White Americans must act to promote and protect their legitimate interests. Section one explains why organization is essential; section two proposes what forms the organization should take; and section three offers possibilities for personal action toward achieving those goals.
Very unpleasant consequences await us if we fail to organize. For the necessary motivation, we must fully appreciate the perils that loom ahead if we don’t change course.
Today we hear that we possess something called “White privilege,” an unearned advantage which keeps all other groups under our thumb. But the reality is quite different. We now have an immigration policy that is dead set on making Whites, the historic majority of America, a minority within the next 25 years or so. If current projections stay on course, our percentage of the population could sink to 40 percent or lower by the end of this century. Demography is indeed destiny, and this decline certainly will lead to loss of power and influence.
Whites at present have more per capita wealth than Blacks and Hispanics, though somewhat less wealth than Asians. Our assets, however, are being transferred to Blacks and Hispanics through taxation to fund various social programs and welfare. At the same time, our earning power is being limited by so-called “affirmative action,” a policy of government-promoted racial discrimination against White Americans in the job market and education.
Its original justification was to provide an even playing field for Blacks because they had a claim on our conscience for past discrimination. But today the benefits of affirmative action go to all non-Whites, including immigrants and their descendants who have no historic claim on America at all. And among them are the Asians who already exceed Whites in average income.
With the White electorate declining and the non-White electorate increasing, the transfer of wealth will continue unabated and perhaps will accelerate. Politicians in the not so distant future, for example, may cut Social Security and Medicare, programs which tend to benefit elderly Whites and transfer the savings to Medicaid, a program that disproportionately helps minorities—who are on their way to becoming the majority. As for affirmative action, would this rising majority of minorities vote to give it up? Perhaps, but probably not.
With these prospects ahead, various commentators tell us not to worry. “After all,” as they typically try to reassure us, “this is America. Yes, we’ll have to make some adjustments, but everything will work out fine because it always does in this exceptional country of ours.” But is happy-face complacency justified as the U.S. loses its historic majority and the demographic and cultural cohesion it has provided? The truth of the matter is that we are leaving all past precedents behind on a voyage into completely uncharted waters.
Making this prospect even more perilous is the shifted paradigm of race relations and civil rights in the U.S. Fifty years ago, the official theme of that paradigm was tolerance, understanding, and reconciliation. Conservative and moderate opinion held back then that White Americans had legitimate interests and concerns to bring to the table of racial compromise. There, as Martin Luther King proclaimed, brotherhood would ultimately abound.
Today, retribution against Whites—not reconciliation—is the guiding principle. Whites under this principle have no right to collective interests. To suggest that they might is racism. We do, however, bear a collective guilt for the sins and alleged sins of our fathers, and well as for the “White privilege” we inflict today. From grade school to higher education, our tax money goes to support this anti-White narrative in classrooms, with little dissent permitted. On campuses and in the media, “White male” is a virtual epithet.
Recently, the left-wing website Salon ran an article stating that the “rampage” of White men must be stopped to save the planet. The philosopher Richard Weaver once stated, “Ideas have consequences.” Just what might be the consequences of Salon’s ideas?
In the new narrative, we are an incorrigibly racist race, and if anyone gives us an inch, we are certain to take an Auschwitz. The only decent thing we can do is give in to each and every demand of our “victims.” And their demands grow ever more shrill and strident, despite 50 years of White accommodation and concession.
A basic reality of human nature is that weakness encourages aggression. In the words of an old Jewish proverb, “When the ox is down, many are the butchers.” As minorities see cringing Whites, many surely feel the desire to keep taking as much as they can. And why shouldn’t they, especially when a large number of Whites keep telling them that they have every right and justification for doing so?
Some people claim that things will get better when Whites become one minority among others. But a society without a demographic and cultural majority will incline toward instability. The end of the White majority in the U.S. will create a social and cultural void, one mostly likely filled with an ethnic and racial free-for-all as all the minorities contend with one another for position and power. In this situation the White minority will face even more displacement if it continues to yield its interests.
What might be the final outcome of our present course? Along with the substantial loss of our political and economic power, it most likely will bring an eclipse of the Western values that are the ancestral legacy of Whites, such values as rule of law, civic duties, fair play—and even kindness to animals. As our numbers, influence, and culture wane, so too will our morale. It could end in the demoralization Jean Raspail depicted in The Camp of the Saints, when White women simply refused to bear White children because of despair and self-loathing.
