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From the time I was young, I had wanted to be a police officer. I grew up watching Adam-12, Police Story, Starsky & Hutch, and other exciting television series that centered on the daily lives of cops. They were the good guys. I admired their sense of honor, their camaraderie, and their desire for justice against criminals. Plus, they looked cool doing it.

I recall one incident during the early 70s when my father and I were leaving a barber shop in Hollywood. We saw two White LAPD officers chase down a fleeing Black man and give him the beating of his life. The Black man was attired in a stereotypical “pimp” outfit with all the accompanying garishness and bling. I don’t know why he was running from the cops, but the notion of a Black man fleeing from or resisting officers wasn’t shocking to me. Even at that age I had a notion that Blacks were not particularly friendly with the police. A good many of the Blacks who were bused into my Junior High and High School from South Central Los Angeles, after all, were thugs and troublemakers.

When I later became a cop in the 1980s, my racial awareness increased greatly. I have worked for four separate police departments throughout my career (now retired). I have patrolled Black ghettos, Mexican barrios, and wealthy White communities. I’ve seen it all and learned many life-lessons.

Like any cop who polices minority communities, you start to get a sense of just how different Blacks and Hispanics are from Whites. I’m not suggesting that Whites don’t commit crime nor that White neighborhoods are crime free. But there is a discernable difference between them, and it became increasingly evident to me after years of working in each of these communities.

Blacks vs. Law Enforcement

One of the first things I noticed was the pace of working in a minority community. The calls were always coming in. Many of them were violent crimes-in-progress such as robberies, gang fights, drive-by shootings, and domestic violence. For young cops right out of the academy, it’s a great opportunity to apply one’s skills and sharpen their street smarts. It’s fun as hell too. But it also leads to burnout because the sheer volume of calls causes fatigue to set in. Most cops get jaded quickly when working in minority neighborhoods, and an us-versus-them mentality soon takes root. White officers working in Black communities are not looked upon as a good thing for obvious reasons, and they make it known how much they don’t like you policing them.

You also discover just how dysfunctional Blacks are. Large numbers of the Black men I encountered on patrol, for instance, were unemployed and were seemingly perfectly content to remain so. At almost any time of the day I would witness both younger and older Black males loitering about at liquor stores with no purpose or direction. Even though they were physically capable of working, many of them simply didn’t. Some of them were selling illegal narcotics, no doubt, while others were engaged in various criminal hustles for a few extra bucks. Many Blacks seemed to view it as acceptable and even normal. There was little if any shame among them because generational welfare is not looked upon as a bad thing.

Due to their volatile and emotional natures, domestic violence among Blacks was a frequent occurrence. They play to the drama of it all, and few people know how difficult it is to calm Blacks once they’re agitated. This is especially so when the responding officers are White. They’ll quickly turn the tables and make it not about domestic violence (or whatever reason necessitated a police response), but about how they’re being racially mistreated by White cops. Racial animus against Whites permeates their entire way of thinking. Many Black children grow up seeing this conflict between the police and parents as a regular thing. When I patrolled through a Black housing project, the children wouldn’t even smile or wave at me.

Even the kind of language and expressions an officer employs when dealing with Blacks is vastly different than how that same officer might speak to others. For example, when I would try to get information from a battered Black female victim of domestic violence, it would have been strange indeed to ask where her husband was at or where the father of her children could be found. This is because most of these Black women were unmarried, and the children do not really have a father in the customary sense. I would, instead, have to ask her: “Where’s baby’s daddy?” because that’s all these Black men were doing — namely, producing babies with single mothers. No marriage. No commitment to the mothers — not to their own children.

You almost can’t believe it at times how incredibly dim-witted they are. For Whites such as myself that grew up in a functional home with stable parents, I was sometimes astounded at how unstable and disordered the lives of Blacks were. Chaos ruled the day for most of the ones I encountered.

You also get a good sense of just how impulsive and temperamental Blacks are. They’ll commit the most violent crimes against others and think little of the consequences of their actions. They don’t seem to care even when it’s one of their own. The whole Black solidarity and brotherhood thing, by the way, is just empty talk. It means nothing to Blacks once you get a grasp of how they treat each other. The popular slogan of “Black Lives Matter” matters little to American Blacks if one looks at their skyrocketing murder rates.

