The Anti-White Mindset
Who is anti-white?
First things first, let’s go over the term “anti-white” and who it applies to. Some people are mistakenly interpreting “anti-white” as being synonymous with “non-white”. This is not the case; anyone can be anti-white, as it is a state of mind, just like anti-semitism.
In fact, most people with an anti-white mindset are white themselves, although they are usually known by other names such as “liberals”, “left-wing activists”, “anti-fascists” or even “conservatives”, as not all people with an anti-white mindset are members of the political left. You would be surprised at how many in the political right would slander anyone who acknowledges the demographic consequences of mass immigration just to appear more “respectable” to the mass media and the left-wing establishment.
The common denominator for these people however, is that they are referring to themselves as “anti-racist”, and they will accuse anyone who opposes mass immigration, or wants to secure a future for our people, as being a “racist” or a “naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews”.
This is the reason why “anti-racist” is just a code word for anti-white.
The anti-white mindset
The anti-white mentality is a core belief that white people are essentially evil and that they are the root cause of most of the world’s problems in one way or another. People with this mindset have been conditioned (usually their whole life) into this state of mind, as an anti-white mindset is largely the result of years of indoctrination, primarily induced by mass media and the educational systems in the West.
For years, generations have been taught that white people are unfairly privileged and that we oppress others for our own selfish gains. We have been taught that we share a collective guilt due to historical misdeeds perpetuated in the past, hence the term “white guilt”.
Anti-whites often refer to the colonisation of the Americas, the African slave trade, or other forms of oppression as uniquely the crimes of white people, for which we need to be punished, despite the fact that all peoples on Earth are guilty of slavery or conquest.
In fact, one of the largest colonial empires in the history of mankind was the Turkish Ottoman Empire, but no one is accusing them of being “racist supremacists”, or that they share a collective guilt and therefore need to be punished for it.
No one is forcing the Chinese to open their borders for invading Tibet.
No one blames all living Asians for the deeds of Genghis Khan.
This practice is solely applied to white people in order to justify non-stop immigration into white countries.
It does not matter that Swedes and Finns had nothing to do with the conquest of the Americas, all white people are guilty in the mind of the anti-white.
A contradictory mindset
As the anti-white mentality is more often than not subconscious, most anti-whites (or even people in general) fail to see the many contradictions inherent to it.
As pointed out above, anti-whites have no problem identifying who is white when they refer to negative circumstances (when they want to talk about slavery or racial discrimination for example), whether they are historical or contemporary, but as soon as someone opposes mass immigration (into all & only white majority countries) they suddenly have a hard time identifying who is white.
They either start to deny the existence of white people by claiming that “we all bleed red, “the only race is the human race”, or by demanding you to define “who is white?”, which they have no problem doing in negative contexts. It certainly is a slanted world view.
They justify non-stop immigration, to the point where we are becoming a minority, by claiming that “skin colour doesn’t matter”, whilst at the same time calling for a melting pot of racial diversity in all white/western countries.
They declare their love for “diversity”, but at the same time they proclaim that “we are all the same” and that we should become a “blended humanity”.
They say they love “multiculturalism”, but at the same time they strive to make every country indistinguishable. Sweden is no longer “Swedish”, France is no longer “French”, Britain is no longer “British”. They are all “multicultural societies”.
They claim that they are standing up for equal rights, but at the same time they deny white people their right to their own homelands.
According to the anti-white mindset, only white people can be “racist”.
You never hear anyone who calls themselves “anti-racist” accuse an African person of being “racist” for not wanting African countries to become non-African. You never hear them scream “nazi” at Japanese people for wanting Japan to be predominately Japanese.
If Senegal was to close its borders tomorrow, none of the anti-whites would bat an eyelid, but if Germany chose to close its borders, we all know what reaction they would have.
It is a “white countries for Everybody” principle that they abide by.
Anti-whites themselves believe that they are on the side of good standing up for equal rights, but in reality all their arguments and reasoning always end up at the same conclusion: white people are bad and anyone who does not agree that we should become minorities in our own countries is a “naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews”.
This is the reason why they are in fact anti-white. And it is our job to remind them of that.
How do you approach people with an anti-white mindset?
First of all, understand that these people are not good, they are anti-white and their (subconscious) intention is to justify our people becoming a minority in our own countries. Everything they say essentially leads to a world without white people.
Having said that, try not to hold a deep grudge against these people. It is understandable that they may make you feel angry at times, after all what they are doing is morally wrong, but you should also be able to sympathise with them as they have been conditioned all their lives and do not know any better.
Secondly, understand that since they have been conditioned all their lives, they are not interested in having a discussion or a debate. You will never be able to convince these people with logic or reason. No matter what statistics you show them, or no matter how many sources you have to back up your arguments, you will never bypass the barrier of political correctness of the anti-white mindset. Facts alone will not re-programme them. Nor will they change their point of view.
Don’t get me wrong, facts and statistics will work on some individuals, but not on people with an anti-white mindset. You see people on the internet all the time debating and arguing with politically correct people and it never leads anywhere. In their minds, you are wrong and all your sources are biased. Just as you would never change your mind because someone linked to a news article stating that “immigration boosts our economy” or “crimes are low and we have never been safer”, they will not change their mind either nor admit defeat. Even if you did manage to convince someone with an anti-white mindset that with current politics it is only a matter of time until we become a minority, they will simply either try to justify it or respond with “So?”.
Instead of trying to debate them, it is a matter of pointing out their contradictions in order to reveal their anti-white way of thinking. This can be done by exposing their conscious or subconscious anti-white intention and by putting them on the defensive by taking over the moral high ground. What we mean by that is to make people understand that although they claim to be “good anti-racists” they are in reality just anti-white, since all their arguments leads back to the point that they are trying to justify a world without white people.
It does not matter if they agree or disagree with you, as long as the discussion revolves around your talking points it will be to your advantage, since the more something is discussed, the more it will become normalised and become acknowledged in people’s minds. That is the reason why reporters and news anchors very rarely talk about the consequences of immigration and other related topics. They do not want people to think or talk about it, and they certainly do not want people to react and stand against it.
It is about planting a seed and moving things from the subconscious to the conscious.