Trump never mentions the group that elected him: whites.
Maybe because he dreams that universal love for Trump will hold the country together, or he hopes at least to stay in office, Trump has bowed to the anti-white rule that wags its finger at any direct mention of whites as a group.
Whites are unmentionable.
But whites are also this country’s favorite topic of discussion!
How can that be?
The way it’s done is as plain as a slap in the face, or would be, if not for our having been hypnotized to not notice it.
The transcendent evil of whiteness is hammered into the population all day every day by the constant use of negative code words that are understood to refer to whites and to whites only.
For example, “racism” is the hottest topic of public discussion in the U.S., but any discussion of “racism” is understood to be a discussion about WHITES and WHITES ONLY.
They say they’re anti-racist. What they are is anti-white.
“Anti-racist” is a code word for anti-white
The r-word is used with frequency, vigor and effect only against whites. It provides justification for anti-white laws and policies that carry out White Genocide, and it keeps whites too doped up with self-hatred to oppose White Genocide.
Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white
When a discussion is about “hate,” it’s understood that the discussion is about WHITES.
Anti-whites work hard to confine public reference to whites to negative code words like “racist” and “hate,” and to derogatory terms like “white supremacist” and “white privilege.”
Terms that were once completely neutral, like “white people,” “whites,” or “white folk,” which could potentially be used even today to say positive things about whites, have been retuned by anti-whites to sound slightly boorish at best, and blatantly “racist” at worse. So politicians avoid those terms and no longer make simple statements like:
“I was elected mainly by white folk in my district who want their country to remain majority white and want their grand-children to be white. I intend to represent them.”
That statement uses the word “white” non-disparagingly three times. Treble racism. And since even the word “white” is almost a pejorative itself now, anyone who wants anything to remain white is ipso facto a contemptible “racist” and “hater.”
So in the U.S. today the white race cannot safely be mentioned publicly except to denigrate it, the President of the United States is hated as being a racist champion of whites even though he doesn’t dare even mention whites, and The Sleeping White Titan (#5) is slowly stirring and saying enough of this anti-white genocidal crap!
President Trump, the next time you say, “I love the Mexican people,” please add, “I also love good old American White people.” That will strengthen American whites’ sense of identity, and will cause anti-whites’ hatred of whites to explode into a white-hot fury that will display their white-hating nature to everyone.
But President Trump, you would accomplish so much more if you would just step up your White Genocide game — you retweeted a twitter user with the handle “WhiteGenocideTM,” so why not just say, “I love the Mexican people, but I don’t want them to be used to commit White Genocide in our country.”
The results of saying that should be interesting, Mr. President.
And if you think about it, either statement translates simply as, “It’s okay to be white.” Certainly no one would accuse you of “racism” for saying no more than that.
So readers, what do you think? Can President Trump slow White Genocide more effectively by simply making a positive statement about white people, or should he explicitly alert white people to White Genocide? And what would be the political effects on him of doing either, that might cause him to favor one option over the other?
Let our president know which option you prefer him to immediately take!
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Thanks to Mike Enoch for the observation that opened this article.