But the scenario could be even worse, with respect to our physical safety. The lop-sided incidence of interracial violence already points in this direction. And if present trends continue, many of us could face danger from a government increasingly dominated by the radical left. Politically-correct leftists today display all the loathing toward “Whiteness” that their ideological antecedents in Russia and China once directed against “class enemies.” If our PC people today ever achieve the same power as those revolutionaries, would they be capable of the same atrocities?
We must hope never to be in the position where we will have to find out. But more importantly, we must act to make sure that hopelessness isn’t our future. Standing for our legitimate interests is not “White supremacy,” as our foes will charge. Actually it is step toward genuine racial harmony, for such harmony can only exist on the basis of mutual respect—not perpetual aggression on one side and fawning on the other. We have the right—and the duty—to stand for ourselves and for the future of our children.
In the Sixties, the counter-culture proclaimed, “Turn on, tune in, and drop out.” That should be our attitude towards the present status quo as we strive to build a counter-culture and a counter-society of our own. To do so will require effort in the following key areas: social cohesion, financial power, legal power, media, and education.
Social cohesion is something we must achieve. It means strengthening families and building friendships into to a growing network of White people who know, trust, and support one another. Aside from family, organization may form on the basis of common beliefs and interests, such as religion and cultural activities.
More important than anything else is overcoming our tendency toward hyper-individualism. The fate that awaits all of us if we don’t cooperate—if nothing else—should powerfully encourage us to become more sociable. As Benjamin Franklin stated on the eve of the American Revolution, “If we don’t hang together, then we shall surely hang separately.”
Forging these social ties will require more of the attitude of servanthood and less of the egotism and self-promotion that blights many conservative and White advocacy circles. Also, we must become much less sensitive to personal slights and disagreements. These issues don’t matter at all in the light of the danger before us. At the same time, we must be willing to purge and shun individuals who simply can’t get along with others.
If diverse White people can learn to work together, we will have a powerful force-multiplier to compensate for our declining numbers. Standing together we’ll will have much more courage to accomplish our tasks than we presently do. Bravery isn’t easy when you’re facing the enemy alone. Yet as we cast off the selfish version of rugged individualism, we still must strive to be rugged individuals in keeping with our Western heritage. In the words of Rudyard Kipling: “The strength of the wolf is the pack, and the strength of the pack is the wolf.”
Financial power is necessary for just about any other kind of power. The key to attaining it is entrepreneurship and community support for our businesses. Today the money of America is stacked against White interests. If we’re going to get the money we need, to a large extent we’ll have to make it ourselves. To get an idea of how to proceed, it would be helpful to study groups in the U.S. that successfully generate wealth for the benefit of their communities. Among them are Jews, Mormons, and some Asian ethnicities.
One example we might follow is that of Korean-Americans who pool funds to provide capital to entrepreneurs in their communities. This is done so with the expectation that they will help the community if their endeavors prove successful. Another possibility is establishing councils of successful businessmen who can provide advice and council to new entrepreneurs.
A key principle to follow is keeping our money as much as possible in our own community. To do so, we must patronize friendly business owners and professionals. Compilation of a White “yellow pages” for various localities would be helpful for this purpose. Its circulation, of course, would have to be discreet, lest the press discover it and fan outrage over the “racism” involved.
Another vital step is cultivating a work ethic for ourselves and our children, with an emphasis on acquiring skills and practicing discipline to save money. At the same time, we must practice generous giving to activities which serve our community. A further strategy is for us to get jobs in “mainstream” businesses and institutions, and then use the influence we can acquire to encourage the hiring of more of our people.
With financial power and economic networking, we will be able to provide jobs and opportunities for our community. Also they will provide us with the means to establish institutions to advance our goals, and fund political candidates who will defend our interests.
Legal power is essential with a legal system not friendly to our interests. At minimum we have to establish state-wide networks of lawyers who can defend our interests in court. At least in the beginning, some of these lawyers would have to work pro bono. As a longer-term objective, we will need organizations similar to the American Civil Liberties Union to meet the national legal challenges we will face.
Media power will be necessary to advance our message and counter the lies and propaganda of the “mainstream” news organization. Our ultimate goal, admittedly difficult to attain, should be creating or buying large-scale media and entertainment outlets. In the meantime, we must find creative ways to use the Internet and other means to spread our viewpoints. People in our movement with talent in writing and other media-related skills should form guilds where they hone our messaging and strategies for dissemination. One thing we should all do is to spread distrust toward the establishment media as possible. We will have ample opportunity to do this as the dishonesty of those media and their malice toward us become ever more obvious. At the same time, we need to encourage public trust of the media we develop.
