A Better Context for Women

Our movement, such as it is, and society run in parallel: both have an interest in creating a thriving civilization. That cannot be measured by economics alone, but incorporates many threads, including a sense of well-being, achievement of excellence in culture, honesty, something worth living for, social order, the family, and infrastructure. On all of these points, our society is falling down, mainly because modernism being based in Leftism has abandoned any sense of reality in its symbolic pursuit of Utopia through equality at all costs. This will shock many of us, but women are people, too, and they form…

Race to the Bottom

The great demographic replacement project began in 1965. Following our rhetoric during the world wars, where we the “free world” were good because we had democracy and equality, and the other side was evil because they were nationalists who were not democratic or egalitarian, our people followed the ideological cue. That led them to decisions like Brown v. Board of Education (1954), JFK’s Executive Order 10925, and eventually, the Hart-Celler Act which specified that immigration must come mostly from the Third World, reversing all previous legislation on the topic. Even the election of Kennedy served as a teachable moment for…

Equality Destroys Diversity

People talk about this thing called “White genocide,” which means the demographic replacement and outbreeding of White people. When that process completes, no unmixed Whites will remain, and so like every other ethnic group which has become mixed, they will be unable to maintain their culture, values, and civilizations, and will be lost to history. Although this sounds terrifying, it both exists and does not, mainly because it is a subset of something else. We live in a time defined by its dominant paradigm, egalitarianism, which is the idea that people are “equal” or should be “equal” (equal is never…

Novelty and Necessity: Our Identity Today

Identity refers to the group for whose interests a person is willing to die. Composed of a mosaic of overlapping religion, ethnicity, culture, race, class, and “elective identities” like social group or personal interests, identity proves more complex than ideology, which is a yes/no proposition. You either support equality, or you do not, and since no context is named, it is assumed that you are speaking in a universal context such as “all of humanity” or “across the universe.” Identity asks what is best for your people, where ideology asks what all people should do. Our current time lacks even…