White Power and Their Stakeholders

I could be mistaken, but I was under the assumption that there is no real difference between black or white. In school, during art class, I was taught that black was devoid of color, whereas white was all of the colors combined. In physics, from what I understand, black and white are considered colorless and have no color. So where do we come from between black and white? Do we all share the same genetics in some form, no matter how small or miniscule the sample may be? Was there a time, when we all were the same color, or like in light are we all devoid of color? Black and white, everything else is merely a mixture of the two. What about vitiligo, were we initially black first or white first? The only real difference that stands out to me is the hair, and even then, gingers get most of the hate in that arena.

The idea that skin color predetermines outcome or discrimination is only as true as the individual allows it. Do you enter the room and declare your color, ethnicity, religion, sexual preference first, then expect everyone else to accept you, based on your idea of inclusiveness? Too often, it seems that people will in detail describe their most intimate identifiers, rather than actually begin with why they would be a good fit. Merit is missing from their elevator pitch, it has been replaced with victimhood, real or not. Do we say we want respect, when in fact in our hearts we desire pity?

Who profits from white power? If white power was ever eradicated, I would think that many social justice warriors would find themselves suddenly unemployed. Without white power, who would still need representation? It seems that those who constantly advertise the dangers of white power, only profit from the fear they inject. The more that blame white only offer free advertisement and representation for those whom they say they are fighting against. Supply and demand?

There are people who do pre-judge, everyone, everywhere, not just on skin color, but mannerisms as well, I am guilty of this, yet somehow the world keeps on turning. I myself have been pre-judged, and I’m sure this is how people simply assess. A survival tool, possibly. To demand that anyone accept me, before I prove my worth, it feel is just as shallow? Actions, not words. Merit and merit alone.

 

 

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54 thoughts on “White Power and Their Stakeholders

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Thank you so much for taking the time to read and comment. Damn straight girl, merit, it goes a lot longer than anything else.

  1. Quite good points. Personally, I believe that Adam and Eve were “middle tone”. There are examples aplenty of middle tone couples having both black and white children. If this was Adam and Eve’s skin colour, that would explain the variances between tones. (Which means we ALL HAVE THE SAME COLOUR – just different tones of it, depending on how much melanin we have.)

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      To say that black and white are different, in my mind would suggest that we are two entirely different species. Which is completely false.

      1. Yes, evolutionists originally argued that blacks were “less evolved” and “closer to monkeys” than whites. In fact, one of Darwin’s close friends attacked the Bible for its anti-racism!

        1. Well the way I see it there are bigger differences to think about than skin colour. What next? Hair colour? Eye colour?! There IS only one race. It’s what’s in people’s hearts and minds that makes them different, not pigment.

  2. cannonball666

    So where do lynch mobs, state sponsored bigotry (Jim crow laws) and institutionalized racism (segregation enforced at the federal level) fit into this idea? Are we glossing over them? Are we blaming SJW’s? I think that if white power did go away, SJW’s would find something else to rail about. Good on you for utilizing the merit system in your day to day life which I try my best to do as well. The thing about the merit system is, until everyone starts using it, there will be people keeping others from being successful or even harming others due to racial/religious/cultural bigotry. I feel like at a minimum you are glossing over 100s of years of racial strife and placing blame in a bullet point format. At a maximum you are recommending the merit system as a means of combating racism, again a bullet point solution to a complex and nuanced problem. Also; gingers have it tough to be sure, but in the pantheon of biases based on physical attributes, I’m sure I can think of a few other others groups who have had it at least a little worse. Also, as a point of interest, white is the absence of color and black is all of them mixed together.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      That’s exactly what I’m talking about. Way to promote more violence and victimhood. Judging yesterday based on the standards of today. It seems that you may be too eager to focus on others, rather than yourself.

    2. bottomlesscoffee007

      State sponsored racism like quotas, affirmative action, etc. etc. etc. nothing has changed. It’s only different words and phrases.

  3. Anonymous

    I would gladly debate you on all of your counterpoints, as you seem to be parroting Fox news at best. History of discrimination=promoting victimhood. State sponsored racism=EO. Lynch mobs= Antifa. I wonder if you are seeking an honest conversation, or if you are seeking to create a new and very similar echo chamber. Either way I enjoy reading your articles and hope you place some original thought into your response.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Hahahahaha, and the shit talking begins. I can tell that your judgment is already clouded. Sure, we can talk. I look forward to it. But if you’re gonna regurgitate the talking points of the left or the right. I think you might want to open your eyes a little wider. There’s more going on, than what is palatable.

