Daniel Poole | They are 15 words which will live in infamy. On July 4, 2012, black actor and comedian Chris Rock made the following tweet: “Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren’t free but I’m sure they enjoyed fireworks.”
Not surprisingly, there has been much outrage across the nation over Rock’s tweet. Conservatives and libertarians are shaking their heads wondering, “How can any person spew such disgusting rhetoric?” But then they remind themselves that the left hates the United States and everything it stands for.
Real Americans correctly conclude that Progressives like Rock hate this blessed nation, but unfortunately most of them don’t understand the nature of the war that Progressives are waging.
In her coverage of Rock’s tweet, ‘Net Buzz Examiner Marci Stone provided this quote from a black nationalist with a most ironic last name – Elon James White. What White said provides an excellent glimpse into what the left truly thinks of this country and its traditional (ahem) white majority:
But part of being American, to me, is that I have to acknowledge all the bulls*** that comes with it. Basically some folks came over, stole other people’s land, killed them, then started a country on the backs of my people, while killing them, and then at some point they freed the slaves but then oppressed them and killed them some more.
I have a couple questions: Is there any way to compromise with an enemy who thinks we are genocidal monsters that murdered, raped, and enslaved blacks and other non-whites?
Is there any compromise with an enemy that preaches the mantra of equality but in fact desires supremacy and despotism?
Chris Rock was not joking no matter how much he cowers in a corner. His tweet is symbolic of the mindset of the far majority of non-whites in this country, especially in once-thriving urban cities like Detroit.
For example, Barack Obama has an excellent chance of getting reelected because he is going to crush Mitt Romney among non-white voters, and thanks to the darkening of America, there are now enough non-white citizens for Obama’s election strategy to be a slam-dunk success.
But this isn’t about Obama or Romney. This is about a war between the traditional American majority and the non-whites who hate them and seek to displace them.
Rest assured, when non-whites become the majority, the Fourth of July will be eliminated as an American Holiday. If anything the Fourth of July will be treated like a day of mourning.
Because if Rock’s tweet is indicative of how non-whites think now, then they have every reason to abolish the Fourth of July once they control the “country,” such as it will be.
“Poole, why are you fanning the flames of a race war?” I’m not. It is white conservatives and libertarians who have offered the olive branch of colorblindness for 50 years. Non-whites like Chris Rock, Al Sharpton, and pretty much all the others refuse to reciprocate.
The few non-whites who have reciprocated have explicitly called out non-whites for their despicable anti-white hatred.
Real Americans know that there is no compromising with Muslim terrorist groups like Al-Qaeda. Likewise, they shouldn’t compromise with Marxists like Rock.
Real Americans also shouldn’t have any fear of confronting the left’s anti-white rhetoric head on and without apologies. Some, like Merlin Miller and the American Third Position party, are already doing so.
In regards to Rock’s tweet, the response from real Americans should go something like this:
People of white European stock founded this nation, built it, and maintained it from one generation to the next. This is our homeland! If you don’t like it, then you are free to get the hell out and go back to Africa! We don’t want you poisoning our nation anyway!
“But Poole, you are just feeding into the left’s claim that we are all a bunch of racists!” Oh yeah? So what!
Dan Poole is a 2012 graduate of Oakland University, with a BA in Political Science and a Minor in History. A former intern for the Milford Times with dozens of published articles, Dan has a passion for politics and ideology that he loves to express in writing.