“The White Man March” Protests Against Blacks Having The Same Rights As Whites
Beginning in 2008 with the presidential election of Barack Obama, they started coming out of hiding.
39-year-old Kyle Hunt of Massachusetts organized a “White Man March” for today, March 15, 2014 in New York City. Hunt graduated from Amherst College with a double major in psychology and theater and dance. He goes by “Kaiser Kyle” on YouTube and “Nyte Hulk” on Alternative Social, a pro-white answer to MySpace that he founded a few years back.
“We are planning to show that White people are organized and impassioned, that we know what the anti-white agenda is all about, and that we are dedicated to waking up as many of our folk as possible. We will make it clear that we will not sit idly by as our race is discriminated against, mocked, displaced, and violently attacked, all of which amount to white genocide, according to the United Nation’s own definition of genocide.
This is why one of our big messages, which will be displayed on many large banners, is “DIVERSITY” = WHITE GENOCIDE. These banners will spread the message to the public at large in the most effective way possible.”
Hunt suggested that marchers who are men wear light khakis and a dress shirt, and “Aryan” angels wear white.
Dave Schilling, who writes a weekly column on race issues, sought to interview Hunt, who refused an interview but did correspond with Schilling via email. Schilling said that Hunt answered his questions mostly by including links to White-pride websites as “evidence.”
Among his answers, Hunt says that he may be president of the United States in 2020 and that he currently supports some pro-White candidates in the American Freedom Party.
Hunt said that he is not a Klansman or Neo-Nazi. However, he believes that affirmative action is a discriminatory policy against White people; massive illegal immigration; and the anti-White media are all detrimental to Whites.
Hunt has stated that he I would like to see freedom of association restored, so that White people can choose to live in White communities and White countries. In his theory, this would mean that Whites would no longer be accused of “supremacy” beliefs since they would not be oppressing others wanting to live in the same communities and/or countries.
Using #WhiteManMarchProtestSigns, people on Twitter have created fake signs that mock the movement. Over the past 24 hours, tweets have been sent out using the hashtag.
I am unable to find reports on attendance for the march in New York which purportedly were also held in several U.S. cities. One photo from Arkansas showed two people holding a sign. The Plazz has reported that only “a handful” participated.
Why is affirmative action so misunderstood? Affirmative action only applies to businesses and schools that receive government funding or that do business with the government. Affirmative action does not require the hiring of unqualified applicants. Through institutional racism, numerous companies with government contracts have moved to areas in which practically no minority population exists. Other companies fulfill their affirmative action quotas by hiring White women. Yes, White women have been and are discriminated against in job opportunities.
Here’s another problem with Hunt’s ideology. People live where they want. His belief might be colored by what he observes in large urban areas but the truth is, there are cities throughout the United States that are 100 percent populated by Whites. There are large cities that while integrated, have areas dominated by one race or the other.
According to U.S. Census Bureau, the total population in America is 313,914,040, in which Whites are 73.9%, Blacks 12.6%, and Asian 5.0%. Our Native American Tribes constitute 0.8% of the population. So, how does Hunt support his theory of “White Genocide”?
“Diversity” is not a code word. It’s a reality that we live in a nation populated by individuals diverse in culture and not only race. Diversity also includes genders. People of the same race have diverse cultures going back to the land of their forefathers. Most Americans have no problem with this. We have French, Italian, Mexican, Hungarian, East Indian, Japanese, and Chinese restaurants among others. However, I’ve met people who have a problem with the phrase “soul food,” because that denotes Black culture, and not just Black culture but the history of how it came about. Those same people however, have no problem eating chop suey without letting the history of the meal stop them.
It’s time for double-standards to end.