Christopher Jon Bjerknes
The official narrative of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City on April 19, 1995, is that Timothy McVeigh sought vengeance for the murders of the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas, and for the Ruby Ridge killings. In both incidents, the government slaughtered Whites. This is not dissimilar to the massacre in Dallas which just occured, where a black man executed several police officers in retaliation for the police killings of blacks, and yet the media and the government are treating the cases entirely differently.
The media and government are sympathetic to the murder of Whites in retaliation for the killing of blacks, but entirely condemned any need for justice for the mass murder of Whites. The media and government set about to destroy the militia movement and condemned Whites in general and any expression of White pride as if a form of violent racism.
The killer in Dallas stated that he wanted to kill White people, but blacks are not generally condemned for his statements, nor should they be. There are no orchestrated calls to disband any and all organizations which represent black interests, though White organizations were universally condemned, as were militias following the OK City bombing.
The silent mantra of media and government is “Genocide Whites!”