I had never heard the term “white nationalist” before the Charlottesville tragedy. Suddenly, it is who I am. At least, according to the liberal media. I support President Trump. Therefore, I am a white nationalist. As per liberal weenie definition, grouped into my newfound home of “white nationalism” are white supremacists, like the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis. So, these are now my philosophical brethren, according to the mainstream media.
Jason Kessler, director of the Charlottesville horror show, has already been identified as a leftist plant and is calling himself a white nationalist in an effort to spread that stench to all patriots. Likewise Richard Spencer. Trust neither. I’m sure many other wolves in sheep’s clothing will appear in the near future, all soldiers of the Soros/Clinton/Barack Hussein cabal, working to hang the label “white nationalist” around the necks of all patriots and Trump supporters.
The photo, above, is from a sickening article in the New York Fake News Times, which describes the photo as, “White nationalists, foreground, clashing on Saturday with counterprotesters, some of them members of the so-called antifa movement, in Charlottesville, Va.”
The NYFNT article begins, “Last weekend, when a 27-year-old bike messenger (just an innocent, heroic “gotta-be-green” lover of the environment) showed up at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., he came ready for battle. He joined a human chain that stretched in front of Emancipation Park and linked his arms with others, blocking waves of white supremacists — some of them in full Nazi regalia — from entering.”
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The article goes downhill from there, painting all patriotic lovers of America who stand behind President Trump as white supremacist, Nazi, racist white nationalists.
It is all by design that white nationalism and Jason Kessler became spontaneous sensations in Charlottesville last weekend. It is the intended broad brush with which the left is painting all supporters of President Trump.
White nationalism, according to Wikipedia, includes all white supremacists and white separatists, like the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis:
“White nationalism is a type of nationalism or pan-nationalism which holds the belief that white people are a race and seeks to develop and maintain a white national identity. Its proponents identify with and are attached to the concept of a white nation. White nationalists say they seek to ensure the survival of the white race, and the cultures of historically white states. They hold that white people should maintain their majority in majority-white countries, maintain their political and economic dominance, and that their cultures should be foremost. Many white nationalists believe that miscegenation, multiculturalism, immigration of nonwhites and low birth rates among whites are threatening the white race, and some argue that it amounts to white genocide.
White separatism and white supremacy are subgroups of white nationalism. Separatists seek a white-only state; supremacists believe that white people are superior to nonwhites, taking ideas from social Darwinism and Nazism. Both subgroups generally avoid the term supremacy because it has negative connotations.
Critics argue that the term “white nationalism” and ideas such as white pride exist solely to provide a sanitized public face for white supremacy and that most white nationalist groups promote racial violence.”
I admit to being a nationalist. I am very much an advocate of “America First.” I also happen to be white. So, I suppose I am a white nationalist by definition. Does that mean that I am also a racist white supremacist? The answer is “yes,” according to the mainstream media, which is trying to drive this wedge home. However, it is a long way from the truth. I am half of a bi-racial couple and the father of four bi-racial children. I have many friends and associates of all races. I simply believe in Donald Trump and his agenda, as it is the same as my own… America First!
For any liberal weenies who may be reading this, I have a question…. There are many blacks, Asians, and Latinos whose philosophy is the same as my own. How can they be white nationalists?