It’s Time to Talk About Racism and the Coronavirus: It’s AIDS for Black People

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
April 8, 2020

We need a conversation about racial oppression dynamics in America, due to the legacy of slavery and the Holocaust, and how that is affecting the disproportionate impact of Coronavirus on communities of color.

This is basically AIDS for black people.

That’s according to Anthony Fauci, the totally serious and reliable White House Coronavirus Task Force Leader.

“I couldn’t help sitting there reflecting about sometimes when you’re in the middle of a crisis, like we are now with the coronavirus, it really does… ultimately shine a very bright light on some of the real weaknesses and foibles in our society,” Fauci revealed Tuesday at a White House press conference.

Fauci, who has served as director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since 1984, said: “As some of you know, the greater proportion of my professional career has been defined by HIV/AIDS.

“And if you go back then during that period of time when there was extraordinary stigma particularly against the gay community.

“And it was only when the world realized how the gay community responded to this outbreak with incredible courage and dignity and strength and activism —I think that really changed some of the stigma against the gay community. Very much so.”

At this point, everyone began to feel uncomfortable.

Fauci continued: “I see a similarity here because health disparities have always existed for the African-American community.

“Here again with the crisis, how it’s shining a bright light on how unacceptable that is because, yet again, when you have a situation like the coronavirus they are suffering disproportionately.

“As Dr. Birx said correctly, it’s not that they are getting infected more often, it’s that when they do get infected their underlying medical conditions — the diabetes, hypertension, the obesity, the asthma — those are the kind of things that wind them up in the ICU and ultimately give him a higher death rate.

“When all this is over and, as we said, it will end, we will get over coronavirus, but there will still be health disparities which we really do need to address in the African American community.”

Listening to the weird small man, I was almost shocked. I don’t even know if you’re allowed to say that. It seems like calling the Coronavirus “AIDS for black people” must not be politically correct, somehow. It sends up all of my “oh shit you can’t say that” flags.

But he done said it and the media is calling him a hero for saying it.

The reason the gay community was impacted by AIDS was that they were having anal sex with 50 people in one night, every night, while doing all kinds of different drugs. You can see it in this film documentary called “The Gift.”

Just like with gays and AIDS, there is no reason to wonder why blacks are disproportionately affected by the flu. It is because they are significantly more likely than whites to be morbidly obese.

Blacks also of course have the hypertension and diabetes that goes along with obesity.

I guess on that level, it is similar to gays and AIDS, given that getting the disease is the result of a behavior pattern in a specific group.

However, all of this is simply to distract from the fact that there is no pandemic, and black people are not dying from the flu in higher numbers this year compared to any other year. In fact, we have this conversation about “disproportional racial effects” of the flu every year. This is typically blamed on them not taking the vaccine, but in 2009 with the swine flu, where they admitted the vaccine didn’t work anyway, they said it was based on “socioeconomic factors.”

So basically, Fauci is in damage control mode, and just looking for any reason to talk about something that makes anyone think this Coronavirus flu did something extraordinary, when in fact it only did what anyone would expect the flu to do. By bringing up the ostensibly emotional issues of AIDS, gay people and black people, he’s trying to trigger people into continuing to take his absurd hoax seriously.

Fauci is going to be blamed for destroying the economy with his insane graphs about how millions of people were going to die. With the infection rate, hospitalizations and deaths already on a severe downturn, he’s just throwing the kitchen sink.

AOC likes this narrative, and has called for racial reparations for colored people because of this alleged disproportion.

The problem is that when the hell that is coming down on us comes down on us, all of this bullshit about racism is going to go by the wayside. This “anti-racist” nonsense is a luxury of a decadent society, where there is no concept of want, and so people can indulge in abstract moral grandstanding as a fundamental part of their identity.

When you don’t have a place to sleep or food to eat, you’re not in a position to indulge in socially signaling how you are morally superior because you really, really love black people.

In that sense, these statements by Fauci about racism causing black people to die from this virus is the last hurrah of racism hoaxing. Because the economy has already collapsed. You just don’t know it yet, because you are locked in your house.