This is a guest post from a friend who wishes to remain anonymous. But it chimes with something I’ve been thinking about. Leftists increasingly deny us access to not only the means of earning a living but even the basic facilities required to lead a semi-normal life. What would the logical end point of this be if the trend was reached full fruition? Clearly, the people they call “Racists” – either a majority or a very large minority of the population – would be unable to support themselves. There could then be only two outcomes:
The racist half of the population will have to be supported by the non-racist half of the population. The leftists will effectively become our serfs. They will go out to work and earn money for us, which will be recycled to fund “fashos” through the welfare system. They work in the fields all day; we get to stay home, read Mein Kampf and listen to Fash the Nation. Or:
They will let us starve to death, a mass extermination that would surpass even the crimes of Stalin.
At least we would perish visibly and for the record. In the modern age, however, books can be made to perish invisibly by just deleting them from a database. This amounts to a kind of digital book burning.
Emotional-rights advocacy groups are aggressively petitioning Amazon to cease selling merchandise which is even nominally pro-white.
On March 21, 2011, the Southern Poverty Law Center published an article in which they whined about how Amazon sells Kyle Bristow’s White Apocalypse, James Edwards’ Racism Schmacism, David Duke’s My Awakening: A Path to Racial Understanding, as well as novels by Harold Covington.
In July of 2018, Partnership for Working Families and the Action Center on Race and the Economy published a report entitled “Delivering Hate: How Amazon’s Platforms Are Used to Spread White Supremacy, Anti-Semitism, and Islamophobia.” The report notes that it is indebted to http://www.bloodmoney.org, which pressures credit card processors, PayPal, and Amazon to refuse to permit their services to be used by politically right-of-center organizations.