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The N-word.

PostThu Jan 01, 2015 9:48 pm

I was recently thinking about how there are no really good racial epithets for white people. The best the non-whites seemed to come with is Honky, Cracker, Redneck, or White trash. None of these terms invoked any anger in me and i thought they were lame attempts to get back at us for using the the six letter N word that blacks go into a rage over if you call them it. But there is a word that I have overlooked that is probably just as damaging psychologically to white people as the six letter N-word is to blacks. It also happens to be an N-word, but this word is four letters and is Nazi.

The term Nazi should be viewed as a racial epithet against White people, particularly Germans. Calling someone a Nazi is like calling a black person a N***er. The term Nazi is supposed to invoke in whites a feeling of lack of pride, lack of morality and barbarian mentality. This is all based on the World War 2 lies about how evil the Nazis were. I think if we are going to allow the blacks and Jews to bully us into not calling them N***ers or K**es, then by the same token they should stop calling white people Nazis. I don't care what a person's politics are, the term Nazi is designed to discredit anyone no matter what their true beliefs are. It's a derogatory term used to denigrate white people, and make them feel ashamed about who they are.

I think we should demand that the term Nazi be categorized as a racial epithet against white people, and any use of it by non-whites in reference to whites, no matter what the white person's politics are, should be discouraged just the same way the n-word for blacks has been discouraged. The same goes for the term Neo-Nazi and Fascist.

If white people are to have equal rights then we should not be subject to these name calling epithets. I am not a fan of the Mantra strategy such as Racist is a code word for anti-white, but I think Nazi is also a code word for anti-white, and especially a code word for anti-German. All Germans get hassled by these Nazi accusations. I think we should protest the use of the word Nazi or neo-nazi in categorizing whites who may be politically incorrect. Nazi represents National Socialist Germany in the 1930's and 1940's, and the term Fascist represents Mussolini's government in early 20th century. Any use of these terms, Nazi, or Fascists to describe white people today are completely out of context and is a racial slur in my opinion, which I find offensive.

The Jewish media is quite liberal with the use of the term Nazi to ostracize white people who they consider politically incorrect. This is most evident in the recent SPLC article about Will Williams,"Triumph of the Will: Will Williams and the National Alliance." The word Nazi was used 13 times in the article, and twice in the comments. Will Williams, Kevin Strom and the National Alliance are not Nazis. Nazis were National Socialists in Germany during WW2 so it is uncalled for to call anyone today a Nazi, unless they proclaim that they are neo-Nazi's.
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Re: The N-word.

PostThu Jan 22, 2015 1:41 pm

WP: "If white people are to have equal rights..."

I understand what Pierce was saying here, but as for myself I am not seeking (or fighting) to have "equal rights" with non-whites. I am fighting for non-whites to have ZERO rights. I would be hypocritical if I said otherwise.
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Re: The N-word.

PostThu Jan 22, 2015 3:02 pm

DanielOlj79 wrote:...If white people are to have equal rights...

AWN is right that we do not want equal rights with non-Whites. No-Whites will not have the rights of White citizens in our world as we envision it, except as guests who follow our laws for guests from other nations.

[T]he recent SPLC article about Will Williams,"Triumph of the Will: Will Williams and the National Alliance." The word Nazi was used 13 times in the article, and twice in the comments. Will Williams, Kevin Strom and the National Alliance are not Nazis. Nazis were National Socialists in Germany during WW2 so it is uncalled for to call anyone today a Nazi, unless they proclaim that they are neo-Nazi's.

Wow! 13 times, eh? I was born after the National-Socialists were vanquished by the Democrat-Bolshevik coalition so can't hardly be a "Nazi." We address the question of the use of the terms Nazi and neo-Nazi on pages 120-122 of our Alliance Handbook.
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Re: The N-word.

PostFri Jan 23, 2015 2:35 pm

A White Nationalist wrote:WP: "If white people are to have equal rights..."

I understand what Pierce was saying here, but as for myself I am not seeking (or fighting) to have "equal rights" with non-whites. I am fighting for non-whites to have ZERO rights. I would be hypocritical if I said otherwise.



The above sentence which you highlighted in blue was not a quotation from William Pierce. It is just something I said in my post above. I wasn't quoting anybody so I'm not sure why you are attributing that to William Pierce. You are correct though we shouldn't be fighting for equal rights with non-whites, and I don't think that is what Pierce or the NA was ever about. I think I was saying that to point out the hypocritical way that Jews and Blacks demand to be treated a certain way by White people while they have no qualms with treating us the very same way they tell us not to treat them.
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Re: The N-word.

PostFri Jan 23, 2015 2:42 pm

Will Williams wrote:
DanielOlj79 wrote:...If white people are to have equal rights...

AWN is right that we do not want equal rights with non-Whites. No-Whites will not have the rights of White citizens in our world as we envision it, except as guests who follow our laws for guests from other nations.

[T]he recent SPLC article about Will Williams,"Triumph of the Will: Will Williams and the National Alliance." The word Nazi was used 13 times in the article, and twice in the comments. Will Williams, Kevin Strom and the National Alliance are not Nazis. Nazis were National Socialists in Germany during WW2 so it is uncalled for to call anyone today a Nazi, unless they proclaim that they are neo-Nazi's.

Wow! 13 times, eh? I was born after the National-Socialists were vanquished by the Democrat-Bolshevik coalition so can't hardly be a "Nazi." We address the question of the use of the terms Nazi and neo-Nazi on pages 120-122 of our Alliance Handbook.


Yes it was 13 times no less. I went back to that article and counted it myself. Also I just want to correct myself: the term Nazi is still an Epithet even if you are referring to NS Germany, since that term was created by a Jews during the 1930's to denigrate the National Socialists of Germany. I read this in the other thread here about the term "Nazi". So any way it is used it is a slur against NS Germany, and it is totally out of context to call any contemporary white person a Nazi if they aren't associated with National Socialism in any way, but even if they were associated with a new age National Socialist party it still is a denigrating term.

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