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What is Hindu Jindahl?

Piyush Jindal (pronounced /ˈdʒɪndəl/) was born on June 10, 1971 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, to Punjabi Indian immigrants Amar and Raj Jindal,

Jindal was born and raised a Hindu, but converted to Catholicism in high school.

He is an alien, just like the magical negro!

Our Heroes and Our Flags

They forgot one  of Our Heroes

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I know the *Continuationist reading this are saying: They would never let that happen here because of Americananity exceptionalism.    I would suggest reading Deuteronomy 28, for starters.
*But Noah, it has never rained!  ” From before the fathers things continue on as before.”
This murder of 10 million Ukrainains was engineered by Stalin and his willing executioners (http://www.vdare.com/misc/051105_macdonald_stalin.htm), just as this ongoing collapse that we are now two years into, world wide.
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http://www.artukraine.com/famineart/surv_horr.htm

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“The Art of Ukrainian History, Culture, Arts, Business, Religion, Sports, Government, and Politics, in Ukraine
and Around the World” Click to sign up The Great Famine-Genocide in Soviet Ukraine (Holodomor)
IVING THE HORROR
People Ate Anything They Could Find, Just to Stay Alive By Carol Sanders, The Winnipeg Free Press

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, Thursday, November 27th, 2003
WINNIPEG…….LUBA Perehinec ate wood chips, straw and grass. A woman in her neighbourhood ate the flesh of her children who’d starved to death.
“To describe it is impossible,” said the 77-year-old.


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But yesterday, for the first time in public, she painted a picture of the horrors she and up to 10 million others faced in Ukraine during the 1932-33 famine/genocide orchestrated by communist dictator Joseph Stalin.

Perehinec and three other survivors of the Holodomor, as it is called in Ukrainian, met in the basement of St. Mary the Protectress Cathedral in Winnipeg’s north end to talk about their experiences 70 years after the manmade famine.
While parishioners in the kitchen down the hall prepared Ukrainian dishes for sale to help support the church, the four survivors of the famine ploughed through decades of pain to share their stories.

Perehinec was one of six daughters living in Blimaka, in the southern part of Ukraine known as the breadbasket of Europe for its fertile soil and abundant harvests. Her father lost his land with the collectivization of private farms and was forced to work on one of the state-owned operations.

After hiding some of the collective’s grain in his boots to take home to his wife and six kids, he was caught and imprisoned. The authorities took away everything except their house and a cow. That cow saved their lives, she said.
“We milked that cow every half hour,” said Perehinec, who was seven at the time. At night, they took the cow in the house so no one would steal it. Famine changes people, she said. “You’re existing, not living.”

In the case of Ukraine in 1932-33, neither drought nor an act of God were to blame for the famine.

Stalin took over the privately owned farms, built grain elevators in the Black Sea port of Odessa and rail lines to carry the grain produced in southern Ukraine. While farmers lost their land and were starved, grain produced on the collectives was exported by Stalin to help finance the regime.

At the same time, he was trying to destroy the Ukrainian national identity by starving one-quarter of its people. Communist “agents” went door to door in the agricultural areas taking land, livestock, equipment, produce and seed.
Those who rebelled or tried to hide food were labelled enemies of the state and executed or sent to Siberian forced-labour camps, called gulags.

Reports of the man-made famine leaked out to the rest of the world, but were dismissed by New York Times’ Moscow correspondent Walter Duranty. In the 1930s, he wrote there was no famine in Ukraine, and won a Pulitzer prize for journalism. His reports were discredited by historians years later who called him an apologist for Stalin, and a campaign was launched to have his Pulitzer taken away. Earlier this week, the Pulitzer organization acknowledged Duranty’s stories were false but refused to posthumously strip him of his award.

Perehinec said she feels the genocide she witnessed in Ukraine has largely been ignored, and that motivates her to dredge up the bad memories. “We were swollen, weak and tired,” she said. “We didn’t care. We were numb.”
A next-door neighbour couldn’t feed both her ailing mother and young son, so she walled off the portion of the house her mother was living in and fed only her little boy, she said.

“It taught me the value of a person, the value of your life. You live day to day thanking God you have enough food,” said Perehinec.

