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August 20, 2019 --I'm white. I'm not a globalist. By default, I am a white nationalist (as opposed to white globalist.)

That appears to posture me as an execrable terrorist in the opinion of National Review. 

That apparent opinion was expressed in an article titled, It’s Time to Declare War on White-Nationalist Terrorism. The writer explicates his shallow perspectives by citing news-hyped acts of violence committed by white guys. 

Missing from the diatribe:

• 5,001 people of color were reported massacred by Islamic hate groups during the first six months of 2019. [source]

• 52.2 percent of homicides were committed by blacks; nearly all by black males ages 18 to 49 who comprise about four percent of the nation's population. [source]

• "Between July 16 and July 28th, 2019, There Were 36 Mass Shootings Across the United States: Blacks Were Suspects in 34 of Them". 

Included in the diatribe are mentions of the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, a woman killed by a motorist in Charlottesville, Virginia, and the New Zealand massacre in which two mosques were shot up by a lone gunman. 

It's akin to fishing the oceans for the rare Bluefin Damselfish while ignoring the other 18,000 species as if they don't exist.

Recall Kenn's Law #8 : "We tend to find what we're looking for." If what you're looking for is white nationalist terrorism, you will find it everywhere.

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