Saturday, August 30, 2014

Considering Darren Wilson

I, Adrean Arlott, assert:

1) Officer Darren Wilson is not a hero, as claimed by the Daily Stormer.

hero (noun) a person, typically a man, who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. Google.

2) Officer Darren Wilson is neither a particular friend or enemy of White people, as discussed on Counter-Currents.
friend (noun) a person whom one knows and with whom one has a bond of mutual affection. Google.
enemy (noun) a person who is actively opposed or hostile to someone or something. Google.

3) Officer Darren Wilson has the presumption of innocence, which is the opposite of what was claimed on Alternative Right, that "no one is innocent."

Presumption of Innocence. A principle that requires the government to prove the guilt of a criminal defendant and relieves the defendant of any burden to prove his or her innocence. The Free Dictionary.

What is the proper way for White Whateverists to consider Darren Wilson? I suggest the answer is: with indifference. He makes no claims to be one of us, and anything we say in support of him can and will be used against him in the court of public opinion. Therefore, it would be impolite of us to comment.


  1. Spot on. This whole issue has become just so much theatre. Pick a side, root for your team, and pump up the emotional investment. The underlying problem is self-evident but we are meant to have a dog in this fight for some reason.

    The narrative will be as follows: look at all the white people supporting their white hero, everyone knows whites are racist and this proves it. So by default Brown must be innocent.

    We are all Michael Brown, Boo Hoo Hoo, give us more free stuff, no justice no peace. On and on ad nauseam...

    1. Well said. I appreciate your contribution to this line of reasoning.

      There is no benefit for us to choose sides when the establishment fights itself. Regardless of who wins, we will continue to lose. We have better things to do than to be used as a talking point.

  2. True, but that doesn't mean we can't make fun of the silliness.

    In that spirit, I humbly submit to you the following silly joke of silliness to sum up my thoughts on the whole silly issue:

    An apple falls from a tree and hits the ground. Which team are you on; 'Team Apple' or 'Team Gravity'?

    Silly punch-line: Entropy!

    Sorry, I did warn you it was silly... (with apologies to Isaac Newton)

    1. This is you: