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Non-White White Supremacy

Equality destroys minds. It removes any center from society and forces people into a competition for attention in order to rise above the average enough to succeed. In addition, it prevents us from recognizing cause and effect, namely that genes determine abilities and this determines success or failure.

That interruption in cause/effect collapses society into a two-dimensional world of categories. Some things are good, and others bad, based on method; for example, they say killing is wrong regardless of who is killed, or that it is always good to be tolerant and welcoming no matter what you are tolerating.

These comprise the mental trap of the Big Lie, equality. If everyone is equal, there can be no purpose except preserving that equality; even more, there can be no differences between people except for external influences. Therefore, some are lucky to have wealth and others unlucky, so we can “correct” this deficiency of nature.

That inverted causation or backward thinking inverts what we know by eliminating cause, producing the “wet streets make rain” type of B->A thinking that is the root of all logical fallacies and human error. There can be no causes if everyone is equal, only random and meaningless changes in circumstance.

From a long line of deductions forming a Hegelian stepladder originating from the Big Lie of equality, we eventually get to the point where people have no agency, and must be instructed by propaganda, or they might accidentally support something that supports the Other Side, namely the evil Benetton nazis:

Racial identity is a social reality, not a biological one, and Hispanic people can be of any racial background. “Latinos are a pan-ethnic group that have very many racial identifications within that grouping. So, you know, we can be Latino by ethnicity, but Latinos are also white, Black, Indigenous, Asian,” Tanya Katerí Hernández, a professor at Fordham Law and the author of Racial Innocence: Unmasking Latino Anti-Black Bias and the Struggle for Equality, told me. “We have white Hispanics, and there are some white Hispanics who hold very white-supremacist views.”

The rest of the world does not conform to domestic American understandings of race, because race is an ideological concept, not a scientific one. Just because people classify you as one thing in America doesn’t mean they see you the same way everywhere else.

“Racial identity is not fixed. It’s not natural. It’s not biological. It’s not monolithic,” Ian Haney López, a law professor at UC Berkeley and the author of White by Law, told me. “Racial identity is culturally and politically produced. How people respond to it varies enormously. And that means that some people of whatever color respond to racism by saying, This is immoral and ugly. And other people respond to racism by saying, Yeah, I’m one of the superior races.”

Imagine that old Benetton ad with the “united colors” of pluralism linking hands together. Now add a swastika. This is what people presume when they look at those who are supporting anything other than the status quo of the postwar, Communist-allied, Overton Window shifted to the Left West.

When we remove cause, we end up in a ridiculous place where minorities who do not support the Left are presumed to be supporting “White Supremacy” because they defend existing institutions. This continues the Leftist habit of calling anyone who does not support them nasty names in order to scare away the normies.

Unaware of how comedic this is, the Left ploughs on with its story of brainwashed non-White Nazis who wish for white dominance:

Rooted in America’s ugly history of white supremacy, indigenous dispossession and anti-blackness, multiracial whiteness is an ideology invested in the unequal distribution of land, wealth, power and privilege — a form of hierarchy in which the standing of one section of the population is premised on the debasement of others. Multiracial whiteness reflects an understanding of whiteness as a political color and not simply a racial identity — a discriminatory worldview in which feelings of freedom and belonging are produced through the persecution and dehumanization of others.

Multiracial whiteness promises Latino Trump supporters freedom from the politics of diversity and recognition. For voters who see the very act of acknowledging one’s racial identity as itself racist, the politics of multiracial whiteness reinforces their desired approach to colorblind individualism. In the politics of multiracial whiteness, anyone can join the MAGA movement and engage in the wild freedom of unbridled rage and conspiracy theories.

Multiracial whiteness offers citizens of every background the freedom to call Muslims terrorists, demand that undocumented immigrants be rounded up and deported, deride BLM as a movement of thugs and criminals, and accuse Democrats of being blood-drinking pedophiles.

If your eyes bug out when you read this gibberish, it helps to recognize that it is inevitable. When you support one lie, you must tell others to keep it from falling. For that reason, once “equality” is assumed, agency goes out the window, since people are equal under the skin and therefore, only have or lack the correct propaganda.

Those who have been accidentally deprived of their daily programming might end up as unwitting supporters of bad ideologies if not strictly instructed in what to think. Much as equality in economics means equal poverty, in social conditioning it means equal clueless apathetic oblivion.

Such notions require a theory of “White Supremacy” that explains it as a kind of disease instead of a conscious choice by a group to preserve itself, which works well for explaining away its relevance. They portray it as a kind of decay that was the norm when America was succeeding and now is being removed as things get worse every year.

