A few years ago when we were working hard to force the term “anti-white” into the mainstream, one of our BUGSer group often ended his comments on another site with this:
Recently a TV personality being interviewed by another interrupted himself to say,
“I’m not being racist, am I?”
It will be a better world when a TV personality interrupts himself to say,
“I’m not being anti-white, am I?”
I wondered if I would live long enough to see that.
But now, just a few years later, we have Prof Ted Thornhill of Florida Gulf Coast University defending his course “White Racism” that he’ll begin teaching next month, saying,
(Lol at that whopper!*)
An anti-white expressing public concern that his anti-white behavior might appear anti-white is pretty close to what I thought I might never see.
We made that happen, folks, by hammering the term “anti-white” over and over in the mainstream to force it’s usage there.
Now we’re also hammering the memes,
White self-hatred is SICK!!!
“Diversity” means chasing down whites**
We’ll hammer them over and over in the mainstream just like we did “anti-white” and “White Genocide,” until we see News articles with titles like,
“Professor insists ‘White Racism’ course ‘does not teach whites to hate themselves'”
“Resettlement director insists that moving Somalis into Whitesburg ‘is not chasing down whites’”
Sound absurd? Seven or eight years ago, when we seriously started hammering “anti-white” and “White Genocide” into the mainstream, imagining an anti-white using the term “anti-white” seemed absurd too.
And the game is moving a whole lot faster now!
Let’s end on a chuckle offered by Prof Thornhill:
“However, all people racialized as white derive, in some measure, material and psychological benefits by virtue of being racialized as white.”
“’Racialized’ as white”?! 🙂 On a hunch, I googled “genderized as male,” but apparently mommy professors and other sophomores haven’t received the memo yet to use that one.
Wait for it.
In the meantime, Merry Christmas, everyone! 🎄
Some readers may wonder why we are so pleased when our memes begin to take hold in the mainstream, considering that they’re being used mostly in contexts that are still anti-white.
The two links in the block quote above explain that a bit, and further explanation will appear in “March of the Stop White Genocide memes! (part II)” 🙂
The explanation is, briefly, that the March has only begun. We’re happy that it’s now accelerating.
* His course “White Racism” could conceivably not be anti-white only if there were also courses titled “Black Racism,” “Hispanic Racism,” etc.; or courses that offered critical analysis of the behavior of other races in any way at all that didn’t place all blame on “white racism.” But of course there aren’t. His course exists to condition white students to accept White Genocide.