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Just you wait. In the fullness of time, Donald J. Trump will be blamed for “creating the atmosphere” that led to the Texas cop massacre of July 7.

However, at least by the same standards applied to Mr. Trump, Barrack Hussein Obama should be fingered for encouraging Micah Xavier Johnson to “shoot a dozen Dallas police officers, killing five.”

Is it unreasonable to conclude that the not-so-subaudible dog-whistle emitted by Obama, a day prior, must have reached mass murderer Johnson and might have spurred his actions?

Issued from Poland, of all places, Obama had lamented the recent “police shooting deaths of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota,” saying that these “should trouble all Americans,” as they “reflect deep-seated racial disparities in the U.S. criminal justice system.”

Conveniently, on July 9, Obama was quick to issue a different ruling: “We cannot let the actions of a few define all of us,” he declared, post Dallas. As his objective, Dallas shooter Micah Xavier Johnson stated “he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.” Yet the disjunction promoted by this dreadful cur of a president has been that white-on-black criminal acts are indicative of root-and-branch racism; not the obverse.

Collective guilt for thee, but not for me.

Obama’s impulse has been to unite himself with Black America against White America. He has thus been quick to insert himself into each high-profile altercation between African Americans and the police, always on the side of his black constituents. He first assumed the role of president of Black America, by berating the Cambridge police in the case of Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Helped by his cabbie, Gates was seen forcing the front door to his home. To their detriment, Sgt. James Crowley and Officer James Figueroa rushed to the rescue, only to be cursed out by Gates on arrival for their alleged racial bias. Obama completed the job no decent person would do by subjecting the two officers to a national racial ramrodding. They acted stupidly, he told the country.

In 2012, the president famously hastened to say this about a slain black teenager, who had been first to aggress against his terrified killer: “If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon Martin.” A reductio ad absurdum of that meme has now surfaced on Twitter. Reads a caption appended to an image of black murderer du jour Johnson: “If president Obama had a son, he’d look like Micah Xavier Johnson.”


In 2014, Obama once again inflamed country wide unrest among the perpetually restive, in the shooting death of Michael Brown (black), by police officer Darren Wilson (white), in Ferguson, Missouri.

The president just couldn’t put a sock in it when it came to his personal affinity for Gates, Trayvon or Brown, the last of whom had robbed a convenience store and tackled the cop who shot him. True to type, Obama made sure to saddle a “deeply rooted” racism plaguing the U.S. for the mishaps between cops and the communities of color they police.

The point made here is not that excessive use of police force against Americans, all Americans, is not a reality in the US. It certainly is. Eric Garner—a small-time peddler killed-by-cop for selling single smokes on a New York street corner—was 100 percent innocent in natural law when his life was snuffed out by law-enforcement. Freddie Gray did not break his own neck and spinal column, if we are to trust the assessment of famed forensic pathologist Cyril Wecht.

Neither is the point made here meant to belabor the issues conservative commentators generally belabor, namely that Obama impugns cops without giving them their due-process rights. This Obama most certainly does, but it’s not his central conceit.

Obama’s affront to America is his racial particularism. At issue here are Obama’s snide, systematic interventions to collectively impugn White America.

He and his first attorney general, Eric Holder, have been like two pimps in a pod in their rush to racialize law-and-order incidents. Holder even declared: “I am the attorney general of the United States, but I am also a black man.” (The unfit, fanatically Islamophilic Loretta Lynch, confirmed by Republicans, is living up to the racial mantle of her buddy, Holder.)

And the president of black America and his Department of Justice posse have been mum about black-on-white crime—from America’s perennial race riots and their signature sock-it-to-cracker knockout game, documented in ghastly detail by veteran journalist Colin Flaherty, to what Thomas Sowell has excoriated as the ongoing “orchestrated racial attacks” against persons and property not black: “either whites in general or people of Asian ancestry.”

This president boils with anti-white bile. It spills over into his books and is evident in his deeds.

In my new book, “The Trump Revolution: The Donald’s Creative Destruction Deconstructed,” I argue that Americans are tired of being racially upbraided. Trump’s silenced majority is sick of being falsely accused of racial infractions of which it is innocent.

Take it from this immigrant: American society is not racist. If anything, Americans are racial or ethno-masochists, prostrating themselves and their progeny in the name of politically correct pieties.

No presidential candidate should be in the business of catering to ethnic or racial passions. But Donald Trump is especially indifferent to what Townhall columnist Jack Kerwick has termed the Racial-Industrial-Complex (RIC). Trump has cleverly shrugged off the pigment burden foisted collectively on white America by the racial grievance industry. Unlike Hillary Clinton who constantly rubs white noses in the detritus of racial guilt—the Republican candidate has, by default, rejected the received tenet of systemic, white racism.

At a recent Harlem neighborhood gathering, Mrs. Clinton rabbited on about deep-rooted racism in America. Whites needed to recognize their privilege and practice humility, she puled.

You might catch Trump celebrating a successful black-owned franchise in Harlem, but there’ll be no locking arms with the shysters Al (Sharpton) and Jesse (Jackson); no pilgrimage to Selma, Alabama, or marches to Montgomery.

Trump is refreshingly switched-off from and unfazed by the “Racial-Industrial-Complex.” It’s what sane Americans want in a president. You might say Trump is congenitally incapable of dignifying the daily, liberal, anti-white onslaught. This is precisely what self-respecting Americans want in their next president.


