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Having Babies Is Racist (If You’re White)

Here’s how the anti-white media works: whenever something happens, find two or three people to call it “racist” then declare it controversial.

This is what happened to the Italian Fertility Day. Of the sixty million people that live in Italy, USA today found three – count ’em – three – women to call it “sexist.”

Yes, this is an actual protest. Against having babies.

Yes, this is an actual protest. Against having babies.

Italy’s campaign for more babies called racist, sexist

Italy launched a program Thursday aimed at reversing one of the world’s lowest birthrates, but the first “Fertility Day” produced a backlash with charges of sexism, racism and comparisons to wartime dictator Benito Mussolini.

The first one wasn’t even an Italian, but a woman from Chicago:

“It’s incredibly condescending to think that Italian women don’t understand how their biological clock works,” said Rebecca Winke, 45, a Chicago native operating a bed and breakfast in the central Italian town of Assisi.

The second was a waitress complaining that she couldn’t afford children, and the third was a professional pollster, who basically complained, “it’s the current year.”

“There’s a cliché about the Italian mama who stays home all day cooking tomato sauce with a house full of kids, while the husband is out working in the factory,” said Maria Rossi, co-director of the polling firm Opinioni. “But that reality died in Italy 40 or 50 years ago. Today, most Italian women have to work, which means that at best they have fewer kids, and they do so later in life.”

But sexism was the cover story, the real problem is suggesting that actual Italians have children, so of course, the campaign was compared to Hitler Mussolini. Since everything is racist, it’s pretty easy to find racism anywhere you want.

The cover of the booklet showed two white couples, arms draped around one another, exhibiting behaviour that was good for fertility, while the image that represented poor habits showed a black person among a group doing drugs.

Well, there you have it. Among the group of druggies was a black person. If there wasn’t a black person at all, that would be racist too. You really can’t win with these people.

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26 comments on “Having Babies Is Racist (If You’re White)

  1. icareviews
    September 22, 2016

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. icareviews
    September 22, 2016

    This post is literally rape.

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    • Apollonius
      September 23, 2016

      This is somewhat off-topic, but have you looked into the origins of Scientology? I feel that you might be able to write a good investigative piece on that subject. I have heard varying and contradictory claims about it, so I don’t really know what to think.

      What is publicly known amounts to a very interesting story though, so I think it is worth looking into. Especially considering the fact there appears to be a thoroughly non-Jewish leadership in Scientology with quite a bit of money and influence.

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      • icareviews
        September 23, 2016

        I’ve probably heard some of the same stuff you have – that it was infiltrated by the CIA and so forth. Michael Collins Piper seemed to think that intelligence agencies might have had an interest in it. The level of control the “Church” exerts over its followers’ lives definitely invites comparisons to the MKULTRA experiments contemporary with Scientology’s formative years. One claim I heard for the first time recently is that the Nation of Islam is actually a branch of Scientology rather than a religion based primarily on the Koran. It’s all pretty interesting, but I have to confess complete ignorance at present. Feel free to write and submit an article if you learn more about it before we do.

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      • Apollonius
        September 24, 2016

        I’ll remain attentive to any new details and let you know. It is not an easy subject to research–much of the information is still secret or scattered about in various sources.

        The most bizarre connection I was aware of was Hubbard’s links to the occult Thelemist movement through Jack Parsons. It is known that the CIA took an interest in the occult in MKULTRA and the Stargate Project. In fact, Ingo Swann was a “remote viewer” involved who apparently was a former Scientologist.

        But it is still unclear to me who was really in charge of things. Hubbard may have ended up wresting complete control from any spook elements involved, and forming his own quite formidable private intelligence service.

        And how the Jews are or were involved is unclear as well. Take a look at any list of people connected to or part of the Sea Organization–not a single Jewish name (Edit: There is just one I could find–Kate Bornstein, whose involvement ended more than 30 years ago). It puts a rather interesting spin on the bad press the Scientologists have been getting in recent years. They were supposed to have been serious challengers to Jewish Hollywood Hegemony for a time.

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      • Hipster Racist
        September 24, 2016

        Hubbard’s links to the occult Thelemist movement through Jack Parsons.

        Thelema was British MI6, and Hubbard was US Navy intel. Parsons, due to his high level security clearances for work, was a big fat juicy target for intel. The fact that in his personal life he was somewhat of a sad sack and a sucker for pretty girls made handling him quite easy – it looks like his wife was his handler (she was lifelong intel and a likely “swallow” – even admitted to it in her later years.)

