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April 19, 2018 -- A pro-life feminist has voiced support for white South African farmers who are victims of genocide. She also posting memes co Given the far left's penchant for stigmatizing everyone with whom they disagree as a racist, this HuffPost story should be taken with a grain of salt. 

Nonetheless, published its own accounting, apparently borrowing from the HuffPost article. 

My takeaways: 

• Is is. 

My core philosophy can be summed in a two words: Is is. That is, reality is what it is. 

White nationalist ideology should not be discarded out of hand simply because cultural Marxism deems it "repugnant."  If a cultural Marxist declares, "One-plus-one equals two," I would be in agreement. 

• People change their minds. 

Humiliating people who are wrong is not persuasive. It's hurtful. And when they eventually come to see they light, they will remember the pain. Consequently, they often remain resistant due to resentment. 

We often contend in harsh tones with whose whom we differ. The problem with that approach: Few people admit to being wrong, even when proven so. 

The core philosophy is: When you contend over ideology, do so in a friendly, welcoming manner so when your opponents see the light, the transition will be immediate. 

• The issue is pro-life; not pro-white

Fake feminists advocate abortion. When an outspoken feminist dares to buck the trend, fake feminists move into full-cult mode and stigmatize the wondering sheep as an apostate, heretic and infidel. However, being pro-life has no stigma outside the fake-feminist cult. The cult must find some other label with which to shame the fallen. The convenient label is "racist. 

From Huffington Post ▼

Anti-abortion groups are distancing themselves from a prominent writer, activist and thought leader in the movement who has leaned into white nationalism since Donald Trump’s election. 

Kristen Walker Hatten, former vice president of the anti-abortion group New Wave Feminists and a contributor to The Dallas Morning News, has spoken at universities and events around the country about the need for mainstream feminism to embrace women who oppose abortion rights. She has written articles for Live Action News, the organization behind the heavily edited “sting” videos that inspired Republicans in Congress to investigate Planned Parenthood, and gained media attention in early 2017 when New Wave Feminists was ousted from a partnership with the Women’s March.

Hatten wrote in late 2016 that she found Trump to be so “creepy, gross and tacky” and such a “repugnant chauvinist” during his campaign that she quit the internet for a while to avoid reading about him. But after he won, something changed. Hatten began sharing white supremacist content on social media. She self-identified on Twitter as alt-right and “ethnonationalist” ― the same term used by white nationalist icon Richard Spencer. She mused on Facebook that immigrant “invaders” are replacing white Europeans in their own countries, and shared a post imploring Trump to grant “asylum” to white South Africans. 


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