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UPDATE: Black Cop Kills White Kid #1 Story Today -Washington Times/DrudgeReport

Posted by -backbaygrouch- on August 26th, 2014 under Coaching Session

The unarmed White youth gunned down by a Black policeman in Salt Lake City, Utah, is the top story in today’s Washington Times. It is also the uppermost story in the first column of the Drudge Report. The news about Dillon Taylor is seeping out. You read about it here last week.

When Michael Brown died in Ferguson, Missouri, the MSM went berserk. When Dillon Taylor met his fate, the MSM yawned. Dillon was only a White and the ‘victim’ who shot him was Black. Nothing newsworthy about that. That is the way America’s hostile elite treat it’s majority of citizens. The media bias is self evident.

The Internet is changing things. The Taylor story was a small local story. Rush Limbaugh had a caller who mentioned it. [Am unaware if Rush has been promoting it. Any regular listener who could inform us on this would be appreciated.] The point is that BUGSERS are referring to it and that the story is not dying. The Wall of Silence is slowly crumbling.  photo sappers.png

In the military special units, sappers, dig tunnels to undermine defensive positions. They were very important in days or yore as castle walls could be caused to collapse by the dirty faced grunts underground. The heroes got to go over the destroyed towers waving pretty flags. The sappers made victory possible.

It has been noted here that BUGSERS are like the artillery that softens up the enemy before the charge. It is equally true that BUGSERS are sappers – ants, termites, gophers in Nature’s parlance – relentlessly burrowing beneath the defenses of the Anti-Whites promoting White Genocide.

You are having an effect. The belated coverage of the death of Dillon Taylor is evidence of that progress. Cracks are appearing above. You may not see them. The wall is shaking. You might not hear it. The ground is shifting. You cannot feel it. But it is happening.

Up where the suns shines the glory boys, like that Congress critter Mo Brooks thumping about the War on Whites recently and not backing down when called on it, are preparing to pounce. That spade of yours, the Mantra, is doing it’s work, slowly, unstoppably. Keep shoveling.

  1. #1 by ElectricWhiteRabbit on 08/26/2014 - 3:52 pm

    Just like the sudden explosive use of the word “anti-White” used by normal White people and professors begging to change “racism” to “anti-White racism”, anti-Black racism”, “anti-Latino racism”…ect.

    I knew we were close to changing the tides but I never thought it would be happening this quickly. We’ve got a lot of work to do BUGSers! Keep swarming!

    • #2 by Steadiness on 08/26/2014 - 6:23 pm

      are you saying that professors are trying to keep people on the word ‘racism’ in the form of ‘anti-White racism’ if necessary?

      Other pro-Whites on the Internet think ‘anti-racist is a code word for anti-White’ is too confusing, and prefer other minis. But, the anti-Whites are going to keep flogging the word racism until we make every White on the planet laugh at it.

      • #3 by Benjamin Newells on 08/27/2014 - 1:15 am

        I think he’s just observing the dramatic increase in the use of “anti-white” and “anti-white racist” by White people in general and also by the media.

        ONE professor suggested that people use “anti-white racist”, “anti-black racist”, and so on, instead of “racist”. I don’t think any anti-whites want people to stop using the word “racist”, so in a way, yes, you could say that this professor is trying to keep people on the word “racist”.

    • #4 by -algiz- on 08/28/2014 - 10:39 am

      If we can get them to drop that clunker “anti-White racism” and use “anti-Whitism” instead, it would be a great step forward.

  2. #5 by ElectricWhiteRabbit on 08/26/2014 - 6:41 pm

    Its impossible to get rid of ‘racism” entirely at this point. At the same time we have really blown a hole in their agenda when they’re forced to use our terminology. Even if its pairing it with theirs. HUGE victory. Lets say mommy professor wants to save “racism” by telling people to pair it with our terminology….doesn’t matter, still a lose. Why?