        It seems, however, that Hubbard was far more interested in making money than filling out the paperwork spooks have to, so took Scientology private. Hubbard came along and ran off with Parson’s girlfriend, his boat, and his money, which you can be assured pissed Crowley off. Parsons was loyal to Crowley until the end.

        The “occult” worked in an era when Christianity was still a major force in society – it was scandalous. That won’t work these days, hence Pepe the Frog-Nazi. MKUltra’s fancy stuff – the drugs and hypnosis – were flashy and attention getting, but the stuff you never hear about – how to instigate riots among urban blacks, or how to manipulate elections – were likely the real meat of the program.

        “Mind control” is nothing but work-a-day persuasion. The advertizing industry does it all the time.

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      • Hipster Racist
        September 24, 2016

        It puts a rather interesting spin on the bad press the Scientologists have been getting in recent years.

        Nah, it’s all right out in the open. There was a major fight between Tom Cruise and one of the big Hollywood Jew producers during the making of the last Mission Impossible film – it was even covered in the WSJ. The Jew producer announced he would never work with Tom Cruise again because the Scientologists were talking over his film.

        Scientology’s Hollywood network is sort of like a competing network to the Jews – it’s a lot more artificial than the Jewish tribe, it’s more formally organized, and likely far less effective. But it is most certainly a parallel track. Scientology does not seem very Jewish at all – and it’s also quite “homophobic” supposedly, which means there’s no Gay Mafia network controlling it (as they say, it’s not that Hollywood is run by Jews – it’s that Hollywood is run by gay Jews.)

        But Scientology is thin and shallow – it’s likely no more than a few tens of thousands of people at this point. They have a dedicated core, a decent amount of money, lots of volunteer labor, and they are lawyered up.

        This is why ANolen was so good – she traced the history and the purpose behind these “cult groups” that were so popular during the 20th century and explained their relation to intel agencies.

        You want to really chase the rabbit down the hole – look at the connections between Amway and Evangelical religious groups…

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      • Apollonius
        September 24, 2016

        “Hubbard was US Navy intel”

        It was my understanding that this is what the Scientologists say. I think their official line is that Hubbard was a high-level operative who infiltrated the “satanic” “Parsonage” cult in order to sabotage it from within.

        But other people who’ve looked into it say that he was just a clerk who censored letters passing through his department. As I said, it is a difficult subject. But the occult element–whether it involved spooks or not–seems to be verified.

        By the way, have you ever had the pleasure of encountering Scientologists in real life? I have dealt with cults before, but not that one.

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      • Hipster Racist
        September 24, 2016

        Hubbard may have been just some clerk but it seems likely that Dianetics/Scientology had some intel help, at least in the beginning. Scientologists will of course make up whatever random bullshit to defend their Messiah.

        No, I’ve never had anything to do with Scientologists, but I had a friend in school that was always signing up for crazy stuff and the Scientologists harassed him for years. They lost interest when they realized he just didn’t have any money.

        I read “Bald Faced Messiah” which is a great bio of Hubbard – not at all friendly take on the man. But you kind of have to have some awe of the guy because he was a top notch con man – truly gifted in that way. Almost certainly a sociopath.

        I have a long standing interests in intelligence agencies and cult groups, which is why I became a super-fan of ANolen, because she pieced together the connections these groups had. I always knew there was some connection – the intel literature about the LSD/MK-Ultra stuff is full of connections to various cult groups, but everyone gets distracted by the woo-woo – “Satanism” “sex magick” and the like. It’s far more mundane than all that, just like most of “mind control” is fairly simply cognitive hacks.

        Basically the idea is this – as Christianity began to fade as a major social force, you had these new “sciency” religions – UFO cults, psychoanalysis cults, lots of New Agey/mysticism type stuff (ANolen actually found the connection between fortune telling and intel groups – a connection I always knew was there, but could never figure out why intel groups would bother with carnival style fortune telling. But of course it’s obvious – even many smart people are superstitious and if they aren’t, their daughters are. It makes for a religious group.)

        The way you can distinguish a legitimate religion/social institution and a cult is if and how they interfere with normal, organic, biological family formation. Just think of it in terms of basic biology (MacDonald’s latest articles goes into this as well.) In a cult, it’s likely the leader is poaching the wives and cuckolding the men – see the Nation of Islam or half of those 1960s “hippie” type cults.

        HumanChess.org is an old CIA interrogator who was written some good books about similar topics.

        This is a ripe topic and really what AryanSkynet was meant to be about. I would suggest that Richard Spencer’s “Phalanx” group is – at least potentially – the positive type of group I’ve always been advocating for.

