GOPer Stands by ‘War on Whites’: It’s Acceptable to Discriminate Against Whites Now

Josh Feldman, Mediaite, August 5, 2014

Congressman Mo Brooks said on the radio yesterday that Democrats are waging a “war on whites” with racially divisive strategy and policy. Brooks doubled down on NewsmaxTV today, telling Steve Malzberg discrimination against white people these days is considered perfectly fine.

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Brooks asked, “What is the one race that can be discriminated against? . . . All whites.” He felt that under federal law, while other racial categories have protected status, white people “are treated differently” and there’s “reverse discrimination” going on.

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  • MekongDelta69

    Finally, somebody who didn’t apologize, grovel and say, “Those comments were taken out of context” (yadda, yadda, yadda).

    When I read this yesterday, I figured that might happen.

    THIS is my AmRen ‘feel-good’ article of the month!

    • Glen

      Well, sorry to do this to you.

      It was not surprising that an Alabama politician would make a statement about “the war on whites” and anybody predicting GOPher Mo’s apology within 24 hours was certainly brash. We must remember that the GOP is the party of nihili$tic moneymen $heldon Adelson and Harold $immons (RIP), not Mo’s “Roll Tide” constituents and AmRen sympathizers living in other states.

      An oligarchy controls the country. The GOP is one branch of the political class administering this country for the oligarchs. It has more in common with its so-called enemy – the Democrats – than its does with its traditional “grassroots” base.

      The GOP branch of the American political class is about acquiring money and power for its upwardly mobile members, and it stoops to making calculated statements designed to “reel-in” the disaffected, economically disenfranchised and socially stigmatized fence-sitters on the bottom. And why does it bother doing this? Well, it doesn’t bother much. My guess is that the most powerful members of America’s political class are inclined to believe that an illusion of civil legitimacy must be preserved – for the time being, anyway. And who are the disaffected? They are the white lower middle-class members of two-income households in flyover country, permanently relegated to underemployment and eventual unemployment within the US’ immigration-friendly service economy. They are the people labeled “trailer trash” and “rednecks” by $heldon and $immons’ Republican patrons in the upper middle-class, just as quickly and hatefully as any Democratic SWPL with a neckbeard or tribal tattoo.

      Mo’s assignment is to use race and immigration as bait for disaffected whites in 2016. You had better believe that his statement and the criticism he will take from Republican Rhinos is by design. But you won’t. And what would be the GOP’s purpose for this ruse? To trick you, once again, into supporting the controlled-opposition that is the Republican Party. And you will be fooled – again.

      The GOP will not change. The USA cannot be saved. Survival for our grandchildren’ children requires that we take another path, and not wait too much longer in paving its course.

      • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

        Sheldon Adelson needs to be exiled from political involvement ASAP.

        Mo Brooks isn’t following orders from Sheldon Adelson.

        Our enemies don’t work that way.

        If they worked the highly and tightly scripted way that some of our people think they did, they’d be out of business in very short order.

        Our enemies rely on a lot of soft power and the fear of fear itself.

        • Glen

          “Mo Brooks isn’t following orders from Sheldon Adelson.”

          Not directly, of course.

          “Our enemies don’t work that way.”

          Sure they do, else Mo would’ve lost the party’s support most ricky-tick.. Numerous examples exist post-1964. And Mo’s not stupid. Plausible deniability saturates his statements to the local press. In this age no thinking Republican politico with party support issues race bait without it. But let’s say you’re right: that Mo went off the plantation. If true, then Mo will simply be given the Duke treatment. That won’t happen, though, because the GOP finds it useful for him to issue thinly-veiled bait for the disaffected in “Roll Tide” country, while simultaneously slapping his wrists elsewhere. (After all, we know all about those damn Alabama rednecks, don’t we? Sometimes you just can’t control ‘em!)

          Until Hispanics vote GOP in decisive numbers (won’t happen until whites lose critical political mass), Republicans will continue providing the disaffected with false hope to keep them on the plantation and preserve the illusion of civil legitimacy. That is how opposition is controlled and “soft power” is played when a sizable white demographic retains a certain critical mass in terms of, uh, er, armament, training, and technical knowledge. We ain’t Iraqis and Afghans, you know!

          Republicans have been losing the low-intensity warfare that is politics for near a century now. Every itty, bitty incremental Republican rollback of leftist “progress” is overwhelmed by a well-financed “leftist” tsunami in the next phase. Republicans lose, even when they “win.”

