Thursday, November 8, 2012

White Racial Identity Reconsidered

I have never seen my primary identity as "white."  I have a multi-ethnic family that includes Hispanics and Asians.  My wife is Filipina; I have a nephew who is half Hispanic and whose wife is full Hispanic (Nicaraguan).  The overwhelming majority of  my family is conservative and opposed Obama's re-election.

I have steered away from my white racial identity because I didn't consider it that important.  I have long considered any man or woman, from whatever ethnicity, who shares my cultural values, to be my friend and my ally.  I still believe that.  However, it is time to give greater emphasis to my race and the political implications thereof.  Jared Taylor makes a good case for it in the video embedded herein.

Consider the racial make-up of the electorate who just condemned America to the dust-bin of history:
Although there are many good conservatives in all the racial groups, conservatives are a small minority in all groups except white.  Therefore, from strictly a political point of view, these non-white voting blocs are my political enemies -- their choice, not mine.  Further, I doubt that any conservative outreach to these non-white groups will yield enough conservatives to preserve the American ethos and avoid the eventual bankruptcy of America from statism and liberalism.  That is the political reality, and it is time for me (and other conservatives) to openly admit this truth and to work within the parameters that this fact imposes.

I therefore conclude that I should work for changes in immigration policies that will increase the number of whites in the electorate and decrease the number of non-whites.  My survival, and that of my country, depend on this.  White people must also bear more children; we are losing demographically to third-world immigrants who are out-producing us in birthrates.

Having said this, I do not believe that being a member of a non-white race automatically makes one a statist or a socialist; it is probably not built into their genes.  It may be built into their culture, their lack of awareness, their lack of education.  The cause, however, is irrelevant.  The fact remains:  America must retain and build on its white majority lest we lose the country bequeathed to us by the Founding Fathers.  How do we do that?  Jared Taylor promises to tell us in a subsequent video.  For the first time, I am listening intently.

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