“A teeny-tiny inclusive language thing I've tried to get better at this past year is avoiding Gregorian calendar-specific English day language. Like instead of "this Wednesday” I do an interpretative dance.
Because it might be that day for ME but not that day for everybody!”
- American Nazi Party founder Rockwell and his predecessors talked about this idea in the 60s.
- David Lane titled his manifesto “White Genocide” in the 80s.
- Brenton Tarrant called his murder manifesto “The Great Replacement” 2 years ago.
West Point Board guy is a Nazi.
The language used by @CNN here is dangerously euphemistic.
“White genocide / replacement theory” isn’t a new, Biden-era phenomenon. It’s been championed by Neo Nazis for over half a century.
There is zero contradiction in being both unapologetically pro-Palestine and wholly opposed to the spike in utterly reprehensible anti-Semitic attacks we’ve seen in recent days.
Some of y’all just love to project meaning that isn’t there.
I can’t reply directly, so I’ll do it here.
Sir, you don’t follow me, so I understand you’re not familiar with what I do on a regular basis— but you’re projecting an immense amount here that isn’t warranted, and I won’t be returning that sentiment in exchange. Have a good day.