White People Aren’t Human

White People Aren’t Human. By Daniel Greenfield.

The Nation of Islam may be the largest racist religion in America. It is certainly the most influential with Louis Farrakhan’s original Million Man March drawing some 400,000 racists and allies of the hate group, including a young Barack Obama, who would later be photographed as a senator with the black supremacist leader at a Congressional Black Caucus event. …

Barack Obama and Louis Farrakhan (right), 2005

Despite a history of violent terrorism by the Nation of Islam and its spinoff groups, its racist theology which believes that white people are subhuman devils who will be killed off, and its antisemitism and conspiracy theories, the hate group is also incredibly culturally influential.

Black Nationalist theology, politics and culture are built on the ideas of the Nation of Islam. …

A summary of the theology of the Nation of Islam:

An evil Jewish mad scientist named Yakub (Jacob) used eugenics to create Europeans, Indians, and Asians from the original black master race after leaving Mecca. …

One of the most fundamental beliefs of the Nation of Islam is that white people aren’t human. … The Nation of Islam literally believes that white people are an illegitimate race of devils created by a mad scientist who are “made by nature a liar and a murderer”.

That belief is no longer confined to the racist hate group. It spilled into what Warnock misleadingly calls, “black theology” and into the foundational texts of what is even more misleadingly called “antiracism”. …

Online antiracist seminars offer white people the ability to “Re-Become Human” by “healing from internalized whiteness”. …

Critical race theory is built around black nationalism. That’s why it explicitly rejects Martin Luther King Jr’s call for brotherhood and instead champions racial separatism and original sin. And black nationalism is just a copy of white nationalism complete with a master race and inferior races. The difference between racism and antiracism is that racists don’t deny they’re racist. …

Critical race theory and Nation of Islam are incompatible with Western civilization:

At stake are irreconcilable questions about hate, equality, and the nature of the society we want.

The old civil rights movement argued that we could achieve equality by letting go of hate.

Black nationalist movements and their leftist allies found hate uplifting and didn’t want equality. The fusion of tribal racial hatred on one side of the partnership and Marxist reductionism on the other birthed a racist movement dedicated to perpetuating racism while calling itself antiracist.

Antiracism offers both black nationalists and white leftists what they want. Black nationalists receive uncritical affirmations of racial superiority and a license to hate, while white leftists are encouraged to dismantle their civilizations from buildings and statues to language and mores, in the name of combating a concept of whiteness that encompasses thousands of years of history. …

A movement whose guiding lights are racial supremacy and racial inferiority is not going to stop being racist, even if you pack it with academic jargon and then make sure to put “anti” in front of the “racism”. The only way to pass off antiracism as anything other than racist is by redefining racism. …

Declaring white people to be less than human because they’re racist isn’t antiracism. It’s still racism. …

The best evidence of whether an idea is racist is whether spreading it leads to more or less hatred.

Antiracism has made America a lot more racist and racially divided than it was in a long time.

The globalists and their leftist activists are furiously denying all this, but it is obvious to anyone who opens their eyes.

How far will the Biden regime go?

hat-tip Stephen Neil