Eugenie Kanchir was seven years old in 1932 when her mother was sent to work on a collective farm and her father was sent to jail in Siberia. She was left alone in the village of Klalnchuk with her two sisters, aged 10 and five. They were left to fend for themselves in a house that had been stripped bared of everything including bedding, she said.
“We almost froze,” said Kanchir. “We started to swell up and had nothing to eat.” But their will to survive was stronger than their hunger.

“We would cover up with straw and sleep like that — like the pigs,” Kanchir said unapologetically.

“One time we went to look outside and we found a nest. The (chicks) were still alive.” They boiled water and cooked the chicks then ate them. “We ate mice, rats and porcupines. We’d eat everything they found.”

“As Christians we should forgive,” said Anna Shewel, 78. “But it’s very hard to forget. Everybody was short of food,” she said recalling the hunger and despair in her village of Bereza. “The hardest was winter.”

Her mother used dried leaves to make a kind of flour for pancakes. “That’s how we survived.”

Her saddest memory of the famine is when she was eight years old and seeing her grandfather for the last time. “His legs were swollen and he was close to death.” Shewel said, crying. “It’s not easy to talk about it.”

Anastasia Mylnycky and her siblings lived with her grandparents in the village of Shpola because her father had passed away and her mother had to work. Her grandmother had hidden kernels of wheat and corn in the insulation of their attic. It was Mylnycky’s job to climb into the attic once a day to collect a small cup of grain her grandmother used as a base for soup.

“She put everything she could find outside in it. She’d give it to me twice a day. She’d make tea from cherry tree branches and told us to drink as much as we could. We were very weak… but we pulled through,” she said.
“How many old people and children were dying! They were sometimes sitting by the fence and they’d fall asleep and they died.” Mylnycky’s sister died, and so did her mother.

All four of the women survived the famine but it wasn’t long before they and all the other able-bodied young people were rounded up by the Nazis in 1942 and taken to work camps and factories in Germany.
But even that wasn’t enough to break their spirits.

“Hard times teach people… Anyone who doesn’t go through hardship wouldn’t appreciate life,” said Perehinec.

AG Eric Holder is correct, most Whites are cowards

In case some of y’all do not read VA, this is a must read.  The Vanishing American nails this one. God bless her.

(I would only add an observation about demographics and unlimited time.  Whites are the minority in the world, a very small minority.  “If’ the stats concerning race are accurate, here in the Forced Union, Whites are the majority @ 60-65% overall.  However, ages @9 and under, non-Whites are the Majority.  Next year 10, then 11, then 12 etc.  This does not count the massive Planned Invasion by 30-50 millions Mexicans, when Mexico collapses in massive blood shed, in the near future. Please, remember North Carolina, just as one example, has over 1 million “Spanics” “residing” in the Old North State, waiting for their cue to join in.  We do not have unlimited time.)

http://vanishingamerican.blogspot.com/

Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Dialogues with demagogues

It’s going to be a long four years with the current regime in office, holding the bully pulpit from which to hector and goad us about the all-important, all-consuming subject of race. Race — you know, that social construct thing that really doesn’t exist? Well, our attorney-general wants ‘us’ to have a ‘dialogue’ about that non-existent subject — although it’s really nothing more than superficial skin color of course.

We’ve heard this kind of disingenuous prattle before, about how ‘we’ need a ‘dialogue’ on race. But it’s ratcheting up now, with Mr. Holder taunting Americans (presumably White Americans) as ‘cowards.’ We are, he judges, a ‘nation of cowards’.

Now, I heard this while watching part of Lou Dobbs’ hour on CNN this evening, and I have not read the reaction around the blogosphere or from the ‘conservative’ pundits as yet, so I will just offer my honest, blue-sky reaction.But perhaps the response from the ‘name’ bloggers and pundits will give us some indication of how true the ‘cowardly’ characterization is.

Sad to say, I think the response will probably bear out the accusation of cowardice on our part, as the politically corrected, ‘castrated conservatives’ (as Carelton Putnam called them) scurry to exonerate themselves, saying ‘I have no problems with blacks! I love Tom Sowell and Walter Williams. I don’t care whether you’re black, white, red, yellow or polka-dot, I judge you as an individual!’ The usual stuff. And then there will be the ‘conservatives’ who point the finger at somebody else (on the right or the left) as being the problem, rather than to express any solidarity with their own people as they would if they were honest, natural men.

