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Countering Antiwhiteness

Regardless of where you happen to live, you have probably encountered a black worker somewhere wearing pro-BLM attire, and you may have thought: “If a white person were to wear any form of comparable pro-white attire, they’d surely be fired.” Or, perhaps you have witnessed non-whites acting up on the job and thought: “If whites did that, they wouldn’t get away with it.” There are a variety of actions and behaviors that non-whites get away with, but white people do not. This may be frustrating at times, but there is good news—you can do something about it.

Recently, I was traveling through the great, practically all-white state of Maine. This wasn’t the first time I’ve done so, but I was as amazed as before by the number of almost exclusively white businesses. However, something unfortunate happened on the last morning while checking out of my hotel: the individual at the front desk was a black female who was wearing pro-BLM terrorist propaganda attire. Starting an altercation with her over it wouldn’t have accomplished much, so I could do little more than look on in disgust until later, when I could actually do something about it. What I did is call the hotel and ask to speak with the manager. He happened to be out, so I left a voicemail detailing what his employee was wearing and why it was wrong for that individual to cause tension and division at such a nice establishment where people stay while on vacation. I also left a review that was similar in content to what was said in the voicemail to the manager.

No problem here.

Whether the manager will do anything about it is unknown, but I’m positive that he would not have done anything if I had taken no action at all. If I simply let it go, my inaction would have ensured further inaction on his part, and had a negative cumulative effect on my people. Small actions add up to something much larger, as well, and the proof is that everyone already knows that a white person would be fired and viciously attacked if they wore pro-white attire while working at the front desk of a hotel. Action by our opposition ensures that outcome, and inaction on our part reinforces it. We can’t keep turning the other cheek and expecting the circumstances to improve for white people. Every time we do we are moved further down the ladder as second-class citizens in our own nations, and if we allow it to continue, we will only have ourselves to blame.

I have personally determined such outcomes for non-whites in the past. For example, I went to a coffee shop a couple of years ago and was attended to by a black and a mestizo female who incorrectly made my drink. I politely asked them to remake it, and they responded with typical ghetto attitudes, throwing hand gestures and rudely claiming I was wrong. One also attempted to insult me by muttering something about me being white. I asked them to repeat what they said, and they refused. Not only did I ultimately force them to remake my drink as I watched closely, but I called and spoke with their manager later that day. Thankfully, the manager was white, and after reviewing the surveillance video and agreeing that what I said had indeed occurred, guess what? She fired both of them. I didn’t allow two primitive interlopers to get away with treating me as beneath them because I’m white, and I decreased the likelihood of a white-run establishment hiring more of them in the future.

Non-whites view us as passive and weak because they are used to whites not standing up for themselves, and our politeness has been used against us for far too long.

Whites are often verbally abused, and even physically assaulted, while performing everyday tasks like ordering food or a beverage in public. Non-whites view us as passive and weak because they are used to whites not standing up for themselves, and our politeness has been used against us for far too long. White people can effectively determine outcomes for anti-white actions and behavior if we are proactive and apply pressure. Most don’t want to be bothered with it, but they will find a way to bother with you if they haven’t already. The more you let it go on, the worse it will get for yourself and the rest of us, so it’s better to start biting back now instead of allowing it to continue until it swallows you whole. You may not obtain the desired outcome every time, but you will in many situations, and that is preferable to never changing the outcome at all because you didn’t bother to try.

The same goes for politicians or other public figures. If you see a non-white getting away with something that a white person wouldn’t, say something! They’re not untouchable because they are a public personality—if anything that makes these situations even easier to approach. Call their offices, spam their social media accounts, send them emails, and so forth. We can achieve positive outcomes through individual and collective action! We just need to take more initiative. After all, if we don’t handle it, who will? We can band together and do this, and what I did is exactly what our opposition does. They accomplish their goals by attacking and instilling fear in white people over potentially getting fired, demoted, “canceled,” etc. We can and should do the same back to them.

Leaving reviews, making phone calls, and sending emails will add up and make a difference, and the more you do it, the better. The people who win are those who speak with the loudest collective voice, and using your own doesn’t require anything drastic or involve you having to put yourself on the line. If you fail to achieve the desired outcome, you can deny that establishment your business, vote against that politician, boycott that actor, and advise others to do the same, but you can do more. With businesses, leave as many poor reviews as it takes for them to face the consequences of their actions (or lack thereof). With politicians, contact their office or comment on their social media posts about what they are doing wrong. With celebrities and public figures, boycott their projects, blast them on social media, and do whatever else you can to draw attention to and counter anti-white actions and behavior. This is what the opposition does to us—it’s time for us to give it back to them.

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  1. martinelli

    Excellent point and wonderful idea! The last job I had in Seattle I received several text messages from my assistant manager when I asked her to do something differently. Finally, I lodged a formal complaint against her because she texted me a link to a web-site page titled “What White people will never understand: or, Why I hate White People.” I ended up getting fired after I refused to continue to endure her abuse without being allowed to write her up for it. They fired ME for “insubordination” after several text messages from her telling me to “F” off for doing things like asking her to return to the store when she locked anther employee in the store when she had closed for the night (I had that day off). Long story short: in Seattle it has already gotten way past the point of allowing people to wear BLM attire at work. (btw … the store in question was Out of the Closet Thrift Store)

  2. Simon Joy

    I already have a list of companies I will not use but the article takes this sort of action further, hadn’t thought about actively complaining about people wearing anti White propaganda in industry, I will be responding from now on.

  3. Seth Olsen

    Ugh, can we just call it “antiwhiteism” already instead of this “antiwhiteness.” “Whiteness” is part of the lexicon the antiwhites use. Using their terminology is just as damaging as is giving ourselves the names of their choosing like “racist” or “fascist.” It’s counterproductive.

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