The sort of thought process and pre-cautions that might go through the mind of a White person before engaging in a crime, doesn’t even seem to register with many Blacks. In the 1992 movie White Men Can’t Jump, there’s a scene that illustrates perfectly what I’m referring to. When Raymond (a basketball street hustler) sets up a match against Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson, he doesn’t quite have the money he needs for the bet.

So, what does he do? He returns to his car, pulls out a handgun and ski mask from the glove compartment. He then crosses the street and enters a liquor store. Raymond tries to rob the store owner, but the owner recognizes him. The entire robbery failed from the start. For Raymond there was no thought process. No planning. No serious attempt to disguise himself. Our human bio-diversity friends would describe it as evidence of ‘poor future time orientation,’ and indeed it was. All Raymond could think of was raising quick money for his basketball hustle. That’s about all his little brain could handle. When I was cop in Southern California, I saw a thoughtless and impulsive Raymond-type almost daily. Black communities are filled with them.

Interestingly, Black officers would sometimes openly concede how dysfunctional and criminal their own people are. Even they couldn’t deny it. The very racial truths I would get fired for daring to say, Black cops would declare openly at times during our morning briefings. Everyone would laugh because they knew it was true. But good luck to any White officer who might be inclined to say the same things.

In the state I worked in, there were Black, Hispanic, and Asian peace officer associations. They were allowed to freely associate together, raise funds for their group, and even advertise themselves based solely on their racial identity. It was all perfectly acceptable, and Whites were expected to support and celebrate it too. Yet White cops were never allowed to form the same type of associations based on their racial identity and interests. Any attempt on their part of would be instantly condemned and attacked as ‘divisive’ and ‘racist.’

Many years ago, I was called into the captain’s office because I had issued too many traffic tickets to Black and Hispanic motorists in the area. I was warned that it might appear as if I were “racially profiling” them, and that I needed to stop it. I explained to the captain that the community was almost 80% Black and many Hispanics resided in the area too, but it mattered little to him. The mere appearance of racially targeting minorities was enough to stop whatever I was doing. This resulted in making me hypersensitive to the racial makeup of anyone I was stopping. Instead of being concerned about the traffic violation, I was more concerned that I didn’t stop too many minorities on any given day. I would try to find White drivers who committed traffic infractions, which then made me guilty of racially profiling Whites!

Thus, what was intended to prevent me from “racially profiling” minority drivers contributed to it in some way. One’s race now became a factor in whether I was going to pull them over or not, the very thing cops are ordered not to do. That was over twenty years ago, and things have only got crazier since.

I also learned that the media’s portrayal of Blacks as ‘innocent’ and ‘oppressed’ to be so far from the truth that it’s surprising anyone would believe it. This discovery was not theoretical, but practical since I was constantly surrounded by Blacks in my job. Working around Blacks tends to dispel the mythology the media creates about Black oppression and what wonderful contributions they make to society.

Most Whites couldn’t relate to this because they don’t work daily in Black communities. They haven’t had any protracted contact with Blacks. They know nothing about their home lives or what their neighborhoods are like. And the few Blacks they do encounter tend to be the ‘good’ or ‘safe’ Blacks —you know, the educated mulattos who appear less threatening, or the racially-correct television sitcoms they watch where Blacks are portrayed as doctors and scientists.

The notion that White police officers target Blacks because of the color of their skin is also another lie or, at best, a half-truth. Many of these same officers who target Blacks for allegedly “no reason” are Black themselves. If Blacks are targeted, it’s almost always because of outstanding warrants or for crimes they’ve committed. The cops in the area also know who their “frequent flyers” are (local gang members, drug dealers, and thieves), and these are the people they target — but it has nothing to do with their skin pigmentation.

Huge numbers of Blacks are also on parole which includes stipulations that they can be searched by a law enforcement officer at any time. Such searches are a means to keeping parolees in compliance with their parole terms. Many people are not aware of this, and so when they witness officers stopping and frisking Black males on the street, they wrongly assume that they’re being “racially profiled” and “harassed” by the cops.

