WPP is engaged in advocating a pro-white agenda in government and in society. Your donations fuel our drive for white equality.
$10 will allow a disadvantaged white to say the n-word once in mixed company.
$20 will help fund WET, White Entertainment Television, the first and only TV network to cater to the interests of white people. Will include shows like King of Queens, House, Psych, Jeopardy, and classic white TV like Cheers, Home Improvement, Frasier, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and sporting events ranging from golf to tennis to Indy 500.
$50 will fund our White Africans program to give hardworking whites a chance in this tough economy by purchasing a 250-square-meter island in the Seychelles off Africa's coast, declaring it sovereign, and granting all WPP beneficiaries African citizenship. Whites will be legally allowed to write "African American" on all job applications and college admissions documents to take advantage of the quotas favoring minorities.
$100 contributions will go straight to our legal defense fund, looking out for anti-white bias in the court system. Did you know that 7 out of 10 men convicted, to use the racially loaded term, of "white collar" crime are actually white people? Over 30% of convicts in America's minimum security prisons are also white. There are also more white women than black women in prison.
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