    A lot of people who will be using ‘anti-White racism” and “anti-Black racism” over time will naturally get lazy and start using ‘anti-White” and ‘anti-Black. (especially Americans who like to shorten their words up a lot) Slowly but surely the word ‘racism” will long be forgotten. All mommy professor can do is buy it more time. Lol.

    • #6 by Undercover Lover on 08/26/2014 - 9:24 pm

      One half will get lazy and start using anti-white. The other half will get lazy and start using “racism”

      • #7 by Daniel Genseric on 08/27/2014 - 11:30 am

        @Undercover Lover- People crave more context and brevity, not less.

        Excellent article by the way, BBG. I am looking forward to reading more of them.

  3. #8 by ElectricWhiteRabbit on 08/26/2014 - 9:43 pm

    @Undercover Lover, I respectfully disagree simply because of the strong evidence of people choosing words like “anti-White” instead of “racism” The word “anti-White” BLEW up in popularity out of no where.

    Another thing I’d like to bring up is look at the order of the word ‘anti-White racism” The word “anti-White” comes first before “racism” this is important because the first word 90% if those lazy people are going to think of is ‘anti-White”

    I could be wrong though, lets see what happens. 😀

    • #9 by Carloman on 08/27/2014 - 12:02 am

      The thing about using terms like “anti-Black racism” and “anti-White racism” is what term would you use to describe a White person who simply wants to live among other White people? They are currently called simply “racists,” but if anti-Whites want to add a qualifier, it would have to be anti-what? They couldn’t really use the term “anti-Black racist,” because he also doesn’t want to live around Mestizos, Arabs, Asians, etc. Our term for him would be “pro-White,” so would anti-Whites call him a “pro-White racist”? That almost sounds benign. That’s why I think their new terminology will collapse in short order.

  4. #10 by Yankee Rebel on 08/26/2014 - 10:35 pm

    I have been a bit hesitant to bring up the story of Dillon Taylor because I want to be sure all the news facts are correct. I have heard rumors that the MSM is referring to DT as a Hispanic and the race of the officer is also not being reported. As much as I want to jump on the bandwagon, I will be patient until more information is known. It is interesting to consider how, in the Zimmerman case, the MSM was quick to call him White because he was the alleged perpetrator, while in DT’s case, the MSM was quick to label the victim Hispanic.

    • #11 by -backbaygrouch- on 08/27/2014 - 3:54 am

      In the rough world of politics the rules are not the same as footnoting a PH. D. thesis. The kid was reported as White. When circumstances developed that countered the meme pushed by the media his alleged Hispanic roots were brought into play as a diversion. Hispanic does not have to imply Amerindian blood. Spaniards are White as are the Creoles of Latin America.

      Take a look at Dillon’s picture. Neither Dillon or Taylor are common names in either Spain or Latin America. Look at the people protesting the event. These protestors were not bussed in from Ferguson, Missouri.

      Yes, people of our ilk are held to a higher standard than anti-Whites. But we do not have to walk off the field and concede the game. Would I submit a PH.D. thesis stating Dillon Taylor was 100% White? No. Not without checking. Would I whack an anti-White with this example? You betcha.

      One should always avoid misstatements of facts. One should never lie. Political facts are nearly always murky and open to challenge with honesty and frequently with blatant disregard for the truth. The point is that one should not allow over fastidiousness to immobilize oneself. When an anti-White or just an everyday news story gives you a sword – use it. Leave the footnotes to Ph. D. candidates.

      Politics is not a game of touch football. That is fine for our friends and allies like Jared Taylor and the scholars at TOO. But this is BUGS. We take pride in being called insects. We play tackle football. We knock the SOBs down.

    • #12 by Benjamin Newells on 08/27/2014 - 4:44 am

      suppose that DT was only partially White, and we could keep pounding out the meme that he is White to the advantage of saving our race… you would rather be factual than doing this?

    • #13 by Daniel Genseric on 08/27/2014 - 11:42 am


      Anti-white media DENYING a white victim their right to identify AS white. Denying a person their identity is the epitome of psychological warfare. And consequently, no anti-white crimes can possibly occur under these politically correct conditions and THUGGISH ‘social norms’.

