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The Anti-White Stolen Land Narrative

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There is a prevalent notion within the humanities, especially in the United States and possibly extending to the West overall, that our historical narrative is Eurocentric. This means that history has been written from the perspective of Europeans, who often portray themselves in the most favorable light while casting others in a negative or insignificant light. Despite the rigorous focus on this falsehood, various articles from typical anti-white writers argue that America was built on stolen land. In another example, Spain is said to have been founded by Muslims, not Spaniards, and even in England, some claim that the country wasn’t actually founded by Englishmen. If history is indeed Eurocentric, it is somewhat peculiar that mainstream media and universities assert that White people do not possess a legitimate basis for sovereignty in their homelands. The bottom line is, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Not only is modern history written from a non-Eurocentric standpoint, it’s written from a totally anti-white standpoint.

Most young Americans, thanks to their professors, hear the ‘stolen land’ narrative all the time. This states that their ancestors who discovered electricity and the Enlightenment were much more barbaric than primitive spear-chuckers running around butt naked in the woods, harpooning each other with sharp sticks, living in huts, and screeching like banshees before they harpooned somebody to death. But as an experiment, let’s say that this silly stolen land narrative is true. However, let’s be consistent about it and think a little bit more deeply. Let’s name all the countries that recently (in modern historical frames) were built off of “stolen land.” Starting off in Africa, countries like Sudan, Chad, Mali, Djibouti, and many more, today Arab countries in the Sahel region of Africa (I would argue 12 countries all together) which the Arabs “stole” from blacks.

The Arab colonization of Africa is often overlooked in discussions about the continent’s history. It is crucial to understand that if leftists had any consistency at all, Arab colonization would be looked as, one, quite similarly to European colonization of America, and two, having a profound impact on the native populations, leading to erosion of sovereignty and cultural genocide. This example serves to give one a better understanding of the complexities of modern-day identity politics and nationalism. As we navigate the challenges of globalization and multiculturalism, it is essential to consider the long-term implications of these historical patterns on our societies and cultures. By

Recognizing the role of Arab colonization in Africa, we can better appreciate the importance of preserving and protecting our own national identities and sovereignty.

Moving on to East Asia, Singapore is majority Chinese in its ethnic composition, but it wasn’t always this way. The land was “stolen” from the native Malay people living there. Speaking of the Chinese, China itself has a long history of “stolen land.” Events like The Boxer Rebellion in the late 1800s led to the overthrow of the Manchu-led Qing dynasty in the early 1900s, resulting in Han Chinese dominance. This led to the Manchus losing their status and being subsumed by the Han. Today, China is known for being 90% Han Chinese, but historically, this wasn’t always the case.

The Han Chinese have a long and complex history of shaping the ethnic hierarchy within China, which eventually led to their dominance over the Manchus. The fall of the Qing dynasty in 1912, which was led by the Manchus, marked a significant turning point in Chinese history. In the aftermath of the overthrow of the Qing dynasty and the establishment of the Republic of China, the Han Chinese were able to consolidate their power and marginalize the Manchus. This shift in power dynamics led to the relocation of all the Manchus to the area called Manchuria, where they faced various forms of oppression and were displaced from their homeland. Overall, the displacement of the Manchus and their marginalization within Chinese society again is a great example of why Whites have nothing to be ashamed of even if we were to take the silly stolen land narrative as true.

In addition to the alleged theft of land from the blacks by the Arabs, the establishment of Israel in 1948 further complicates the historical narrative. Critics argue that the Jewish settlers in Palestine stole the land from the Arabs, fueling tensions and conflicts that persist to this day. Coalitions of non-whites have recently become increasingly vocal in discussing this matter, highlighting the complex history of the region and the ongoing consequences of these historical events. While some Republican Zionists may be willing to claim there’s good and bad aspects of American history, the issue of Israel’s establishment on allegedly stolen land remains a no go topic. Criticizing Israel for this reason can lead to accusations of anti-Semitism and potential blacklisting by Zionist groups in Congress. I have written about this in the past, and every nationalist and their mother-in-law‘s have been discussing the Arab Israeli conflict, so I will leave it at that, but this again is something very observable when you see America hating anti-white groups of black and brown people fighting with equally contemptible Zionists.