But do any of these people truly believe that all that is needed is for us to be able to sit down and have a ‘frank conversation’ about race, after which everything will be rosy? I don’t think even the most politically correct can possibly be that delusional.

As others have noted, when this call for ‘dialogue’ sounds from some black demagogue, ‘dialogue’ always seems to mean that Whites must sit silent and humbled while blacks and/or other minorities accuse, insult, browbeat, and demand. We simply have to sit and nod or acknowledge our purported guilt, and take our medicine, or be labeled ‘racist’ and ‘hater’ if we defend ourselves or (heaven forbid) offer counter-accusations. So a dialogue is not what is wanted by those who keep asking for it. Dialogue implies a two-way, give-and-take exchange of thoughts and ideas and information. The other side wants no dialogue, now or ever, but rather another chance to verbally abuse and to make further demands, which they expect will meet with acquiescence.

And that acquiescence is what our ‘cowardice’ amounts to: our cowardice, insofar as it exists, lies in our willingness to accept 110 percent of the blame for interracial conflicts and frictions, and our passive acceptance of the perpetual guilt trip that has been placed on our shoulders for the last half-century or more. So while Mr. Holder berates us as ‘cowards’, he is in fact counting on our continued ‘cowardice’. In fact, our cowardice is what has given us ‘leaders’ like him to rule over us. He decries the very thing upon which he relies.

Am I saying White Americans are in fact cowards? My first reaction to the word was anger and indignation. But on reflection, I sadly have to agree that there is some degree of truth to the allegation, though I think it is true only of some of us, not all. What our enemies perceive as ‘cowardice’ or weakness is nothing more in many cases than an effort to be fair-minded, to see the ‘other side’ in a dispute, to yield ground in hopes of avoiding unnecessary conflict, or a vain hope of obtaining a reciprocation of our fair-mindedness. However, after our centuries of interracial friction and conflict, it should be evident to all but the most obtuse that it just isn’t working, this conciliatory approach. Many people who put on a show of being oh-so-fair and unbigoted may secretly be feeling a resentment and a simmering impatience with this situation. But some people are not even aware of their real feelings. Suppression is part of our everyday repertoire of behavior when dealing with outsiders; we have learned we have to try to pacify and mollify our antagonists, and some of us are so skilled at repressing our honest reactions that we lose touch ourselves.

There are some real cowards out there who will sell out their own people in order to pacify those they fear, deep-down. Most Whites learn very early on, when in contact with blacks and other minorities, that they tend to be unpredictable and touchy, and they can possibly lash out verbally or physically if not handled with kid gloves. So most of us have to learn to adopt an amiable, easygoing, yet cautious attitude with them so as not to spark some kind of scene. In an employment setting, there’s always the threat of lawsuits and court cases if a wrong word is said, or if a minority perceives mistreatment.

Blacks often inspire fear in a physical sense, and often adopt verbally or physically intimidating behaviors to maintain the upper hand in a situation. Many Whites would never admit to feeling fear towards random blacks in public — because even stating such a thing brings cries of ‘racism.’

And yes, there are cowards who are afraid of words — like ‘racist’, or ‘bigot’, whether these word-weapons are employed by their fellow cowardly Whites or by minorities. As children, we often used to answer schoolyard taunts by chanting ‘sticks and stones may break my bones, but names can never hurt me.’ But evidently names can hurt people so much that they are prepared to risk almost anything to avoid being called names. And that is, I’m afraid, cowardice.

It’s that kind of cowardice that enables the race-hustlers and the demagogues and the affirmative-action mediocrities to hold us hostage for half a century and counting. It’s that kind of cowardice that puts the current regime (including their White collaborators) in power and makes them all-but-invulnerable to real criticism and accountability.

Sooner or later, we have to realize our own strength and realize that the ‘minorities’ are just that: minorities, meaning the few, as opposed to the many. Why do the few rule over the many? There’s another old saying: there’s strength in numbers. And there’s some other phrases we’ve forgottenn about ‘the will of the majority’. Why have we forgotten that? Why do we run from our own shadows?

I’m wondering, though: do these demagogues really want ‘dialogue’ on race? Surely they have an inkling that if people really, truly spoke frankly and freely, without fear of having some ‘hate speech’ laws invoked, they might say a great many things that would not be welcome and that would not be flattering. I don’t think they truly want dialogue or even conversation. They want us to sit down, shut up, and submit, and meanwhile, continue to pony up the money.

Why, then, are they always demanding ‘dialogue’? I have noticed that lately there seems to be, as I’ve said, a ratcheting up of the rhetoric, and a trend towards more naked aggression in the form of articles like ‘The End of White America’ and other such undisguised expressions of their intentions. Why? Are they feeling that overconfident? Or are they taunting and goading us? In my more suspicious moments, I wonder if they are not trying to bait and goad us into real hostility — to draw us out, as it were, so that they can then crack down on our free speech and other liberties. If they goad us into speech and actions that they can paint as ‘hate’ or ‘extremism’ then here come the hate crime and hate speech laws which they are itching to pass, and the curtailing of our rights.

I don’t counsel rashness in the face of this baiting and goading. I do think we have to speak up firmly and reasonably, but discarding all the political correctness and the truckling and mealy-mouthing. If enough of us spoke up and continued to do so, ignoring the epithets, we might find enough collective strength and confidence to turn the tide, which some haven’t noticed is bearing down on us like a tsunami.

Labels: anti White racism, cultural Marxism, demagoguery, media bias, Political Correctness, politicians, racial division

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“THE END OF WHITE AMERICA”

Rumpelstiltzchen said…
People read items but rarely understand what they have read, or what the consequences are. Here’s a little tidbit from today:

READ THE LAST LINE AS MANY TIMES AS IT TAKES YOU TO UNDERSTAND IT.

Feb 9, 8:19 PM (ET)

SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – When it comes to waiting all night in the employment line, there’s no jumping ahead.

Sheriff Randall Boyce in Shelbyville, Tenn., says he was called to a job center Monday to end scuffling between immigrants from different countries applying for jobs at a poultry plant.

Boyce says some applicants who had camped overnight were upset when new arrivals seemed to be cutting line.

He says language differences led to pushing and shoving, but no one was arrested, and all in a crowd of about 150 people got to apply for limited openings at a TYSON FOODS plant.

The sheriff says most were applicants from Iraq and Sudan now living in Nashville where immigrants from several nations have been resettled.

http://halturnershow.blogspot.com/2009/02/magazine-end-of-white-america.html

“Prepare to fight to the finish, or your kind will vanish.”

This is the most timely, comprehensive piece written by our side.   I would only add the lens of Kinism, as expressed by the various Kinist writers linked on this blog.  Not to distract from Dr. O’Meara’s most excellent work in anyway, only to add the obvious ” How Firm a  Foundation”.

Molon Labe,

Sola Deo Gloria!

2009: Year of Crisis
Posted on: 2008-12-31 19:59:01

By Michael O’Meara

“Prepare to fight to the finish, or your kind will vanish.”

In the last year, one crisis has followed another. First there was a housing mortgage crisis, then a liquidity crisis that led to a banking crisis, then a dollar crisis, then a credit crisis, then a geopolitical crisis, then an energy crisis, then a crisis of consumer confidence, and finally a political crisis at the highest level of the state, involving a crisis of meaning that brought a negro to power—a negro symbolizing everything against which the American once defined himself, and thus symbolizing a transvaluation of the very basis of the American’s original being.

­­The burning question today is: are these cascading crises “conjunctural” (i.e., due to a combination of circumstances) or are they “structural” (inherent to the system’s nature)? If the latter, then the “American System,” which has governed the world since 1945 and which has programmed the end of European man, faces a potentially systemic rupture whose implications are catastrophic. If only conjunctural, the news is still good, for it cannot but highlight the system’s anti-white nature, of which most white Americans are still clueless.

