Do Most White People Believe In And Practice Racism (White Supremacy)?

The system of white supremacy and a system of justice can not occupy the same space, at the same time. It’s either one or the other.

According to modern reports, we are in a ‘post racial’ society.

This is suppose to mean America is past the days of racism. That is complete and absolute bullshit.

The only reason people actually believe this is because the white supremacist at the top of the global power structure have went through great lengths to make it appear that there is no such thing as a system of white supremacy. “There’s just a few bad apples..” is what they say.

By NO means I am suggesting that white people are supreme, because we know that’s not true. However the SYSTEM of white supremacy does infect the globe like a deadly virus, and the virus has yet to be stopped…

Sure there’s been resistance by non-white people, but none have successfully implemented a strategy that would ultimately crumble the system of white supremacy.

The system of white supremacy has turned the entire planet into a prison for all non-white people and all other living organisms.

Not all white people are white supremacist. However, if a person who classifies themselves as white, and does not vigilantly seek to end the system of white supremacy in all areas of people activity, for all people in the known universe, and replace it with a system of justice then that ‘white person’ is a white supremacist by default.

That’s like standing next to a mass murderer, while that person is committing brutal acts of violence, and choosing to ignore it because they’re not trying to murder you. If the person standing next to the murderer does not aim to stop the murderer by any means necessary, then that person is guilty by association. If you’re not part of the solution you are part of the problem.

Most white people, especially in 2020 are completely oblivious to their own allegiance to the system of white supremacy. I say that because most white people I’ve spoken to about racism and the system of white supremacy usually have the same defensive responses. Those responses tend to imply that white people have it just as bad, that success in the world is dependent on character not race, and that identifying the system of white supremacy as a real entity is “playing the race card”.

The point is, if white people did openly admit that there is a system of white supremacy that seeks to dominate all non-white people of the universe driven by a fear of genetic annihilation by melanin dominate humans, then the system would collapse instantly. The less conscious among the melanated masses would be forced to wake up and realize the truth about what’s going on.

Once the truth becomes common knowledge the comforts and privileges that white people have enjoyed, at the expense of non-white people, would be no more. A global revolution of consciousness would occur and there would no longer be a global monopoly on power and wealth. No one would fall for “white man lies” anymore. A new universal system of justice would be born.

Since most white people have experienced a supreme level of privilege their entire life, losing it would be “then end of the world.”

So it is no wonder why white people, as a collective, can not truly seek to produce justice and equality. In doing so, would be suicidal for the entire collective of people classified as white. White people know, as well as non-white people that most people on the planet earth could be classified as non-white (melanated). So if white people gave up their religion and practice of global white supremacy they would instantly end up on the bottom of the global totem pole, and become subjected to the majority ‘black, brown, red, yellow’ people of the earth that have been terrorized by the system of white supremacy for hundreds if not thousands of years.

I don’t think white people will ever willingly trade the system of white supremacy for a system of justice, because true justice would mean that white people would no longer be able to pretend to be “supreme”.