By Kevin Glancy – 16th October 2018
The farce that took place in the Australian Senate yesterday summed up the reasons why no one should ever vote for either Labor, Liberal or the Greens or for any other Senator who agreed with their refusal to confirm that it’s okay to be white. I also include anyone of colour because you never know, you might be next.
When universities won’t allow studies in western civilisation because it’s deemed racist and schools are teaching our children to be ashamed of our white history, you know we have a problem. These days, being white is something to be ashamed of and a tool that’s used constantly to condemn those who are white including the annual call; that we should be ashamed of Australia Day and so on. Most of the time those doing the shaming are virtue signalling, white folk. Mainly those lefties who lean towards socialism.
The defeat of One Nation Senator, Pauline Hanson’s motion to support ‘it’s okay to be white’ proved how racist this country really is. The senator prefaced her motion by emphasising her perspective by saying in effect; that in Australia it’s okay to be any colour and to be proud of it. Hanson stressed that in her eyes, we are all equal but with all the white shame being passed around that it’s time for some affirmation for us ‘whities’. In the current white shaming and virtue signalling atmosphere it’s hardly an outrageous proposal on any level.
Had she called for a motion that ‘it’s okay to be black’, I’m quite sure the motion would have passed. Replacing the word ‘black’ with ‘white’ saw the motion defeated. A colour condemned. The Liberal (conservative) Senators who initially supported the motion quickly did a U turn and a snivelling second vote was called just so that they could vote ‘no’ this time and remove that support. It was all a terrible mistake the first time, we meant to vote ‘no’ they said. Cowards indeed.
In the absence of any sound reason to condemn Hanson for suggesting that it’s okay to be white typically, the old KKK and white supremacy comparisons were hauled out. It seems that because these groups used the phrase then you are racist by association with the words. I’m quite sure that these people used a lot of words we use every day, are we to ban the use of those as well?
Recently, Senator Fraser Anning happened to use the phrase, ‘the final solution’ in a speech. The context was completely swept aside and he was swiftly condemned as well. Idiots!
‘How are you today?’ Oops! Sorry, I shouldn’t have said that. Hitler used that phrase on most mornings to greet Eva when he was in a good mood.
How you align saying it’s okay to be white with it’s not okay to be some other colour is beyond me. But we do live in a country where it’s not what you say, it’s what the left wing racists choose to think you meant or whose side you’re on. Even if you clarify your words beforehand as Hanson did.
Apparently, it’s fine if your white just don’t tell anyone about your feelings on the matter. It’s now official our Parliament has decreed that if you do say it, you’re a racist.
‘Black lives matter’ is a good thing to say – ‘White lives matter’ – not good. Hang your head in shame! Our government has decreed; white lives don’t really matter and it’s certainly not okay to be white.
Now you know who the real racists are and it seems we elected them. Let’s not do that again.