The opening line in a recent Oregonian article reads:
An intensive interstate hunt for the white supremacist accused of murdering a Lake Oswego high-tech engineer ended quietly Saturday, when police arrested Erik John Meiser in Corvallis.
Even if Meiser identifies as a white supremacist, there can be little doubt that he also identifies as other things. He probably identifies himself as “straight”, “a sports fan”, “a Marlboro smoker”, “a drug user” or “a burglar” or any number of other things. The crime he was sought for, the murder of another white man (Frederick Hayes), seems to have no relationship to his white supremacist views. In an earlier era, a similar report might have read:
An intensive interstate hunt for the homosexual accused of murdering a Lake Oswego high-tech engineer ended quietly Saturday, when police arrested Erik John Meiser in Corvallis.
Or perhaps even:
An intensive interstate hunt for the negro accused of murdering a Lake Oswego high-tech engineer ended quietly Saturday, when police arrested Erik John Meiser in Corvallis.
Was white supremacy the centerpiece of Meiser’s criminal career? Apparently not. The article goes on to say:
Meiser was particularly worrisome to police because he has a history of arrests for hate crimes, drug crimes, assaults, burglaries, theft, domestic violence, assault/cruelty toward a child, obscene phone calls, vandalism, disorderly conduct, trespassing, providing false identification to an officer and resisting arrest.
Certainly, if his “hate crimes” included other acts of violence, we would be told about it. As far as I know, a “hate crime” charge can only be added to an existing charge as an enhancement. Perhaps a reader can enlighten me as to how a person can be charged with a “hate crime” that is not also another crime (with the exception, perhaps, of ethnic intimidation).
It’s telling that the Oregonian puts “hate crimes” at the very top of the list, above all the other heinous crimes listed. It seems that, according to the Oregonian, being a white supremacist is worse than abusing a child, worse than beating your girlfriend, worse than violating the property of others and worse than assaulting another person. According to the Oregonian, all other aspects of your personality are secondary to being a white supremacist. It is the single most defining feature by which you are known, rendering you an untouchable or some sort of inferior species.
It now turns out that Meiser wasn’t even a white supremacist or neo-nazi; he had renounced those beliefs and had been married to a Jewess for several years. Personally, I think it’s better to be a neo-nazi than to marry a Jewess. Neo-nazis help bolster Jewish identity and thus strengthen the Jewish people. But gentiles who marry Jews are killing the Jewish people through assimilation. But this goes to show how desperate the corporate media is to condemn any sort of pro-white sentiments.
The underlying message here is that white supremacists are out there, they are evil, they are dangerous and they need to be eliminated. The fact that black/Hispanic gang members are far more numerous than white supremacists, more dangerous and more hateful, never even comes into consideration.
This is especially so if you count people like myself as “white supremacists”, as the editors of the Oregonian certainly would. The only way they could avoid admitting that many “white supremacists” are harmless is to make a distinction between non-violent academic race-realists, and wannabe academic race-realists, and full-blown neo-nazis – and they are unwilling to make such a distinction. According to them, anybody with pro-white beliefs is a neo-nazi skinhead.
Would we ever encounter an Oregonian article that stated something like this?
An intensive interstate hunt for the black gang member accused of murdering a Lake Oswego high-tech engineer ended quietly Saturday, when police arrested Jameel Johnson in Corvallis.
Not likely. Instead we might find, in paragraph 11, “gang activity did not appear to be a factor”.