Racializing the “Gun Right”
by John I. Johnson
AN INTERNET commenter recently stated: “Racializing the Gun Right wouldn’t be difficult. Anti-racism signaling is a palliative gun-owning boomers use to gloss over the fact that gun store and gun show staff and customers are almost all White. Furthermore, they all know politicians could care less about the fact that Tyrone can buy a full auto AK on the street while Robert has to go through the two week waiting period and background check to buy a Ruger 10/22. Gun control needs to be aggressively framed as White disarmament.”
William Pierce’s The Turner Diaries, a very radical novel, became an underground bestseller despite being systematically blocked from all commercial publication and trade distribution channels. A substantial number of copies were sold at gun shows, though I don’t know the proportion. So gun owners were much more open to permitting (by that I mean not rigidly policing and censoring) diverse views than conservatives, who not only would never advertise, much less permit the sale of such a book — they even refused to carry paid ads for, or review, a book as mild as The Dispossessed Majority.
Of course, this is no longer the 1980s or 1990s. There has been a generational change, which the Jewish planners always calculate for. They have a longer time horizon than Whites. They routinely and consciously pursue cross-generational social change campaigns and policies, often noting that “that generation has to die off” before certain of their agenda items can be achieved. That’s why they obsessively target children and youth. Young Whites now constitute a much smaller percentage of the population, and they are more heavily indoctrinated even than their predecessors were.
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