I am white, a capitalist, and I love America and think it should be first in all things regarding the world. I also believe my leaders should believe as I do. Does that make me a white nationalist? According to the definition, yes! Why does it feel so dirty to be a white nationalist? The media has portrayed skinheads and neo-nazi’s as white nationalists, perhaps that is why, whereas most skinheads are anarchists, and most neo-nazi’s are socialists the media does not portray them like that. By these negative portrayals in movies and media they have made those of us who are nationalists feel guilty about who we are. We are Americans and we should be proud of it. The white people who think they have to come out and riot for the oppressed black community, or the white people who oppress the free speech of others are the bad ones.
A couple of days ago a man wearing a “Patriot Prayer” hat was walking down the street in Portland and was murdered by a man who was a self-professed member of BLM and Antifa. Antifa is a socialist/communist ideology that says anything that does not agree with their agenda is fascist, which is ironically the definition of Fascism. BLM is a movement created by people who said they were tired of police injustices and violence against blacks by police, they claim to be concerned about black lives. In places where black lives are taken the most, inner cities of America where 90% of all murdered black people are killed by other black people, you see no BLM wanting less violence. It is the opposite, instead of wanting less black on black violence they want defunded police, and as such have seen a massive increase of black and black crime in every major US city. BLM founders have also espoused a desire to burn the system down, and have are avowed Marxists. A communist is a person who has read Marx, a anti-communist is someone who understands Marx.
With New York Police almost at the point where they cannot even make arrest, unable to use most use of force techniques because of new laws and policies put in place. Crime is out of control in the city, an estimated 13,000 businesses are either bankrupt or leaving the city for good, as many as 30,000 apartments will be vacant as soon as the freeze on evictions is over.
I walked the streets of Portland on a weekend in the afternoon, it was like a ghost town, maybe a third of all commercial property downtown is being put to use, the ones that are open have boarded windows and are in constant fear of being looted. I saw at least three times as many security personnel as I normally see in the area, and almost no Portland Police Bureau officers on the streets.
Being white in America is a crime apparently, the left have this thing called white privilege and seem to think it applies to all white people. I would agree there is a thing called privilege in America but it has not much to do with color. Privilege comes from having a Mother and Father in the house growing up, growing up in a house with a good household income might have something to do with being able to afford school or being able to get a car at 16 years old. Being white means you kind of just blend in with the other white kids in Oregon perhaps.
As the Father of two black children who were mostly raised in Oregon I truly had the gift of seeing my two kids raised with almost no racism, my son was ten before he even heard a racial slur, my daughter as well. Growing up for them in a small town in Oregon where there was less than 10% minority population allowed for them to be well known in the community, as such I was able to participate in much of their lives, got see each one at school, sports, with friends, and each graduate.
I did not see any difference between them and my other two white kids growing up as far as privilege goes. We all still came from a blue collar family that had enough to eat and a warm bed, could take a yearly vacation, and had medical care, while not rich we were not poor either. My kids all love what Donald Trump has done for America and none of hem believe in white or black privilege, we all believe in the haves and have nots. Working hard and going by the rules allows you to have, breaking them and being lazy allows you to have nothing.
Written by Stephan Ball