It is the worst of times, and it is going to get a lot worse.
The Trump interlude is ending. His election gave us some breathing space. Things could have gotten worse faster if Hillary had won. We have experienced some good things thanks to his administration, but unfortunately nothing fundamentally has improved under his rule. This will likely be the case for the remainder of his administration. Some tidbits here and there, but no fundamental changes. No demographic restoration thanks to deportations of tens of millions of illegals. No restoration of law and order thanks to a crackdown on black mobs, Black Lives Matter, or antifa. No restoration of freedom of association in commerce, or of freedom of speech regarding “hate speech.” In fact, after the synagogue murders in Pittsburgh, I anticipate Trump to sign off on more ADL-sponsored “hate speech” and “hate crimes” laws. He’s going to have to do something, however small, to offer his pinch of incense to his Jewish overlords.
But that’s what we can expect for the remainder of Trump’s administration. What comes after? I have to agree with other ethnonationalists who predict that the next Democratic president will exact revenge on everyone associated with the Trump administration. The Beltway professionals who took part in it will be blackballed of course, but more relevant for us is the fact that the rank and file of the MAGA movement, and its associated factions in the pro-white and pro-Christian world, will also be be targeted for destruction. Until that next Democratic president takes power in January of 2021 or 2025, his or her colleagues in state capitols around the nation, and in Congress, will be busily preparing themselves for that eventuality. That’s why this year’s elections were fairly important. I won’t argue that the Republicans will stick up for us, because Republicans (and conservatives in general) are only good at slowly retreating and shooting their wounded. But it’s also true that the progressives/Democrats/
That difference could allow for an effective defense of what remains of our white Christian identity. All the institutions have fallen to the enemy; they control the territory; they control most of the hearts and minds of our people. All that remains is the holdouts who haven’t bowed their knees to Baal, but whose entire lives (insofar as they are not financially capable of living independently of the mainstream society) are regulated by the insane, anti-white, anti-Christian ruling class. At a minimum the holdouts’ ability to continue to do this must be defended. At best, their ability to strike into enemy territory should be strengthened.
The tide of history is flowing towards anti-white, anti-Christian, insane totalitarianism. There is no question as to that. Our forefathers built a sandcastle that is getting slowly, surely eroded away. That tide will eventually recede, and what remains of us and our identity — the last parts of the sandcastle — will prove to be the foundation of what our posterity builds in the centuries to come. Make no mistake, the West will not disappear. Submerged, yes. But it will be rebuilt, somehow, sometime, by our own flesh and blood. When it is rebuilt, it will not be identical to how it was. Maybe in 10 years, and maybe in 10 generations. When, only God knows. Whether it’s sooner or later depends in part on our willingness to risk, and on the means God provides.
When that next Democratic president will take power, just as with the inauguration of Barack Obama in January 2009, the anti-white, anti-Christian mob will be screaming for blood. Unlike Obama’s era, the era of the next progressive president will be far more openly hostile. The tide has advanced much from 2009 to 2018, and it will only advance further by 2021 or 2025 — thanks in no small part to Trump’s refusal to act effectively on demographics, crime, and liberty. Jeff Sessions has also been a colossal disappointment in this regard, so we can hope his replacement will surpass him.
Before that next Democratic president comes to power, I would encourage everyone to make the most of the time they have. It could come under Trump, or it could delay until that next president, but let’s face it — what we Americans take for granted today will be illegal tomorrow, just as it is in most of the white world. The very words written here would be illegal in most (formerly) Western nations. It’s all a matter of when and how the U.S. political system decides to ban them. The Brits, Aussies, Canucks, and other Europeans already have. Even in Russia these words would likely be enough to bring forth criminal charges. No, Russia is not an idyllic place. It’s just less insane in some ways.
The networking and organizing that we take for granted may also go the way of the dodo. The time to do that is now, while it’s still easier and less prone to criminal charges. There are already law enforcement agencies (local and federal) that love to target anyone with a racial backbone. That will get worse when they have more laws at their disposal. To LEOs, laws are weapons and citizens are their targets. The fewer laws, the better. The more laws, the better chances they and their allies in the court system can fine you or lock you up.
This applies to religious organizations and meetings as well as political ones. The First Amendment protections to freedom of speech, assembly, and religion will not apply when the U.S. political system decides they do not apply. For as much as they are our enemies, the Muslims residing in the West have not been immune to American attacks on their freedoms because the U.S. system figured out a way to justify it to themselves, and to sell it to the public as a service to the public. War on terror and all that. There are other sects here and overseas (FLDS, Falun Gong, the Catholic Church) that the leftist world has been actively attacking in full view of the public and with legal impunity. That will be our fate, if not worse.
The time to act is now. Not in panic, but with purpose and with a clear view to what is coming. Trump is going to leave us less better off than he could have done. And in the meantime, the clock has ticked far closer to that day of reckoning than we were at before he became president.