White cops working in Black communities also discover that the greater number of Blacks will almost always side with their criminal “brothas,” regardless of the crime committed. They have little sense of honor, integrity, nor of justice. Black gangsters in Chicago will murder each other (including many innocent bystanders) in skyrocketing numbers on a weekly basis. And yet when police investigators try to get information on the shooters, it’s like pulling teeth. Blacks refuse to cooperate, and when they do, it’s a rare occasion indeed. They tend to view the entire criminal justice system as the White man’s system that unfairly and disproportionately incarcerates them. When Blacks whine about “injustice,” what they’re really complaining about is having got caught and then given a lengthy sentence for their violent crimes. This is how they think and see the world around them. Our penitentiaries are filled with Black males, but it’s rare to find a Black man who will admit his crimes and agree that he was justly sentenced. This level of honesty and self-awareness is not common among American Blacks.

Chicago, like every other big city in America with a large Black demographic, does not have a gun problem. No, it has a Black problem, but we’re not allowed to say so. As a White cop, you learn to use “code words” when describing criminal Blacks that’s really no different than what the media does when it describes marauding groups of young Black males as “teens.” It’s a “safe” expression, but we all know what it means.

Most cops know that Blacks are the real problem. “Normie” White Americans, would interpret my words as “racist” and fueled by “hatred” for Blacks. Yet cops working cities such as Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Oakland, and Birmingham know all-too-well that these Black-on-Black shootings are not being carried out by the Amish or Swedish tourists, but by Black males. This is what society cannot admit to itself. To do so would cause devastating cracks throughout today’s racial grievance industry. The question of whether Blacks are even suitable for White societies because of their dysfunctional ways and their proclivities toward violent crime would arise. The entire multicultural edifice could come crumbling if such thoughts were seriously entertained. Thus, the deeper questions of why Blacks are so volatile and dangerous must be avoided at all costs.

Policing the Barrio

Working in a largely Hispanic community opened my eyes to another set of problems. Although I found Mexicans to be more tolerable than Blacks, they have a strong gang culture, their neighborhoods are infested with illegal narcotics, out-of-wedlock births are common, hit-and-run collisions are routine (mostly because they are unlicensed, uninsured, or drunk!), and alcohol abuse is rampant. Most of the illegal aliens from Mexico are “mestizos” (mixed indigenous natives) and, as a result, alcohol is not metabolized well in their systems. It completely devastates their lives and it effects everyone. Many of these same Hispanics find it nearly impossible to associate alcohol with driving as a bad thing because alcohol consumption is so deeply rooted in their culture. Thus, the number of Hispanics who are arrested while driving intoxicated would stagger the minds of most people. But this is because Mexicans are not generally known to be highly intelligent and law-abiding.

Having worked in Mexican barrios in Southern California, I’m not persuaded by those who argue that Hispanics do not commit high rates of crime. Gang shootings, domestic violence, overdoses, and DUI’s were a daily occurrence. Mexican cartels have also made tremendous inroads in states like California, Arizona, and Texas. Their handiwork of decapitated bodies strewn about the desert is well known. Again, the degree and frequency of crime that Hispanics engage in may not be as high as Blacks, but their communities are still not safe places to live in. Though I have met many decent Mexican people, the original vision of our American founders would have never included them as citizens.

Mexicans are applauded for their “family values” by gullible White conservatives. And while their families are generally more intact than Black families, it’s important to understand what some of those “family values” entail. Few people know that incest and child sexual abuse is rampant in Mexican communities. Over the years, I’ve investigated many such cases. I’ve talked to other investigators who were shocked at the number of child sexual abuses among Hispanics. Most of it is not even reported to the police due to fear of being deported. There is also the fear of bringing shame onto one’s family by speaking out.

The Hispanics in America, like Blacks, soon learn how to use racial grievances against the White man to their advantage. They are instructed and soon emboldened by pro-Mexican organizations such as La Raza that want to take back land from the U.S. — land they believe was stolen from them. The White officer will inevitably encounter them, and they can be just as racially radicalized as any Black person they might encounter.

The Democrats, of course, work to weaponize Hispanics against the greater White majority. They see the millions of Hispanics in America as their new voting base, and it’s no wonder they support illegal immigration and want no border controls. Chamber-of-Commerce Republicans, on the other hand, see these same hordes of Hispanics as cheap laborers for their business and corporation base. Thus, both parties support illegal immigration, but for different reasons. Is it any wonder why Congress after all these years has still not resolved the issue of illegal immigration, and even refuses to secure our southern border?