    2. bottomlesscoffee007

      Thank you for taking the time to read and comment. I would enjoy hearing your counter and insight into this more.

  4. cannonball666

    How a m i promoting violence or victimhood? Please explain. Also, please site specific
    instances where ANTIFA has killed anyone and been supported at the local or state level.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Charlottesville is the first one that comes to mind that openly supported antifa. As well as instructing their law enforcement to stay away. The entire city leadership of Charlottesville, was under the assumption that antifa would handily dispose of the white power fools. But hey, when you show up to a fight, people get hurt on both sides.

      With your rhetoric, it would seem that you’ve already chosen a side and your heels are dug in. You need to see the entire picture to understand that the idea of state sponsored discrimination is the same as it was and as it has always been. Just because they tell you that the sides have changes over time, doesn’t mean they actually ever did.

      Why are there different standards between the sexes, between races? Why, because in their mind no one is as great or powerful as the white man. So they provide aid (legislation) in an attempt to level the field. Since in their mind, we all are not equal. How about that paradigm!

      If our merit was viewed over everything else then and only then would the best rise to the top. Instead, we are told about white supremacy as a fear tactic. What about black supremacy or gay supremacy or “the year of the woman”? All of this is hogwash in an attempt to trick all of us into thinking that we must bolster these “poor and underrepresented” people, since they are incapable of doing it themselves.

      I don’t see the problem with discrimination. I’ve been discriminated in the past and I’m sure it will continue to happen the rest of my life. We all have the right to discriminate, why are we afraid to admit that?

      It’s always easier to look at someone else and declare them the “bad guy”, than it is to accept, that you will never be truly accepted by all. If we can’t accept everyone else, then how can we ourselves demand acceptance? Acceptance like hate goes both ways, no matter how you feel about it.

    2. bottomlesscoffee007

      What are the specific instances where any state or local government has sponsored killings? Was it the Indians, the blacks, or any other people? If this actually took place, I would be interested to hear about it. I am skeptical though, since today’s history is fraught with revisionist propaganda. Like the KKK, antifa is simply the latest militant arm of the left. Tactics like doxing are the new burning cross. Whenever violence is encouraged in an effort to silence the other side, I wonder, what are they so afraid of.

    3. bottomlesscoffee007

      I wasn’t trying to say that you were actually promoting violence or victim hood. I was pointing out that is the tactic used to promote violence and victimhood. I’ll admit, I should’ve been clearer in my response.

      It’s all about winning at whatever cost.

      All of these people that talk about the dangers of white power, don’t actually do anything about it. They just get people riled up. Like the church and homosexuality.

      You gotta let people choose and decide for themselves. I think I heard Bill Maher say the other day “sunlight is the best disinfectant”. Let people be who they are, I would rather know who is to my left and right, rather than forced niceness.

      If people want to be part of the white power nonsense, let em. If people want to fight against them, let em. But we cannot constantly fight over who is right and who is wrong. We all have our own lives to live.

      The idea of white power is just another political tool. Sure there are groups out there, but there are also groups on the other side that are just as maniacal, but they don’t get the camera time, since it may distract from what we are led to believe.

      The crimes that happen aren’t due to any one side exclusively. It’s a hard truth, but human nature has never been legislated out of existence.

    4. bottomlesscoffee007

      Thank you for taking the time to read and comment. I would enjoy hearing your counter and insight into this more.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Prejudice exists, we all do it in one form or another and we all experience it in one form or another. White power also exists, but it is not exclusive, there are other groups that think that they are indeed superior. White power receives the most attention though, even though it is not the only player in the scenario. It is a way to distract rather than an actual battle for right vs wrong. If honesty were actually applied, it would be apparent that white power is not the lone insurgent when deciding who is and who is not oppressed or who is right and who is wrong. I’m not advocating for white power, rather I am trying to point out the flaw to suggest that these hate groups espouse.

      If the civil war was truly about abolishing slavery then why would it be almost 100 years later that blacks had the same freedoms as the rest of America? If all of the slaves were suddenly freed, but without rights, what was the point then?

      The idea of white power only continues to not only promote a victimhood mentality, but it still places the white man above everyone else. That in itself only lowers the standards for everyone else who is not a white man, thereby selling the idea that if you’re not a white male, you cannot succeed or achieve of your own volition.

