December 7, 2018
I can’t tell if this guy is saying he’s a white nationalist or just saying that he is both white and a nationalist. I suspect it is the latter, and the media is just pretending it is the former. But whatever the case, it’s good for moving the conversation forward.
A member of the Texas Republican Party’s 2018 platform committee and former delegate for Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-Texas) presidential run proudly declared himself a “white nationalist.”
The Texas Observer reported Tuesday that Ray Myers took to social media last week and wrote, “Damn right, I’m a white nationalist and very proud of it.”
“I am Anglo and I’m very proud of it, just like black people and brown people are proud of their race. I am a patriot. I am very proud of my country,” Myers explained in an interview with the outlet. “And white nationalist, all that means is America first. That’s exactly what that means.
“That’s where the president’s at,” he continued. “That’s where I’m at and that’s where every solid patriotic American is. It doesn’t have anything to do with race or anything else.”
Myers compared using the term “white nationalist” to the Black Lives Matter movement.
“I mean, just like Black Lives Matter, white lives matter, too,” Myers said. “We’re all in the same melting pot. Now why can’t we say, as Anglos, that we’re proud?”
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) describes white nationalism as akin to white supremacist or white separatist ideologies that often focus on the “alleged inferiority of non whites.”
The Ku Klux Klan, as well as neo-Confederate, neo-Nazi and racist skinhead groups, could be described as white nationalist groups, according to the SPLC.
The SPLC Jews, as always, are lying.
Seriously, everything you need to know about this organization you can find out by looking at its leader’s face:
Have you ever witnessed a more shifty looking rat?
There is no difference between “white separatist” and “white nationalist” – both are just words that people came up for “but this is my country though” in response to being called “neo-Nazi white supremacists” and other anti-white slurs by the sickening lying Jews.
As far focusing on the “alleged” inferiority of nonwhites – no one is focusing on their distaste for nonwhites for any reason other than that they don’t want to be around them. In the reality situation, Jews that control the media paint an utterly false picture of the nature and behavior of the colored hordes, so there is a need to correct this perception.
There is also a continued Jewish attack on white nationalism, claiming that we do not have valid issues and are driven by “hate.” So there is a need to correct this perception and say “actually, I’m driven by these particular facts.” Of course, the Jews respond with “the only reason you mention these facts is that you are driven by hate,” but I don’t really think that argument makes much sense to people if they are actually exposed to the facts.
J.T. Edwards, an African-American member of the State Republican Executive Committee, condemned Myers’s comments, according to the Observer.
“To have so-called white nationalists in our party is basically an abomination of the very foundations of the Republican Party,” said Edwards. “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem. Mr. Myers’s position is part of the problem.”
Myers, 74, has been involved in GOP politics for years and founded Kaufman County tea party chapter, the Observer noted.
He was a member of Cruz’s “Texas Leadership Team” during his presidential campaign in 2016 and wrote on his Facebook profile that he later became a Trump volunteer.
Myers was one of the Texas Republicans selected in June to craft the party’s platform.
The 2018 Texas platform includes a push for several new objectives including: “English, and only English” voting ballots, “reasonable use of profiling” to defeat radicalized Islamic terrorists and abolition of the refugee resettlement program.
The state party’s executive committee unanimously passed a “non-discrimination” resolution over the weekend that affirmed its support of religious liberty within the party, the outlet noted.
Based black guy, resolution against hate – what exactly do these people think is going on?
Are they familiar with statistics?
The Republican Party is the party of white people. And the way they get people out to vote is by being the party of white people. They gain absolutely nothing with this cuckoldry.
Because, let me tell you something: nonwhite Republicans are in this for some other reason than trying to promote their group racial interests. You don’t have to go out there and say “niggers we don’t want your vote” any more than you need to say “please please please we are not racists.”
The best option in these situations is to say nothing at all. If asked directly about Myers statement, they could have just said, “Mr. Myers is entitled to his opinion, that is not the official stance of the party.”