Wednesday, 15 October 2014

The Fear of Being Called a Racist Leads to Children Being Raped

The Fear of Being Called a Racist Leads to Children Being Raped

Jane Everdene
Western Spring
September 23, 2014
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An article on the BBC News website dated 30 August 2014 has the title ‘The Fear of Being Seen as Racist’.
Referring to events in Rotherham, in which it was exposed that around 1,400 of the town’s White girls had been abused, raped and passed around for torture and sexual pleasure by Asian men, the article states: “fear of being viewed as racist has been cited as one of the reasons why child sexual exploitation in Rotherham was allowed to proliferate for 16 years.”
“A fear to confront the subject of race ultimately stopped the council engaging with the wider Rotherham community about the problem, the report suggested.”
According to sources such as the Oxford English Dictionary it was the Jewish Communist Leon Trotsky who coined the word ‘racism’, although this is not entirely corroborated. Certainly the word has been used in an ideological sense by Trotsky and the exact details are not relevant. What is beyond doubt is that the word is employed routinely in the present culture as a weapon with which to silence and accuse. Indeed the word ‘racism’ is aimed as a derogatory insult applied uniquely to White people.
What is meant by the epithet ‘racist’ cannot be pinned down as it is used whenever it suits to score a hit against White people or White interests. Amongst most Whites the view is that taking a violent hatred against another person for the sole reason that they differ to yourself racially is unjust and cruel. This is the most common definition given for ‘racism’ when asked. In practice, however the term ‘racist’ is widely aimed at someone who has not demonstrated any hate of other races but who has simply acknowledged the existence of racial differences. That is all it takes!
The real reason the epithet ‘racist’ was created was to attack and hurt the White race, specifically, and to help in the genocide of our race. Feelings of shame and fear of prosecution, social ostracism, loss of career, etc if accused of being ‘racist’ scare people into silence and this is the fear that the BBC headline on Rotherham refers to.
Blackmailing in this way has created the climate in which millions decide it is prudent to comply with the gagging and not to rock the boat, staying silent and carefully avoiding being recorded as being ‘racist’.
In the light of the 1400 White girls raped and pimped systematically by Asians in Rotherham, this fear of being called ‘racist’ effectively means that those who comply by staying silent are complicit in the crime of child rape.
If instead the observers had put moral duty before cowardly cringing over a pathetic word and gangster-like threats by authorities, those girls could never have been abused en mass as they were.
The abuse of countless other White girls by such Asian men continues in other towns around Britain as well as other crimes committed by non-whites who are unchallenged due to the selfish paralysis or confusion over just what one can object to these people doing if they are members of an immigrant community.
It is a moral duty to speak out against crimes targeting our children – including drug dealing. The paedophilia in this case was a racially defined crime. It is no less objectionable when the culprits are White individuals abusing children – but in those cases the fear of being labeled as racist does not come into play and people will generally do something about it and tell the authorities. If the criminal is not one of the protected establishment elite they are quickly put on trial. The matter of the paedophilia in the establishment is tied in with the immigrant paedophilia as abusers from the very anti-racist Great and Good are supplied with victims from the same care homes that many of the Asian men procured their victims from. This article does not aim to explore that aspect in any detail.
The non-Whites involved in these crimes have a racial contempt for White people. Other races routinely discriminate on the basis of race and commit horrendous crimes particularly against our own White kindred.
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Simply for a White person to favour our own race by being RACIALLY LOYAL we are denigrated as being haters and ‘racist’. This even though we may hope and try to be civil to people of other races in the expectation that the other individual will be similarly considerate to us. It is all as nonsensical as if someone was accused of being familyist’ because they love their own close relatives somewhat more than they love total strangers. Imagine such a crime being written into law with the assumption being that if you are loyal to your family, your wife/husband, children or your parents you must surely hate those who are not in your family – such as your neighbours or absolutely anyone not that close to you. Yet that is how we have been taught to view racial loyalty, but only in the case of White racial loyalty. Somehow even though so many fellow Whites regard the idea of White racial loyalty as a bad thing, these people applaud or admire when another race or religious group pull together to work as a collective. Other races are congratulated for working to advance their group interests at the expense of the Whites who are portrayed as historical oppressors.
None of this is justifiable when one tries to take an objective view of things. It is not normal for humans to think objectively however. Human nature is to be biased as well as manipulated. In fact, our genetic interest should also mean we Whites are loyal to our race, just as other races are to their own. Nature intended this in the same way that we show preference to close kin. Science records ‘kin selection’ as an instinct vital to mammal psychology and a source of self-sacrifice, kindness, generosity and love as well as a healthy sense of identity. All human beings need a sense of identity and our modern extremist taboo against the racial aspect of identity causes mental illness. It leads to a sense of loss of purpose, depression and failure – leaving White people at a disadvantage compared to the other races who are encouraged to embrace a racial identity even when they are of mixed race.
White people going through their lives as rootless individuals unable to embrace their racial identity and forbidden to discriminate, while indoctrinated to feel guilt for any antipathy towards immigrants are seen by the outsiders as clear victim material. They are targeted like disorientated prey by predators. The girls of Rotherham – lambs to the slaughter clearly dangled as temptation to the Asian predators.
The girls had been indoctrinated to view these immigrants as friendly, attractive and glamorous. They are taught in the perverted sex education at school to experiment sexually at an early age and copy the media that pushes over-sexualised imagery of how young women should dress and conduct their relationships. Adults did not warn the girls about this danger. They left it to the system to direct the girls straight into trouble. Even as the girls became embroiled in the abuse the adults turned a blind eye allowing atrocities to happen – out of sight, out of mind. Just so that they would remain respectable non-discriminating participants of multiracial society. Their conformity means they are culpable for the horrendous experiences of the young victims.
When news broke of the industrial scale of the pimping by Asian men of these poor White girls, the public was duly shocked. Questions were asked as to how this was allowed to happen. For the first time in our hysterically anti-racist, anti-White society even mainstream media outlets spoke out about the need to acknowledge the part race plays in this tragedy. People have to change their perspective and stand up to be counted as proud to be ‘racist’ if that really is a prerequisite to demand justice, the guilty charged and their vile practice stamped out.
It is time to shake off the stigma of the accusation of ‘racist’ and see such an accusation instead as if it were a badge of honour. To be a ‘racist’ is to be someone who cares, who stands up against oppression and bullying and who will not look the other way when the welfare of children is concerned. Our children must be raised to value themselves, to have a racial identity and pride that prevents them admiring other groups who have this quality they lack and acting like love struck poultry around hungry foxes. They must learn to discriminate and keep to their own.
Fear of being seen as racist has been exposed as a scourge in our society. Far from being ‘institutionally racist’ as the Ferguson Report stated, the Rotherham scandal has shown the police and social services are institutionally ANTI-racist, with devastating results. Fear of being called ‘racist’ leads to children getting raped.
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