Tucker is right.
I think even the anti-Tucker crowd here will grudgingly acknowledge the point.
The reason why this continues and no one rises up and fights back is because most people are afraid to organize and challenge the status quo. They are afraid of being labeled “racists,” getting in trouble and losing their jobs. They prefer to live their lives and gripe on the internet about their racial and cultural decline. That is just the way it is. We live in an individualistic culture. This is even true of White Nationalists. There are millions of explicit White Nationalists, but no organization among them.
It is not that millions of people don’t agree with us. They do, privately. By and large, those people aren’t willing to risk imperiling their material standard of living for their politics. They have families. It is human nature to put your own family first. These people isolate themselves and stay disorganized to protect themselves and their own families even when pretty much everyone in their area agrees with them. Their first instinct is to shield themselves and their own families with their money.
I see this every day in the Montgomery area. White people are always moving further away from the Gump. They build these nice communities way outside of town in places like Emerald Mountain. If you have enough money, you can live in a nice place like Emerald Mountain, keep your head down, raise your kids in a good area, feather your own nest and try to ignore what is going on around you. What sense does it make to challenge our elites? What can you do about it as an individual?
This strategy will probably continue until shit happens and the dollar loses its status as the world’s currency. Tucker is right that most people will put up with all kinds of outrages so long as they can continue to live in material comfort. Fiscal crisis is usually the final stage of state collapse. We can imagine ZOG getting into a fight with China over Taiwan, Walmart going tits up and the dollar crashing and becoming worthless. Millions of people will be ruined. In such a scenario, they would be so angry that they would be much less willing to put up with everything they have tolerated all these years.
Note: Peter Turchin’s formula of state collapse is Political Stress Index = Mass Mobilization Potential (MMP) x Elite Mobilization Potential (EMP) x State Fiscal Distress (SFD).