October 26, 2017
We see once again that our ideas are the mainstream.
To what extent we have influenced the public consciousness is unknown. Clearly, it is to a large extent. But at the same time, the situation in this country that is driving us is also being witnessed by the masses.
What we need to focus on is getting these angry whites to understand that Jews are behind this.
Because then we’ve got ourselves a rodeo.
More than half of white Americans said there is discrimination against their race in contemporary America, according to a new poll.
A total of 55 percent of whites said they believed discrimination against their own race existed in America today in a new poll conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
But as NPR notes, fewer respondents could cite specific instances of this discrimination. Only nineteen percent of whites who were polled said they were discriminated against while applying for jobs, and 13 percent said the discrimination occurred when they were under consideration for a promotion. Just 11 percent said it was while they were applying to college or attending college, according to the poll.
That is because they aren’t talking about specific instances when they answer that question. They are talking about the general climate in America, 2017. It is a climate of hatred directed towards white people.
And all white people are feeling that, whether they choose to admit it or not.
We are being told that we are born evil, that we should not be allowed to continue to exist, that the only way to make amends for the sin of being born white is to give away everything we own to brown hordes and to eventually die out as our populations are replaced.
While the media is attacking us nonstop, we are forced to walk streets where the incoming populations look at us with hatred.
These people despise us. And they have been flown in as a conquering army. They view us no differently than American soldiers viewed Iraqis when they were flown in to conquer that country.
Our people are under a non-stop barrage of hate.
Asking about “specific instances of discrimination” is nonsensical, and only meant to obfuscate the data here. Because: how often would you actually know if you’d been personally discriminated in applying for college or a job? Most likely you would not, however, we have the data which shows – matter of factly – that as a race, we are collectively systematically discriminated against in applying for college or jobs. It’s called “affirmative action,” and it is state-enforced policy.
Asking about “specific instances” is gaslighting.
But they can’t gaslight us anymore. We’ve reached critical mass.
Our job right now, as the Alt-Right, is to rally our people behind a mass movement.