"White Minority" as written by and Gregory Regis Ginn....
We're gonna be a white minority
We won't listen to the majority
We're gonna feel inferiority
We're gonna be white minority

White pride
You're an American
I'm gonna hide
Anywhere I can

Gonna be a white minority
We don't believe there's a possibility
Well you just wait and see
We're gonna be white minority

White pride
You're an American
White pride
Anywhere I can?

Gonna be a white minority
There's gonna be large cavity
Within my new territory
We're all gonna die


Lyrics submitted by Ice, edited by bulgie

"White Minority" as written by Gregory Regis Ginn

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    General Commenti know the comment im replying to is 3.5 years old, but let me say this to anyone who agrees: SO many white people now in the media and everywhere else bend over backwards not to offend minorities, nowadays, it's ridiculous. With little recognition. Then, if say, I go to a minority friend's house, I can expect to hear all sorts or racial comments by parents/family/etc. Racism against black people does exist, but to blame "white people" as a whole is ignorant as FUCK.

    I can only wonder how many will bend over backwards for us, if we do become a minority. The only racism they care to attack now is against their own and the "black culture" and media doesn't even tell them hating white people is a bad thing. Hell, if anything, they encourage it, like it's their right to do so, because of the past that noone today has any control over. If a black guy challenges this, he's often called an Uncle Tom. A white guy tries to bring up anti-white racism, he's hounded by the "enlightened" PC police as a racist. You can have 80 underground rappers attacking racism from the minority standpoint, but if even one white guy has one out of a billion songs addressing the other end, he's "racist"(?). Granted most of the violence is black on black, now, but with black and white, guess which side has a greater percentage of victims? Oh, I can't say that. Shock!

    If black progressives and white liberals would stop having such double standards, for bigotry, maybe....just maybe, they would win over more than very PC white guilt libtards.

    Look, I hate the Nazis and genocidal racists as much as anyone, but I do agree with the meaning I'm taking from this song.
    binormalon January 13, 2008   Link
  • +2
    General CommentIm tired of seeing ppl who think this is a racist song. You people are fucking stupid. Without explaining lyrics, I will tell u while it cant be. The guy who sang it on the Jealous Again 7'' was Puerto Rican. Also, the drummer on the same 7'' was Columbian. Greg Ginn, the guitarist, idolized many black musicians. On top of that, their producer (in the early days at least) was Spot who is black. Also, I do remember reading an interview with Ginn where he explains that this song is a criticism of the violent white supremacists who attended punk concerts. So to all those who say this song/black flag is racist: do some fucking research, know the fucking band! Fuck!
    Noizeon April 14, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentOk, the lyrics are completely wrong

    You guys basically have it wrong. Its just criticizing white power and white nationalists, Ive talked to members of black flag
    painonvinylon June 02, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthe lyrics should read:
    White Pride, You're an American
    I'm gonna hide anywhere I can...

    We're gonna be a white minority
    Theres gonna be a large casualty
    If we don't find a new territory
    We're all gonna die


    well i think this is about how we would feel if white people were the minority in this country, kinda gets you thinking. it also goes into how racists would handle it... if you think you have a better idea, post then
    Psycho78mon April 10, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI think it's more about how communities all over the US (i think this might even be specifically about LA) are no longer homogenously white, and that eventually, all the racism that the white majority has shown towards the minorities is gonna come back and haunt them when THEY'RE the minority. I don't think it's so much a "what if...." scenario as much as it is a prophetic warning about what's gonna happen because of racism. I mean, look at any country or community where one group initially mistreated other groups, but eventually lost their power. What happened to them? Most of the time, they got paid back for the shit they'd pulled earlier.
    shadowwiththeeyeson June 23, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentYeah, the lyrics are a little bit screwed, how do you get them corrected anyway?
    shadowwiththeeyeson June 23, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthat is a good interpretation of the song
    SMUSER16992370on June 30, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General Commentlyrics are wrong
    WouldItBeYouon January 23, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentoh yeah. i wanted to post that after reading shadowwiththeeyes's comment
    binormalon January 13, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti don't think anyone is claiming that it's racist...
    eyesthatlieon June 06, 2008   Link

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