      The various forms of education and legislation that reinforce the platform of white vs. black, do nothing but assign guilt based solely on the color of a person’s skin, their sexual preference or the genitalia between their thighs. We are constantly told how x is just as good as y, yet it’s forced upon us, if we flex against that, we are then referred to as hate.

      The conversation concerning Williams and McEnroe of who is the all time best tennis player reminds me of this. It’s not good enough to be the best women’s tennis player in the world, since in their mind, that merely means second place, thereby they acknowledge to themselves that men are superior to women.

      I do not believe in superiority, I think that everyone is equal, even though we all bring something different to the table. If we all must compete to the same standards, then why would “assistance” ever be required?

      1. You stated — “Prejudice exists”

        My response — I’m not fully convinced but I do believe evil exists. Take the one video where the white guy with the gun is treated differently than the black guy with the gun. The first assumption would be prejudice but what if that first cop on scene just wanted to have a reason to kill someone. What if he just wanted to harm or humiliate someone, how would we know the difference?

        You stated — “White power also exists”

        My response — I’m not fully convinced. There are more whites in powerful positions in countries that are mostly white but two things occur to me. (1) Whites are not the majority of the world, (2) Most white people are not in powerful positions.

        The second is the one that sticks with me. Most white people are followers not in power, in fact most people in general are followers. Power is only really held by a handful of people in this world. The power they hold doesn’t seem to do anything worthwhile (like prevent death).

        Given the nuance of our discussion we may actually be thinking the same thing (hard to say).

        You stated — “It is a way to distract rather than an actual battle for right vs wrong.”

        My response — Right and wrong are also confusing to me. I’m not 100% convinced that I understand the difference. I do understand evil acts against people but I don’t know for sure if people are acting on what is right or what is wrong, they seem relative.

        You stated — “If the civil war was truly about abolishing slavery then why would it be almost 100 years later that blacks had the same freedoms as the rest of America?”

        My response — We could most likely say the same thing for all wars. If we were trying to stop the Nazis then why are they marching in Germany today? War also seems more like a distraction from the truth, but what truth?

        You stated — “victimhood mentality”

        My response — Mental states seem to be a byproduct of being human. People have them for all kinds of reasons. I don’t think I want to get bogged down in that.

        You stated — “I do not believe in superiority, I think that everyone is equal”

        My response — Nothing is ever equal and that’s the problem to much focus on equality which has no value to society. To much focus on superiority which equally has no value to society. The world doesn’t care who is superior, it cares about food, shelter, health care and entertainment.

        We are reaching the limit of this way of thinking. It’s time to upgrade.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Hahahah, upgrade, do you mean progress? Sure I’m sure we see eye to eye more than we think, how does that play into the larger picture I guess would be the follow up question to that?

          What I was trying to do (a poor attempt at best) was ask and define who or what are the hate groups that exist? I think the answer lies with what you define yourself as and why (not just you, but everyone). And the more we follow this rabbit down the hole, how much will we encounter that points to us (not me and you, but the ideology we commit ourselves too) as the “bad guys”.

          It just seems too convenient and easy to simply look at a person and decide who they are to us (again, not just you or I, but society as a whole).

          The problem in my mind ultimately lies in the idea that we all must be on the same side if we are to survive. Society and the working towards any society, ultimately means that many must be ended, since they will not allow our society (not mine or yours, just speaking in general terms) to succeed.

          It seems that rather than focus on myself, I am too eager and ready to point at others as the trespassers. When I may be trespassing against them, without realizing it, since in my simple mind, I am right and they are wrong.

          I hope this helps.

          1. Upgrade as in AI. We may need some assistance to get to the next phase. We may be to childish to rise above our issues. We may need to merge with something a bit more logical like machines.

              1. We can’t trust anything but at the same time we already know trusting each other has failed.

                It’s time to try something new. Once the machines get up to full speed they will mover forward without our control and bias. After that all I can say is good luck. The singularity is near but what it is and how it will perform is unknown. Could be the best thing ever or O.o.

                https://realitydecoded.blog/2018/04/10/change-is-a-universal-constant-if-you-dont-keep-up-with-change-you-will-be-left-behind/

                1. bottomlesscoffee007

                  I don’t know. What is the point of existence if machines tell us what and what not to do. I don’t think we will ever be ruled by any machine truly. There is always a puppet master, like the Wizard of Oz.