ILANA Mercer is the author of “The Trump Revolution: The Donald’s Creative Destruction Deconstructed” (June, 2016), and “Into The Cannibal’s Pot: Lessons for America From Post-Apartheid South Africa” (2011). She has been writing a popular, weekly, paleolibertarian column—begun in Canada—since 1999. Ilana’s online homes are & Follow her on

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  1. jtgw says: • Website

    It’s difficult to parse these situations with our incomplete knowledge. As a libertarian, I condemn police abuse and the failure to observe due process; at the same time, I don’t believe aggression and violence among private citizens should be rewarded or tolerated. But I would hope we can all agree that, unless the confrontation involves federal agents in pursuit of federal crimes, none of this is the business of Obama or the federal government. No doubt there will be more calls to “do something” about the situation in Dallas and elsewhere, despite the fact that the feds have no constitutional authority to get involved.

    • Agree: pink_point
  2. KenH says:

    This country is so far down the slippery slope to civil war/race war that a Trump presidency can do little to change that outcome. Exhortations to “love and cherish each other” won’t move many people at this juncture. I will never love and cherish any black person given their general behavior and attitude towards whites especially these last eight years.

    More policy wonkery, whether social or economic, won’t work even if Trump wins. Race matters and it matters a lot and it’s time all the “race doesn’t matter” types across the political spectrum come clean and recognize that blacks and whites cannot inhabit the same living space. It’s time to abandon forced integration and embrace freedom of association which will lead to de facto segregation, but will usher in more peace and a state of affairs more preferable to what we have now.

    • Replies: @Alden
  3. Kerry says:

    “American society is not racist. If anything, Americans are racial or ethno-masochists, prostrating themselves and their progeny in the name of politically correct pieties.”

    Well said, when it comes to race relations white-Americans have, for the most part practiced what they preached, often times to their detriment. What other groups willingly sends their children to a place where eight hours a day they’re taught that their ancestors were the most evil beings to ever walk the Earh?

    As for Hillary and Barry Husain, they should be using their platform to ask the black community how looting and killing innocent people helps move a discussion about (supposed) injustice forward in a positive direction.

    • Replies: @Ivy
  4. Looked at one way, Obama is admirable: He is loyal to his race, however badly they behave. White people need to emulate him and start being loyal to the interests of their race. What terrifies liberals about Trump is that he represents, perhaps unconsciously and certainly imperfectly, the forces of white identitarianism. Whether white identitarianism can turn this situation around or whether whites (at least in North America and western Europe) are simply doomed to descend to the status of whites in South Africa is hanging in the balance.

    • Agree: pink_point
    • Replies: @jtgw
    , @uslabor
  5. jtgw says: • Website
    @Diversity Heretic

    Isn’t blind loyalty a bad characteristic? I prefer those blacks who are not afraid to criticize their fellow blacks, like Thomas Sowell or Walter Williams.

    • Replies: @Wally
  6. KenH says:

    He first assumed the role of president of Black America,……..

    There shouldn’t be any doubt that Obama represents blacks firstly and foremost, but Muslims and illegal aliens are in a dead heat for 1A. Hussein Obama has been busily imposing his brand of social justice on the nation since he took office which has largely entailed furthering the radical black race agenda.

    There’s nothing democratic about the Democrat party as they’ve become a mixture of Bolshevism and African National Congress. They harbor implacable hostility to non-liberal/non-self hating whites, the Constitution and American history and traditions.

  7. Ivy says:

    Hillary, Obama and so many other politicians seem to care more about not offending noisy SJW groups than they care about offending quieter groups such as what was once called The Silent Majority. That has the effect of dragging down the class average.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
  8. Brohemius says:

    “…this dreadful cur of a president…” This is an immortal phrase.

    • Agree: Ace
  9. “Looked at one way, Obama is admirable: He is loyal to his race, however badly they behave.”

    What is truly remarkable is that but for achieving the Presidency, the vast majority of Black Americans would have nothing to do with Obama for a number of reasons.

  10. woodNfish says:

    Collective guilt for thee, but not for me.

    I no longer care what the head nigger says.

  11. As his objective, Dallas shooter Micah Xavier Johnson stated “he wanted to kill white people, especially white officers.”

    How do you know he said that, Mercer? Who told you?

    Who witnessed him saying that?

    Did a judge rule on whether the statement could be admitted into evidence?

    Did a jury rule on his guilt or innocence?

    Who decided on the sentence to be levied against Johnson?

    Was he given the right to appeal the decision of the jury/judge before the sentence was executed, by robot?

    • Replies: @Auntie Analogue
  12. @SolontoCroesus

    My dear SolontoCroesus, so far as I can make out from all I’ve read, it was the black Dallas police officer negotiators with whom Johnson insisted exclusively on speaking with who reported what Johnson said to them. So maybe those black police officers are White supremacist propagandists?

    • Replies: @Truth
  13. You people will rue the day when Obama is out of office.
    Trump or Clinton take your pick!

    P.S. I don’t care for Obama either…but he’s not a race baiter

    • Replies: @Wally
    , @Jim Christian
  14. Truth says:
    @Auntie Analogue

    How do you know there were any negotiations?

    How do you know there was actually anyone in that room that was destroyed by a bomb?

    How do you know that the man in the Bejing dashiki actually killed anyone?

    How do you know that any police officers actually died?

    Oh that’s right, the handsome man in the suit on CNN network told you so, that’s right?

    Never mind.

