Interracial Porn and the Canadian Power Elite

Pornography on tap is a reality of the Internet age.  A particularly dehumanizing subset — for everyone involved — is interracial pornography, especially the black-male-on-white-female variety.  Whoever produces this stuff should hang from a high tree.  It may be one issue upon which white advocates, feminists and even some multiculturalists could agree.

This form of porn is a truly brutal attack on the white psyche.  What our enemies seek for our race literally is concentrated symbolically here:  our race dominated, disgraced, humiliated;  its gene flow blocked.  It sickens the heart.

Just ask this female judge from Canada, whose white lawyer husband apparently thought it would be cute to offer her up for sexual domination by a black client.

It’s not clear to me what the extent of her own involvement is, or whether the black man’s allegations are true.  I am assuming the basic facts are true:  that the white husband wanted his white wife to be ravaged by this black man.

According to the news accounts, the white man, one Jack King, was “depressed” as this all unfolded.  I think his mental state is something else:  perfectly in line with the way our enemies want white men to think.

Jack King and his wife, Lori Douglas, are presumably a very powerful couple in Canadian society.  (Though King no longer appears on his firm’s website)

And this is how they think.  It says a lot about the state of the West that the power elite spend their time seeking out interracial three-ways.  I feel safe in assuming that they aren’t rushing off to American Renaissance conferences or otherwise concerned about the fate of their race.

And I don’t have to tell Canadian white activists what the Canadian judiciary is up to otherwise.  To the point:  hammering away at free speech, free association and other rights.  I note one lawyer who is standing up to that:  Douglas Christie.

Whites need to reject the likes of Jack King and Lori Douglas, and affirm the Doug Christies.

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