          Time to destroy the GOP and embark on another path.

        • Paleoconn

          I’d like Sheldon Adelson to be deported to Israel. Preferably dropped from a plane with a glitchy parachute, but if it does happen to work, on a windy day with gusts blowing toward Gaza.

        • bilderbuster

          Sheldon Adelson needs to be in a hard labor camp as re-education isn’t an option for his type.
          The ones who control the Republican Party make sure it has much more in common with the Democratic Party than it does with it’s base.
          The parties have been two wings of the same bird for quite awhile now and it is only the illusion of choice.
          There are some loose cannons from time to time but the parties and the controlled media always purge them.

          • http://www.marxisminusa.com/ manassamauler

            The ones who control the Republican Party make sure it has much more in common with the Democratic Party than it does with it’s base.
            The parties have been two wings of the same bird for quite awhile now and it is only the illusion of choice.
            There are some loose cannons from time to time but the parties and the controlled media always purge them.

            I haven’t heard it stated better.

      • Germanicus

        Glen, thanks for an interesting and thought-provoking analytic on a different level. Just as point of observation, the congressman fortified his position that race is only skin deep with his comment regarding “skin pigmentation.” Another perspective has ineluctably developed and has been accelerated in reaction to Obama’s racism, that is, the Left was oddly enough right about one thing (though generally conservatives tried and try to disavow themselves from this): the races have different interests. But the emerging White position is carrying through beyond the mere recognition of this fact. The races have different interests because we are different for deep and significant biological and cultural reasons and we need to develop separately now. The American experiment with race integration is over. Do you ever wonder if maybe, just maybe, Obama half & half that he is, might not be a plant to be the Pied Piper entrancing the blacks and moving this philosophical epiphany into full light for everybody? But that is just a side thought. Whether that is so or not is not important in the final analysis. Whites will eventually get tribal again because Whites were forced to abandon or at least qualify propositional political political theory regarding race and sex. Oh, it will be some Whites, but it will be the right Whites who will move the chess pieces. We match your tribal Mr. Obama and we raise you. Let’s see what tribal and ice-age smart looks like. I appreciate Mr. Mo’s comments. Though philosophically and scientifically flawed, they have a placed in the emerging strategy–even if unwittingly so. Every soldier need not have great vision of the general’s plans. Our strategy should involve–as the Left’s has brilliantly accomplished in getting us to this perilous point–multiple and even partially contradictory tactics. This gives us a plastic front that, like an amoeboid predator, is nearly impossible to out-maneuver. It’s here, it’s there, it’s all around and eventually its all over. Only a bigger amoeba can beat an amoeba. Pseudopods to the right! Pseudopods to the left! Into the valley of… oh okay. But you get the point.

      • http://www.antenna.com Wholly Unconvinced

        Looks like D.B. Cooper has himself a sock puppet named glen.

        • Glen

          No, I’m not D.B. Cooper’s sock puppet. Sorry.

          I will answer two objections you’ve posted below here, where it will do more good.

          “He (GOPher Mo) was operating within the confines of the world we live in.”

          Republicans always operate within the confines of the world they live in – ever narrowing confines established by the oligarchy and administered by a political class that includes the GOP itself. The GOP isn’t a victim here. It is actually a part of the problem. Its purpose is to promote the illusion of civil legitimacy for the regime. It does this by providing false opposition to the direction in which the regime wishes to take us.

          “Nothing is more frustrating to me than people who pull the “well I would have said THIS, he (GOPher Mo) didn’t go far enough, he’s just toeing the line” from behind a keyboard.”

          As a child and teen I participated in the GOP Goldwater and AIP Wallace campaigns. Before my family left California I did a whole lot of legwork in the GOP Gerald Veregge vs. Jackass Jesse (Big Daddy) Unruh campaign. Then there was Nixon’s 2nd campaign against McGovern in ’72.

          Having been a Republican (and a frustrated one at that!) I understand where you’re coming from. The people you’re referring to are wrong, but not for the reason you think. They are wrong because nothing – no words, extreme or moderate! – can change the Republican Party. It is an instrument of the regime white nationalists should oppose. And there is no way it can be infiltrated or “taken back.” GOPher Mo is there to entice you to – once again – pull the GOP’s lever of mediocrity, false hope, and controlled opposition. The GOP is what it is – owned for the past 50 years (at least) by the likes $heldon Adel$on and $immon$.

