You thought, or still think Trump is racist? You are missing the point of Trump’s avoidance of condemning White Supremacy.

Carlos Morales
8 min readSep 30, 2020
Donald Trump vs Joe Biden in their first Presidential Debate

Before I start this blog post. I’m going to send out a warning to anyone that reads this: This story is very controversial, very hot button, and very violent. If you are a kid, please have your parent present to oversee your content.

Warning #2: I don’t claim to be an expert, and I don’t expect you to believe me. I am not a conspiracy theorist, and I don’t want you to treat me like one. If you disrespect me. I will do it back.

Let’s start by why I am posting this blog post. There are still people who reject information, regardless of how urgent it really is. Onto the article…

The first 2020 Presidential Debate just wrapped up, and people are still coming back to the same “Oh, Trump’s a racist.” And this stupid “Hitler 2.0” idea. None of you people understand why Trump avoids condemning White Supremacy and pretends to “stand by” the White Supremacy.

First of all, even if White Supremacy wasn’t a “hate group,” I mean it is, but bear with me for a second here. The idea of “White Supremacist” is as follows, and I’m going to bold it for you so you can understand yourself:

White supremacy or white supremacism is the belief that white people are superior to those of other races and thus should dominate them. White supremacy has roots in the now-discredited doctrine of scientific racism and often relies on pseudoscientific arguments, and was a key justification for colonialism. It underlies a spectrum of contemporary movements including neo-Confederates, neo-Nazism and Christian Identity.

Different forms of white supremacism put forth different conceptions of who is considered white (though the exemplar is generally light-skinned, blond-haired, and blue-eyed, traits most common in northern Europe), and groups of white supremacists identify various racial and ethnic enemies, most commonly those of African ancestry, indigenous peoples of the Americas and Australia, and Jews.[1]

The term is also used to describe the development of this belief into a political ideology that imposes and maintains social, political, historical, or institutional domination by white people. This ideology has been put into effect through socioeconomic and legal structures such as the Atlantic slave trade, Jim Crow laws in the United States, the White Australia policies from the 1890s to the mid-1970s, and apartheid in South Africa.[2][3]

In academic usage, particularly in critical race theory or intersectionality, “white supremacy” can also refer to a social system in which white people enjoy structural advantages (privilege) over other ethnic groups, on both a collective and individual level, despite formal legal equality.

Source: Wikipedia.

So, to break this down, White Supremacists are “privileged white people power.” Trump is white, sooo… he would be denouncing himself, and Biden, and so on. In theory, Trump thinks he’s better than you. Or I, or the next person on American soil. And, no, that’s not racism. That’s just an ideology.

To better understand what I mean, later in the same entry, it’s explained, and I quote:

The term white supremacy is used in some academic studies of racial power to denote a system of structural or societal racism which privileges white people over others, regardless of the presence or the absence of racial hatred. White racial advantages occur at both a collective and an individual level (ceteris paribus, i. e., when individuals are compared that do not relevantly differ except in ethnicity). Legal scholar Frances Lee Ansley explains this definition as follows:

By “white supremacy” I do not mean to allude only to the self-conscious racism of white supremacist hate groups. I refer instead to a political, economic and cultural system in which whites overwhelmingly control power and material resources, conscious and unconscious ideas of white superiority and entitlement are widespread, and relations of white dominance and non-white subordination are daily reenacted across a broad array of institutions and social settings.[62][63]

However, [most] White Supremacy, or White Supremacists are hate groups who are people who organize for a cause, to raise, or other activities.. Here’s a former KKK member admitting as much…

David Duke, a former Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, believed that the Internet was going to create a “chain reaction of racial enlightenment that will shake the world.” Jessie Daniels, of CUNY-Hunter College, also said that racist groups see the Internet as a way to spread their ideologies, influence others and gain supporters.[30] Legal scholar Richard Hasen describes a “dark side” of social media:

There certainly were hate groups before the Internet and social media. [But with social media] it just becomes easier to organize, to spread the word, for people to know where to go. It could be to raise money, or it could be to engage in attacks on social media. Some of the activity is virtual. Some of it is in a physical place. Social media has lowered the collective-action problems that individuals who might want to be in a hate group would face. You can see that there are people out there like you. That’s the dark side of social media.[31]

During the debates, Presidential Debate Moderator Chris Wallace poses the question of if President Trump denounces KKK, ANTIFA, and White Supremacy. Thing is, he can’t denounce KKK or White Supremacy outright. White Supremacy or White Supremacists mean many different things to many people, which is cause for confusion for 90% of you. Many of you — when you think of White Supremacy or White Supremacists — you think of them as hate groups, but as I have shown you above, that it is also a privileged lifestyle of superiority. They have power and resources to do whatever is their objective. Most White Supremacists are right here in United States, living among the law-abiding citizens or are citizens themselves. KKK, on the other hand, is here, too. They are not going to say who they are as KKK walking among citizens, they will only reveal themselves as KKK to another member of the “tribe,” if you will. So, no… Trump ain’t going to “denounce” them, or call them out as a terrorist group(s).

