An RGI Sampler (Part III)


In this series we’ve begun to expose some of the loopy thinking in the Race Grievance Industry. We find it all over the place. It’s generally stupid, delusional, ridiculous, wildly paranoid and… kinda pathetic. Oh, and deeply racist. Don’t forget: these are the ones calling white Americans racists!

The more I read of this irrational stuff, the more I recognize that it’s nothing more than the product of the fevered imaginations of people who (1) really want to be important, and (2) have decided that the way to accomplish that is to fabricate a bunch of flapdoodle about non-existent injustices and outrages that must be defeated, eradicated, eliminated!

This is the new racism, and it comes — as we predicted — waving the banner of anti-racism. Below, I’ve quoted something from a paranoid whack-a-doodle who calls himself “Kushite Prince.” Here’s Prince Whack-A-Doodle’s website.

As we said in our original post in this series, we could let these half-wits speak for themselves, without commentary. It should be sufficient, because these posts are so stupid. However, there are things that people should know about them, so we’ve included some commentary as well.

Without further ado, here’s some of the product of what’s between Prince Whack-A-Doodle’s ears… a place where none dare to go, without a HazMat suit, that is:

10 THINGS EVERY BLACK PERSON IN AMERICA MUST UNDERSTAND

  1. White supremacists have officially waged holy war against you (they call it RAHOWA)
  2. There are no official agencies willing to protect your Constitutional rights against white supremacists.
  3. Being sensitive or emotional about this reality will not help you. You must think strategically at this point.
  4. You have a Constitutional and God given right to protect yourselves by any means from white supremacists.
  5. Do not let the media or politicians fool you with deflective terms like “left”, “right”, “fascism”, etc. The issue is simply white supremacy.
  6. The white supremacists are on an ethnic cleansing campaign. They have set up a system to kill you with impunity.
  7. You are under no obligation to allow white supremacist terrorists to murder you. defend yourselves at all costs.
  8. Don’t let any non-Black groups pacify you with marches, church visits, prayers and sympathy. If they are not will (sic) to PUNISH white supremacists for harming you, they are wasting your time.
  9. There is no “moral high ground” needed to defend yourselves from terrorism. Cheating is allowed when it comes to your survival.
  10. You are in a WAR, not a PROTEST. Don’t show up to the battlefield with just an iphone.

Ooookaaaaaay… backing slowly away from the crazy man…

Let’s take a closer look, shall we? Oh, here’s a link to the post in question.

First of all, the writing is barely literate, ridiculously sloppy and slapdash, and has mistakes in it that indicate that the author just tossed off these points, without bothering to proofread them. Inexcusably shoddy workmanship for what’s supposed to be some kind of a ringing manifesto!

In other words, he may think that he’s delivered himself of surpassing wisdom, but apparently doesn’t think enough of his own thinking to wordsmith it, check his language and wording, check his word use, or correct typos. How well-thought out could these ten thundering things be, if the one who thought them up is unwilling even to do the minimum to be sure that he expresses them clearly?

Prince Whack-A-Doodle’s Point #1: “White supremacists have officially waged holy war against you (they call it RAHOWA)”

Our Reaction: Well! We white people have officially waged war against black people! The tense is in the past, so I guess that “RAHOWA’s” over? I googled the term, and apparently it’s a mash-up of the words RAcial HOly WAr. Get it? RAHOWA.

If we read further, we find that it’s apparently not we white people as a whole who’ve “officially” waged this RAHOWA, but rather some obscure Canadian white supremacist rock band that formed in 1989 and disbanded in… 1997. Prince Whack-A-Doodle (for the sake of brevity, we’ll call him PWAD, and his 10 points the “PWAD Manifesto“) says, though, that all black people need to be aware of his Manifesto’s great truths, implying that the threat from white supremacists is everywhere, facing all black people. So, we’re going to treat what he says about “white supremacists” as pertaining to all white people. Since, well, since that’s the only logical way to interpret what PWAD says.

Now, mind you, I had to go in search of all this information. PWAD was apparently unwilling to back up anything that he said in his PWAD Manifesto with clarifying details, or anything else. He gives us only a bunch of alarming, hysterical accusations… and that’s it.

Now, mind you, PWAD’s main point is, of course, going to be in Point #1, and it says that we so-called “white supremacists” have “officially waged holy war” against all black people. That’s some serious stuff. One would think that PWAD would point to some incidents, battles, skirmishes, conflicts somewhere that would let you and me, who’re just encountering this RAHOWA term for the first time, know… what the hell he’s blathering about!

Oh, by the way, I’d be very happy to go and, say, protest a RAHOWA concert, but as I mentioned their band disbanded back in 19-freakin’-97! More than 20 years ago!


PWAD’s Point 2: “There are no official agencies willing to protect your Constitutional rights against white supremacists.”