Policing While White

Policing a mostly upper middle-class White community was a major relief in terms of call volume and the seriousness of the crimes that occurred. Violent crimes did happen now and then, but it was generally rare. Drug usage, vandalism, overdoses, tenant arguments, domestic disputes, credit card fraud, and various White-collar crimes seemed to be what I dealt with the most. On many occasions, there were few calls for service during my shift. This would never happen when working in a Black or Hispanic community. I found Whites to be pretty much law-abiding, although that might not be the case in some poor rural towns in the South. But even then, it would never devolve to the same degree as is typical in almost every lower-class Black community.

Working as a White police officer, especially if you work in a big city, you’ll experience some “reverse racism.” It’s not rare to see less qualified Blacks and Hispanic officers getting promoted over White officers due to affirmative action quotas. This is almost guaranteed to be the case if the command staff is comprised of minorities. Officers or deputies working in more rural areas will likely experience less of this discrimination because fewer minorities are present. In fact, I try to urge White officers to consider transferring out of big-city police departments if they can do so. They will find themselves in a less hostile work environment, and much more appreciated too. Rural communities tend to be more supportive of law enforcement in large part because they are White communities.

I no longer recommend a career in law enforcement for Whites, at least in terms of working for big-city police departments. This is because modern policing has largely gone “woke.” The administrators and command staff for many agencies have been deeply influenced by “progressive,” left-leaning social policies.

Officers today are expected to perform their duties as a mix between psychologist and social workers. While this has always been expected to some limited degree among cops, these expectations and many more are incumbent upon today’s new breed of officers. They are expected to resolve or at least attempt to resolve a myriad of social problems they encounter. They must be everything to everyone. Too much, in my opinion, is placed on their shoulders.

Cops must treat everyone with kid gloves, even the criminals. The slightest off-color or politically incorrect remark can ruin an entire career. Officers must often walk on eggshells with almost everyone they meet. People know it too, and they’re quick to file formal complaints if an officer doesn’t quite meet their expectations.

In my career, I’ve had people complain to my supervisor about something I’ve said or done. These were all relatively minor and determined to be unfounded. However, I’ve had five formal complaints filed against me over the years for the most outlandish claims. In each of these, my body camera saved my bacon and proved that the allegations were mere fabrications.

For example, in 2002 I was accused of beating up a 17-year-old male teenager who was walking to the rear of a grocery store on his way home. This was around 3am in the morning, and it at first appeared suspicious. When I contacted the boy, I asked if I could speak to him. I explained my reason for approaching him and my concerns as to him being out so late at night. He told me he was coming home late from a party and was taking a shortcut to his house. Our conversation was brief but cordial. The teenager left and I resumed patrol. Approximately 30 minutes later I was requested to return to the station and meet with my watch commander. I was then informed that the teen alleged I had “roughed him up” behind the grocery store and his parents were going to file a formal complaint against me.

Yet what the teenage and his parents did not know is that I was equipped with a MAV (Mobile Audio Visual) device. Our conversation was audibly recorded, and my dash camera caught the entire incident on video. Everything I was accused of was false, and I had video to prove it.

One another occasion, I and five other officers were accused of being racially unfair and unprofessional to a Black woman who had assaulted another women during a business dispute. None of the officers at the scene, including one who was Black himself, said or did anything even remotely suggestive of race. Our conduct was completely professional and unbiased. The Black woman was angry because I dared to request her driver’s license which made her “feel” like she was being racially targeted. The result? An Internal Affairs investigation was conducted on each of the officers present, including a thorough review of all our body cameras. After we were each found acquitted of any wrongdoing or policy violations, the case was sent to the District Attorney’s office for their review. They too found that none of the officers engaged in any form of racial profiling or bias. But it didn’t end there. The matter was pursued all the way up to a federal court where it was finally “dismissed with prejudice.” The matter took two full years to resolve.

The general trust that was at one time afforded to officers by county district attorneys and judges are now gone. The prevailing attitude seems to be that if it’s not recorded on the officer’s body camera or caught on video surveillance, it didn’t happen. My experience has led me to believe that officers are generally viewed with suspicion by the criminal justice system. They are no longer trusted as they once were. All of this, of course, comports with what America has morphed into — namely, a no-trust society due in large part to multiracialism which breeds division. Granted, some officers over the years have contributed to this absence of trust. Yet the overwhelming number of officers in the U.S. perform their jobs professionally and ethically. They are dismayed as everyone else is when they hear of officers abusing their authority.

