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  • Black conservatives are White Supremacists.

    That's right! If you are black and a Trump supporter, you are actually a white supremacist! "If you voted for Trump, you ain't black!"


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    To understand Trump’s support, we must think in terms of multiracial Whiteness


    The Trump administration’s anti-immigration, anti-civil rights stance has made it easy to classify the president’s loyalists as a homogenous mob of white nationalists. But take a look at the FBI’s posters showing people wanted in the insurrectionist assault on the U.S. Capitol: Among the many White faces are a few that are clearly Latino or African American.

    Such diversity highlights the fact that President Trump’s share of the Latino vote in November actually rose over 2016, notwithstanding years of incendiary rhetoric targeting Mexicans and other Latino communities. Yes, Trump’s voters — and his mob — are disproportionately White, but one of the more unsettling exit-poll data points of the 2020 election was that a quarter to a third of Latino voters voted to reelect Trump.

    And while the vast majority of Latinos and an overwhelming majority of African American voters supported the Biden-Harris ticket and were crucial to its success, many Black and brown voters have family and friends who fervently backed the MAGA policy agenda, including its delusions and conspiracy theories.

    ...
    What are we to make of Tarrio — and, more broadly, of Latino voters inspired by Trump? 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.

    ...
    Rooted in America’s ugly history of white supremacy, indigenous dispossession and anti-blackness, multiracial whiteness is an ideology invested in the unequal distribution of land, wealth, power and privilege — a form of hierarchy in which the standing of one section of the population is premised on the debasement of others. 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.

    Multiracial whiteness promises Latino Trump supporters freedom from the politics of diversity and recognition. For voters who see the very act of acknowledging one’s racial identity as itself racist, the politics of multiracial whiteness reinforces their desired approach to colorblind individualism. In the politics of multiracial whiteness, anyone can join the MAGA movement and engage in the wild freedom of unbridled rage and conspiracy theories.

    ..
    America’s racial divide is not simply between Whites and non-Whites. Thinking in terms of multiracial whiteness helps us recognize that much of 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.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...v8-yjgGEB9erfY





  • #2
    Originally posted by Sparko View Post
    That's right! If you are black and a Trump supporter, you are actually a white supremacist! "If you voted for Trump, you ain't black!"


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    To understand Trump’s support, we must think in terms of multiracial Whiteness


    The Trump administration’s anti-immigration, anti-civil rights stance has made it easy to classify the president’s loyalists as a homogenous mob of white nationalists. But take a look at the FBI’s posters showing people wanted in the insurrectionist assault on the U.S. Capitol: Among the many White faces are a few that are clearly Latino or African American.

    Such diversity highlights the fact that President Trump’s share of the Latino vote in November actually rose over 2016, notwithstanding years of incendiary rhetoric targeting Mexicans and other Latino communities. Yes, Trump’s voters — and his mob — are disproportionately White, but one of the more unsettling exit-poll data points of the 2020 election was that a quarter to a third of Latino voters voted to reelect Trump.

    And while the vast majority of Latinos and an overwhelming majority of African American voters supported the Biden-Harris ticket and were crucial to its success, many Black and brown voters have family and friends who fervently backed the MAGA policy agenda, including its delusions and conspiracy theories.

    ...
    What are we to make of Tarrio — and, more broadly, of Latino voters inspired by Trump? 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.

    ...
    Rooted in America’s ugly history of white supremacy, indigenous dispossession and anti-blackness, multiracial whiteness is an ideology invested in the unequal distribution of land, wealth, power and privilege — a form of hierarchy in which the standing of one section of the population is premised on the debasement of others. 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.

    Multiracial whiteness promises Latino Trump supporters freedom from the politics of diversity and recognition. For voters who see the very act of acknowledging one’s racial identity as itself racist, the politics of multiracial whiteness reinforces their desired approach to colorblind individualism. In the politics of multiracial whiteness, anyone can join the MAGA movement and engage in the wild freedom of unbridled rage and conspiracy theories.

    ..
    America’s racial divide is not simply between Whites and non-Whites. Thinking in terms of multiracial whiteness helps us recognize that much of 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.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/opini...v8-yjgGEB9erfY

    I've been providing examples of black conservatives being called white supremacists for awhile now. A bit more detail:
    Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
    Pretty much. Sort of like how many on the left scream racist and white supremacist in a knee jerk fashion at anybody they disagree with.

    Probably my favorite example has to be when Candace Owens was accosted by antifa thugs in a Philadelphia restaurant who kept screaming that she was a racist and white supremacist.
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    The "white supremacist" in question





    And when police responded after they followed her out of the restaurant still screaming, the same imbeciles started calling the black & Hispanic cops that responded racist and white supremacist.

    It's all they know. Calling your opponent a racist and white supremacist (even if they're black) is an automatic Pavlovian reaction for so many of these leftists and few are capable of going beyond that except to then physically attack the object of their confused ire.


    And it isn't just antifa goons who do it, but by more mainstream blacks like the author Benjamin Dixon, who contributes to the British newspaper The Guardian as can be seen in this Tweet (which included a doctored video of a Klansman pulling off their hood revealing it to be Owens)


    Another person who leftist groups like antifa have called a white supremacist is Daryl Davis.









    Here is his profile in Wikipedia:

    Daryl Davis (born March 26, 1958) is an American R&B and blues musician, activist, author, actor and bandleader.[1] His efforts to improve race relations, in which as an African-American he engaged with members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), convinced Klansmen to leave and denounce the KKK. Known for his energetic style of boogie-woogie piano,[1] Davis has played with such musicians as Chuck Berry,[1][2]Jerry Lee Lewis, B. B. King,[2] and Bruce Hornsby.[3][4]


    He was one of the speakers at an "Ending Racism" event organized by group called MINDS in August of 2019, which was part of a series "intended to create dialogue and promote viewpoint diversity." It was supposed to have taken place in a theater in New Jersey but after antifa threatened to burn down the theater it had to be moved to a center in Pennsylvania. Because he attended the event antifa considers him to be a white supremacist



    And look at how the "Proud Boys" keep getting labelled a white supremacist group even though their leader, Enrique Tarrio, is of African and Cuban descent.

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    Tarrio, another "white supremacist"





    And between somewhere10 and 20% of the membership of the Proud Boys are people of color.








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    • #3
      Originally posted by Sparko View Post
      That's right! If you are black and a Trump supporter, you are actually a white supremacist! "If you voted for Trump, you ain't black!"


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      To understand Trump’s support, we must think in terms of multiracial Whiteness


      These people are insane...
      Atheism is the cult of death, the death of hope. The universe is doomed, you are doomed, the only thing that remains is to await your execution...

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jbnueb2OI4o&t=3s

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      • #4
        When everyone is a racist or a white supremacist, then those words stop having any meaning. Other than to point out the name caller's insanity.

        Originally posted by rogue06 View Post
        You are Black! You are a White Supremacist! Yes you exist!




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        • #5
          "Multiracial whiteness"?

          Pro-tip: If you have to mangle the English language to make your point, then you don't actually have a point.
          Some may call me foolish, and some may call me odd
          But I'd rather be a fool in the eyes of man
          Than a fool in the eyes of God


          From "Fools Gold" by Petra

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