Maximize the Racial Divide
October 29, 2008
Our project, our purpose, our goal and our cause is to save our race. But we
in the white racial activist community, by ourselves, lack the power to save
our race — to save it from its dispossession, from the loss of its
homelands, from the loss of its independence, from its subjugation to alien
rule and domination, from its reduction to minority status, from its
destruction and ultimate extinction.
Since it is beyond our power, and beyond our control, to save our race, we look to something else beyond us, far greater than us, to help us.
The only human agency we can look for, and hope for, to save us, is the existence of something inherent and latent, but presently mostly suppressed or inactive, in our race. The existence of such a power is the necessary precondition for any possibility of saving our race. Only such a power could give us something we could direct, that we could work with, sufficient to save our race.
This sense of racial group loyalty is not distributed equally throughout all our race. It is essentially absent in many while in others it is so strong as to already be manifest and active, as in the white activist community. We must hope that it would be potentially strong enough in the majority of our race to be able to save us.
Ultimately all our hopes for the salvation of our race depend on this — to find that, when our backs are to the wall things will change. We have to believe that whites are like the lion in the old Disney cartoon Lambert the Sheepish Lion. The lion has always acted like a sheep, and always thought it was a sheep. But when the moment demands it, he is a lion after all.
In effect, our hopes are based on the assumption that enough of our race
have the lion of racial loyalty somewhere inside them, and our mission is to
bring it to life and direct it.
We look with both hope and despair for signs of this latent racial force that could save us. This power is generally so suppressed and hidden that evidence for it is usually indirect and circumstantial, often no more than fleeting hints. Yet it is the substance behind what Kevin MacDonald has termed “implicit whiteness” and what our opponents decry as unconscious racism.
What is needed is something to activate this untapped racial force, to make it snap on a mass scale. What could set in motion a rising tide of racial consciousness and sense of racial group identity and loyalty?
There are many things that can do this at the individual level, and we have all heard many stories of individual racial enlightenment. But this election could potentially be that very something that could trigger this power at the mass level.
Never has race been so conspicuous and prominent a factor as in this election. This is generally ignored or denied or minimized, like the 800 pound gorilla in the room that everyone pretends isn’t there. But it is the dominant undercurrent of the election, with all intelligent observers on all sides knowing it, even if they pretend otherwise.
That is the reason passions are running much higher in this election than
usual, and why record voter turnouts are expected. It could be, as it has
been described, a racially transforming moment for our society and country,
and the world.
Our opponents hope the transforming moment will be for them, but we can also hope that it will be for us. A racially polarizing moment could be a transforming event, elevating the implicit and unconscious white racial identity to the explicit and conscious level.
The best thing that can happen for us in this election is that it produces a degree of racial polarization sufficient to serve as the activating trigger for that latent sense of racial group consciousness and loyalty.
This can be accomplished by an unprecedented racial gap in voting patterns
that is clear for all to see, and especially if it is so great as to carry
the white candidate to victory against all the odds and predictions, against
all the disparity in money, against his own lack of racial appeal and
loyalty, and against the wishes and plans and agenda of the dominant elite
in the power structure who have been working so successfully for our
dispossession and destruction over the last century.
If not sufficient to produce a white electoral victory, we should hope that the racial voting gap will still be large enough to show that the black winner won with the smallest share of the gentile European vote of any previous winner in our country’s history.
It is possible that in this election cycle the black candidate could win with as little as 42% of the white vote, which would mean that he won with less than 40% of the gentile European vote. Such a percentage would be particularly striking given the natural tendency to vote for the Democrats in the wake of the catastrophic Bush administration and during economic hard times.
We should prefer that the awakening of our race will be achieved by a great
victory that encourages and empowers them with the display of their united
power. But if that fails, then our awakening could still be achieved if the
racial voting gap is large enough to shock whites with the realization of
their racial dispossession in the electoral process, with their loss of
political control and independence.
So win or lose we must hope for the maximum racial voting gap, and a resulting racial polarization as clear as the different racial reactions to the verdict in the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
What is important in this election, whichever candidate wins, is that our
race wins. Winning for us can be defined as the largest and clearest
possible racial voting gap, such as the black candidate winning half the
proportion of European gentile votes as the other votes, such as 40% of the
European gentile vote and 80% or more of the others. If this happens then
our race will have demonstrated an unprecedented degree of racial electoral
unity, and this in itself will be its victory.
The point is we can still win this election if the white candidate loses, if the racial polarization resulting from a large racial voting gap is sufficient to awaken the racial consciousness of our people. If the black candidate wins we will need this newly awakened sense of racial unity and power to check the anti-white agenda and ideology of the radical left that he will bring to the executive branch. We will need all the help we can get.
In "Picking Up the Pieces," Part 5 of the PBS series Making Sense of the Sixties , televised January 23, 1991, Doug McAdam, professor of Sociology at Stanford University, stated:
I remember going to the last above ground Weatherman convention [in 1969], and sitting in a room and the question that was debated was, "Was it or was it not the duty of every good revolutionary to kill all newborn white babies." At that point it seemed like a relevant framing of an issue, the logic being, "Hey look, through no fault of their own these white kids were going to grow up to be part of an oppressive racial establishment internationally, and so really your duty is to kill newborn white babies." I remember one guy kind of tentatively and apologetically suggesting that that seemed like it may be contradictory to the larger humanitarian aims of the movement, and being kind of booed down.
The Racial Marxist ideology, mentality and agenda of the people who were booing in that room in 1969, perhaps including Weatherman co-founder William Ayers, will be strongly represented in an Obama presidency, allied, now as then, with the radical black racial ideologies represented then by such groups as the Black Panthers.
Our race, and especially white racial activists, will be entering much more perilous times. We must only hope that something will snap in the collective mind of our race, like Lambert, and awaken the lion within to rise to the challenge.
Richard McCulloch's website is at www.racialcompact.com.