“White Americans need to take back their country because it’s being overrun by poor quality people, like the killers of Jesus and people whose natural condition is to serve others,” said the man, who asked that his name not be used because he has a couple of job applications in and he doesn’t want to jeopardize his employment opportunities.
The man, who said he’s between 23 and 31 years old, hasn’t had a date in a “few years” but he thinks he’ll start scoring once he gets a job. “The income thing has really been a problem,” he said. He last worked as an electrician trainee, but he was fired. “They were a bunch of Mexicans who farted every time they bent down to wire a box,” he said. “They weren’t even legal, probably.”
THe man said he never seriously considered going to college because “it’s all Jews and Asians,” he said. “They skew the entrance requirements to make it impossible for a regular person to get in. The blacks get in because they get preferential treatment but a regular guy like me? Forget it.”
The Jews are running everything on behalf of Israel, in any case, he said. “They take over Wall Street. They make all the movies in Hollywood and fill the screens with their propaganda. They become doctors and then they want to ‘take out’ my appendix? I don’t think so.”
He also accused Jews of being enablers of blacks and only respecting Asians. “They’re the worst,” he said of the Jews. “They’re like Arabs. They just work harder.”
The man said it’s time to take America back because the blacks, Jews, Asians, Arabs, and Mexicans are taking away jobs from regular Americans. “They go to college, they take the jobs, and they wonder why I browse the Internet and play video games all day. Until they’re either gone or put in their place, America will never be great again.”
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