A crisis, it needs stressing, is always a turning point, “a stage in a sequence of events at which the trend of all future events, especially for better or worse, is determined.” Though most commentators tend to emphasize the economic origins of the crisis, almost all of them recognize its system-disrupting potential. Hence the current obsession with the Great Depression of 1933 and, in more radical quarters, the Soviet crisis of 1985 that brought Gorbachev to power. But whatever its exact nature—and time alone will tell—the crisis is likely to put increased demands on the welfare and security of the white middle class and thus advance the cause of the ethnostate favored by white nationalists. Lacking an organizational structure and a popular following in the real world, the white nationalist project is, in fact, predicated on just such a crisis.

As we enter the new year, the one clear thing is that the crisis is going to get worse. Since the mortgage meltdown of December 2006, the crisis has mainly affected Wall Street, commercial and investment banks, insurance companies, and several government-sponsored enterprises (like Fannie May and Freddie Mac). The new year is likely to take the crisis to Main Street, in the form of retail bankruptcies and unemployment. Auto and related industries will also be hit hard. At the same time, many local and some state governments (like California or Michigan) may collapse because of insolvency. It’s “the worse economic crisis in 70 years” most agree, but no one quite knows exactly what it forebodes. Indeed, the pervasive uncertainty surrounding the crisis, threatening as it does the capitalist system, the prevailing model of globalization, and America’s standing in the world order, lends it a certain apocalyptic quality.

1. The Crisis

Americans like to think that their country is “number one,” though they know almost nothing about “the rest of the world.” Compared to the black and brown nations that comprise the Third World, America may indeed be a paradise (even if most white Americans are lonely, isolated, and lacking any sense of who they are as a people). But compared to Western and Central Europe, or to Japan, Hong Kong, and certain of the other Asian Tigers, it shapes up badly.

The great industries that once made America the world’s foremost economic power and provided working people a decent standard of living have been shipped overseas, along with the technologies and know-how that made them such powerhouses. Trade imbalances have correspondingly grown, just as the US has shifted from being a creditor nation to a debtor nation. At the same time, the national infrastructure has been neglected, household debt has become as unmanageable as the national debt, and American-pioneered technologies are being applied more often abroad than at home.

In 2005, James Fallow, one of the few to predict the current crisis, wrote that: “A year in a private college now costs $83,000, a day in a hospital $1,350, a year in a nursing home $150,000. . . . Eighty percent of the public [has been] priced out of a chance for future opportunity”—that is, they have been priced out of participating in what our ideologues call the “American Dream.” Other mainstream observers are claiming that the US “no longer controls its economic fundamentals” and that “compared with the rest of the world, it’s on the way down.”

Even Thomas Friedman, the oily globalist cheerleader at the New York Times, has, after a recent trip to the Far East, begun to complain that America is becoming “decrepit”—somewhat in the way the Stalinist achievements of the old Soviet Union were becoming decrepit in the 1980s. Friedman nevertheless continues to celebrate the openness and creativity of the American people, though he fails to note that unrestricted Third-World immigration has changed not simply the population’s composition, but its character, and that discriminatory practices against white males, based on disproportional taxation, affirmative action in education, hiring, and contracting, and anti-free speech laws and denial of due process, are hardly sign of America’s alleged openness and creativity.

The dominant mantra, which endeavors to portray the above as signs of progress, remains, accordingly, to “consume,” not “produce.” It seems hardly coincidental that America’s principal export is now the junk culture fabricated in Hollywood, a “culture” which celebrates behaviors and values historically-considered pathological.

De-industrialization and “financialization” (i.e., the hegemony of financial economics over equity and industrial economics), which were to make the United States the leading edge of the new postmodern global market, are obviously implicated in the current crisis, but few establishment commentators have cared to explore these implications. At the most basic level, it might be noted that the new interdependence of a world market based on financial exchanges means that problems in one sector inevitably become problems in another, that disturbances in one country are likely to set off corresponding disturbances in other countries, and that local crises have the potential of becoming system-wide crises. Added to the inherent instability of this compromising dependence on exterior forces is the “Ponzi” dynamics of the U.S. financial sector, which is based on speculative confidence, not wealth creation.

