White supremacy? White nationalism?

‘”White supremacy” or “white nationalism” is really a war on white people generally. The ideology that drives the left and divides our country is “identity politics” – the idea that the world consists of two groups – “people of color” who are guiltless and oppressed, and white people who are guilty and oppressors. This is the real race war. Its noxious themes inform the mindless, hysterical hatred for President Trump, and the equally mindless support for racists mobs like Black Lives Matter and Antifa. It is a war from which no good can come. But it won’t be stopped unless enough people have the courage to stand up and name it for what it is.”

“The organizers of the “Unite the Right” demonstration in Charlottesville were repellent racists… What “Unite the Right” actually demontrated was that the assortment of neo-Nazis, pro-Confederates and assorted yahoos gathered under the banner of “Alt-Right” is actually a negligible group. This was a national show of strength that actually attracted only a few hundred people. Compare that to the tens of thousands who can be readily marshalled by two violent groups of the left – Black Lives Matter and Antifa – and you get an idea how marginal “white supremacists” are to America’s political and cultural life.”

“Yet “white supremacy” and all its evils became the centerpiece of all the fake news reporting on the event, including all the ludicrous attacks on the president for not condemning ENOUGH a bogeyman the whole nation condemns, and that no one but a risible fringe supports. Talk about virtue signaling!”

“Let’s start by noticing the obvious. The biggest hate group in America – by a wide margin – is the anti-Trump chorus, which has advanced from calling him “unfit to be president” to accusing him (in the words of CNN’s Ana Navarro) of being “unfit to be human.” In between are malignant accusations that he is a “neo-Nazi,” a “white nationalist” and a “white supremacist” – all revelations about Trump’s character that somehow remained hidden during the thirty years he was a public figure and before he ran against Hillary Clinton. Nor is the hate confined to Trump alone… The attacks from the anti-Trump left also include the charge that America itself is a “white supremacist” country.”

“In contrast to the trivial representatives of organized Nazism, there are – to take one obvious example – tens of thousands of members of the American Communist Party, also a defeated totalitarian foe. Yet no one seems alarmed. … Black Lives Matter is an overtly racist and violent group that is led by avowed communists and has allied itself with Hamas terrorists. It is an organization officially endorsed by the Democratic Party and lavishly funded by tens of millions of dollars contributed by Democratic donors…But “white nationalists,” and Klan members can’t attract a sufficient number of supporters to even constitute a “march.”

“Not withstanding the marginal existence of actual Klansmen and “neo-Nazis” in American culture and institutions, the term “white supremacy” currently turns up 3.7 millions references in a Google search – a tribute to its rampant misusage. Of these references, 1.2 million are linked specifically – and absurdly – to Donald Trump. The term “white nationalism” turns up 4.2 million references, of which 2.1 million are linked directly to the president. Only a slightly lower number – 1.8 million – link Trump to “Nazi.”

“Obviously, the terms “white supremacy and “white nationalism” can’t actually mean what they say. If they did, one would have to conclude that half the country had simply lost its mind and morals. The left is simply relentless in its committment to identity politics, which is a not so subtle form of racism. This animus is rooted in a racial and gender collectivism that is antagonistic to the fundamental American idea of individual rights applied universally and without regard to origins – to race, ethnicity or gender. The war to defend this idea is what created Trump’s candidacy and shaped his political persona.”

“If we are loyal to our country we will be loyal to each other; if we have patriotism in out hearts there will be no room for prejudice; we are black and brown and white but we all bleed patriot red.” ~ from President Trump’s inaugural address

~ David Horowitz, reformed communist. Excepts from “The Left’s Racist War against Trump and America.”

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Life sciences executive, retired
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