December 12, 2019
We were kings.
There have been several studies showing these same attitudes: a majority of white people are aware that they are being actively discriminated against on a systematic scale. This most recent study broke it into Republicans and Democrats, but a 2017 study showed that 55% of all whites reported having been discriminated against because of their race.
Despite the fact that a majority of white people believe this, somehow there is not a single politician who is willing to say it.
Just imagine all of the insane far-left rhetoric that Democrats will spew. Much of it borders on actual calls for communism.
But not one singular Republican will say that white people are being discriminated against.
Not even Donald Trump has said it. He didn’t even say it during the campaign. And when he approached the affirmative action problem, he said that it was Asians being discriminated against. Of course, Asians are being discriminated against, but not nearly on the same scale as white people. There are a lot more white people in this country than there are Asians.
You have to wonder how it is possible that an issue that would gain so much popularity remains unmentionable.
It’s almost like it’s some kind of conspiracy.
Researchers have punctured right-wing claims that a wave of “racism against white people” has coincided with efforts to prevent discrimination against blacks.
A study published in Nature Human Behaviour compared perceptions of racial discrimination in “societies that supposedly favour non-white people” and found that white people consistently experienced far less discrimination than black people, despite the influence of far-right groups and increasingly polarised political views that have argued civil rights progress has eliminated rights for others.
Authors compared perceptions of racial discrimination with actual reported discrimination experiences throughout the US to determine the veracity of those claims. Overall, they discovered that respondents “do not express zero-sum discrimination beliefs”.
A belief in “reverse racism” is largely relative to one’s race and political position, the report says.
The report found that black respondents and Democrats “perceived that black people face much more discrimination than white people” while “white respondents and Republicans perceived a smaller discrimination gap between black and white people, relative to reported discrimination experiences”.
Gordon Hodson and Megan Earle from Canada’s Brock University Department of Psychology concluded that civil rights improvements “do not seem to coincide with disadvantages for white people”.
Far-right populism and fascist movements in the US and Europe, as well as the election of Donald Trump, relied on “themes of white loss and perceived anti-white discrimination”, the authors told Newsweek.
But because marginalised people are less likely to report acts of discrimination against them, the gap between the right’s perception of discrimination against people of colour and actual rates of discrimination is likely wider than what was recorded, according to the authors.
Note that they don’t cite data to back up the claim that colored people are less likely than white people to report acts of discrimination against them. That is because there isn’t any data to support that, it is just a baseless assertion. What’s more, it is obviously false.
White people, more or less in their entirety, are scared to death of being called “racist,” as they’ve been systematically programmed to believe that racism is the ultimate form of evil – and no one wants to be evil. And obviously – obviously – if a white person is being discriminated against because of their race, and they speak out against it, they will then be accused of being racists.
Meanwhile, colored people accuse people of racism whenever they have any kind of interaction that they do not like with a white person.
I have literally been in Walmart and seen black people accuse a white woman at the checkout counter of racism for allegedly not giving them the discount they thought they deserved. They actually made the claim that the poor old woman scanning their items was charging them extra money because she hated the color of their skin.
We all have such stories. It happens all the time.
Have you ever once in your life seen a white person call out discrimination against them? I did it myself once, when I spent six months at a black school and the black teacher was harassing me while saying nothing to the black boys who were literally flashing guns and bags of crack openly in the classroom. But I have never seen another person do it.
The only time a white person will talk about anti-white discrimination is in the abstract form, such as by answering a poll which asks “are white people discriminated against?”
So the statement that “marginalized people are less likely to report acts of discrimination against them” is possibly one of the most brazen lies I have ever heard in my entire life. Not even exaggerating.
It is worse than the Jews claiming they were masturbated to death by the Nazis.
But we never gave in, not really; there was that one time just before liberation but other than that we were strong. We would see the boys they put on those masturbating machines just drop, just die, right there in front of us. The absolute cruelty was beyond our belief.
–Stolen Soul: A True Story of Courage and Survival, Bernard Holstein, 2004
I think the idea of machines designed to masturbate people to death is insane, and it seems incredibly unlikely that the Germans designed, built and used such machines to murder Jews.
However, I was not there. I cannot tell you as an absolute certainty that no Jew was masturbated to death using a homicidal masturbation machine during World War II.
What I can tell you is that I have seen black people whine like little babies about people being racist against them, throughout my entire life. And I have seen white people be viciously abused by black people, and never once have I seen them call out the fact that they were being abused because of their race.
We all know this is happening, and we are all sick of it, and the population is ready to support a political agenda that is openly and explicitly pro-white in orientation.
The only problem that the current dissident right has is presenting itself in a way that is palatable to the people. We would gain vast support if we simply behaved in a way which was not repulsive to normal people.
I’ve been saying this for years.
Finally, people are starting to listen.
— Catholic Groyper (Plan Truster) 🇺🇸 ✝️ (@catholic_goy) December 10, 2019