As quoted by a commenter at Lion of the Blogosphere, this is what one career anti-White wrote before the election:
Here’s a Facebook post from Mr. [Tim] Wise from October 2nd:
Trump supporters are easily break-down-able into the following categories:
1. Blatant racists and white nationalists who have overwhelmingly pledged their fealty to him;
2. Conspiracy minded lunatics who have overdosed on Alex Jones videos and think Infowars is a legit news site rather than a place for mentally imbalanced people to meet;
3. People who are legitimately hurting and legitimately detest neoliberalism but somehow believe a rich guy is the one who will deliver them from that…mostly because they’re racists and thus never supported Bernie Sanders, who said all the same things about neoliberalism but wasn’t a bigot;
4. Pathetic Republicans who support the brand more than human decency and will vote for and flak for any Republican, no matter how objectionable, just because of the R next to their name…
And no matter which of these one falls into…they all deserve to be politically destroyed…immediately and forever….
There is more in Wise’s comment under that link. Blogger LOTB notes:
Minus the sarcasm and the hatred for the people in the categories, he correctly identified some categories of Trump supporter.
Let’s go with that. Here are Wise’s four points, minus the lurid prose. Do they in fact describe one of Donald Trump’s supporters — me?
1. Racists and White Nationalists
Yes. From the moment a newborn learns the difference between “me” and “others,” the boundaries of his self become fundamental to his existence as sentient being with a personal as well as a social identity. Racism is a human right. People who are insulated from ways in which diversity bring its joys are afforded serenity about the sordid business of race. Others have their faces rubbed in it daily. And yes, I am a White Nationalist because I believe that we must secure the existence of our people and a future for White children. After all, Tim Wise has been reminding us, over and over, that their future is in jeopardy.
2. Conspiracy Theorists
Yes. Vigilance is a civic duty. You have to be five years old to deny that very powerful people conspire to do bad things and that national institutions cover for them with false narratives that are accepted by the public.
3a. Detesting Neoliberalism
Yes. Neoliberalism is a satanic project. If religious language doesn’t move you, then you can also call it a project whose principals are stripping mankind of things that elevate us above animals — identity, aspiration, transcendence — to reduce us to bestial consumers.
As to suffering under Neoliberalism: if you aren’t, you’re blind. It’s not just their animus for the White working class; that’s just them going for the gut rather than the head to kill the body. So no matter how well-off you are… think about that man in upstate New York who gave up on looking for a job five years ago and whose daughter is a meth addict — and don’t be smug. He’s our brother and you are next.
It never had to be that way.
3b. Trump As Savior
Donald Trump is someone we trust to deliver a mortal blow to Neoliberalism. So far … expectations spectacularly exceeded.
4. Support for the Republican Brand
No. We have long made it clear that we are at odds with the Republican Party and its invite-the-world, invade-the-world neocon obscenity. Some of us broke with the GOP in 1996 over Bob Dole’s “the exists are clearly marked” speech. I left the Republican Party when John McCain was nominated in 2008 and I came back when The God Emperor stepped up to smite the cucks.
I recently pointed out that you can look at any news aggregator page and see an inflammatory headline about European nations that assert their right to exist. Near the top of Yahoo’s main page yesterday morning:
A Hungarian village declared ‘war’ on Muslim immigration. Few Objected. The Hungarian village of Asotthalom has only two Muslim residents, but that hasn’t stopped its mayor from declaring war on… [Washington Post]
They’re not saying that Hungarians are bayonetting Belgian babies… yet. That list of headlines was topped with:
Pennsylvania college group wants pins to start conversation on ‘white privilege’ A political group at a Pennsylvania liberal arts college launched a project to raise awareness about what it means to live with… [Fox News]
Here you’ll find Tim Wise’s infamous “Tick-Tock” post from 2010, in which he wrote the following before deleting it:
We just have to be patient.
And wait for your hearts to stop beating.
And stop they will.
And for some of you, real damned soon truth be told.
Do you hear it?
Their hate for us is orgasmic because we’re smarter than they are. That’s why they cannot be allowed to return to power. If that means doing away with the pretense of constitutional republic, then so be it. Otherwise they will make damned sure they finish the job they began in earnest under George H.W. Bush.
They danced on our graves too soon.