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You spend much of your day in the great outdoors, and you have observed that the sky generally looks blue. Yet in newspapers and on television the sky is always red.

You notice the discrepancy between what you know and what you are told, and since, in this episode of The Twilight Zone, you are sufficiently strong-willed not to accept an obvious falsehood, you refuse to comply with the media’s systematic mischaracterization of the sky’s true color. You also realize that something is very wrong.

Many racialists have experienced an initiating revelation of this sort. We notice that on some important subject we are being lied to, and that the lies are not merely false but obviously false, so obviously false that it would require actual stupidity, or some willed equivalent, to believe them.

My own revelation came in response to affirmative action. Various authority figures and liberal learned elders informed me that affirmative-action preferences do not really constitute racial discrimination against members of our race. Since I am not a moron, I knew that I was being lied to on an important subject. It is arithmetically impossible to construct a system of racial preferences that does not entail racial discrimination.

The beginning of Dylann Roof’s racialist illumination came, if we can trust his online manifesto, from reading the Wikipedia article on the Trayvon Martin case. “I was unable to understand,” he writes, “what the big deal was. It was obvious that Zimmerman was in the right.”

George Zimmerman’s innocence is, much like the hotness of the sun or the blueness of the sky, not a debatable proposition but a certain fact, despite diligent efforts by television reporters, with malice aforethought, to convince the public otherwise. Any accurate summary of the case, like the account that Roof found on Wikipedia, will lead a rational observer to side with Zimmerman over Martin. A jury in Florida properly came to the same conclusion.

Since Roof is not a moron, he knew that the legal system and the dominant media were jointly, with some assistance from President Obama, attempting to convict and imprison an innocent man, and he found that fact disturbing, as any moral person would.

He became even more disturbed when he discovered, through the modern miracle of a search engine, that Black-on-White crime is statistically common and White-on-Black crime comparatively rare: “I was in disbelief. At this moment I realized that something was very wrong. How could the news be blowing up the Trayvon Martin case while hundreds of these black on White murders got ignored?” Despite abundant evidence of a real pattern of Black violence against Whites, the media had elected, as part of their longstanding effort to sustain a false pattern, to publicize the death of a Black thug instead.

It is worth stressing again that none of this should be debatable. George Zimmerman was rightly exonerated on the evidence. Belief in his guilt would require either literal stupidity or a willed effort to ignore physical evidence.

And even if Zimmerman had been guilty, and even if we were able to accept the doubtful proposition that Zimmerman is a light-skinned German rather than a mixed-race Hispanic, this make-believe instance of White-on-Black violence would remain atypical. Interracial violence is, as matter of statistical fact, disproportionately Black-on-White. Anyone with an internet connection and an inclination, as Roof put it, to “type in the words ‘black on White crime’ into Google” will soon discover the truth. Pat Buchanan, relying on 2007 crime statistics, reports that “a black male was forty times as likely to assault a white person as the reverse.”

Roof’s conclusion that something is very wrong was therefore unavoidable, given his willingness to seek out evidence rather than avoid it. The crime statistics he found, on the website of the Council of Conservative Citizens and elsewhere, are true. Most violent interracial crime, as the Council reports, is Black-on-White. On this subject Roof could have avoided racialist sources and consulted instead the professional antiracist Tim Wise, who has acknowledged that “there are more black-on-white interracial crimes than white-on-black interracial crimes.”

These facts were not invented by devious “racists” attempting to deceive the gullible; the real deceivers are those in the media and in the racial-grievance industry who deviously promote a vision of victimized Blacks routinely assaulted by hate-filled Whites. To manufacture evidence for their false vision they do not hesitate to propagandize for the imprisonment of obviously innocent men, such as George Zimmerman and Darren Wilson.

Dylann Roof’s crime in Charleston was about as contemptible as any crime could be. He not only murdered innocent people; he also murdered them, as he has apparently acknowledged, after they had welcomed him into their church and had shown him kindness and Christian fellowship. His crime merits the maximum penalty, and he will surely receive it.

Yet it is impossible, despite his terrible crime, to deny the intelligence behind the manifesto he apparently wrote, and it is impossible not to share his sense of disturbed surprise at a politicized media behemoth that so systematically and maliciously misrepresents the truth. All of Roof’s racialist thoughts, up until the moment he decided to become a killer, were rational and insightful.

