White Lives Matter v All Lives Matter: Why It’s Time to Change the Way We Talk Back to the BLM

We need to start responding to the Black Lives Matter movement by pointing out the real source of contention here: the question “do White lives matter”? –And calling out the troubling fact that we have to defend the statement that “White lives matter” at all for what it is, and how we can fix it.

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Shaming and the Deep, Deep Hypocrisy of the Melanosupremacist Left

Ok, this response may be late, since this video was apparently put up in January, but it just now came to my attention, and it is well worth commenting on. After Trump’s speech where he noted the criminal proclivities of many of the illegal Mexicans coming across the border, a mixed Mexican-American in California made …

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It’s Not About You: An Open Letter to Non-White Melanosupremacists

It seems that every time a White rights advocate raises an issue, you immediately accuse them of hating anyone who is not White. Inevitably, you trot out the tired old lines about how you must force yourselves on us so that we can learn to love you –as if raping someone will prove to them …

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Kamau Bell to White People: Shame on you, for not being Ashamed Enough!

If you haven’t seen it already, the latest White shaming incident involves Black comedian W. Kamau Bell. He started the whole thing off with this online post: Donald Trump isn't a Republican issue or a rich people issue or a human issue. Donald Trump is a white people issue. Whenever Ben Carson says batshit crazy …

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Growing Up Guilty: Shaming and Blaming at Home

Last week, a White woman named Eula Biss wrote an article in the New York Times. You are fore-warned: it is vile and disgusting. She writes about her own internalized White inferiority beliefs—and she writes about forcing those self-harming, false, and abusive internalizations on her young son. She recounts a scene of abuse and its aftermath …

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A Natural Christian Response to the Refugee Question

As the “refugee” question heats up, things are getting uglier for White people. Already thousands of these invaders have been admitted into European countries, and Canada and the US are also taking them in despite heavy protest. Do those of us who stand to suffer from bringing all of these racially foreign and Muslim immigrants …

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