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New York Times: “You’re HIRED!”
Young white woman says in a video:
Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.
Nobody says Asian neighborhoods need more diversity.
Nobody says Asian churches need more diversity.
If a black woman wants to date inside her race, that’s acceptable.
Throughout elementary school, junior high, high school, and college, I was told that my race, the white race, was the cause of all the world’s problems.
West Virginia Attorney General: “You’re FIRED!
So why are you HIRED if you TRASH whites, but FIRED if you DEFEND whites?
The reason of course is anti-whites’ program of White Genocide.
Getting fired or getting hired depends on whether you’re an anti-white who supports White Genocide (HIRED!) or a pro-white who opposes White Genocide (FIRED!).
If West Virginia’s Attorney General hadn’t fired that young lady, he would have to run in the next election as “literally Hitler.” Anti-whites destroy any public figure who doesn’t support White Genocide.
Anti-whites organize and advocate for White Genocide without being dismissed from their jobs, whereas pro-whites who oppose White Genocide are fired from their jobs if they organize and advocate!
Anti-whites have pro-whites nicely sewn up, but the stitches are beginning to pull apart as the supporters of White Genocide push their anti-whitism more and more into public view.
Diversity is a code word for White Genocide
Be a Stop White Genocide “Repeater Rifle”!
I don’t really care what trash talk Jeong or other anti-whites do, I just want pro-whites to be allowed the same free speech that anti-whites are allowed instead of our being steadily deplatformed. As long as this war remains mercifully a war of words, we need to be fighting FOR free speech, never against it!
The “veil of irony” that some of these media anti-whites operate behind is so thin it’s transparent — they’re clearly savoring White Genocide:
PBS Host Lindsay Ellis: ‘I Get Really Excited About White Genocide’ — Big League Politics
Congressman Mullin challenges Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on double standard concerning a Jeong tweet: