by Billy Roper
For the last two days, we’ve been meeting with an NBC cameraman, actually two, and spent hours discussing our views with them. At the end of it, the mixed race part Chinese, part Japanese, part aboriginal cameraman who was born in Taiwan and raised in Canada and different diplomatic enclaves in the Middle East and now lives in New York couldn’t understand why Identity is so important to us. Imagine that. He literally doesn’t even have a home, or any place where he feels like he belongs. His passport doesn’t list a nationality. He showed it to me. He is a man without a country, or a race, or a foundation. As I told him, he is the ultimate example of a rootless, multicultural, lost individual, atomized into nothing more than a consumer, divorced from any heritage, history, or culture. He couldn’t see how our people are under any kind of threat, or why I should care, if they are. How could he?
Unlike that poor lost soul, most of humanity does have a sense of their own identity. Most people have a culture, an ethnos, and an understanding of who their people are. They know where they belong, whom they belong with, and they know when they and their people are under attack. One of the groups with the strongest sense of identity, culture, and ethnos, is White southerners. Not only do they know that they are under attack, they’re increasingly standing up and fighting back.
“Nearly half of white Americans living in the South feel like they’re under attack, a new Winthrop University poll found.”
“Forty-six percent of white Southerners said they agree or strongly agree that white people are under attack in the U.S….And 30 percent of all respondents in the poll agreed when asked if America needs to protect and preserve its white European heritage.”
Mongrelized, rootless individuals are a very sad result of multiracialism and multiculturalism. They remain the exception, rather than the rule, throughout the world, and are clearly a failed aberration rather than humanity’s future.