Although multiracialism is a powerful ideology propagated by a determined elite, it is also manifestly false, and in our era the truth is often difficult to suppress, despite the best efforts of our masters. Roof stupidly and wickedly chose to assist them, by providing a genuine example of anti-Black racial crime in place of the false examples that they were previously forced to manufacture. It nevertheless seems likely that his experience of finding the truth concealed behind antiracist lies will become increasingly common. The beginning of racial illumination often requires only a willingness to notice the obvious, and the power of the dominant media to conceal the obvious is in decline.

Being right doesn’t mean we’ll win, but it certainly helps, and a political system that must rely on transparent falsehoods suffers from a tactical disadvantage, no matter how unassailable it may sometimes appear.

 

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  1. Prince Albert
    Posted May 26, 2016 at 5:55 am | Permalink

    One thing that’s never mentioned is that he was on Suboxone, which I have personally seen drive people into long bouts of violent, narcissistic mania. When he was arrested many TV viewers noticed his lip-licking tic; a classic sign of intoxication of that drug. It also explains why he was smirking during his arrest, and despondent during his arraignment. Two days is the right timetable for first-stage Suboxone withdrawal.

    This drug is huge business for pharmaceutical companies and doctors. The fees extracted from patients are exorbitant. As much as 300 USD for a single month’s supply, when you factor in the fees for physicians with special license to prescribe it. Much like the link between SSRIs and suicide, it will probably be decades before release of any study showing its negative psychological side effects.

    By that time it will be far too late for Roof, who would never get an appeal on those grounds anyway.

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  3. Algenon Montcrief
    Posted June 28, 2015 at 12:24 pm | Permalink

    This is the most thoughtful, well-written and insightful piece I have yet to read upon this terrible crime. Thank you, as always, Irmin Vinson, for making sense out of the madness we are surrounded by.

  4. Perthro
    Posted June 25, 2015 at 11:58 am | Permalink

    What should we awakened whites do to both effectively wake up, or energize the spirit of our Aryan brothers and effectively take back our land? What real life action will force out jews and blacks from the deeply entrenched positions they occupy in our lives? The overwhelming desire to actively fix this problem is a constant source of frustration to me. And every ear that will listen will only hear what it wants to.

  5. Jaego
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 6:04 pm | Permalink

    Yes, it’s the Anders Breivik scenario all over again, except Roof chose to go after minorities themselves. Remember, America wasn’t founded by “fairness” but by Lebensraum. If we were just nice little people we would have stayed in Europe. And if we were really the nice little people the Liberals want us to be, we would have been conquered long ago and wouldn’t even be in Europe anymore either.

    One White survival is seen as priority number one, our moral compass will judge things very differently than it does now with its automatic setting towards the nadir.

  6. Lew
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 5:34 pm | Permalink

    I suspect that many, many things that are obvious to us are not quite as obvious to others as we like to assume (or as I assume anyway). It’s amazing to me that anyone could not know about the realities of black-on-white crime and the related media coverup of that crime, but Roof didn’t. How could he? He wouldn’t have been taught about it anywhere in any institution he ever came into contact with.

    This incident proves, therefore, that web sites, especially the CCC site, are invaluable resources. I suspect (but cannot prove of course) that it’s very young audience is why 8chan/pol (and before that 4chan/pol) is under attack 24/7 with propaganda belittling, degrading and abusing the young white males who comment there. I bet a lot of white kids who participate in chan culture have some vague idea of what pol is and what can be found there. Hence, the effort to destroy the open internet.

    Roof would have been born in what 1994 or 1995? The 911 attacks are probably not within his living memory. If Roof became loosely political aware around the age of 10, achieving say a very basic understanding that America has a republican and a democrat party, that would have been around 2005, into George W. Bush’s second term. Roof was about 15 years old in 2010. He was a young adolescent at a time most of us were debating in intricate detail the whole racial history of the United States in the context of the 2010 mid-term elections.

    Given Roof’s overall childhood circumstances in what appears to have been a poor white community, it appears he came out of that subset of defenseless whites that are at the very top of the list for annihilation by the determined elites who promote anti-whiteism as state ideology. Just as the poor working class white girls in Rotherham were defenseless against a predatory culture, so was Dylaan Roof defenseless.

    He grew up without access to good schools, apparently weak parental guidance, no support from a healthy wider community because America makes healthy community impossible, and no elected officials at any level serving his family’s interests. Furthermore, Roof had no access to quotas, affirmative action or racial scholarships, and all of this took place in the context of sick culture that makes demonizing white males and making them as undesirable as possible to white woman one of its highest priorities.

    We have got to figure out a way to help young white men do things productive other than lash out, because many of them have to be looking for answers. I’m going to start posting our content everywhere young people might see it. I’m open to other suggestions.

