In an act of self-congratulatory magnanimity, the New York Times
has run a big batch of Trump-supporting letters [ ‘Vision, Chutzpah and Some Testosterone’
JAN. 17, 2018]
Every single one fails to mention the only thing worth mentioning: white people.
Over the decades, whites have become superbly conditioned at Not Mentioning Race. White conservatives are maestros: it’s about law and order
! Low taxes
! Gun rights
! Border security!
They may, per Kevin MacDonald
, actually sublimated and submerged their actual feelings so far down that they themselves are not conscious of what they actually feel. I think he calls this implicit
Explicit whiteness, of course, is what Richard Spencer
, Jared Taylor
and others do, which for the rest of us makes it extremely difficult to maintain employment,
keep from getting punched in the face,
or angrily ordered out of a house in the middle of Thanksgiving dinner
. So implicit whiteness is a pretty logical state for whites.
But the Trump phenomenon lays it bare. Of course Donald Trump is an egomaniacal pig. But he has come as close to being a white advocate in the White House as we’ve had in the modern era, and that’s how he was elected.
In other words, if Hillary Clinton had been up against a war-wounded Marine with a strict Baptist lifestyle who also happened to have called for walls and Muslim bans, you could say his sterling character — not any pro-white positions — got him elected.
You can’t say that about Trump. The guy screws porn stars
about aborting Tiffany. If decent whites have to wade through that to get to pro-white positions, they must really want them.