You can’t spell conspiracist without…

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My recent article on “white genocide” brought some interesting individuals out of the woodwork.
At this point, it appears that “white genocide” is basically a way of spinning standard white supremacist, anti-immigration, ‘anti-miscegenation’ conspiracist themes into a victim narrative. Using the incredibly emotive term ‘genocide’ implies that we, the poor helpless white majority, are facing an existential threat.

Never mind that the ‘white race’ concept is devoid of historical, genealogical, anthropological, biological, or philosophical integrity.

Never mind that claims of ‘genocide’ appear to boil down, in practice, to interracial marriage.

That’s right, the crux of the ‘problem’ is not really migration, because migration alone cannot eliminate the base population. No, the real threat is that migration will lead to white people marrying non-white people and – brace yourselves – reproducing!

In other words, this newly identified conspiracy of ‘white genocide’ hinges on mixed-ethnicity couples having children, as well as ‘white’ couples failing to have enough good wholesome white children. It’s not a problem in other multi-ethnic nations such as Malaysia and Singapore where the different ethnic groups tend not to intermarry. It’s only a problem in nations where white people have somehow lost their overriding loyalty to the glorious white race, and now face the impossibly exaggerated threat of total extinction.

Using terms like ‘genocide’ and ‘extinction’ allow people with white-supremacist sympathies to pretend they are acting out of humanitarian or conservationist impulses.  It’s white-supremacy in 21st century garb.