Tuesday, May 10, 2016


You may already know about this:
On Monday evening, California's secretary of state published a list of delegates chosen by the Trump campaign for the upcoming Republican presidential primary in the state. Trump's slate includes William Johnson, one of the country's most prominent white nationalists....

Johnson leads the American Freedom Party, a group that "exists to represent the political interests of White Americans" and aims to preserve "the customs and heritage of the European American people." ... it is "arguably the most important white nationalist group in the country," according to Mark Potok, a senior fellow for the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which tracks hate groups....

Johnson says that in his application to be a GOP delegate for Trump he disclosed multiple details about his background and activism, though he did not specifically use the term "white nationalist." ... Johnson has gained notice during the presidential primary for funding pro-Trump robocalls that convey a white nationalist message. "The white race is dying out in America and Europe because we are afraid to be called 'racist,'" Johnson says in one robocall pushed out to residential landlines in Vermont and Minnesota. "…Donald Trump is not racist, but Donald Trump is not afraid. Don't vote for a Cuban. Vote for Donald Trump."
Under a pseudonym, Johnson once wrote and promoted an ethnic cleansing amendment to the U.S. Constitution:
... Johnson wrote a 1989 book, under the name James O. Pace, called "Amendment to the Constitution," backing what became known as the Pace Amendment. Here it is, in part:
No person shall be a citizen of the United States unless he is a non-Hispanic white of the European race, in whom there is no ascertainable trace of Negro blood, nor more than one-eighth Mongolian, Asian, Asia Minor, Middle Eastern, Semitic, Near Eastern, American Indian, Malay or other non-European or non-white blood, provided that Hispanic whites, defined as anyone with an Hispanic ancestor, may be citizens if, in addition to meeting the aforesaid ascertainable trace and percentage tests, they are in appearance indistinguishable from Americans whose ancestral home is the British Isles or Northwestern Europe. Only citizens shall have the right and privilege to reside permanently in the United States.
He believed this could be accomplished through a combination of gentle persuasion and force:
To smooth the process, Johnson proposed that financial incentives be offered to nonwhites who cooperate with the government in the deportation process. Nonwhites who are too old to leave would be allowed to stay, as they were past childbearing age and did not present an obstacle to long-term racial homogeneity. Johnson imagined that black Americans could be employed to help the transition. He wrote, "Because of their physical abilities, the blacks would be the ideal enforcers."
All of this made Johnson so radioactive that even Ron Paulrejected his endorsement in 2008 (though only after Johnson hosted a fundraiser for him). Son Rand kept contributions from Johnson and other overt racists in his 2010 Senate campaign.

But just because Johnson has a cause he's passionate about, don't think he lacks a sense of humor. I found this video on the American Freedom Party's YouTube page:

Har-har! What a kneeslapper!



I love this response:




Victor said...

Yet another unfunn "comedy video!

Conservatives lack the "irony" gene, so they're not funny.

No matter how they try!
And they DO try!
To the amusement of us all - just not the amusement they intended...

KenRight said...

Rupert Murdoch is not Jewish, a common error.
Does anyone know if any of those listed are critics rather than supporters of and donators to organizations which support the nation whose system of rule Bishop Tutu condemned as worse than apartheid?

Steve M. said...

Where do you see Murdoch? I don't see him in that video.

Ten Bears said...

I am laughing, at the "superiority".

Lawrence said...

Tune this fucker up with a lead pipe.