Thursday, June 08, 2017

Professor's "solution" for white working-class American communities

Justin Gest thinks he has a kindly solution for the plight of white working-class American communities. It's to make their passing "as comfortable as possible".

It's noteworthy that he won't even consider the option that these communities might have a future. He talks as if some inevitable, agentless force of history were putting these communities on a "path to death" rather than the specific policies of their own government.

There is a "no future clause" built into liberal modernity that academics like Justin Gest are happy to embrace:


  1. I see more and more of this exterminationist rhetoric. This is why "White Genocide" is not an exaggeration.

  2. This would be considered pure unadulterated evil if done to any other racial or ethnic group.

    And that's what it is. Realize that people!! This is the spirit of this age.

    Eventually I hope all of those who have promoted this, explicitly or implicitly are punished. Some with fines, others with jail, some with execution for attempted genocide with a systemic goal.

  3. Try to imagine someone saying the same thing about the tribal American Indian or Australian aboriginal culrtures. No, we have a moral imperative to prop up and sustain those communities with subsidies paid for by largely white taxpayers.