In 2016, White America voted in President Trump. That hit nonwhites hard. It shook their complacency about the eternal Nice White Person acquiescing to his replacement. Their assumption that we have no destiny except to transfer the accumulated capital of our civilization over to them. The result of that election awakened them into realizing that despite decades of anti-racism indoctrination, immigration, and our going along to get along, we in fact want don’t want them around. And they took that personally.
Here are samples of their expressed indignation, and fear, three years later:
No more Mr Nice Immigrants
This is from the Washington Post op-ed about a month ago:
A civil facade in public, true feelings in private
It works both ways.
As to her possibly hypothetical White friend… instead of being gracious about the sincere overture of good will from a White person toward her, she exploits it as a fleeting opportunity to taunt. This is why they are Shithole Country people.
The Window to the Soul
What he notices is that interpersonal walls go up when Diversity becomes too close for comfort. This shouldn’t be controversial; it’s a fundamental sociobiological reality.
“I Broke Up With Her Because She’s White”
New York Times article written by a Dominican:
It’s been a year since I broke up with my girlfriend, and I haven’t told her the real reason. I talked around it, mumbling about how I was trying to figure out who I was or whatever. She didn’t understand. I’m not sure I do either. There was nothing wrong with her at all.
I don’t really know what my tipping point was. It just kind of happened. At 30, I woke up one day, took a deep breath, looked at her and thought, “I don’t think I can date white women anymore.”
Dear Penthouse Letters… These humble-brag confessionals always sound made-up. Whatever.
False affirmations of equality corrupt.
Any more illusions?
By “white supremacist,” the Bolshevik filth is referring to all of us who voted for Trump, and even those of us who didn’t.
Antiwhite Twitter posts are a jumbotron display of their real faces. The 2016 Presidential election exposed them. Trump has to feign impartiality until he’s reelected. And then it’s the Blazin’ 20s.