Posted on March 10, 2022

‘Unconditional War’ on Racism

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, March 10, 2022

That is to say, war on whites.

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Last month, 34 members of congress introduced a bill called “Declaring unconditional war on racism and invidious discrimination and providing for the establishment of a Cabinet-level Department of Reconciliation charged with eliminating racism and invidious discrimination.”

Everyone has heard of “racism,” but what is “invidious discrimination”?

It is a legal term that means “treating a class of persons unequally in a manner that is malicious, hostile, or damaging.”

The “classes” are the usual race, religion, sexual orientation, etc. This bill in Congress would establish a brand-new cabinet-level department called the “Department of Reconciliation” to wage this unconditional war against discrimination. It would have a budget of at least 10 percent of the defense budget, which is now $730 billion. The Department of Reconciliation would therefore have at least $73 billion to spend every year. That is three times NASA’s budget and twice as much as the entire State Department. The secretary of reconciliation would set a “comprehensive national strategy” to eliminate discrimination.

What prompted this bill? ­­As the preamble explains, “the protestations in the aftermath of the tragic death of George Floyd are a clear indication that it has become necessary for Congress to take decisive, immediate and long-term legislative action.”

In other words, rioters know best.

What is unconditional war on racism? I suppose it means to require unconditional surrender, which is “a surrender in which no guarantees are given to the surrendering party. It is often demanded with the threat of complete destruction, extermination or annihilation.”

The Prophet Mohammed, peace be upon him, liked unconditional surrenders. In 627, his men besieged the Banu Qurayza, a tribe of Jews living in northern Arabia. This is a Muslim depiction of them accepting unconditional surrender.

The bottom part of the illustration suggests what happened next. In the top row are the men, bareheaded, with their hands tied together.

Every one of them – some 600 to 900 – were beheaded. Below them are women and children. Mohammed’s men kept them as slaves.

In 1836, Santa Anna offered unconditional surrender to the defenders of the Alamo.

He was as good as his word; his soldiers killed every Texan and, for good measure, shot and bayonetted their bodies. It appears that this war on racism is to be a war of extermination.

Needless to say, sponsors of the bill are exclusively Democrat. It was introduced by Al Green of Texas.

At a 2019 hearing with the CEOs of major banks, he asked them why they were all white men, and asked the boss of JP Morgan Chase whether his bank had made money from slavery.

Of the 33 co-sponsors, 22 are black, including the usual hot heads, such as Maxine Waters, Ilhan Omar, Bobby Rush, and Bennie Thompson. Another sponsor is Hank Johnson, who is said to be a Buddhist. During a hearing in 2011, he worried about the effects of a troop buildup on Guam: 1:-15 – 1:32

In a 2014 poll of Congressional aids, he was voted both the most clueless, and the worst speaker.

Maxine Waters, also a sponsor, is distinguished in other ways. 0:39 – 0:49

There are four Hispanic co-sponsors, and one Palestinian: Rashida Tlaib, bless her heart. Five white people among these 34 sponsors.

The bill never mentions anti-racism swami Ibram X. Kendi, but I think he inspired this bill.

Mr. Kendi says “Americans should pass an anti-racist amendment to the U.S. Constitution that enshrines two guiding anti-racist principals: Racial inequity is evidence of racist policy and the different racial groups are equals.”

Because blacks are just as smart and hard-working as whites, if whites are doing better it can only be because of racism. As he told the New York Times in 2018, “When I see racial disparities, I see racism.”

And the way to get rid of these disparities is simple: discriminate against whites. In a June 2020 interview, he explained that racial discrimination doesn’t have to be racist. “The defining question is whether the discrimination is creating equity or inequity. If discrimination is creating equity, then it is antiracist.”

Discrimination is therefore fine, if it’s against white people.

Mr. Kendi also wants a new cabinet level department, but his would be called the Department of Antiracism. It would be staffed with people who think just like him and they would have the power to veto any law or regulation – passed at any level of government in the entire United States – if it doesn’t fight racism. It would be vastly more powerful than the Supreme Court. In fact, you could get rid of the Supreme Court.

This would be a dictatorship for the sole purpose of making blacks equal to whites. As anyone who has studied race differences knows, that’s impossible. It would be a tyranny and would eventually drive out all white people. To those who criticize his plans for a racial dictatorship, Mr. Kendi replies: “I know, you want the freedom, the civil liberty, to be racist, to enslave, to segregate, to exploit, to exclude.”

Right. All we want to do is bring back slavery.

The billionaire founder of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, thinks this dangerous nut is wonderful: “Jack Dorsey donates $10 million to Ibram X. Kendi’s center on antiracism.”

Mr. Kendi’s book, How to be an Antiracist has sold more than two million copies, and he has his eye on your children, with a hot, new board book called Antiracist Baby.

But back to this declaration of unconditional war, which has been referred to the Judiciary Committee. Will there be hearings? If there were even a glimmer of sanity in Congress, experts would testify on race and IQ, but there’s no chance of that. I’ll be keeping an eye on this bill.

In the meantime, how about this? “Supporters say they have the votes in the House to pass a reparations bill.”

The first version of this bill was introduced 30 years ago, and now it could conceivably pass. As recently as 2008, during his first campaign for President, Barack Obama said he opposed reparations, but he was just putting on a show. “In an interview last year, Obama said that reparations are ‘justified’ but the ‘politics of White resistance and resentment’ made the issue a ‘nonstarter’ during his presidency.”

California governor Gavin Newsome has already signed a bill to study and recommend reparations for California’s blacks. Move there quickly, black people!

If it took the country 30 years to get serious about reparations, Mr. Kendi’s racial dictatorship might take – how many years? – ten? Fifteen? Some blacks would get the ball rolling by tearing up the Constitution. Just last week, “MSNBC Legal Commentator Claims the US Constitution is ‘Kind of Trash’.”

That’s because the framers were white slaveholders and didn’t consult anyone who looks like him. Elie Mystal went to Harvard College and Harvard Law School, where he was no doubt viciously oppressed, so he knows best. Once you throw out the Constitution, there need be no obstacle to punishing and exploiting whites any way you like.

Twenty or even 10 years ago, a declaration of “unconditional war” on racism would be ridiculed as much as the now fashionable idea of declaring “racism” a “public health crisis.” The real point is this: There are people who want to reduce whites to a kind of peonage, and there are more of them all the time.

We can’t compromise with these people. They have to go their way and we have to go ours, and the sooner we start thinking about that, the better.