What BUGS and the monthly White House meme-messages accomplish

Below is a request made to me on another site concerning our monthly White House meme-messages, followed by my response to it.

Good. Can you please give some input on the sucess of what we do on a regular basis? So the non-USA people know what is going on and to raise the spirits of the rest of us?

We’ve displayed STOP WHITE GENOCIDE meme-messages on the website of the president of the United States every month for the last three years. (Please think how extraordinary that is!)

That achievement has been part of the larger BUGS project that carpet bombs the mainstream with STOP WHITE GENOCIDE memes, most particularly the memes “anti-White” and “White Genocide.”

The memes “anti-White” and “White Genocide” are finally getting a solid footing in the mainstream. Since the trending of the hashtag #BoycottStarWarsVII on twitter recently, there have been more media articles with the meme “White Genocide” in them than I could list here.

Why is it useful that we are making those memes part of public discussion and ordinary conversation in White countries?

1. The White masses will look out on a new world when they view the world through the lens of “anti-White” and “White Genocide” instead of through the lens of the R-word.


2. The mere utterance of “anti-White” and “White Genocide” in ANY context is an expression of pro-White views (think about that! Please read the first two links I’ve given for the two terms!), and is our foot in the door to lifting the prohibition against pro-White views in the pubic arena!


3. Absorption of the term “White Genocide” will make the fact of it self-evident, since the evidence of it is all around us.
The use of that? No race rolls over for genocide!

Yes, possibly it can be a little subtle. Further questions are welcome.



4 comments for “What BUGS and the monthly White House meme-messages accomplish

  1. November 5, 2015 at 1:14 am

    Keep up the good work. We are listening and we ALL AGREE!!!! Steven

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  2. oscar yeager
    November 4, 2015 at 7:41 pm

    I love everything you guys do and support it whole heartedly but I do disagree that the white house petitions do anything positive for the cause. Nothing will ever come of those except getting good regular people stuck on gov’t watch lists or red flagged in other ways. I’m all for getting the message out at ever opportunity but no good will come of sending these memes and messages to the white house/president. Just my 2 cents. Keep up the great work!

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    • Henry Davenport
      November 4, 2015 at 9:32 pm

      There’s no doubt the “petitions” do their part in spreading our memes…they get read and quoted…Salon.com recently reprinted one in its entirety.

      Gov’t recording and storing of personal minutia as part of it’s surveillance program is done on a massive scale, not a little here and a little there. I think it’s extremely unlikely that they have a special White House petition squad to track down the names of anyone who adds some initials to a White House “petition.”

      And oscar, who lied to you and told you we are “sending these memes and messages to the white house/president”? 😉

      Oh, technically I guess we are sending them to the White House (I focused on the word “president”), but I have no idea if anyone there reads them and I don’t care particularly, aside from being happy if anyone is soaking up our memes.

      I’m glad you’re happy with our site otherwise though!

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  3. Henry Davenport
    November 4, 2015 at 6:09 pm

    This excerpt from a WIRED article is typical of the huge number of media articles that have mentioned “White Genocide” in discussing the recent twitter trending of #BoycottStarWarsVII.

    “But last night The Daily Show took the time to address it, and in the process shut down the argument that the new Star Wars film represents “white genocide” in less than six minutes.”

    Sure, The Daily Show “shut it down.” Actually, The Daily Show talked about “White Genocide” for 6 minutes! 😀

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