuable to all of mankind and that it would be horrific if those contributions were lost.” I didn’t say anything — not that it would have mattered — but I quietly wondered how WGP got on the “hate site” list. We don’t advocate killing anyone, or destroying property. Then it came to me . . I typed in “Black Lives Matter” and there was no block on that. Somehow, in the twisted corporate mind, a group whose marches have included bashing store fronts, robbing the stores, setting fires to buildings, gunfire, injuring people (including law enforcement, and possible connections to cop killings), etc. is not considered hate speech. But a group like WGP that advocates peacefully for the existence of its people is considered “hate”. ?????? Some wacky shit man.
Robert E. Lee vs. White Genocide
The “browning of America”, and white youth being indoctrinated by our so-called education system to hate their own history and historic figures, can only lead to demise of the US unless it can somehow be turned around. But the facts are the facts: Young white Americans are declining to have children, the large and aging white “Baby Boomer” generation (including myself) will be dying off the next 20 years, non-white Americans and immigrants (legal and illegal) have larger families than whites do, and immigration (though slowed now) continues and could very well accelerate again with future Presidential administrations. It seems to me that the fight to keep US a stable, majority-white country needed to occur 20+ years ago. Now, it looks like the die is set. Along with the nation’s staggering and growing national debt, and China emerging as the dominant superpower in coming years, a browning America will likely come to look like the desperate Third World countries that so many immigrants hail from. The irony is that the white Americans who stand to suffer most are the young people chanting at the Antifa protests, helping to tear down and spit upon the statues honoring the South’s dead. They may think their actions now will buy them acceptance into brown America 20-30 years from now. I predict they will just be a part of the hated white minority and treated accordingly. As the saying goes, “You made your bed . . . “.
Robert E. Lee vs. White Genocide
I think maybe it wouldn’t be so bad if North Korea, or China launched a nuclear warhead at US. It might wake us up from this daze we are in these days. Americans attacking each other — over what? What harm is a statue doing to anyone? — Anyone who is affected by a statue has problems that need serious medical treatment. Mass media, and many (most?) politicians, are treasonous — lying about all persons at the march who objected to removal of a statue are neo-Nazis, white-supremacists and violent. Many people were undoubtedly at the march to protest the removal of a piece of American history (along with an ongoing vendetta to re-write and trash American history). President Trump was spot-on, and it is disgraceful that Republicans are sucking up to the antifa anarchists in hopes they can keep their gravy offices. Very dark days ahead for US — very dark.