The Fire Rises: Mainstream Support for White Student Unions

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 27, 2015

tfw people need this explained to them
tfw people need this explained to them

As we have reported, the overwhelming majority of comments on articles about the rise of White Student Unions have been positive, showing that the population supports the concept.

Now, mainstream publications are coming out in support of the idea.

Eagle News, which is the official student newspaper for Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Florida, ran a piece entitled “Why White Student Unions are OK,” wherein a female student expressed strong support for WSUs.

From it:

Tensions are rising at UT Austin because of a Facebook page that began activity several days ago – UT Austin White Student Union.

Racial tensions seem to only be getting worse because no one will talk, and no one will listen.

Everyone is afraid of not being politically correct, and white people — including myself — are often too afraid to discuss race and often afraid of being seen as racist.

Facebook pages, much like this one, have been created at universities all over the country, including at Princeton, Loyola Chicago and FIU.

According to its Facebook page, FIU’s white student union is “A safe space to support and promote the interests of students of European descent at FIU! We are a minority at FIU (10%), we need a voice!”

According to, 10.2 percent of FIU students are white while 70.4 percent are Hispanic/Latino and 12.9 percent are black/African-American.

Many of the comments to the page accuse the group of racism, while some express support. Many pages showing support are European Student Alliance’s from schools such as Yale and Virginia Commonwealth University.

A huge topic of discussion in the millennials and Generation Z — those born after 1995 — children is political correctness.

One side on the grounds of racism, sexist, homophobic and other offensive mindsets. The other side argues that our generation is becoming too soft, and everyone gets offended by something nowadays.

I can’t and won’t keep silent about this because I need to know one thing: where is this fight going? When will real conversations begin about race begin? When can I be proud of my race and my heritage without making others feel offended or hurt?

Our generation is too worried about hurting each other’s feeling that we have turned every label into something to be afraid of or ashamed of. There is nothing left to be proud of.

What I’m addressing, what I’m calling for, is for the educated and young generations to understand that people of all races and backgrounds could and can be proud of who they are. No one gets to choose where they are born, only how they live.

Political correctness was a term that became actively used in the 1990’s as to not put any group at a disadvantage. It was never meant to be integrated into our society socially.

Things are messy and may get worse before they get better. Intentions may not be the purest behind some of these groups or comments, but we need to see the bigger picture. If one group gets to be proud of their heritage, every group should be.

I’m proud to be of Polish-Irish-Swedish decent. The Irish created color photography and the cure for Leprosy. The Swedes created the pacemaker and the zipper. I’m proud of these things, and so should you. Germans can be proud of creating the computer, and Africans invented mathematics. Together as a civilization we keep moving forward. We would not be where we are today without each other. No one made us enemies, we made each other enemies.

Whites invented a lot more than that, Missy, and you’ve every reason to be proud.

We've done a few worthwhile things.
We’ve done a few worthwhile things.
Though Blacks did invent the most important thing of all.
Though Blacks did invent the most important thing of all.

Another seemingly unlikely outlet coming out in support of this new movement was a Black conservative site called, which published an article entitled “So Black Students Matter, White Students Don’t.”

From it:

White students formed the Illini White Students Union at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and were called racist. Black students across campuses nationwide form Black Lives Matter groups, holding college presidents hostage to obnoxious demands and they’re praised as activists.

The group’s Facebook page stated it was formed to discuss issues affecting whites and “organize against the terrorists, we have been facing from Black Lives Matter activists on campus.”

What’s wrong with that? Many would argue black students have been terrorizing college campuses across the country to get what they want in the name of the Black Lives Matter movement.

The Black Lives Matter movement has gone too far on college campuses. Some black college students are actively looking for opportunities to call any action on campus racist in an effort to get white school presidents fired.

“We recognize the right to free speech and we encourage you to exercise that right when you see examples of racism, discrimination or intimidation on our campus, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Interim Chancellor Barbara Wilson said. But the school asked Facebook to remove the page because it was “disturbing.”

Students behind the white students union said they felt intimidated by Black Lives Matter protestors’ “anti-white rhetoric” on campus. Is free speech only reserved for black students on college campuses? Does white privilege mean white students must suck it up and allow blacks to discriminate against them?

The Washington Post referred to one of the group’s Facebook messages as “provocative” because it urged students to post pictures of black protestors so that they would “know who anti-whites are.”

We’ll be seeing more white students form groups in a backlash to black students getting demands met using tactics of intimidation on college campuses.

Democrats’ endorsement of the Black Lives Matter movement, particularly President Barack Obama, has fueled a perception on college campuses that blacks lives matter more than white lives. Since when did Americans’ right to free speech get limited to the color of a person’s skin?

What black students should be concerned about is dismal college graduation rate for black students. Some 50 years after the Civil Rights Act was passed and affirmative action was born in America, 42% of blacks are graduating college compared to 62% of whites.

Of course, the majority of the media on the topic has been viciously negative, but this simply shows the desperation that the establishment has in trying to shut down what is now an obvious moral necessity.

Meanwhile, the WSU movement has spread all the way to Australia, and is – of course – being condemned by the school authorities, while they also claim that it doesn’t exist.

Hail, Oz bros.
Hail, Oz bros.

ABC Online:

The University of Queensland has condemned a “racist” Facebook page attempting to garner support for a “white student union” on its campus.

The so-called University of Queensland White Student Union page was created this week and purports to be “a safe place to support and promote the interests of domestic students of European descent” at the university.

The first post published on the page contains a rant about the number of international students enrolled with the institution.

“We’re forced to do group work with internationals who can’t speak English. We carry the load and do all the work, while our marks are dragged down,” it says.

“We’re forced to put up with the antisocial behaviour of a particular group of students who treat study spaces as social spaces and constantly attempt to ‘reserve’ public resources, such as computers.”

The university released a statement today distancing itself from the page.

“The University of Queensland is in no way affiliated with the so-called University of Queensland White Student Union Facebook page, and no ‘white student union’ exists at UQ,” the statement read.

Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Joanne Wright said the university prided itself on diversity.

“We thoroughly condemn any attempt to undermine the importance of fostering an equitable society, both on campus and more broadly,” she said.

The page has 27 likes on Facebook, but has responded to the university’s statement, saying it plans to apply to become an official group next year.

“Our group has never claimed to be an ‘official’ club or society but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist,” it said.

“There are numerous student groups that aren’t UQU affiliated but exist nonetheless.

“If we have sufficient support from the student body we will apply to affiliate a White Student Society at UQ in 2016.”

The WSU movement has now popped up on literally hundreds of campuses across the globe (just type “White Student Union” into Google News for the full picture). And all school authorities are condemning it, with the same boring, idiot rhetoric – “this is a recording” – claiming that White people organizing as a group is a form of hatred, while every other race doing so is “diversity.”

Justice, because of slavery hundreds of years ago
Justice, because of slavery hundreds of years ago
Evil, hatred, exclusionary
Evil, hatred, exclusionary

The hypocrisy of the global anti-White movement is now on full display. They are openly telling Whites “you don’t matter, you don’t have the same rights.” To justify this, they claim that we cannot have rights, because before we were born, our ancestors invented everything, and also were maybe mean to brown people in various ways.

Holding us guilty for our ancestors actions – both positive and negative – makes zero sense in the mind of a normal person. Short of killing any White student on campus who dares voice his or her right to organize, the WSU movement is now unstoppable, simply because it is so obvious.

We built this city.
We built this city.