The semi-finals of the 2012 European soccer (‘football’ in European terms) championship was not without its teachable moments and laughs. The anti-White elites pulled out all the stops for the tournament in the Ukraine. In the buildup to the tournament, the media was full of warnings about the evil specter of the mere possibility of ‘racism’ at Euro 2012. British thought police investigated and cracked down on ‘racist’ tweets about the games (no, we’re not making this up). Little children (of appropriately ‘diverse’ racial backgrounds) were brought out onto the pitch to hold up signs before the match reading ‘respect diversity.’ And the captains of Portugal and Spain had to read a message which promoted ‘tolerance’ and denounced ‘racism.’ All of this happened in the nearly all-White city of Donetsk, Ukraine. On the field, an all-White Spanish team defeated a nearly all-White Portuguese team. The (apparently) all-White spectators cheered for their teams and behaved themselves without incident. While the game itself was a bit slow (it ended when Spain won on penalty kicks after an indecisive extra time period), the lessons which could be gleaned from the event are instructive. Aside from the children brought in to hold up the ‘respect diversity’ signs there was little ‘diversity’ to be seen. Those few bureaucrats, sociologists and multicultural studies professors looking for a game which incorporated peoples of all (non-White) backgrounds from all corners of the globe were doubtlessly disappointed.
This is, in fact, the lesson we should take away from the game. ‘Diversity’ does not actually mean diversity. ‘Diversity,’ as defined by anti-Whites in academia, the ‘mainstream’ media and high levels of government means non-Whites. When a crowd of White people of different cultures, speaking different languages and worshiping in different manners assemble together this is not ‘diversity,’ at least not of the sort as advocated by people like UN migration chief (and former Goldman Sachs International big-wig) Peter Sutherland. There were people from all over Europe at the match, watching a game in the Ukraine between two Iberian national teams. Europe, of course, is extremely diverse with dozens of different native languages, ethnic groups and religious sects. The Ukraine, host country of the semi-finals, is itself a large country with several different cultures and languages. Defending champion Spain is a highly diverse country with several different languages (Basque, Catalan, Castilian, Galician and several unique dialects which border on languages themselves) and a native population which is ethnically different in the various distinctive regions. And its neighbour and competitor Portugal is likewise a diverse country with different dialects and noticeable ethnic differences among the regions. Yet, none of this counts as ‘diversity.’ After all, these are all White people. They may speak different languages or dialects, be of different ethnicities or follow different religions but they are all White. And that is what matters. That is what the elites wish to avoid.
You see, ‘diversity’ does not mean diversity. ‘Diversity’ means having Africans, Asians, Arabs, Mestizos, Polynesians, Eskimos and Martians playing for Spain and Portugal. ‘Diversity’ means non-Spanish and non-Portuguese teams being cheered on by a non-Spanish and non-Portuguese crowd. ‘Diversity’ means that Spain and Portugal should be populated by non-Spaniards and non-Portuguese. And, according to ‘diversity’ advocate Peter Sutherland and those like him, ‘diversity’ should be achieved with or without the approval of the Spanish and Portuguese people.
In the end, ‘diversity’ means a non-European Europe and a non-White world. That is the final goal: the final solution to the ‘race problem’ which plagues only White countries. This is precisely what the elites and ‘anti-racist’ advocates have in mind. They claim they are anti-racist. But from their actions we can see that what they are is anti-White. Anti-racism is just a code-word for anti-White.