August 27, 2015
As media Jews like Evan Osnos are claiming that “White supremacists” live in a state of “unreality” because they believe White people should be allowed to have countries, the Washington Post is printing headlines like this:
The article entitled “How tens of thousands of migrants could help save Europe” is all about that headline. It is shameless clickbait, but it also the shameless use of the authority of a “respected publication” such as the Washington Post to press a substanceless narrative through empty memes.
The text below the headline comes across as satire. It says that there is a Serbian politician who has advocated filling up lowly populated villages with these “migrants.”
These villages are lowly populated because people have moved to bigger cities, a sociological trend called “urbanization” which has been taking place since the industrial revolution, which the articles author, Ishaan Tharoor, is apparently unfamiliar with.
Of course, because of the opening up of Europe over the last 20 years, many of these Serbians may be relocating to richer countries for work. In other, richer parts of Europe, such as France, there is a process of “deurbanization” happening, as people flee the “diverse vibrancy” of the big city for smaller, ethnically homogeneous towns.
The issue here is, when Tharoor says Moslems will “save Europe” by moving into lowly-populated villages in Serbia, he is implying that lowly-populated villages in Serbia present some type of threat to Europe which requires a savior.
What is the threat posed by Serbian villages being sparsely populated?
Of course, there is no threat and the words of the article have no meaning.
It is all about that headline.
— Andrew Anglin (@stormer9k) August 27, 2015
The impression that it leaves in the mind of those who see it is that someone in authority – after all, Washington Post is a big authoritative newspaper, right? Wide distribution – believes this is a good idea. It is pure ethnic activism on the part of the author, Ishaan Tharoor, who wants – consciously or unconsciously – to see his people take over the West.
It is also ethnic activism on the part of the Washington Post’s Editor, Martin Baron, who is Jewish and thus – consciously or unconsciously – wishes to destroy the White race and views flooding all White nations with brown people as a good way of accomplishing this goal.
The overwhelming majority of Western media is, in fact, a form of Jewish ethnic activism, in the same way that the Daily Stormer is a form of European ethnic activism.
The difference is, we’re honest about it. And we’re also not attempting to commit a genocide.