ABC News is reporting on today’s so-called white supremacist rallies in two Middle Tennessee towns in a straight manner.
Most of the press is reporting the rallies as a hatefest though.
The White Lives Matter rallies in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville on Saturday are openly and unabashedly racist, anti-immigrant and anti-Semitic.
The opening paragraph packs a punch. If you think white lives matter, then you’re defective, or as Hillary Clinton would say, deplorable.
What exactly are your secular sins if you believe that white lives matter?
Racist: recognizes that the races are different and to some degree incompatible with each other.
Anti-immigrant: recognizes that diversity has failed everywhere it’s been tried; rejects forcing citizens to subsidize foreign parasites.
Anti-semitic: understands that the Jewish population unduly influences the economy, politics, culture, and more.
The Traditional Worker Party, the National Socialist Movement (translation: Nazis), the League of the South and Vanguard America are exercising their rights to spew hatred.
Yes, hate speech is protected under the First Amendment.
Spew hatred? That’s simply nonsense, as is easily proved by reading the writings of the people who are associated with these organizations.
The liberals who write these editorials keep saying that Islam should not be judged by Jihadists, while judging deplorables by a handful of infiltrators paid by the FBI, SPLC, etc.
The Jihadists in Islam are real and represent that so-called religion. The infiltrators planted in various nationalist organizations are not real, but were put there to discredit those organizations.
However, that does not mean that hate speech represents the values that make this nation great — our commitment, if imperfect, to pluralism and equality.
Hard work and the pioneer spirit made this nation great, along with a trust in God. Pluralism and equality have held it back.
And, it does not mean that the words of racists, xenophobes and anti-Semites must go unanswered.
Protest comes in many ways.
Even as they defended the right of Americans to express diverse viewpoints, they strongly delivered this message: “We detest inequality, we abhor prejudice, and we denounce injustice.”
Hundreds of faith leaders have condemned the rallies, from Jewish congregations to mosques to the Southern Baptist Convention.
Sadly, these protests have already created panic in the community.
Businesses are closing.
Middle Tennessee State University will have its dorms on lockdown and has canceled events.
The impact to the cities’ economy and reputations will be harsh.
Law enforcement will be tested as they work hard to keep order and protect people’s rights.
The so-called anti-racists who seek to destroy Western civilization created the fear and the panic, not the people who simply want to meet up with each other and hear people with similar ideas speak.
That is why those who stood up to say, “This is not us,” in peaceful protests, prayer vigils and other demonstrations should be applauded.
Textbook definition of bigotry
White Lives Matter emerged from the affirmation the hate groups received from the president of the United States because of his equivocation after the violence in Charlottesville, Va., in August, which left one woman dead at the hands of a racist.
The lives of white people certainly do matter, but so do the lives of brown and black people.
But if you actually say that white lives matter, you’re branded as a hatemonger.
The hate groups have a vision for America that values the existence of only those who think, look and act like them.
That is the textbook definition of racism, discrimination and prejudice.
That is not America. That is not Tennessee. That is not Murfreesboro or Shelbyville.
True, all of mankind throughout history has most valued the existence of those who think, look, and act like them. It’s natural. It’s healthy. It leads to a pleasant existence free from the stresses created by diversity and multiculturalism.
In short, nationalism leads to a sense of community that is lacking when multiculturalism creates division.
Those who seek to control us, enslave us, and amass the wealth that we create are scared sh*tless that we will come together in opposition to them. That’s why they use their propaganda machine, the press, to demonize us.