Just to pay the interest on its limitless credit card debt, the country in the last decade has been obliged to borrow two to three billion dollars a day from foreigners, mainly Chinese and Japanese, who are acquiring in the process ownership of large swaths of the economy, while American speculators accumulated vast (and, as it turns out, largely meaningless) ciphers of wealth in the virtual world of cyber space.

America’s human capital is also in decline. Literacy rates are among the lowest in the industrial world, its once prestigious graduate schools of science and engineering are now filled mainly with foreigners, and its public schools are less and less concerned with mastering the rudiments of reading and writing than with dispensing contraceptives to fourteen-year-olds and preventing the use of hand guns on its premises.

Geopolitically, the situation is even worse, as other countries begin lecturing the formerly self-righteous schoolmarm on how to conduct her bungled affairs and as regions traditionally subservient to the US (like Latin America) defiantly assert their autonomy.

But most consequential, the dollar is losing its status as the world’s reserved currency—which means no more credit cards and no more free rides.

Relatedly, both American and foreign academics, some with very distinguished credentials, have begun predicting “an economic and moral collapse [which] will trigger a civil war and the eventual breakup of the United States.”

There have also been warnings from several former high-ranking Bush officials of a “secret coup,” as the higher reaches of the state fall increasing under military control. What began in Iraq and Afghanistan, as the Army became a colonial administrator, is apparently “coming home.” In violation of the Constitution, the Army is now planning to deploy 20,000 troops within the US to respond to any possible “civil unrest.”

Though the military’s “mission creep” began under Bush, Obama has already appointed three high-ranking officers to his Cabinet, promised not to cut the Pentagon’s astronomical budget, and plans to augment US ground troops by another 100,000.

The Pentagon has also, according to a recent US Army War College publication, prepared its own “transition” in case the crisis provokes social struggles that will need to be quelled at home. What’s most significant here is the expectation, among numerous establishment authorities, that the crisis could lead to violent class struggle, military dictatorship, or even social revolution.

The American System that must be held responsible for this situation has, against all traditional precept, made “the rapacious business-dominated state the embodiment of every cherished human value.” Unlike the 19th and early 20th-century European nation-state, the American System is not, and never has been, a national-state system committed to the defense and well-being of the nation; instead, its principal function has always been to defend those liberal democratic practices that facilitate market transactions. Uncommitted, thus, to the embryonic white nation that made up the American people before 1965, governmental elites have been free to pursue policies that foster their specific institutional interests or those of the dominant economic interests, while policies favoring the interests of the country’s white majority have only rarely been adopted and then usually only under threat of electoral retaliation. More scandalously still, this system, in true liberal form, has “privatized profit and socialized loss,” so that now middle-class tax payers will be expected to pick up the tab for the reckless policies of billionaire CEOs.

The distant lineage of this American System can be traced back to the liberal modern principles born in 1789. More immediately, its foundations were laid by the architects who designed the National Security State and its phony Cold War. When, in the course of the 1970s, this postwar system went into crisis, its social democratic components, which favored a social security net and regulation of important industries and utilities, were jettisoned by the free-market fundamentalism of the neo-liberal Reagan Administration and then given a new armature with the “globalist revolution” carried out by the Clinton Administration.

As globalists proceeded to remove those national barriers preventing the free movement of capital, goods, and labor (which meant, among other things, eliminating borders and “old-fashioned” obstacles representative of any lingering sense of national interest and national identity), they sought a complete deregulation of financial practices, based on the capitalist fiction that markets are self-correcting. At the same time, the globalization of American capital severed whatever remaining ties it may have had to the American nation and its culture.

The folly and stupidity of this system, whose ramifications are now going to be paid for with a good deal of popular misery, assumed fantastic—and, as it turns out, unbearable—proportions under the present outbound Bush Administration. Thus it was that the neo-liberal, globalist tenets that ideologically undergird the American System and reduce every question to a matter of individual economic interest gave way under Bush’s neocon cabal to the boundless vanity identified with its Judeo-Evangelical “faith-based community”—which held that anything the American state does is right, that the US always triumphs in the end, and, contrary to traditional Christian stricture, that the US is identified with God’s purpose in the world. As a result, Washington for the last eight years has been unable to distinguish between fact and fantasy.

