Ian Jobling has advised the pro-white movement to reconcile racialism with liberal values. Absent from his discussion is any mention of the corrosive effect of liberal principles on white racial consciousness across history.
In any case, Jobling poses an interesting question. What role (if any) should the liberal values of liberty, equality, and tolerance have in a future racialist order?
I would argue that our objection isn’t so much to the trinity above as it is to universalism. Racialists are typically in favor of a moderate degree of individual freedom, civil equality, and tolerance of other points of view – why the impulse to extend these principles to all races? It is license, social equality, and non-discrimination that we find reprehensible.