A small bloodbath at The Washington Post
Just a quick note to offer my compliments to a Whittaker Task Force that went into action over the last three days at The Washington Post.
Jonathan Capeheart, a black journalist writing for the WP, said he “couldn’t resist clicking” on a link to the Whittaker group’s White House petition to “stop white genocide”. The petition - one of three on this subject, apparently - is posted at the We The People site.
The petition has twenty more days to achieve its supposed goal of 25,000 signatories. The present number of signatories is 630. So, plainly, this is a publicity effort, and Capeheart’s unwitting help is no doubt greatly appreciated. The interesting thing for me, though, is to see in an American setting the exact same moral and intellectual ownership of the discourse that one observes routinely at the DT. Since political correctness and anti-racism are so dominant in the Establishment, and have been so ruthlessly and effectively applied to bludgeon the white instinct for racial survival, one would expect a generality of the non-activist public to express shock and distaste at the sight of white people fighting back. But there is none of that on the WP thread. Two or three anti-racist activists made attempts to belittle the pro-white advocates, but the quality of their argument was quite wretched. One even complained of bullying, which is exactly what these creatures have done for the last two decades or more.
Good job, guys.
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