Monday, May 29, 2017

White genocide discussed on CNN show as "a kind of utopia" and "the only solution"

What a world we live in. In the clip below two middle-aged men discuss Angela Merkel's open borders immigration policy. One is a celebrity chef, Anthony Bourdain. The other is an Austrian chef, painter and artist, René Stessl.

The conversation begins with Bourdain asking if it's possible to assimilate the million immigrants that Merkel brought into Germany in a single year. Stessl answers that it's possible, but he fears that it will lead to a right-wing resurgence. Both men then assert that Europe is falling back into the politics of the 1930s.

Stessl then says "I'm allowed to be naïve and talk about utopias. It's a kind of utopia, just the fact that the whole world will mix up with each other. That in 70, 80 years there will be no white people anymore and only cappuccino coloured people."

Bourdain replies "That's the only way. This is the only solution. It's our only hope. It's our way out of this. It's going to take some time. But it's really the only way. The Singaporean model where everybody is so mixed up that you really don't know who to hate because everybody is so hopelessly intertwined."

Note how Bourdain can only conceive of identity in terms of hatred, rather than positively as an expression of love for one's own tradition. Note too that he can only conceive of Nazism as an alternative to hedonistic individualism.

We just have to keep building a political opposition to these kind of men. The "diversity" that they support doesn't include us - we are to be bred out of it. Utopia will come, they believe, once we are gone. Stessl articulates this thought exactly: "I'm allowed about utopias...That in 70, 80 years time there will be no white people anymore."

The progressive utopia is no longer a society without the bourgeoisie but one without us.

It is no longer sensible for ordinary white people to support progressive "ideals" - why support a politics that is so openly hostile to your existence?


  1. Well, to be fair to their viewpoint, it isn't only white people who will no longer exist but ALL pure races. There will be no pure Sub-saharan Africans, no pure east Asians, etc.

    1. Yes, true, but they focus on the fact that there will be no more white people. The train of thought goes: race mixing, no more white people, utopia.

    2. Well, to be fair to their viewpoint, it isn't only white people who will no longer exist but ALL pure races. There will be no pure Sub-saharan Africans, no pure east Asians, etc

      So it won't just be white genocide, but black genocide as well. And Asian genocide. Race-mixing is racism of a breathtakingly virulent form. Every culture on earth will be destroyed. Except for the worst sort of mindless trash American culture.

      That's really the key. This is a form of American supremacism.

    3. 1.3 billion Chinese and 1.3 Billion Indians will not give up their racial identity. With the exception of a few marginal cases, they do not race mix and the have the family structure and tradition to resist American trash culture.

      The targets of genocide are the white race.

    4. The UN projects by the end of the century, sub-saharan Africa will reach 4 billion people, a good portion of whom will do all they can to get themselves to Europe and North America. By that time, Europe and US/Canada may be "cappuccino" colored but AFrica will without a doubt still be large black African.

  2. Advocacy for a universal population of cappuccino-colored people comes from people who have only ever reflected superficially on the vagaries of human existence. They choose to ignore the fact that most war and killing has been and continues to be amongst men who are racially indistinguishable.

    It is the very same thinking (s.l.) that says that if only all religion were eradicated then we could all live in peace.

    1. Yes, most of the twentieth century wars came down to ideologies and power blocs rather than race. If you think, for instance, of North vs South Korea or North vs South Vietnam, these were wars fought over ideology and power rather than race.

      As I watched the video, the thought occurred to me that Merkel's immigration policy was not going to have the kind of effects that Bourdain imagined - that in a future Islamic Europe living a life based on imbibing wine and eating pork schnitzel whilst superciliously discussing liberal politics is not likely to survive.

      The effect of open borders is to set up the potential for violence rather than to minimise it. You can see the beginning of this in greater state repression of political opposition, in the deployment of armed forces to the streets, in a greater fear of women to move freely in certain areas, and in acts of terrorism.

  3. Notably, Brazil isn't an utopia. It just shifts smoothly to lighter vs darker.

    1. Good point. The murder rate in Brazil is 24.5 per 100,000 compared to 0.3 in Japan.

  4. Yup, this kind of globalist genocidal talk is part of an agenda

    Remember the kulaks. Eliminating 'White people' elimantes a source of envy for many groups. Never forget that in the left's love of 'equality'

    They only mean to destroy.

    They do not like separation and difference when it pertains to White people -- which is a continuum of their dislike of any perceived inequality -- this is rooted in envy and the wish to control others

    Nobody's flooding Africa with Non-Africans and giving them free health care, affirmative action and special privileges.

    Only White Countries are doing it, only White children are affected, and only White politicians are allowing it.

  5. The thinking behind this is that we will not all be equal until we are all identical interchangeable cogs in the machine. This completely obliterates the multiculturalism project which is based on different cultures and unique individuals. The whole idea of equality was born with the Western cult of God -- who created all men in His image and likeness. This understanding has gradually become too deep for the modern mind to contemplate.