Trump denounced ANTIFA, because they are similar to KKK in a lot of ways. The wikipedia entry says the following about ANTIFA, but I’ll explain why it’s an organization, rather than just an ideology (ahem; an idea)…

Antifa (/ænˈtiːfə, ˈæntiˌfɑː/)[1] is an anti-fascist and left-wing political movement in the United States[2][3][4][5] comprising an array of autonomous[6][7] groups that aim to achieve their objectives through the use of both nonviolent and violent direct action rather than through policy reform.[8][9][10][11] A highly decentralized movement, antifa political activists are anti-racists who engage in protest tactics, seeking to combat fascists and racists such as neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other far-right extremists.[12] This may involve digital activism,[13] harassment,[14] physical violence[14] and property damage[15] against those whom they identify as belonging to the far-right.[14][16][17][18]

Individuals involved in the movement tend to hold anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist, anti-fascist and anti-state views,[19][20] subscribing to a range of left-wing ideologies such as anarchism, communism, Marxism, social democracy and socialism.[21][22][23][24][25] Both the name antifa and the logo with two flags representing anarchism and communism are derived from the German Antifa movement.[26] Antifa actions have received both criticism and praise.[27][28][29] Conspiracy theories about antifa which tend to inaccurately portray antifa as a single organization with leaders and secret sources of funding have been spread by right-wing activists, media organisations and politicians,[30] including Trump administration officials[31][32][33][34][35] and the 2020 Trump campaign.[36] There have been multiple efforts to discredit antifa groups via hoaxes on social media, many of them false flag attacks originating from alt-right and 4chan users posing as antifa backers on Twitter.[37][38][39] Some hoaxes have been picked up and reported as fact by right-leaning media.[37][40][41]

Source: Wikipedia.

As you can see, the entry refers to them as “autonomous groups” so, your preconceived notion that ANTIFA isn’t a “group” is flawed. They are basically the very same thing that CHOP in Portland was. The domain name “Antifa.com” even redirects to the Biden campaign website. However, the origin of Anti-facist (Get it? Anti-fa?) is from the Middle East. Germany, Italy, mostly communist countries.

In contrast, KKK was born right here in United States…

The Ku Klux Klan (/ˌkuː klʌks ˈklæn, ˌkjuː-/),[a] commonly called the KKK or the Klan, is an American white supremacist hate group whose primary targets are African Americans, as well as Jews, immigrants, leftists, homosexuals, and, until recently, Catholics.[21] The Klan has existed in three distinct eras at different points in time during the history of the United States. Each has advocated extremist reactionary positions such as white nationalism, anti-immigration and — especially in later iterations — Nordicism,[22][23] antisemitism, prohibition, homophobia, Islamophobia, anti-atheism, and anti-Catholicism. Historically, the first Klan used terrorism — both physical assault and murder — against politically active blacks and their allies in the South in the late 1860s, until it was suppressed around 1872. All three movements have called for the “purification” of American society and all are considered “right-wing extremist” organizations.[24][25][26][27] In each era, membership was secret and estimates of the total were highly exaggerated by both friends and enemies.

Source: Wikipedia.

Basically, what Trump is trying to avoid is a civil war between ANTIFA and KKK, because they are polarizing and different ideologies. One is racist, and the other is “not racist.” It sounds weird, but look at the definitions.

Do your research, before going out, and hating someone for saying what you think is controversial. As of right now, most people who hate Trump are subverted. Yes, people… Right now is the period of “subversion.” Start reading about it. One final take away is this: Form. Your. OWN. Opinion. Or become stupid.

EDIT: I was going to edit this story with deeper insights, but the next morning, I forgot what I was going to say. When I wrote this, it was after the first Presidential Debate, I was half-asleep, ready to go to sleep. But, nonetheless, on November 11, 2020 — Valuetainment did an interview with a former ANTIFA member (circa 2011), and he reflects much of what I said in this story, and similar stories I’ve posted in the past. Give it a watch, and be educated.

More Reading: What is ANTIFA?

Furthermore, on November 6, 2020 — right after the election, the Biden/Harris campaign released a Socialist video…

So, the next time you get angry at Trump, just remember that he was right all along, and was trying to be in the way of Democrat’s socialist takeover.

One last thing before I go: If you still think Trump is racist, let’s bring out a video recorded back in 2008. Right in front of the WWE Universe, in all places…

Next to Trump is former WWE (ECW) Hardcore Champion, Bobby Lashley, a black man. Trump had NO problem standing next to a black man!

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