“Anti-racism” is a code word

What is meant by “anti-racism” is nothing more and nothing less than “anti-European”. The attacks on “racism” have never been anything more than cynical attempts to leverage minority power in America at the expense of the majority.

A group of employees at South Puget Sound Community College sent out an invitation to all 300 staffers.

The “Staff, Faculty and Administrators of Color” encouraged employees to reply to the invitation to find out the confidential date and time of what was being called a “happy hour” to “build support and community” for people of color.

The invite made it clear white people were not invited.

The email read: “If you want to create space for white folks to meet and work on racism, white supremacy, and white privilege to better our campus community and yourselves, please feel free to do just that.”

If you haven’t figured out that “raciss” is merely a rhetorical weapon and minorities have no more interest in equality than feminists do, you are very, very slow on the uptake. Once Europeans are no longer the majority in a given country, they’ll very soon learn how little interest all the various competing minorities who accused them of racism have in “colorblindness”, “racial equality”, “affirmative action”, “proportional representation” and all the other useful little rhetorical fictions that have been successfully used to prevent Europeans from pursuing any group interests.

Of course, we’re already seeing this develop in the United States, as European-Americans not only flee minority-run homelands such as Detroit and Los Angeles, but the Democratic Party as well. This is why amnesty is so important to Democrats, as they are hoping to import sufficient numbers of Hispanics to counter the transition to race-based power politics.

What they will learn, however, is that La Raza is considerably less amenable to political control than the descendants of slaves have been, and they will be rapidly cast aside by those they thought to “lead” and “represent”.