Language of Rebellion

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  1. Bart

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    Hunter Wallace has written an eye opening piece about White discontent.

    We are getting fed up. Men, women, rich, poor, in-between, educated, less educated. All sectors.

    Interersting observations about the South.

    Fascinating article!

    http://www.occidentaldissent.com/

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    Why is the White working class so unusually pissed off while African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to be unemployed?

    It is because African-Americans and Hispanics are buying groceries with EBT cards, getting TANF welfare checks, Energy Assistance, Section 8 housing vouchers, Medicaid, etc.

    The White working class pays for most of the things that African-Americans and Hispanics get for free like public education for their children. It also pays for the government services they receive like EBT cards and Medicaid.

    After supporting African-Americans and Hispanics via the federal government as "the invisible parent,"Â￾ White taxpayers have to pay for the private school for their own children, the mortgage in the suburb to escape crime and diversity, their own groceries at Super Wal-Mart, the rent, the utilities, college tuition, etc.

    If the average single black woman has a net worth of $5 dollars, why are single black women with children becoming much more common? How do they support themselves? It doesn't take Sherlock Holmes to figure it out.

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    Still, amid all of this change, whites without a four-year college degree remain the largest demographic bloc in the workforce. College-educated whites make up about one-fifth of the adult population, while minorities account for a little under one-third. The picture is changing, but whites who have not completed college remain the backbone of many, if not most, communities and workplaces across the country.

    They are also, polls consistently tell us, the most pessimistic and alienated group in American society.

    This is another way of saying that the "taxforce"Â￾ is pessimistic and alienated. We recently learned that 51.5 percent of African-Americans are employed in the United States. Those who are employed and who make the most money work in the diversity-government complex.

    Amazingly, while black employment has fallen to its lowest level in America in forty years, NPR is reporting "The End of Anger"Â￾ among the African-American middle class which "anti-racists"Â￾ always claim are suffering from "white privilege"Â￾ and "institutional racism"Â￾ and "structural racism,"Â￾ but which the polls show to be the consistently most optimistic sector of the population.

    Meanwhile, the "taxforce"Â￾ is paying for all the social services and is getting squeezed harder every year by the growth of the minority population which marginalizes them politically while simultaneously consuming most of the public services. These African-Americans and Hispanics have a "civil right"Â￾ to the paychecks of the White working class.

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    In the Mars Challenge, we saw that Barack Hussein Obama is spending $2 billion dollars a year for the specific purpose of "strengthening"Â￾ African-American, Hispanic, Asian American, and Native American institutions.

    He isn't spending $1 dollar to strengthen White educational institutions.

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    We know from the polling data and anecdotal evidence that our suspicion that the gap between the White racialists and White people is not nearly as large as the vanguard has made it out to be.

    The gap has been closing in recent years as Black Run America has become more explicitly anti-White.

    What's more, this polling data about changing White racial attitudes comes from national samples, which means that White people who live in certain parts of the United States must be feeling dramatically more alienated than those who live in other areas.

    If the answer to "the who question"Â￾ is working class White men, the answer to "the where question"Â￾ is the Old Confederacy, not the Pacific Northwest.

    In 2008, Barack Hussein Obama underperformed John Kerry among Whites in three states: Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Obama won 10 percent of the White vote in Alabama, 11 percent in Mississippi, and 14 percent in Louisiana.

    That was at the height of his popularity and before he arrived in the White House.

    Obama won 60 percent of the White vote in Oregon, 59 percent in Washington, and 36 percent in Idaho. The only states in America where more Whites voted for Barack Obama than Oregon and Washington were Hawaii and Vermont.

    There are parts of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana where Whites vote Republican and African-Americans vote Democrat. Elections are racial headcounts. They reflect Census numbers.

    In the nineteenth century, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana were known as the "Old Southwest."Â￾ The Lower Mississippi Valley is the Achilles Heel of Black Run America. There are more disillusioned Whites living here than anywhere else in America.

    The racial unanimity in hostility to Barack Hussein Obama means that opposition to Black Run America in the Old Southwest must be drawn from all sectors of the White population and at much higher rates than we are seeing nationwide.

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