The woman struggled slowly down the hallway. Her face bore the unmistakable signs of decades of chain smoking and blue-collar work. She dragged her right foot, wrapped in a cast, across the rough hallway carpet. The beeper she wore on her hip bound her to her boss’s will like a chain. A woman in that condition shouldn’t be here working, I thought. She should be home enjoying the company of her children and grandchildren, and giving them instruction and nurture.
I hoped that she was on her way out. An elevator awaited at the end of the hallway. She should get away, I thought, from the nightmarish show going on inside the rooms on this floor. The same show that held her in this Marxist prison.
Whether or not she was going to leave, I had already decided that I was out of here. As I walked past her and started to descend the stairs, I smiled at the lady. Her cheeks crinkled as she nodded and returned the silent greeting. I felt sorry that I could not do more for her, but knew that many of our people will never choose to leave their prison, no matter how badly they suffer from it.
Inside, more white people sat under the tutelage of their captors. Some did so unwittingly. Some did so unwillingly. In the largest room of my company’s building, over 100 company personnel had assembled to receive indoctrination from one of the creators of the #BlackLivesMatter movement. Alicia Garza, a self-proclaimed “black, Latino, queer, feminist, social justice activist,” had accepted the organization’s large speaking fee, free round-trip plane ride, first-class accommodations, and fawning attention in order to teach all of us. How very noble of her.
I had no choice in the matter. I had to be there at least long enough to feign conformity. Unlike 99% of my colleagues, I knew exactly who this person was and what abominations she would spew forth from her lips. Undeterred, however, by the dilemma between revulsion and economic self-preservation, I chose the path of the dissenter. Like everyday Russians under the Soviet regime, I had chosen to outwardly appear to conform. In this instance, all it took was showing up, sitting down, and signing in. I chose a seat next to the door. I would get out of there as quickly as possible.
Garza took the podium. She spoke unapologetically of her status – not as a progressive or a liberal or an American – but as a radical. She proceeded to lecture the nearly 200 people in attendance about how wrong some people were – i.e., cuckservatives – to condemn the radical actions of the #BlackLivesMatter movement while praising the “non-violent, passive resistance” of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
She insisted that King was not a passive man, but a radical. That thought would have been out of sync with the beliefs of most self-respecting white Americans in attendance. In the cosmology of American civic nationalism, King is an iconic figure like Jesus, who turned the other cheek and loved his enemies. As we know from FBI files and the accounts of his peers, though, King was not like Jesus. He was a communist fellow traveler, a patronizer of prostitutes, a woman-beater, and a plagiarist. As Garza claimed, King was a radical.
Garza explained that he was a “very radical figure who opposed poverty, racism, war, ‘profits over people,’ and supported reproductive rights and reproductive freedom.” She linked King to #BlackLivesMatter, opposition to the mass incarceration of black men, and the death of Trayvon Martin. They were all tied together, she said, and morally equivalent.
Such rhetoric has a potent effect on the average white American mind. It undercuts whites’ natural inclinations to distance themselves from what they rightly perceive to be evils, by equating them with what they wrongly perceive to be self-evident and immaculate virtues, e.g., the Civil Rights Movement, the Civil War, abolitionism, and so on. And so whites are at minimum stymied in their opposition to present-day perversions, and at worst converted to their enemies’ causes.
For those already involved in social justice activism (i.e., communists), such rhetoric emboldens them to step up their actions in order to move the Overton window. Most people simply don’t know, and don’t care to know, who or what shapes the fundamental structures of their lives, such as what constitutes a family, what behavior is and is not appropriate, how to gauge and value or devalue the opinions and desires of others, and so on. To their credit, social justice warriors at least try to do these things. Unfortunately, as I saw all too well during Garza’s presentation, in throwing their weight behind what they perceive to be (and are told to be) just causes, social justice warriors get judo-tossed into a cesspool of lies and iniquity – and told to enjoy the swim.
