Jewish Rosanna Arquette: “I’m Sorry I Was Born White and Privileged. It Disgusts Me.”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 8, 2019

Actress Rosanna Arquette tweeted out on Wednesday that she is sorry for being white, saying that she is disgusted by this.

Of course, she isn’t white, she’s Jewish.

But she won’t apologize for being a disgusting Jew.

This whole thing of going out in public and saying “I’m sorry I’m white, I hate myself because I’m white, I deserve to die for being white” is an entirely Jewish phenomenon. Not even white women really do this.

We call this “My Fellow White People,” when Jews go out and try to explain to white people how they should be ashamed for being white by themselves pretending to be white. And I suspect that Rosanna Arquette was confronted by white people who know she isn’t white, which is why she made the decision to make her Twitter account private.

I don’t have the screenshots, but I can guarantee that’s exactly what happened.

Jews go out there and try to stir up hatred for white people, and then when white people go to them and are like “hey, aren’t you Jewish?” they freak the hell out. Because they know that getting called out like that is two steps away from being thrown into a gas chamber.

Some of these older Jews – Arquette is old – don’t yet understand that the goyim already know. And when they are confronted by the fact that the goyim know – in the form of mass replies on Twitter calling them filthy kikes – they go into a complete panic.

For the record: while regularly claiming to be white to attack and condemn all white people, when Jews identify as Jewish, they claim to not be white, and claim that they deserve the special minority privileges that blacks and other “oppression groups” have. In fact, they claim they deserve more privileges than any other oppression group.

Jewish people should not be allowed to behave like this.

Probably, Jewish people shouldn’t be allowed to do anything, because everything they do appears to be totally evil and designed to hurt non-Jews.

Collection of previous instances of this “My Fellow White People” phenomenon below.

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