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      • Apollonius
        September 24, 2016

        Well, for whatever it’s worth, I think you are at your best when writing about this and closely related subjects.

        I agree that this is a fascinating and important line of inquiry. Modern wars aren’t won by the side with the best street-fighters but the side with the best mind-fighters or storytellers, if you like. A full understanding of the ways and means of covert action, espionage, and psychological warfare will make the difference between victory or defeat in this century for any side engaged in modern war.

        Now, we don’t agree on much, and, unfortunately, I think your hopes in Richard Spencer and his Phalanx group are gravely misplaced, but the concept of an elite psyop unit or secret society on our side is itself perfectly sound and promising. I just wish that there was a solid movement where we could find more common ground. Happily, there are at least some areas of agreement. I will always give credit where credit is due, and this blog is certainly better than many others. I am grateful for it.

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  3. Midwestern Plant Girl
    September 23, 2016

    I’ll admit I’m lost with most of the people you mention and things that have happened, as I try to avoid the media at all costs.
    I do however feel the media has been bashing whites for years and I’m sick of it. The BLM crap has got to stop. I like all lives matter.

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    • Hipster Racist
      September 23, 2016

      @Midwestern Plant Girl

      Believe me, you’re not the only one. Why does the media hate us, anyway?

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  4. guest
    September 23, 2016

    Better safe than sorry, because before you know it, those toddlers turn into this, can’t risk that.

    Consider it preemptive anti racism!

    o/t: Any plans to do a post on Charlotte? It’s a nice chimpout…

    The Z Man is already all blacked out:

    “Black America does not have a race problem. It ain’t honkies robbing, looting and killing in the ghetto. They don’t have a cop problem. The cops shoot fewer black offenders than white offenders. They don’t have a gun problem either. Black America has a black guy problem. They have far too many black guys robbing, looting and killing, almost always doing so at the expense of blacks. They won’t let me fix that problem, so stop demanding I feel bad about it. I’m done. I’m all blacked out.”

    Amen!

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    • Hipster Racist
      September 23, 2016

      @guest

      Why don’t you write a guest post about Charlotte? I’m all blacked out, too. I’m not sure what to say about it that hasn’t already been said. Honestly black crime is booooooooooooring as far as I’m concerned, it’s like writing about the weather.

      “Oh look, it rained again.”

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      • guest
        September 23, 2016

        I’m afraid I’m not up to the task and skynet quality standards, it would be all how they should get whoever dealt with Harambe to clean it up and kek references.

        But i do have a great BUGS style answer for diversity:

        “Diversity is like pepper, a whole shaker ruins the dish.”

        Bob Whitaker himself would be proud of that one!

        Or longer: “Diversity is like pepper, a little bit is good, but a whole shaker ruins the dish.”

        It’s good because people can imagine it, a ruined dish, like in those hidden cam skits…

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      • Hipster Racist
        September 23, 2016

        @guest

        That would make an excellent cartoon – the waiter is standing over the table with a pepper shaker, the one diner says, “I’m not really sure I like diversity” and the other says “hey live a little it will spice things up a bit.” The next panel shows the waiting taking the top off of the pepper shaker and pouring the entire thing onto the dish.

        Any cartoonists up for it? Major keks!

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      • icareviews
        September 23, 2016

        Black crime actually landed a member of my family in a hospital for a couple of nights last week. I sort of felt obligated to write a post about it since I am a white nationalist blogger, after all; but there was nothing particularly interesting or unique about an old man being attacked from behind, beaten in the head, and having his wallet stolen. It mattered a lot to me, of course, but for anybody else it only would have been a mild and not particularly colorful anecdote of the sort that can be found on any number of other sites. I tried to think of a novel angle that might have made the post worth reading, but decided it would just bore me to write it, so I just abandoned the idea. I have something more creative lined up for my next Aryan Skynet post.

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  5. kerberos616
    September 23, 2016

    Reblogged this on Kerberos616.

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  6. Sam J.
    September 24, 2016

    icareviews sorry about your family being attacked.

    As for Whites having children being racist. Everything Whites do or don’t do is racist. At some point all Whites when asked if they racist will just say,”Yes I’m racist. I’m White”. Depending on the situation I do this now and refuse to elaborate when people ask why or what for, etc.

    As for Scientology I know a fair amount about it. L. Ron Hubbard I’m almost 100% sure was a psychopath. He ,when younger, hung out with a guy named Parsons who started the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. ( book “Sex and Rockets”) Parsons was also a kind of Satanist who started a Aleister Crowley Ordo Templi Orientis (O.T.O.) temple in the US. Hubbard and Parsons used to do Satanic rituals to create a Moon child. We’re talking very way out stuff here. Hubbard eventually ran off with a lot of Parsons money and …his wife.

