White genocide conspiracy theory

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The supposed White genocide conspiracy theory is a mostly straw man description of pro-White views on the mass immigration and changing White demographics.

The pro-White views and arguments and views are mostly ignored, in favor of attacking and dismissing the supposed conspiracy theory claims and/or attacking and dismissing the supposed genocide claims. While some pro-White supporters may make such claims, others do not. Even if they do, the claims are often misrepresented in politically correct source.

Assuming that there is absolutely no conspiracy and absolutely no genocide, then there is still the demographic changes and their consequences.

Conspiracy vs. similar group behavior

It is possible for a large group of people to behave similarly without being involved in a conspiracy. For example, people from a particular ethnicity often tend to support policies seen as beneficial for the ethnicity. Thus, the absence of a conspiracy does not necessarily mean the absence of generally similar behavior by the members of a similar group, such as by the members of particular ethnicities or by the members of groups such as employers benefiting from increased employee wage competition.

See also Jews and immigration and National Council of La Raza.

Demographic genocide

The term demographic genocide is sometimes used to describe the demographic consequences. While mass migration, race mixing, and population replacement may not cause a genocide in the sense of murdering a group, genocide has been described as a more general concept: "Generally speaking, genocide… is intended rather to signify a coordinated plan of different actions aiming at the destruction of essential foundations of the life of national groups, with the aim of annihilating the groups themselves. The objectives of such a plan would be the disintegration of the political and social institutions, of culture, language, national feelings, religion, and the economic existence of national groups, and the destruction of the personal security, liberty, health, dignity, and even the lives of the individuals belonging to such groups… Genocide has two phases: one, destruction of the national pattern of the oppressed group [called: denationalization]; the other, the imposition of the national pattern of the oppressor."[1]

Double standards regarding non-White demographic changes

One of many politically correct double standards is that politically correct sources have often condemned mass immigration and negative demographic changes when they happen, or may happen, to non-Whites, such as regarding Kurds in Syria, Muslims and Tibetans in China, and various "noble savage" groups.

Another example is Israel, with Jewish demographic concerns regarding the Palestinians becoming the majority in the future not being dismissed as a "Jewish genocide conspiracy theory".

Eurabia conspiracy theory

A similar tactic is used to dismiss concerns regarding Islamization and anti-Islamization, involving a supposed "Eurabia" conspiracy theory. See also Islamization and anti-Islamization: Eurabia.

See also

References

  1. John Fuerst. (2015). "The Nature of Race". Submitted: December 25, 2014. Published: June 18, 2015. Open Behavioral Genetics. http://openpsych.net/OBG/2015/06/the-nature-of-race/