Anti-White Racism Quotations – Dec. 3rd, 2017

Four items in total…

“They deny us the right to our inheritance and our own homelands. They impose ‘multiculturalism’ onto our communities, subvert and slander all traditional institutions, and spread, like a disease, their perverse, corrupt way of life, devoid of all that makes life worth living, and they isolate, slander and persecute those of us who still value identity, culture, tradition and community.” – Lawrence Burns (writing from Peterborough Prison on July 6th, 2017), quoted by Jez Turner in “How to feel good” – Western Spring, Sept. 7th, 2017.

“Although any culture has issues with criminality, European-American culture has never been about such behavior. In our culture, such behavior is exceptional and not accepted. It is prosecuted and shunned. Those who commit such acts are imprisoned or executed… But our globalist-controlled government has been mass-importing cultures for whom the sexual molestation of young boys, the gang rape of women and a very high level of ancillary carnage are normal. That is who they are… But it is not who we are.” (Emphasis in original) – John Young, “That’s not who we are” – Western Voices World News, Nov. 22nd, 2017.

“Why do northern liberal elites find racists so fascinating? Millions of people choose to be racist and align themselves with likeminded groups. The election of Donald Trump gave them legitimacy. That is all there is to say. But the New York Times and other media insist on conducting fact finding missions to reveal what self-proclaimed white supremacists eat for dinner and where they do their shopping… The unwritten subtext is that whiteness itself is normative. There will always be an effort to defend the overt racists as long as that pernicious idea goes unexamined.” – Margaret Kimberley, “Contradictions of White supremacy” – Black Agenda Report, Nov. 29th, 2017.

“Along with ‘Whiteness Studies’ and ‘Black Lives Matter,’ the concept of ‘decolonization’ is currently rampant in Western institutions of higher education… the ‘decolonization’ effort is clearly part of an escalating craze for removing White presence and reducing White space throughout the West… Today, White nations are being demonstrably colonized by non-Whites, White culture is increasingly marginalized (or dismissed as non-existent), and White history is being rewritten to support and advance the agenda of contemporary multiculturalism… the growing clamor for ‘decolonization,’ like Whiteness studies, exists only to encourage and facilitate an aggressive anti-White discourse.” – Andrew Joyce, Ph.D., “Thoughts on ‘decolonization’ as an anti-White discourse” – The Occidental Observer, Nov. 10th, 2017.

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