Diversity Macht Frei
November 3, 2018
More and more white people are becoming aware of the fact that if present political trends continue, the destiny of their descendants will be to live as a persecuted minority dominated by people who see them as racial adversaries.
Resistance to this is mobilising, largely via the internet.
The United Nations, in the form of its Special Rapporteur Tendayi Achiume (pictured, yes that really is her), is concerned about the growing resistance among whites to their own genocide.
A “dramatic” rise in the number of websites and social media platforms hosting racist content is enabling neo-Nazi and other ultra-right groups to disseminate hate speech and incite violence, a United Nations (UN) expert has warned.
Tendayi Achiume, the organisation’s special rapporteur for racism, said there had been a 600 per cent increase in the number of white supremacists espousing their views on Twitter since 2012.
This, coupled with the proliferation of thousands of websites dedicated to far-right movements, contributed to a “growing climate of intolerance”, she added.
“At the core of neo-Nazism ideologies lies a hatred of Jews, as well as many other racial, ethnic, and religious groups. These ideologies also vilify lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people, and persons with disabilities, and in some cases women,” she said.
Ms Achiume said tech companies still needed to do more to ensure their platforms did not provide a safe haven for extremist groups or allow the spread of “extremist, sensationalist, conspiratorial” news.
“Action is required by more states to implement anti-hate speech laws and ensure equality and non-discrimination including online, in accordance with international human rights law,” she said. “Criminal and civil penalties alone will not put an end to racial and xenophobic intolerance.
“A state’s first step must be explicit recognition that the proliferation of nationalist populist mobilisations and neo-Nazi groups threaten racial equality.”
I have translated the last two paragraphs from bureaucratic Gobbledygook.
“Action is required by more states to implement anti-free speech laws and ensure whites continued to be denied equality and discriminated against online, in accordance with the set of rules we have put in place to bring about their destruction,” she said. “Criminal and civil penalties alone will not put an end to the attempts by white people to preserve their own existence.
“A state’s first step must be explicit recognition that the proliferation of nationalist populist mobilisations and white awareness groups threaten our plan to bring about the erasure of European identity.”