    • Posted June 24, 2015 at 6:23 pm | Permalink

      Lew wrote:

      I suspect that many, many things that are obvious to us are not quite as obvious to others as we like to assume (or as I assume anyway). It’s amazing to me that anyone could not know about the realities of black-on-white crime and the related media coverup of that crime, but Roof didn’t.

      Great post.

      We should always keep in mind that many people really don’t know the important facts that we consider obvious, too obvious to even bother dwelling on.

      As a different case in point, here’s one of my sentences:

      George Zimmerman’s innocence is … not a debatable proposition but a certain fact, despite diligent efforts by television reporters, with malice aforethought, to convince the public otherwise.

      Everyone, or almost everyone, reading this site knows what I am talking about: In the Zimmerman case the dominant media deliberately suppressed exculpatory evidence and manufactured inculpatory evidence. Those truths are fairly mainstream by now. Anyone who listens to talk-radio likely knows them. I don’t watch television often, but I would guess that many viewers of Fox News know them also.

      But that still leaves a large proportion of the population who remain ignorant of important facts, even though most of them know something about the case. They don’t know that the media attempted to frame George Zimmerman, so they cannot draw the obvious political conclusions. Many of them accordingly believe that his acquittal was a terrible travesty of justice, just another indication of the endemic White “racism” blighting the lives of promising young African-Americans. Even facts which are by now well established do not yet enter into their political thinking.

      They may know much about the sex lives of celebrities, and the alleged beauty of brave Caitlyn Jenner, but they know next to nothing about the obvious facts upon which basic racialist conclusions are based. And since they don’t know those facts, they’re not yet eligible even for WN 101.

      Part of Roof’s problem, I think, is that he was enlightened (or “radicalized”) too quickly. An ocean of disturbing information overwhelmed him.

      — Irmin

    • Verlis
      Posted June 25, 2015 at 5:57 am | Permalink

      It’s amazing to me that anyone could not know about the realities of black-on-white crime and the related media coverup of that crime, but Roof didn’t. How could he? He wouldn’t have been taught about it anywhere in any institution he ever came into contact with.

      I agree it’s hard to believe people could reach adulthood without having figured out the most basic white/black differences, such as violence and stupidity. I arrived in America fully intending to treat blacks as I would whites, but from the very first day, in which I saw a huge group of them dominating a food court at the mall (which was like nothing I’d ever seen before), I knew it was unlikely that I would. Still, I persisted for another week or two. I was never hassled (besides beggars) or threatened, but I very quickly concluded that “nothing good can come from these people” and began avoiding them as much as possible. To have grown up in the same country as them and not to have figured this out seemed to me incredible. I was also confounded by Americans’ reluctance to talk about these things, though I realize now what I didn’t then: that such talk is pregnant with the most wrenching sociopolitical implications. Most people, I gather, prefer to spare themselves such headaches, and that is why mindless optimism (“all we have to do is…”) and anti-white paranoia (“if only whites weren’t so damn racist…”) carry the day.

    • Seaxe
      Posted June 25, 2015 at 5:44 pm | Permalink

      Lew, without 4chan’s /int/ and later /pol/ I would not be on sites like this, TOO, etc. Nor would I be reading Heidegger, Spengler, Evola, etc. Before going to /pol/ I was interested in Marxism, and generally held the beliefs you expect left wing millennials to hold. The information I inadvertently found on 4chan changed all of my beliefs, as it did with many young white men in my generation. 4chan is a most unlikely place for such a large number of people to have a New Right/WN political awakening, but without the dedicated efforts of an originally small pool of posters hundreds, maybe even thousands, of young white men would have never come into contact with these sorts of ideas. I fully support your idea to post this sort of material wherever young white men, and women, may see it. It may have a larger impact than you think.

      I have sensed that many in the older generations view my generation as stupid, naive, etc. However, it is important those of you in older generations realize that we have never known anything but multiculturalism. From kindergarten on I was increasingly surrounded by multiculturalism. Furthermore, from elementary school on we have been taught the official kosher narrative of world history, and most of my generation has never seen an alternative. I know from my personal experiences, and those of my friends who I have presented this sort of information to, that when people of my generation encounter an alternative narrative of history, politics, etc many will respond.

  7. Glen
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 3:01 pm | Permalink

    From your link:

    “Violence isn’t the only answer, but it is the final answer.”

