Essays

This Must Not Be Countenanced

Censorship of “hate speech” is genocide.

by John I. Johnson

PERHAPS THE MOST fundamental of all rights is the right of biological and cultural group survival, the attempt to destroy which, whether committed by governments or by ostensibly non-governmental entities such as organized Jewry, is “genocide.”

We have reached a point where meaningful discussion of issues such as the continuation of massive, unchecked non-White immigration into European homelands worldwide; the permanent presence of enormous, genetically invasive and unassimilable populations within our borders; institutionalized racial discrimination on a staggering scale against the White populace in favor of Jews and non-Whites; the saturation of culture and society with unchecked anti-White hatred and physical brutality; and the systematic, deliberate annihilation of every legal, cultural, institutional, and ethical norm essential to the conservation of the biological substrate of the population and its unique physical, mental, cultural and institutional identity, has contemptuously been swept from the public square, thereby rendering peaceful, lawful institutional alteration or reversal of the situation impossible. That which cannot be discussed or criticized cannot be changed, except by those in power who designed and implemented the policies because of their unreasoning enmity and hatred for their victims.

As the key component of a program that must inevitably lead to the genetic and cultural annihilation of our native populations and cultures, the governing elites of the West have effectively conferred upon a tiny, invisible, unelected, and unaccountable cabal of Jews the power to eradicate those forms of speech that are a necessary precondition for group self-definition, consciousness, self-governance and survival. The infinitely flexible, amorphous, legal-philosophical rubric that has been adopted without public discussion to accomplish this illegitimate goal is “hate speech.”

Jewish/governmental monitoring and suppression of this non-defined but tacitly understood category of speech is objectively racist and genocidal — the act of verbal and mental suppression itself is coextensive with genocide.

Such a situation cannot be countenanced.

Western ethical and legal norms have never, at any time, conferred upon group leaders anything remotely resembling such menacing, repugnant power. Leaders therefore could not furtively delegate to organized Jewry a power they never legitimately possessed in the first place. Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson indirectly articulated the essence of the Western social contract between leaders and led when he wrote that “One’s right to life, liberty, and property, to free speech, a free press, freedom of worship and assembly, and other fundamental rights may not be submitted to vote; they depend on the outcome of no elections.”

As far as organized Jewry is concerned, the prohibition against genocide, which Jews themselves formulated (see James J. Martin, The Man Who Invented ‘Genocide’: The Public Career and Consequences of Raphael Lemkin, Institute for Historical Review, 1984), beyond the shadow of a doubt explicitly forbids such actions. The representatives of the Jews therefore stand condemned out of their own mouths, as usual.

A distinction between “right” and “power” is acknowledged. Jewry and all those inside or outside government who serve it clearly possess the power to eradicate group consciousness as a prelude to the genetic annihilation of the targeted population. However, neither Jews, nor any government on the face of the earth, possesses any right to do so.

This fact must never be forgotten.

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