They’re Not “White Supremacists”…They’re “White Terrorists”

I’ve used the term “white supremacist” all throughout this website since I first started blogging, but truth be told, I never liked the term simply because I don’t believe that a white person is “supreme” to me simply because they are white or they have an entire global system in place to enforce their so-called “supremacy”.  After the events that took place in Charlottesville, I think it’s about time people start referring to white people who are members of the KKK, Neo-Nazis or any other so-called “white supremacist” group simply as WHITE TERRORISTS.  If any white person is not a member of these groups but they are a sideline supporter or they turn a blind eye, then they are WHITE TERRORISM SUPPORTERS…like all of your Confederate flag lovers.

I mean, when you get down to it, all of these groups & their supporters support ideologies that have been built off of pure terror of people of color, particularly black people.  What other title is befitting for people who walk around with this mindset of wanting white people to control & rule everything?  In order to control and rule everything, how does one go about accomplishing such a task?  Through acts of terrorism, be it flat out terrorism in the form of brutality & violence or in the form of legislating people into submission.

It’s a real simple concept that fits these people and their agenda perfectly.  Do we run around referring to Al-Qaeda, the Taliban, or ISIS as Muslim supremacists?  No.  So why should white people who support ideologies of white terrorism feel so special as to not have the terrorist label affixed to their description?  Seems only right.

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3 Comments

  1. Wookin Panub

    August 14, 2017 at 3:15 pm

    Because terrorism is an action and not a thought. Since the year 2001, Islam has killed over 2,000 Americans (non-military; all colors, creed) Unless you know of some secret KKK cemetery where they are hiding the bodies of their victims, you cannot equate them with Muslim terrorists. You can’t just change meaning of words, and then use some convoluted logic of past behavior, and some imaginary belief that systematic racism exist (the man keeping us down) to support your finding. White supremacy is evil, but unless they go out of their way to inflict real terror on people, then it remains a thought, a thought they are entitled too, no matter how unwise.

    • H.T. Smith

      August 16, 2017 at 11:40 am

      Systematic racism is real when you consider the avenues that are opened for black people to succeed most of the time and only opened. Black people have to claw our way to things I see white people walk to.

      A black person can be a successful person, but then people only assume they made it off sympathy and not hard work. Oprah even gets that.

      I know it exists because we keep selling the image to black kids to grow up and waste money, be ignorant and worry more about being cool than be successful. Face it, black people are set up to only add to pop culture rather than economics

  2. Fred

    September 23, 2017 at 8:07 am

    KKK and BLM are both domestic terrorist organizations

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