Anti-whites have stretched their dreary and weary “racist,” “Nazi,” “white supremacist,” “hater,” “bigot,” etc. to their elastic limit and beyond. They now call the president of the United States a “Nazi,” which does more harm to one of their most powerful word-weapons than it does to the president.
Just a few years ago there was no word in mainstream vocabulary for the anti-white policies, persons and actions that are wrecking majority white countries and facilitating White Genocide. There scarcely existed even the concept that there could be things that were injurious to whites. But giving those things their proper name, “anti-white,” is now ushering that category into public discussion and into public consciousness.
Most white Americans haven’t yet heard the term “White Genocide,” and most whites will snort when they do first hear it. But after they’ve become accustomed to it by hearing it a few hundred times, and are looking through its lens at the world that’s browning around them while it batters them with racial insults, the term won’t seem so snort-worthy.
When unrelenting repetition in the mainstream has put white genocide into every white mind and onto every white tongue, and the best that anti-whites can do is call all opposition to white genocide “Nazism” and “white supremacy” (are Tibetans who oppose their genocide in Tibet “Tibetan supremacists”?), which side will have the advantage?
*Pro-whites oppose White Genocide. Anti-whites support White Genocide.