    This is undeniably true. For more than 50 years we’ve been hamstrung and relegated to the fringes of “respectable” society. But beyond presenting the problem with which whites are faced movement “thinkers” have been deficient in developing/implementing positive solutions/activism. No think tanks, no lawyer organizations, no training, no alternative media (except for Red Ice), etc. I recently learned that the C of CC donated approximately $85,000 to RINOs (Ted Cruz, etc.) who are turning this money over to charity and activist Negro organizations (like the AME church) since the Charleston killings. Talk about ineptitude! But I digress. The setback movement moralizers are worried about clearly has more to do with the government closing us down, making arrests, and impoverishing movement financiers than advancing the cause. I’m not saying we shouldn’t be concerned about such things, but growing our cause “on the street” is not a priority.

  8. Bernie
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 2:40 pm | Permalink

    “On this subject Roof could have avoided racialist sources and consulted instead the professional antiracist Tim Wise,”

    Tim Wise is most certainly a racialist. Perhaps the most powerful and driven racialist of all.

  9. Michael Woodbridge
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 5:23 am | Permalink

    Spot on in every way Irmin Vinson, thank you for such a clear headed analysis.

  10. Andrew
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 3:31 am | Permalink

    It is certainly a bizarre and disturbing discovery to find that so much of the “truths” we are told, such as Black-on-White crime, are completely false.

    “Since Roof is not a moron, he knew that the legal system and the dominant media were jointly, with some assistance from President Obama, attempting to convict and imprison an innocent man, and he found that fact disturbing, as any moral person would.”

    I am going to differ with you here. After much thought, I have come to the realization that Jewish morality, “doing what is best for the Jews”, is correct, and this applies to all peoples. For Obama and his darklings, it is best if a non-ethnic is punished for harming on of their kin. And therefore, it is moral for them to pursue that objective. Likewise, for Europeans, what is moral is what is best for us, which would be protect those who shoot black criminals.

    To be a young White male in this country is to be increasingly abused, degraded and dispossessed. I consider Mr. Roof’s actions to be similar in nature to a mercilessly bullied person who snaps and kills his tormentors. Humans are primarily emotional creatures, and there are a lot of people with psychological issues. Mr. Roof’s attack was probably not very well conceived, and may perhaps have set back the movement, but it is also completely understandable. The church in question was a hotbed of anti-White psychological ethnic warfare, and I have no doubt that the state senator who died, as well as others, were virulently anti-White.

    • Glen
      Posted June 23, 2015 at 3:12 pm | Permalink

      You’re no doubt correct about the anti-white focus of the AME Church, Andrew. By donating funds to back-stabbing Republicans in an attempt to buy influence, the C of CC has advanced the AME cause:

      http://www.latimes.com/nation/la-na-republicans-charleston-donations-20150622-story.html

      Movement ineptitude just goes on and on and on and …

    • Posted June 24, 2015 at 5:51 pm | Permalink

      Andrew wrote:

      I am going to differ with you here. After much thought, I have come to the realization that Jewish morality, “doing what is best for the Jews”, is correct, and this applies to all peoples. For Obama and his darklings, it is best if a non-ethnic is punished for harming on of their kin. And therefore, it is moral for them to pursue that objective. Likewise, for Europeans, what is moral is what is best for us, which would be protect those who shoot black criminals.

      I can grasp intellectually why Eric Holder, for racial motives, worked hard to put Darren Wilson in jail even though he knew, several days after the death of Michael Brown, that he was innocent. But emotionally I still find the fact shocking. I probably shouldn’t, but I do. Perhaps it’s an occidental character trait. I don’t think I’ll ever arrive at the point where I believe that attempting to imprison an innocent man, for the offense of defending himself, can be a moral act.

      I understand your argument, but I doubt that we as a group will ever get there. Jewish morality (or non-morality) seems beyond us. It requires a self-absorption we’re likely not capable of achieving.

      — Irmin

      • Verlis
        Posted June 25, 2015 at 5:14 am | Permalink

        I don’t think I’ll ever arrive at the point where I believe that attempting to imprison an innocent man, for the offense of defending himself, can be a moral act.

        I doubt that Holder’s thought process was “I know this man is innocent, but he is white so I am going to punish him anyway.” I think it’s more likely he saw enough ambiguity in the incident that he was able to suppress any moral doubts about making an example out of Wilson in order to keep whites on the defensive. Perhaps that amounts to the same thing for you, but I have to maintain the distinction to keep from going crazy.

        (As a side note, the truly scary question that liberals and leftists – who would excuse the above rationale – should be asking themselves is: when does it end for people like Holder? Ever?)

