There Is No War On White People Mr. Page
August 12, 2014

There is no war on white people. There is no war on women. There is no war on poverty. There are no wars on smoking, trans fats or fur trapping. The use of the word "war," Mr. Page, is called a "figure of speech." I'm white, but I've never seen any tanks rumbling up my little street in my mostly white little town. I am not frightened by the sound of a helicopter. I can fearlessly go outside at any time of day. If it's 3 in the morning and I can't sleep, I can go for a walk. A cop might pull up and ask, "Are you OK?," which is cop talk (in my town) for what the heck are you doing walking around at 3 a.m., but I say I'm fine and he's on his way.

Figuratively speaking, of course, there is a war against white people. It is a deliberate, concerted, intense, long-term effort to reduce the white population of the U.S.A. to a relatively powerless minority. If you are new to that idea, if you are inclined to scoff at it, read the Clarence Page article: There is no 'war on whites' (The Detroit News, August 12, 2014, p. 12A). I've parsed the living heck out of articles like this so often, it isn't fun anymore. It's better if you do the exercise. Read it carefully, critically. Write down all of the bad logic.

I will comment on some text close to the end of the article. Page quotes "what the GOP's own 'autopsy' concluded after their 2012 presidential nominee Mitt Romney's disastrous drop-off in Hispanic support." Here is the quote itself:

If Hispanic Americans perceive that a GOP nominee or candidate does not want them in the United States . . . they will not pay attention to our next sentence. It does not matter what we say about education, jobs or the economy. If Hispanics think we do not want them here, they will close their ears to our policies.
Actually, it was the drop off in white support that doomed the Romney campaign. But you have to savor the absurdity of the main quote. It basically says, if Republican candidates do not cater to people who should not be voting because they are not legally citizens of the U.S.A., then those people who should not be voting will not vote Republican. It is amazing how many powerful Republican politicians seem to believe that hogwash which is repeated over and over and over again as part of a propaganda campaign which is a key part of the overall war (figuratively speaking) on white people.

And so some Republicans, some of them fools, some of them traitors, end up supporting policies that weaken the current white majority, and thus the Republican Party itself.


Here is some recent commentary on the "war on white people" issue:

GOPer Stands by 'War on Whites': It's Acceptable to Discriminate Against Whites Now by Josh Feldman, Mediaite, August 5, 2014.

Mo Brooks Is Right: There Is a War on Whites (video) by Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, Aug 8, 2014.

Mo Brooks: Democrats Waging A "War On Whites" -- Righteous Right "No. No. No" by James Fulford,, August 4, 2014.

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