    • Agree: Jacques Sheete
  15. J1234 says:

    Remember a few weeks ago when Trump rallies were the most violent places on Earth?? Because two or three Trump supporters – out of hundreds of thousands – punched a couple of protestors?? According to the left, this wasn’t because the protestors were trying to disrupt the rallies or even shut them down (as they successfully did, and celebrated, in Chicago.) It was all because Trump used the wrong tone and once, in frustration from being interrupted one too many times, said “I’d like to punch that guy in the face.” That, and nothing else, released the tsunami of gore and violence that were Trump rallies.

    BUT NOW, according to the left and the media, Obama and Loretta Lynch’s tacit approval of pre-trial justice and verdicts have ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with the murder of five cops in Dallas, or the hushed up recent mass shooting in Bristol TN, where one white person was murdered and several others wounded when a black guy shot them merely for being white. The “dog whistle” metaphor that Ilana used is brilliant. That describes the tone and subtext that they use to accomplish their social-upheaval agenda. Since they are a politician and his appointee, they can’t come right out and take a Rev. Jeremiah Wright approach. It all has to be implicit so they can shrug and open their eyes real wide and say, “I dindu nuffin’?

  16. @Truth

    My dear Light, what part of “so far as I can make out from all I’ve read” escaped your ken?

    • Replies: @Jacques Sheete
  17. Rehmat says:

    Ilana dear, if my memory serves me right, no one has blamed Donald Trump for 9/11 which was planned and executed by White Judeo-Christian American traitors during the administration of ‘born-again’ White Christian Dubya Bush.

    The Texas cop massacre of July 7 was no different than 9/11 with the exception the alleged shooter Micah Johnson was a Black Christian like Barack Hussein Obama.

    However, unlike Barack Hussein Obama, Johnson was a reservist with US Army’s Engineering Brigade. He served in Afghanistan and was awarded an Army Achievement Medal and a NATO Medal.

    Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings claimed that Micah Johnson (being a non-Muslim)didn’t belong to a terrorist group. Last year Rawlings was honored by Dallas Holocaust Museum at a $350-plate dinner.

    Dallas police chief David O’Neal Brown said Micah Johnson was upset about the fatal police shootings of two #Black Lives Matters activists Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana. Brown got a call from Barack Obama from Warsaw where he was attending a NATO summit against Russia. Brown, like NYPD officials received his anti-protest training in Israel.

    The US Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said the gunman appeared to have acted alone, although Texas Governor Greg Abbott said police would continue down every rabbit trail – ensuring that we eliminate any other possible suspects or co-conspirators.

    Texas Governor Greg Abbott flew to Israel on Vegas Casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson’s private plane in January 2016. In June 2016, Abbott refused Obama’s request to lift Texas sanctions against Iran. Instead he urged other State Governors to maintain or put new sanctions against Iran which poses an “Existential threat” to Israel. Abbott has also declared BDS a hate organization that must be opposed.

    Johnson who had no previous criminal record until Friday shooting, was described by his Jewish basketball pal Israel Cooper: “It’s the quiet ones that just do the most devastating stuff.” No one is going to believe this idiot that Benjamin Netanyahu is a “quiet one”!

  18. the problem is empire. the police state tactics(murder, imprisonment, torture, repression, etc.)used to control the masses on the fringes of empire eventually are employed in the host.
    with all the police killings, annually, in the u.s., it was only a matter of time before some unstable person snapped and sought revenge. i fear it won’t be the last.
    obama kills with impunity citizens of the globe. he stands firmly behind our corporate-controlled status quo. he is an advocate for war as a foreign policy. he favors the rich to the poor. indeed, he does everything in his power to keep the rich, rich, and the poor, poor. he sanctifies america’s burgeoning police state.
    obama isn’t dog-whistling to any but the powerful. his every action as president is an attempt to mask the evil he does with lofty rhetoric of american idealism while attempting to keep the natives from realizing his true motives.
    obama doesn’t give a damn about the plight of the black man any more than he cares for other minorities. the poor and downtrodden can’t help him. the rich and powerful can.
    let’s face it – obama is a tool.
    and the beat goes on

  19. Wally says: • Website

    I prefer those blacks who are not afraid to criticize their fellow blacks, like Thomas Sowell or Walter Williams.


    All TWO of them.

  20. @Truth

    I think we got the gist of the story pretty well.

  21. @Playingwithkrackers

    Heh…Black much do you, Troll? We rue the day he got in.

  22. Obama likes to jump in before any facts are established, and for that [among a hoard of other things] he is just plain wrong.

    Back to the Dallas police massacre … Numerous witness reports state there were at least two shooter positions located high above. You just have to admit that it’s pretty remarkable to have a single assailant [Johnson, with no advanced firearms training – he was a carpenter and masonry specialist while serving in Afghanistan] firing down on a city block from two different positions simultaneously creating what was described as a “kill zone”… by himself … and then fire upon an officer at close range on the street.

    One must wonder how much it cost George Soros to pull this one off.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
  23. @Auntie Analogue

    How do you know that what you read is reliable?

    And as for the the good Father’s claim that “we got the gist of the story pretty well,” I’d like to ask how one would come to such a conclusion.

    • Replies: @Wally
  24. Rehmat says:
    @Lawrence Fitton

    YES – Barack Obama, Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Theresa May, etc. are all tools of the Bloody Empire of which every western political and religious leader is afraid to speak of.

    On Wednesday, former home secretary Theresa May aka Israeli tank commander became the second woman prime minister of United Kingdom after the resignation of Israel-First David Cameron with Jewish family roots after the recent Brexit referendum.