There’s also the belief held by many Americans that cops routinely plant drugs and guns on minorities they stop and frisk. They imagine that White cops drive around looking for Blacks they can gun down, and somehow the entire system is guaranteed to protect them!? Such beliefs about what cops do are so off the mark that it becomes laughable, and it’s gotten worse since the death of George Floyd. Many DA’s, in fact, would be thrilled to prosecute an officer for wrongdoing because it would prove how “impartial” and “non-racist” they are.

No one who is informed denies that cops have at times abused their authority, as well as occasions where an unreasonable use of force was employed. This includes deadly force. But these are very rare occasions when compared to the millions of contacts that cops have daily with people nationwide. When one carefully reviews these officer-involved shootings, it will almost always be found that Blacks escalated things by resisting arrest or not complying with lawful orders. And yet the subject can’t be treated fairly because of all the hysterical voices involved.

The racial grievance industry in America has polluted everything, including the criminal justice system which is supposed to maintain its integrity and objectivity in legal matters. Yet one northern California county that I worked in distributed a letter from its district attorney’s office to all local law enforcement agencies informing them that one’s race and economic status would be considered in any criminal sentencing. This meant that if the convicted offender were a minority and poor, he would be given a lighter sentence. They wouldn’t phrase it as crudely as that, of course, but that’s essentially what was meant. Yet we must ask ourselves: Why should any of that play a role in one’s sentencing? Did the person commit the crime or not? Isn’t justice supposed to be blind?

This same liberal county will not prosecute homeless shoplifters. They reason that if homeless persons are stealing food, they must do so because they are hungry and economically disadvantaged. Truth is, the homeless are pretty much stealing alcohol. If they want food, they can easily get a free meal at any nearby homeless shelter. When homeless persons are arrested for shoplifting (usually they’re issued a ticket with a court date and released), the D.A. refuses to prosecute them “in the interest of justice.” What double talk! Justice is denied to the victims “in the interest of justice”?! And those who should be held to account skirt justice altogether. What a great criminal justice system we have.

Many people in the county are indignant when they discover that the homeless aren’t being prosecuted for such thievery. I made sure to remind them when I could that these were the very bleeding-heart politicians they voted into office.

In 2014, Californians voted to pass Proposition 47 termed “The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act.” It reclassified certain theft and drug possession offenses from felonies to misdemeanors. Possession of and use of methamphetamine, for example, was now deemed a misdemeanor and no longer a felony. A host of other dangerous narcotics were also reclassified as misdemeanors which essentially made using and possessing it no big deal.

Prop 47 also sought to reduce the number of people incarcerated in California’s prisons reclassifying their crimes from felonies to misdemeanors. The result? Black and Hispanic crime exploded in the Golden State. County probation departments were now expected to manage and control thousands of hardened felons released from state prisons. Probation officers were burdened with enormous caseloads which has resulted in poor oversight of these same felons. Californians who voted for the Orwellian “Safe Neighborhoods Act” will once again pay for their foolish decisions.

California’s obsession with “racial equity” can also be seen in that it requires all California peace officers to complete a racial questionnaire after every traffic stop or when detaining anyone. This is referred to as “Stop-Data” which consists of about five separate categories of questions related to one’s race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. The state wants to know the officer’s perceptions of the person prior to the time they stopped him or her. They want to know what race or ethnicity the person was. Was the person gay, transgender, lesbian, non-binary? The state wants also a brief narrative of why the person was stopped and what actions if any the officer may have taken. Since this is required after every single traffic stop and detainment, how likely is it that cops will continue to be proactive and seek out criminals? Police work is already filled with excessive paperwork, and the new “Stop Data” requirements will only give cops another reason to look the other way.

But it doesn’t stop there. Both the State of California and the federal government have another information gathering system called CIBRS (California Incident-Based Reporting System) and NIBRS (National Incident-Based Reporting System) that officers are mandated to complete prior to the end of their shifts. This requires from the officer the same sort of information that “Stop Data” does, except it’s much more detailed, requiring such data as victim information, known offenders, relationships between victims and offenders, the crime committed or attempted, the race or ethnicity of anyone entered into the system, including their sexual orientation, and the list goes on. Such entries in CIBRS and NIBRS must be completed by an officer in all police reports he submits. This is typical of how state and federal authorities waste the time of officers by mandating they complete over and over the same redundant information.