As I had planned, I exited without much notice when Garza was one-third of the way through her presentation. As I left, I ran into the woman I described earlier. I couldn’t help but compare her, and her likely life story, to that of the people whom I had observed filtering into the room earlier to attend Garza’s presentation. They were Indians, Mexicans, white feminists, multiracial queers, and a few blacks. A number of them were obese, physically weak through intentional neglect, or with pierced and disfigured faces. To my left sat a thin, white lesbian. Her hair was as short as mine. To my right sat a tall black man who, to his credit, obviously understood his way around the gym. One tall, effeminately-dressed transsexual white male came in just as the presentation began. Out of the nearly 200 people in attendance, I counted a handful of people I would call healthy white men. The vast majority of this ugly, motley crowd reminded me of a scene out of the Chronicles of Narnia when trolls, witches, and night walkers assembled to prepare their assault on Aslan’s kingdom and people. These people clearly loved the darkness and shunned the light.
The experience caused me to reflect on a theme that has been lurking in my thoughts for some time now. Like that woman I encountered in the hallway, the majority of white people wander between the real evil of self-abnegation and the supposed evil of racial identity. Like a pinball, they bounce back and forth in the space between them, drifting inexorably towards that gutter where the pinball drops and the game ends. In the case of our people, the game ends when they end up like some of the weak, unnatural, perverted excuses for white people that I witnessed at the presentation. We racially-conscious Christians know that people who end up that way don’t see things clearly. They have lived under a lie. To the credit of some, they honestly believe it to be the truth. To the shame of most or all, they do or should know that they are following their sinful desires in obeying the lie.
As for those few healthy, white men that I saw in that huge crowd – such people will simply find themselves outnumbered, outvoted, disgorged of their wealth, stripped of their personal dignity, and ignorant of how to do a thing about it. Unless we give them an effective, alternative course of action.
And until we do, people like that working-class, old white woman will continue to wander who knows where – but never anyplace good. With compassion for those who are truly blind, let’s snatch them from the fire, as St. Jude counsels us. With prayer, let’s ask God to return the impotent but somewhat healthy lost sheep to the Good Shepherd’s fold.
It’s not as if nobody has tried to reach these groups of white people. I will not criticize or discredit anybody who has tried, or the methods by which they have tried. All I offer is a suggestion of another way to persuade them – to ease the transition – by using means God has placed at our disposal.
Our enemies have been extremely successful over the past 150 years in moving our people from healthy, normal behaviors and beliefs to totally aberrant lifestyles. They did it by many means, including many half-measures and compromises that steadily advanced their goals without completely achieving them in one fell swoop. But the key difference between them and us is that we have tended to focus only on half-measures and compromises. With few exceptions, “conservatives,” “cuckservatives,” et al., have been so downtrodden and focused on achieving any gain whatsoever that they have only slightly differentiated themselves and their goals from those of their opponents.
This is an error.
With Saul Alinsky in mind, I would advocate the use of a showdown between two mutually exclusive, holistic visions.
We must help people, like that working-class white woman I described earlier, to reject the psychological prison Marxists have built for them, by communicating a clear, compelling, and satisfying vision of life. Without a clear vision, something to fight for, and an identity in which to take pride, the soul, body, and mind cannot endure the rigors of ordinary life – let alone life as a dissident.
Ironically, other reform-minded whites have insisted on doctrinal purity or LARPed to such an extent that most people – who are not prone to perfection, rigor, or bearing social pains – have dismissed their claims out of hand.
We must be able to incorporate people from across the spectrum God Himself created. To be sure, the future will depend more on certain groups than others, e.g. able-bodied, industrious men and nurturing and supportive ladies. But the future will not be won by one group alone. God has distributed His gifts, talents, personality traits, and so on in an uneven fashion. Isn’t there a reason why our people are so divided into subgroups, such as skaters, geeks, Goths, jocks, and so on? Some people are more attuned to negativity and sarcasm than others. Some are more inspired by hopeful, encouraging messages. Some prefer stability and tradition; some prefer excitement and revolution.
We must consciously help each of these types of people to turn to the straight and narrow path. Those of us who have already made that decision must communicate – propagandize – indoctrinate – subvert – transform – radicalize – anyone and everyone, just as our opponents have steadily done (and continue to do) for decades. How else can we lead?
