Imagine this discussion between anti-whites in 1950:
|First anti-white in 1950:
“I say we should start repeating this new word ‘racist’ everywhere we can, until every white person has not only heard that word but is using it. When that word has become part of every white person’s vocabulary, it will have become our hammer to beat whites down with!”
Second anti-white in 1950:
“Bah! White people will just laugh at that word when they hear it! Can you imagine any white person you know not laughing at that word when they hear it?”
First anti-white in 1950:
“No, but how about after they’ve heard it a thousand times?”
In a nutshell, that’s why we repeat, repeat, repeat the terms “anti-white” and “White Genocide,” and our other Stop White Genocide memes.
These two brief articles taken together pretty much sum it up:
Our hammering the term “anti-white” into the mainstream has created a category that did not exist in the national discussion before, nor even very much in people’s minds, “policies and persons injurious to whites.” The term “anti-white” has now pretty much passed through it’s brief period of being a joke, and is beginning to be used in the mainstream seriously, as by Prof Thornhill at that second link when he says, “My White Racism course is not anti-white.” The term “White Genocide” maybe is still more in the being-made-fun-of stage, but check back in a few years.
Once that stubborn relative of yours is already using the term “Anti-White” because he’s heard it a thousand times, you’ll find him easier to talk to. When Whites view the world through the lens of “Anti-White” and “White Genocide,” instead of through the lens of the r-word, it will be a new world for whites.
[This article was originally posted on another site by our commenter White GeNOcide]
An excellent article on the term “anti-white:”