R*ce, Culture, White Genoc*de? | Roundtable Discussion



That Guy T https://www.youtube.com/user/ThatLibertarianT Millennial Woes https://www.youtube.com/user/MillennialWoes Greg Johnson …

47 thoughts on “R*ce, Culture, White Genoc*de? | Roundtable Discussion

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    Admittedly, I understand the argument that having a homogeneous nation reduces aesthetic differences among the population and therefore could reduce certain tensions and sources of conflict, I completely disagree with Greg's conclusion that creating a completely ethnically European America would somehow make America better. This completely ignores the fact that prior to the globalism that we are familiar with today, homogeneous experienced racism (I assume, and would argue) on the same level as we find today. Look at the Irish gangs that sprang up in New York and the very real anti Irish sentiments that the country felt in the mid 1800s. Also, when you read anything by Shakespeare, it becomes quite obvious that the discrimination that England experienced (what we might call racism looking back though they would not have used that term because I don't think it existed then) was very real and common. Interestingly, the word race was used quite differently by Shakespeare, and throughout the English speaking world; it was used to refer to lineage or families. So the racism that England experienced in the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras was more akin to what we would call classism today. People judged and discriminated against others based on the merits of their family, whether they came from a family of high class or were poor, or whether they were of noble birth or were from a family of merchants. So when you think about it, Romeo and Juliet is a tale of racism. I say all of that to conclude that even if ethnonationalists were to succeed in creating the homogeneous states that they want, there would continue to be tension based on discrimination, it would be just slightly different. That exclusively white America that these people dream about might go on to hate someone based on the color of their hair or the color of their eyes, or based on the country of origin that someone's family came from.

    Note: I am only 15 minutes into the video, so forgive me if they discuss some of these points in the video.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    Greg Johnson is way off on chinese in San Francisco, chinese and other asians are the most likely to marry out and leave "china town" which is nothing but a tourist trap at this point. By his claim of "generations" of chinese who do not speak english, I guess he's referring to either new older immigrants or really really old people, because it just doesn't happen. Either these are relatives brought in on family reunification immigration processes or cheap labor immigrants, because everyone else knows english. The chinese are the most well integrated population in that region, in fact they are effectively the "whites" liberals were attempting to "bus in" minorities into in an effort to "equalize" the school system, something which really angered many asian parents.
    Beyond that, its a really bad example because the isolation of china town was not self imposed, it was externally imposed as a ghetto. So its not analogous to current issues with muslim and other migrant groups deliberately self isolating to avoid assimilation.
    Roaming screwed up bringing up singapore though, they take social engineering and repression to a whole other level, government decides where many people live based on ethnicity, not to isolate but to prevent natural segregation. In that society repression is required to maintain harmony.
    Greg bringing up Scotland was terrible, they wish to be as poz'd as Sweden, in fact they can't wait, its why they fixate on staying with the EU and separating themselves from the hated english. The SNP battle cry might as well be "better dindu than English".

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    Roaming: "I am not an American" – Was that a Freudian slip? Because I thought race does not matter and everyone can just come to the US and become an American. Just funny how you would not identify as American by your prior logic.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    Man i would have loved to be part of this conversation. I respect all the opinions expressed here but having homogeneous societies defined by race seems like an utopia to me. The world moves on and won't wait for you, all human "races" are bound to mix with eachother, that's the way it is. We developed means of transportation and communication so efficient that there is no other choice than exchanging in all its different meanings. Of course, i don't imply that countries shouldn't regulate their immigrations for national security purposes or according to their needs. But overall and overtime, we will mix.

    People want to travel, to experience life in other countries, work there, study there, its erniching personally and makes you a better person.
    I personally studied during one year in Hong Kong during my business studies, and i met many persons from alot of different countries and discovering Asian culture and meeting its people was amazing. One of the best experience i had.
    And i intend to work abroad and live abroad (permanenlty or not) in the future, have a non-white wife (i couldn't care less), and it is perfectly normal. We are free after all.

    And greetings from France to all of you.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    While the white nationalist arguments are somewhat understandable for Europeans, it will never 100% work in America. Most Americans are mixed race and multiethnic some don't even know it. The North and South American continents were built by Multicultural and Multiethnic people. It will always will be, you can't claim it's only white territory, when it is a land of immigrants and the true Native Americans aren't even white. Either leave this land multiracial or move back to Europe or an uninhibited island and form the white only society there. Problem solved.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    1:10:11 – But there are white genes in the next generation, right? Why is that not enough?

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    White nationalists discussing genetics… Try not to die laughing.
    Way too much pseudo-science with this "racial biology." Ridiculous.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    White nationalists claim to be proud of their culture, history, legacy, but the white legacy is one of mixing – going around the world and settling all around, encountering and mating with different people. Europeans are the ultimate mixers, who didn't let the sovereignty of other nations stop them from mixing.

    Why does there have to be so much emphasis on race? It seems to me that white nationalists are worried about something – possibly competing with other races. And maybe they're worried because even though whites have initiated a lot of mixing, they haven't been very nice to a lot of people.

    And why don't white people just have more children if they're so worried about population?!

    They make no sense.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    After That Guy T said he hopes Germany makes a comeback, as a German, i felt challenged. I mean who else deserves a third chance.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    Funny how Greg is against imperialism apart from the imperialism which established the USA.

  • April 21, 2017 at 9:01 pm
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    So I am sure this comment is just going to be buried among the thousands, and will perhaps not be seen by the participants in this vid. However, you guys, especially Roaming, and white nationalists in general (Not saying Roaming is a WN) is that 'hispanic white' is a white person, and 'hispanic-non-white' is a non-white person. 'Hispanic' is not a race, it is more of a linguistic group, or a set of ethnic groups that speak Spanish, which include Spaniards, Mexicans, etc.

    The people that Muricans commonly refer to as 'hispanic' are either mostly Amerindian (Natives, just not from the US or Canadia) or Mestizo (Amerindian-European mix). Mexican's, for example, are thus, mostly Amerindian or Mestizo. Although, there are Mexican's who are white, or mostly white, likely Spanish or Portuguese (Iberian Peninsula). The same is pretty much how it goes for other peoples south of the US boarder.