We must tell a more compelling story, paint a better picture, engage with larger hearts, love with principled passion, these people — our volk — and snatch them from the fire.
1. We must become holier
First and foremost we must cultivate holiness as a people, and holiness as families and individuals. This would sound odd or controversial to non-Christian ears, but the logic is simple. Without dedication to God first, we will remain adrift philosophically. If all that attaches us to a love for our people or a continued desire for their existence is our will – which changes from day to day in a hundred ways – we will not have a stable, solid foundation upon which to build our future. No matter how strong, well-intentioned, self-disciplined, or noble, in terms of time our hearts and minds are simply shifting sands. They will come, go, change, change some more, and eventually go back to the places whence the winds blew them. If we base ourselves on something as temporary as a reaction to, or antithesis of, twenty-first-century postmodernism, we will take our labors and our ideas to the grave with us. Future generations simply will not care. They will not LARP in imitation of us any more than we will of our predecessors. Anybody who did simply would not deserve to succeed in his day. God does not call us to live in the past or in the future. He calls us to deal with the problems that He, today, has placed under our authority.
So in order to build something worthwhile and not waste our scarce resources of time, energy, and so on, we must have immovable, timeless principles upon which to build our future. I do care about the past. I do want to win the future. I believe my readers do, too. But there is no surer, more stable, or timeless foundation upon which to build than God Himself: the great “I Am.” Hence, the need to cultivate holiness each and every day.
I use holiness as a term not in the sense that a systematic theology textbook would use it, but more broadly to encompass our love for, trust in, and dependence upon God. As St. Paul wrote in Colossians, all of creation – including us and our folk — was made by, in, and for Christ. Christ, therefore, is the logical place to start with any plan to build an effective movement. To Christians familiar with the Scriptures, I need not elaborate on the necessity or propriety of building our houses upon the Rock, so I will move on. But do not mistake that for a lack of emphasis in the primacy, and necessity, of our dependence upon God. I am convinced that our best efforts, done without or contrary to God and His revealed will in the Scriptures, will end up as nothing more than sandcastles washed away by the relentless waves God has ordained in the future. I’d rather drive a pillar deep into the ground that will endure despite the storms and floods that time will bring.
2. We must become stronger
Secondly, instead of celebrating sloth and physical weakness, we must embrace strength and vigor. As Christians, we have no excuse to neglect our bodies, for as St. Athanasius explained, Christ Himself was incarnated not only in order to save our souls, but also in order to save our bodies. St. Paul instructs us to treat our bodies as the temples of the Holy Spirit. Yes, he explicitly connects that thought to the avoidance of sexual immorality, but degrading our bodies – which are part of the Body of Christ and joined to the Lord in the Spirit – is sinful no matter how we accomplish that degradation. We know that drug or alcohol abuse is sinful for this and related reasons. How then are gluttony and sloth not sinful?
To put it another way, do we glorify God in our bodies by weighing down and weakening ourselves through misuse and abuse of our bodies? No. God gives us gifts, such as food and healthy bodies, in order for us to use them and bear fruit for His glory. Preachers would receive condemnation for sticking their gift under a basket and not preaching the Gospel. How then can any of us stick our able bodies under a basket of weakness, obesity, sloth, and indifference and not expect to be condemned for it? God gave us healthy limbs, hearts, and so on for us to use them to bear fruit for His glory. When we work, when we bear and raise children, when we train for combat, when we rescue those who are not able-bodied, when we play, when we make music and art, we glorify God in our bodies. We should make our bodies pure in every way, not in one way only.
