"White Supremacy" - the "Devil Term" Invented to Dispossess Americans

Article author: 
F. Roger Devlin
Article publisher: 
Unz Review
Article date: 
17 August 2019
Article category: 
Our American Future
Article Body: 
Founding stock Americans are now perilously close to becoming a powerless minority ruled over by aliens who cherish a carefully cultivated resentment—not to say hatred—towards us. If nothing is done to change the trajectory in which our society is moving, it is hard to see how our children can avoid outright physical persecution.
The hostile elites who rule over us, of course, paint a different picture. Even as they triumphantly celebrate America’s growing racial diversity, they are incredulous any whites could imagine their group is being replaced: that is a “conspiracy theory,” perhaps a symptom of mental illness. Nonwhites are, indeed, growing in numbers and power, but somehow, simultaneously, whites are not losing out in any way. Indeed, we enjoy enormous unearned privilege....
Much of this involves what the great rhetorical scholar Richard Weaver called “god terms” and “devil terms.” God terms include freedom, justice, and—in our own age—democracy and equality....
Devil terms can be even more manipulative and dishonest than god terms. Obvious contemporary examples include “racist,” “white supremacist,” “fascist,” and “neo-Nazi.” Past ages had different devil terms—”heretic,” “atheist,” “communist,” etc. The specific words change, but they always combine intensely negative connotations with extreme vagueness of denotation, i.e., they denounce a presumed referent without serving to make clear exactly who it is.
Devil terms are an aspect of demonology, an aspect of any religion or ideology. It provides a way of accounting for the failure of an ideal to be realized....
Racists and white supremacists populate the demonology of contemporary multiculturalism. They are the heirs of last century’s kulaks just as Cultural Marxism is the heir of Marxism-Leninism. In the eyes of today’s true believers, only white supremacists prevent the emergence of a happy society in which various ethnic identity groups live side by side in mutual esteem, free of conflict....
The enemy may accuse us of supremacism because they would dearly like to have supremacy—i.e., unchecked power—over us.
And this is something which must concern not merely white advocates, but the entire Historic American Nation.
The Left’s Message: We Will Replace You, by Robert Hampton, American Renaissance, August 20, 2019:
Contempt for whites is mainstream. Cable news pundits, influential Democrats, and newspaper columnists happily promote white replacement.
Last week, black AboveTheLaw editor and frequent MSNBC guest Elie Mystal called for the subjugation of white Donald Trump supporters. “You don’t communicate to them, you beat them,” he said on AM Joy. “You beat them. They are not a majority of this country—the majority of white people in this country are not a majority of the country. . . . You do not negotiate with these people, you destroy them.”
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper recently looked forward to whites becoming a minority: “The idea that, you know, whites will not be the majority, I mean, that’s—it’s an exciting transformation of the country, it’s an exciting evolution and you know, progress of our country in many different ways.”...
Progressive journalists often claim that the “Great Replacement” is a “conspiracy theory.” It’s a conspiracy theory if you don’t want to be replaced; if you think we [whites] should be replaced, you can recognize and even praise it.
Contempt for us will not decline as our numbers decline. It will get worse. We are the devil figures the Left needs to keep its uneasy coalition together.
The elites don’t even hide it: They want to replace us.