“Anti-Racist” Camp. It’s a religious cult. It is as mainstream in the Democratic party as Christianity is mainstream in the Republican party. As a religion, “anti-racism” is not science, nor is it based on logic or argument. It is based on the words of priests.

The Anti-Racism cult is violent and it has a long history of violence – 1,900 bombings in 1972 alone. Some of the terrorists now hold high positions in the government and academia.

The entire “mainstream” media, to include every newspaper except for the Wall Street Journal and every TV station except for FOX News, promotes this religious cult.

Of course, they call it “Anti-Racism” but what it is is Anti-White. Anti-European people, people racialized as “white” but not “Jewish.” In America, the primary target of the cult are the Americans who are the direct progeny of the Founders of the country.

The cult engages in dehumanization of Americans, and even recent European immigrants.

In 1996, Gregory Stanton, the founding president of Genocide Watch, presented a briefing paper called “The 8 Stages of Genocide” at the United States Department of State. In it he suggested that genocide develops in eight stages that are “predictable but not inexorable”.

Stanton first conceived and published his stages of genocide model in the 1987 Faulds Lecture at Warren Wilson College, also presented to the American Anthropological Association in 1987. In 2012, Stanton added two additional stages, Discrimination and Persecution, to his model, which resulted in a 10-stage model of genocide. The stages are not linear, and usually several occur simultaneously. Stanton’s model is a conceptual model for analyzing the processes of genocide, and for determining preventive measures that might be taken to combat or stop each process.

Ten stages of genocide

  1. Classification: People are divided into “them and us”.

“People of Color” vs. “white.” All people in the entire world, except for those of European ancestry, are “People of Color.” “White” people, less than ten percent of the global population, are singled out for exclusion.

  1. Symbolization: When combined with hatred, symbols may be forced upon unwilling members of pariah groups.

Instead of forcing people racialized as white but not Jewish to wear yellow stars, every symbol associated with Americans, to include the American flag and the Nation anthem, are declared “racist.”

  1. Discrimination: Law or cultural power excludes groups from full civil rights: segregation or apartheid laws, denial of voting rights.

Only people racialized as “white but not Jewish” can be legally discriminated against under existing US law, and indeed, white people are openly discriminated against via various “Affirmative Action” laws and “Diversity” programs.

  1. Dehumanization: One group denies the humanity of the other group. Members of it are equated with animals, vermin, insects, or diseases.

Such hate speech against people racialized as white but not Jewish is printed in the New York Times and posted on social media by professors and even corporate executives daily.

  1. Organization: Genocide is always organized… Special army units or militias are often trained and armed.

Ongoing, organized racial violence against whites is actively covered up by the media. Groups engaging in violence against whites are praised in the mainstream media, such as Antifa and BLM. The military is currently being purged of whites who are insufficiently anti-white and may resist orders to commit genocide.

  1. Polarization: Hate groups broadcast polarizing propaganda.

The entire mass media engages in non-stop anti-white hate propaganda. “Basket full of deplorables.” “White Supremacist.” “Far-right.” “Evangelical.” “Racist.” “Abolish whiteness.” All of these anti-white terms are mainstream and promoted at the highest levels of academic.

  1. Preparation: Mass killing is planned. Victims are identified and separated because of their ethnic or religious identity…

“Abolish whiteness.”

  1. Persecution: Expropriation, forced displacement, ghettos, concentration camps.

The attorney for America’s official state broadcaster, PBS, was caught on tape planning “re-education camps” for white children forcibly removed from their families. Whites fleeing violence in America’s cities, starting in the 1960’s, were themselves blamed for “racism” and “white flight,” and when they attempt to move back to the cities, they are called “racist gentrifiers.”

  1. Extermination: It is ‘extermination’ to the killers because they do not believe their victims to be fully human.

“Whites are racists therefore are subhuman.” “It’s ok to kill a white nazi.” “White racists have no human rights.”

  1. Denial: The perpetrators… deny that they committed any crimes…

“There is no Great Replacement, that is a racist conspiracy theory.” “White genocide is a far-right anti-semitic conspiracy theory.” “It’s ok to punch a nazi.” “Decolonize America.” “Abolish whiteness.”