August 25, 2019
I don’t know how anyone can really disagree with any of this.
The opposite of “more white” is “less white” – and there is not a single white person who will openly admit to wanting their own neighborhood to become “less white.” All of these people morally signaling about “diversity” are shielded from the consequences of it by their middle class neighborhoods.
A city council candidate in Michigan said Friday she has no plans to end her campaign after shocking a public forum when she said she wants to keep her community white “as much as possible.”
Jean Cramer made the comment Thursday in response to a question about diversity in Marysville, a city in St. Clair County, 55 miles (88 kilometers) northeast of Detroit. The Times Herald in Port Huron said she’s one of five candidates running for three council seats in November.
More than 90% of Marysville’s 9,700-person population is white.
During a follow-up interview Friday outside her Marysville home, Cramer doubled down on her statements. She said if there is a biracial marriage in their family, she could understand why her stance might upset her neighbors.
“Because those people don’t know the other side of it,” she said. “For whatever reason, I’ve heard, they love each other, whatever, but there’s also such a thing as remaining single. People don’t necessarily have to get married, and, if they love somebody, love them single. There’s nothing wrong with that.”
Watch these journalists pretending to be retarded.
“We’re all immigrants.”
“Canadians and Germans are foreigners too.”
Listen: the lady said “white people.” So you can’t use those memes.
Cramer, 67, contends the bible backs her beliefs and asserts she doesn’t believe she is a racist, despite the condemnation of her views.
“As far as I know, as long as we’ve been here, Marysville has been a white community, a white city,” she said. ”. If we have seen a black person here and there, whatever, we’re not bothered by it. I’m not bothered by it.”
Cramer made her comments about keep Marysville as white as possible Thursday after the moderator asked candidates if the city should do more to attract foreign-born residents.
“Keep Marysville a white community as much as possible,” she replied. “White. Seriously. In other words, no foreign-born, no foreign people.”
The Times-Herald later asked Cramer if she wanted to clarify her remarks.
“Husband and wife need to be the same race. Same thing with kids,” she said. “That’s how it’s been from the beginning of, how can I say, when God created the heaven and the earth. He created Adam and Eve at the same time. But as far as me being against blacks, no I’m not.”
“We like Marysville the way it is.”
That is absolutely more than fair enough.
We want to live in the same society our grandparents built, because they built it for us to live in.
These people who are demanding all of these changes are the ones who need to explain the ostensible “morality” of their plan to radically transform our societies.
And yet, they claim that it is our responsibility to explain why we do not want drastic transformation. And then when we try to explain it, every single potential answer is declared morally evil.
Ultimately, the only option is to simply say it straight: “We want our communities to stay white because we are white people and we want to live around other white people.”
Let them judge that. Let them call you evil. Let them pull out their hair and gnash their teeth about how Adolf Hitler also wanted to live around other white people. Don’t apologize for it, don’t walk it back.
Because other white people will hear it. No matter how much they condemn you, it simply does not make sense to any person that white people should be forced to have their homes transformed against their will, and the reason that more people are not standing up and saying it is mainly because all of the people on the media who do say it are anti-social freaks that no one wants to be associated with.
It is within our ability to simply stand up and say “no, we will not allow this – we want to keep things the way they were.”
Because things were so very, very good.