In a recent interview, my wife and I explained how we produce our podcast, Good Morning White America, with both pro-white Christians and non-Christians in mind. Our approach is to be open to those different from us, without watering down our core values. We are the gatekeepers. We make sure anti-Christian messages don’t get in, and that only pro-white, pro-Christian messages make it to your earbuds. It has been simple enough to do this since we lead the podcasting effort and everyone we’ve worked with has been respectful of our stance.
With regard to efforts which we ourselves direct, like Good Morning White America or our budding small group Bible studies, it’s easy to keep those under Christ’s dominion since we lead them under His authority. We’re accountable to Him for those things which we control.
But recently I got into a conversation with someone who is not himself a Christian, but is fond of the cultural and moral norms that Christianity has instilled in Western civilization. It made me look more closely at the relationship of Christians and non-Christians who both want to preserve and renew Western civilization. With respect to the larger question of how to preserve our race — a question of which I’m not a gatekeeper and have but little influence — what role does personal faith in Christ play in pro-white activism? What approach should we take towards those not of the faith?
For me the question has always been about influence and power. Who is influencing whom? Who is calling the shots? By what means, and to what end, are decisions being made? Jesus was a friend of drunkards and prostitutes. However, He was the one who did the influencing. He led them to change, and not the other way around.
The means by which He influenced them was His Word. The Word preached has and will always be the primary means by which God changes people’s lives. Whether it’s as someone preaching from the pulpit, or performing street evangelism, Scripture itself tells us that the Word is the necessary and sufficient means by which the Holy Spirit changes people.
For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?…So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. (Romans 10:13-14, 17)
So then as believers working alongside non-believers in a global effort to withstand the evil of our day and to stand as men of the West, let us share God’s Word so that our lost kinsmen, by His mercy, may know and adore the God who created the civilization and bloodline they are fighting to save.
We wouldn’t want them to work so hard and end up outside the gates of the kingdom, would we? Our race is nothing if not the property of Christ, and without Him our civilization will perish. We can’t control whether or not our race, or our unbelieving kinsmen, will be saved. We can, however, control whether or not they know to whom they belong, and that they are in mortal danger.