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Anti-White Racism Spreading Rapidly Across The Usa
Anti-White Racism Spreading Rapidly Across The Usa
ANti-White Hatred is Surging Across the USA Fueling Murder, Rade, Assaults, Chaos
By John Livingston
April 13, 2024

The article, adapted from Jeremy Carl’s book, “The Unprotected Class: How Anti-White Racism Is Tearing America Apart,” argues that if white Americans do not act, they will support their own downfall. The book is available for pre-order and will be released on April 23.

I do not think I need to be held accountable for the wrongings of my ancestors. I think that each generation is responsible for its actions and their repercussions. I contradict blame or penalty for occasions that took place centuries earlier.

Major political and social phenomena do not emerge completely armored and all set for battle, like Athena from Zeus’s head. They have compelling motivations that drive them and gestate for several years before they can enter being– they also have powerful interests that they serve. I believe that many of the basic trends in anti-white politics and rhetoric serve a common ideological purpose. That purpose is to produce an intellectual and cultural environment to validate the expropriation of land, property, and other wealth from whites while setting up a long-term program of anti-white work and legal discrimination.

While this declaration may appear alarming, this takeover is already ongoing. It is mostly still on the margins of our popular politics. Still, like so numerous other leftist political motions of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, what was minimal will quickly become mainstream.

It is not being suggested that most people involved in these movements intentionally aim for direct expropriation. Similar to efficient political techniques, anti-whiteness can have both an outer and inner significance– a particular inner group that understands the ultimate objective, even if they may not always openly acknowledge it, and a broader, more varied, and less educated external group that believes they are promoting for “justice” by challenging “white benefit.”

Certain individuals and groups are striving to advance their interests and get impact at the cost of white people, however they are not doing so through a collaborated conspiracy. Instead, there is a collective effort within the political sphere to discredit white individuals and reframe the narrative of American history in a way that depicts them as the oppressors, consequently validating the redistribution of wealth and resources to marginalized communities. This process is not driven by a combined anti-white program but rather by a desire to address the historical oppressions and inequalities that have been perpetuated versus people of color.

The social phenomenon of expropriation is, obviously, not distinct to American whites. The forced expropriations of the Chinese in Indonesia, Jews in Nazi Germany, Tutsis in Rwanda, and Indians in Uganda are simply a few of the many current historic examples where this has actually occurred. I do not suggest that violence on the scale that we experienced in these countries is the most likely outcome in the United States. (For one thing, even in a white-minority America, white numbers will be much bigger, and there will be no dominant group to oppress them.) On the other hand, for those who have eyes to see it, a lot of interracial violence of which whites are disproportionately and increasingly victimized has an obvious or hardly concealed undertone of racial revenge.

Sadly, there is a long custom worldwide of economically and socially effective. However, politically less effective groups are being expropriated by politically more powerful but financially and socially less successful groups. Multiethnic democracies in which political power is identified by the number of individuals you can get out to vote and in which most citizens are members of plainly definable groups, are particularly at risk. And this is not a remote long-term risk however a contemporary and instant one.

According to the Census Bureau, by 2045, whites will be a minority in America, and minorities will be disproportionately older and less active in society. Currently, the median age for white Americans is 43.7, compared to 37.5 for Asian Americans, 34.6 for African Americans, 29.8 for Hispanics, and 20.9 for multiracial Americans.

In the meantime, appeals to expropriation usually are indirect. However with time, these appeals will become more direct and need less validation as the political power of white Americans continues to decrease.

Reparations

While calls for reparations likewise sounded absurd when Ta-Nehisi Coates proposed them in 2014 in an article in The Atlantic, a decade later on, they are significantly near reality. It is not a coincidence that the preliminary push for reparations came not from previous slave states (which have big black populations but are typically run by mostly white GOP bulks) but from states and regions where whites have minimized political power or where those whites who exist are on the far Left. Evanston, Illinois (home of Northwestern University), carried out one of the first reparations strategies, followed by propositions from San Francisco and California.

This confiscation will persist for many years and will depend on the federal government and public organizations of America, which were mainly developed and moneyed by multiple generations of white Americans, as its driving force. Universities, established over many years with substantial financial contributions from white and conservative benefactors, have actually currently been taken control of and transformed into systems for redistributing racial wealth and status, as well as promoting anti-white beliefs. The overall worth of American university endowments is quickly approaching $1 trillion. A number of these wealth transfers will be masked as support for the underprivileged, though their racial undertones will be indicated and sometimes explicit.

In the modern era, trillions of dollars of “reparations” have actually been paid in the name of welfare programs, set-asides, quotas, affirmative action, and other programs, much of which has actually gone to individuals (African immigrants, Latinos, etc) who are not even distantly descended from those harmed. Black immigrants and their descendants now represent nearly one-fifth (and rapidly rising) of the U.S. black population. Vice President Kamala Harris is one of these, descended from a Jamaican immigrant who was a economics teacher at Stanford. President Obama was descended from an African immigrant who repatriated to Kenya after earning a degree at Harvard. Most young adults in Africa want to emigrate, with the United States being the dream location. Somebody forgot to tell all these immigrants– and those who are desperate to cross the border every day– that the United States is a hellhole of systemic bigotry that victimizes them.

In spite of opposition, the reparations motion continues to advance. California and San Francisco’s ventures function as models for how feeble the reasonings for reparations really are. These are states and cities that never ever practiced slavery, and slavery was eliminated over 160 years ago, long before anybody alive today was born. There are no descendants of former American servants alive today, and even the last grandchildren of former slaves are passing away. In an ironic twist, the last known living child of an American born into slavery expressed his father’s love and admiration for their country before he passed. He recalled that his father, who had little else, loved America deeply and didn’t tolerate negative talk about it. This man’s perspective serves as a reminder of the importance of understanding history.

Reparations are not based on logic or perspective. The reparations committee in California suggested that Black Californians should receive $350,000 each, with San Francisco proposing up to $5 million along with other benefits. Despite criticisms of San Francisco, its influence extends beyond the city itself, as the Bay Area holds significant cultural, financial, and technological power in our current society. Over the years, movements originating in San Francisco have transitioned from being seen as fringe to becoming mainstream, as seen with the legalization of same-sex marriage in San Francisco in 2004 and later nationwide in 2015 by the Supreme Court in Obergefell v. Hodges.

Reparations are based on the idea that the United States is obligated to pay individuals based on their skin color or their ancestors’ experiences, which some view as unreasonable. Examples like the success of Jews and Asian Americans in the country challenge this notion, as both groups have faced historical discrimination but have achieved significant success. Criticisms of the concept of reparations include concerns about the complexity of history, the challenge of defining victim and perpetrator groups, and the potential for unintended consequences if pursued.