    Hubbard, a science fiction writer, later wrote Dianetics which was really a kind of psychoanalysis sorta book. Actually the whole thing was sort of Catholic confession for the new kids who wouldn’t dare believe in that old fuddy duddy stuff. Hubbard later wrote Dianetics and turned that into Scientology. Scientology actually has some good stuff that kind of based on cognitive behavioral therapy but tied in with it is a whole massive heaping of pure evil. Where they tie people’s mental health to Scientology.

    An interesting side effect of Scientology training is to teach people to be non-reactive. Like a psychopath. At the same time teaching people they have all the answers. Like a psychopath. What ever you do don’t talk to or encourage these people as they will never leave you alone. The whole system is a very Jewish mental type thing.

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    • Hipster Racist
      September 24, 2016

      1. Most of the cult groups were based on Jesuit techniques. The Bavarian Illuminati and Crowley’s Thelema all used the “confessional” approach – acolytes are required to keep personal diaries/reports that are then shared with their handlers higher up in the system. No different than what the NSA does.

      2. Hubbard’s original Dianetics was a mix of pseudo-physchology like Freud’s psychoanalysis (which itself was modeled on Catholic confession) and the emerging discipline of behaviorism, but when the FDA shut him down for fake health claims, he turned it into the “religion” of Scientology.

      3. Crowley (British) and Hubbard (ONI) were rivals and they fought over Parsons as an asset. It would be pointless to read too much into the “occult” stuff here – Parsons was a gullible and easily impressionable guy – maybe an aspie – and the “magic” stuff amounted to taking a lot of drugs and having orgies. Nerds tend to need some sort of structure in order to socialize. Normal people can just hang out at a cocktail party, aspies need a structure, some group activity, hence the popularity of cons, fandom, etc. Since they can’t make random small talk, they need a conversation starter.

      4. At this point in history, I suspect Scientology has devolved into the thinnest of money making scams and they are likely desperate for new members. Whatever you do, never make contact with them, via email or in person, as they will hound you for years. Same with the Larouche cult, which is a similar thing.

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      • ct
        September 25, 2016

        Hello HR, (i was commenting on HR as well)

        as you are talking about cult cohesion:
        I know a secret about judaism’s cult cohesion (sounding cheeky, yes). Should I write a lengthy article about it, for you to redo or ameliorate or publish?
        I thought about sending it to KMac, but I am not sure anymore, since I read the milesmathis paper on him. Have you read that paper of mathis http://mileswmathis.com/kevin.pdf ? I think he is wrong on this one, but what do I know.
        The religious question, the question of orders, brotherhoods, Men Bund, fraternities is vital to our advancement. I am thinking about this for a long time now. Your recent articles, also the on cc gave me the impression there is awareness growing in our people (and Spencer already with his Phalanx).

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      • Hipster Racist
        September 25, 2016

        Miles Mathis’ article about Kevin MacDonald is wrong, and crazy. Mathis is either a troll or mentally ill. His criticism of MacDonald as “fake” is based on very serious misunderstanding about a number of topics.

        For instance, he points out that MacDonald’s first book was published by a publisher supposedly run or influenced by Jews, therefore, MacDonald must be “controlled opposition.” But MacDonald’s first book on Jews was widely praised in Jewish circles.

        Mathis is entertaining, but not to be taken particularly seriously. Also, his math and physics stuff is pure unadulterated bullshit.

        But sure, email me an article.

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      • gaikokumaniakku
        September 25, 2016

        Quality post. I would like to add that the journal method is not necessarily evil mind-control. For example, if you have an athlete keep track of his eating, sleeping, and cash spending, his coach can look over his records every weekend and point out where he has failed to live up to his training regimen.

        “Bobby, why did you spend $10 at Tammy’s Beer Chute?”

        “Aw, Coach, that was just beer!”

        “Bobby, you have got to run two miles every day just to burn off all those extra carbs!”

        Diary coaching is not inherently evil. Give it to a guy like Crowley or Hubbard and it will get used for evil.

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      • Hipster Racist
        September 25, 2016

        @gaikokumaniakku

        True. I made the distinction between legitimate groups and cult groups/exploitative institutions. Any institution that interferes with biologically healthy family formation can be called a “cult” – anything that moves towards a eusocial type environment is bad.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eusociality

        A coach who presumably has the health interests of their charge at heart would be an example of good leadership as opposed to parasitic.

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  7. smartwhiteguy
    September 26, 2016

    Reblogged this on murderbymedia3.

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