Not all white men are terrorists

There has been yet another horrific terror attack in London and this time it appears that roles have been reversed. Instead of the terrorist killing innocent people in the name of Allah, the victims were innocent people who worship Allah. They were cruelly driven into by a van driven by a terrorist described by the MSM as a “white man.” Forgive my satire but I think that it is very important that we all acknowledge that not all white men are terrorists. This knowledge, of course, will not make a blind bit of difference to the grieving British Muslim families who were devastated by this awful attack but it may make Progressives somewhere feel a little bit better.

Our MSM may be a little at sea this week wondering how to cover this story so I have put together some guidelines based on how they have covered previous terror attacks to assist them. I provide this satirical list to illustrate how the Media attempts to frame the narrative after every attack.

Guidelines for writing copy in the wake of a terrorist attack by a “White Man” (Hat tip

  1. If the terrorist is White (how unusual), reinforce the idea that non-White males are in fact still the biggest threat.
  2. Keep the focus on van control and getting get vans away from White males. Emphasise that the attack would never have happened if we had more van control laws. Raise the possibility of limiting the number of vans that the average citizen can have.
  3. Deplore the cynicism of left-wing politicians who attempt to use the attack as a way to further their agenda, should they propose actions which could actually reduce terrorist attacks by white males. Also, it is perfectly acceptable to deplore the politicisation in one breath, and in the next breath advocate for van control. No one will notice.
  4. Denounce terrorism in vague terms and make frequent reference to Muslim terrorists to muddy the waters. It is also appropriate here to point out that “Brown men do this too.”
  5. To further muddy the waters, get into an obscure discussion about the different branches of White supremacy and how alt-right tensions may have led to this terrorist act. In doing so, viewers and readers will throw up their hands and realise that the situation is best left to the “experts.” After all, no one wants to learn about the confusing history of White Supremacy.
  6. Find a picture of a White person who was the victim of the terrorist act, even if they were just one out of a hundred victims. A white British granny running with mouth agape and a look of horror will do just fine, lest viewers feel that Muslims are under attack from Whites, or otherwise perceive the situation to be a larger religious conflict. Also, try to get a White news reporter to tell the story, with an appropriately furrowed brow of disapproval
  7. Conflate terrorism with hatred in general, i.e. racism. This means that a white man committing terrorism actually allows you to go full throttle against left-wing Brown men.
  8. Tout the virtue and courage of showing solidarity with white men and reaffirming our belief in diversity and multiculturalism. See #I’llridewithyouWhitey #NotAllWhiteys #notallinfidels
  9. Decry racism against white men which was A.) probably the cause of the terrorist attack in the first place and B.) will also probably be the effect of the terrorist attack, i.e. backlash.
  10. Frame the attack as an assault on “freedom” or “diversity” or some other abstraction with minimal emotional resonance as compared with an attack on an actual people; for example, an attack on French people or British people. How does one respond to an attack on freedom? By being “more free.” An attack on diversity? Why, we need to be even more diverse. This can be rounded out with a cliché, such as “This will make us stronger in the end,” or “we won’t give in to terrorism.”
  11. Finally, blame the whole thing on Europhobia. Blame alt-left groups for stirring up hate against White people and use slogans like “Hope not Hate.”


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