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Why I Love Race Hustlers OR, The New Orleans Protocol Revisited

Quick. Define racism. Just off the top of your head. Go! NO, don’t look it up on Google or refer back to your notes from the Sociology Colloquium. Just common sense. What’s racism?

Does your mind form an answer something like this: “Racism is, like, when one person doesn’t like another person because that person is another race”? Yeah, mine too.

Now, how many White people have you met in your life that genuinely meet that criteria? And, of course, I mean just plain, old everyday White folks, not race realists or Red Pill swallowers like us. I mean just regular old White folks. How many of them do you think think they’re superior to blacks or better off without blacks around? Yeah, I haven’t met many like that, either.

And, you know, I suspect that black people are aware of how few White people even care that they exist and how the existence of genuine “outta my way nigg*r” racism is decreasing. And that is a problem for them precisely because so much of black success in America (such as it is) hinges on government and government-affiliated institutions taking “racism” into account as justification for quotas, affirmative action and other preferential treatment.

So, an industry had to be created to keep “race” and “racism” front and center as issues in the news and in public policy. This fact seems to bother many White people and especially many WNs and race realists–and even I get annoyed at it–but it really is one of those things where it probably has more of an opposite effect in the long run and, thus, we should learn to see our enemies somewhat as our friends.

Try this exercise. Imagine you are just flipping around the channels looking for some news and you come across this:

Michael Eric Dyson, a race hustler of some credentials, is basically saying here that being a Christian male is tangentially akin to being a homosexual because Jesus is male and Christian males love him. Now, think about that. If you are already firmly on the Anti-Christ Left, you’ll clap gleefully at this man’s wit. If you are firmly on the Right, you’ll growl in annoyance. BUT! If you are on the fence, isn’t this the kind of thing that makes you–on some level–hold ANY other statements by such a person in suspicion? Wouldn’t this move you AWAY from that mindset?

Or how about this. Imagine you get this headline in your Google sidebar:

Jesse Jackson: Phil Roberston ‘More Offensive’ Than Rosa Parks’ Bus Driver 

Quote:

“These statements uttered by Robertson are more offensive than the bus driver in Montgomery, Alabama, more than 59 years ago,” Jackson said in a statement obtained by ABC News.

“At least the bus driver, who ordered Rosa Parks to surrender her seat to a white person, was following state law. Robertson’s statements were uttered freely and openly without cover of the law, within a context of what he seemed to believe was ‘white privilege.’”

–SNIP–

Do you think such hyperbole helps Rainbow PUSH? Well, maybe in the very short run. But do you think a reasonable, moderate White person reading something like that becomes MORE likely or LESS likely to find the “minorities as sacred” narrative believable?

Bear with me. One more.

Suppose you’re a halfway-intelligent 20-something and you come across this:

2013:  Racism Retrospective and ‘Racist of the Year’ Nominees

First, take a look at the incredibly sloppy, poorly written style. Talk about meandering prose! And check out the quality of the links.

Quote:

“I’d like to propose my demerit nominees, for “Racist of the Year,” and ask that you take the attached poll and add your candidates and memories for the most racist moments of 2013. Many of the racists selected fit just as easily into other categories of bigotry—since they are also sexist, homophobic, or target people of other ethnicities or faiths.

Instead of nice golden statutes or medals I’m awarding “Hoodies”—not the hoodies worn by many of us as casual outerwear, or the hoodies that became a symbol of the Trayvon Martin murder. Mine are Klan hoodies—the hoods of the outfits worn by members of the Klu Klux Klan as part of their regalia—which are symbolic of racial terrorism, along with cross-burnings and lynchings….”

One of the nominees:

“Judicial decisions, laws and criminal injustice.

“What stands out for me was this: Radical Extremist Roberts 5 strikes down Voting Rights Act. Followed by a continuing war on voting rights across the U.S. ‘Stop and Frisk’ advocate Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City continued his defense of racist police policy.Retaliation was taken against California prison hunger strikers.

–SNIP–

And then are listed just about every prominent conservative and/or conservative-leaning person of any fame or influence.

The New Orleans Protocol

So, I believe that the race-hustling industry has a negative effect on White Guilt rather than a positive one. Fatigue has set in, is setting in and will get worse. White people are getting tired of the “woe be blacks/woe be illegals” siren wailing at all hours of the night.

With the grip of the race hustling left weakening, we bloggers have the opportunity to win hearts and minds, and I believe we do it by following the New Orleans Protocol.

Which means:

1. We aren’t terrorists and we don’t talk like or tolerate anyone talking like a terrorist. We can discuss defending ourselves (Whitey Survival Guide), but terrorism always has the opposite effect on a movement. Trotsky was right. Terrorism weakens individual members of a movement while simultaneously making the movement look irrational. No preemptive violence. Not at this point in history, anyway.

2. We don’t badmouth our fellow travelers. Even if their aims are somewhat different that ours, we don’t belittle their efforts. Northwest Front people have no business slamming Free Dixie activists and vice versa. The long term vision is an empowered White people. Period. “No enemies on the Right.”

3. Maintain a high tone. As much as I appreciate the traffic “Chimpmania” drives to me, if our goal is to wake White people up to the political and demographic reality of our collective situation, photoshopped pictures of Obama as feces-flinging Chimpanzee just prove our enemies right and makes us look as stupid and hateful and juvenile as the news says we are. Anyway, we don’t NEED cartoon propaganda or racial epithets to prove our points in Toiletnation.

Reality is our propaganda.

See?

So the fruit is ripening for us, and WE are not the driving force as much as our enemies. They are pushing people into our camp; we just need to have enough tents.


4 Comments

  1. mindweapon says:

    They nominated the hedge fund that calls itself “the southern poverty law center” among theri “anti-racists of the year.” LOL.

  2. Moe Fugginbixnood says:

    “As much as I appreciate the traffic “Chimpmania” drives to me, if our goal is to wake White people up to the political and demographic reality of our collective situation, photoshopped pictures of Obama as feces-flinging Chimpanzee just prove our enemies right and makes us look as stupid and hateful and juvenile as the news says we are.”

    Chimpmania,huh? I post at one of the other sites.

  3. Cj aka Elderofzyklons Blog says:

    Reblogged this on ElderofZyklon's Blog!.

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