Here is a 20 minute preview of an upcoming documentary regarding the ongoing genocide of white people around the world. I strongly suggest watching the whole thing all the way through and doing so with an open mind and not just responding the way we have been conditioned to think (ie. it’s just racist propaganda put out by low IQ psychos who hate people who look different). I know this is a touchy subject, but I wouldn’t be sharing this if I didn’t think it was important. I’d like to think that no matter how much brainwashing we have all been subjected to that ultimately, our survival instincts are still in tact and will tell us that what this video is discussing is very real.
I know when people see the term “Genocide” they naturally think of events like the Holocaust or Rwanda in 1994 (ie, large scale murders), and so won’t consider what’s happening to us a genocide. However, if we look at the UN definition of genocide, we see an entirely different story. Just to take a few examples.
Propaganda campaigns and fabrications about the targeted group used to justify acts against a targeted group by use of dominant, controlled media or “mirror politics”
The video deals with a few examples of this, but if I can add one of my own, we now have college courses on “The problem with Whiteness”. That’s a blatant example of the demonising of white people.
The destruction of or attacks on cultural and religious property and symbols of the targeted group that may be designed to annihilate the historic presence of the group or groups;
Often, people can’t even display their country’s flag in their own country, for fear of offending immigrants. Why these immigrants are in a country whose flag offends them is never explained. Of course Christianity, the dominant religion of the West for centuries has been severely undermined and those who still cling on to it, are generally ridiculed as being backwards in their beliefs.
Other practices designed to complete the exclusion of targeted group from social/political life.
So called “positive discrimination” which gives minorities unfair advantages in certain endeavours than the majority group.
The fact of the matter is, I don’t have any problems with other cultures or races. I just think we have as much right to preserve our own as anyone else does. I don’t think that’s unreasonable, and I would hope that others would see things the same way.