Reverse Racism [Video]

The argument that “Blacks can’t be racist, only those in power can be racist-” is not only anti-white, it’s anti-black as well.  It’s the sort of left-wing victim ideology which only manages to bring the Black community to deeper levels of depravity, to demand even more succour from the state.

The following is a response to TJ Sotomayor, but as I’ve said before, I have no interest in YouTube debates; this is a video which stands on its own.

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Davis M.J. Aurini

Trained as a Historian at McMaster University, and as an Infantry soldier in the Canadian Forces, I'm a Scholar, Author, Film Maker, and a God fearing Catholic, who loves women for their illogical nature.

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4 Responses

  1. Glenfilthie says:

    I think we have a huge problem. Possibly two:

    a. the racists of the 1960’s were right. Consider the windy speeches of the KKK that were matters of public record. They were on TV saying that if blacks got civil rights, violence would go through the roof, drugs would turn communities into slums, whites would have to lock their doors at night and live in fear. What do we have after half a century of tokenism, affirmative action, and political correctness?

    Detroit. Washington DC and New Orleans are next. How many times do the lefties need to lose that argument?

    b. The stereotypical black family of the 40’s and 50’s were fiercely devout Christians, and they harboured deep seated work ethics that would have made Hercules proud. The blacks are three generations deep into racial equality and now we are seeing a real need to start using terms like ‘nigger’ again. They have committed cultural suicide…and I wonder if we aren’t next? The same leftist influences that destroyed their communities (drugs, welfare) are now tearing apart white communities and families.

    Either way we are going to have to change the way we live and what we believe in the days ahead.

  2. PoopScoop says:

    Hey brother, I just wanted to thank you for what you are doing. Even if only 100 young men come across this, and the whole manosphere deal, you have done more for yo.. people than 100 men have in these days and times. I’m not just referencing this video by the way. Although this was definitely an impressive one.

  3. Strong ending, wouldn’t change it! However, might makes right cuts downhill regardless of who is at the top. I think you went light on Judaism (my cultural emphasis) and those who support ‘being the head and never the tail’ by debt slavery that Jews as a race and culture have championed for at least three thousand years. You are the enemy of anyone who indulges in the belief of Jewish chosenness, and no Chamberlain olive branches can change that. I also differ in that I do not assume slavery of genocide is right or wrong in a universally preferred sense because might makes right and is fickle, and virtue is driven by jeopardy and the binds of the Law of Conservation. I give Brother Sotomayor respect for exercising his agency of natural rights. In the long run, that is always right. If he is his ‘people’ could handle it, assuming for academic exercise he had his society and I had mine, I would be happy to be his ‘brother’ across an internation border. In a federation, not so sure his cultural values would cut it. Brotherhood is never a blank check across time. Real men understand the truth of context and personal interest. After trying to kill each other, Scipio Africanus and Hannibal worked sincerely together to create a peace that would be less expansive than what the extremists in each side wanted. The Carthaginian leaders (men) would not accept Roman supremecy. They and the other men were killed, the survivors, I think basically women and children, were sold into slavery. All buildings were razed and the ground was salted so nothing could live there, not even a weed, and Carthage was no more. Then the Senate, having been radical against Carthage, turn on the soldiers that had won the war, making derilict beggars of bread and circus from a pleb class that had been landed farmers run by patriarchs who with their sons were Rome’s great army. The marriage of banking and politics killed their political power and their lives without the mercy of outright genocide. Female promiscuity was let loose, birth rates declined, hedonism abounded, poverty by government extortion was the fate of most, and immigration ruined the culture if not the biology of Rome. Christianity was adopted as mind control since the armies could no longer be trusted by the leadership, an emperor more and more marketed as a god. I tire of trying to get people to hear me, and it’s not their ears. But the point is, life is always a crisis segregating virtue from vice in the long run. Morality is not a choice any more than beauty. We are forced into behaviors when we think we have free agency because the system of ecology, of life, has its mindless brilliance that is evolution. We must harmonize with our birthright or face pressing against the unstoppable recycle. It is a beautiful thing when men can reason transparently with each other and find a constructive outcome, because that is the exact reason there is human civilization, the reason there are videos of thinkers to be seen online. It is the reason we are above the animals, and I’ll be damned if I am to be in relations that do not support my civilized potential, or to miss on relations that would. I now longer work on grand schemes assuming that everyone could play along. It is better to use chewing gum and duct tape and make something work right now and see where you are later than to trust in humanity that is nothing above the animals without culling. Cooperation and mortal victory are both required by evolution and any morality that would serve one’s mortal interest. Resources are limited, including the freedom of my agency, which I covet to the infinite degree without qualm. I do not trust those who do not feel the same for a political brotherhood within the soverignty, but first things first, my brothers. Be wary of absolutes not of evolutionary process.

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