Racist in High School
by Demi Weissmann
As a woman of German ancestry and racialist in ideology, I have experienced
several situations in high school where this has become an issue. The
first time, I was in grade ten in English class discussing quietly my
politics with another student who wanted to understand where I was coming
from. Another female, a non-white, who was listening in to our conversation
interrupted us, and simply said, "You are German right?" so I replied yes and
strangely enough this girl smiled and said "Oh itís alright that you are
racist then," as if being German explained away my politics and made them
socially acceptable. Most people, Whites and non-Whites, believe that all
Germans are innately racist. Sadly enough, this is not true. This
experience, however, was encouraging to me.
In grade eleven, I took a world history course where my teacher was
socialist, and outspokenly so. She was so completely biased that she taught
socialist ideology in everything she taught to us. As a matter of fact, she
also taught the grade nine Canadian civics course. She asked these grade nines
at the end of the course who they would vote for. The majority of her class
voted NDP (A left-wing, socialist party in Canada), all because they were
taught and had socialist views pounded into them by her. Once she found out
I was a White Nationalist, and extreme right-winger, she was actually and
quite surprisingly, helpful in helping me get active politically. She
helped me get into a right-wing political party, and we debated often, which
I believe helped me strengthen my views. However, when it came to classwork, she marked me harder then anyone else, and seemed to expect more from
me than anyone else.
That year, she planned a trip to the Ďholocaust
symposiumí where Jews speak of their so-called experiences in the holocaust. My friend and I both refused to go. The teacher asked me why, and I simply stated that I read about the "holocaust" in the newspaper see it covered on television, movies etcÖ I do not need to take part in more propaganda about something that may or may not have happened over 50 years
ago. She did not seem happy about this, but she said I didnít have to go,
but Iíd have to do an oral report on Swindlerís list for the class. She
then asked my friend, who was not racially aware, why she did not want to
go. She responded similarly to me. She just knew that she did not want to
waste time and effort on having a subject that is pounded into our brains
constantly, pounded into our heads more.
The day after this class trip, our teacher wanted the students to say what they
learned or thought after watching a short anti-German, holocaust propaganda
film. One by one, each student said something to the effect of "The
Germans are evil, we must destroy them and help the Jews," or "The Germans
were cruel and murderous, I am glad they were stopped," or "The Germans
should have to pay more for what they did." This saddened me. My class was
almost completely White. Here they believed this anti-German trash. The
National Socialists were fighting for our race, their race and here my
classmates were calling for present Germans to be held for the actions of a
government from over 50 years earlier. More than that, they were calling
all Germans Nazis. They seemed to think that all Germans were national
socialists and still are national socialists. Once again, this is sadly not
true, but one must wonder where they got such an impression!
In art class, I was doodling in my sketchbook one day. I was just drawing
the German eagle. The art teacher saw it, said nothing. The next day I
was called over to the guidance counselor, who asked me to show him my
drawing. He told me that the art teacher knew I was German and was
concerned that I was drawing Nazi and racist images in class and that
perhaps I needed to be spoken to about my ideology. He asked me if the
eagle was a nazi image. I said no, and told him that it was the traditional
German eagle -- used to the present day. I told him that I considered what my
art teacher had done to be racist and discriminatory against Germans and
that I thought perhaps she should be counseled on her ideology. He didnít
seem all that amused by my comments, but he offered to speak to her about
it. That was the last time any of my art was questioned.
Racialist students must learn to speak up when anti-White ideology is
brought up in class. If another student says something like "The Germans
should be killed for what they did to the Jews," take it to your principal.
Donít worry about being thought of as a rat. Itís not right for students
and teachers to speak such things and get away with it. Stand up for your
race in a rational way and see where you get.
I had one racially aware teacher in high school. I took every class that he
taught because I really did enjoy learning under a teacher who was neither
liberal nor socialist. I even handed in two essays and received high marks
on them from him, when if I had of tried to hand them in to other teachers I
would most likely have gotten a zero and/or suspended from school for them.
One was on how White racialist groups should be given full freedom of
expression, and the other was on how the Germanic tribes were the most
influential peoples on the advancement of our world. On both essays he
wrote comments like "Well written, as usual," and "great points," while the
lefty students, for once, were given failing marks on their pro-communist
essays. It was interesting to see the tables turned on them for once, and
see how they reacted.
Throughout my high school career, we were taught about the holocaust over
and over, but we were never taught about the holocaust of Germans at Dresden,
nor about how after the so called holocaust that the Jews turned around and
did what they claim was done to them to the Palestinian people. What is
this insanity? Although the Jews and liberals run the school systems and
curriculum, most White teachers seem to have a high tolerance for
intelligent extreme-right-wing students.