          Opposed to the regime are you?

          Intelligent opposition begins by recognizing that we must radicalize the grass roots, destroy the false opposition that is the GOP, and deny the regime its illusion of civil legitimacy.

          “He’s doing SOMETHING, it’s not extreme enough for you? You could do it better? By all means, run for office and show him how it’s done.”

          In other words, participate in my dispossession by going to work for $heldon Adel$on? Are you serious? No, you’re not. The problem is you haven’t thought it through. The GOP isn’t independent of the regime. GOPher Mo is not independent of the regime. He’s looking to further his prospects in the political class and is simply using YOU to help him.

          I want to bring the GOP down. So should you. If GOPher Mo was a serious patriot, then so would he! But he’s not serious. Mo will do what Republican politicos always do – that is, inspire false hope among the gullible and enhance his resume in “Roll Tide” territory. He simply cannot do otherwise!

          And as the world turns Republican hopes are built and dashed, crucial time is lost, repeat….

          • http://www.antenna.com Wholly Unconvinced

            Alright, I officially apologize for the d.b. Cooper accusation, since he has literally never gone into an in depth explanation of his vague and usually idiotic statements.

            I still don’t see your point as far as “down with the GOP” I’m not saying they aren’t corrupt down to their very marrow, but why waste energy and effort to “destroy” one head of the Hydra? That’s simply impossible as a lone voice on the internet. The only real alternative is the creation of a third party which stands expressly against their corruption, a gathering place for like minded individuals to pool together and try to gain a foothold in this country’s political cesspits.

            But then again, I think you know that’s more or less impossible at the moment as well, it’s simply not bad enough yet for us to have an American golden dawn.

            So I’m back to the “down with the GOP” … and all I can say is why? Why expend the massive amount of effort required to even make the tiniest dent in them, when again, there’s more heads to the Hydra than just Republicans. What happens when you “destroy the GOP”? Then we all fall under the loving all caring wing of the Dem’s?

            “If GOPher Mo was a serious patriot, then so would he!” How do you know he doesn’t? Because he isn’t saying that outright? I get what you’re saying, and I don’t disagree with most of it, but I also don’t see the point of targeting this guy, who is one of the few voices speaking out. Maybe he is a shill, maybe he doesn’t mean a word of it, but if he was strongly supported when preaching his “evil rayciss message” maybe a few politicians who aren’t yet corrupt would take notice, and move a bit to the right themselves.

            I guess the point, if I have one, is given how many filthy, blatantly corrupt pieces of excrement there are, dem and repub, why not attack them, already attack them first? Why silence a voice that’s already reading from a script which is aligned with the truth?

            Thanks for taking the time to write a response.

          • Glen

            “So I’m back to the “down with the GOP” … and all I can say is why? Why expend the massive amount of effort required to even make the tiniest dent in them, when again, there’s more heads to the Hydra than just Republicans.”

            Because the opposition provided by the GOP is false, fake, and non-existent. Supporting the GOP lends the illusion civil legitimacy to the oligarchy.

            “Why expend the “massive amount of effort required to even make the tiniest dent in them?”

            No need to expend effort on anything unless there is need. The dead haven’t need. You do.

            Still, massive effort is not required on your part. Don’t pull the lever. Don’t punch the card. Stay home. Or vote for the under/non-funded independent in your congressional district. Or get off your duff and become that independent candidate. Or….there are other alternatives requiring only a bit of imagination once a man begins to understand the nature of the problem.

            “What happens when you “destroy the GOP”? Then we all fall under the loving all caring wing of the Dem’s?”

            So what if we do fall under the Dems?

            Part of your problem (a problem shared by all disaffected Republicans including myself, at one time) is the belief that the private and public realms are separate. They are not. The realms are intertwined and interdependent. One effects the other. Disentanglement cannot be achieved simply by favoring one wing of the political class over the other. Both wings of the political class serve the oligarchy.

            The oligarchs sit in shadow, out of view. The political class owned by them administer the country openly, fooling the sheep (us) into believing that there are choices – that we have the power to influence their long-range goals by peaceful means (voting). The “division” in the political class, Democrats-Republicans, provide a veneer of civil legitimacy to the regime, with the Democrats representing social change and the Republicans pursuing capitalism on steroids.