  6. I don't see how Bourdain is correct regarding Singapore, they don't describe themselves as "blending". Singapore encourages each ethnic group to have its own culture, but not to demean the culture of others. Singapore is also an authoritarian police state. I do admire them, because I prefer order to anarchy and the sharia of their neighbors.

  7. Note also Bourdain's ironic expression of his utopian solution to the hateful-whites problem: "because everybody is so hopelessly intertwined" white man's race-hate ("whiteness is not a race") will be replaced by a fatal hopelessness, since hate is so obviously the animating source of white man's life force. Bourdain's utopia requires white despair.
    The obliteration of differences, "a world mixed up with each other", is not what is crucial. It is seen as "the only way, the only solution, the only hope" to rid the world of the source of hate, which is white people.
    The late Justice Sandra Day O'Connor wrote a U.S. Supreme Court decision that ordered a forced racial diversity onto whites in schools, not admittedly to improve the lot of less qualified non-whites, but to supplement a vague, historic and ongoing white deficiency, declared by her to be the critical state interest.
    This backwards thoughtlessness is deep and wide. Whiteness is deemed recessive. It's a lack of something, a defect beyond repair. It must be eliminated.
    Only whiteness, which is the lack of any color, can disappear. Black is the presence of all color. The already shrinking ten percent of Earth's population that remains white, will take on the various colors if not left alone. The colors will won't disappear, just the hate and the host of other defects caused by the lack of color. Or so they say.

    1. The colors will won't disappear, just the hate and the host of other defects caused by the lack of color. Or so they say.

      Yes, because the first thing you notice about the non-white world is the total absence of hate and violence.

  8. hi I'm a teacher.
    Following is what we are hit with (see session titles)...
    To: NSW Teachers Federation Members

    Dear Colleagues

    The NSW Teachers Federation Centre for Professional Learning (CPL) is offering a K-12 Multicultural & Social Inclusion Conference relevant to primary and secondary teachers in Surry Hills on 21 July, 2017. The Middle Harbour Teachers Association has decided to directly encourage members in EALD positions, IECs and other teaching position to consider attending this professional learning opportunity. Please see details below.


    David Ferguson
    NSW Teachers Federation

    K-12 Multicultural Education and Social Inclusion Conference
    Target Participants: Teachers and educational leaders K – 12 implementing Multicultural Education policies and those catering for the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students.
    The K-12 Multicultural Education and Social Inclusion Conference is a major conference for teachers and educational leaders in school communities implementing the DoE Multicultural Education Policy, including Anti - Racism and English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D). Teachers and educational leaders in schools will partner with academics to explore theory, current research and the practical implications for pedagogy and whole school organisation as related to Multicultural Education. Presenters will also expand on current projects and ideas that have been successfully applied in school settings, both primary and secondary. They will explore the themes of cultural diversity in schools, anti – racism, social and cultural insights for teachers, EAL/D pedagogy and curriculum policies and those catering for the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students.

    Date: July 21 – Cost $200
    Location: Surry Hills
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    Draft Agenda for the Day includes:

    Keynote Address:
    ‘School Choice, Segregation, Inequality, Low SES and Ethnicity’ - Dr Christina Ho (University of Technology Sydney)

    Keynote Address:
    ‘Cultural Complexity and the Implications for Rethinking Multicultural Education’ - Assoc. Professor Megan Watkins (Western Sydney University)

    Work Shops ‘Multicultural Education in Your School’
    (5 presentations that will be repeated twice. Participants choose 2 workshops to attend.)
    One - 7-12- Language and Representation: Building skills for EAL/D students entering Stage 6.
    Rosie Sugden and Lisa Lum (Beverly Hills IEC)
    Two - K-6 - ‘A co-ordinated, Whole School Approach to Supporting EAL/D and Refugee Students Through Leadership, Pedagogy and Practice.’
    Kim Cootes and David Smith (Fairfield Public School)
    Three – K-12 ‘Understanding Intercultural Understanding’
    Associate Professor Megan Watkins (Western Sydney University)
    Four – K-12 ‘How to Construct a Demographic Profile for Your Local School Community’
    Dr Christina Ho (University Technology Sydney)
    Five – K-12 - ‘Anti-Racism in Your School and Community’
    Amber Flohm (NSW Teachers Federation)

    ‘There’s no racism at my school!’ Multiculturalism, Racism and Schooling
    Professor Greg Noble (Western Sydney University)

    The courses is accredited through NESA, formerly BOSTES and are QTC Registered PD for 5 hours for maintenance of accreditation at Proficient Teacher level. Please visit the CPL website at for additional information. In the usual fashion, schools will be asked to meet the relief costs incurred by teachers attending professional learning conferences. Each participant must lodge an individual enrolment application.