A four-hundred-billion-dollar-a-year war, with no strategic goal, except perhaps to support Israeli interests, was launched simply on the basis of a neocon hallucination (non-existent Weapons of Mass Destruction). Then, as the government entered this theater of illusion, its vast military machine bogged down before a few lightly armed insurgents (who were eventually bought off with great dollar sums during the so-called “surge”); lies and deception then became the basis of US policy; incompetents and schemers willing to kowtow to the reigning illusions were put in control of policy-making; billions and billions of US loans and aid somehow went missing; those who questioned the Administration’s aims and practices were deemed un-American, as historic liberties were compromised or destroyed; and, all the while, aliens, at the top and at the bottom of the American polity, were allowed the full run of things—from dictating foreign policy to allowing Mexicans to challenge American sovereignty on American streets.

When George W. was asked recently who should be held accountable for the present economic crisis, he answered that no one person or group was actually responsible. “The whole system,” he explained, “became inebriated.” To the degree that the crisis is indeed systemic, he, better than most commentators, has designated the real culprit. But what he didn’t mention is that the system wasn’t just temporarily inebriated: It was plastered from the start. And like the mind-numbing incoherence of any serious drunk, the destabilizing, destructuring, and disordering power of the American System of the last sixty years—despite the wealth and prosperity it created for some—is about to provoke the most massive civilizational hangover in history.

2. The Man of Destiny

There has been no better example of the bankruptcy of the American System, based as it is on liberal ideological abstractions and certain well-meaning but illusory tenets, than the presidency of George W. Bush. That this third-rate individual, lacking an understanding of the most basic things, including English syntax, was put at the helm of the most powerful state in history testifies better than anything else to the system’s unfathomable corruption. Though different from his predecessor, “a self-indulgent bubba with the morals of an alley cat,” he too was another example of the system’s want of character. Bush’s mediocrity, his lack of vision, his small stature as a man—have all consequently taken a terrible toll on both the nation and the state. His presidency, as even many Republican commentators acknowledge, bears responsibility for squandering the vast power and legitimacy that was bequeathed to the United States in the wake of the Soviet collapse.

Obama’s programmed election was specifically designed to restore something of the power lost by Bush’s neocon administration. In the highest reaches of the American establishment (and this is evident less in written documents than in the innuendos and asides of its representatives), it became apparent in the last two or three years that a restoration of American power and prestige in the world would require a make-over of unprecedented proportions. Hillary, who was previously the leading establishment candidate, was thus abandoned, for she was simply too closely associated with the establishment to create the impression of a major turn-around in American politics.

Hence, the entrance of the black knight, who was provided the money, the advisers, and the media frenzy to make his candidacy not only a shoo-in, but a god-send. Obama has not disappointed his handlers, for he was an ideal candidate: he was inexperienced, undistinguished, and possessed the seemingly “populist” credentials to appeal to an electorate fed up with the neocon mania of the Bush Administration; he naturally took to the tiresome rhetoric of stirring but vacuous campaign promises; and, above all, he knew how to appeal to MTV-educated white youth and feminist-influenced white women who saw his campaign as some sort of rehash of the Great Awakening (with “racism” replacing the older Calvinist notion of sin), which had entranced earlier generations of Americans. He was also, of course, guaranteed the vote of the hundred million non-whites who now occupy our lands. The prominent British historian, Niall Ferguson (who has been dubbed “the Leni Riefensthal of Bush’s new imperial order”), could thus trumpet, once the formality of the vote was over, that “American world leadership is [now] back in business.”

Obama may, however, turn out to be the last president of the United States. For those who care to look, scandal and fraud seem to lurk everywhere behind his media-constructed image. His past has thus been carefully erased from the public record; he may not even be a native-born American and thus not constitutionally eligible to be president. But this cover-up won’t last forever. The strident anti-white racism of his wife and many of his close negro associates, as well as his numerous dubious connections to the corrupt Daly machine of Chicago and the scandal-ridden governor of Illinois (Blagojevich) will also eventually surface. Finally, given the nature of the economy, he probably won’t even be able to deliver the goods to the black masses, who see him as some sort of cargo-cult Messiah, and this will undoubtedly become a source of further unrest. But most of all, Obama is thick with the Jews, whose wealth and power controls the Democratic party (even more than the neocon-led Republican party) and whose interests, as already evident, will be foremost among his Administration’s concerns. The gap between the governing elites and a white middle class wary of further social experimentation may thus widen and become more unbridgeable, as blacks, Jews, and raceless whites join the crusade to “change” America.

