Why does racism within non-white communities mean something other than what it is in white communities? For other ethnic peoples their cultures are celebrated and people are taught to be proud of their heritage. Whites on the other hand are called racist where the word has an evil connotation. Why can’t we as white people be proud of our heritage and origins like people of color?
By Christian Miller
The American political arena and mainstream media (MSM) is rigged againstWhite American solidarity.
Almost every single race or ethnicity has a political organization to serve its specific racial or ethnic interests. The glaring exception is a mainstream-credited or nationally-recognized political group dedicated to White American interests. There are groups dedicated to White advocacy, but they are invariably plagued by accusations of “extremism” or “hate” or “bigotry.”
The Preamble to the United States Constitution lists one of its purposes as to “secure the blessing of liberty to ourselves and our posterity.”
Perhaps this explicit dedication to the interests of the Whitefounding stock means that no White advocacy groups are needed. Maybe the explicit mandate of the Constitution demands the protection of liberty for the posterity of the White race, so White advocacy groups are superfluous.
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