September 1, 2016
Heidi Beirich is now claiming that “preserving the White race” is hatred.
The Jews aren’t even really attempting to hold their own narrative together anymore.
Blacks make a group called “Black Lives Matter” and it’s hailed as the new greatest and most important thing in history, they’re going to the White House, the UN, the whole deal.
White make their own version of the same organization and they’re declared a “hate group.”
They have totally lost all perspective, these Jews. They don’t understand how the average person views something like this.
A white nationalist group called White Lives Matter, which calls itself an opponent of the Black Lives Matter movement, has been declared a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization that tracks extremist groups in the United States.
“The White Lives Matter website says their movement is dedicated to the preservation of the white race. That tells you all you need to know,” said Heidi Beirich, the director of the Intelligence Project at the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala. “They’re against integration, immigration. This is standard white supremacist stuff.”
It’s just too absurd.
They are openly saying “preservation of the White race” is an act of hate.
Even the most cucked liberals are going to pause for a minute at a statement like that. But they just don’t understand. They’ve pushed so hard for so long, and people have accepted it, so they’re incapable of understanding that they’re passed the point where people are willing to keep accepting it. Because they were so focused on the non-stop push itself.
It’s a Loony Toons “ran off a cliff and don’t know it yet” type situation we’ve got going on here with these kikes.
What’s more, as a representative of trollism, I’m taking credit for this on behalf of all Nazi trolls.
We tricked them into it.
We poked and prodded. Got them to keep upping the ante in a state of deranged paranoid frenzy. Accusing everyone everywhere of being driven by hatred.
Beirich even admits we did it.
The group, which grew out of a social media meme, argues that white Americans are victims of a genocide caused by factors like the immigration of nonwhite people and marriage between white Christians and nonwhites or Jews, Ms. Beirich said. The law center’s designation is meant to draw attention to and increase scrutiny of the group’s activities.
Last week, its members held a protest outside the Houston office of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to demand that it denounce Black Lives Matter, according to video posted online by the group. The Houston Chronicle reported that some of the protesters carried assault rifles and Confederate flags.
It was awesome.
Researchers with the law center said White Lives Matter had been promoted by the Aryan Renaissance Society, a group in Texas that is a member of the United Aryan Front, a white nationalist coalition.
Ms. Beirich said the center’s designation focused on one chapter of the group based in Nashville that is led by Rebecca Barnette, a leader of the Aryan Strikeforce, a skinhead group, and the National Socialist Movement, America’s largest neo-Nazi group.
Ms. Barnette did not respond to an email seeking comment on Monday, but White Lives Matter posted several videos criticizing the Southern Poverty Law Center to its YouTube channel in the past two days. One video described White Lives Matter’s members as “just the guy next door.”
Ms. Beirich said the number of white supremacist groups in the United States had grown in the past year and attributed that to the racially charged rhetoric of the presidential campaign. There are 892 active hate groups in the country, the law center said.
“Certainly we’ve got people who are much more energized in a way that didn’t exist before, and that’s all because of the presidential campaign,” Ms. Beirich said before specifying Donald J. Trump, the Republican nominee “Trump has given these people hope they didn’t have before that they could influence politics or that they would at least be listened to.”
Ms. Barnette described herself as White Lives Matter’s co-founder in her profile on Vk.com, a Russian social networking site preferred by white nationalists for its lenient approach to posts that contain racist content. She said the group’s name had “been picked up by several other groups who are doing their own things with it.”
Mark Pitcavage, a researcher at the Anti-Defamation League, agreed that the phrase had spread beyond the group.
“White Lives Matter is a concept around which you can organize an event without necessarily being a formal organization,” he said. “It is essentially the sum of the number of people who have done actions in the name of White Lives Matter.”
“For white supremacists, ‘White Lives Matter’ is an obvious meme, so they will use it,” he said.
All of our memes are obvious, you sloppy kike.
Mark Pitcavage has been tracking this writer for years. Last week I caught him in my shed masturbating. Had to chance the fat bastard off with a broom.
Looking at Beirich and Pitcavage you understand why they’re so eager to have brown people take over America – they’re looking forward to the cannibalism.
Here’s his Twitter.
Heidi doesn’t have one. Apparently she only speaks using platforms where the people have no ability to respond and confront her. Such as NYT interviews.