By Hunter Wallace
Jose Antonio Vargas, who is best known as the homosexual illegal alien posterboy for “comprehensive immigration reform,” has teamed up with MTV to produce a new anti-White documentary about “white privilege” in America.
“White People” will investigate “what it really means to be white in our country and why it matters.” The documentary will explore the preposterous idea of “white privilege.” In a country that is allegedly based on “white privilege” and “institutional racism,” one must wonder why the United States has a black president, why the Supreme Court recently shot down the Christian definition of marriage, why the Confederate Battle Flag is being lowered by an Indian governor in South Carolina, or why Vargas himself hasn’t been deported and won the Pulitzer Prize by writing for elite newspapers like The Washington Post and The New York Times.
As we move further into the 21st century, racial tension is growing in the United States. There has been an increase in clamor against the Confederate Battle Flag, against the Christian religion, against law enforcement officers, and especially against White people who are now indicted solely on the basis of skin color. Although White people have never played less of a role in guiding the affairs of the United States than they do today, whiteness itself is under siege in a chilling, anti-White media atmosphere.
Who will stand up and say a kind word about White people? Certainly not the Republican Party, but the Council of Conservative Citizens will continue to do so, as we have done for decades now. Join us.