Let me pose a question to all the readers of this forum, something we should all think about.
What do you think would happen if every single White American who disagrees with unlimited Third World immigration, who feels sickened by thefilthy perversion of homosexuality, who is worried and concerned by black crime, who thinks the war in Iraq was a mistake, who thinks George W. Bush is a jug-eared moron, who doesn't trust the Jews or their neo-con allies--in short, what would happen if every normal White American were to stand up tomorrow, and simple speak aloud what he feels in his heart?
Without fear or retaliation? Without fear of what his friends and co-workers might think? Without fear, period?
We're supposed to have that right, you know, under the United States Constitution. So what if we were to exercise it? All the countless millions of White people who know that things have gone badly wrong in this country and it's time for change?
What if, like the people on that movie Network, we were all to open our windows and shout out, "We're mad as hell and we're not going to take it any more!" And when the liberals and the minorities and the media tried to shout us down and threaten us and insult us and humiliate White people into silence, we refused to be silenced, but kept on saying out loud what we really feel, day after day, for the rest of our lives?
Supposed all of us, every one of us, stopped being afraid and stood up and said out loud that these things that happen in America are horrible and wrong, and we will not tolerate them any more?
There are still millions of us. White people are still the majority, you know, except in a few places like Texas and California. There are still more of us than there are of them.
We could bring about a new world, and we wouldn't have to commit a single illegal or even dangerous act, if only all of us would do it--stop being afraid, and stand up and speak.
Makes ya think, don't it?