White Supremacy Or White Superiority

by Reid Fitzsimons

“The boogeyman is hiding under your bed” is a way for older siblings to frighten their younger brothers or sisters. Of course, it is extremely unlikely there is boogeyman, but there is just enough basis to make it a possibility: in some cases creeps and perverts do exist who harm children. In our current political and cultural world the equivalent of the boogeyman is the white supremacist, proclaimed from the highest levels of government to be a real and present threat, a means to scare the heck out of a gullible electorate, and to coerce acquiescence to favored policies and prosecutions.

The Bogeyman Narrative

The actual white supremacist

The thing is, the term “white supremacist” is never really defined other than a loose association with people who stand up for what might be termed traditional American and Judeo-Chrisitan values. I suspect most people under 50 have never encountered an actual “white supremacist,” and then even rarely. Having spent some time in the waning days of Jim Crow in the deep South in the late 1970s, I did meet a handful of white people who truly fantasized they were of a superior race and loathed black people simply because they were black; they were an unimpressive lot.

One thought on “White Supremacy Or White Superiority

  1. Kurt Smith

    I really believe that you hit the nail on the head. Superior white progressive thinking is in the process of dismantling the traditional America as we know it. Divide and conquer is their mantra. Being a man of German heritage I must be a rascist/white supremacist of the first degree. I’ll have to check with my daughter. She married a black man who fathered my beautiful granddaughter, who I love and adore very much. To lump all Anglo Americans into one category can only be made by mentally unstable individuals. Brainwashing being done by the elites in the NWO, WEF and communist propaganda machine.


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