AR Staff, American Renaissance, November 1, 2019
Here is an example of the sort of thing many people like.
It got no fewer than 88,000 likes, though the account has since disappeared.
This tweet is a video of rapper “YG” kicking a Trump supporter off the stage when he refused to say “F*ck Donald Trump.”
LOL best thing all night pic.twitter.com/mQiIgTSjTo
— mαríα (@mariaavlz_) October 28, 2019
Here, a black man wrapped his fist in the colors of black nationalism and thrust it into the air while the national anthem was played a football game. The tweet got more than 180,000 likes.
old white bitches can never mind their business https://t.co/Bo6hWy9qrT
— YG IS FUCKING TRASH (@NajFromDa772) October 22, 2019
Teen Vogue tells its young readers to “confront fellow white people,” but to know “when to be quiet” when blacks and other privileged minorities are talking. “Do not speak over people of color,” says the article.
It shouldn’t always be the responsibility of black people and people of color to educate white people on how they are being racist. https://t.co/vbwum2ozrp
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) October 31, 2019
In a tweet that got over 1,400 likes, “feminist next door” says white society has not been sufficiently “reprogrammed.”
No, it does not irk me when people say true things. I’m white. White people are racist, sometimes intentionally, but nearly always unconsciously. Reprogramming takes serious work because racism is engrained in our society. It offends me that it’s true, not that someone said so. https://t.co/S03PJFMYeU
— feminist next door (@emrazz) October 31, 2019
Michelle Obama has thoughts on white flight. (The Obamas have a house in Martha’s Vineyard.)
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) October 31, 2019
Ira Madison, host of a political talk show, seems to think whites don’t have the right notice patterns.
Lot of cities whose common denominator just seems to be… black people
— Ira Madison III (@ira) October 30, 2019
#Thread I’m gonna break this down one time for the Beckys in the back. This tweet is about my personal feelings about how “sis” gets taken up by white women toward black women. I use the words I & me & the phrase “in my experience” to indicate that. https://t.co/pU1SQXvCB6
— Sami TwerkedWithLizzo Schalk (@DrSamiSchalk) October 31, 2019
“TyroneResists” also uses the slur “Becky,” and doesn’t like Crate and Barrel.
Crate and Barrel has long been disgusting. A cornucopia of cultural appropriation. It’s like Reddit for a high end Becky. https://t.co/1UOjY8C7GU
— TyroneResists (@TyroneNewsom) October 29, 2019
Here’s a nice one from one of our favorites, Saira Rao.
Being in predominantly white spaces is devastating and violent and not safe.
— saira rao (@sairasameerarao) October 28, 2019
Frederick Joseph, who has appeared on our site before promoting anti-police conspiracy theories, says:
If white people want me to stop criticizing white people about racism, stop being racist so I have nothing to criticize.
— Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) October 30, 2019
Of course, since whites are racist no matter what, Mr. Joseph will always have reason to criticize us.
Here Mr. Joseph calls for violence.
— Frederick Joseph (@FredTJoseph) October 28, 2019
And “Benjamin Tuttle” doesn’t want to stop with words, either.
— this emoji🥴but hot (@whysimonewhy) October 29, 2019
All this is brought to you from Twitter, where Jared Taylor is banned, and if you tweet out an American Renaissance article, your followers have to click through a warning if they want to read it.
Too violent, you know.