Ron Unz is stirring the pot over at the Unz Review.
“A major change in belief must sometimes quietly simmer for a while before some event brings it to the fore. America’s urban racial upheavals and my related article had appeared in the summer of 2020, but I first began noticing some apparent ideological reconsiderations in November and December of the following year, shortly after the Virginia election. AmRen has long been closely associated with VDare, which has spent more than two decades primarily focused upon the threat of non-white immigration. Now suddenly both these publications began seriously discussing whether Hispanics might be realigning themselves with the Republicans—generally regarded as America’s “white party”—while also suggesting political strategies to accelerate that process. Two major VDare articles explored this important issue, as did a couple of hour-long AmRen podcasts by its founder and his staffers, along with various news articles the latter had excerpted and linked on their website. Occidental Dissent, a smaller White Nationalist blogsite, also ran numerous items on this same topic.
This political reassessment by leading white racial activists should not be exaggerated, and their writings correctly noted that the white majority vote still dwarfed any possible contribution from Hispanics and Asians, who together had been less than 15% of last week’s electorate. But this shift in their positioning on the issue still carried profound ideological and political implications. …”
For the record, I identify as pro-White, not as a White Nationalist. I used to identify as a White Nationalist, but I have grown more skeptical of White Nationalism over the past decade for a number of reasons. Identity is complex and White people value their racial identity in different ways. Normal White people have a positive sense of White identity. White libtards have a negative sense of White identity. We have opposite views on White identity.
Southerners grasp this nuance.
As much as we might wish that one day these people will wake up and come around, history and experience suggests otherwise. Confederate monuments and symbols tell a story about a lack of racial solidarity in other parts of the country. John Brown and the Wide Awakes were “woke” in their time. It isn’t a new problem.
I apologize for the blurry photos, but this is what we are up against. I took these photos in Auburn last night when I drove past this house.
- BLM yard sign
- “Trans” flag
- 2 Hate Has No Home Here yard signs
- In This House We Believe yard sign
- Ukraine flag colors on the mailbox
This person is almost certainly on Twitter.
White libtards like these people aren’t waking up. They have grown even worse over the past decade. In fact, they are more indoctrinated in “antiracism” and hostile to us than non-Whites who are the moderate voters in the Democratic Party. Charlottesville and the George Floyd riots were symptoms of how violent and deranged they have become.
Once again, the usual libtards were also out on Toomer’s Corner in Auburn last night standing vigil with their “Stop Racism” and “Keep Abortion Legal” signs. They have been doing this every night in Auburn for like two years.