The Left’s culture war against Whites is a prelude to mass genocide against all those who who born with white skin

Have you ever noticed that any time a white person makes the argument that reverse racism exists in America, they are immediately shut down before a real conversation even has a chance to commence? Why is discrimination okay if the victims are white, but not okay if the victims are black? What exactly is going on here?

One thing we know for a fact is that there is a strong anti-white sentiment that currently exists among the progressive left, as well as many radical groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter. While this hatred towards whites has existed for many years now, it seems to have really taken off not long after the election of President Donald Trump, who many leftists within the mainstream media and elsewhere falsely accuse of being a white nationalist. But is this growing anti-white sentiment a precursor to something far more serious and potentially violent? According to former Reagan economic advisor Paul Craig Roberts, the answer is yes.

In an article titled “Are Whites Being Setup for Genocide,” Roberts writes about the liberal outrage surrounding People Magazine’s recent decision to name white country singer Blake Shelton as “sexiest man in the world.” Identity Politics, for example, accused People Magazine of not only being racist, but also of supporting the white supremacist movement that seeks to elevate white people above people of color. In addition, Roberts notes that a writer for Salon was outraged over People Magazine’s “politically incorrect” choice, arguing that the magazine was celebrating toxic white male sexuality.

Paul Craig Roberts goes on to explain that “Identity Politics cannot be dismissed as some sort of idiocy on the part of a few kooks. It is institutionalized in American politics and culture and is becoming a habitual way of thinking. The growing demonization of white people parallels the demonization of the Jews and can result in marginalization and physical destruction.” In other words, it appears that the argument Roberts is trying to make is that white people today are being demonized and marginalized in a way that is similar to how the Jews were in the months and years leading up to World War 2. As terrifying as that is to think about, in many ways, Roberts’ comparison is right on the money. (Related: A Muslim professor has said that genocide against whites is “morally required.”)

This past November, Campus Reform reported on an op-ed that was published in Texas State University’s student newspaper, which, among other things, called white people “an abomination.”

“When I think of all the white people I’ve ever encountered – whether they’ve been professors, peers, lovers, friends, police officers, et cetera – there is perhaps only a dozen I would consider ‘decent,’” wrote student columnist Rudy Martinez in The University Star. The student goes on to complain about how he has met so many white people who are privileged yet refuse to do anything productive with it, and at one point even tells “white people” that “your DNA is an abomination.” (Related: A student at Texas State University has penned a “white death” article urging the genocide of all whites.)

On the surface, it may be easy to pass this off as nothing more than a stupid college student complaining about how unfair life can be sometimes. But truthfully, this harsh anti-white attitude that Rudy Martinez expressed in The University Star is almost starting to become commonplace. What’s worse is that those who espouse this sort of anti-white hate rhetoric almost always get a free pass, because far too many people consider racism to be a one-way street – that is, it’s racist to say hateful things about blacks, but it’s not racist to say hateful things about whites. (Related: For more news on race, visit

How much longer will this go on for? Will we ever see a day where race is completely irrelevant, and people are judged solely by the content of their character? Maybe, but certainly not anytime soon.

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