“Low Grade Racial Terrorism” in Oregon –Words Have No Meaning

“Low Grade Racial Terrorism” in Oregon –Words Have No Meaning

The following story needs some analysis. It’s a good example of the useof propaganda to muddy serious discussion of racial issues. Be very careful andskeptical next time you read a heavy breathing report fuming about terrorismand White supremacy.
The facts:
·       Someone leafletted cars on a street in Milwaukie, Oregon with leafletsin Spanish and English opposing White genocide and adding that anti-racism means anti-White. ·      Some busybody White – it’salways a self-hating White who will do us in – one Dinah Davis decided towaddle along and take the flyers off car windshields. [So much for freedom ofspeech.] ·      For reasons not explainedDavis concluded the flyers were “White supremacist literature.” ·       A racism “expert” Prof. Randy Blazak proclaimed: “Thisis a form of low-grade terrorism, and this is meant to terrorize people whohave been victims of violence,”
The Reality:
1.   Watch the video. It is clearthat the leaflets say very little beyond what the story quoted.

2.   Note that opposing the destruction of your own people, if you are White, means you are a White supremacist and “low-grade” terrorist.

3.   The leaflet does not suggest that other races should be exterminated or ruled, only that White genocide should be opposed. Would a call to stop the genocide of a small Indian tribe in the Amazon be “Indian Supremacy”? Of course not.

4.    To most people terrorism means acts of violence – bombing, beating,

murder, kidnapping, arson – against innocent people, against civilians. These are leaflets, not bombs, saying no more than Whites don’t want to be exterminated.

5.   Note also that neither busybody Davis, who claims to speak for the neighbourhood, nor expert Blazak deals with the  flyers’ accusation:  “”Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.” Ironically, their words and actions prove the point. If they are anti-racists, they are clearly anti-White in that they think calls for White survival are evil

MILWAUKIE, Ore. – A neighborhood was blanketed with racist fliers on Thursday and people there say they won’t tolerate the hateful propaganda.
The group handing out the fliers has a very specific target since they’re only partially in English and are mostly in Spanish. The only two words in English: “white genocide.”
Many people who park along Southeast International Way got one on their windshield.
Dinah Davis, who works on the street, took action after reading the flier.
Davis drives on the street every day to get to work and on Thursday she noticed something out of the ordinary.
“I know enough Spanish to recognize that it is white supremacist literature. I was horrified,” she said.
Someone left them on nearly every parked car.
“Perhaps they think this is a suitable neighborhood. I’m here to tell them, no, it’s not,” Davis said.
She spent the rest of her morning walk going up and down the road picking up the fliers off windshields. She collected a stack of them.
Racism expert Randy Blazak, a professor at Portland State University, translated the words. The letters in red: “Anti-racist is a code word for anti-white.”
“This is a form of low-grade terrorism, and this is meant to terrorize people who have been victims of violence,” he said.
The fliers trace to a website called the White Genocide Project.
Blazak said the web has become a popular place to spread intolerance.
“There’s sort of a 24-hour Klan rally happening on the Internet,” he said.
Davis knows this country’s history with hatred has lessened but it hasn’t gone away.
Her main question about the fliers: “Why have it in Spanish? I don’t understand that,” she said.
Blazak explained: “In the 1920s the Ku Klux Klan in Portland was primarily against Catholic immigrants. So this is just another version of targeting the immigrant population.”
He said it’s targeting by intimidation.
Blazak said he was familiar with the White Genocide Project website, but he’s never seen that group active in the Portland area.
He said even though it’s a hate message on paper, it’s still hate and not something to take lightly.