Our Reaction: Well, since there are apparently precious few white supremacists to be found, I wouldn’t lose any sleep over it. Furthermore, shouldn’t PWAD point to some examples of (1) white supremacists trying to deny black people their Constitutional rights, and (2) agencies of the government failing to protect them? Remember: this is an official holy war being waged against all black people… if this were true, such examples should be everywhere.

I shouldn’t have to state the obvious, but here goes: Obviously there are no limits on PWAD’s Constitutional right of free expression. We’ll mention more on this further on.


PWAD’s Point #3: “Being sensitive or emotional about this reality will not help you. You must think strategically at this point.”

Our Reaction: Ummmm… okay. Sounds like good advice for a lot of things; but especially of course, for an official holy war that’s being officially waged against all black people by all those nasty white supremacists who are somehow making this “official holy war” fly… completely under the radar! I know, I know… it’s just another one of those many things that only the ones with the right skin color, the “wokeness,” and the secret decoder ring can see; like “white supremacy,” and “white privilege,” and “systemic racism,” and “institutional racism,” and so forth and so on, ad infinitum, and ever so drearily ad nauseum.


PWAD’s Point #4: “You have a Constitutional and God given right to protect yourselves by any means from white supremacists.”

Our Reaction: Ummmm… I thought there were “no official agencies willing to protect our Constitutional rights against white supremacists.” I mean, you said it yourself! Which is it?

Maybe a quick civics lesson is in order here: If you have a Constitution, but there are “no official agencies willing to protect your Constitutional rights,” then you have no Constitution at all. PWAD contradicts himself here by admitting that black people have recourse to Constitutional rights; rights to which one has recourse, if and only if there are functioning mechanisms (agencies, departments, courts, etc) willing to “protect our Constitutional rights” against those who would violate them.

Why do I make this point? Simple: PWAD is living, breathing, walking proof that what he says is hogwash. After all, a country that willing to abuse all the members of a certain race — remember these 10 points are for all black people… it says so in the very first line — would never allow these very same 10 points to remain on the Internet for all the world to see. For those of you not paying close attention, PWAD’s post shows that he’s availing himself fully, without any constraint whatsoever, of his Constitutional right to free speech.

One wonders — can PWAD point to other Constitutional rights being denied any black Americans? Because, if he can, I’ll immediately and wholeheartedly, without reservations, join him astride the ramparts in demanding that the injustice stop. Otherwise, without some clarification for all this, one has no choice but to conclude that PWAD’s 10 points are a bunch of imaginary flapdoodle, penned by a paranoid, self-important half-wit.


PWAD’s Point #5: “Do not let the media or politicians fool you with deflective terms like “left”, “right”, “fascism”, etc. The issue is simply white supremacy.”

Our Reaction: Uhhhh… yeah. About that. What the hell is it?!? No one knows, and no one tells anyone what it is — this “white supremacy” — how it manifests itself, what things need to be done about it, what things are done in its name, what remedies need to be implemented, what are the effects on its “victims” … things like that. If “the issue (the whole freakin’ issue!) is white supremacy,” then it ought to be well-known… just what the freak that is!

Good luck finding out though… because, as mentioned above, it’s yet another of those things that require the skin color, the “wokeness” and the decoder ring. And, apparently, even then those with the skin color, the “wokeness” and the decoder ring still can’t tell you… what it is. But you white people, you’re supposed to cut it out anyway. Got it?


PWAD’s Point #6: “The white supremacists are on an ethnic cleansing campaign. They have set up a system to kill you with impunity.”

Our Reaction: remember when we said that PWAD is talking about all white people? It’s points like this one that bring about that interpretation. No “system to kill with impunity” or “ethnic cleansing campaign” could be launched without the approval of all, or at least a sufficiently large majority of white people, because otherwise it would be squashed immediately. Again, PWAD gives no clarification. Such a “system” should be big, big, BIG news! Such a system would have aspects of it splashed across the media, in massive headlines… every day.

Is he talking about cops shooting unarmed black people? Okay…if all such incidents were part of this “system” of “ethnic cleansing,” then it’s a pretty pathetic effort. There are north of 40 million black Americans. With the dozen or so killed each year by the police, and assuming that the population of black people decreases by that number each year, the police won’t have finished their bloody task for… more than 3 million years. Other than that, though, the population of black Americans is growing faster than that of white Americans, so again, we white supremacists are apparently pretty pathetic at ethnic cleansing.


PWAD’s Point #7:You are under no obligation to allow white supremacist terrorists to murder you. Defend yourselves at all costs.”

Our Reaction: We completely agree. No one is under any obligation whatsoever to allow anyone to murder him! Duh! Why is PWAD making this point? Does he really think there are black people out there who believe themselves to be under some obligation to allow white supremacists to murder them? Does he really think that any black Americans are that stupid? Seriously.

