The (Anti-) American Creed
by Douglas Mercer
KYLE Rittenhouse did an American deed but no sooner was the ink dry on his verdict than he popped up all scrubbed and prepped on deracinated Fox News to spout the “American Creed.” Between the two is a vast chasm that will never be bridged.
No sooner had he hearkened back to those heroes of old than he aped those mealy-mouthed cowards of today. Tucker Carlson stood him up straight and had him put on the Boy Scout mien and dribble out the most egregious words of our time: “I’m not a racist.” When the real question, of course, is “Have you stopped beating your wife?” And then, to add injury to insult, he says that he supports the Black Lives Matter movement.
So, just to recap, he strapped on a gun and went to guard his community from the Jew-weaponized savages who were burning it down; and then, after he successfully defended it, he turns around and says he supports the savages’ movement, the same movement that tried to kill and crucify him. This is the zombiefication of ideology, when The Narrative is so powerful even those who have seen its evil up close fall prey to it.
When he did this interview heard round the world, Conservatism, Incorporated was weeping for joy; here was a young man who in past times might have put on an Adam Smith tie and told all the world that America is an “exceptional” and non-racial nation. See, they say, this was just about the right to self-defense — not about race. We’re not racist, we just believe in law.
Kyle himself said that his case was “not about race.” But everything in America today is about race, and to see and understand this fact is our best — and only — chance of survival.
Despite the protestations of the Ben Shapiros of this world, Rittenhouse’s case was about race and nothing but race. It’s the reason Joy Ried went apoplectic at the verdict, and why the rubber room denizens of the Jewish media said it shows how White people have always had a special kind of citizenship, and how the verdict reinforces “narratives of White Supremacy endemic to America.” Well, nowadays White people do have a special kind of citizenship: second class. And when’s the last time anyone’s actually seen a White supremacist narrative being pushed in the primary media? 1924?
So in one sentence of ill-advised words, Rittenhouse managed pry defeat from the mouth of victory and go from Valhalla to the kiddie pool. And the sound you heard roundabout you, just as he was uttering those words, was the sound of ferocious winds being let out of a million sails.
And, sure, you can always say “he’s just a kid.” True enough. But anyone who could do what he did and see and experience what he experienced, and see our media and our legal system at their most vile and anti-White worst — surely he could have held his ground and spoken the truth.
Like clockwork, in response to the verdict a White-hating Black maniac took to the streets of Wisconsin and mowed down some dancing White grannies in a Christmas parade. But the cucked conservatives say that’s not about race either. But if you believe that, I’ll sell you Manhattan for $24, surely $24 more than it is currently worth. It’s high time that every single Republican coward sobers up and sobers up good, and realizes that the civic nationalist fantasy world of the increasingly avuncular Tucker Carlson is no longer going to cut it. It’s no way to win a race war.
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