The moment when you realize you joined the wrong movement. pic.twitter.com/DYpmGjIn2k— Joe Leonard ?? (@maelfyn) July 5, 2020
I know what you think of people like us.
I have watched you nearly every day for the past 20 years.
In your view, we are “racists” and “white supremacists.” We are the “Alt-Right.” We are “White Nationalists.” We are “extremists.” We are skeptics and reactionaries wedded to the past. In contrast, you are not a “racist.” You are “mainstream” in America. You are a colorblind Christian conservative. You are one of the good ones. You are a True Believer in the glorious future of “anti-racism.”
When it was hard to speak out in our culture, you didn’t stick up for White people and condemned all of those who did and were willing to pay the price for doing so. It was necessary to condemn “racism” so that America could progress toward the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream of a colorblind society which was the fulfillment of the liberal ideals found in the Declaration of Independence.
An MSNBC guest host says that the 4th of July celebrations represent “independence day for white men” that “makes the shrinking maga voter feel as big as the 60-foot face of a colonizing slave owner.”— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 5, 2020
How is that working out for you now?
What did you trade away in order to be able to sit here in the year 2020 and marvel at the climax of your happy colorblind utopia in which everything is now racism and white supremacy? What was the path that was not taken at that fork in the road at the triumph of the Civil Rights Movement? What if America had remained the overwhelmingly White Christian country that it was in the 1960s?
St Junipero Serra. A Franciscan monk. A man who detested violence.— belize supremacist (@BradEBaker) July 5, 2020
St Serra walked bare foot from San Francisco to Mexico City to defend Native Americans, to request authority to punish Spanish soldiers that were violent towards Natives.
Protesters tear down statue of Spanish missionary and saint Junipero Serra in Capitol Park https://t.co/ssQFxOOEmf— MAGAnificent Seven ?????? (@MAGAnificent_7) July 6, 2020
Americans tore down the statue of Junípero Serra, a Spanish Catholic priest who ‘conquered’ California. Serra was canonised in 2015 by Vatican. All woke guys celebrating this, care to ask the same for such ‘missionary saints’ statues in Goa? pic.twitter.com/sQEB4rPKSh— Shefali Vaidya. (@ShefVaidya) June 20, 2020
Christians at Grace Baptist Church in Troy, NY we’re gathering to worship Sunday when BLM stormed their sanctuary and took over their church.— Benny (@bennyjohnson) July 6, 2020
Violent BLM members stopped the service and assaulted the peaceful Christians verbally and physically.
I can already hear your response.
In spite of all evidence to the contrary, “race doesn’t matter.” Christianity is what matters. Black liberation in the Civil Rights Movement had no unsettling implications for Christians.
America was so irredeemably racist back in the 1960s that it had to be transformed into the post-Christian society that it has become today where a mob of demons can gather on July the 4th to take a blowtorch to a statue of St. Junípero Serra on the grounds of California’s state capitol. If anything like that ever happened in the Jim Crow South, I am unaware of it. The Old South named cities like Columbus, GA and Columbus, MS after Christopher Columbus whose memory is despised in our times.
St. Junípero Serra was a White Christian and that was enough to paint a target on his back like the bullseye you now have on your back.
Take a look at what you lost while fighting “racism”: a country that was good, decent and more righteous and beautiful in every way than the one you have left behind to your children.
Once upon a time in America, a man could get paid a living wage for blue collar work while his wife stayed home and raised a big family. That was the American dream.— Bettie White (@BettieWhite_) July 5, 2020
What is the America dream now? To pay off your college debt by the time you retire? If you even get to retire. pic.twitter.com/xdEMiqvdOp
Once upon a time in America, our people had pride in being American. They were proud of their ancestors achievements. They had a connection to their country and to their neighbors, because their neighbors shared that pride. Which meant social cohesion and high trust communities. pic.twitter.com/J3jTwZu7tX— Bettie White (@BettieWhite_) July 5, 2020
Once upon a time in America, we invented things like the automobile and the lightbulb. We created masterpieces in art and film. We built the world’s greatest cities. Now we are told by those who have only torn things down, that we shouldn’t be proud of that. Screw them. Be proud. pic.twitter.com/s8uMZS53hQ— Bettie White (@BettieWhite_) July 5, 2020
This is the World’s Fair: St. Louis, 1904.— Bettie White (@BettieWhite_) July 5, 2020
Now think of what’s going on in St. Louis today. Look back and be proud of all your ancestors achieved, but also look back and be angry. Never forget all of the good that our people did, but never forget what they took from us either. pic.twitter.com/aYL1eXJP1r
What is sacred in our society?
