Imagine, for a second, that the anti-racists who control mainstream media and politics were actually something more than just an anti-white group...imagine that they were bona fide universalists rather than the glib hypocrites that we've come to know and loathe. So what would one of their favorite causes, the 'Hate Crimes' law, look like?
Such seems pretty obvious to me---it would be a sentencing enhancement that kicked in any time the victim and offender were on different sides of an accredited line of potential hatred. For instance, if the offender was white and the victim black, or vice versa, it'd kick in. If the offender was Jewish and the victim non-Jewish, it'd kick in. No determination of whether particular, as opposed to general, hatred was involved would be made, the sentence would just get the enhancement if a conviction was made. The theoretical justification would be that such crimes, in addition to being unpleasant to the victims, also increase the level of tension on both sides of the accredited line of potential hatred. Someone who is actually anti-racist, as opposed to anti-white, wouldn't lose any sleep over the fact that the number of black offender sentences thus enhanced would be much greater than the number of white offender sentences similarly augmented.
But obviously, this isn't what we see. Hate crime statutes are applied with much much greater frequency as a fraction of interracial crimes when the white person is the offender. It takes a massive hue and cry to even get such considered when the offender is black, and it is rarely applied even then.
The take away here for any honest anti-racists or universalists---assuming any such even exist, is that you're in a bootleggers/baptists alliance with anti-whites, and they outnumber you so incredibly massively in that alliance that it makes no sense to call it a Baptist concern. Some years ago, when I was in college, I proposed exactly such a hate crime law to many bootleggers from the first and second sigma. Needless to say, they weren't enthusiastic at all about it.
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