    Last week, Kenneth Harry Clarke, former home secretary, and MP for 45 years, described May: “Theresa is a bloody difficult woman but then I worked with Margaret Thatcher.”

    Thatcher’s at one time had 25% of her cabinet from Jewish community. After her death, Benjamin Netanyahu described her as “truly a great leader – a staunch friend of Israel and the Jewish people.”

    May dinned with UK’s chief rabbi Ephraim Mirvis on the night before assuming her new position. The Zionist rabbi lauded her services to the Holocaust Industry and combating anti-Israel campaigns.

    May has appointed former London Mayor Boris Johnson (Jewish) as her foreign secretary.

  25. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Groovy Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:

    Orville and Neville Wright were Sihk American brothers from the Punjab Region of India.

    Sihk American Federal Troops defeated the evil white supremacist General Robert E Lee at Gettysburg…

  26. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Groovy Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:

    Remember the Movie Band of Brothers?

    Great HBO Movie!!!!

    Here are some very interesting very historic facts about Major Dick Winters the Commander of Easy Company.

    Major Dick Winters was a Sihk American born in the Punjab Region of Indian.

    I know this is a historical fact because when I saw the Broadway Musical Mega Hit “Hamilton”…they sang about this historical fact in a song about 101 Airbrone Easy Company.

  27. War for Blair Mountain [AKA "Groovy Battle for Blair Mountain"] says:
    @War for Blair Mountain

    Moreover, according to the Broadway Musical “Hamilton”..Easy Company sniper Shifty Powers was a Uiygur Muslim from China.

  28. Way back before the 2008 election, I accused Barack Obama of “dealing the race card from the bottom of the deck,” a metaphor that was later and independently employed by Pat Buchanan. It refers to the way that Obama constantly insinuates that White people are blameworthy and that he should be given plenipotentiary authority to do whatever he wants because, after all, he is a Great Black Victim and deserves to be compensated.

    I was almost universally derided for saying that at the time. It was astonishing to me that more people could not perceive what was really going on. But now we’ve had 8 more years of continuous evidence for the same, and anybody who will not admit the fact now is just a part of the racial grievance industry and an enemy of the American nation.

    Caniggula, Cankles, and Low-rent Lynch are all traitors. They deserve to be tried, convicted, and executed for the crime of treason. I am not being hyperbolic here. No nation can allow such open, insidious, and harmful corruption in its highest ranks.

    The whole race-guilt trope is not a permanent reality but a psychological affliction of a certain generation. Time will remove it and is removing it in the person of Donald Trump. Race-realism and segregation will return to our society, and at that point I would not like to have a record as a white race-traitor. They will be dealt with harshest of all.

  29. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The Nobel Peace Prize winner saw what he thought was an opportunity and jumped into the Zimmerman/Martin affair, a local story that should have been handled locally. He couldn’t resist trying to exploit it for his own purposes. It’s not that there are no problems with police conduct but rather that there are all these people waiting to hype things up in furtherance of their own goals for which each incident is just a stepping stone to something else. He’s been an incompetent president and in a normal country would never even have been considered as a possibility for the position but one supposes the US is not a normal country these days. On his way out, finally, he’ll probably turn around and throw the country the bird, showing us all what he’s really thought about us these past number of years.

    • Replies: @res
  30. Albrecht says:

    Trump’s from NYC. They’ve been dealing with the racial grievance hustle for 50 years and by now are pretty much immune. It’s hard to imagine better training for a president in 2016.

    • Replies: @Wally
  31. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    mostly agree with u, illana. too bad your tribe trashed south africa, and is the driving force behind PC dogma and policing via media and bnei brith

  32. Mark Caplan says: • Website

    When a Muslim terrorist massacres dozens of innocent men, women, and children, Obama stands shoulder to shoulder with the Muslims. We must not generalize against Muslims, he tells us, most of whom are good, peace-loving people. It was just an isolated incident.

    When a white cop shoots a black offender, Obama delivers the following warning: “All of us as Americans should be troubled by these shootings, because these are not isolated incidents. They’re symptomatic of a broader set of racial disparities that exist in our criminal justice system. “

    • Replies: @dahoit
  33. All this yapping about race, blah , blah, blah, annoys the (bleep) outta me for several reasons and it never ceases to amaze me that the “high IQ” crackers can’t see that stirring the pot of racial strife benefits only one class and one class alone.

    I got news for you self appointed geniuses: It ain’t about race or religion, and if you don’t understand it, then you can be as intelligent as you think you are but yer still dumber than a sack of rocks.

    Wake up to the true origins of the real threats to your life, liberty and material and spiritual well being. Or maybe not. The rest of us would be better without ya.

    • Replies: @Biff
    , @dahoit
  34. Biff says:
    @Jacques Sheete

    All this yapping about race, blah , blah, blah, annoys the (bleep) outta me for several reasons and it never ceases to amaze me that the “high IQ” crackers can’t see that stirring the pot of racial strife benefits only one class and one class alone.

    I got news for you self appointed geniuses: It ain’t about race or religion, and if you don’t understand it, then you can be as intelligent as you think you are but yer still dumber than a sack of rocks.

    Wake up to the true origins of the real threats to your life, liberty and material and spiritual well being. Or maybe not. The rest of us would be better without ya.

    Nails it!

  35. res says:

    It’s not that there are no problems with police conduct but rather that there are all these people waiting to hype things up in furtherance of their own goals for which each incident is just a stepping stone to something else.

