“White Supremacy”

A post of mine from the SPLC’s Hatewatch blog:

Jonathan, the term “White Supremacy” or Supremacist was invented by the Jews as a form of pejoratived degratory epithet to describe those White “racist” gentiles. Many true White racialists already know this, many of them may find it to be offensive. Because White Supremacy or Supremacists is infact, a form of vitriolic mockery. Others may have a different view.

“Racism” was invented as a perjorative term to describe racial theory in the 1920s. It was first used in the U.S. in an anti-fascist handbook in the 1930s. “White supremacy” dates back to the nineteenth century and was commonly used by Southerners in the Redemption movement who fought to control states with black majorities like South Carolina, Mississippi and Florida.

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8 Comments

  1. Pfft, why do you care what the SPLC thinks? Do you really think they are interested in an honest debate on these issues? They know damn well what they are doing when they use that terminology… and it has paid off quite nicely for them.

  2. I was responding to a commentator there. The topic interested me because I was reading two books about Reconstruction at the time.

  3. I hope you’ve read Robert John’s fascinating essay: “Ethnocentrism, Ethnopreference, Xenophobia: Peace in Race Relations—A New Understanding”

    Racism – the belief in or practice of the subjugation of one race by another – is a definition that reduces sociopolitical confusion.
    Trotsky first used the word in French (racisme) in 1922. I was told that by Daniel Patrick Moynihan in June 1976, when he was U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Organization. Moynihan had invited me to the mission to discuss the civil war in Lebanon. He had a copy of my book, The Palestine Diary, in his hand with a finger marking his place as I came into his office. But the first thing he told me was that he had just “telephoned the Oxford Dictionary” to ask the origin of the word “racism.” He was told to wait while they fetched the person who looked after “R.” That person said it was Trotsky, writing in French, who was the author of the word. The word “racism” is misused, and is very often confused with ethnocentrism.

    http://theoccidentalquarterly.com/archives/vol7no2/TOQV7N2John.pdf

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