While out shopping yesterday, I got upset at the blatant pro-black bias of Office Depot. Upon returning home, I wrote the following flyer:
STOP THE HATE
TAKE A STAND AGAINST ANTI-WHITE BIGOTRY AND VIOLENCE
Certainly you have heard of the recent, racially-motivated mob attacks in Chicago against whites, the savage beating, by racist blacks, of Carter Strange in South Carolina, the anti-white pogroms in Philadelphia and the brutal beating, by blacks, of white transgender Crissy Polis in Baltimore.
All of the above incidents, and many more, occurred within the last few months. If you haven’t heard of them, it is because you get your “news” from a media that does not want you to know about them.
Interracial crime is overwhelmingly black on white, or black on Asian. The Justice department tries to obscure this fact by counting Hispanics as “white” when they are perpetrators, but as “Hispanic” when they are victims. Even so, the trends are clear. White people are being victimized, because of their race, all over the country.
It is high time that whites grow a backbone and stand up for their group rights – just as every other race, and ethnicity, has done. It is time to stop being ashamed of your own heritage, to tell your teachers, college professors and the media – most of whom openly hate whites as a race – to keep their hatred to themselves and to stop infecting vulnerable young people with self-loathing.
When you hear the following expressions, and words, from the powers that be, here is what they actually mean:
“Affirmative Action” = anti-white discrimination
“Diversity” = the denial of freedom of association for whites and the destruction of white societies as cohesive communities.
“Hate Crime” (in the racial context) = a crime committed by whites against non-whites.
“Not a Hate Crime” = a crime committed by non-whites against whites, even when racial epithets are used.
“Racist” = a white person.
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Today, I distributed 50 of them door-to-door. I am happy with the results, not because I opened anybody’s eyes (that has yet to be seen) but because I did my duty well. As I walked down the street, putting the flyers on people’s doors and giving them to people directly if they were home, I held my head high and smiled at them.
It is not difficult to walk down a quiet residential street, in early Summer, and distribute flyers. It is also not expensive or even risky. Nobody went “antifa” on me and no vicious dogs were let loose on me either. Now that I’ve done it once, it will be even easier in the future.
Hopefully, some of the rest of y’all will do the same and y’all can write of your adventures here.
*”Mivstoyim” is the Habad-Lubavitch term for public/street activism. I have adopted the term because it’s appropriate and because I’d like to co-opt it to mean the specifically pro-white activism I encourage in this blog.