This essay was originally serialized in WHITE POWER: The Newspaper of White Revolution, January, February and March, 1972 (numbers 23, 24 and 25).
America today is wracked by all kinds of crises – racial, social, economic and political.
This is not the first time in American history, of course, that we have been faced with a crisis situation. The big difference today, however, is that there is a growing inability to respond to the challenge of these crises.
In the past, Americans have always “gotten by,” with little regard for the consequences of their actions. Life for us – with a huge continent at our disposal – has been ridiculously easy. As a people, we have tended to take things for granted.
“With the last large-scale migrations to California in the ’30s and ’40s, this mighty escape valve is, for all practical purposes, closed.”
“The Founding Fathers recognized all of this when they wrote the Constitution and for head-counting purposes in Article I, Section 2, declared the Negro to be precisely 3/5 of a person.
The fact is that the Blacks became obsolete in our society with the invention of the cotton gin, just as it is a fact that America’s destiny and greatness as a nation is inseparably bound up with the White people who built it.”
“In its inception, America comprised an Anglo-Saxon population which, from a racial, ethnic, cultural and religious standpoint, was highly homogeneous. It contained all the ingredients necessary for rapid development to nationhood.
That development, however, was shattered by a bloody Civil War and the emergence of a dominant liberal ethic. Not only was the original ethnic flavor of America modified substantially, but more significantly its Aryan racial character was seriously undermined – with the result that no real semblance of national purpose has ever been able to develop.”
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