I denounce and repudiate white nationalism, white supremacy, and racism.

Cody Libolt
Apr 30, 2019 · 4 min read


Beth Moore, you are making accusations without substantiating them. It has the effect of helping label political conservatives as racists (or enablers). Please have the courage to name names, or please admit you can’t.

If you have truth on your side, it is to your advantage to name your premises — all of them.

When you have the truth on your side, you have nothing to hide.

I write this article partly in the hope that it will be read by people like Beth Moore and Anthony Bradley. (More on that here.)

But also, I write this article as a model for how my friends (Christians, Capitalists, and defenders of liberty and individual rights) can answer spurious and ridiculous charges.

Name Your Premises:

I denounce and repudiate white nationalism, white supremacy, and racism.

And I mean it.

publicly declare to be wrong or evil.

refuse to accept or be associated with.

White nationalism:
a type of nationalism or pan-nationalism which espouses the belief that white people are a race and seeks to develop and maintain a white national identity. Its proponents identify with and are attached to the concept of a white nation.

White supremacy:
the racist belief that white people are superior to people of other races and therefore should be dominant over them.

the sin of ascribing undue significance to the color of someone’s skin, or to their biological lineage.

***Important notes:

1) Race & Culture have NO essential links.

2) All races are equal. All cultures are NOT.

Why Is Such a Statement Needed?

I say all the above not because there was ever any doubt that I hate white nationalism, white supremacy, and racism — but because socialists and virtue signaling moderates have been accusing conservatives of accepting or at least failing to denounce these things (white nationalism, white supremacy, and racism).

I have no problem denouncing the above things on a daily basis.

I think white nationalism, white supremacy, and racism are so evil that they merit being denounced daily, along with many other things (abortion, socialism, and others).

One of the reasons people don’t denounce white nationalism, white supremacy, and racism daily is that these ideas are so evil (and so broadly understood as evil) that it wouldn’t occur to me that anyone but a very isolated group of pariahs actually uphold them. I thought this was understood.

Also, to be accused of an embarrassingly backward vice and then to be seen denying it is, in some sense, to give that vice more attention than it deserves. Not to mention, if you are constantly seen disassociating with something, people may begin to wonder whether there is any reason to think you might be associated with it. I am not associated with it.

I am a capitalist. I believe in the US Constitution. I believe in individual rights.

Those who hate all these things are playing a rhetorical game, accusing me and people who share my beliefs of advocating/running cover for white nationalism, white supremacy, and racism. I will not stand for this false accusation.

Just as I am willing to name my premises, I ask that my opponents be willing to name theirs.

Beth Moore, Anthony Bradley, and every other voice pretending (on the basis of no evidence) that white supremacists are influential in this country today, I call on you to name your premises:

  • Is it a sin to vote for a pro-abortion candidate?
  • Is it a sin to teach people that socialism is biblical?

They will not answer.

Why not? Because it would be too costly for them if they were to name their premises. They do not have truth on their side. They have something to hide.

In the above article I have modeled one approach to calling out those who abuse language and treat their opponents unfairly. If you’d like to make sure Beth Moore, Anthony Bradley, and similar figures see this article, please give it a share. Here is a good place to drop it.

Though they will not likely answer, if enough people ask them these two potent questions, we can make their evasion and lack of principle more obvious to onlookers.

We may or may not be able to win the heart of Beth Moore and Anthony Bradley. I do pray that we win them. But we can perhaps expose their intellectual bankruptcy.