The Yoke of Supremacy

Your hate's getting everywhere

Your hate’s getting everywhere

Sometimes I don’t sufficiently acknowledge the elasticity of the liberal mind. Its capacity to maintain diametrically opposed positions while screaming both with purple-faced apoplexy. Truly it is an exotic landscape where logic finds no refuge.

Parents in one Virginia neighborhood were outraged on Sunday after their annual Easter egg hunt tradition was upset by white supremacists who had secretly hidden eggs with racist messages for the children to find.

West End parents Brandon and Jackie Smith told WRIC that they discovered the offensive eggs while having an Easter Egg hunt with their 3-year-old son on Sunday afternoon.

“My husband noticed the last Easter egg and I knew it wasn’t one that we put out,” Jackie Smith recalled. “We opened it and it’s got the white supremacist stuff in it.”

Other neighbors also found hate-filled eggs in their yard with messages that said “Diversity = White Genocide” and “Mass immigration and forced assimilation of non-whites into our lands is genocide.”

“We don’t want other kids around here who can read being like, ‘Hey mommy what’s the million man white march or what’s the genocide project?’ Most of us don’t want to explain genocide to our 6-year-olds,” Jackie Smith explained.

Brandon Smith said it was “disturbing” to think that his child could find racist messages so close to home.

“It’s something he may find and have questions about that not necessarily at his age,” he remarked. “I want to explain to him. That there are people in this world who don’t think everyone is equal.”

Police in Henrico have launched an investigation to see if anyone associated with the websites is responsible for planting the eggs.

“You can hit the whole world with the Internet, stay out of my yard,” Jackie Smith warned.

The Southern Poverty Law Center’s David Neiwert pointed out that the idea for putting racist messages in Easter eggs originated with White Man’s March founder Kyle Hunt, who insisted that he was not targeting children.

One must concede the discipline required to pen phrases such as “hate-filled eggs” without humor or irony. Further admiration to the police, who stand as sentinels eternally vigilant against the predations of colored plastic capsules.

I’d also like to point out the most recent comment on the linked article…

“Red” says: I proudly support white genocide. The comment is up voted.

A concise distillation of modern leftist reflection on race:
“I proudly support white genocide”

There are several trends and fault-lines coalescing within this American petri-dish into a sobering set of terminal possibilities. One consistent element is the capability of drones and their operators to seek racial eradication with conscience unclouded by a lifetime of anti-racism. It is a mind sanded smooth of principle’s jagged edge–and made accommodating to the task at hand.



5 thoughts on “The Yoke of Supremacy

  1. Congratulations to whoever laid the eggs. Wish we found some of those love-filled eggs on our Easter morning.

    “Brandon and Jackie Smith”. Firepower is on to something with his ridicule of “Brandons”. Is Brandon a popular anti-racist name over there; a signifier that one is born to administer God’s justice? The modern day angel Gabriel?

    • Brandon seems to have been a somewhat disproportionately Jewish name that was in fashion about 30-35 years ago.

  2. “Most of us don’t want to explain genocide to our 6-year-olds,” Jackie Smith explained.
    Of course not. If you explain it, the kids might decide they don’t want to experience it. You wouldn’t want that, now would you Jackie? You’d rather see your children beaten, harrassed, raped, and out-married to those diverse vibrancies, and thus fade from history.
    I want to explain to him. That there are people in this world who don’t think everyone is equal,” said Jackie’s wife.
    Isn’t this supposed to be the Self-Esteem Generation? How are you building the kid’s self-esteem, by telling him he is equal to (i.e. no better than) those mongrels in his class who can’t count to eleven without taking off their shoes?

  3. *sigh* If “Diversity = White Genocide” then “White Genocide = Diversity”, right? Therefore, if you support white genocide you support diversity, understand? He’s using their own logic against them . . . . .
    [*sigh* AG’s a bit slow, alas. Not quite following the exquisite verbal jiu jitsu. See, if you support white genocide then you must support diversity. And since diversity is the apogee of moral attainment, then white genocide must be good!]

    I don’t agree with the underlying sentiment in either case but I don’t think that was Peanutcat’s intended meaning. I think that he is merely saying that he supports diversity by way of simple word substitution independent of any long term consequences. If I had to hazard a guess I would have to say that it isn’t a question that he thought through and if he did his thought process would be something like if it happens, it happens.

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