                  1. We are always told what to do or not to do the difference with machines is the absence of human bias.

                    Think of it this way: We replaced nurses in hospitals with robots and death rates started dropping. We replaced Pharmacist with robots and death rates started dropping. Everywhere we place AI or robots humans live longer and suffer less.

                    We are about to replace drivers with robots and the expectation is a near 50% or better reduction in death rates.

                    There are things we as humans need to admit we don’t do well, like government, industry, healthcare (for starters).

                    1. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Then what’s the point of existence if the aim is to wipe out all suffering. Suffering enables appreciation.

                    2. Don’t get me wrong, for those who want to suffer voluntarily they will by all means have that option.

                      We are talking about the end of suffering for those who didn’t ask for it and don’t want it.

                      For those who learn from the suffering of others they will then get direct training (bypass the middle man).

                    3. We can agree to disagree, nothing wrong with that and whether we do or not won’t stop what’s coming. The future is so close that you can order your AI powered VR today and enjoy all kinds of virtual worlds.

                    4. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Perhaps we are and always have been perfect in our creation. But perfection is unattainable in our eyes and in our hearts, since already despise one another. Jealousy and apprehension, there is always a better machine out there but what if we are destin to perfection as long as we can acknowledge our own disparity, indulgence and sin?

                    5. Perfection is relative. The perfection of Stephen King is far from the perfection of Gandhi. In a machine merged world everyone works and everyone has their own access to a perfect world. When you are not working to support society (under machine control) like a job — then you are most likely in your own VR (virtual reality) like watching TV.

                      Perfection is a virus within the mental state of mankind and leads to suffering. Hitler sought perfection. We don’t need perfection, we just need some peace and the chance to enjoy life without worrying about defective humans enslaving the rest of us or going on shooting sprees.

                      We need to hand over security to something that can mange it better than we can. We do not know how.

                    6. bottomlesscoffee007

                      So what is the baseline in your opinion to achieve this? What if someone else disagrees?

                    7. You stated — “So what is the baseline in your opinion to achieve this?”

                      My response — Competition. It has already started and companies all over the world are competing with each other to make a better version. It’s inevitable at this point. Ask your Alexa or Siri or your smart TV or your google voice. All of which are AI and all of which out number the human race.

                      You asked — “What if someone else disagrees?”

                      My answer — I have seen many the deer who disagree with the truck but it never seemed to matter to the truck.

                    8. bottomlesscoffee007

                      Ah, so conform or get left behind. I know many myself that would happily run to the hills to escape all of this, myself included. What happens with those people? Will they also be served or will they be cut from the herd? What day will we have in all of this, if it does come to fruition? It seems that more and more distrust not only the technology, but also the engineers who developed and built it. Sure, convenience always comes at a price, I’m just not too sure that everyone will be willing to pay that price.

                    9. There isn’t going to be a day when it comes only a day when it reaches a peak.

                      You are already in it. It’s fueled by consumerism. If you want to find a source or enemy then you may want to think Walmart or Amazon in relation to Christmas and birthdays.

                      If you want to head to the hills for protection they OK, we will guide you there with GPS and fly supplies in with drones to keep you comfortable. You can call us when you get there though the new cell towers on each mountain.

                      This isn’t something you escape because you are using it right now to talk to me. You use the google AI right now as needed.

                      You are a part of it.

          2. With exception of the upgrade I agree with your assessment of our human condition and how we (mankind) perceive each other. For the most part we see eye to eye or at least are having similar thoughts and conclusions.

  5. the word n****r does not apply to someone’s skin color. It is directly related to their education and worth to society. Not everyone knows the definition, but we all have known several.

    1. I disagree, word meanings are relative to the individual saying it and the person hearing it. Given upbringing, perception, abuse, education and indoctrination— a word like that one is at best a wild card that could lead to death in the worst case scenario.

      1. bottomlesscoffee007

        Sure, the sender and the recipient hear things differently. However, what is the defined threshold that must be crossed to justify physical violence.

        1. Again it’s relative, if you are alone with 5 huge men (all best friends) drinking and you decide to say something derogative about their daughters then they most likely will beat you unconscious.

          Same men in a court room and you say the exact same statement and most likely nothing will happen.

          It doesn’t matter what you say it matters where you say it and who you say it to. Many men have died saying the wrong thing before they go to sleep.

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