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Can you remember when "diversity" first seemed a bad idea

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  • #18843

    meawhiterabbit
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    I am assuming a portion of us have been PC brainwashed in the past. Can anyone remember any pre-awakening moments that crystallize the anti-White mindset?

    I remember a few years ago sitting outside a coffee house in the UK with a native British man who said “woooow isn’t it great how multicultural this city has became?”

    Back them i just sipped my latte and thought “is there something wrong with me?!!! I don’t see how this is a good thing?!!!”

    My question is how can we take these thoughts and make them mantra talking points? EVERYONE White and normal must have had them.

    #18844

    herrMajor
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    “My question is, how can we take these thoughts and make them mantra talking points.”

    I asked Horus and Bob that. meawhiterabbit, I think we all are alot alike in that respect. We want to ask the questions and think for ourselves and use the key that is the mantra to bash the prison gate of political correctness open.

    I think if you like all of us take a moment to step back and look, we are slowly seeing more and more through Bob’s Untrained Eyes.

    But taking a little bit from the porch talk ( I recommend listening to AT LEAST twice a week for therapy purposes).

    The hippies on the border of the Soviet Union, GENUINELY DID NOT SEE THE MINEFIELDS, THEY DID NOT @#%^ING NOTICE THE ARMED GUARDS, THE MIND FIELDS, THE BARBED WIRE, THE MISSILES, THE MILITARY POLICE, THE CENSORSHIP, AND THE COMMISSARS.

    YOU CAN YELL AT YOUR MOMMY OR DADDY OR COUSINS BUT THEY DON’T SEE THE SOLDIERS IN NINJA SUITS TAKING THE POLITICAL DISSIDENTS IN THE NIGHT AWAY

    The BEST PRISON in the WHOLE WORLD, is one where the inmates DON’T REALIZE they are IMPRISONED. Where the inmates don’t even know who or what they are. When the entire world is in bondage, and nobody can see the minefields because they are doped up on LSD, Television, Prozac, Fluoride,False Religion, Pot, Video Games,YouTube, iPhones,  and other psychoactive drugs, POLITICAL CORRECTNESS is the STRAIGHTJACKET in the greatest insane asylum ever devised.

    As a FREE MAN myself and millions of other White and Normals who just escaped the greatest prison in the world. It’s best to let the Masterminds FIGURE THINGS OUT, we are just escapees and still need to learn the mastermind’s trade of escape from the Beast of Babylon before we are able to develop our own Tools of the Trade.

    A Free Man speaks a different language than the prisoners, a Mastermind knows how to turn the Prison into a farm, a nation, a fortress or Eden. White Rabbits like us are gifted with the One Key, we are born to escape this prison. We are staging the greatest RIOT in history, all you need to know is.

    Follow the White Rabbits.

    Hop, Skip, Jump,  Anti-Racism is a code word for Anti-White.

    “It starts with a sound, a Vibration…”

    #18846

    stradivari
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    It never seemed like a good idea to me. Ofcourse I recieved the constant guilt-tripping, and as a kid I started hateing myself. But, I kept that hate to myself, I never wanted to take it out on all White peolple the way most self-hateing Whites do. I did grow up and get over the self-hate. A hell of a lot of folks need to grow up.

    I’ve always observed that most folks who support White Genocide haven’t lived around many people of other races. They like to call we who grew up around other races, and don’t support Genocide, prejudice. I really get a laugh out of that.

    Ofcourse, they call Genocide integration, or equality, or civil rights. They claim they don’t intend to wipe out White people but if it does happen, oh well. I’ve found it affective to just call these self-haters exactly that. Tell them they hate themselves and are taking it out on our entire race. And obviously point out that it’s not diversity, or equality, and it’s certainly not civil. It’s Genocide, thay’re supporting White Genocide, plain and simple.

    Sorry for rambling.

    #18851

    Daniel Genseric
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    “It starts with a sound, a Vibration…”

    ohmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm…………………..

    #18854

    Coniglio Bianco
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    #18904

    meawhiterabbit
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    Good posts chaps

    #19125

    -Clovis
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    I received my 1st hint that something was wrong when I was hit in the head with a pipe, then stomped for a while after a high school football game. I had a night in the hospital to digest what had happened to me. I wasn’t quite sure what that meant, as far as diversity being a good thing. That is until I was able to return to school.
    I received my second hint when the junior high school staff told me I had to go to racial sensitivity training. I went into school that day with the weirdest idea. I thought that I was the victim in the whole thing. If I would have just curled up into a ball when they initially started their attack, a pipe would probably have never entered the equation. But like the ignorant 13 year old bigot I was, I fought back against a pack of oppressed minorities.
    My treatment by the school confused me. I was beginning to see that as a white person, I was being treated as collateral damage. None of the staff wanted white kids to get mugged after school events, but there was no reason to rock the boat over the whole thing. It seemed to them to be much more important to educate me on the importance of tolerance, than to offend anyone. I was in 8th grade. And it seemed like the whole world went crazy.
    I didn’t know what was wrong. I just knew that something wasn’t right. As a younger student, I sat in amazement upon hearing the teacher give her heart-felt account of the sufferings of the African Americans. I watched in horror the classroom cartoons which depicted those hardships. I watched with joyous wonderment while hearing of the adventures of Harriet Tubman and her Underground Railroad. And I without hesitation regarded Rosa Parks as a symbol of righteousness and bravery. And in my younger years, I never hated anyone more than those monsters who could do such things to other human beings.
    That was 10 years ago. Reality did a number on me that week.

    #19194

    Henry Davenport
    Participant

    Clovis, thanks. I felt like I was inside your 8th grade head. I’m glad you survived and are here with the rest of us.

    I assume it’s okay to use this post if it might be helpful?

    #19198

    -Clovis
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    No problem.

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