            The oligarchs and the political class constitute the regime. Killing the GOP exposes the charade, denies the regime civil legitimacy, and forces them to choose between naked autocracy or backing off.

            Denying the regime civil legitimacy denies moral authority to its rule. This opens the path to revolution and secession.

            “How do you know he doesn’t? Because he isn’t saying that outright? I get what you’re saying, …”

            No, you don’t “get” what I’m saying.

            I am saying that it doesn’t matter what GOPher Mo says as long as its within limits, keeps the sheep in Roll Tide country rooting for African football players and voting Republican, tricks the sheep outside of the state into believing that there is hope for the Republican Party, and furthers the belief that the country can be saved through safe, peaceful, and risk-free means if only we find the right formula.

            GOPher Mo is either a tool or a fool. He’s no fool, so that leaves tool.

          • Glen

            “So I’m back to the “down with the GOP” … and all I can say is why? Why expend the massive amount of effort required to even make the tiniest dent in them, when again, there’s more heads to the Hydra than just Republicans.”

            Because the opposition provided by the GOP is false, fake, and non-existent. Supporting the GOP lends the illusion civil legitimacy to the oligarchy.

            Why expend the “massive amount of effort required to even make the tiniest dent in them”?

            No need to expend effort on anything unless there is need. The dead haven’t need. You do.

            Still, massive effort is not required on your part. Don’t pull the lever. Don’t punch the card. Stay home. Or vote for the under/non-funded independent in your congressional district. Or get off your duff and become that independent candidate. Or….there are other alternatives requiring only a bit of imagination once a man begins to understand the nature of the problem.

            “What happens when you “destroy the GOP”? Then we all fall under the loving all caring wing of the Dem’s?”

            So what if we do fall under the Dems?

            Part of your problem (a problem shared by all disaffected Republicans including myself, at one time) is the belief that the private and public realms are separate. They are not. The realms are intertwined and interdependent. One effects the other. Disentanglement cannot be achieved simply by favoring one wing of the political class over the other. Both wings of the political class serve the oligarchy.

            The oligarchs sit in shadow, out of view. The political class owned by them administer the country openly, fooling the sheep (us) into believing that there are choices – that we have the power to influence their long-range goals by peaceful means (voting). The “division” in the political class, Democrats-Republicans, provide a veneer of civil legitimacy to the regime, with the Democrats representing social change and the Republicans pursuing capitalism on steroids.

            The oligarchs and the political class constitute the regime. Killing the GOP exposes the charade, denies the regime civil legitimacy, and forces them to choose between naked autocracy or backing off.

            Denying the regime civil legitimacy denies moral authority to its rule. This opens the path to peaceful/violent revolution and secession.

            “How do you know he doesn’t? Because he isn’t saying that outright? I get what you’re saying, …”

            No, you don’t “get” what I’m saying.

            I am saying that it doesn’t matter what GOPher Mo says as long as its within limits, keeps the sheep in Roll Tide country rooting for African football players and voting Republican, tricks the sheep outside of the state into believing that there is hope for the Republican Party, and that the country can be saved through safe, peaceful, risk-free means if only we find the right formula.

            GOPher Mo is either a tool or a fool. He’s no fool.

      • Moe

        I’d agree with most of that. It may be time for GOP to get back in so there is some appearance of ‘change’ vs the Dems. The kinds of things that change are usually social & left-leaning (blacks, Immigration, health care etc) when Dems are in, and taxes go up. When Repubs are in, whites feel more at ease even as their numbers dwindle, and they feel the country is going down a little slower. These ‘oligarchs’ you speak of do have control, and what one factor is identical to both parties no matter what?

        Israel is our friend and it comes first, no matter what.

    • Manaphy

      It seems that Mo Brooks, Jeff Sessions, and Dave Brat are rays of hope for whites in the Republican Party. Unfortunately, it seems that those three (in that order) are all we’re going to get from mainstream politics….

      • http://www.antenna.com Wholly Unconvinced

        No! They’re corporate shills, evil henchmen of the left, you’re all just too stupid to see, down with the GOP, vote dem and destroy the Republican party! Blah blah blah….

        -D.B. Cooper

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    My reaction to his doubling down is much the same to my reaction to his initial comment. Too much universalism for my tastes, but at least enough of an acknowledgment that white people are a distinct group of people with group interests and people that can be victimized as a group.

