The Last of the Mohicans had a lot to worry about, but luckily they were Fenimore Cooper’s fiction.

The Last of the Pure White Americans may have something to worry about, but luckily their disappearance also is a fiction, believed only by a handful of insane supremacists with whom one wouldn’t trust one’s destiny broke, drunk or crippled.

So what is it with these un-Christian warriors, not even understanding the basic tenet of their own ‘faith’?

After nearly decimating Native Americans, the great white mass at least had the reluctant decency to reserve huge tracts of land for them to maintain their culture. No longer having much to do though, hunting and fishing relegated to supermarkets and garbage TV programs about themselves, they were soon reduced to booze or sniffing glue, but at least left with the private space in which to do it.

So here’s my solution. What happened to the Indians was tragic, but perhaps we should give the White Supremacy species the same opportunity. Round them up, disarm them and give them a stretch of land to set up their own culture, where, cut off from the society they despise, they have to produce everything they eat or wear, hunting game instead of tinted people, even make the shoes they walk in on their way to their new mud abodes. A ‘White’ reservation, as a rehab for their addiction to the glorious past. In other words ‘protecting’ them as Indians. With a bit of luck and reversely they’ll start boozing, sniffing glue and committing suicide. Who knows, but a nice bit of punitive irony as it’s called.

While at the same time we all start treating peaceful Indians, Blacks and anyone different as useful, productive brothers and citizens.

See who’s better off…


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