3. We must become smarter & wealthier
We must also make ourselves smarter, more intelligent, more innovative, and better problem-solvers. In a word, we need to be engineers. We must engineer the resurrection of our people and our civilization, and that cannot happen without useful, relevant knowledge. I speak holistically here, of what our entire people must do (at least the subset of the white race that will continue to count itself as white people). As a group, we need blue-collar skills and white-collar skills alike. As individuals and families, we will tend towards one of the two, or to certain combinations of subcategories within those two overarching categories. I know plenty of men who are handy with a car, with construction, and in the kitchen, who can also write, pray, and work in twenty-first-century, computer-based jobs. So my intent is not to pigeonhole any person or family. Experts disagree over whether or not to specialize or develop a wide range of marketable skills. That debate holds no interest to me at the moment. The theme they have in common – the need to develop marketable skills that translate into income for the household, wealth for the trustee family, and prosperity for our people – is what I am keying in on. Lasting wealth flows from real education in trades that pay. As men, women, families, and communities, we need to double down on this once-vital hallmark of our people. I’ve seen it manifested in a number of ways: shaming those who refuse to work, opposing government actions that discourage honest work, saving and spending on education that furthers one’s earning capabilities, and taxpayer-funded job training and job placement programs. In the end, the measuring stick is not whether it’s private or public, short-term, individual action or long-term, systemic reform. The question needs to be, “How does it benefit our people?” If it gives us more incentive to wake up every day with a desire to conquer the world for Christ, folk, family, and self, then it is good. In this world system that opposes our very existence, in which it is growing increasingly difficult to maintain our standard of living and way of life, I would advocate anything (not contradictory to God’s Word) that yields positive results. Protestants once taught the doctrine of vocation — that God has a mission, and work, for each person to do. Let’s do it.
4. We must become beautiful
Decades of “keeping it real” and lowest-common-denominator, come-as-you-are culture have made beauty rare. Take a glance at the people standing in your grocery store checkout line. How many of the customers there have dressed nicely, modestly, attractively – and have manners, bodies, and attitudes to match? I have observed many crowds. Not many ordinary people in those crowds would meet these standards. It’s not for inability. It’s simply for lack of knowledge, and lack of trying.
The ironic thing is that as the Jewish-led mass media has encouraged physical dilapidation and ugliness, the same media constantly teases the masses with fantasies of fame, wealth, beauty, and splendor. Again, take a look around the grocery store checkout line. Magazine after magazine adorned with physically attractive but spiritually disgusting models stare down at those customers. Most of our neighbors – the customers in those checkout lines – have cultivated neither physical nor spiritual beauty.
As part of our vision, we must encourage our men and women to cultivate the inner beauty that comes from purity, chastity, and Christian character – as well as the outer, physical beauty that comes from good nutrition, sleep, exercise, proper grooming, and modest but attractive attire. In short, to be the kind of women that Moses and St. Peter described Sarah as being – a beautiful woman who was reverent, pure, and adorned with good works – and the kind of men that young King David was – brave, a lover of God, handsome, and strong.
Promiscuity must become a hallmark of other people, and never us. Let it be a mark of the non-whites, miscegenators, and traitors to the race and the King. Strong white families, communities, and nations simply will never grow if our children are sired abandoned and rootless. Nor if our adults are all fickle, unfaithful pickup artists and divorcees. Let us learn from the Spartans, whom King Agesilaus said derived their greatness from their founder Lycurgus’s teaching to look upon pleasure with contempt. White people must live for something greater than passing pleasures and romantic fads. We must live for the Kingdom of God.
Our men must shun promiscuity in themselves, and shun promiscuous women from their lives. White, Christian men must so sternly disapprove of promiscuity and divorce that it becomes a genetic trait of ours to reject immodesty and infidelity. Let us practice natural selection by abandoning sexual turncoats to the non-white masses, and the promiscuous bottom-dwellers to the loving nurture of an anti-white State. After a few generations of adherence to this standard, racial loyalty and sexual purity would be as typically associated with one another among our people group as gun ownership and love of liberty are among conservative whites today.