As true as PWAD’s assertion is, it’s still one of the stupidest things I’ve ever read. Needless to say, PWAD thinks he’s unveiled a brilliant, ringing piece of rhetoric, when all he’s done is said something embarrassingly stupid. Ouch! It was painful to read this bit of moronic fluff.


PWAD’s Point #8: “Don’t let any non-Black groups pacify you with marches, church visits, prayers and sympathy. If they are not will (sic) to PUNISH white supremacists for harming you, they are wasting your time.”

Our Reaction: Here’s where PWAD’s attempt at a ringing manifesto falls down yet again. Punish white supremacists for what, exactly? For being white supremacists? We’re in America, dude. You get to have stupid thoughts. It’s kind of a Constitutional right. Read the “PWAD Manifesto,” above, for proof of this fact.

Do you want to punish white supremacists for being stupid? Guess what: that’s also not illegal. You absolutely can punish white supremacists for “harming you,” but in any country that wishes to call itself “civilized” you have to be able to show what that harm is! And, here’s a clue: it ain’t anything like “ticking you off,” or “making you mad,” or “saying things you don’t like to hear.”

Note, also, the phrase: “…if they are not will to PUNISH…” We interpreted that as: “if they are not willing to PUNISH,” and commented accordingly. This is what we meant above by “sloppy and slapdash” writing.


PWAD’s Point #9: “There is no “moral high ground” needed to defend yourselves from terrorism. Cheating is allowed when it comes to your survival.”

Our Reaction: Ummm… again, okay. If the writer truly believes that there’s an unrestrained “official holy war” being waged against black Americans by white Americans, then he’s telling black people to do whatever it takes to defend themselves and their families. I agree. That’s exactly what I’d tell my family, if they were in harm’s way.

However, I’d like to help. Would the author of the PWAD Manifesto please give me some indication as to what it all freakin’ is, so that I can help him and his comrades defeat it?!? Otherwise, there’s no threat, no menace, no danger, and the guy who wrote this “manifesto” is an idiot needlessly alarming people… and he should cut it out.


PWAD’s Point #10: “You are in a WAR, not a PROTEST. Don’t show up to the battlefield with just an iphone.”

Our Reaction: Again, PWAD makes the point that this is a war. Okay, some particulars, please. Otherwise, you sound like a paranoid nutcase, unable to make a coherent case for anything. Wars are Big Deals. You don’t have real wars — at least not ones like what PWAD seems to be imagining — without headlines, casualty counts, protests and protesters, screaming, bombs, mayhem, anarchy, chaos, daily death and daily destruction. Oh, wait — sounds like places like Chicago and Baltimore. Places where by far the greatest menace to black safety comes from… other black people.

I read PWAD’s WordPress bio… he views himself as kind of a scholar. One would think, therefore, that he’d be a whole lot more careful about publishing the kind of half-witted kookery found in the above-shown “PWAD Manifesto.” One would think that he might provide some, you know, scholarship for his points. One would think he wouldn’t post such a shoddy piece of slop.

However, there’s a more sinister aspect to “Kushite Prince’s” moronic post. In it he tars an entire race, indirectly, with a very ugly brush. He accuses an entire race of serious crimes — of launching what he calls an official war of extermination (he uses the term “ethnic cleansing”) against another race. He gives no specifics, he provides no details, he simply accuses.

Other people could do that too, and they have. If they were to accuse, for example, all black people of being say,  criminals, or stupid, or maybe he might call them animals, sub-human, or uncivilized, or lazy.

We mention these things because these are slurs that racist white people have said in the past and, for decades, this country, and all its peoples, have loudly and overwhelmingly condemned and rejected such idiotic “thinking.”

Now, such thinking appears only in far-flung, obscure, poorly lit places inhabited also by bats, salamanders and blind fish. Anyone who tries to say such things in public meets immediately with unanimous condemnation from all corners of America. There is literally not one single person of any consequence whatsoever who takes seriously such codswallop, or grants any credibility whatsoever to its adherents.

Oh, and such thinking appears also right out in the open, in public, right in the pages of an ugly, deluded, paranoid racist who calls himself “Kushite Prince.” He’s one of the purveyors of the new racism. Or as The Who might have said, “Meet the new racism, same as the old racism.” And just as ugly, and just as stupid… and just as pathetic. The Who paraphrase comes from the title of their song: “Won’t Get Fooled Again.” Prince Whack-A-Doodle believes that he can fool America again.(1)

— xPraetorius

Notes:


(1) I’ve locked horns with the racist half-wit who calls himself “Kushite Prince” at Brothawolf’s blog. He’s kind of a doofus who thinks quite a lot of himself but, as illustrated in the above post, doesn’t expend a whole lot of energy in actually thinking things through. He’s easy to beat in debate, because he nearly immediately resorts to all the usual RGI laziness: accusations of racism, lying, etc. Then he does the time-honored RGI retreat, insisting that he doesn’t have the time to debate with the likes of us. Very predictable in the low-information Race Grievance Industry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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