Posted on June 9, 2023

The Desperate Search for White Supremacists

Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, June 9, 2023

Even non-whites are caught in the dragnet.

Thumbnail credit: © Allison Dinner/ZUMA Wire

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Joe Biden loves saying it, and last month he did it again: “Biden Says ‘White Supremacy’ Most Dangerous Threat To U.S.”

He was just quoting his top cops. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro “Mayorkas says White supremacists pose ‘most prominent threat’ to US homeland.”

Same thing from the FBI:  “White supremacists ‘pose the primary threat’ of lethal domestic terrorism.”

Likewise, “[Attorney General] Merrick Garland: Advocates for ‘superiority of the White race’ pose greatest threat to Americans.”

The media are just as worried. The authors of this scholarly study looked through thousands of articles, counting the frequency of certain words.

Here is how often “white supremacy” appeared, between 2010 and 2019, in the Washington Post (the red line) and New York Times (the blue line).

The increase in 10 years was 4,196 percent for the Times and 5,931 percent for the Post. Until 2017, there wasn’t enough white supremacy even to talk about it, and then bang, it was everywhere. I’m sure the Times and the Post agree that “white supremacists [are] the ‘most persistent and lethal’ threat in the US.”

And it happened so suddenly! How awful.

But what is white supremacy? Wikipedia has a whole page on it. “White supremacy is the belief that white people are superior to those of other races and thus should dominate them.”

Whites should dominate other races.

How many whites want to dominate everyone else? And how? Bring back slavery? As Wikipedia notes, white supremacy “was a key justification for European colonialism.” Well, yes, it was.

If there’s a strong movement to recolonize the Philippines, I guess I missed it.

I have patiently explained to reporters – some not obviously stupid – that “white supremacy” is a historic term that doesn’t apply to today’s white people. Racially conscious Americans want to be left alone. They don’t want to dominate anybody.

And if white supremacy is “the most persistent and lethal threat” to America, who’s pushing it? Wikipedia doesn’t name even one person. But it does list “white separatists,” who are apparently part of a “social movement that seeks the separation of white people from people of other races.”

That isn’t domination at all, but then Wikipedia pulls a switcheroo and says, “white separatism cannot be meaningfully separated from white supremacy.”

Huh? Wanting to go your own way and leave other people alone is the same thing as wanting to dominate them? Well, here are 30 “notable white separatists,” who are apparently also “white supremacists,” and who are therefore “the most persistent and lethal threat” to the country.

Twelve of them are dead. Of the 18 survivors, three are foreigners. Of the 15 living Americans, only six are under the age of 70. But – uh oh – here is your servant, in perfect alphabetical order, apparently a “persistent and lethal threat.”

And I hope I am: A persistent and lethal threat to the preposterous foolishness we are supposed to believe about race.

The actual Wiki article about me makes no prissy distinctions between separatists and supremacists. It says I’m an “American white supremacist” and that’s that.

So, where does this fantasy about the terrifying danger of white supremacy come from? Almost exclusively from the ADL, the Anti-Defamation League, which puts out an annual report on “murder and extremism.”

In this excellent article, Gregory Hood of American Renaissance looked up every one of the 19 cases of so-called right-wing extremism that the ADL dug up for 2021.

In only one did a white man, this guy named Nathan Allen, kill a non-white for racial reasons. Only one.

Three of the 19 killers were black, and two of them killed whites for racial reasons.

The other 15 white killers were career criminals, losers, and crazy people, whose motives were not racial – despite the swastika tattoo on one of these guys.

To trot these people out and then yell about the danger of “white supremacy” is the worst sort of mendacity.

This year’s ADL report, which covers last year, is just as mendacious. Even the cover is a lie. Look at all those crosshairs and images of victims.

This time the league has counted a total of 25 homicides for 2022 that it says were “extremist-related,” and by implication, white supremacist terror.

Five of these people were killed at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs by a lapsed Mormon named Anderson Lee Aldrich.

Credit Image: © Colorado Springs Police Department via ZUMA Press Wire Service

The ADL says he is a neo-Nazi, but does not tell you that four of the five people he killed at Club Q, as it was called, were white.

Mr. Aldrich’s lawyers say he is non-binary, and is a “they/them,” but the ADL wants you to think this was white supremacy.

One killing was by an alleged one-time member of a motorcycle gang called the Nazi Low Riders, and that’s all it takes for the ADL to say it was right-wing extremism. A story on the guy last month mentions no political or racial motive. This is pure ADL baloney.

Here is a white prison inmate who stabbed a black prisoner to death. No news story says anything about a racial motive. More ADL baloney.

The ADL must be so pleased that Payton Gendron just about singlehandedly kept their report from being a complete fairy tale.

Credit Image: © Liu Yanan/Xinhua via ZUMA Press

He is the 18-year-old white guy  who killed 10 black people at the Tops Friendly Market in Buffalo.

This maniac thought he was going to start a race war, and after the white people won, a grateful President would pardon him.

A true psycho, but he was the only unambiguous case of racial terror the ADL could find all year.

Credit Image: © Erie County DA/ZUMA Press Wire Service

One incident and 10 deaths out of a total of 26,031 homicides for the year.

Not exactly a threat to America.

That is why America desperately needs white terrorists. Any it can get its hands on. And that’s why we get boneheaded articles like this one in the New Yorker: “The Rise of Latino White Supremacy.”

It explains that Hispanics can come down with “aspirational whiteness,” or trying to be white when they’re not. That would be Enrique Tarrio of the Proud Boys, Nick Fuentes, and George Zimmerman, who shot Trayvon Martin.

Credit Image: © Allison Dinner/ZUMA Wire

“Latino white-supremacist thinking [is] another marker of Latino assimilation at a time when white-power ideology is spreading rapidly at home and abroad.”

Hispanics are assimilating so well, they are becoming white supremacists! They’re going to rule over other Hispanics? Yes, the article really is that stupid.

Here’s another bonehead, a black guy who teaches at Harvard and BU.

He says, “certain non-white people who espouse white supremacist ideologies will benefit by virtue of their proximity to the privileges and power that come with whiteness in America.”

You get privileges and power by espousing white supremacy? I’m clearly not trying hard enough.

It’s hard to find stuff this crazy. It’s part of the new state religion of anti-whiteness I talked about a couple of weeks ago.

You can gin up a panic over white supremacy only through shameless mendacity and claims that are pure nonsense. The whole thing falls apart at the slightest touch.

And that is why dissidents have to be muzzled. It’s why I mustn’t have a YouTube channel or a Twitter account or a Facebook page. Fortunately, our rulers can’t censor everyone, and their house of cards gets shakier every day.