Looking back, the most memorable and penetrating articles that I wrote about last year was the series about the “mainstreamer” vs. “vanguardist” controversy.
Nothing much has changed since then.
The “mainstreamers” are still holding their annual conferences. The “vanguardists” are still plotting the total destruction of the system in their podcasts and blog entries.
My own views have evolved significantly since that time. It has been a natural progression from the theories that I was expounding last year.
Everyone has noticed that we rarely talk about the vanguardists here anymore. We gradually lost interest in those people. Fighting with them is now seen as a waste of time. It is a distraction from our current race project.
Mainstreaming White Identity
If we settled the theoretical issues about the need to “mainstream” White racial consciousness last year, this year we have broken off completely from “the movement,” scrapped its ideology, and set sail by ourselves into uncharted waters.
There is a very simple explanation for this: we have multiple lines of evidence that confirm we are not alone.
This site has always been unusual in that we keep very close tabs on the pulse of White America. As “mainstreamers,” we rejected the idea that ordinary people (aka “lemmings”) are really as stupid and naive about race as the vanguard has made them out to be.
Following the polls and analyzing elections has always been one of our favorite things to do around here. It is explains much of the content that is found on this website.
Here’s what we have recently learned:
(1) We learned from the Pew Study that not even SWPLs believe the lie that “racism” is holding back African-Americans in our society and that more “civil rights” legislation is needed to uplift them to equality.
The only White people who believe that “racism” is holding back African-Americans are the “Solid Liberals” who are ubiquitous in the MSM. No one else really believes that anymore.
(2) We learned from the Rasmussen Polls that the only people who believe in Black Run America are African-Americans and the DWL political class.
The vast majority of White people – something in the neighborhood of 64 to 77 percent – believe that America’s best days are in the past and that America is headed in the wrong direction under Barack Hussein Obama.
(3) We know that White America is mad … I mean really, really mad, unusually mad, in that for the first time in our memory nearly all sections of the White electorate – young and old, rich and poor, male and female, college and high school educated, are united against Barack Hussein Obama and are swiftly consolidating into a racial bloc.
Some people like to pick on White women … just 34 percent of White women without a college degree support Barack Obama. And that is at the national level.
We know that only 35 percent of White working class men support Barack Obama and that something like an anemic 21 percent of them voted for Democrats in the 2010 midterm elections.
Obama has the support of 38 percent of White seniors, 35 percent of White Baby Boomers, 40 percent of White Gen Xers, and 41 percent of White Millennials.
In 2008, Barack Hussein Obama won 54 percent of White Millennials, but his support among White Millennials fell to 45 percent in 2010 and had fallen to 41 percent by April 2011.
Now that White Millennials are becoming “Boomerangs,” they have turned more sharply against Obama than other types of White people. Graduating from college and moving back home to live with their parents seems to be having a chastening “hate effect” upon former dewy eyed Obamaniacs.
(4) Just the other day, we learned from another study that White America now believes that anti-White bias has become a more serious problem than anti-black prejudice. In hindsight, the 2000s were a watershed decade in which the pendulum in White America swung from racial altruism to racial defense.
(5) In the 2010 midterm elections, we saw what was called “unprecedented White flight” from the Democrats, which was undoubtedly a reflection of the changes in White racial attitudes that we are seeing in all these other polls, not any real enthusiasm for Republicans.
I’ve read a lot of other racial polls over the past eight months. These are just some of the most recent ones that come to mind and they all point to the same inescapable conclusion.
There is massive disaffection with the status quo in White America. It is not just a few oddballs and lunatics on the internet who are pissed off about Black Run America. The feeling of alienation extends to a much wider audience.
Only 31 percent of White Americans now believe the future will be better than the past. When 69 percent of White America believes that the past was better than the future, it means that there has been a critical loss of legitimacy somewhere in the White electorate.
The vanguard could not be more wrong about the lemming question. The people who might have been “Joe Six Packs” and “Sally Soccermoms” in the 1990s – oblivious to the future, secure in their private suburban cocoons – are certainly not feeling that way anymore.
There has been a change.
Alarm Bells: The White Working Class
We know from the polling data and election returns who is losing faith in Black Run America and where they live in the United States.
For months now, a political scientist named Ronald Brownstein who writes for National Journal has been sounding alarm bells about the White working class. David Paul Kuhn of RealClearPolitics is another who has drawn attention to this subject. We have written about Brownstein and Kuhn here in the past.
Brownstein’s latest article is his direst warning yet:
Still, amid all of this change, whites without a four-year college degree remain the largest demographic bloc in the workforce. College-educated whites make up about one-fifth of the adult population, while minorities account for a little under one-third. The picture is changing, but whites who have not completed college remain the backbone of many, if not most, communities and workplaces across the country.
They are also, polls consistently tell us, the most pessimistic and alienated group in American society.
This is another way of saying that the “taxforce” is pessimistic and alienated. We recently learned that 51.5 percent of African-Americans are employed in the United States. Those who are employed and who make the most money work in the diversity-government complex.
Amazingly, while black employment has fallen to its lowest level in America in forty years, NPR is reporting “The End of Anger” among the African-American middle class which “anti-racists” always claim are suffering from “white privilege” and “institutional racism” and “structural racism,” but which the polls show to be the consistently most optimistic sector of the population.
Meanwhile, the “taxforce” is paying for all the social services and is getting squeezed harder every year by the growth of the minority population which marginalizes them politically while simultaneously consuming most of the public services. These African-Americans and Hispanics have a “civil right” to the paychecks of the White working class.
Listen to this:
The latest measure of this discontent came in a thoughtful national survey on economic opportunity released last week by the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Economic Mobility Project. If numbers could scream, they would probably sound like the poll’s results among working-class whites.
