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The Power Behind White Domination



According to CNN, Mark Potok, senior fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center, said the term white nationalism means white domination. It isn’t necessarily an endorsement of a 100% pure white society, a goal now regarded by the far right as unrealistic, he said.

“White nationalism is more the idea that whites should dominate,” he said, that the culture should dominate and policies that jibe with the idea should be supported, such as opposing nonwhite immigration.

White nationalists believe the country “should be built by and for white people.” They “tend to be less about ethnic slurs, less about Nazi slurs, tend to speak more academic language.”


For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms (Ephesians 6:12). Satan the ultimate brain behind the division and hate, uses a spirit called the white man demon. Those with ears to hear will hear. I have not found a black man demon and have been told that evil spirit does not exist. No people other than whites have a drive (seen in history to the present) to dominate people. The power behind the hate is supernatural. Satan chose this skin according to the fallen angels because they are not God’s originally called people. This has nothing to do with salvation, but the Scriptures clearly speaks on God’s favoritism. Listen, my dear brothers and sisters: Has not God chosen those who are poor in the eyes of the world to be rich in faith and to inherit the kingdom he promised those who love him (James 2:5)? It is important that you never fail to focus on Jesus, not the white anti-christ Jesus that Satan set up, but never forget that “God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth” (John 4:24).


“Since coming to law enforcement attention in late 2004, the term ‘ghost skins’ has gained currency among white supremacists to describe those who avoid overt displays of their beliefs to blend into society and covertly advance white supremacist causes. One Internet posting described this effort as a form of role-playing; in which ‘to create the character, you must get inside the mind of the person you are trying to duplicate.’ Such role-playing has application to ad-hoc and organized law enforcement infiltration. At least one white supremacist group has reportedly encouraged ghost skins to seek positions in law enforcement for the capability of alerting skinhead crews of pending investigative action against them.”

This is an excerpt from a 2006 FBI warning, which has come back to haunt us again because of the recent stories in the news of police brutality against African-Americans and the targeting of police officers in retribution that took place in Dallas, which ended in the first time a robot strapped with a bomb took out a suspect. We’ve reached the next level of violence in America, and it is Terminator, but what did we ever do about the ghost skins?

In the wake of all this disgusting violence, we are reminded about institutional racism, and that America is becoming numb to witnessing unjustified violence perpetrated by police against people simply because of their skin color. That’s why #BlackLivesMatter has to be said after all, at the same time that we say that violence never solves anything but creates more violence.

Over the years, we’ve seen stories of cops who turned out to be in the KKK in addition to all the police brutality against unarmed black citizens. Concrete evidence of ghost skins? People working for skinheads but masquerading as serving and protecting the diverse American public perhaps, as disgusting as that sounds.

Surely it can be no surprise with all of these active hate groups, that some of them would be working to quietly infiltrate positions in law enforcement or government, so that they can further their causes. We’ve had cases of senators, a Supreme Court Justice and even past Presidents who have been linked to the KKK.

A study by the Center for Policing Equity that was released last week indicates that “black residents were more often targeted for use of police force than white residents, even when adjusting for whether the person was a violent criminal.” It is also true that the people killing police officers are more often white offenders.

Christian: Keep praying that God would uncover evil and bring dark things into the light for its removal. Keep praying that Jesus will grant you supernatural discernment, so that you may lead a life if possible more peaceably.

The truth will set you free. Jesus said that.

Yes, white privilege is real, so what the heck is it?


When President Obama stood up to honor the Dallas police officers killed last week, he didn’t hold back on the racial tensions dividing Americans right now. As he said in his speech, “We also know that centuries of racial discrimination, of slavery, of subjugation, and Jim Crow, they didn’t’ simply vanish with the end of lawful segregation.”

There’s no pretending racial inequality doesn’t exist, even in 2016, and yet people still have trouble understanding and acknowledging the presence of white privilege — the idea that white people have an advantage in a number of areas compared to people of color.

It may not feel comfortable to admit, but white privilege is real, and if we’re going to try and dismantle the system of institutionalized racism in this country, we need to recognize the signs of white privilege.

The following are just a few examples of white privilege. Check to see how many apply to you:

1. You went to an elite, well-funded college.

A 2013 report from Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce showed that despite Black and Latino students’ growing participation rate in higher education, white students are over-represented in the 468 top, most selective, and well-funded colleges. When it comes to two and four-year colleges, Black and Latino students attend at higher rates than white ones.

2. You got a college scholarship.

White students get 40 percent more private scholarship money than students of color, according to a 2011 Student Aid Policy Analysis. Additionally, white students receive 76 percent of all merit-based scholarships, even though they represent less than 62 percent of the student population.

3. Your name has never prevented you from getting a job.

Studies have shown that job-seekers with “white” names on their resumes are 50 percent more likely to get a callback than those with traditionally black-sounding names like Jamal or Lakisha.

4. You get paid more than or as much as your peers (even if you’re a woman).

We’re all well aware of the often trotted out fact that women make 77 cents on the dollar compared to men. But, were you aware that black women make 64 cents on that same dollar, and Latina women only make 53 cents.

5. You’ve never had trouble finding housing.

A study from the Department of Housing and Urban Development showed that people of color faced more subtle challenges when it came to finding housing, like being refused appointments to see homes and being shown fewer available units than white applicants with similar qualifications.

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6. You can apply for a credit card without worrying whether you’ll get it or not.

Despite the denial from banks, a study from the Reserve Bank of Boston has shown that people who live in white neighborhoods are more likely to be approved for credit cards than those living in black neighborhoods.

7. If you went missing, you’re reasonably sure it would make the news.

Mainstream media covers the murders and abductions of affluent or middle-class white girls far more than those of boys, poor kids and kids of color despite the fact that around 42 percent of missing children are Black.

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