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    Racialization of politics:
    "Vast majority of whites who feel threatened by growing racial & ethnic diversity are not members of KKK or neo-Nazis. They are much greater in number, and far more mainstream, than the white supremacists who protested in Cville
    washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-ca…

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    Kevin MacDonald

    I asked respondents how important being white was to their identity. Over 40% said it was very or extremely important, 54% said that whites have a lot or a great deal to be proud of, & 43% reported that whites in this country have a lot or a great deal in common with one another

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    Kevin MacDonald

    these whites are not KKK sympathizers. Over 82% of whites who reported that their identity is important to them rated the KKK at or below 50. By comparison, just 10%of white identifiers rated the KKK above 70. Support for the KKK is very low, even among white identifiers

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    Kevin MacDonald

    "Even after accounting for age, gender, education and partisanship, white identifiers are more likely to think growth of racial or ethnic groups that are not white is having a negative effect on US culture than are whites who don’t feel strongly attached to their racial group

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    Kevin MacDonald

    White identifiers are an aggrieved group.They are more likely to agree that American society owes white people a better chance in life than they currently have.And white identifiers would like many of the same benefits of identity politics that they believe other groups enjoy

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    Kevin MacDonald

    Jardina has a book coming out in 2019: White Identity Politics.
    Amidst discontent over America's growing diversity, many white Americans now view the political world through the lens of a racial identity. amazon.com/Identity-Polit…

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    Kevin MacDonald

    "Whiteness was once thought to be invisible because of whites' dominant position and ability to claim the mainstream, but today a large portion of whites actively identify with their racial group & support policies and candidates they view as protecting whites' power and status.

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    Kevin MacDonald

  2. I think the only time I ever flirted with this garb was back in school, but that was a survival mechanism!

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    JamesTrejo1945

    James Trejo

  3. Funny... When you make any group say white straight males enemy number one as progressives do . They start pushing back

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    _Me_Three

    #MeThree

  4. It’s just a natural response to the demonization of white people by the left. It’s also natural to want to celebrate your race when you look around and every other group seems to be celebrating theirs.

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    AngeryJoe

    AngeryBoi

  5. Which is why allowing TWP and 1.0 to march alongside a palatable, mainstream brand killed whatever momentum we gained from Trump.

    We alienated our own base.

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    rotholandus14

    American Gent

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  8. "White supremacism" is another anti-White fake term.

    They never talk about the racism and supremacism in their Jewish state.

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    Art_Allm

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  9. Support my new statewide Initiative for 2020 called the #HiFi2020

    1) Bans the requirement that a studio get a RABINICAL blessing to incorporate.
    2) Studio Heads register as foreign agents or declare either United States or Israeli citizenship.
    3) Equal Opportunity for Gentiles

  10. I personally think that all tribes think their race is important and politically identify with like kind. How do you think we got the most divisive and incompetent nincompoop named Obama in the WH? They voted on blackness.

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