In a widely praised speech yesterday that even the Young Turks loved, former president George W. Bush said,
“To renew our country, we only need to remember our values.”
And what threatens American values?
President Bush answers that question using the trickster words designed by anti-white illusionists to divert our eyes from White Genocide:
“Bigotry seems emboldened…dehumanization…nativism…white supremacy…prejudice…”
Today’s entire spectrum of anti-white commentators are delighted with the former president’s speech, which also includes the following:
“Parts of Europe have developed an identity crisis….anger about immigration, resurgent ethno-nationalism,..
“We’ve…forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America.
“Our security and prosperity are only found in wise, sustained, global engagement…In serving as a shining hope for refugees…
“…bigotry or white supremacy in any form is blasphemy against the American creed.
President Bush ends his speech with these statements:
“The American spirit does not say, “We shall manage,” or “We shall make the best of it.” It says, “We shall overcome.” And that is exactly what we will do, with the help of God and one another.”
It was George Washington who said “We shall overcome,” right? Oh, it was Martin Luther King, Jr.? Beg pardon, I often get the two confused.
Martin Luther King, Jr. may rightfully be admired for being an effective and brave leader of his people. But for a former president of the U.S. to end a major speech in the era of White Genocide with a refrain that celebrates what MLK, Jr helped set in motion for whites today is extremely twisted.
White self-hatred is SICK!!!
Oh, but you can’t attack a Republican because they’re all pro-White, right? B.S.