US Congress May Make Whiteness a Crime By Charles Taylor (Florida)
A Bill has been put to US Congress to make it a crime for White people (only) to engage in “white supremacy.” This term is now used to describe anything related to defending White interests, such as criticising the Great Replacement. Jim Goad does a critique, quoted below. It will create a super-weapon to continue the program of white racial genocide. Oh, is that a crime to say? Maybe soon it will be. Even talking about the issues around race and immigration could lead to Whites being wiped out by the oppressive anti-White legal system. We could see this coming. Guess how bad it will be in a few years’ time.
“But the most chilling part of this new proposed law is that it criminalizes “conspiracy to engage in white supremacy inspired hate crime.” To be a “conspirator,” all that one of the alleged perps needs to be guilty of is having “published material advancing white supremacy, white supremacist ideology, antagonism based on ‘replacement theory’, or hate speech that vilifies or is otherwise directed against any non-White person or group, and such published material.”
And all one needs to have done to be a “conspirator” in a “white supremacy based motivation against any other person” is to have published their comments “on a social media platform or by other means of publication with the likelihood that it would be viewed by persons who are predisposed to engaging in any action in furtherance of a white supremacy inspired hate crime, or who are susceptible to being encouraged to engage in actions in furtherance of a white supremacy inspired hate crime.”
Is your throat big enough to swallow all that in one gulp?
If this bill passes, you could be legitimately convicted of the crime of “conspiracy” if all you do is publish “conspiracy theories” alleging that the government is peculiarly hostile to “white supremacy” and “white supremacy” alone, despite the fact that government officials are nakedly attempting to isolate “white supremacy” as the only form of racial identity to be criminalized.
And once they’ve determined that your wackadoodle white-supremacist conspiracy theories may potentially lead to violence, the feds will be given “the authority to investigate, intercede, and undertake other actions that it deems necessary and appropriate to interdict, mitigate, or prevent such action from culminating in violent activity.”
In other words, nothing actually violent needs to occur. This law is designed to allow the government to arrest people based merely on the idea that something violent might occur if the feds continue to allow white supremacists to spread their innately violent poison, even if one of the “conspirators” fails to encourage the use of violence.
If I suggest that this bill constitutes an implicit act of systemic violence against all white people, does that automatically make me a conspirator in planning a violent hate crime “because of a white supremacy-based motivation against any person”?