Want proof? Okay: First define it for me. Next: go find me some and show it to me.
Go ahead… I’ll wait.
Found some? Not yet! Shouldn’t it be all over the place?!? I mean, this is a racist, and a white supremacist nation, right? Right? You do know what “supreme” means, right? Please tell me you know what the word means! Here you are running around calling white people, and particularly white Conservatives, white supremacists, so surely you know what the word means!
Remember: the accusation is that America is a racist nation, and a white supremacist nation. According to that, you’d better be able to find me thousands of examples, hundreds of thousands of examples. Everywhere.
Oh, you’ll point me to Charlottesville, surely. But, they couldn’t even pull off a rally there without being beaten down, except for one lone whack-job who drove a car into a bunch of violent counter-protesters.
There hasn’t been a “white supremacist” rally since then. But after Charlottesville there were millions of virtue signalling injuries all across the land as countless people sprained their tongues frenziedly tsk-tsking and tut-tutting.
Oh, there’ve been attempts to hold “Free Speech” rallies… rallies whose organizers explicitly denounced anything that had to do with “white supremacy,” whatever that finally turns out to be. Those rallies — in favor of free speech! in America!… fizzled.
Rallying for free speech in America ought to be like rallying in favor of the Red Sox in Boston.
But as soon as the Left, and their puppets in the media, whispered “White Supremacy” in the same context as free speech, out came the antifa goons, and the rallies never even happened.
No, today’s accusations of “White Supremacy” are really coming from a bunch of Left Supremacists, to coin a term.
Want more proof? Go ahead and point to a prominent Conservative politician or commentator who’s made a speech on a major college campus in recent days. See whether you can find Ann Coulter, or Charles Murray, or Ben Shapiro or Milo Yiannopoulos and ask them.
After you’ve spoken with them, then go find me a left-wing commentator or politician who’s been shouted down by a right-wing mob somewhere in America. I’d tell you to go ahead, and that I’ll wait, but I’ll be waiting a very long time.
And whom have the furious denunciations of “White Supremacy” most benefited? Non-white people? They could use some real benefit in America. The Left has them so far under the heel of their jack boots they could use some relief! But, no, the antifa goons and their brainless followers in the media haven’t done anything for non-white people. But they’ve sure made the Left happy! Morons like Bernie Sanders, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and the others all running around with bandages on their tongues, but feeling as though they really got us Conservatives on the defensive with the fabricated charge of “White Supremacy.”(1)
I re-state my original challenge: If you believe that there’s really any such thing as “White Supremacy,” and if you want to accuse us Conservatives of being guilty of it, then the burden to define it is on your shoulders. Furthermore, the burden to point to specific examples of it is also on your shoulders. If you can’t point to hundreds of thousands of specific examples of it, then you’re a fraud. And “White Supremacy” is a fabrication.
You are aware, aren’t you, that the notion of “supreme” is contained in the word “Supremacy?” That when you say “White Supremacy” you’re using a noun — “Supremacy” — modified by an adjective — “White” — that implies that white people in some way hold a position of obvious, demonstrable power over non-white people. Go ahead find me some of those millions of concrete examples of something resembling that. They must be out there for you to make such a lurid, horrid accusation against tens of millions of people.
I’ll help you: if there even is such a thing as “White Supremacy,” and if it exists in profusion in America, as the Left accuses, then you should be able to point me to countless laws — federal, state and local — a well as thousands of policies, procedures, rules and regulations, all of which obviously favor… white people.
Furthermore, you should be able to point me to countless examples of the same things, explicitly and obviously, disfavoring non-white people. You know, things like literacy tests and the like(2). There should be so many of them that one could comfortably use the concept of “supreme” in referring to white people in America.
Here’s one final hint for you leftists out hunting around for specific examples of “White Supremacy” to rub in my face: You can find it right over there with the unicorns.
Go ahead, I’ll wait.
(1) Don’t forget: there was a notion of “White Supremacy” in America. Its inventor and most stalwart defender was… none other than the Democrat Party! After the Civil War, they brought about things like the Jim Crow Laws in the South, segregation, and, oh yeah, the Ku Klux Klan.
(2) What? Outlawed many decades ago!?! How can that be, in a “racist” and “white supremacist” nation?