Fundraising Appeal: Why support The Occidental Observer?

The United States and the rest of the Western world are coming under intense pressure with the rise of multiculturalism and continuing high levels of massive, non-White immigration. We can see the changes all around us, and yet discussion of public policy related to these issues in the mainstream media is contained within a hopelessly narrow space.

We at The Occidental Observer are determined to change this. In this, our first fundraising appeal, we are asking readers to contribute financially to TOO’s success and increased visibility. It is important to get our message out in the most professional manner possible.

Western societies have become cauldrons of competing ethnic groups where only one group — White people of European descent — cannot be heard. Where only one group cannot even articulate its interests. Where only one group seems to think that self-destruction and abdication of political power are moral imperatives.

The Occidental Observer occupies a unique space on the Internet. There is simply no other outlet that discusses issues related to White survival and interests with the same level of intelligence and intellectual honesty that can be found here.

In particular, it is no secret that many of our articles deal with Jewish power and influence. This is a very difficult topic to discuss fairly and honestly. A large part of the problem is that even well-argued, factually-based discussions of Jewish power and influence are typically labeled “anti-Semitic” and are banned from mainstream discussion. The occasional lapses from this public decorum are aggressively policed by an imposing array of well-financed activist organizations. These organizations have no scruples about ruining careers or doing whatever else they see as necessary to maintain the status quo. They typically operate by creating moral panics aimed at shutting down any discussion of Jewish power and any discussion of the Jewish role in the decline of Whites in America and other Western societies.

Prior to the Internet, it was possible to relegate all discussions of Jewish power and influence to the fringes of the culture. But that is no longer the case. The Occidental Observer has a place on the web that is just as accessible as theNew York Times or the Washington Post.

It doesn’t take billions or even millions of dollars to develop a presence in this new medium. But it does require a sound financial foundation. We have set upTOO on a shoe-string budget. The great majority of the writing and all of the technical work have been done as a labor of love by people who are self-motivated to contribute to this effort.

We have posted some exceptional material within these constraints. But volunteer labor can only go so far. Good writers are a rarity and it is only natural that writers would appreciate some compensation — even if it is far less than they would need to earn a living.

Huge numbers of readers are not critical for our success. In my recent back-and-forth discussion with Eric P. Kaufmann on his book, The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America, one thing we agreed on was that the anti-White revolution in America was a top-down phenomenon. To a significant extent, the revolution began in rarified intellectual circles with magazines like Partisan Review with small circulations.

The next revolution will also likely be a top-down phenomenon in which ideas that are completely outside the mainstream are disseminated and gradually take hold among people who can make a difference, whether because they have money, writing ability, or skills in the political arena.  The point is not how many people are reading TOO. The point is that some of the people reading it may be able to make a difference in the future.

Realize that even small donations make a huge difference. At this time, we are not a 501C3 tax-deductible organization — something that we will attempt to remedy in the near future.

At present, we have two ways to make donations:

PayPal Donations.On each page of TOO there is a PayPal donation button which allows donors to donate by credit card or with their PayPal account.

Anonymous Donations. We are well aware that many people would not wish to be publicly associated with supporting TOO — a testimony to the power of those who would silence us. As a result, we have set up a mailbox so that people can send money orders with no name attached. The address for this is:

The Occidental Observer
24881 Alicia Parkway, Suite E, #134
Laguna Hills, CA  92653-4617


Kevin MacDonald (Email him) is Editor of The Occidental Observer and is Professor of Psychology at California State University–Long Beach.