Never frame your arguments in terms of what someone is doing to us.
Always frame it in terms of what is being done to us. It's a very subtle
difference but one that makes all the difference, consider the difference
S1:Non-whites are displacing whites from their country.
S2:Whites are being displaced in their own country.
The first statement is primarily an attack on non-whites. The second
states that's whites are having something bad done to them. I'll rewrite
the sentences in their basic moral argument.
S1:Non-whites are doing something bad
S2:Whites are victim of something bad
The focus must always be on us as opposed to any other group.
Remember this is about us, this is not about the blacks, jews, asians or
any other group. This is only about OUR survival. Mentioning other groups
is a losing strategy. The anti-whites whole manipulative strategy is to say
that we are being evil to other people. By using S1: we are allowing them
to do this. If we use S2 we deny them this opportunity and win the moral
Anti-whites will always try and pressure you into saying that non-whites
are doing something bad to whites. If you cave to their pressure, they say
“oh you evil racist, you hate (insert non-white group here)” and they win.
For instance if they ask you WHO is displacing whites they are trying to
pressure you into saying it is muslims, blacks, asians or some other
immigrant group. If you do this you give them the opportunity to get the
moral high ground by calling you some name and claiming you hate some
group. Instead you should say “the current government, they have put in
place these genocidal policies.” This puts the blame squarely where it
belongs and destroys their attempt to reinforce their false morality.