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Living the Woke Life

So you’ve taken the red pill … now what? The first thing to realize is that there are many red pills and that, over time, given persistence, you will find there is nuance to these. Many people are satisfied to be red-pilled on just one subject and never progress further. One thing that commonly happens, though, is that your reaction goes through phases similar to grief. And this is no surprise because becoming red-pilled rips your old comfortable life away from you forever. It fundamentally changes how you see numerous things you never noticed before. You start to notice how…

Courage Amidst Clown World

It is easy to become overwhelmed and demoralized by the utter lunacy of Clown World. The daily political happenings cause anxiety, rage and a heavy burden of hopeless impotence. It is this kind of mindset that makes it very difficult to accomplish anything. No matter how bleak the situation seems, no matter how hopeless you feel, there is a long list of things that you can do in your daily life to improve life for you and your family and promote White well-being. To anyone paying attention, it would seem as though all is lost for our people. Whites are…

Advice for the Newly Redpilled

The first thing you need to do is to stop being ashamed. Industries have risen around White guilt and White shame. When you accept the Five Words – when you say to yourself “It’s Okay to be White” – you strike a blow against that Academic-Political Complex. Their political plans hinge on us feeling bad about ourselves and our history. When enough of us refuse to do that, their whole house of cards comes tumbling down. That is why they are trying so hard to frighten us into silence. I can’t tell you not to be afraid. Standing up for…

Trial in Absentia

In 1938 the House Committee on Un-American Activities was established to investigate alleged disloyalty and subversive activities on the part of private citizens, public employees, and those organizations suspected of being sympathetic to communist interests. The first person asked to testify before the Committee was Hallie Flanagan the head of the Federal Theater Project; she was called to answer the suspicion that she was using government funds to spread her socialist ideology. In 2019 the House Committee on American Activities held its first hearing on White Nationalism to investigate alleged disloyalty and subversive activities on the part of private citizens,…

Our Race We Must Win

Let’s talk about “humanity” for a moment. We often hear, without sufficient detail, about how we must act to preserve our humanity when compelled to intervene in potentially dangerous or hostile actions. Although it is rarely developed, so often people seem to accept this justification which suggests there is something universal in that we work for our self-interest, for our continued survival, and for our prosperity. It is both more visceral and more primal than ideas or ideology, and perhaps for those very reasons, more real. We are often told in the larger context there is only one human race….

A Place for Us

I’m a Park Person. I’ve driven my little family to 17 National Parks so far and I am an Annual Parks Pass Holder, so I’ve spent a lot of time driving around in my modest family car, seeing magnificent landscapes and making friends with some of the most amazing people in this country. I’ve always lived in the big cities of the Southwest, so I find wide open spaces and sparse populations very soothing. When we plan our trips, we try to stay off major highways and strive to have our meals in small towns at establishments owned by locals….

My Long March to Understanding

Growing up in the 90s and 2000s, I was drowning in an ocean of anti-White propaganda and degeneracy. The fact that I was able to make it out at all is nothing short of a miracle. Like many, I grew up not much caring one way or the other about race. I lived in very diverse areas and consistently had friends from all races, religions and backgrounds, and still do for that matter. Nevertheless, I knew from a young age that something wasn’t quite right. I have always been student of history. Ever since I was little, I loved learning…

An Open Letter to Liberal Whites

I know you must consider me one of the wickedest people in the world. Not only do I think It’s Okay to be White – I believe we must secure the existence of our People and a future for White children. Nowadays that’s enough to get me no-platformed in most polite society. Yet instead of shouting me down you’re willing to hear me out. That’s a great kindness, and one I hope to repay with honesty. I may shock you and I may offend you. I will not lie to you. You’ve been told there is no such thing as…

Born Again

I was raised properly and traditionally, in a rural, blue-collar, Midwestern setting. Although it was rocky at times, I was lucky enough that my parents stuck it out and are still married to this day. Because so many of our brothers and sisters weren’t blessed in this way, I feel an added responsibility, that I was given an advantage, so I must utilize it to the benefit of all (of our in-group that is). I grew up in the Catholic Church (unmolested for any who were wondering). I used to go to the Wednesday night CCD classes with all of…

A Child of the West

My father has always emphasized education and culture. I was a good reader early, so when I was in second grade, my Dad got me the full used set of Grosset and Dunlap’s “Companion Library,” containing dozens of classic books. The entire Tom Sawyer series was included, but also Aesop’s Fables, Grimm’s Fairy Tales, Swiss Family Robinson, Jungle Book, The Call of the Wild, Kidnapped, The Legends of King Arthur and His Knights, Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, Tanglewood Tales, Gulliver’s Travels and a couple of dozen more. Though it was more implicit than explicit, these books gave me an…