Sunday, July 31, 2011
Politics aside, CNN's hostile interview of Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky) reeks of pure, unfiltered Anti-White fervor.
Is it because the anchor Don Lemon must emphasize the fact that Rand Paul is a "freshman" senator? A bit of a jab, but no. Is it because he speaks to him condescendingly throughout the interview? Not necessarily. Is it because he disrespectfully interrupts him in order to accuse him of being disrespectful? Is it because he uses talking points to chastise him for using talking points?
No and no. CNN is NOT Anti-White simply because it features this black guy putting the rhetorical screws to a white guy (ineffectively, I might add). Those are the optics on the surface level, but CNN's Anti-White streak goes far deeper.
To understand the relentless Anti-White stance of CNN, you have to go back at least a year, back before the Tea Party rose to gain significant power in the US Congress.
Last July, a different cast of black CNN talking heads could only disparage the movement for being "raayciss." But where was this racism?
They could only point to a bunch of (what to them were) "mean-spirited" signs at Tea Party rallies. But of course the US has a long history of venomous name-calling on all sides of any given political debate.
Don't fool yourself. The only reason CNN condemned the Tea Party last year and the reason they condemn the Tea Party today is because for them the movement represents white people, white self-interest.
For fifty years the CNNs of the world have made white advocacy a big no-no. You are not supposed to explicitly stand up for white interests or "speak on behalf of white people."
Whether or not you agree with its politics, and indeed whether or not you believe it advances white interests, the Tea Party is a movement composed almost entirely of white people. And on an Anti-White station like CNN, a movement of white people will inevitably be compared with naziswhowanttokillsixmillionjews (second video, 4:37).
They claim they are anti-racist. What they are is Anti-White. Anti-racism is just a code word for Anti-White.
Friday, July 29, 2011
You have to ask yourself: why is this video being produced?
It is intended to make all Europeans feel morally obligated to accept multi-culturalism and multi-racialism.
So it seems that players from Africa - from Cote d'Ivoire and Cameroon - get mocked when they come and play for European teams. They don't get mocked by everyone, of course. But in a stadium full of thousands of rowdy football fans, a few greet these African players with hostility. And this is news.
Maybe the angry mockery of the fans is their way of lashing out against the fact that their countries are being flooded with impoverished, uneducated immigrants.
But no one asks the fans why they are so hostile. No. They only get derided as "raayyycisss."
But, hey, let's look at the national teams of some African countries, or any non-white country for that matter, and see which society should truly be derided for xenophobia.
Let's look, for instance, at the national team of Cameroon. Wow. So it seems Cameroon's team is 100% Cameroonian
And, hey, what do you know? Cote d'Ivoire's team is 100% Ivoirian.
And China's team? 100% Chinese:
And Mexico's team? 100% Mexican!
Japan's team? 100% Japanese:
Meanwhile England, because it is a white country, must be "INTERRACIAL":
And if the English team or its fans resist, they're branded "rayyycisss."
France, because it is a white country, must be "INTERRACIAL":
And if the French team or their fans resist, they're branded "raaayyyciss."
The video above was intended as a pronouncement against racism. Yet ultimately it is only a pronouncement against white people and the sovereignty of white countries.
After all, anti-racist is just a code word for anti-white.
[And don't give me that claptrap about how the white countries are just looking for the best players and so must import some Africans. Didn't all-white Italy win the World Cup a few years back, much to the dismay of the globalist anti-whites?]