Thursday, 27 August 2015

Note the striking contrast in Establishment responses to the Charleston church massacre and the recent on-air shooting in Roanoke by negro gunman Vester Lee Flanagan. After Charleston, the establishment consensus was the impure thoughts of Europeans, "racism", had to be repressed even more fiercely than before. Confederate flags, supposedly symbols of this impurity, had to be taken down. But after Roanoke, apparently the only lesson to be learned is that Americans need to have their guns taken away from them. Nothing about how the anti-racist, Blame Whitey narrative clearly dominated the mind of this deranged negro and inspired his actions. His anti-white racial obsessions have barely been mentioned by the British press. Yet, in the manifesto he sent to ABC, he was clear about his "race war" motivations.

“Why did I do it? I put down a deposit for a gun on 6/19/15. The Church shooting in Charleston happened on 6/17/15…”
“What sent me over the top was the church shooting. And my hollow point bullets have the victims’ initials on them."
It is unclear whose initials he is referring to. He continues, “As for Dylann Roof? You (deleted)! You want a race war (deleted)? BRING IT THEN YOU WHITE …(deleted)!!!” He said Jehovah spoke to him, telling him to act.

Many companies now have formal or informal diversity quotas that see inadequate brown people elevated to positions that exceed their competence level. Usually the burden of their poor performance is borne silently by their harried colleagues. If they dare to speak up, they know they risk having their careers destroyed when the brown person (inevitably) plays the race card against them. Accusations of racism have become an instrument of anti-European tyranny. The brown people are so stoked up with the anti-European hate narrative fostered by non-European ethnic agitators together with self-hating Europeans that many of them are powder kegs waiting to go off.  And they will be a majority in many of our countries a few decades from now. Are we expected to believe that, once they have power over us and our descendants, they will abandon their animosities and be as magnanimous to us as we were to them? Making that assumption is a reckless historical gamble, one we have no right to make on behalf of future generations.


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