Christopher Donovan: It’s one thing to realize that universities, the media and the government are largely controlled by those hostile to Whites. But it’s quite another to realize that even whites’ traditionally core institutions — like the military — have been infiltrated by the same people. Now comes word that the military is ready to sniff out “white supremacists” — not by tattoo, group affiliation or vocal pronunciations around the barracks, but by nothing more than Internet advocacy.
As the angry comments note, it’s pretty obvious that the military isn’t interested in non-White “supremacist” activity, like the Five Percenters, Black gang members who put up their graffiti in Iraq or Afghanistan, or Islamic radicals who actually do cause big problems within the military. “Supremacist”, you see, is a nasty-sounding word that only applies to Whites.
(What’s funny to me, as a side note, is how unavoidably “Aryan” the business of being a soldier is to begin with: young, mostly White men standing ramrod straight, saluting, obeying authority and trained to kill brown people. Right there, of course, you’ve got a big problem, and if these men weren’t advancing Israel’s cause, they’d be held in far lower esteem by the Jewish power structure — and during the Vietnam war, they were. You’d think that if there were a clean-cut, hate-filled White man looking to kill non-Whites, the military would be the perfect place for him. Seems a military made up of wishy-washy liberals wouldn’t be very effective — they’d throw down their weapons and surrender.)
What’s scary about this effort by the military is to read the comment of Mark Potok, the Southern Poverty Law Center’s white-hater in chief, who seems to take credit for the new policy.
He’s quoted: “The hope is that this clarifies that even advocacy of these kinds of ideas is not consistent with being in the military.”
Wow. Full-fledged thought control, right in front of us. Who is this man, who exercises such incredible power — over the entire armed forces, no less? What, exactly, qualifies him to police the thoughts of White servicemen and women? He wasn’t elected. He wasn’t appointed. He didn’t even enlist. And yet there he is.
Christopher Donovan is the pen name of an attorney and former journalist. Email him