    • HE2

      QD, yes, he equivocated some, but I still give him credit for saying what he did in the face of overwhelming odds against us.
      We are surrounded by enemies, biased media across the board, a partisan Supreme Court, ineffective, castrated congressmen, incompetent black bullies in high office, a corrupt judicial system, our formerly sacred institutions subverted. I could go on, but you get the picture.

      • proud white

        yes absolutely. there is so much I can say abt this subject I could talk for hours on it. but briefly, the only person someone has to blame for their failure is themselves and maybe their parents. low black and Spanish iq and around 70 % of children of blacks and Hispanics being born into single parent families is their fault . they say it is the evil white man’s fault. so the evil white man went into your brain and made you more stupid and somehow mad the men sleep with many women and the women gladly sleep with the men? RIDICULOUS! blacks and Hispanics say it must be discrimination. well point out the people who are discriminating and we will fire them. of course they couldn’t do this since discrimination isn’t happening. equal opportunity is what we have today (even though it is really unequal because affirmative action). equal outcome will never occur without artificial intervention for blacks and Hispanics just like equal outcome will never occur in the NBA for whites. one day in the near future white’s will be a minority. more blacks and Hispanics will be in power and the country will crash and burn and turn into the third world. blacks and Hispanics have no idea that the more they grow in numbers and take power, the closer we are to total chaos and destruction of the united states.

        • HE2

          @proud: Agree with your comment.
          To quote Paul Kersey commenting on the economic invaders and native gibsmedats, “we owe them nothing.”

    • bilderbuster

      He was doing the usual and practically quoting MLK about “skin color” and “content of character”.
      These days a White man begging for MLK’s supposed goals is considered “Right Wing Racism”.

      • http://www.antenna.com Wholly Unconvinced

        He was operating within the confines of the world we live in. Nothing is more frustrating to me than people who pull the “well I would have said THIS, he didn’t go far enough, he’s just toeing the line” from behind a keyboard. He’s doing SOMETHING, it’s not extreme enough for you? You could do it better? By all means, run for office and show him how it’s done. Good luck getting elected to the town council when your first speech is interrupted by jeering hisses and booing from the crowd as soon as you start to sound just the slightest bit non-pc.

        It’s not even a difficult concept to grasp, but some of us are so bitter we feel the need to attack anyone and everyone who doesn’t appear on national TV and say “blacks and Hispanics are mentally and culturally inferior to whites, they are THE problem with our country, and I plan to fix it” do you REALLY think they’d get away with that? People are literally brainwashed and indoctrinated for God’s sake, you can’t just force the “red pill” down their throat and expect them to wake up.

        He’s a politician, so a certain level of caution is warranted, but he’s also doing something, even if that something is only taking baby steps. instead of chastising him for not doing enough, we should lift him up and encourage him, he’s literally a lone voice of sanity in a sea of hate and vile filth, how hard do you think it is for him to speak up at all?

        • bilderbuster

          My point was that what he is saying was mainstream “middle of the road” talk just a few years ago.
          Just like what Brat’s platform is and now he’s called a “racist extremist”.

          • http://www.antenna.com Wholly Unconvinced

            You’re right, but like you said “a few years ago” we’re obviously being pushed backwards, and he is, essentially holding the line. I consider that to be commendable, not reason for rebuke. You can’t expect him to take a stand which would have been barely politically survivable 30 years ago, today when the nation has fallen so far.

            We can’t move push back if we are constantly retreating, and a single man can’t charge through enemy lines by himself without expecting to be slaughtered. He is holding his ground, and he needs as many people as possible to stand shoulder to shoulder with him before they can advance.

          • antiquesunlight

            Saying there’s a war on whites was definitely not mainstream a few years ago.

        • Harry Savannah

          Check it out. Wholley Unconvinced is wholley convinced by Brooks’ wholley unconvincing bleat (let’s see, do I have that right? Uh, yes). Moniker change suggested: should be “Easily Convinced.”

          • http://www.antenna.com Wholly Unconvinced

            Witty. Guess i’s jus’ a gullible idiot. I’ll have to learn from you, and attack men who actually take action, however slight, as opposed to fighting bravely from behind their keyboard like a TRUE warrior!

            Lesson learned, sensei, I beg your mercy.

      • Usually Much Calmer

        Calvinball!

