Posted on March 15, 2021

Big White Lies

Hezekiah Kantor, American Greatness, March 13, 2021

“This government has failed us . . . We need a self-help program, a do-it-yourself philosophy, a do-it-right-now philosophy, an it’s-already-too-late philosophy.”— Malcolm X, “The Ballot or the Bullet”

Anew poll of more than 1,000 registered voters released by Echelon Insights offers a startling glimpse into the psyche of Joe Biden supporters. Among Democrats, the top three issues over which they say they are “extremely” or “very concerned” are “Donald Trump supporters,” “white nationalism,” and “systemic racism.”

Among the actions Biden took during his first week in the White House was to rescind President Trump’s ban on critical race theory training in the federal government. We can now expect the cultural revolution to resume in the federal bureaucracy, a bureaucracy that will now explicitly demonize huge segments of what is (supposed to be) our country.

My purpose, however, is not to criticize our ruling regime. No, I’m here to criticize psychologically conquered white people and to denounce white liberal supremacy. The former constitute so much of the governing class within the Republican Party and the latter are at the top of every major U.S. institution, public and private. It is time to be critical of the innumerable half-truths and white lies that pass for discourse in our decadent age.


Who is a “white supremacist” according to our ruling regime? According to students at the University of Washington, it is George Washington. Who is a “white nationalist?” Apparently, it is anyone who objects to open borders, reads Patrick Buchanan, or worked for Donald Trump.

This is where we are as a people. We are in a world where, after an elderly man who happens to be Asian is killed by a criminal who happens to be black, the regime and its sycophants decide to solve the problem by marching against . . . white supremacy? The generalized outbreak of violence against Asians by non-Asians is the fault of . . . white supremacy?

We live in a world in which Coca-Cola corporate training encourages employees to be “less white.” And the California Department of Education this week will consider whether or not to adopt a curriculum that explicitly calls for students to “name, speak to, resist, and transform the hegemonic Eurocentric neocolonial condition” in a posture of “transformational resistance” to “decolonize” American society and establish a new regime of “countergenocide” and “counterhegemony,” which will displace white Christian culture and lead to the “regeneration of indigenous epistemic and cultural futurity.” Got all that?

Here we are, living in a country where whites (still the largest part of the population in the United States, but with a minority of the children under age 16) are rapidly becoming pariahs in their own country and in which “white” has become a kind of profanity. Why?

Because white Americans allowed it. Because white lies pay.

Try getting a job in the globalist occupation regime while openly rebuking its slogans about “white privilege.” See how quickly you are promoted when you argue explicitly that the founders were great men and builders of a great nation. You won’t get promoted, to say the least. Refuse to lie about your history and the history of your ancestors and you’ll run into a brick wall. {snip}

Because people are social creatures, too many either allow themselves to be silenced or simply regurgitate the required slogans of our new regime. To do otherwise not only means you will be shunned and canceled by leftists, but you’ll also have plenty of passenger-seat-conservatives piling on to spray gasoline into the public dumpster fire that is your cancellation as well.


Just as vile as the explicitly anti-white regime which stretches from K Street to Congress to the White House to Hollywood to Silicon Valley are the many “conservatives” who fail on two points. Namely, they refuse to name and denounce what is happening. And they refuse to defend their constituents from attacks based on their race. Why do so many “conservatives” and “Republicans” refuse to denounce the anti-white regime and to defend their overwhelmingly white constituents?

Because they are embarrassed that you are their largest constituency.

They are blushing from shame because, still, 81 percent of self-identified Republicans are white. For them this fact doesn’t represent a clarion call that defines who the Republican base is and who they ought to fight for. Instead, this fact is a clarion call that they need to do something, anything, to disassociate from and escape the unbearable whiteness of their party.


The ruling-class Left openly cultivates, promotes, and turns out their voting blocs. They are explicit in saying they need to increase the turnout of blacks, Hispanics, Asians, gays, and unmarried women. They work hard to do so. Then they reward their client base by doling out patronage. It’s that simple.

Do Republican leaders do anything similar for their demographic base? Of course not. Because deep down they believe what the ruling regime says about us. They’re ashamed of you because they value being seen as “non-racist” by those who detest us in order to get head pats from the ruling regime for being “good conservatives.” There is no length to which they will not go to avoid standing up for their, say it with me, white constituents.


How to escape this trap? For me, it came in realizing that in this moment “whiteness” is a concept defined and used almost entirely by anti-whites against white people. Whiteness is a cudgel.


If I want to raise your taxes, all I have to do is associate your whiteness with your money and I have forced you into the false dilemma of defending it or your savings.

Oh, and yes, your whiteness is evil and racist; and if you object to this definition, it proves you are even more evil and racist.

So, which will you choose? Will you defend both your money and your whiteness? {snip}


This much I know: a revitalized and restorationist Republican Party will never take shape until white America finally gets off its knees.