No One is Pointing Out That Trump Suggested Black Americans Should Go Back to Africa

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 15, 2019

Everyone’s favorite smart nigger, New York Times columnist Charles M. Blow, covered the story of Donald Trump tweeting that four nonwhite women need to go back to their own countries.

Charles M. Blow looks like he M. Blows men.

It was simply the same thing that we’ve all heard six million times for the last four years: Donald Trump is an evil racist skin-hater.

This information surprises no one.

What was interesting about this last tweet is that one of the four women he referenced, saying they should go home, was not like the others.

Fascinatingly, he did not point out the obvious.

New York Times:

Those progressive congresswomen are Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna S. Pressley of Massachusetts.

First, the facts: The country Ocasio-Cortez, Tlaib and Pressley “originally came from” is this one. They were born in America. Omar was a refugee from Somalia.

And that is of course a New York Times op-ed, so it is the standard line for the entire media. I don’t think that M. Blow writes these articles, I think he’s M. Blowing some Jew who writes them for him, but that is neither here nor there, save to demonstrate that I feel some jokes are so clever I can make them twice in a row.

The point is that a committee decides on what is published in the New York Times, whoever pens the actual article, and the rest of the media runs with the story. And they decided not to draw a distinction between Ayanna S. Pressley, who is a black American woman descended from slaves, and three immigrants (first generation children of immigrants in two cases, but foreigners).

This fact is absolutely fascinating to me, and I’ve been trying to make sense of it for nearly 24 hours.

Trump slyly introduced a completely new racial narrative here, that he has never used and no president has said since Abraham Lincoln: that black Americans should go back to Africa. You would initially think that they would jump all over that point, and press the fact that Donald Trump is actually even more racist than we thought he was.

The reason they aren’t doing that, as far as I can tell, is that they do not want to give the idea that the black American descendants of slaves are somehow more American than immigrants – something that is simply an obvious fact, no matter how much of a white nationalist you are. I will be the first one to say that we have an actual historical relationship with black people, while we have no such relationship with any of these other monkeys flooding in, and so black people should be thought of and dealt with differently.

But the drive now is to basically say that all people are Americans.

Omar herself recently used the term “undocumented Americans” to refer to illegal aliens, some of whom have just arrived today.

So the definition of an “American” is simply “a person who physically occupies American territory.”

Pointing out that saying the descendants of slaves should be forced to return to Africa is much different than saying an Islamic immigrant who’s been here for 20 years should go back to where they’re from undermines the narrative that anyone who is here is automatically a member of our nation. The only people who are uniquely different and capable of being justifiably excluded are the white Americans who founded this country.

M. Blow says this in so many words:

But, this is the most important fact: They aren’t white, and they are women. They are “other” in the framing of the white nationalists. They are descendants of Africa, the Middle East and Latin America.

The central framing of this kind of thinking is that this is a white country, founded and built by white men, and destined to be maintained as a white country. For anyone to be accepted as truly American they must assimilate and acquiesce to that narrative, to bow to that heritage and bend to those customs.

It sees a country from which black and brown people come as deficient — “a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world” — because, at its base, it sees black and brown people as deficient.

Challenging America to own its sins and live up to its ideals isn’t a vicious attack, it’s an act of patriotism. As James Baldwin once put it, “I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually.”

And, who better to lead the charge than four women who represent the future face of America.

The idea is to completely and totally replace white people in this country, and blacks were used as the excuse to do that.

Blacks were a solid and stable 13% of the population, always. And they remain that now. And back during slavery and then Jim Crow, we didn’t have very many problems with these people. But then they were “liberated,” and just after that, the Jews started pushing for mass nonwhite immigration – and a big part of the justification was “America has never been a white country, look at all these black people here.”

So the media is very purposefully not pointing out this very interesting fact about the Trump tweets, which are now getting nonstop news coverage and probably will for a few more days.