    It’s not just that. My biggest problem with the terrible examples and racial framing used to argue against excessive police violence (Trayvon Martin? Michael Brown?!) is that it inspires an opposing response from many people (including me). This seems to prevent us from actually doing anything about what I think are very real problems of excessive police militarization and violence. On my more cynical days I wonder if that is precisely the point of using those examples.

  36. Priss Factor [AKA "Anonymny"] says: • Website

    In America, Honest Speech is ‘hate speech’, and you will be discriminated against and destroyed for your creed and conviction.

    American institutions and industries HATE honesty, decency, and truth, at least when it comes from white people.

    Blacks can march and spew murderous rage in every city and create mayhem. They can call for the murder of cops with full blessing of Obama and the Jew-run media.

    But if a white person expresses dissent and anger at such lunacy, it is deemed ‘hate’, and the person is fired and destroyed.

    • Replies: @joef
  37. dahoit says:

    This is a wrongheaded article.
    Obomba totally failed when he sat down with the cop and Gates,as if any white guy was trying to break in his own home,he would never be arrested and sorry cops suck.He should have backed Gates entirely.
    He is a go along get along pos yuppie scum,more white than black and no,he hates Muslims as his actions prove.If he sometimes caters to blacks its all political theater,as every economic and political thing he does is bad for minority wealth and progress,and his chosen successor is a pos racist scumbag,ready to inflict more punishment on US for zion,who underwrites both of these shites.
    Trump for POTUS,enough with this crap of divide and conquer.

  38. dahoit says:
    @Mark Caplan

    Total zioBS,he has let the Palestinians dangle by their fingertips in Israel depredation,he hates Muslims,its evident by his actions,and any talk of Muslim sympathy is just election window dressing for the hell bitch.
    A pox on both.

    • Agree: Jacques Sheete
  39. dahoit says:
    @Jacques Sheete

    Yes,I agree the zionists are totally non religious monsters from hades,and the only race for them is the pursuit of gold,and they are our mortal threat to our way of life.

  40. dahoit says:
    @Lawrence Fitton

    Yes,good post.
    Obama was born and raised in Hawaii,the most insulated yuppie state in America.
    He is a devout neolibcon pos with the gravitas of gumby.
    And yes,the war of terror is killing US for Zion.

  41. @Lawrence Fitton

    and the beat goes on

    Yup, and so do the beatings.

    The rest of the world takes a beating from the elite, chosen, gangster wankers. As always.

  42. Wally says: • Website
    @Jacques Sheete

    Then actually try to actually prove them wrong. Talk is cheap.

    • Replies: @Jacques Sheete
  43. Wally says:

    That only occurred /occurs in NYC?

    You need to get out more often.

  44. edNels [AKA "geoshmoe"] says:

    NeoLiberal CIA affiliated ”Manchurian”/Indonesian (instant fame from 60Minutes TV show): Barack Hussein Obummer, Isn’t subtle enough to make ”Dog Whistles”. He wouldn’t need to be subtle, so messaging to those he aim’s at, would better be rather plain and easily understood, like… dropping consonants, and laying in certain vocal intonations heard in black districts, churches in particular, little veneer touches for the gullible.

    Obummer doesn’t share the same outlook as American Black people, because he isn’t one of them. He is an exotic hybrid of African origins, no Slave background, not a drop of the legacy of blood in common with the Blacks who were sold and shipped to American plantations 400 years ago, by the Africans, who may have had slaves to sell!

    To say that again, Slaves were owned in Africa, and were sold by African Slave Owners! Probably sold off the ones they didn’t want, or got a good price on.

    In other words: Obummer might very well self identify with an elite group that is seldom ever talked about. The black slavers that sold their fellow africans.

    But, since the story must adhere to the accepted myths, American Blacks are in a predicament, where they must continue to take what they are offered, and that means to pretend they support a pretend First black President, or be ostracized to boot.

    Dog Whistling in the Dark…? Did anybody hear anything?

  45. joef says:
    @Priss Factor

    You have keen observations. And I am sure like me you rather not be right. We would rather afro americans behave like the rest of us and just struggle to live their lives like the rest of us – – but thats not happening.
    Instead we get a de facto warfare declared on the rest of us by the afros; and all the Leftist, Anarcho Capitalist , and the elites offer as a solution is to blame the police more; and tell the rest of us that its our imagination that afros are the cause of all this death and destruction. The elites solution (mostly academics and journalist) is that its pay back time for afros americans for the next 400 years, so get used to it and to shut up & pay up, and all be willing victims.

  46. nickels says:

    I dated an Indian chick in college and hung out with the Venezuela crew for a while.

    I was shocked at how completely racist people of color are.

    All of this RIC is simply a projection of colored’s vapid racism onto whites, who haven’t been racist since the 60’s and the brainwashing that followed.

  47. @Wally

    Prove who wrong? And to what end?

    Your talk may be cheap, but prove that mine is.

    • Replies: @Wally
  48. Svigor says:

    “Silenced Majority,” I like that.

    • Agree: Priss Factor
  49. Art says:

    One has to proclaim Obama a failure – in his eight years he has accomplished nothing of long-term consequence. This is too bad for him and for America.

    He walked into two big problems – the Middle East and the economy. He did the wrong thing with both.

    With hindsight, clearly he got out of Iraq to soon – ISIS came about on his watch – he is responsibility.

    On the economy he had a chance to kill the too big to fail banks – but he listened to big money – he listened to big donations – he went political.

