I switched the words "black" and "white" in this lady's insane, racist Twitter rant and here are the results

Sep 7th

Pack a lunch for this blue checkmark lady's GUANO-CRAZY Twitter rant:

Hoo boy! That's ... insane. Certifiable. And racist. Extremely racist. It's from a week and a half ago and the balloonhead who penned it is a verified Twitter user ... but it's still up. Literally calling for race-based violence is OK on Twitter now? Really?

"Black liberation revolution by way of violent rebellion" ...

"Violence is the only way, of course" ...

"there is no way for a dislocated, displaced African to truly 'live free' without the complete destruction of whiteness' occupation of space in our minds, bodies, souls, communities, etc" ...

Here's all the text written out for you people who have your browser security settings cranked up so high that embedded tweets don't load:

Begging white people to support BLM and related work has diluted the integrity of true revolutionary work. I still don't get why folks were so focused on getting mainstream support when it only means the inevitable destruction of the movement.

White people, no matter how "liberal" or "progressive", will never endorse revolutionary acts that may jeopardize their children's lives As such, they will never fully support a Black liberation revolution by way of violent rebellion Nope. Nah. Not gonna happen lol

Violence is the only way, of course No votes. No marching. No spots on cable news. No high fashion magazine cover stories. No hashtags. No panels. None of that is going to bring about the liberation Black folks deserve.

But folks only understand violence in its eurocentric framing and definition Same as "liberation", if we are being honest. So you hear "violence" and you already have a picture of what it looks like and you've been conditioned to reject it out of fear

What if I told you the violence required is liberating? What if I told you that there is no way for a dislocated, displaced African to truly "live free" without the complete destruction of whiteness' occupation of space in our minds, bodies, souls, communities, etc?

Whiteness will never fully translate a revolutionary message, so we don't need anymore magazine spreads, even if the photogs and writers are Black

Whiteness will never nourish us to completion, so we don't need anymore high-cost galas or dinners or anything involving eating their food to push for liberation and freedom

Whiteness will always seek absolution in "progressive" spaces, so it will portray us as both Black Madonnas and Mammies. Don't be tricked by the false adoration, though—those are subservient roles, now empowering

Even "anti-racism" centers whiteness in its work and hasn't divested of the belief that whiteness rules everything Colonization disrupted African progress and infiltrated African history and we still center it even in our discussions of African liberation!

Y'all notice how popular "Anti-Racism" is now? How many white people are talking about/ consuming it? LOL of course they do! It centers them in the work! They don't feel like outsiders or marginalized people waiting for an invitation to the conversation They are the topic!

Pro-Black is too scary and always has been BLM is a Pro-Black stance The words aren't hard for folks to paint on streets and hang in their windows They can't even truly ACT on it tho bc it centers Black people

They need something to make them feel included and centered in this work, even if the goal is to strip them of their power, they wanna make sure they're centered all the way up until that point lol

There's a lot of $$ in the "anti-racism" space these days so look...go get that coin. If you gotta rebrand and sprinkle the phrase across your website, please do. Take every dime they're offering. Reparations and such.

Just make sure you're not letting any of these Eurocentric notions of freedom fighting and liberation actually influence your ways of thinking. White people will never prioritize Black liberation over white lives.

Say it with me now:

The Woke Monster can never be satisfied. The more you feed it, the hungrier it gets.

And here's what happens when I swap the words "black" with "white," "BLM" with "alt-right," and "racism" with "immigration" (and a few other little switches) in her little diatribe.

(Disclaimer: I am obviously not "alt-right," I was just going for a relatively comparable comparison on the other side of the spectrum to BLM's far-left revolutionary Marxism to make the point.)

It's a thought experiment. Imagine if some pasty white verified Twitter user with 173K followers posted this:

Begging black people to support the alt-right and related work has diluted the integrity of true revolutionary work. I still don't get why folks were so focused on getting mainstream support when it only means the inevitable destruction of the movement.

Black people, no matter how "conservative" or "right-wing", will never endorse revolutionary acts that may jeopardize their children's lives As such, they will never fully support a White liberation revolution by way of violent rebellion Nope. Nah. Not gonna happen lol

Violence is the only way, of course No votes. No marching. No spots on cable news. No magazine cover stories. No hashtags. No panels. None of that is going to bring about the liberation White folks deserve.

But folks only understand violence in its afrocentric framing and definition Same as "liberation", if we are being honest. So you hear "violence" and you already have a picture of what it looks like and you've been conditioned to reject it out of fear

What if I told you the violence required is liberating? What if I told you that there is no way for a dislocated, displaced European to truly "live free" without the complete destruction of blackness' occupation of space in our minds, bodies, souls, communities, etc?

Blackness will never fully translate a revolutionary message, so we don't need anymore magazine spreads, even if the photogs and writers are White

Blackness will never nourish us to completion, so we don't need anymore high-cost galas or dinners or anything involving eating their food to push for liberation and freedom

Blackness will always seek absolution in "conservative" spaces, so it will portray us as both White Madonnas and Mammies. Don't be tricked by the false adoration, though—those are subservient roles, not empowering

Even "anti-immigration" centers blackness in its work and hasn't divested of the belief that blackness rules everything Immigration disrupted European progress and infiltrated European history and we still center it even in our discussions of European liberation!

Y'all notice how popular "Anti-Immigration" is now? How many black people are talking about/ consuming it? LOL of course they do! It centers them in the work! They don't feel like outsiders or marginalized people waiting for an invitation to the conversation They are the topic!

Pro-White is too scary and always has been The alt-right is a Pro-White stance The words aren't hard for folks to paint on streets and hang in their windows They can't even truly ACT on it tho bc it centers White people

They need something to make them feel included and centered in this work, even if the goal is to strip them of their power, they wanna make sure they're centered all the way up until that point lol

There's a lot of $$ in the "anti-immigration" space these days so look...go get that coin. If you gotta rebrand and sprinkle the phrase across your website, please do. Take every dime they're offering. Reparations and such.

Just make sure you're not letting any of these afrocentric notions of freedom fighting and liberation actually influence your ways of thinking. Black people will never prioritize White liberation over black lives.

Seems pretty obvious what Twitter's reaction would be.

But it's OK for Miss Blue Checkmark.

Allow me to close this out by proposing a radical idea:

RACISM IS RACISM NO MATTER THE COLOR OF THE PERSON ENGAGING IN IT.

That is all.


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