Brian Kemp Posed with a Neuropeon who Threatened to Kill Black People because He also Practices Racism to Survive & Believes Racism is a Strategy for White Survival

DR FRANCES CRESS WELSING EXPLAINED ‘If you understand that Racism is a strategy for white genetic survival then you can see that what the White Collective is doing on the planet is engaging in behaviors—in economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex —in order for them to survive by any means necessary and to prevent white genetic annihilation.    The global white minority must act genocidally against people of color for the purpose of white genetic survival. This is the "kill or be killed" mentality.’ [   MORE   ]

DR FRANCES CRESS WELSING EXPLAINED ‘If you understand that Racism is a strategy for white genetic survival then you can see that what the White Collective is doing on the planet is engaging in behaviors—in economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex —in order for them to survive by any means necessary and to prevent white genetic annihilation.

The global white minority must act genocidally against people of color for the purpose of white genetic survival. This is the "kill or be killed" mentality.’ [MORE]

Shrinking White Population Believes it Must Rig Elections to Survive. From [HERE] The gubernatorial race in Georgia continues to be marred by racist antics and overt voter suppression. Republican Brian Kemp is catching backlash for taking a photo with a known White nationalist who was wearing an anti-Muslim T-shirt in the photo.

James J. Stachowiak created a video in which he threatened to kill Black women and kids. “I don’t care if they are women or children, they should be shot on site,” Stachowiak said in the video posted on his YouTube page. “They should be shot exiting the store. If they make it down the street, take their a–es out, shoot them in them back.” In the same video, he threatens Black Lives Matter while holding an assault rifle showing a bullet with the letters “BLM” on it.

Stachowiak is a staunch Kemp supporter and recently took a picture with the gubernatorial wearing a T-shirt that read, “Allah is not God.” Kemp may have been unaware of the words on Stachowiak’s shirt, but some believe that he embraced Islamaphobia by agreeing to take the picture.

Similar to Democrat Andrew Gillum’s words to his Republican opponent Ron DeSantis during their heated gubernatorial debate in Florida, “the racists believe that he’s a racist.” [MORE]