No one seems to be able to explain what “white supremacy” is. I’m listed as the top white supremacist, and I don’t know what it means.
If you try to dissect it, it appears to mean “white people who live in white countries and want to be left alone.” That is to say, it means “normal white people.”
If it means “The Proud Boys,” then it doesn’t even mean white people, it just means anyone who dares to question Antifa taking over all of our cities.
If you’re a normal white person, or maybe a nonwhite person who doesn’t hate white people, Justin Trudeau wants you to know that he won’t rest until you’re made to suffer.
U.S. President Donald Trump refused to condemn white supremacy during his debate against former U.S. vice-president Joe Biden on Tuesday.
Now, Canada’s political leaders are all speaking out against the issue of white supremacy — one that many acknowledged is present in Canada too.
“The Prime Minister has condemned and will continue to condemn right-wing extremism, white supremacy and racism in all its forms,” read a statement from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office, sent to CTVNews.ca Wednesday.
“In Canada, we’re not immune to extremism that not only divides our communities, but threatens the safety of Canadians.”
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole echoed the clear condemnation of white supremacy.
“I categorically condemn white supremacy and all forms of hate. In the military, I served all Canadians. Now as Leader, I continue to serve all Canadians,” he said in a statement sent to CTVNews.ca.
“Hatred, including white supremacy, has no place in Canada.”
The comments come in sharp contrast to the ones Trump made during Tuesday’s debate.
During the debate, Trump was asked whether he condemns white supremacist groups and the violence they participated in during summer protests. He refused to do so, opting instead to brand it solely a “left-wing” problem and even telling one far-right hate group to “stand back and stand by.”
It’s almost too much that they categorize Proud Boys as a “far-right hate group.”
I just can’t really even process what it means.
The Jewish activism group “Southern Poverty Law Center” (SPLC) has been using this definition for a while, but they also categorize all Christians as “far-right hate groups,” so they’re working with a definition that plainly just means that all normal people are evil, and that the only solution to this evil is to replace the populations of white countries with nonwhites.
For the media and for governments to embrace this SPLC definition is wild, because it means it’s only a matter of time before the media and government begin denouncing Christianity itself as evil “white supremacy.”
I wish that someone would have read that “first they came for” poem and taken it seriously.
Normal cuckolded conservatives are going to wish they’d stood up and fought back.
Because they’re coming for you next.