In the same way that the U.S. military is working to purge personnel that might question or resist their “woke” policies (usually politically conservative White males), so the same seems to be occurring in the law enforcement profession. In California, for example, officers will be recertified every two years under new P.O.S.T (Peace Officer Standards and Training) guidelines. Its purpose is to prevent sketchy officers who have engaged in unprofessional and illegal conduct from continuing their employment as peace officers. Officer-involved shootings, uses of force, policy violations, and internal affairs investigations will all be reviewed to determine if an officer is fit for duty. This is not a bad thing per se, and it may help to weed out those who should not have been hired in the first place.

The problem is that the board conducting the recertifications has some political “activists” who are not police friendly. It’s highly questionable whether they can be neutral and objective in their decisions. While there may be one or two persons on the board who have served as officers, most of them have not. I seriously doubt they understand the nature, various nuances, and dynamics of police work. The greater number of them seem to come from the political left, and I suppose a few of them would gladly support today’s “defund the police” movement. I doubt that politically conservative and patriotic White males who happen to also be cops would be looked upon favorably. This kind of politically motivated P.O.S.T. recertification board could over time purge White males from the profession – especially if every officer’s social media account, including former and current ones, must be disclosed to the board. At this point, anything is possible in California under the state’s current governor who has become drunk with power.

There is also another trend developing in California in which officer-involved shootings and other uses of force that in the past were deemed justifiable and within department policy, are now being reviewed by some district attorneys as potential crimes under color of authority. Such incidents are scrutinized with a “post-Floyd” critical eye that interprets all uses of force prior to the death of George Floyd with the newer policies after his death. This is brazenly unfair to the officer, of course, and yet this appears to be the new direction of California’s legal system.

Taken all together, it really does appear as if California legislatures and various authorities don’t want to quell California’s enormous crime problem. They seemingly want to make it as easy as possible for criminals to flourish, and to not experience any real consequences for their actions. California cops, on the other hand, are overly scrutinized, mistrusted, and burdened with mind-numbing questionnaires and racial “busy work.” This results in widespread demoralization among the officers, and, as noted above, they are discouraged from policing their communities in a proactive way (e.g., checking on suspicious persons, traffic stops, trying to stop crimes before they occur, etc.).

The criminal justice system in America, it must be remembered, is simply an arm of the Globo-Homo system. It’s part-and-parcel to it. It reflects its values and fundamental beliefs. At its core, it is anti-White. The system doesn’t take kindly to conservative Whites, particularly Whites who happen to have a strong racial identity. This needs to be kept in mind by any White person considering a career in law enforcement.

What will those same White officers do when the system demands they break their oath? How will they react when the system mandates they arrest Whites who stand up for their racial and cultural interests? When the system requires them to confiscate the firearms of its citizens in violation of the Second Amendment, will they comply with such orders? The system will demand that White officers do their “duty” (however conceived), but if they refuse, they will no longer be employed as peace officers.

Remember when all the officers were ordered to stand down during the Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown riots? The same thing occurred when “Black Lives Matter” rioters smashed up, looted, and caused havoc in city after city throughout the Summer of 2020. Think also of how officers were commanded to do nothing and even take the abuse leveled against them during the George Floyd riots. Remember all those cucks in uniform who took a knee to show their solidarity that Floyd’s death was “tragic” and “racially motivated”? Well, that’s likely going to be expected — even required — of all cops in any future riots fueled by racial animus against Whites.

Is this what Whites want to be part of? Do we really want to cooperate with a system bent on our dispossession?

I think we need to face the reality that the law enforcement system in America — along with the courts and federal government — works against the racial interests of Heritage Americans (Whites). It does not have our best interests at heart, and it hasn’t for many decades. In fact, it despises us and there can be little doubt that it’s working day and night to replace us with millions of Third-World immigrants.

The law enforcement system in America, it seems to me, is best suited for minorities, liberal women, homosexuals, transgenders, and White male cucks who have been so deracinated and racially neutered that they will gladly do anything it tells them. Racially conscious Whites, on the other hand, should see the psychotic system for what it is and have nothing to do with it.

(Republished from The Occidental Observer by permission of author or representative)
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