It still amazes me that most White Americans firmly believe that the United States is their country. A land that was stolen from the indigenous peoples who were here long before any European stepped foot on the soil, before the captured Africans were brought over in chains, and before the British were stripped of power in the New World – other than Canada, that is – and the US government was created by a group of White men, many of whom kept Black mistresses and fathered biracial offspring.
Lately, brown people – particularly if they appear Middle Eastern – have been told to ‘get out of my country’ by various Whites. One such incident led to a shooting inside a Kansas bar, which left one man dead and another two wounded. The gunman, 51 yr. old Adam Purinton, even shouted racial slurs before shooting Srinivas Kuchibhotla, 32, who later died of his injuries, and Alok Madasani, 32. Also shot was Ian Grillot, 24, who had attempted to intervene. Relatives of the two Indian men shot Wednesday told the Hindustan Times that they were friends who had not antagonized Purinton, and that Purinton had instead “picked an argument” with them and suggested they were illegally in the country. “They tried to tell him that they had done their [master’s degrees] in Kansas in 2006 and had been staying there with valid work permits,” a relative said.Madasani’s father, Jaganmohan Reddy, told the Times he has recently begun to ask his son to return home, fearing that he might not be safe in the country’s racially charged atmosphere, with ugly incidents and hate groups on the rise. “The situation seems to be pretty bad after Trump took over as the U.S. president. I appeal to all the parents in India not to send their children to the United States in the present circumstances,” Reddy said. – The Washington Post
Here is what happened to Gautam Gandhi shortly after 9/11:
I landed in Boston for Rahma and Mickey’s memorial service not long after the World Trade Center Towers fell on Sept. 11. My friends had recently gotten married, and Rahma was several months pregnant when they boarded American Airlines Flight 11. Like the 90 other people onboard, they never landed. That same morning, I took the Path train from New Jersey to the World Trade Center stop for a meeting downtown. The delays, at the time, frustrated me. But I was one of the last passengers to make it out of that tunnel alive. As I drove to Rahma’s service outside Boston the week after, I was angry and sad, and I was slow to react to a light that had turned green. I was jolted out of my revery when I heard the man in the SUV behind me yell, “Terrorist! Go home.” I straightened up, put my car in park and looked around for the terrorists. He started honking, but I scanned the intersection and didn’t see any signs of violence. The man then drove around by my side and stopped. Looking straight at me with piercing blue eyes, he yelled, “Get the hell out of my country and go home,” along with a few other expletives. Shocked, I started to tell him I wasn’t the terrorist. I was there at the building. I wanted to say I had friends that were also victims. But before I could form the words, he had driven away. I pulled over, shaken up, and just stared ahead past the windshield.
President Andrew Jackson did more to enforce the genocide of this country’s native peoples than any other person in history, though if the late bigot John Wayne could have done so, he certainly would have. Following the Indian Removal Act of 1830 the American government began forcibly relocating East Coast tribes across the Mississippi. The removal included many members of the Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek), Seminole, Chickasaw, and Choctaw nations, among others in the United States, from their homelands to Indian Territory in eastern sections of the present-day state of Oklahoma. About 2,500–6,000 died along the Trail of Tears. Chalk and Jonassohn assert that the deportation of the Cherokee tribe along the Trail of Tears would almost certainly be considered an act of genocide today. The Indian Removal Act of 1830 led to the exodus. About 17,000 Cherokees—along with approximately 2,000 Cherokee-owned black slaves—were removed from their homes. The number of people who died as a result of the Trail of Tears has been variously estimated. American doctor and missionary Elizur Butler, who made the journey with one party, estimated 4,000 deaths. Historians such as David Stannard and Barbara Mann have noted that the army deliberately routed the march of the Cherokee to pass through areas of known cholera epidemic, such as Vicksburg. Stannard estimates that during the forced removal from their homelands, following the Indian Removal Act signed into law by President Andrew Jackson in 1830, 8000 Cherokee died, about half the total population. – Wikipedia
President Trump is the child of immigrants himself. A great many Americans are. The only people who can state that their ancestry is purely American are the indigenous peoples we call Native Americans or American Indians. My DNA is made up of the DNA of Nigeria, Britain, Ireland, other West African nations, and Scandinavia, with a small amount from the Iberian Peninsula. That is not American. But I was born in this country, my parents were, my grandparents, my great grandparents, my great great grandparents, and possibly even my great great great grandparents. I have no way of truly knowing. For all I know, someone on my father’s side (probably his father’s side) could have come here from Sweden, Norway or Denmark, or Spain, or Dublin, Edinburgh, or Cornwall. My great grandmother Magnolia was biracial, had a White brother who would sneak around to come see her (this was in Commerce, Georgia back in the late 1800s to early 1900s), so a lot of this DNA would have come from the White side of her ancestry.
At any rate, there is no being ‘shipped back’ to anywhere for me. I have read countless times on so many websites – usually run by White separatists – where the solution is to send Hispanics back to their countries of origin, Blacks back to Africa, Asians back to their native lands, and Jews to Israel. But what about the Cherokee, Sioux, Choctaw, and other tribes that were here before Europeans? And what gives these racists the right to stay here in the United States while everyone else gets deported? Why don’t they take their pale asses back to Europe? Then they try to divide the country into parts for the different ethnic groups, which is as laughable as sending ‘mud races’ back to their ancestral lands.
Here are a few comments on an article about a White Separatist, made by Whites who believe in separatism of the races & ethnic groups (I did not correct misspellings or poor grammar):
I don’t understand the hostility toward separatism. It is a legitimate way to solve racial issues. Whites and Blacks are different, they think differently and want to live seperately. Why does the media, the govt and academia consider this option intolerable? Why must we be “forced” to intergrate?
The truth is that he advocates what people of ALL races believe. There ARE differences between the races as a whole that are far more than skin color. This is not inferiority, just differences. Blacks build certain types of countries and neighborhoods, same for Latinos, Whites and Asians. People of all races prefer be live according to their own race’s culture, they prefer to live under the laws their race creates, they prefer to be around and socialize with mostly people who look like them. This is why multiracial societies do not work and are fraught with greatly increased tension and conflict. People of different races in large numbers fight over whose culture prevails, whose politics prevails, how welfare is distributed etc. People who talk about Whites possibly becoming a minority do not get it. The “nice” White neighborhoods, good White schools, well functioning White society and wealth are the way they are because Whites created them. These things don’t fall from the sky. It’s only natural that people of other races who were unable to create these things in their own nations want to come and live off the White man. Problem is that if the White man becomes a minority , the wealth and the well functioning first world society that he made, will disappear with it and America will look like a cross between Mexico, Africa, with some India and Pakistan thrown it. It will be a polyglot 3rd world mess. Minorities will find out too late that they will have killed the goose that laid the golden egg. Blacks will find themselves at the bottom of the barrel in a the “new” America because the Latino majority won’t give a whit about Blacks and what little money there is will be controlled by and go to Latinos. Unlike Whites, non-Whites look out for their own race.
Time to wake up and realize that America is not your country, White people.