If I had any money left this week, I would have bought this book by US Dissent Right journalist Jim Goad, Whiteness: The Original Sin, read it, and do a brilliant review. But, alas, poverty and lack of resources rules all, grinding and crushing me. Never mind. Just as I am now joining Uncle Len in dumpster diving to get food, so I am dumpster diving to work out what new books are saying. Let’s see what can be done out of virtually nothing.
All good, I have seen enough free Tuber stuff to say something informative about this book, even if must guess a wee bit. First, it looks to be a much needed deconstruction of the entire politically correct Leftist industry that has been set up in the post-world War II era, to demographically displace basically Nordic (Northern European) people, you know the common sewage stuff running out of the universities, that whiteness itself is a form of “terrorism”
“Controversial Trinity College Professor Johnny Eric Williams wrote that “whiteness is terrorism” in a recent social media post. Underscoring the extremism present on many college campuses, Williams claimed his comments are “not controversial in the academy.” According to a report from Newsweek, Trinity College Professor Johnny Eric Williams is making waves again. Breitbart News reported in June 2017 that Williams had argued that first responders should have let Representative Steve Scalise die after he was shot during a practice for the congressional baseball game. Williams also shared a blog post by an anonymous author that asked black people to withhold life-saving help from white people in need.
“If you see them drowning. If you see them in a burning building. If they are bleeding out in an emergency room. If the ground is crumbling beneath them. If they are in a park and they turn their weapons on each other: do nothing,” the post read. More recently, Williams tweeted that “whiteness is terrorism.” Now, he’s defending those comments. In a conversation with Newsweek, Williams said that his tweets are only controversial to white people. “They’re not controversial in the academy. They’re not controversial within the black community. I don’t think they’re controversial at all,” Williams said, defending his tweet. “I think they’re controversial with people who see themselves as white, because it reveals in a telegraph that they’re immersed in that whiteness to a point where it’s hard for them to see anything else.” “I’m referring to whiteness as an ideology, which everyone in the United States is immersed in because we live in a white supremacy society,” Williams added. “Because there are people walking around believing that they’re white and acting as if they’re white, when there’s just the human race.”
Amazingly, these useful idiots get paid for doing this. And they say that it is conspiratorial to believe in white genocide? What’s this then? Anyway, the Jim Goad book apparently goes into all of this in gruesome detail:
“Jim Goad's book is a treat—a banquet of anti-anti-whiteness. The only problem with it is, that such a comprehensive survey of anti-white theory and practice, with most of its examples taken from the white phylum of anti-whiteness, leaves one wondering what the hell is wrong with white people. It leaves one, in fact, in a mood of anti-whiteness! Jim notes this himself in the book's last essay, #50, "Biting the Hand That Holds Out the Olive Branch": I sure as hell hate white people these days—they are by far my least favorite racial group—but not because they're innately worth hating. It's because they already hate themselves far too much, and they don't wear it well. I have far more respect for all other groups because they respect themselves, whether it's deserved or not …
Look with disgust upon these squirming white worms with their endlessly tacky public displays of self-flagellation, exulting in the idea of their own wickedness, trying to drown their historical sins in a cleansing wave of softly genocidal immigration. I have sometimes succumbed to the same ethnomasochistic frame of mind. Indeed, I once wrote an opinion piece with the title "White People are Pussies." Whether the current state of affairs is stable—whether, that is, white pussification can continue to coexist alongside nonwhite racial self-assertion—we shall find out. Jim Goad is not hopeful. Summoning up a hypothetical Martian observer in essay #6, "The Difference Between White People and Black People," he writes: Since you are a highly rational Martian, you would … be led to the inexorable conclusion that the current situation, whether by accident or design, cannot possibly lead to racial harmony. Instead, it almost seems purposely engineered to result in escalating levels of conflict.’”
Ok the Goad book is exactly as I expected, and I won’t have to go without eggs and milk this week to get it. If you really want to torture yourself, thewn you know where to go.
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