Where Are All the White Supremacists? By Jim Goad.
I woke up this morning, sneezed, and then suddenly every white person in the world was a “white supremacist.”
And if they try to deny it, well, that only means they are white supremacists who lie about it. …
For about a quarter-century, I’ve been accused of being a “white supremacist” for no other apparent reason than the fact that I don’t apologize for my skin color and don’t feel one sliver of guilt for history. I’ve never felt the need to say that white people are the best on Earth, but this isn’t what gets me labeled a white supremacist — it’s my refusal to say they’re the worst group on Earth. …
Wikipedia defines “white supremacy” thusly: “a racist ideology based upon the belief that white people are superior in many ways to people of other races and that therefore white people should be dominant over other races.”
Of all the alleged “white supremacists” I’ve known … I’d estimate that only a slim quotient has even gone so far as to say that whites are superior to all others. And I can’t recall a single one of them ever saying that “white people should have control over people of other races.” At most, they just want to get the hell away from other races. Those would accurately be termed “white separatists” or “white nationalists.”
But the modern media/government/banking complex doesn’t seem to care about accuracy nearly as much as they enjoy hunting white witches. These days, being called a “white supremacist” is only different from being called a witch in that they don’t even bother dunking you in the river before declaring you guilty. …
And why is the word “supremacist” used almost entirely to smear white-identity groups and no others? A quick Google search yielded the following:
“white supremacist”…9,680,000 results
“jewish supremacist”…192,000 results
“black supremacist”…110,000 results
“asian supremacist”…2,670 results
Pardon me for noticing, but the term “God’s chosen people” is one of the most baldly supremacist notions ever concocted. It takes supremacy all the way up to the cosmic plane. And at least over the past generation, I’ve witnessed far more Jewish, black, and Asian people than whites claiming to be members of the master race. For the most part, all these alleged “white supremacists” are simply sick of the constant defamation.
It’s almost as if the people who lob the term “white supremacist” with impunity are either painfully stupid or deeply malicious. And despite the relentless gaslighting, one needn’t be a paranoid schizophrenic to suspect there’s an explicitly anti-white agenda underlying it all. Then again, even insinuating that anything could possibly be “anti-white” automatically gets you labeled a white supremacist. …
Perhaps the most egregious example of this new White Scare happened in Boston the weekend before last. A “Boston Free Speech Rally” that attracted a few dozen attendees who bent over backwards and grabbed their ankles trying to distance themselves from “racism” and “white supremacy” were met with a crowd of 40,000 fanatics screaming about “Nazis.” A Boston Globe reporter recalls the tragic question a counter-protester asked him:
Excuse me, where are the white supremacists?
They’re all in your propaganda-addled brain, you fool. And they’re hiding under your bed as you sleep.