        • Posted June 25, 2015 at 6:37 pm | Permalink

          I doubt that Holder’s thought process was “I know this man is innocent, but he is white so I am going to punish him anyway.”

          Early misinformation about the killing had started a series of protests that Holder approved of, and he was willing to punish an innocent man to confirm the racial claims of the protesters. He certainly did not want to risk putting an end to the protests/riots by announcing the falsity of their crucial factual charge, namely that a “racist” police officer had wantonly shot a defenseless young African.

          From Holder’s point of view, the central fact of American history and politics is that Whites systematically oppress Blacks and therefore deserve to be punished. This particular White police officer was, Holder knew, innocent on one specific charge, but (in Holder’s view) other White policemen are guilty of other crimes against innocent Blacks, and the racially oppressive political system that Whites have created must be extensively restructured. Since the protests in Ferguson and elsewhere were politically valuable for that noble purpose, Wilson’s innocence was an inconvenient fact that Holder was willing to overlook.

          The innocence of Darren Wilson implies the guilt of Michael Brown, who was exactly the sort of Black thug that most Whites understandably fear. The truth of the incident, again from Holder’s perspective, carried the worst political meaning possible. He therefore preferred a make-believe version and hoped to use his political power to make it seem real.

          he saw enough ambiguity in the incident that he was able to suppress any moral doubts about making an example out of Wilson in order to keep whites on the defensive.

          There was ambiguity on the day the event took place. There was no ambiguity a week later.

          ***

          Lee Ann McAdoo does something good, with a clever Orwellian subtext:
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfjeF56Mt-g

  11. Richard Benson
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 3:24 am | Permalink

    This is, by far, the best commentary I’ve read about this incident.

  12. Marc
    Posted June 23, 2015 at 1:26 am | Permalink

    Another fine and thoughtful essay, Mr. Vinson, thank you. My own awakening had to do with affirmative action as well, but in a slightly different mode. I was told I was racist for being against affirmative action, so I figured, in for a penny, in for a pound, and I would follow my observations wherever they led and not worry about the racist label. I’m still shocked at where they led, not so much as to blacks (that’s pretty obvious) but about the Jews. Oddly, I’ve come to the conclusion that the Israelis are the only sane ones. Not necessarily pleasant or moral, but I’m reading a biography of Jesse James that goes deeply into the civil war in Missouri in the 1850s, 60’s and even the 70’s (and in Missouri it truly and literally was a “civil war,” unlike the War of N.A.) and I know how brutal we whites can be — and will be? — as well when it comes to our land and our people.

    • Posted June 24, 2015 at 5:42 pm | Permalink

      Marc wrote:

      I was told I was racist for being against affirmative action, so I figured, in for a penny, in for a pound…

      AA is a natural gateway. Anyone willing to oppose racial preferences broadly, not merely because affirmative action might affect him personally but because it affects others as well, has started to see the world through the lens of his own group perspective, which is politically forbidden to us. “Racism,” among its other purposes, is commonly deployed to label the belief that we have a legitimate group perspective as a terrible thought-crime.

      Roof:

      What about the White children who, because of school zoning laws, are forced to go to a school that is 90 percent black? Do we really think that that White kid will be able to go one day without being picked on for being White, or called a “white boy”? And who is fighting for him? Who is fighting for these White people forced by economic circumstances to live among negroes?

      Most Whites, if they are sufficiently wealthy to live apart from Blacks, are indifferent to the lives of less affluent Whites who cannot. You’re on your way to becoming a White nationalist if you worry about those members of your group left behind.

      I’m reading a biography of Jesse James …

      If you were reading that book a week ago, you were reading about American history or perhaps Confederate history. Today that book has been transformed — rightly — into a book about White nationalist history.

      A week ago my Confederate baseball cap was a vaguely un-PC historical symbol. Today it has almost officially become our symbol, like the swastika. The politicians have decided, in their non-wisdom, to hand over to White nationalism a venerable symbol as our exclusive cultural property. We may now also own Gone with the Wind.

      I think the politicians are making a mistake.

      — Irmin

      • Marc
        Posted June 25, 2015 at 10:41 pm | Permalink

        Good point, about our “venerable symbols.” Maybe a few young men will realize that even their effeminate “heritage not hate” attempts to compromise about the confederate flag will not appease those who hate them and their people and their history and their culture. That the old historic compromise between North and South about the meaning of the War is now dead, and that our new and alien rulers want to crush the face of Robert E. Lee — and them — into the ground.
        And then, like Huck Finn, they’ll decide — “All right then, I’ll go to hell” and stop worrying about the “hate.”

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