Lately there has been much discussion about discrimination
in the news. To hear some people tell it, there exists some mass hate
movement against homosexuals, which conspires in the highest levels of
business and government to oppress them. To make matters worse, the
nation is still reeling from race riots in Ferguson over the Michael
Brown shooting, and demonstrators have been trespassing on private property to disrupt the dining experiences of ordinary people to shout “Black Lives Matter”. Worse still, evidence of discrimination in society is made no clearer, according to our elite media, than by the Ellen Pao sex discrimination case in Silicon Valley.
Indeed, to see this narrative unfold, it would seem that white
heterosexual males, are discriminating against all non-white,
non-hetero, non-males in the society. This however does not make a sound
strategy for hating minorities. In fact, it seems to have backfired
quite tragically, turning white heterosexual males into the most hated
minority in the world. Should those WHM’s find themselves in possession
of much money, or hold some particular religious belief, they might want
to stay indoors as to avoid tar, feathers, pitchforks, and torches.
If you really want to hate minorities, you have to start off by being
the majority. You can’t take principled stances that might be
unpopular. You actually need to build broad coalitions of people to join
you in your hate. Without a coalition, you can’t even find a minority
to direct your hate against.
Indeed, if we want to hate minorities, we should take our direction
not from the right, but from the left. They have mastered the art not
only of hating minorities, but of creating minorities to hate.
created a masterful narrative by which the entire female gender, which
makes up about half of the population and cannot be counted as a
minority at all, is being discriminated against.
Then they gave us the
additional narrative that blacks, gays, transgendered people, and all
sorts of other groups are being persecuted in the exact same narrative.
The most fantastic part of this strategy is that they’ve done so without
any meaningful evidence whatsoever, a truly outstanding accomplishment
that no hate movement has been able to accomplish on this scale since
World War II.
Building these broad coalitions to isolate those
minorities additionally helps with the ultimate goal of any hate
movement, to take over a government and oppress the target of their
hate. Those “anti-gay” Christians might refuse to serve pizza at a gay
wedding, but that’s small potatoes for a real hate movement. The way you
really hate minorities is by taking over the government and
conscripting them into service of their oppressors. To make it extra
diabolical, instead of calling this slavery, you call it
You certainly wouldn’t want to call yourselves “libertarians” or
“Republicans”. Both of these concepts are supposed to protect the rights
of individuals over the majority. To maximize the impact of your hate
movement, you should really be “Democrats”. Democracy violently
oppresses minorities by its very definition. What could be more hateful
of minorities than “majority rule”?
You want to make sure the government has absolute power. If people
are free to make other choices, like how, where, and when to buy health
insurance for example, then the market might find niches to serve this
hated minority. Again, one business owner might be able to tell a gay
couple they won’t provide services to them, but that leaves that couple
free to buy services elsewhere. If you really want to build a truly
effective hate movement, you need the government to first monopolize
entire sections of the economy, so that your discrimination leaves them
with no alternatives in the market. You should ultimately seek to
control everything, but you would probably start off with essential
markets like water, land, labor, energy, transportation, health care,
and communications. Once the government completely dominates those
industries, depriving them of food, weapons, technology, and other
essentials really becomes quite simple.
Finally, you really want to make certain to get some of that hated
minority to join your cause. Take the huge success in Indiana recently,
where governor Mike Pence has gone from promoting a “religious freedom”
act, to demanding the exact opposite and embracing the aforementioned
“anti-discrimination” conscription edicts. Pence, a white, heterosexual,
Christian male with political power, is really the crown jewel of any
hate movement. Expressing your hate and getting others to hate the same
people as you is rewarding no doubt, but getting that hated minority to
hate themselves, and to act against their own best interests, getting
them to oppress one another, that’s the real goal of any successful hate