By Brother Saye
After last nights’ Presidential debate between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, I came across the following tweet.
Let me introduce you to the concept known as “The Honorary Aryan.”
Hitler and Nazi Germany came up with the term “The Honorary Aryan,” creating an unofficial status for non-White persons not recognized as belonging to the Aryan race, as a way to be part of and to promote their movement and ideology. Hitler deemed these non-White supporters valuable to the German economy and the German war effort. Historians have noted that Hungarians, Turks, Asians. Finns and many other non-white people were accepted as “Honorary Aryans” during Hitlers’ life. One example would be the Japanese Axis women.
White supremacists often reject being called racists and proceed to prove they are not, by rolling out a Black-face, to try to justify their claim, but there are seven things you need to know.
1) Just because you attend church and believe in God does not mean you’re not a racist.
2) Just because you cheer for players from other races, who may play for your favorite NBA, NFL, college sports, or fantasy football team, does not mean you are not a racist.
3) Just because you don’t mind eating at the same table with someone of another ethnicity does not mean you are not a racist.
4) Just because your favorite actor or television show host is someone of another ethnicity does not mean you are not a racist.
5) Just because you like music performed by individuals from other ethnic groups does not mean you are not a racist.
6) Just because you would have sexual relations with someone of another ethnicity does not mean you are not a racist.
7) Just because you find yourself feeling sorry for “those people” and may have donated money or food does not mean you are not a racist.
The slave master went to church and praised god. Slave masters gambled with each other while competing slaves against one another. They often cheered for their slaves to win the competition. Now and then, the slave master would let his slave eat in the big house, and sometimes a slave was rewarded and allowed to eat at the table with the master. The slave master often enjoyed the entertainment of his slaves through musical performance, dancing, and humorous skits. The slave master often had sex with the slave and sometimes would make sure that his slaves ate well and were clothed, during the winter.
During last nights’ debate, President Donald Trump was asked to denounce White supremacy, and the president responded, “Sure I’m willing to do that… Proud Boys, stand back, and stand by.”
This is no surprise to many of us who witnessed President Trump constantly retweet Stefan Molyneux, an adamant White supremacist who promotes the pseudo-anti-Black theory that Whites are intellectually superior to Blacks on average, via IQ. Stefan was Trumps’ go-to guy until he was finally forced off twitter for his constant barrages of lies and anti-Black rhetoric.
President Trump and Stefan Molyneux comprehend that Non-White individuals rolled out by White supremacists often:
1 Have no connection to Black society or have limited communication with Black society.
2 Have vitriol for Black society and see’s White society as intellectually superior on average, via IQ.
3 Feel more comfortable surrounded by Whites and non-Blacks.
4 Have a burning desire to go out of their way, constantly attacking Black society to gain approval and acceptance by White society.
5) Love being the Mascot for White supremacists as the Black-face dismissing the existence of White supremacy. Their job is to deny the existence and the impact of White supremacy while staying on the attack against Black society.
For those of you not familiar with the Proud Boys
The ADL describes them as followed:
“The Proud Boys was formed in 2016 by VICE Media co-founder, Gavin McInnes. In an op-ed in the far-right outlet Taki’s Magazine—notorious for its regular contributors, which included white supremacist Jared Taylor—McInnes announced the foundation of the group, describing its members as “Western chauvinists who refuse to apologise [sic] for creating the modern world,” and who “long for the days when ‘girls were girls and men were men.’” According to McInnes, the Proud Boys, whose name is taken from a song in the musical Aladdin, are a response and opposition to “politically correct culture.”
The Southern Poverty Law Center had the following to say about the Proud Boys:
“Their disavowals of bigotry are belied by their actions: rank-and-file Proud Boys and leaders regularly spout white nationalist memes and maintain affiliations with known extremists. They are known for anti-Muslim and misogynistic rhetoric. Proud Boys have appeared alongside other hate groups at extremist gatherings like the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville. Indeed, former Proud Boys member Jason Kessler helped to organize the event, which brought together Klansmen, antisemites, Southern racists, and militias. Kessler was only “expelled” from the group after the violence and near-universal condemnation of the Charlottesville rally-goers.”
According to Eli Rosenberg of the Washington Post, the Proud Boys have been described by the FBI as a far-right, male-exclusive group and the bureau also considers the group to have ties to white nationalism.
Let’s not forget that slave masters often had mulatto children. When suspected White supremacists and their sympathizers try to hide their racism behind a Black-face, remember the term, “Honorary Aryan.”
THE SLAVE MASTERS ALWAYS FELT SUPERIOR TO THE SLAVE, NO MATTER HOW OFTEN THEY MAY HAVE BONDED.