The Guardian has released an editorial piece denouncing White Nationalism as “a rising danger” to the post-World War II order which has brought the West to the brink of.destruction. The editors describe this as a movement of young men in Europe and the United States who are economically disillusioned and harbor “dangerous emotions.” They write:
What we have once more is a growing cohort of men who know that the economy has no dignified use for them, and who feel this insult to their own personal self-worth is also an insult to the nation, the religion, or even the race, that they are proud to belong to. Their reaction brings shame on all three. These are dangerous emotions.
The editors dismiss the real issues (mass Third World immigration, neoliberal economic de-industrialization, cultural rot and elite disdain for the people over which they rule). After dismissing our issues, what solution do The Guardian editors offer?
The only counter to this kind of twisted idealism is an idealism of progress and decency which can carry an equivalent meaning and urgency, but values all people for themselves, not for their race or creed.
Empty slogans. Nothing. A few feel good words which do not address our issues or problems. How can they halt the growth of the pro-White Right-wing and regain support from the people while ignoring our issues? No wonder our enemies are losing support everywhere.