What Do They Mean by “White Supremacist“?
by Tim Murray
It has become fashionable to label anybody, or any website which challenges anti-White racism as “white supremacist”. Of late, it has become among most frequently heard buzzwords — or buzz ‘phrases’ — particularly in the wake of the Charleston shooting.
“White supremacist” is a buzzword brandished as a weapon of fear and intimidation, so as to silence opponents and prevent reasoned debates. But what does “White supremacist” actually mean?
It used to be defined as the belief that the “White” race is superior to other races. But now it seems that, like so many English words in the history of the language, the meaning has evolved into something else. As it is presently wielded, the phrase conflates the belief in racial superiority with a belief in cultural superiority. Like the word “racist” or…
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