“Fellow Whites” Who Aren’t White
by H. Millard
LOTS OF Whites are confused when they see people who they think are also White attacking Whites. We hear them say things like “He (or she) is White so why is he saying bad things about his fellow Whites?” The truth is that many of these “White people” ragging on other Whites are not truly White. They are not really attacking people like themselves at all.
Here’s how to sort it out, at least in your own mind. Accept the convention that White (and use a capital “W” — this is a name of a distinct people) means non-Jewish people of European descent no matter where they were born or where they live. Another word historically used for us is Aryans. But there are certain non-White, non-European races that generally have light skin, just like there are several quite different races with dark skin too. Those whom you might mistake for Whites are often Jewish ethnically and perhaps religiously as well.
If you see newspaper columns attacking Whites, scratch the surface and find out the religion/ethnicity of the person writing the column — and you will often find that they have white skin but are not White.
They may look like us but they are not us.
And as far as the term Aryan goes, don’t be confused by this either. We use that term much in the way it was used in Europe in the early 20th century. That is, it means, as I wrote above: a non-Jewish White person of European descent no matter where he or she was born or where he or she lives.
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©2020 H. Millard
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