  • Anglokraut

    Just call it “discrimination” or “racism”; those words are not the sole property of non-Whites. The terms “reverse discrimination” and “reverse racism” are as cringe-worthy and vapid as “irregardless”.

    • Spikeygrrl

      I could not agree more. Racism is racism, regardless of who’s doing it to whom. The tired trope that “only Whites can be racist is prima fascie poppycock.

    • RPG

      Don’t be silly. Only whitey is capable of racism because we are morally bankrupt subhuman scum whose white privilege blinds us to the fact that powerless peoples like Obama, Jarrett, and Holder are incapable of racism because they are clearly voiceless and oppressed.

      • http://www.marxisminusa.com/ manassamauler

        We should follow our higher consciences and donate to all those poor filthy rich victims like jamie foxx and denzel washington;.

    • Paleoconn

      I think the reason they like ‘reverse discrimination’ as an expression is that they mean to say we started it.

      • Anglokraut

        Just like the Federalists smeared their opposition with the term Anti-Federalist. It worked, too.

  • D.B. Cooper

    STILL, too many whites (straight, white guys at that!) totally disagree with Brooks.

    • Chasmania

      The indoctrination is strong with those beta males.

    • frank

      because they are afraid of being black balled by the Zionist media they are afraid they will lose everything

  • Dave4088

    I’m thrilled to be proven wrong in thinking Brooks would roll over and assume the position within 24 hours. Still, I wish he would have cited specifics such as demographic warfare against whites via immigration and the new FAA hiring practices that use “biographical data” to make blatantly racial hiring decision in favor of afro-mericans and mestizos among numerous other things.

    • 4321realist

      “I wish he would have cited specifics such as demographic warfare against whites….”

      Me too, but more important than that right now we need other high profile figures to say the same thing in support.

      If that happens, we need the talk show people to get onboard to “report” on the assertions, and by so doing create a narrative and a dialogue, getting into various examples of the issues you mentioned and others.

      I imagine callers into their shows will offer overwhelming incidents of bias and hate they have experienced. The left well knows that simply whining and complaining about an injustice will give it legitimacy.

      Colin Flaherty brought black on white mob attacks to the public consciousness simply by reporting on them without giving reasons as to why they are occurring. And if somebody wants to call his reporting racism to shut him up, he tells them simply to prove his reporting is wrong, because that’s all he is doing.

      Reporters of white bias and hate could do the same by demanding proof to the contrary.

    • Paleoconn

      Agreed, he seemed to only talk about a war of words on Whites by Dem politicians. Nothing about his own RINO colleagues boosting for amnesty, ie. a real-world war on Whites.

  • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

    There IS a war on whites, but not exactly because of the reasons expressed by Alabaman Mo Brooks. He’s got some of it wrong and some is unsaid.

    Unsaid is the hatred of whites by Obama, Holder, the mainstream media, feminists, university professors–and the other usual suspects. Until you get at Obama/Holder’s hate, you’re leaving a lot out.

    Separation of the races, referred to by Brooks, is not a problem. In fact, it’s a good thing. To claim that the races, in the absence of Obama, etc., are going to come together to create some racial utopia is nonsense.

    I wish there was someone in politics who would say, “yeah, we need to separate, repatriate, and negotitate blacks out of our lives.” Won’t happen.

    But half a loaf is better than none. Just saying the words “war on whites” is a damn good start.

    • NotTooSwift

      I agree with the Obama, Holder, media, et al factor. Another is the fact that whites are the only race which does not “take to the streets” nor has mainstream defense groups similar to NAACP or Jewish Anti-Defamation League. We do, however, have whiners such as Bill “War On Christmas” O’Reilly and Rep. Brooks.

      I remember right after the OJ verdict was announced, a white 30-something guy in a 3 piece suit on Wall Street was asked his impression by a news-babe. His answer was “how do you riot”.

      We whites complain a lot among ourselves, then roll over and play dead. It’s all rhetoric and no action.

      We must never forget that we still own the store and we should act that way.

      End of rant.

      • Sick of it

        “We must never forget that we still own the store and we should act that way.”

        We should never be afraid to use that good old Louisville Slugger behind the counter.