      “Diversity” is a code word for white genocide.

  5. #14 by Jason on 08/26/2014 - 11:38 pm

    We BUGS are termites!

  6. #16 by Yankee Rebel on 08/27/2014 - 7:19 am

    I followed the suggestions in the responses by BBG and BN and decided to post a comment to a news article regarding the Dillon Taylor story. Thanks for the insightful suggestions.

  7. #17 by jo3w on 08/28/2014 - 7:26 pm

    I do not like that we are trying to rally around this Dillon Taylor story. Is the outrage because media and White people did what they are supposed to do? I don’t want fair treatment as compared to brown skinned people, I just want fair treatment period. I understand that this is a good demonstration of how media is biased, but it just feels like typical WN crap that has never worked. If I felt this type of thing worked I would stay over at Amren or other cry baby groups. Making a point of this story is like saying, multiculturalism will work if you guys stop being so unfair.
    I agree with the rioters in Ferguson. Like us they feel that they are being harmed by an outside controlling group. It does not matter if I think their reasons are silly, there are plenty of people who think out argument is silly. The bottom line is that nobody should be controlled by an outside group when they don’t want to. It shows that multiculturalism does not work for everyone.
    The ties to our work regarding this story are weak. Sure you can point out that the media is polarized against White people, then point out that the sky is blue and rocks are hard.
    Immigration and forced integration, what else do you want?

    • #18 by Carloman on 08/28/2014 - 11:14 pm

      I don’t think that backbaygrouch was saying that we should rally around the story. I think he was just using this as an example of how the Internet is changing things. Because of the activities of people on the Internet, people are becoming aware of things that they would not be aware of if they relied on the MSM. I think it was simply meant as encouragement, that what we do is making a difference. Our job here is to tell people about White genocide, not to tell people about Dillon Taylor.

      • #19 by Benjamin Newells on 08/29/2014 - 5:36 am

        My apologies. I wasn’t saying that we should actively rally around the DT story. I was trying to put baybackgrouch’s point in my own way. I was saying that if we could use some story, even if it were factually incorrect, to save our race, would we use it to save our race or would it be more important to us to be factually correct and not use the story? Obviously we would use it to save our race, rather than getting fussy over whether it is factually correct or not.
        Although when Yankee implied that it’s more important to be factually correct was related to the DT story, I got the impression that this whole thing of having to be factually correct would extend out to other stories that we could exploit to save our race. That is why I wanted to make it clear to him that we shouldn’t be too worried about whether we are factually correct.

        • #20 by Carloman on 08/29/2014 - 1:02 pm

          I was responding to jo3w’s statement:

          jo3w :
          I do not like that we are trying to rally around this Dillon Taylor story.

        • #21 by jo3w on 08/29/2014 - 10:14 pm

          I can see the usefulness of using this story as an indicator of the progress we have made. Im not especially excited about it. You must understand my position, if this group ever turns into a typical WN/White supremacist group, ill go jump off a bridge.

  8. #22 by Tom Bowie on 08/28/2014 - 10:42 pm

    I saw the media claim him as a victim. It almost seemed that one half of the media claimed him because he looked White, and the other half because they decided he wasn’t White at all.

    It’s an interesting situation to be sure. I’m wondering where/if White Hispanic plays into this.
    Some of the picture I saw of Dillon Taylor were darker, some lighter. The openly Liberal Media×385.jpg was a darker picture and they accuse the Respectable Conservatives of altering the photo. The Respectable Conservatives picture however was a bit lighter×385.jpg

    They’re not the same picture; they appear to have been taken at the same time with the same hat and jacket. From what I know of photography, the lighter picture is most likely the most accurate and was probably taken first.

    I have no problem with this becoming a point of contention between the media branches; let them put it right out front.

    As for myself; if something violent happens to me remember I’m “The Last of the Mohicans” and Tom Bowie is just your ordinary everyday Mohican name.
    Peace Out My Kemo Sabe Friends

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