Anti-black, anti-Catholic, anti-Hispanic but not antisemitic.
This is an odd bird.
Not "anti." I just do not pander to their own shortcomings, since within those first three groups you mention, there are some members that do dream of a more expansive power base. I just prefer the status quo of white Protestant power brokers in the U.S. That's bad, if I didn't choose your "team" to root for? For example, I'm not a Yankee fan; however, when they play the Red Sox, I do root for the Yankees. I think that is a good analogy for my preferences.
Let me be the first to tell you. Your group has not "arrived." In my opinion, I just think that is the reality, regardless of my preferences. You should learn how not to personalize your postings; it strikes me as though you cannot argue against my preferences, just against me as a person. See the big picture. I am not the big picture.
P.S.: Catholics are a special "class." In my opinion, I consider that organization quite effective as "thought police" for their adherents. Thank God there are Protestants to maintain Christianity without "thought police."