        • frank

          we don’t own that much of the store anymore, the Zionists have taken over a lot of the big corporations especially the banking industry and the media,, if you control the media you control the country , just ask Ralph Roberts at Comcast

      • Strichtplatte

        Isolate the jews into ghettoes first, all of them, and most if not all economic and social problems will correct themselves. Get the jews out of the ADMINISTRATION of the government which is the place where they do the most damage. I can remember walking into a republican senators office and seeing all the faces and names, the office was nearly full of jews. After said republican gets axed and a democrat takes his place the very same group of office workers got to keep their jobs. Just look at an old city map of say Damascus Syria or Fez in Morocco in National Geographic. The jews quarter is always a block away from the Royal Palace or connected to the building itself. Jews go for the jugular, I mean gold. Read the Book Of RUTH in the old testament. It is a frightening story because the same thing is happening in the USA. The “holiday”Purim is a celebration of the killing of 70,000 Persian government employees and family members the jews tricked the Persian king into executing so they, the jews, could steal the national treasury. Does that not sound familiar?

  • Luca

    His honesty is non-apologetic, revolutionary and refreshing. And we need more of it.

    • 4321realist

      I agree.

      We need more of it, but we need it right now from SEVERAL people on the right, politicians and pundits.

  • RPG

    Pleasantly surprised that Brooks is standing his ground.
    The gates of hell are about to open on him.
    The weapon of mass deception media, and those who own it, simply cannot allow a White American to stand up for White Americans. If Brooks is allowed to get away with it without being destroyed, there’s no telling who may start standing up, speaking out, and fighting back next.. And even more terrifying; what if inattentive Whites, or worse yet, Whites who have been guilted into submission, hear what Brooks is saying and wake up to what is actually being done to them and their country. Expect all kinds of ugliness to be spit at Brooks from this point out. Vicious attacks on him, his intelligence, integrity, his family. He must be made to pay dearly. Watch.

    • Anglokraut

      If this story isn’t just buried like the Knoxville Horror, the media will find SOMEone, SOMEwhere, who will swear up and down that Brooks said the “N” word, and it’ll be Paula Deen all over.

    • Usually Much Calmer

      Well, if you are so convinced that is his inevitable fate, call his office to help his camp weather it.

      (202) 225-4801.

      Only takes a minute.

  • HJ11

    I was waiting for Brooks to snivel and take back his remarks, but he’s standing firm and even expanding on them. I don’t care for the PC stuff he throws in, but I won’t quibble. He’s on the right track. Good to see a White guy stand up for Whites.

  • JohnEngelman

    Mo Brooks should have been specific enough to condemn affirmative action.

  • Epiminondas

    If you think it’s bad now, just wait until we are the minority.

  • MadmanMarz

    There has been a war on whites for along time, maybe finally folks are starting to get it…I hope.

    • AndrewInterrupted

      Nicolas Stix calls the crime: convicted of being White while breathing.

  • AndrewInterrupted

    Hey you guys, go over to Mediate and help out LAcountyRedneck with some up-thumbs.

    • LACountyRedneck

      Haha….thanks, Andrew. Better even still if those here went there and had some fun! Click onto the original article and post a few comments. You’ll likely get hammered by a few of Obama’s brothers and sons.

      • AndrewInterrupted

        I think we do more good poaching Libtard sites than we do here. We’re just preaching to the choir here. No minds to flip.

        • LACountyRedneck

          Exactly. Gotta get our hands dirty once in a while.

  • WR_the_realist

    I wish people would stop using the term “reverse discrimination”. It’s just plain discrimination. That quibble aside, Mo Brooks is one of the few politicians in Washington, D.C. who is willing to tell the truth. John Engelman, can you find me one Democratic congressmen willing to do that?

    • Dave West

      The last Democrat that has been willing to tell the truth in this way was probably a Dixie-crat from the 1960’s or ’70’s.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Brooks doubled down on NewsmaxTV today

    Sounds like Mr. Brooks is representing his voters instead of wasting time by pandering to Hispanics and blacks like his GOP colleagues.

    Nice to finally see a pol speaking up for Whites FOR ONCE.

    If leftist are freaking out about it, then it must be a truth they don’t want spoken.

    hurt their appeal to Hispanic voters.

    Hillary Clinton’s welfare plantation is what appeals to Hispanic voters.

    • http://www.antenna.com Wholly Unconvinced

      And the hits just keep on coming!

  • Augustus3709

    Every White person should ask every politician,

    “What are you going to do for the White Community?”

    And yes, my vote depends on your answer.

