Sometimes media proves itself to be Anti-White by what it fails to do, rather than by what it does. When mass murderer Christopher Dorner killed Jeremiah MacKay last month, I noticed a suspicious lack of sympathy in the news media for the victim. There were no MSNBC interviews with MacKay’s parents or wife; no close-ups on the dead man’s 4-month old son in an effort to give that heart-warming human touch, build sympathy, or elicit tears.
Of course, if MacKay had been black and Dorner had been white and had been on an Anti-Black killing spree, you had better believe there would have been vigils, memorials, and cries for “justice” for him.
But Dorner was the black man. So rather than focus on justice for MacKay, the media couldn’t help themselves; they had to protagonizethe perpetrator; they had to tell his “story:” sure, Dorner was on an Anti-White killing spree, but was he justified? Did he have a legitimate greviance? Did he have a point, after all?
Thus Dorner becomes the “hero” from Django Unchained!
Compare this to the automatic anti-George Zimmerman, pro-Trayvon Martin spin that came last year from CNN and MSNBC; their hoodie-wearing guests demonstrated whose side they were on. There were little montages of Trayvon looking sweet and innocent; there were cries for people to go out and buy Skittles as a sign of solidarity; there were shrines and memorials built in his honor.
|MSNBC keepin’ it realz on the Lawrence O’Donnell show.|
Now, instead of shrines to MacKay, instead of a “million police-uniformmarch,” we get Dorner the hero. “Racism is rampant in the LAPD! Let’s investigate!”
People who claim white genocide often cite the Geneva Convention’s third definition, where genocide is:
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part.
Then they point out that these conditions have been institutionalized since the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. I agree with this assessment. But when stories like the Dorner murders receive such Anti-White spin, I would be inclined to find the media complicit in the Geneva Convention’s first definition:
(a) Killing members of the group.
At some point, some white guy out there is going to pull a Dorner. He is going to go on a vigilante killing spree of blacks. And just as Dorner cited the “racism” in the LAPD as his justification, this white vigilante is going to release a manifesto that cites the oppression of whites by black criminals, gang-bangers, and “youth” everywhere.
While I am not condoning mass killing and think it is the wrong way to bring about one’s political objectives, still, I recognize that such a white vigilante would, statistically speaking, have more justification in his vigilantism than Dorner had; blacks kill whites far more often than whites kill blacks. But just imagine the demonization this hypothetical white vigilante would receive in the Anti-White media!