Remember South Africa As Hatred Grows In The US
In America, the higher education system continues to push an anti-American, racist agenda against white people. The narrative that whites are privileged and unconsciously racist has led to a growing resentment of mainly, the white male. According to the white privilege narrative, American institutions are perpetuating systemic racism which prevents minorities from getting a fair shot in society. Any hatred expressed against the white man is not considered racism as minorities in America have been taught they are oppressed victims and lack the institutional power to discriminate against whites. This is creating a very unstable and divided country with the potential to spin rapidly out of control as the hatred towards white people and their alleged privilege continues to grow.
It isn’t difficult to see where this is leading. The dehumanization of the white male is following the same systematic process that led to diabolical regimes committing genocide across the globe. It works the same every time, blame a certain demographic for societies problems and teach the rest of the population that they are victims of that demographics privileges and abuses. This method of dividing society came through the realizations that Marx’s ideas of class war had not come to fruition. Antonio Gramsci, in an effort to create a new Marxism based on culture as opposed to class coined the term Counter Hegemony as a way of turning society against the dominant culture. The term Hegemony refers to the cultural influence of the dominant social group.
In other words, whites make up the dominant social class in America, therefore they are the oppressors. Gramsci believed that the ruling class through culture and civil society exerted dominance and that other social groups in society lacked any significant organization or leadership. In his Essay Gramsci and the Theory of Hegemony Thomas Bates cites a paragraph from the work The Risorgimento: A Multinational Movement that describes the concept of counter hegemony.
An independent class of intellectuals does not exist, but rather every social group has its own intellectuals. However, the intellectuals of the historically progressive class … exercise such a power of attraction that they end … by subordinating the intellectuals of other social groups and thus create a system of solidarity among all intellectuals, with links of a psychological (vanity) or caste nature. This fact is realized spontaneously in historical periods in which the given social group is truly progressive. (https://ondercetin.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/bates-1975.pdf)
In other words, American society has been broken down into different groups with their own value systems and beliefs that are counter-intuitive to the dominant culture. Feminists, homosexuals, Muslims, Hispanics, African-Americans, and even transgendered people are all bound together by the common thread of being victims of white privilege. In Gramsci’s view, these groups didn’t even realize they were oppressed because they have created a values system that justified their repression. He believed he could change society by encouraging these different groups to go against the dominant culture. This has been an extremely successful undertaking as most of American society now identifies as being a victim of white privilege.
The anger against the white man is not limited to just America. Across the globe, the third world has been systematically taught that the white Europeans were Imperialist men of conquest and that they have unjustifiably stolen the resources of the nations they conquered. The white man stands accused of alone, being responsible for the atrocities committed in the Atlantic slave trade even though Africans themselves participated by selling and enslaving their own people. Arabs have also been involved in trading African slaves as early as the year 900 A.D.
“Africans were not strangers to the slave trade, or to the keeping of slaves. There had been considerable trading of Africans as slaves by Islamic Arab merchants in North Africa since the year 900. When Leo Africanus travelled to West Africa in the 1500s, he recorded in his The Description of Africa and of the Notable Things Therein Contained that, “slaves are the next highest commodity in the marketplace. There is a place where they sell countless slaves on market days.” Criminals and prisoners of war, as well as political prisoners, were often sold in the marketplaces in Gao, Jenne and Timbuktu.” (South African History Online, 2011)
In South Africa, this hatred is quickly coming to fruition as the African National Congress has voted to strip the white farmers, who have been in South Africa since the 1600’s, of their farms without just compensation. Julius Malema is the leader of South Africa’s Marxist party and believes that the whites stole their land and have been unjustly occupying it for centuries.
“The time for reconciliation is over. Now is the time for justice,” Malema told the parliament. “We must ensure that we restore the dignity of our people without compensating the criminals who stole our land.” (RT, 2018)
This is similar rhetoric we hear from some black groups in America demanding that white people pay reparations for the exploitation of black labor during slavery and the alleged injustices that whites continue to perpetrate against blacks today. These include the accusations that blacks are denied equal access to education and afforded equal employment opportunities.
Where is this hatred going to lead us? The rhetoric in South Africa against white farmers and the confiscation of their land is only a small part of the whole story. Since the Marxists have taken over, more than 70,000 white people in South Africa have been brutally murdered. The Marxist ideology is based purely on resentment and hatred towards those who have been portrayed as oppressors and always leads to mass killings of entire populations of people.
In America, the white privilege narrative, as stated earlier, has led to a growing hatred of white people and radical groups sharing in the Marxist mindset have been calling for action. Groups like Black Lives Matter, in response to the Michael Brown shooting, began calling for the death of police officers and white people in America. They have been fallaciously taught that white police officers are deliberately hunting them down and executing them in cold blood. They have been taught for decades that they are victims of a racist America that deliberately keeps them poor. Unfortunately, this is true. Democratic politicians preside over the nation’s poorest cities, while continually advocating for policies that create more government dependence in minority neighborhoods. The impoverished conditions are blamed on white Republicans to keep blacks voting for Democrats. The welfare state continues to expand, which does more to stifle opportunity as more money is siphoned from the private sector only to be wasted in an endless bureaucratic nightmare. Since the war on poverty began over twenty-two trillion dollars has been wasted on programs allegedly designed to alleviate poverty and nothing has changed. Democrats are keeping them down, so they can be used as the next revolutionary army.
If something doesn’t change soon, and conservatives don’t get a hold of our educational institutions, the situation in America could potentially go the way of South Africa and other third world countries. We are reaching a point where nearly all conservative-based groups are being associated with a white supremacist attitude. White Supremacy is being named the biggest national security threat in the nation by the FBI while the whites in South Africa are being targeted for genocide. This is despite the fact that 93% of black murder victims are murdered by other black people. Labeling all whites as white supremacists is sure to keep the fear-based anger alive and well.
We must keep a close eye on what develops in South Africa. Surely, whatever occurs there is sure to inspire Marxist groups in America, who already have been indoctrinated into the politics of hatred and envy, to radicalize and recruit new members into their organizations. While many people will argue that this will never happen here because we have a participatory democracy or a democratic Republic, it is important to remember that South Africa once had something similar. They lost their country to political correctness, skillful propaganda, and pressure from outside groups. America is being overrun with third world immigrants who do not share our values and our opposition is being classified as racism and white supremacism.
“White South Africans, you should remember, have been in that part of Africa for the same amount of time whites have inhabited North America; yet ultimately South Africans voted for their own suicide. We are not so very different from you.
We lost our country through skillful propaganda, pressure from abroad (not least from the U.S.A.), unrelenting charges of “oppression” and “racism,” and the shrewd assessment by African tyrants that the white man has many Achilles’ heels, the most significant of which are his compassion, his belief in the “equality of man,” and his “love your neighbor” philosophy — none of which are part of the Third World’s history.
The mainline churches played a big role in the demise of Western influence throughout Africa, too; especially in South Africa. Today’s tyrants were yesterday’s mission-school protÈgÈs. Many dictators in Africa were men of the cloth. They knew their clerical collars would deflect criticism and obfuscate their real aims, which had nothing whatever to do with the brotherhood of man.” (Rense.com)
Article posted with permission from David Risselada