  • Dave West

    Wow he actually stood his ground! I expected to do the usual cowardly white male Republican squabble after telling the truth. “I’m not a racist,” “I’m sorry if I offended anyone, our country is stronger because of our diversity.” “I am the strongest supporter of the African-Amaerican community.”

    He’s could be an Amren reader, and for all we know he could be one of the regulars who comment here!

  • john

    Good news.
    “Deviding by race” is good, the republicans should get with the program.

    It’s not “depraved”, neither is it “repugnant”.
    Non deracinated whites should work both sides.

  • Pro_Whitey

    Oh, no, he di’n’t!

  • none of your business

    Here is a tale of a typical black affirmative action govt hire. Maybe you would never apply for a govt job but this is the kind of thing that happens when govt, education medical and now air traffic controllers are hired on the sole basis of non White race.

    IMMIGRATION OFFICIAL ARRESTED FOR ILLEGALLY BRINGING IMMIGRANT FROM GHANA

    On Wednesday, a U.S. immigration official was arrested by federal officers for helping to arrange for a man from Ghana to illegally enter the country.
    Samuel Nyanteng, 33, was arrested at his home in New Jersey on August 6 for filing false documents and making false statements to allow the Ghanaian, who is thus far unnamed in reports, to immigrate to the US.
    Nyanteng, Ghanaian by birth and a naturalized U.S. Citizen, has been working as an immigration services assistant at the Newark office of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for three years.

    Nyanteng was about to be given a promotion until the arrest occurred.

    At the time of the arrest, officials also served a search warrant on Nyanteng’s home.

    “Nyanteng has been charged with perjury, false swearing, and conspiracy,” the Star-Ledger reported. “Bail has been set at $30,000 with a 10 percent option, and he is expected to make his first court appearance later this week.”
    The arrest was made by officers with Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray’s office and officials of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its division of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

    Many Whites don’t even think about affirmative action if it has not affected their jobs. The fact that most govt agencies are staffed by non Whites often foreign should tell Whites what our govt plans for us.

  • http://www.amren.com/ Michael Christopher Scott

    I would go farther than Mr. Brooks by saying that not only is active discrimination against whites – especially heterosexual white males – allowed, in many cases it is actually mandatory, via contract set-asides, affirmative action hiring quotas, and so-on.

  • rickj2

    It should not be a surprise since Middle-class and Working-class white males are the ONLY categories that have no benefits under Affirmative Action. All the benefits to the “others” is at the expense of white males. Case Closed.

    Maybe we should “strike.”

    • Periapsis

      Sooner or later, white males will strike, and not just by refusing to work.

  • ray

    Well it’s a start. Wonder how many decades it’ll take for a U.S. elected official to point out the (glaringly obvious) fact that boys and men are second-class citizens, under constant attack from our Gender and Ideological Superiors? That fatherhood and masculinity have been criminalized and destroyed systematically in America for the past half-century? Not much political capital in that truth. Wouldn’t be an Elected Official for long!
    One of our ‘leaders’ ought to get around to that REAL SOON lol…. probly a few years after the whole Hypocritical Hatefest crashes.

  • Cid Campeador

    Rep. Brooks isn’t understating the situation. The “War” on Whites has been going on for the last 40-50 years!
    Steve Malzberg ( he’s always had the cojones to tell it “like it is”), must remember the words of the late great Bob Grant who during the 80s said “Ladies and Gentlemen, War has been declared on us (Whites) but we haven’t figured it out yet”. Here we are in 2014 and some of us STILL haven’t figured it out.

    • Corpus_Innominata

      That’s the American war on whites. From a full worldly historical perspective it’s been going on for much, much longer.

  • letstalkcandidly

    What nonsense – this “conservatives are just friends of the upwardly mobile”, “all capitalists are greedy and hate the poor” narrative we hear repeated by leftists in America. It is, and has been for decades now, the policies of conservatives, and the actions of capitalists, that have increased the standard of living of everyone, and in particular, has created an ever-expanding and financially comfortable middle class, in America. If we had relied upon the socialism of the left, as often reflected in Democratic policy, most of us would still be in the poor house. If some of the rich have gotten richer on the way to pushing the rest of us out of poverty, well, congratulations to them. What is it about Democrats, that they can’t stand to see success. They just seem to love to push everyone down, to celebrate mediocrity and misery instead of embracing the wonderful “half-full” vision of America that conservatives do?