These examples within modern history demonstrate that nearly every civilization, at one point or another, has been built upon land that was acquired through various means, including conquest or colonization. However, the current narrative in history is often skewed, focusing on the perceived injustices against non-white communities while minimizing or ignoring the historical realities of other races. A quick search on “Whites Stolen land” on Google will reveal an abundance of anti-white historical examples. In contrast, searching for “Arab stolen land,” “Jewish stolen land,” yields significantly fewer results, if any at all. This disparity highlights the biased nature of historical narratives and the need for a more balanced and nuanced understanding of the past. It is essential to acknowledge and learn from the historical realities of various races.

It’s a very strange criticism that Europeans primarily write about European history. Why wouldn’t European history be Eurocentric? What the heck else were they supposed to write about – should they have written more about Mongolians than themselves? Were they supposed to write about the Ottomans? Were they supposed to write about sub-Saharan Africa? Truthfully, the way history is taught is an extension from two things: one, the broader anti-white movements like Black Lives Matter, and also Jewish historians.

Howard Zinn’s “A People’s History of the United States” gained popularity in the 1980s, presenting a skewed view of American history that solely focuses on the struggles of minorities and the negative impact of White populations. This narrative has been perpetuated by leftist academics in universities across the country, further promoting the idea that Whites are the villains of history. Zinn is, of course, Jewish.

The left’s relentless pursuit of demographic change is evident in the increasing demonization of historical figures like the founders and generals of the Confederacy, Thomas Jefferson, Christopher Columbus, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington. As the demographics shift, these figures are being erased from history, and White populations are being portrayed as inherently villainous.

Speaking of America’s accusations of stolen land, the one example I gave that wasn’t so much, what you would consider “modern history” was the Arab colonization of Africa. However, this being the case, the Arabs at the same time also colonized parts of Europe including Spain, and what would be modern day Portugal, and they ruled over the Spaniards cultivating the land For 700 years. However, when the Spanish eventually overthrew their oppressors, the year was 1492. The same exact year when Columbus arrived in modern day Florida, and essentially Whites, if you were to use leftist logic, did to the American Indians similar acts that Arabs did to Whites for 700 years.

Not including the nature of American Indians themselves, The American Indians were barbaric and violent, and according to accredited and great historian, Robert V Remini, in his book, “A Short History of the United States” the American Indians never even invented the wheel. As early as 1622, the first American colony being founded in 1607, American Indians slaughtered 347 Whites. Luckily for us living in the modern era, we have been blessed with something called the idea of “nation states” after the destructive world wars. In some ways, this can be largely credited to Woodrow Wilson, and some of his ideas from his ‘14 points’. This said, today the best way to make everybody happy in the world with complex histories and hopefully a world with less imperialism in the future, we should grant people ethnic sovereignty. I don’t think that the Han Chinese that “stole” land in Singapore and China, the Arabs throughout Africa, and even the Jews in the Middle East, should be subjected to the tyranny of open borders and multiculturalism and be made minorities in their own homelands, as I don’t think my race (Whites) should be either.

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Good survey of the recent history of colonization. To defend our claim on Europe’s former colonies, we can bring up the displacement of the Manchus, or the Arab colonization of Africa, or the Bantu colonization of southern Africa. Trudging up other race’s dirty laundry creates a very effective defense, because it’s only fair! They are also guilty.

In total, our historical lands are North America, Europe across to the Ural mountains & as far south as North Africa, and southern Africa; Europe should reclaim those lands in the old imperial fashion.

Last edited 17 days ago by William

While I do agree with your overall statement I think when it comes down to pointing it out other peoples imperialism and colonialism we should take an objective non biased standpoint by primarily pointing out that those things are just part of human nature and that everyone has enganged in them historically.

Even if we call out the actions of other races by still claiming that imperialism and colonialism are “evil” and peoples like the Arabs or Han Chinese are “guilty” then we fall into the anti-White mindset.

Thuletide has written some good articles on this issue.

https://thuletide.wordpress.com/2021/01/06/imperialism-and-colonialism-white-guilt-and-historic-non-white-conquests-of-european-territories/

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