Saturday, 1 February 2014

Stop the white genocide !

Hello again,

I'm writing, this time, to ask that you publish my article to promote the Petition to End Racial Violence. Here's the link to the article:

This article is short and to the point, it contains the full text of the Petition as well as links to it. It also provides links to more information about the petition and the reasons for petitioning the Administration.

The petition will not succeed without the help of you, the proprietors and administrators of the pro-White media. We need 150 signatures to make the petition visible on the White House website, with your combined help we could do that in a few hours. Without your help, it could take weeks to make the petition visible, losing valuable time that its message could otherwise be promoted on

Please let me know if you can re-publish this article.

In addition to the link to the article above, I've included the full text of the article, below.


Russell A. James

Announcing the Relaunch of the Petition to End Racial Violence

After a tremendously successful initial campaign, The Petition to End Racial Violence was re-launched this morning. The first time around, we asked Obama to formally address the issue of black-on-white interracial violent crime during his State of the Union (SOTU) address. Since the SOTU has already taken place, we now are asking that he call a press conference for Monday, March 3 to formally address the issue.

In order to get him to respond to the petition, we need 100,000 signatures. We have a complete plan for how to get those signatures, but the first step is getting 150 signatures to make the petition "visible" on the White House website. The WH site has a section called "Open Petitions," where visitors to the site can browse all of the currently active petitions, but when a petition is first published to the site, it is only available via direct link and can not be seen in the "Open Petitions" list. A petition first has to receive 150 signatures to get put on the list. This is one of the reasons we need your signature. To learn more about other reasons why you should sign the petition please see, "Why You Should Sign the Petition to End Racial Violence."

Black-on-white violence is the most critical issue facing the new "multicultural" America. The rate of black-on-white violent crime is exploding with more than 2 million victims (and growing) each year. Since Obama took office, blacks have become emboldened to be even more violent toward Whites, creating "games" like the "Knockout Game" (aka Polar Bear Hunting, because the victims, like polar bears, are White) in which they "play" at beating -- and sometimes even killing -- defenseless Whites in surprise attacks. To learn more about interracial violent crime please see the New Century Foundation's paper, The Color of Crime: Race, Crime, and Justice in America and my summary of that paper, "Just the Facts: A Brief Summary of Interracial Violent Crime Statistics in America."

The following is the full text of the current petition:


We petition the Obama Administration to call a press conference on March 3, 2014 to formally address the issue of black-on-white interracial violent crime

Body of Petition:

Whereas, according to FBI statistics, more than two million white Americans are victimized by black perpetrators annually;

Whereas, the majority of the victims of interracial violent crimes are white;

Whereas, federal policies are a major factor in the current rates of black-on-white violence;

Whereas, President Barack Obama is the head of the federal government, and;

Whereas, he has addressed the issue of interracial violence when he perceived that a black person (Trayvon Martin) was the victim of said violence;

Therefore be it resolved that President Barack Obama shall make the termination of black-on-white interracial violent crime a national priority and shall formally address the issue during a press conference, that he convenes at 7:00 PM EST on March 3, 2014.


Please click here to sign the Petition to End Racial Violence

Note: When you get to the site you will need to login to sign the petition. If you don't already have an account, it is a simple process, that takes less than 5 minutes, and then it is simply a matter of clicking on the "Sign This Petition" button.


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