Why do I write? It is very simple.
I write because I am a citizen with a grievance. I’m concerned about the future of my race and my nation, but my voice isn’t heard in what passes for our “national conversation.”
I passionately resent the damage that irresponsible ideologues have inflicted upon people and places that I care about: people like Morris Dees, who lives in a mansion and makes $300,000 a year to give lectures about “White Privilege,” while Montgomery has to be rebuilt across the Alabama River.
This is not about ideology. It is personal. I am waging a war of revenge on Washington and Wall Street over the destruction of Birmingham, Montgomery, and Selma.
There are millions of people like me who live across the country. You have seen what Washington and its policies have done to places that you care about. The crimes that were committed in my beloved state and city by the media, investment bankers, and federal judges have parallels elsewhere.
If you live in Michigan, you have seen what has been done to Detroit. If you live in California, I don’t have to tell you what has become of Los Angeles. Arizona, your grasp on the situation is better than most.
Maybe you are from Texas. You can see what is happening to Houston. Perhaps you are from Georgia. You have a story to tell about Atlanta.
The soundtrack of justice and revenge:
We are launching a new movement here today. This movement is about personal experiences and small concrete things: the stories of real people, not abstractions. The means it will use to bring about the changes we desire is non-violent witness of reality.
It is about someone you know who has been victimized by a crime, a neighborhood that has gone bad, “beached white male” status, going to college to become a “boomerang,” your 401k being wiped out while criminals get a bailout and a golden parachute, the taxes you paid that were squandered by bureaucrats, a school that has been ruined, the job you lost that was outsourced abroad, the house you could never afford, the politically correct shit you have to put up with at work, the lies we hear on television about “pivoting” to jobs, and what this is about more than anything else, is the life that has been denied to you.
America, has been ruined.
It could have been otherwise. There was nothing inevitable about this. The type of society that we suffer under today was the conscious creation of a political elite that wields undeserved power in one specific place. This is their fantasy.
We are furious about what has been done to our country. The establishment that has wrecked our country and our lives in the process must be thrown out of power. Their rotten ideas and policies which have produced disaster must be repudiated.
That one specific place must not be allowed to have the final say anymore. It cannot be allowed to get away with destroying countless other communities in the provinces anymore.
We are all D-Fens now.