Watch Out for BIPOC White Supremacists!
Jared Taylor, American Renaissance, July 28, 2023
They come in all colors and they’re everywhere.
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This spring we have had some confusing warnings: White supremacy is so sneaky, so dangerous, so seductive that it is sucking BIPOCs into its toils. And, as you know, “Biden officials testify that white supremacists are greatest domestic security threat,” so if this evil comes in all colors, that’s really bad news.
I’ve tried very hard to understand this, but I’ve failed. The mildest version seems to be this: “White supremacy is anything we lefties don’t like, and there are BIPOCs who do these things, too, so they must be white supremacists.” The stronger version is whiteness is inherently bad, so any bad non-whites are actually just acting white.
Take “The Rise of Latino White Supremacy,” which appeared in the New Yorker in May.
It’s written by a Geraldo Cadava, who presumably knows about Latinos. He says Hispanics are assimilating so beautifully that they have assimilated all the way to the essence of whiteness: white supremacy. His proof? He says that when he wrote the article, there had been 21 mass shootings in Texas alone, and that “in at least four of them, the shooters were Latino.”
If that makes them white supremacists, there are an awful lot of black white supremacists in Chicago and St. Louis.
The author lists other Hispanic white supremacists. George Zimmerman, who shot Trayvon Martin in self-defense.
And Mr. Cadava has dug up someone named Pete Garcia – from the 1950s! – who didn’t want blacks moving into his Dallas neighborhood. I could find him plenty of Hispanics today who don’t want blacks moving in. All white supremacists, no doubt.
Mr. Cadava rolls out Enrique Tarrio of the Proud Boys, just about everyone’s favorite BIPOC white supremacist.
Yes, he burned a BLM banner. Only white supremacists don’t like BLM. But here’s the clincher. Mr. Tarrio was found guilty of seditious conspiracy, in connection with the Jan 6 riot. You see, anyone in DC that day was a white supremacist.
So, get ready to worry about “Latino white-supremacist thinking—another marker of Latino assimilation at a time when white-power ideology is spreading rapidly at home and abroad.”
The more Hispanics assimilate, the more horrible they become.
Christopher Rhodes, who teaches at Harvard and BU, also explains “Why ‘white’ supremacists are not always white.”
Joey Gibson, who started the group “Patriot Prayer” is half-Japanese and calls himself non-white.
Wikipedia says Patriot Prayer did nothing more than put on pro-gun, pro-Trump rallies and clash with lefties.
And this guy, Ali Alexander, helped organize the Stop the Steal rally that took place before the Capitol riot.
Another BIPOC white supremacist.
Kanye West, is of course, a black white supremacist.
Christopher Rhodes says he’s a dangerous role model: ‘It’s no wonder that younger, more marginalised Black and brown men have been drawn into the fold of these hateful communities.”
And, because some Asians say race preferences in college admissions hurt them, it means “Asian American Conservatives Have Become Key Allies of White Supremacy.”
This article says Asians were tricked into supporting the recent Supreme Court case, but “Asian American anti–affirmative action activists have not been simply . . . duped into this white supremacist policy. They are active, militant co-conspirators with white conservatives.”
They actually believe in colorblind admissions.
Also, “some Asian Americans [are calling] for more police funding,” and “near Los Angeles, Chinese immigrant activists protested a development initiative to house unhoused people.”
It doesn’t get more white supremacist than that.
And here’s Jennifer Ho, of the University of Colorado.
She thinks white supremacy is so devious it makes black people attack Asians. She doesn’t say how. She just says so, because “White supremacy is the root of all race-related violence in the US.”
“So, when a Black person attacks an Asian person, the encounter is fueled perhaps by racism, but very specifically by white supremacy. White supremacy does not require a white person to perpetuate it.”
“It’s not Black people whom Asian Americans need to fear. It’s white supremacy.”
And so, when “An Asian woman died after a [black] man pushed her in front of a subway train,” that had to be white supremacy.
Since Jennifer says white supremacy causes all race-related violence, if you see a black man screaming “Death to honkies,” guns blazing, that will be white supremacy, too.
