SPLC Whack-Job Tells CNN “Drain the Swamp” is White Supremacy

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 23, 2016

I don’t know if the SPLC’s Ryan Lenz is Jewish or not. He probably is. Most people who work at the SPLC are.

Yesterday, he went on CNN and claimed that Trump’s #DrainTheSwamp meme is white supremacy.

I support this theory.

Daily Caller:

“Drain the swam was a meme, a Twitter hashtag that grew, exploded, really, after Donald Trump came forward with allegations it was a rigged election,” Lenz told “At This Hour” host John Berman. “It was spread specifically — or among the people that were spreading the drain the swamp hashtag were avowed racists, white supremacists who exist on Twitter to harass and demean various ethnic groups.”

“So we have a little bit of a two-sided message here,” Lenz added, oblivious to the audacity of the point he was trying to make. “Yeah, he’s saying stop it, but he’s also, you know, giving a wink-wink, nod-nod to the very people he’s asking to step away from their violence.”

Basically, Lenz is admitting that Jews and other non-whites are swamp people.

I guess.

Anyway, I am happy to see these people calling every normal thing “white supremacy.” The more they say it, the more skewed the mainstream gets with actual white supremacists like us – to the point where normal people will start identifying as white supremacists. Subconsciously at first, of course. But it’s already happening.

And yes, I do support the term “white supremacy.” Genuinely.

There is Chinese supremacy in Shanghai (and our former colonies of Hong Kong and Singapore), Pakistani supremacy in Islamabad, Arab supremacy in Dubai and African supremacy in Lagos. There is absolutely no valid argument for why there shouldn’t be white supremacy in white countries.

Basically, arguing against the term “white supremacy” is just more cucking, and not something that is going to get you anywhere other than the same place that cucking gets anyone which is nowhere. Sure, it is used as a slur, but it is also a technically accurate term for our ideology.

Embrace it and be done with it. It’s a whole lot easier than arguing with these people every time they say it, and you look a lot stronger if you just say “yes, I believe whites should be supreme in white countries” and explain why you believe that than when you squirm on the defensive.