The Deplorables

On September 9, 2016 a political candidate for president of the United States was in New York addressing an LGBT fundraiser for her campaign, when she made some negative comments about American citizens who support the opposition candidate.   She said, “You could put half of Trump’s supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables … The racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic- you name it.”   Such a comment was to be expected from a universalist, corporatist, political hack for globalism, as she was trying to whip up the social justice warriors in the crowd.

There is no intellectual thought or debate to their positions, which are presented to their rank and file followers based on an appeal to their followers’ emotions.   There is no consideration given to the negative consequences of their policies, it just has to “feel right.”  It must have the appearance of being “loving and kind.”   Anyone who opposes their loving kindness must have a mental illness, how could they not?   Opposition to the destruction of western civilization is immediately called fascist, racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic and the newly invented Islamophobic to shut down any legitimacy to the arguments against multi-culturalism.

Since one is unable to have an intellectual discussion with the warriors of social justice, this writer is proposing the use of a new term in interactions with SJWs.   From the Greek we have Aspros (AHS-bros), which according to what I have found, means “white.”   Add that to “phobia” or fear and we have “white fear.”   (Of course if you know Greek and another word is better, use it instead.)   So in your next interaction with SJWs, ask them if they suffer from Asprosphobia.     Keep on point and don’t let them change the subject.  Keeping bringing them back to the question and try to force them to answer.  You won’t be changing any minds, which are already closed, but you can have some fun with them. Let them know what its like to be deplorable.

Ves Heil,


Author: Tryggulfr

I am an asatruar, to be specific an American Heathen, so it is from that perspective that I view the world. Ves Heil, Tryggulfr