Many in our movement are often heard complaining on podcasts and in the comments sections of too much talk, but no action. Sure, it would be both practical and effective if our politicians represented our interests and took action on our behalf, but that’s a pipe dream! Also, it is certainly unreasonable to expect most […]
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Part 1 Part 2 So let us examine some realistic aspects of those three foundational branches of “Diversity’s Promise”: It must be an imperative; it must be inclusive; and it must differentiate: Since this campus is in San Diego County, there is a perfect example that I personally recall regarding the U.S. Navy in San […]
Part 1. The Q and A The first questioner noted that at a recent student meeting Whites who advocated an all-inclusive Student Union were “shouted down as being racist. Clearly on campuses across the nation the White European-Americans have been disenfranchised and marginalized to the extent that these are now the students with poor self-esteem, […]
“Just as I have a privilege called walking, I need to recognize that I have a privilege called Whiteness!” That was one of several points strongly asserted by Dr. Daryl G. Smith in her response to an audience question regarding the absence of any White Student Associations on campuses across the nation. Prof. Smith, a […]
Editor’s note: This article on establishing student organizations that are explicitly for White students is reposted with permission from the National Youth Front website. They also have an article on a story from Canada where someone claiming to represent the Students for Western Civilization distributed the above poster around the campus at Ryerson University, the […]
February 25, 2015 Dear Congressman: With the impending speech to congress this March 3 by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, I respectfully submit one of your constituent’s opinions regarding this presentation. I hope you’ll entertain a small morsel of levity in my following introduction, but in all fairness this is a letter of serious context. […]