    Obamacare – is a failure – left, middle, and right do not like it. Everyone wants it changed.

    He did it to himself – he was the most partisan political president in 60 years. From day one, he was political campaigning. He is still campaigning today. He never felt the idealness of America – the sense of an imperfect nation on a path to something better. He wanted to crush the bad – he was unwilling to work with others to slowly build consensus for lasting change. He was not with the ideal – We the People.

    p.s. 40 – 45 – 50 is too young to be president – one has just not lived long enough at those ages – at that age one has not gained the wisdom needed to see the big picture.

  50. Priss Factor [AKA "Anonymny"] says: • Website

    Let’s get one thing straight.

    BLM isn’t really about white cops killing innocent blacks.

    Indeed, instances of white cops killing blacks is no worse now than in the past.

    It’s just that blacks got desperate over the years as they were being crowded out by homos, massive immigration, gentrification, mass incarceration, increased racial profiling(in NY esp), and New Liberalism that favors the 1% over everyone else.

    With Obama winning presidency, many blacks thought ‘we got it made’. But Obama’s presidency, while tossing some crumbs at blacks, has been mostly about Wars for Israel(against Russia, Libya, Syria, etc), homomania, white/Jewish/Asian yuppie gentrification, mass immigration(mostly of Mexicans, Asians, and Muslims), bailouts for Wall Street, and etc.

    Blacks are especially pissed because all of this happened when US has come under the dominance of Democrats. When the very people who say the most flowery things about blacks actually push policies that do little for blacks(or even hurt blacks), blacks are awful frustrated.

    But black rage has been muffled because most blacks are Democrats and because the Democratic Party(that dominates all big cities) is supposed to be watching their backs.

    Blacks needed some convenient excuse to vent their spleen, and it was the Narrative of white cops killing innocent blacks.

    But when we see the trajectory of BLM, there is something more happening. If blacks are indeed angry about white police violence, why don’t they target the specific police departments where it happened? Why do they march in every city, especially those dominated by white/Jewish/homo Liberals?
    White cops are just scapegoats in all this. They are useful scapegoats by both BLM and white/Jewish/homo Liberal Establishment. This is really a struggle between blacks and white/Jewish/homo urban Liberals(who supported increased policing to make cities livable again). Blacks are really angry at urban Liberals but can’t say so cuz they are both Democrats. Urban Liberals are really afraid of blacks but can’t say so cuz they are both Democrats. So, blacks pretend they are marching against police brutality, and urban Liberals play along since the alternative — black rage at Urban Liberal elites — would be more frightening.


    It reminds me of the scene in Akira Kurosawa’s RAN when the Third Castle is being attacked. Though the armies of the two treacherous sons are ostensibly united and working together against the fallen Old Lord, the real power struggle is between the two sons. Theirs is a sham unity held together in the attack against the deposed lord. It’s alliance based on deception. The two sides are really eyeing each other for dominance but pretending to direct their full fury at the powerless lord.

    There is no Conservative power in the big cities and college campuses where most of BLM fury is directed. They are all bastions of Liberal Democratic Power. But officially, blacks and white/Jewish/homo elites ares supposed to be allies. So, they make ‘common cause’ and chant the same slogans and make believe that they are united against ‘evil racist white cops’, but the real rage of BLM is about blacks fuming over how the Liberal Victory Pie went mostly to white yuppies, Jewish elites, homo neo-aristocrats, Asian immigrants, and etc.

    So, this stuff about ‘white racist cops’ is just a ruse to light the fuse. Blacks have been looking for some compelling excuse to take to the streets and demand their slice of the pie. If big cities were dominated by ‘racist’ Republicans, blacks would have a handy excuse. But blacks had trouble coming up with an excuse since big cities and college towns have been totally taken over by Jews, white Liberals, fancy mulattoes, homos, and diversity-immigrants who are supposed to be Democratic allies of blacks. Besides, US has a black Democratic president. So, blacks just fumed silently while losing out to other groups within the Liberal coalition.

    But with BLM, blacks finally latched onto some ‘compelling’ issue to retake center stage of the Liberal Narrative. They bitch about cops, but it’s about something much more. The real message is “WE BLACKS ARE ANGRY AS HELL FOR BEING SENT TO THE BACK OF THE LIBERAL BUS, AND WE WANT SOMETHING NOW OR WE WILL USE ‘RACIST COP’ ISSUE AS EXCUSE TO BURN DOWN CITIES WHERE YOU JEWS, WHITE LIBS, HOMOS, AND IMMIGRANTS HAVE IT SO GOOD.”

    It’s like Spike Lee’s screed about how Urban Liberals are ‘bogarting’ the neighborhood he grew up in.

    In a way, the Liberal Establishment miscalculated. It figured that it could control and contain black rage by flattering some black activists, thus buying them off.
    Some argue that Obama made things worse by inflaming black rage, but this is only a half-truth. Obama’s variation of “I feel your pain” to the black community was really to contain the rage. By pretending to do something about black rage, Obama may have encouraged black violence but he also appropriated black rage into institutional hands. Eric Holder was criticized for poring over every detail in Ferguson, but it had a way of calming things down a bit. It created the impression that the government was fully invested in the issue. And Baltimore calmed down when the cops were charged with the murder of Freddie Grey. Trust the officials and don’t burn down cities.

    Such gambits are effective but unstable. They may calm down the black community by sending the message that something is being done. But it also sends the message that LOUDER BLACKS ACT, MORE ATTENTION THEY GET.