One question asked respondents whether they expected to be better off economically in 10 years than they are today. Two-thirds of blacks and Hispanics said yes, as did 55 percent of college-educated whites; just 44 percent of noncollege whites agreed. Asked if they were better off than their parents were at the same age, about three-fifths of college-educated whites, African-Americans, and Hispanics said they were. But blue-collar whites divided narrowly, with 52 percent saying yes and a head-turning 43 percent saying no. (The survey, conducted from March 24 through 29, surveyed 2,000 adults and has a margin of error of Â±3.4 percent.)
What makes these results especially striking is that minorities were as likely as blue-collar whites to report that they have been hurt by the recession. The actual unemployment rate is considerably higher among blacks and Hispanics than among blue-collar whites, much less college-educated whites.
Why is the White working class so unusually pissed off while African-Americans and Hispanics are more likely to be unemployed?
It is because African-Americans and Hispanics are buying groceries with EBT cards, getting TANF welfare checks, Energy Assistance, Section 8 housing vouchers, Medicaid, etc.
The White working class pays for most of the things that African-Americans and Hispanics get for free like public education for their children. It also pays for the government services they receive like EBT cards and Medicaid.
After supporting African-Americans and Hispanics via the federal government as “the invisible parent,” White taxpayers have to pay for the private school for their own children, the mortgage in the suburb to escape crime and diversity, their own groceries at Super Wal-Mart, the rent, the utilities, college tuition, etc.
If the average single black woman has a net worth of $5 dollars, why are single black women with children becoming much more common? How do they support themselves? It doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to figure it out.
This really says it all:
In the most telling result, 63 percent of African-Americans and 54 percent of Hispanics said they expected their children to exceed their standard of living. Even college-educated whites are less optimistic (only about two-fifths agree). But the noncollege whites are the gloomiest: Just one-third of them think their kids will live better than they do; an equal number think their children won’t even match their living standard. No other group is nearly that negative.
The “taxforce” doesn’t even believe their own children will enjoy the same declining standard of living that they do now. Yet somehow 63 percent of African-Americans say their children will be better off in the future when black unemployment is at record highs.
Does that sound strange?
It only sounds strange if you believe that Jim Crow America still exists and that DWLs are “white supremacists” who control every institution in our society and that “racism” is what prevents African-Americans from getting ahead in our society.
By contrast, although it is difficult to precisely quantify, the sense of being eclipsed demographically is almost certainly compounding the white working class’s fear of losing ground economically. That huge bloc of Americans increasingly feels itself left behind—and lacks faith that either government or business cares much about its plight. . . .Alarm bells should be ringing now about the social and economic trends in the battered white working class and the piercing cry of distress rising from this latest survey.
In the Mars Challenge, we saw that Barack Hussein Obama is spending $2 billion dollars a year for the specific purpose of “strengthening” African-American, Hispanic, Asian American, and Native American institutions. He isn’t spending $1 dollar to strengthen White educational institutions.
The Race Project
We know from the polling data and anecdotal evidence that our suspicion that the gap between the White racialists and White people is not nearly as large as the vanguard has made it out to be.
The gap has been closing in recent years as Black Run America has become more explicitly anti-White.
What’s more, this polling data about changing White racial attitudes comes from national samples, which means that White people who live in certain parts of the United States must be feeling dramatically more alienated than those who live in other areas.
In 2008, Barack Hussein Obama underperformed John Kerry among Whites in three states: Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Obama won 10 percent of the White vote in Alabama, 11 percent in Mississippi, and 14 percent in Louisiana.
That was at the height of his popularity and before he arrived in the White House.
Obama won 60 percent of the White vote in Oregon, 59 percent in Washington, and 36 percent in Idaho. The only states in America where more Whites voted for Barack Obama than Oregon and Washington were Hawaii and Vermont.
There are parts of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana where Whites vote Republican and African-Americans vote Democrat. Elections are racial headcounts. They reflect Census numbers.
In the nineteenth century, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana were known as the “Old Southwest.” The Lower Mississippi Valley is the Achilles Heel of Black Run America. There are more disillusioned Whites living here than anywhere else in America.
The racial unanimity in hostility to Barack Hussein Obama means that opposition to Black Run America in the Old Southwest must be drawn from all sectors of the White population and at much higher rates than we are seeing nationwide.
Language of Rebellion
This is why it was so easy to shed the skin of White Nationalism.
White people in the Old Southwest are already racially conscious to a large degree. They are deeply alienated from Black Run America. There are plenty of White people in Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana who never believed in Black Run America.
There are people on the internet who claim to be pro-White, but who say that White Christians, White conservatives, and White women must be ridiculed and excluded from our ranks.
We consider these groups our base.
This website had gradually evolved from arguing the position that White racial consciousness must be “mainstreamed” to the position that there are already millions of White people in the American South who are alienated, embittered, and who understand race and who only need to be nudged in the right direction to rebel against the present system.
While some pro-White intellectuals busy themselves with reading Guillaume Faye books and writing Nietzsche and Céline essays, we are crafting a “language of rebellion” (this is the great race project) for a specific people who live a specific geographic area and who we know are disaffected and receptive to an outlaw conservative message.
We are constantly searching for the right frequency and the means to broadcast our message to this mass audience. Eventually, we will find the right message and the pathway to deliver our racial molotov cocktail to the intended target.
We can look at the election returns in cities like Selma and Montgomery and see what White people in Alabama are already thinking about Black Run America. This is where the real opposition movement is going to be created.
My own personal dream has always been to march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma with thousands of White people on the way to Montgomery to overthrow Black Run America. It is a comforting thought that I might actually live to see it happen.