“Having been so indoctrinated from a young age about the Civil Rights Act, it feels awkward just writing about repealing it. As if that were somehow unpatriotic. In modern terms, it’s up there as a sacred document like the Bill of Rights or the Declaration of Independence. Am I not worried that my civil rights would be taken away too? But, then I thought about it. The country was existing just fine before the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. What did the act actually do in practical terms? Did it defend the rights of white people ever?
I’m sure that there will be exceptions that prove the rule, but for practical purposes, it amounted to a war on white people.
Especially, it amounted to a war on white men.
Affirmative action sprung from it eventually and included not just black people, but Hispanics (even those who had just arrived in the United States) Asians and women.”
It is no coincidence that LBJ created the so-called “Great Society” aka The Modern Welfare State.
Behold: the sordid history of the Anti-White Agenda.