Education is a key field where we must focus. Our opponents largely control it, and thereby greatly influence the beliefs and attitudes of the rising generation. The long-term objectives should be creating new educational institutions and recapturing existing ones.
A guild of scholars would be helpful to decide curricula and propose strategies. Establishing private schools at the elementary and secondary level should be is a primary goal. Another option is homeschooling, a growing movement which reflects general disenchantment with the educational establishment. For higher education, we can exert pressure on state-funded colleges and universities to offer the diversity in viewpoints that they demand on the basis of race. Eventually, we will need universities of our own to affirm our culture and values. At all stages, we must strive to impart our beliefs to our children, regardless of where they receive their formal education.
Many of our people feel daunted by the problems we face, and plaintively ask: Just what can one person do? A better question is: What will happen, if each of us doesn’t do as much as he or she can possibly do? Samuel Johnson stated that nothing so powerfully focuses the mind as the prospect of one’s demise. With our minds focused on the prospects outlined in Section I, let’s shift our mindsets from helplessness to determination and possibility thinking.
Just what each and every one of us can do? Most certainly we can strive for personal excellence in body, mind, and spirit. The following are some specific ideas. Quit eating agribusiness junk food and switch to a healthy diet. Exercise—learn a martial art. Abandon junk media culture and cultivate your mind with the great art, music, literature, and cinema of our Western culture. Broaden your knowledge—learn a new trade. Embrace what Theodore Roosevelt called the “strenuous life,” and leave behind the toxic apathy and passivity that so blights our modern world.
Next, honestly assess your strengths and weaknesses, and determine how you can be an asset to the movement. Specifically, you might meditate on what you might contribute to the projects outlined in Section II. If you don’t have the talent and inclination to start and maintain a business, don’t worry. Once again, you can support those who do. If nothing else, you at least can learn to manage your money well, stay out of debt, and allocate your money to further our cause.
Whatever your niche is, find it—and fill it well. The best way to do what is to set tangible objectives, both short-term and long-term. Bear in mind the old saying that if you aim at nothing, that’s exactly what you’ll hit. Some possible goals? If you’re a young person, strive to marry and have children. Strong families and the haven of home-life are essential to our wellbeing and survival. Are you good at music? Then compose songs to inspire our struggle.
Our watchword should be creativity. If our history shows anything, it is that we are unsurpassed as an innovative and creative people. Now we must apply that innovative talent to secure our future. Creativity, however, cannot thrive in an attitude of negativity—an attitude unfortunately common quite among a lot of us today.
Yes, we face difficult odds and concerted malice. But rather than turn to bitterness and defeatism, we might recall the words of Gandalf in The Lord of the Rings when Frodo complained about the deadly evil that he and his companions faced. “I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo. “So do I” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But it is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time given us.”
It may be that we Westerners were never meant to lead lives of too much ease, and that our true destiny requires hardship. Thus instead of regarding the difficult times that we face as an imposition, we might view them as a necessary and beneficial challenge—one we might even thank our enemies for providing.
For the struggle ahead, we must seek inspiration. Those of us who are Christian need to harken to the faith of our fathers (as opposed to the effeminate religiosity so common in churches today). All of us should draw strength from the inspiring myths, legends, and histories of our people. One relevant to our circumstances today is the Anabasis of Xenophon, particularly as described in the account of classicist Edith Hamilton.
Xenophon was a soldier in ancient Greece who joined a force of 10,000 Greek mercenaries to serve Cyrus, the king of Persia. While they were there, Cyrus was killed, and members of another Persian faction slaughtered all the senior leaders of the Greeks. These Persians assumed that without leaders the Greek force would disintegrate and become easy picking for annihilation. As a people accustomed to oriental despotism, the Persians couldn’t imagine men acting without appointed leadership.
They didn’t understand, as Hamilton observed, that the Greeks were men of the West. Unlike the slave-like Persians, they were men of initiative and creativity, with a profound love of freedom. They immediately reorganized, closed ranks, and began what historian Will Durant called “one of the greatest adventures in human history.” Xenophon and the 10,000 overcame innumerable hardships as they made their way back to Greece, a journey of 1,500 miles through mountains and deserts, while contending with hostile forces all along the way.
Ingenious tactics saved them many times. To illustrate, when they ran out of arrows, they would taunt their enemies while staying just out of arrow range. As they faced their foes, a rain of arrows fell harmlessly before them, thus replenishing their supply.
Today, like the 10,000, we have been made leaderless, and most of our institutions have betrayed us. Truly we face a daunting challenge. As our enemies gleefully predict our doom, let’s recall who we are—men and women of the West—and act accordingly.