Below is part of an article (found here) by some person named ‘Amanda Taub’ writing for some 20th century ‘newspaper’ (made out of actual paper), titled ‘White Nationalism Explained’. While I was reading it I couldn’t help but think of how I would write a parody of this article. My article will follow paragraph by paragraph in bold and italics.
‘White Nationalism,’ Explained
A question has been posed in a puzzled whisper in many of the nation’s living rooms and newsrooms ever since Donald J. Trump’s triumph in this month’s presidential election: What, exactly, is white nationalism?
A question has been posed among many people around the world ever since pro-White activity on the internet got big. What, exactly, is White Genocide?
While white nationalism certainly overlaps with white supremacy and racism, many political scientists say it is a distinct phenomenon — one that was a powerful but often-unseen force during the presidential election and will most likely remain a potent factor in American and European politics in coming years.
While White Genocide certainly overlaps with ideologies of racial hatred, many political scientists say it is a distinct phenomenon – one that has been a powerful yet unacknowledged force driving immigration policy as well as public policy.
Eric Kaufmann, a professor of politics at Birkbeck University in London, has spent years studying the ways that ethnicity intersects with politics. While most researchers in that field focus on ethnic minorities, Professor Kaufmann does the opposite: He studies the behavior of ethnic majorities, particularly whites in the United States and Britain.
Klaus von Krautmeister, a blond haired, blue eyed and fully Gentile descended professor of politics at [insert prestigious institution here], has spent years studying the ideology of anti-White hatred and it’s overarching goal of White Genocide. While most researchers focus on explaining why White people are evil and deserve to be genetically exterminated, Professor Krautmeiester does the opposite: He says that genocide is wrong no matter who is the target – even if it’s White people.
White nationalism, he said, is the belief that national identity should be built around white ethnicity, and that white people should therefore maintain both a demographic majority and dominance of the nation’s culture and public life.
White Genocide, he said, is the belief that every White country and only White countries should have mass 3rd world immigration and that White people must be forced to ‘assimilate’ (i.e. intermarry). The ideology of White Genocide holds that White people should therefore, not maintain demographic majority status, and that every last White person should be ‘chased down’, in oder to expedite the process which will lead to a world without White people.
Some will see the distinction between white nationalism and white supremacy as a semantic sleight of hand. But although many white supremacists are also white nationalists, and vice versa, Professor Kaufmann says the terms are not synonyms: White supremacy is based on a racist belief that white people are innately superior to people of other races; white nationalism is about maintaining political and economic dominance, not just a numerical majority or cultural hegemony.
Some see the distinction between not wanting White Genocide and gassing millions of Jews as a semantic slight of hand. But although many people who want to gas Jews oppose White Genocide, that does not mean that people who oppose White Genocide necessarily want to gas Jews. Professor Krautmeister’s research, backed up by many detailed graphs and statistical analysis, seems to support the claim that not wanting your people to be swamped with millions of people of other races and made to ‘assimilate’ with them, does not mean you want to hurt anybody. Rather, he says, it just shows you want what any normal person would want: to preserve your people and culture in peace.
For a long time, he said, white nationalism was less an ideology than the default presumption of American life. Until quite recently, white Americans could easily see the nation as essentially an extension of their own ethnic group.
For a long time, he said, the concept that the demographic make-up of the United States should be altered never even crossed anyone’s mind. It was as if people assumed that White people had the right to exist.
But the country’s changing demographics, the civil rights movement and a push for multiculturalism in many quarters mean that white Americans are now confronting the prospect of a nation that is no longer built solely around their own identity.
“But then a bunch of assholes said that White people are evil and are to blame for all the world’s problems”, Krautmeister said. And after that, there were a bunch of people called ‘cuckservatives’ who decided they could make a pretty good living pretending to represent the interests of White people, whilst actually letting the demographic genocide take place. “This is why they always talked about ‘winning the Hispanic vote'”, says Krautmeister. “Because they were planning on a future without White people.”.
Mr. Bannon, the Trump adviser, told The New York Times upon his appointment that he does not share those ethno-nationalist views. But under his leadership, Breitbart News has gone to considerable lengths to cater to an audience that does. And in a 2015 radio interview that was resurfaced this week by The Washington Post, Mr. Bannon opposed even highly skilled immigration, implying he believed it was a threat to American culture.
An example of one of these assholes that professor Krautmeister cites is comments made by former French President Nicolas Sarkozy:
“When two-thirds or three-quarters of the C.E.O.s in Silicon Valley are from South Asia or from Asia, I think …,” he said, trailing off midsentence before continuing a moment later, “a country is more than an economy. We’re a civic society.”
“People aren’t just economic units”, says Krautmeister. “They’re actual people who have inherited a culture and identity. You can’t just destroy that in order to increase the GDP a few points.”.
Several studies of other countries have found that a desire to protect traditional values and culture is the strongest predictor of support for the sort of populism that propelled Mr. Trump to power in the United States.
Studies show that people of all races don’t want to be exterminated.
Many of those voters would not think of themselves as white nationalists, and the cultural values and traditions they seek to protect are not necessarily explicitly racial. However, those traditions formed when national identity and culture were essentially synonymous with whiteness. So the impulse to protect them from social and demographic change is essentially an attempt to turn back the clock to a less-diverse time.
Many people who advocate White Genocide don’t even care about other races. They just focus all their hatred on one group of people (White people). Because they feel so much hatred, they endlessly talk about ‘tolerance’ and ‘love’. Ironic, isn’t it?
Professor Kaufmann argues that anxiety over white identity and anti-immigrant populist politicians can have a symbiotic relationship, each strengthening the other. When populist politicians gain mainstream success, that can make white nationalist ideas more socially acceptable.
Professor Krautmeister argues that people who demand White Genocide feel threatened by any opposition to it. They worry that if more and more White people point out the simple fact that what is being done to White countries is just plain wrong, the whole scam (which many of them make a handsome living off of in the form of ‘Whiteness’ studies and the like) will be over and they’ll have to get real jobs.
“It’s not just a question of ethnic change and people being alarmed over it,” he said. “It’s also a question of what people see as the boundaries of acceptable opposition. It’s about what counts as racism, and whether it’s racist to vote for a far-right party.”
“Once people refuse to put up with this shit – it will end.”.
“This is all about the anti-racist norm,” Professor Kaufmann continued. “If it’s weakening or eroding because people think the boundaries have shifted.
“This is all about the anti-White norm,” Professor Krautmeister continued. “If it’s weakening or eroding it’s because people realize anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.”.