In the new era of moral clarity in American journalism, there are still some things that are beyond the pale and which cannot be vandalized. There are rules which apply to some people.
Not the Jefferson Memorial:
Not George Washington:
The police in Martinez, California, said that they were seeking 2 white people who were seen vandalizing a Black Lives Matter mural less than an hour after it was painted in front of a courthouse https://t.co/SM30S80zoa— The New York Times (@nytimes) July 6, 2020
Calling racism a “leftist lie,” white vandals target California Black Lives Matter mural https://t.co/MA6nNPjPE1— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) July 6, 2020
Police are looking to identify a white man and white woman who vandalized a city-approved Black Lives Matter mural in Martinez, California, on the Fourth of July. https://t.co/0ZGUtQo5dA— NBC News (@NBCNews) July 5, 2020
Black Lives Matter murals.
This is where the line is being drawn.
In the 1960s, you were persuaded to buy into “anti-racism” and this notion that America was moving toward a colorblind utopia. After the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and the Immigration Act of 1965, America embarked on a monumental project greater than the Egyptians who built the pyramids or the Rapa Nui people who built the stone heads on Easter Island. Virtually every institution in our society was reconstructed to promote anti-racism.
Just as the Easter Islanders destroyed themselves, Americans are destroying their country in pursuit of this monomaniacal obsession because the persistence of racial differences in spite of this unprecedented anti-racist effort is such a strong affront to the liberal belief in equality. Never before in all of history has any people or culture so completely dedicated themselves to uplifting another people.
And now it has failed …
And we realize now that it has failed …
And we have concluded we have failed because … we are simply irredeemable. Whiteness must be some kind of original sin. In spite of our best efforts, we can’t help but oppress black people. Whiteness is racism. Anti-racism must become anti-whiteness. Justice must become anti-White. We’ve tried equal rights and it didn’t bring about equality of result because the system itself is racist.
2020 is another big fork in the road like in 1965. After a half century effort that cost trillions of dollars, America has failed to end racism. It has failed to end racial discord. It has failed to bring about racial equality. In order to achieve “racial justice,” we have to dispense with the fiction of the colorblind utopia and openly champion discrimination against and repression of Whites. We have to embrace the notion that the entire European presence in the New World from Christopher Columbus to George Floyd is racist, immoral and illegitimate. We have to embrace the idea that White America is synonymous with “racism” and defile and destroy every symbol of White American heritage.
White Christian conservatives are invited to go along with this new vision of society in order to finally end “racism.” If you remain silent and do not affirm this vision of negative White racial identity and overturning White rights and replacing them with a new racial caste system, “White silence is violence.” If you oppose this new vision on the basis of colorblindness and call it racist, well, that is “hate speech” and “White Fragility.” Only White people can now be racists. This means that you are a racist.
To wrap things up, you are probably a gullible, but decent and kind hearted person who genuinely wanted to help black people. This was a weakness that your cunning enemies who had no such scruples exploited to the hilt. They gaslit you with propaganda and kept your attention focused on the past. You didn’t see or grasp the significance of the groundwork that was being laid for your future.
You have a simple choice to make: throw in with the progressive Left, resign from both whiteness and Christianity (accept that Original Sin is whiteness which is heretical) and throw yourself at the feet of the mob in abject submission who have redefined anti-racism as anti-whiteness in order to theoretically fight “racism” and bring about the El Dorado of “racial equality,” OR, you can stand up for yourself and choose your own identity and interests, your own people and heritage and especially your own children and grandchildren. Either way, like it or not you are going to be called a “racist” in the future.
Note: Undoubtedly, you are going to try to third way your way out of this coming fight, which are terms your enemies are not going to accept. It is White Fragility to not be a pitiful, conquered, self effacing loser.