White is bad

Posted: August 16, 2022 by chrisharper in media
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By Christopher Harper

The ideological attack on white men in the United States has gained considerably in recent years, including a series of blatantly racial attacks. 

Simply put, being white in America has become inherently bad.

For example, Rolling Stone recently highlighted the arrest of a man the publication contends wanted his compatriots to rape white women and kill blacks to increase the majority of Caucasians in America. 

“[A] former U.S. Marine plotted mass murder and sexual assault to ‘decrease the number of minority residents’ in the United States as part of his membership in a far-right neo-Nazi group, ‘Rapekrieg,’ the news organization writes. 

“Belanger was the subject of an FBI Joint Terrorism Taskforce investigation into allegedly plotting to ‘engage in widespread homicide and sexual assault.’ Much of Belanger’s ideology and plotting…is based around a desire to lessen the number of nonwhite Americans and to rape ‘white women to increase the production of white children,'” Rolling Stone contends.

What’s noteworthy about the report is the final paragraph: The Senate Armed Services Committee recently stated that the Pentagon was spending too much money on investigating such matters because the number of individuals is so small.  

So why does Rolling Stone even report the arrest? Because it promotes a frequent meme: Marines are primarily white, rightist wingnuts rather than soldiers who deserve the nation’s respect. 

But there’s more. Atlantic published an article equating Catholic rosaries with extremism. “Just as the AR-15 rifle has become a sacred object for Christian nationalists in general, the rosary has acquired a militaristic meaning for radical-traditional (or ‘rad trad’) Catholics,” Atlantic’s Daniel Panneton writes.

“On this extremist fringe, rosary beads have been woven into a conspiratorial politics and absolutist gun culture,” Panneton adds. “These armed radical traditionalists have taken up a spiritual notion that the rosary can be a weapon in the fight against evil and turned it into something dangerously literal.”

Just think about the outrage if someone wrote that worry beads were a sign of a terrorist in the Middle East.

But there’s even more. Wired, known primarily as a tech publication, has picked up the anti-white meme in a book review. 

“Whiteness is a seduction. Whiteness is also an illusion. These are the twin motifs on which Pakistani writer Mohsin Hamid props up The Last White Man, his latest novel,” Wired states. 

The novel focuses on how whites wake up as nonwhites and how society becomes better for the change.

It’s heartening that Atlantic’s outrageous slander against Catholics has faced some blowback on social media. Still, it appears that the current meme in the media elite is to publish even more outrageous and offensive attacks against whites.  

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