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2. The story arc of the ethnic non-White civil rights movement began mid last century can, in 2017, be summarized thusly:
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3. See, you signed up for MLK's "content of character" speech. Because you believe in equality. Good! You're a good person! That was 1963.
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4. Now, you're shocked, because you swear by MLK. Suddenly & without warning, you find yourself in a world where being colorblind is racist.
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5. For years, you shrugged it off. "That's crazy!" you laughed. "Yoga's not racist! Milk's not racist! Haha, so silly. Good one guys."
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6. Weird things kept happening. But you're an engineer. Or a med student. It's not your fight. The right ppl will keep this thing in check.
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7. You didn't know any of those "right people." But they must be out there. Conservatives, maybe? Like, Bush supporters or something?
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8. To your private horror, it kept growing. "Guys?" you thought, looking around, "This thing is gonna self-correct soon, right?"
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9. Heads rolled. People fired left and right. Speech codes. Censorship. Hate speech, hate crimes, hate facts. Science shut down.
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10. You avoided true statements that offended the #DiversityIndustry. You avoided true statements that even implied other true statements.
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11. Where were all those evil Republicans in the 90s, 00s & 10s you kept hearing about that were supposedly racist but kinda fighting this?
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12. I have bad news for you. They never existed. The NeoCons sold you out and the libertarians folded like lawn chairs.
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13. There has been ZERO organized resistance to the SJW sentinels plundering your world under the pretexts of purging "racism" & "sexism."
14. What if I told you that the AltRight was that resistance? That we are neither racist nor sexist, but simply aware of human biodiversity?
15. When you see James Damore get fired for the #GoogleMemo, I imagine you are feeling a little like Alice, tumbling down the rabbit hole.
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16. Wake up. You're on the Nebuchadnezzar now. It's time to take the redpill. ***
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17. Welcome to the AltRight! Here's all you need: 1) Races are a little different. 2) Genders are a little different. 3) Love people anyway.
18. Now, turns out these easy peasy little truths have radical implications when you speak them out loud. We will shortly turn to why.
20. Next, try to internalize that small differences person-to-person are made VERY LARGE when an entire culture is made up of one main type.
21. So on a small scale, judge everyone individually. On a large scale, be aware the ethnic composition DE FACTO changes its culture.
22. This interplay between biology and culture has no friction for us on the AltRight. We recognize differences & support heritage for all.
23. The easy peasy truths play nice with liberals, conservatives & libertarians! Why? Because we value freedom, meritocracy, science & love.
24. It turns out there's just one group the easy peasy truths don't play nice with: SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS.
25. That is because SJWs will kill you if say aloud the inalienable truth that culture-wide disparities have biological roots, not racism.
26. They invented a word to kill us with, & you liberals with, & you conservatives with, & you libertarians with. That word is "racist."
27. See, in a multiracial society, the easy peasy truths tell us you would expect large average group differences, with or without racism.
28. But last century, a group realized you could take Marxism, substitute race for class, and scapegoat White people for any differences.
29. This is the story of the #DiversityIndustry. It was installed to be the nationwide police department of the crime of racism.
30. No racism? No #DiversityIndustry. Racism is the money supply that supports this vast, hulking political & financial network.
31. In the 1960s, with MLK, racism meant "prejudging a person by the color of his skin." That was profitable for a while. Industry grew.
32. More people got industry jobs. Politicians won huge voting blocs by promising more money & favors to the 1960s' many ethnic lobbyists.
33. Now, there's a huge #DiversityIndustry with a limited supply of racism to fund it. So more and more things became defined as racist.
34. Examine yonder supply/demand curve. What happens when racism supply goes down? Demand for it goes up, and price of racism skyrockets.
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35. This enormous racism supply squeeze explains the mob-like rush to be first to call out racism: it's competition over a scarce resource.
36. Next, the #HateHoax. Supply of hanging nooses & poop swastikas is infintissimal. So demand, competition & reward for them go up.
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37. The idea of #WhitePrivilege - racial prejudgment of Whites - is the #DiversityIndustry securing a permanent, long-term racism supply.
38. Walk into an intersectional Afrofeminism space now & quote MLK. You will get laughed out then thrown out of the room. Get it yet?
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39. Because under MLK rules, The ๐Ÿ‘ Whole ๐Ÿ‘ Diversity ๐Ÿ‘ Industry ๐Ÿ‘ Gets ๐Ÿ‘ Defunded.
40. You know how you lose your job if you get called a racist? Well that's what happens to them if they DON'T call you a racist.
41. Say it with me now: Their job depends on you being racist. Their job depends on you being racist. Their job depends on you being racist.
42. So the racket is now a hulking, bloated network with a hollow core (MLK) that must seek energy from ever more remote nodes (Privilege).
43. This is a classic Ponzi scheme: ever-accelerating need for supply, to satisfy internal demand, to keep its center from collapse.
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