5. We must become truer
I know plenty of good people who are able to handle a syllogism, spot a logical fallacy, and debate the finer points of theology, history, and parenting. But none of these things are worth a dime if we are willing to submit to the deceptions and falsehoods that overrule our lives. Yes, I am referring to that many-headed hydra that alternately goes by ‘political correctness,’ ‘the Establishment,’ ‘society,’ or any other such title. I am referring to pushing out that monster from the place it (incorrectly) occupies in many of our thoughts the place of censor, conscience, and arbiter of truth. I am not referring to spouting off at every passing breeze. I heed St. Augustine’s advice in City of God not to become like the hero who was distracted from his task by attempting to undo every evil deed a villain had committed, and would forever continue to commit. St. John also recorded this advice when he told us to continue doing our duty, even though the evil and the false continuing doing their misdeeds (Rev. 22:11).
Instead of fighting every 140-character battle that erupts on Twitter, I am referring to the deep, hard work of allowing Jesus Christ to reign over our thoughts and words. I am referring to governing our thoughts and words by His Word. This is not only externally manifested in our words and deeds, but also internally worked out in our thoughts and innermost being. It is a mystical work with public results.
What we will do as a result of His reign in our lives will vary from person to person, situation to situation. We are all at different stages of our walk with Him and we are, of course, called to perform different roles as part of His Body. We need people to point out the evils and lies committed by the Enemy and the enemies of our people; we also need encouragers like Barnabas to nurture and build up those young in their faith. There are a hundred other roles to play, a multitude of parts to the Body of Christ. Let us not neglect or overinflate any of them simply because, like the proverbial guy with a hammer, we think the whole world is made of nails. Instead, whatever type of person God has made us and whatever calling He has given us, let us do it free of the dictates of society, the media, and political correctness. Let us do it with His Word as our guide.
This is simple enough to say, and complex enough to take the rest of our lives to do. But of course, that’s one of the hard, comforting truths about Christianity. It doesn’t make it less true; it simply matches the contours of the story of our redemption.
6. We must become fruitful in the Spirit
Finally, no matter how wretched our enemies and their system may be, we won’t beat something with nothing. In addition to the necessary, truthful, and righteous deconstruction of the system that many of our intellectuals, ordinary folks, and trolls are doing currently, our side must propose a positive, constructive vision for people to embrace. We have reviewed some of the key features of that new vision already. Alongside love for God, I would say the most important traits we must cultivate in order to succeed are the fruits of the Holy Spirit that can most visibly affect positive change in us, our relationships, and our fellow man. That includes love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, faithfulness, and the rest (Gal. 5:22-23).
As Jesus told us, our love for one another can distinguish us from (and recommend us to) the unbelieving world. Love should be a distinctive trait of our people. We must do it if for no other reason than to help ourselves. Without love, St. Paul said, a Christian would have nothing at all. And nothing is about all we have right now in the Church and in the State. We have no power, no ownership, no respect, no future, and no belonging there. Our poverty plagues our families and haunts our hearts. So why not adorn ourselves with love – real, true, biblical love – and the other fruits of the Spirit, and emphasize and expect such from our people in the future? Why not emphasize the kind of abundant love that seeks not its own, but others’ welfare? Why not expect that among racially-conscious Christian whites, we will have not disputes but affection and loyalty? Is there a downside to that? Is there anyone who doesn’t want more joy and peace in their lives? Is there anyone who wants more isolation and loneliness instead of more brotherhood, unity, and practical support? God already expects His people to live by the Spirit and to bear His fruit. Let’s second that motion by expecting and encouraging it ourselves. God knows the lost and their society are depressed and getting worse by the day. Let’s be different.
We will be glad we did. Our posterity will find it far easier to assume our mantles (and reject the world’s) if they can gain love, unity, and true happiness in the bargain. We will show our superiority over the current world system by showing, through our actions, that we mean it when we say we love each other, that the joy of the Lord is our strength, that He renews our strength, that our hope is in Christ, that we give thanks in all circumstances.
Regardless of our willingness to be His agents, God can work, and has worked, to save our people and destroy the works of the devil. But by offering a compelling, radical vision of a better life to our fellow whites, our white kinsmen around the world will know that there is a God, and a people, who love them and will stand up for them. Through word and example, we will show people like that old, blue-collar woman that the doors to their prison are wide open, and that outside, a joyous victory celebration awaits their arrival.