    And so, we ended up with BLM that is spreading to other nations as well, like Canada and UK and Germany, and etc.

  51. uslabor says:

    “American society is not racist”

    Bullshit, American society is uber, double-plus, racist. Just read some of these posts. The souciest racist bash was “head nigger”.

    • Replies: @joef
  52. uslabor says:
    @Diversity Heretic

    “Looked at one way, Obama is admirable: He is loyal to his race, however badly they behave.”

    Since his mother was white, I suppose you mean he is loyal to his white folk race; however badly they behave.

  53. joef says:

    You are right American society is uber racist, afro american society that is. Afro americans are probably the most racist people on the planet without exception; and are constantly obsessed with race, while the rest of us just want to be left in peace to struggle with our own lives. Why deny reality (reality is what has occurred, not make believe).

  54. utu says:

    “Collective guilt for thee, but not for me.” – To what collective Ilana Mercer does belong?

    When reading her article I often think of women operatives like Pamela Geller, Rita Katz, Orly Taitz.

    • Replies: @joef
    , @AnotherLover
  55. joef says:

    Collective guilt is the modern american mythology that the rest of us owe the afro american, and that they are not racist. Really, I do not see police officers demonstrating to kill more afros, but I see plenty of afros violently demonstrating and justifying killing more police officers. Its a type of extortion, give us more or we will riot (what libs claim it to be civil unrest). But what more can we give in affirmative action, and entitlements. They are the main reason (but not the only one) this nation is headed for bankruptcy, and we do not get any gratitude in return. When will we end this parasitical relationship with afro americans? Most offer no benefit to society, and demand everything like a bunch of spoiled brats that they are. They are takers not givers, and the more we give, the more they want. But what more can we expect from a group of people who are obsessed with race and immediate gratification?

  56. Wally says:
    @Jacques Sheete

    Prove who wrong?
    And to what end?
    Your talk may be cheap, but prove that mine is.

    Those who you claim are lying.
    So that you don’t come off as an uniformed bumpkin.

    You’re babbling, put down the pipe.

    • Replies: @Jacques Sheete
  57. D3F1ANT says:

    Obama is an even WORSE president than Carter was. And that’s saying something.

    I’m not sure if this guy is absolutely inept, or if he’s an evil liar. As time passes, I’m leaning more and more to the latter. One thing is for sure…you can’t believe a word the guy says. No other racist could get away with what he does…but, after all, he IS of a protected class.

  58. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Obama is a very sick and psychotic man.
    What else do you expect?

  59. Wow. Really well-written article. The juxtaposition of Obama’s sophist positions on Sterling/Castile and Dallas was revelatory for me. Not in the sense of taking the point, which I own already, but in expressing the point. I can see the race-baiting by the President, but it’s hard to express it to someone that doesn’t without some kind of analysis. I can point out the temporal component to the emotional manipulation. I can show the correlation between false quotes in the media and Obama’s presence on TV. To wit: “There’s a black guy running around” – ABC on Martin/Zimmerman, and “Gun! There’s a gun!” – NBC on Sterling (the actual quote is “Hey he’s going for the gun!” or “Gun he’s going for the gun!” The word “the” isn’t clear and could be “a,” but the “he’s going for … gun!” part is clear. It’s directly before the shooting if you missed it, spoken at twice normal speed. I’ve yet to hear anybody else back me up on this quote, but it’s there. Sec 8 in the close-up vid and sec 29 in the car vid. It’s obvious once you hear it, but two people are talking at the same time and it’s spoken very fast.) But it’s hard to make any of that stick. The good old black-and-white comparative analysis offered by those two quotes juxtaposed is a slam dunk. Good one.

  60. Lagertha says:
    @White Nationalist

    You have a point: how does one man (Johnson) get 5 kill-shots in just a few seconds? Even Chris Kyle may have a problem with this narrative, from his grave, btw.

    MSM is in a “ghost dance,” with the ‘merican community’ before fall sets in…and it’s just too scheissetian-late to sabotage the movement of the non-liberals. Progressive or Progresso?…makes me think of Duck Soup. Good night, Squad.

  61. @utu


    Are you supposing that bit was intended to represent a personal dialogue with the President? Funny, I didn’t read it that way. But let’s consider. Hmm.. If Obama were to use the term “collective guilt,” who on Earth could he be referring to? What group? I wonder. What collective?


    When I read this article I read a concise take-down of Obama’s sophist rhetoric. From Gates to Trayvon to Alton Obama has been there to assert racism where there is none. At the moment emotions are boiling while the facts have yet to thaw Obama takes to the microphone to incite racial attitudes — to incite racism. This author shredded Obama’s rhetoric. The author dismantles Obama’s blatant race-baiting intelligently and logically. I especially appreciated the juxtaposition of the two quotes preceeding the archaic English. It’s obvious to see the incitement to racism, unless Obama’s halo is shining too bright for your eyes.

  62. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    What dog whistle?????

    • Replies: @edNels
  63. AndrewR says:

    The squeaky wheel gets the grease. How much sympathy should the “silent majority” get when they’re choosing to be silent? Silence is consent.

    • Replies: @Ivy
  64. edNels [AKA "geoshmoe"] says:

    Right On!

    Dog whislting is mostly a super sneeky white phenomena in the first place. People who prefer to speak in code around issues just too mean and wrong. Even knuck draggers know when they are racist assholes. Just trying to step up on some less fortunate. Wink of an eye, this or that.