And how’s this? “It’s not just [for] white people. White supremacy . . . is a belief that to be white is to be human . . . and that to be not-white means you are less than human – a disposable object for others to abuse and misuse.”
I guess that sums up Kanye West, and Enrique Tarrio, and Joey Gibson, and the Asians who oppose affirmative action.
At least Jennifer defined white supremacy; most people worrying about BIPOC white supremacists don’t. John Powell, head of UC Berkeley’s Othering & Belonging Institute, of all things, also has a definition “White supremacy is an identity and a belief in the superiority of Western civilization that is sometimes a corollary, or independent, of the supremacy of white people to dominate and control.”
You’re a white supremacist if you think Western Civ is best. Prof. Powell adds that the “system” of white supremacy exists “without the necessity of there being a racist person,” and that “the people who embrace that system and ideology can be of any race.”
But when you consider “The White Supremacist Origins of Exercise, and that “‘Thinness’ Is About Maintaining Systems of White Supremacy,” and “the way math [is] taught in school [may be] rooted in white supremacy,” and when the American Medical Association tells us we should worry about “White Supremacy as a Source of Harm in the Culture of Medicine,” then I guess the disease is so widespread that non-whites could catch it, too.
This is the view in “4 Myths About White Supremacy That Allow It To Continue.”
The author is Janice Gassm Asare, Senior contributor at Forbes for diversity, equity & inclusion, so she should know.
White supremacy is devious. “We frequently uphold white supremacy in our lives without even realizing it.”
Non-whites do it, too. “White supremacy in BIPOC communities often manifests as white adjacency: the act of aligning with whiteness and distancing yourself from your ethnic and racial identity in order to gain access and opportunities.”
Just think of all the access and opportunities Kanye West and George Zimmerman and Enrique Tarrio got for their “white adjacency.” However, “White supremacy can also manifest as colorism, which is a persistent issue within India, Latin America, Africa and nearly every community of color.”
By God, it’s everywhere. I guess that’s why “we overlook the white supremacists lurking in our workplaces, our schools, and within our communities.” But listen to this: “Nice people can also be white supremacists.”
No. I refuse to believe that. This lady is confused. She could be a white supremacist, herself.
For the real lowdown on BIPOC white supremacists we turn to Cristina Beltrán, who teaches at NYU and explained in the Washington Post that “To understand Trump’s support, we must think in terms of multiracial Whiteness.”
Other experts cite Prof. Beltran as an authority.
She notes that some of the Jan 6 rioters weren’t white and then asks, “And what are we to make of unmistakably White mob violence that also includes non-White participants? I call this phenomenon multiracial whiteness — the promise that they, too, can lay claim to the politics of aggression, exclusion and domination.”
Letting BIPOCs in on “white” violence means they can enjoy “aggression, exclusion, and domination,” just like white people.
“Multiracial whiteness reflects an understanding of whiteness as a political color and not simply a racial identity — a discriminatory worldview in which feelings of freedom and belonging are produced through the persecution and dehumanization of others.”
White people don’t care what color you are. They accept you as one of them, so long as you persecute and dehumanize others.
“In the politics of multiracial whiteness, anyone can join the MAGA movement and engage in the wild freedom of unbridled rage and conspiracy theories.”
“Here, the politics of exclusion, violence and demonization are available to all.”
Want to be white? All it takes is “exclusion, violence, and demonization.”
“Today’s political rift is a division between those who are drawn to and remain invested in a politics of whiteness and those who seek something better.”
So, there it is, straight from the smiling mouth of Cristina Beltrán, and right on the pages of the Washington Post.
You can either be like white people – rage, exclusion, violence, dehumanization, persecution – or try “something better.” And multiracial whiteness turns BIPOCs who do awful things into honorary white people. Yep, white people really are that bad.
So, thank you, Prof. Beltran. I thought all that jabber about white-supremacist BIPOCs was confusing. It’s much simpler. When non-whites do anything bad – rape, kill, riot, burn down cities – they’re just acting white.
I’m so glad she cleared that up. I’ll sleep a lot better tonight.