This type of tone deaf approach serves them well only because their audience is oblivious to wider changes in society. That allows them to make a scapegoat of Whites, and in doing so, to argue that there is a moral imperative to fail the right way so that we avoid White Supremacy:

So there’s been a whole lot of people thinking and theorizing about white supremacy. And all of these scholars share a view that I share, that whiteness is not the same thing as white people and that whiteness is actually better understood as a political project that has emerged historically, and that is dynamic and that is always changing. And so whiteness as an ideology is rooted in America’s history of white supremacy – right? – which has to do with the legacy of slavery or Indigenous dispossession or Jim Crow. And I think it’s important to realize just how long in this country legal discrimination was not simply culturally acceptable but legally authorized. And so we’ve only been practicing a more consistent form of legal equality for a relatively short time since the 1960s. So Americans have often learned how to create their own sense of belonging through violence and through the exclusion of certain groups and populations.

If this raving nonsense has not yet addled your mind, consider that it is duplicated from the French Revolution rhetoric that began with the peasant revolts. People see that others have succeeded, and declare equality in order to invalidate the causes of that success, such that ignorance of those begats failure.

But at least in failure, all are equal.

For these lunatics, it is essential to blame White Supremacy as a kind of primordial state of humankind unenlightened by solipsistic humanism, which enables them to argue for it as an infection that can be removed with the right propaganda:

White supremacy is an ideology, a pattern of values and beliefs that are ingrained in nearly every system and institution in the U.S. It is a belief that to be white is to be human and invested with inalienable universal rights and that to be not-white means you are less than human – a disposable object for others to abuse and misuse.

White supremacy as the root of racism can be seen in the Latino man in Texas stabbing a Burmese family in March 2020, claiming he did so because they were Chinese and bringing the coronavirus into the U.S. Though the suspect may have mental health problems, his belief that this family posed a threat is driven by the white supremacist ideas of Chinese people being to blame for COVID-19.

But underlying all these incidents is white supremacy, just as white supremacy is responsible for Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd’s neck for over eight minutes: White supremacy made Floyd into a Black male threat rather than a human being.

Calling “White Supremacy” an “ideology” removes the fact that is merely self-interest for Whites, who have noticed by now that every other group can act in self-interest, but when a wealthy high-IQ group does it, somehow the egalitarian whining comes out and there is talk of victimhood, oppression, and marginalization.

Separated from cause and effect, these people cannot even understand language at its most basic level. To them, there are merely categories of good and bad, and all you need to do is find a way to style what you do not like as bad, and then you can crusade against it as if it were disease or misfortune:

His trajectory, he said, shows how people of color are carving space in movements that are generalized as exclusively White in membership and racist in ideology.

Rapolla’s father has roots in China and Guam, while his mother is a mix of Scandinavian, Inuit, Mexican and Greek ancestry. None of that matters, he said, when he stands alongside fellow “patriots” who share his concerns about government overreach and Second Amendment rights.

“People on the far right are automatically labeled as racist,” Rapolla said. “It’s a weapon used by elitists in order to keep their power where they want it.”

If someone stands up for the kind of functional society that rewards the competent and ignores the incompetent, that is an insult to the Big Lie of equality, so his destruction must be justified by associating him with something forbidden by egalitarian ideals like ableism, homophobia, sexism, classism, or “racism” and White Supremacy.

This enables the neurotics to argue that not only are many people secretly “racist,” and “racism” is detached from the biological interests of Whites, but that “racism” arises from simply careless thinking leading to bias:

Even people who have not associated themselves with hate groups or white supremacist violence have often supported white supremacist ideas. One example is the advent of intelligence testing in the 20th century (e.g. IQ tests), which was used to assess intelligence across large samples of national populations. In their early history, these tests were used to justify the idea that white people from the global North were intellectually superior to people of color.

If that does not seem baffling enough, they go further to argue that any society which is not dedicated to anti-“racism” is implicitly and covertly “racist,” therefore it must be undone by aiming for virtuous failure (in a mimickry of Christ) instead of relying on what got us to this place of plenty where people can bat about airy concepts.

In the end calculus, their goal is to make the symbols seem positive so that they can be detached from cause and effect, without regard to consequences or how this will have secondary impacts further down the line. All that matters is having the socially-correct right symbols to be part of the diversity horde:

How many Americans know that the claim that anti-racism is harmful to white people is one of the basic mantras of white-supremacist ideology? Americans are familiar with white-supremacist movements like the Klan, skinheads, neo-Nazis, and the Proud Boys. But they don’t seem to recognize white-supremacist ideology—the most venomous form of racist ideology. I suspect that many Americans don’t know how much white-supremacist ideology shapes their political thought and America’s political discourse, and allows juries to exonerate racism and convict anti-racism.

The Civil Rights Act of 1866 defined citizenship, granted it to African Americans, and affirmed that all citizens are equally protected by the law. But President Andrew Johnson vetoed it, arguing that “the distinction of race and color is by the bill made to operate in favor of the colored against the white race.” In an address to Congress in 1867, Johnson opposed voting rights for Black men, fearing “the dread of Negro supremacy” and the “subjection” of “white people of the South.”

To notice that Whites are harmed by diversity is “racism.” To notice that every group acts only in its own self-interest alone is “racism.” The only way out from being “racist” is for Whites to die, and any minority who is not onboard with this has been brainwashed by White Supremacists and is therefore a Non-White White Supremacist.

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