Amy Biehl Syndrome
Every so often, a tale from the world of current events manages to stand on its own as summation of the white genocide. The murder of Amy Biehl was one such tale. Biehl, a pretty, blonde Californian studying at Stanford, traipsed off to South Africa in the early 1990’s to assist blacks during the apartheid challenges. One day, she was surrounded by a group of blacks (unaware of her being ‘on the good side’, if you will) who stoned her to death.
To white advocates, the implications of the tale are obvious. But for those new to white consciousness, let me explain. First, Biehl was an attractive, well-off white woman, and obviously bright (she did make it into Stanford). As white advocates, we bemoan the fact that our best and brightest are so indoctrinated against their own race that they’d dive into dangerous situations to help non-whites — and worse, those in conflict with whites. They’ve been conditioned all their lives to believe that a virtuous life means running to a far-off land to “help” the non-whites, who suffer only because of colonialism or some other white-caused unfairness. They are not taught, by contrast, that becoming a wife and mother and helping their own race is virtuous. No, the opposite: those are contemptible courses.
So, that’s one level on which “Amy Biehl Syndrome” is a problem. The other is the sheer irony of the death: these women end up killed by the very “noble” non-whites they seek to help. To white advocates, what this shows is that these are ill-spent efforts: underlying the mission is an assumption that the non-whites will be grateful for the white help. But in truth, many of these non-whites are violence-prone and so lacking in discernment that they’d kill a white person willing to help them. This in turn reveals the deep-seated racial differences that make co-existence very difficult.
And on a third level, the parents of Amy Biehl actually forgave the black killers and shook their hands. White advocates see this as the Stockholm Syndrome of our dispossession — rather than react in a normal, healthy way by becoming angry, we actually get on bended knee to ask the forgiveness of the murderers of our race. We’ve become a race that wants to apologize for not dying off quickly enough. It boggles the mind.
Was the recent murder of a white girl who sought to be a “mule” for illegals an example of Amy Biehl Syndrome? Possibly — or this girl may have been acting out of cash-driven self-interest. But one element, at least, is there: a young white woman who’s been brainwashed by multiculturalism to the point that she doesn’t recognize the danger of venturing into Mexico on such a mission. She watched “Dora the Explorer” and thus believes that Hispanics are all nice people.
When I lived in Park Slope, Brooklyn, I’d read a story every few months in the New York tabloids about a young, idealistic white woman from the midwest who’d come to New York to work in the inner city public schools, only to be stabbed in the back (literally) by young black thugs. Another white life lost to multicultural lies, I would think. She was convinced by a hundred different propaganda points that this would be an “exciting” life (not that I was totally immune, since I was living there myself.)
The consequences of diversity propaganda are real. Whites — often the best whites — end up dead. We must teach them that true virtue today lies in defense of their race.
Christopher Donovan is the pen name of an attorney and former journalist. Email him.
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