    The Republican strategist late, spelled it out plain, no dog whistled bs for a change.

    Elites ”stir the pot” to divide and rule.

    • Replies: @edNels
  65. edNels [AKA "geoshmoe"] says:

    To add the point:

    Repuplbican strategest Lee Atwater:

    “When we talk about lowering taxes, it says: good for whites, not so good for Blacks, because whites have more tax to pay on their higher income.

    ”When we talk about cuts to welfare and food stamps it’s bad for blacks not so bad for whites.

    This is Dog Whistling, the issues are subordinate to the purpose which is to advertise the disposition and aims that the campaign follows, it’s tricky.

  66. Alden says:

    War means 2 entities fighting each other. Whites have not fought back against blacks since some 1920’s real race riots in Chicago and other northern cities

    I don’t exactly know what to call something whereby group B conquers group W with absolutely no resistance from group W or even acknowledgement by group W that it allows itself to be destroyed

  67. @Wally

    Those who you claim are lying.
    So that you don’t come off as an uniformed bumpkin.

    Where did I claim someone was lying?

    And why are you so worried about my appearance? Can you make any comment worth reading? Do you think your comments add anything to the discussion or that anyone else really cares?

    And what’s wrong with coming off like an uninformed bumpkin? I am one, after all. I’m so ignernt that me mammy named me JS so that no one could tell me I don’ know JS!

    Have a nice day.

  68. Ivy says:

    Try silenced majority, since there isn’t an MSM outlet that presents the majority view.

  69. One thing that recent and current events have taught me is an understanding of the fascist mindset. You get groups of people so willfully disassociated from reality that reason and critical thinking are dead, you really have nowhere else to go other than, “F*** it, just shoot them all.”

    Or separate them. I fully endorse the Black Psnthers call for a separate black state (I’ll be damned if I’ll give them the five states they want). Good godamned riddance.

  70. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    As “an immigrant”, you – embarrassingly clearly – do not know WHAT The Fuck you are talking about!

    This Poor Whitey Lament is neither new, nor signalling anything other than virulent Black-Baiting Racism, which I have seen all my life in the Untied States, since 1958 (see below). The last time a huge, ugly swell of it broke across the landscape was about 30 years ago – with the sickening White Whining about Affirmative Action, itself a cynical and insincere program, which failed and was discredited exactly as (very obviously) planned. I thought we were by now through with all that disingenuous shit – but apparently not.

    Admittedly, as a Jew I have always been aware – no doubt some would say “sensitive” – to prejudice, having continuously seen and on occasion suffered rebuffs to employment, housing and of course social acceptance, from Anti-Semitism, in (as it turned out all four corners of) the USA, oer 35-plus years. But even so, I was shocked to see, after 911, and the alternate coverage and analysis of it, on the Internet, the intensity and ugliness of Jew-bashing, and -baiting, apparently across the entire Western World, today. Whether this may always have been latend, awaiting the opportunity to surface, or whether this is instead something new/revived (just like Naziism in Ukraine), remains not fully clear to me. Because there is a very credible strategy – actually for Zionist interests, themselves (which are in fact the implementation of an Anglo imperialist project, and its current evolution into the so-called “New World Order”) to proactively foment and ratchet-up anti-Semitism, as a cover and diversion from apprehension of their truly monstrous (both in its inhumanity and the global extent of its) enterprise.

    But about Blacks and American Racism against them, there is not the slightest question: I have personally witnessed – 24/7-365, for going on 60 years now – this has ALWAYS been present, with one swollen, politically-driven hateful wave following the next, to drench the entire landscape, from Sea to Shining Sea, in its Filth. Any (honest) American over 50 can readily bear witness to precisely this. Accession to the Presidency of “That Monkey”, “Obongo” notwithstanding. Indeed, he is being uised – and, you are absolutely right: he pro-actively plays his part, just as he is paid to do – only to intensify it. For which you are far and sickeningly only too eager to serve in YOUR role, as Useful Idiot.

    And finally I must point out the astronomical hypocrisy of your title itself: elocuting Obama’s full middle name “Hussein” in the sounding of its own dog-whistle – the Other Anti-Semitism: Muslim-Bashing. For wich Hate-Spewing Donald Trump has no equal. This psychotic phobia – also quite clearly since 911 being pimped – HARD – in its intensity without precedent, in American History: the closest earlier wave of it, in the aftermath of the 1970s OPEC fuel crisis, and 1980s Beirut Bombing, etc., still placing only a Distant Second.

    Take it from someone who has witnessed first-hand one helluva lot more of America than you EVER have: Don’t Die (still) an Idiot.

  71. Looked at one way, Trump is admirable: He is loyal to his race, however badly they behave. What terrifies conservatives about Obama is that he represents, perhaps unconsciously and certainly imperfectly, the potential of a united USA Whether white identitarianism can turn this situation around or whether whites (at least in North America and western Europe) are simply doomed to descend to the status of whites in South Africa is hanging in the balance.

    We must add that the whites of South Africa belong to the UK, Holland and a lesser extent Germany so they have a right to return to their own homeland if that is what they must do to reach their desired goals. One does not go into someone else’s country, enslave them then talk of equality or democracy. Ain’t gonna work unless the corporate elites deem it so like the millions of Mexicans and others working for 20 years or more in USA, buy cars, houses, raise a family and educate their children then people pretend they are the guilty ones!

    Blame yourself Herman Kane , the pizza King

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