Tuesday, March 24, 2015

On w/ Jeff Rense of Rense Radio


Last night, I was a guest on The Jeff Rense Program on the Rense Radio Network. We discussed my recent article Dear White People, the weaponization of our political discourse and historical narrative, and other issues facing the White race in America today. You can download the entire program here.
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6 comments:

  1. Another great interview John.

    (John and I discussed this before but I'll share my story with the readers.) This transformation of the white race is rapid and ongoing. Personally speaking I bought into "multiculturalism" out of convenience, I had always been attracted to the girls of my own race in my own small town, but once I went to university that subtley changed my thinking, not consciously though. As economic times were hard in my region it was hard to make enough money to support a family, so I remained single until my friend who came back from the far east who was in the army told me about all the fun of having Asian girlfriends. Who could blame me I was broke, lonely and that other thing! Long story short, I had much trepidation about marrying someone in an Asian culture, in that country, but the circumstances made it viable and all in all it has been pretty good. That said I have given up so much by living abroad and abandoning my race. All the years I have lived over here and I have no real friends in this country other than other whites who I meet or work with. That is just the natural order of things.

    That said, the West seems to be sinking down into a deep dark hole dug for it by their Jewish Gravediggers. Maybe I was a rat jumping from a sinking ship, and I feel much ambivalence of the path my life has taken, but there are also many good things about Asian people.

    The point is Whites need to stand up for themselves more often, I will certainly try to promote White Pride in my pedagogy and actually most of the students understand this, as they are deeply inculcated with their own nationalist pride.

    I also am glad to hear more rejection of political correctness and exposure of the feminization of men syndrome. I for one am a great admirer of women, but not as my oppressors. Men need to be men and stand up for themselves and no longer apologize for what and who their inherently are. Gay is OK if that is your thing and don't impose it on others, but generally speaking it is obvious that Gay is Not OK and it is another social agenda being foisted on us by the Jew World Order.

    The Truth Teller, Tokyo, Japan

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    1. Thank you very much for this comment, I and I'm sure other readers really appreciate it. I completely agree with you and understand your situation. I have been meaning to write an article about my experience becoming racially conscious - I think it would be good to have it published online. Whites need to recognize that it is a major obstacle and challenge to become racially conscious.

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  2. I do not wish to be negative or critical but you have misused the word deracinate. Although the word has the word sound - race- in the middle of the word, it has absolutely nothing to do with "race."

    That word root actually means "root."

    From French déraciner, from Old French desraciner : des-, de- + racine, root (from Late Latin rādīcīna, from Latin rādīx, rādīc-; see wrād- in Indo-European roots).]

    Having feeling of no identity with one's larger "racial" group is not what one is uprooted from. An example of what one may be uprooted from would be one's native or accustomed environment, not from one's "racial identity."


    Verb

    1. deracinate - move (people) forcibly from their homeland into a new and foreign environment
    2. deracinate - move (people) forcibly from their homeland into a new and foreign environment; "The war uprooted many people"

    uproot
    displace - cause to move, usually with force or pressure; "the refugees were displaced by the war"

    2. deracinate - pull up by or as if by the roots deracinate - pull up by or as if by the roots; "uproot the vine that has spread all over the garden"
    root out, extirpate, uproot
    stub - pull up (weeds) by their roots
    move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant""

    It would seem that African slaves brought to America and left to "start all over again" would be an example of a deracinated people.

    Likewise, if a group of Chinese ["white"] people were brought to America and left to "start all over again" would be an example of deracinated people.


    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/deracinate

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    1. You're absolutely wrong my friend. I first discovered the word "deracinate" while reading Wilmot Robertson's excellent book The Dispossessed Majority:

      http://www.jrbooksonline.com/PDF_Books_added2009-4/Dispossessed_Majority_Wilmot_Robertson.pdf

      He describes Whites in America as "deracinated," i.e., having any sort of racial or ethnic identity removed from their overall identity or influence in their lives. I just searched for the word "deracinate" and found this definition from the Merriam-Webster online dictionary:

      http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/deracinate

      The second definition of the word states:

      "to remove or separate from a native environment or culture; especially : to remove the racial or ethnic characteristics or influences from"

      I am using the word "deracinate" in this way. So while "deracinate" does mean "to uproot," it can also be used to describe "the removal of racial or ethnic characteristics or influences" upon an individual or group of individuals, like Whites in America especially.

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    2. "So while "deracinate" does mean "to uproot," it can also be used to describe "the removal of racial or ethnic characteristics or influences" upon an individual or group of individuals, like Whites in America especially. "

      Ethnic characteristics or influences ARE DIFFERENT from "RACIAL characteristics or influences.

      My ethnic characteristics or influences are very different from many other peoples who have the same skin color.

      One cannot be uprooted from or deracinated from one's skin color identity.

      Thought you were going to be honest and objective but you still show the same vague definition of "race" as skin color and meaning "white European."

      And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation. Acts 17:26

      The good information you have conveyed about Jews who subvert the majority culture they live in is obliterated by your recent focus on "race" which you do not define.

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    3. I don't really understand your point - I am saying that White Americans (a distinct ethnicity, separate from the various European ethnicities in Europe and other European-derived nations such as Canada and Australia for example) are largely deracinated. What I mean is that White Americans have no racial consciousness. They do not recognize that they are a member of a wider racial and national group, one which has unique political, cultural, and economic interests that are often at odds with other racial/ethnic groups in America. Am I not being clear here?

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