There is a mantra floating around, particularly among white supremacists, white nationalists and similar racist ilk, that by saying you're anti-racist, you're somehow also anti-white, with the conspiracy theory that the real bigots are actually the anti-racists.
Apart from racial superiority being a retarded concept as it is, it also ignores the simple fact that many white people are also anti-racist. So do all white people who hate racism hold some kind of bigotry against their own ethnicity? Additionally, the mantra also ignores the existence of racists from other ethnicities. (E.g. black and Asian supremacists.) The only reason I can see this mantra gaining some ground in the first place is because of so-called "anti-racists" who bash white people like the plague, because they're apparently what's wrong with everything in the goddamn world, past and present.
I've been noticing comments about this "white genocide" recently over the years. Mainly a while after the cheerios made the "just checking" commercial. The comments on yahoo were just disgusting from all the racist comments from all races.
"This isn't accurate.For a white women to date a black guy they should have made her 400 pounds,5 kids in her trailer,and the dad would be either gone or beating her." "Why do so many black guys think their to good for black women?" I'm really good with not losing my temper on ignorant people but after reading comments like that and worse I never wanted to punch so many people in my life.
When being anti-racist is the default assumption in polite society, the fact that one feels an irrepressible need to prove that one is not a racist often insinuates unresolved hostility issues with the majority demographic and/or the preeminent culture associated with it.
"particularly among white supremacists, white nationalists and similar racist ilk"
Actually, the majority do not fit into any of these categories. I know quite a few non-white people who also believe that "anti-racist" is a codeword for "anti-white." And then most white people I know who believe this are not supremacists or nationalists of any kind, let alone racist. This is quite the big assumption.
Just because someone CLAIMS to be anti-racism doesn't mean they actually are. And that's actually the point of them making that claim. Further, those who CLAIM to be anti-racism sure spend a ton of time demonizing white people. But that's just been my experience.
I think it's safe to assume that there are exceptions to every rule, but that doesn't make a certain statement any less true.
Obviously not everyone who claims to be against racism actually is. Just like not everyone who claims to be against intolerance is actually tolerant. You can't forget the hypocrites... they don't let you.
But not everyone who says they are against racism is going around demonizing white people either...
In the stamp description, I think it is summed up nicely. She's not saying everyone is going to fit into the categories she provides as an example. That doesn't make the example any less true.
To sum my long ramble up: The group "Anti-Racists" has both good and bad people within it.