Obama’s failure, though, will not come through an exposure of the smoke and mirrors surrounding his fabricated persona. There is a deeper, structural problem that confronts this first post-American US government. As William Lind points out, “the heart of our inability to reform is the crisis of the state itself. Reform endangers the money and power of the New Class, which controls the state and feeds off it.” Though there will be a qualitative expansion of the state under the new regime, as money is thrown at the crisis and new projects are undertaken to root out the “racism” of white Americans, the anti-national impetus of the American System, which wars on the forces of history, culture, and nature, is almost certainly to remain untouched, just as the parasitic economic system, so crucial to the elites who support him, will go unreformed. If the crisis is conjunctural and short-lived, this, of course, may not matter; but if it is structural, it will mean the collapse of order and authority, and ultimately of the state’s legitimacy.

Against this backdrop of impending “change” and uncertainty, the controlled media (to the obvious delight of the immodest African) has endeavored to portray Obama as a man of destiny, another FDR or Lincoln, who will lead us through the valley of shadows to the Promised Land. This may, perhaps, occur, for anything today is possible. But I tend to agree with Philippe Grasset at dedefensa.com that our postmodern global age, which destablizes and disorders everything that has meaning for us, is being shaped not by our putative leaders, but by the accelerating force of events, whose “maistrian” effects simply sweep up and carry along all who try to control them.

The man of destiny may turn out, then, to be the man manipulated by destiny. Given that he represents the refutation of America’s European being, it would be ever so fitting if he should preside over the demise of the failed experiment known as “the United States,” opening thus the way to the founding of another, more organic expression of European America.

3. The Knife

As we enter the new year, white Americans once again face a despotic threat to their way of life, as they did in 1776. They have fallen under a regime that cannot control the dysgenic economic forces it has unleashed; a regime ruled by incompetents, thieves, and cosmopolitans; one that never considers the interests of those it rules; that is contemptuous of the history, culture, and tradition of the majority; that refuses to uphold laws and defend the border; that is influenced by foreign lobbies; that relentlessly attacks Christianity; that establishes “hate” laws and restrains free speech to muzzle whites opposing its anti-national policies.

This regime is not, however, some modern variant of old George III’s venal monarchy, but the American System founded on the same liberal modern principles that inspired the Communist system. Native to both systems is the primacy of “reason,” understood mainly in quantitative economic terms. Liberal reason consequently believes in nothing, for belief (which stems from religion, culture, tradition, and tribe) is the opposite of reason. Such economically-anchored systems of “consummate meaninglessness” may therefore function smoothly as long as they deliver the goods, but once things begin to break down and become dysfunctional, they lose all legitimacy.

A half dozen years ago, “Yggdrasill,” one of the pioneers of American white-nationalist thought, argued that the United States would likely go the way of the former Soviet Union if its system of financial rewards and punishments should ever cease to benefit the white majority. For though US elites have not the slightest interest in the welfare and security of the white majority, the majority was willing to be bought off as longs as the elites provided the material benefits to ensure its allegiance. Today, we are entering an era when that ability to deliver the goods may be rapidly diminishing.

For this reason, I believe catastrophe alone will cause white Americans to abandon their allegiance to the existing system and to see the elites controlling it as their real enemies. Such a transfer of loyalties away from the state is thus likely to entail less a racial awakening than an understanding how to live in a hostile reality, once the virtual realities that are at the heart of the American System have collapsed. Nevertheless, at that point when whites abandon the status quo, the possibility of an emerging white national movement will quicken.

Our role as nationalists ought thus to be subversive and revolutionary, not conservative. For there is nothing worth conserving in the existing anti-white system. Instead, we need to forge a spirit that opposes it at its root, that defines America as a nativist variant of European civilization, and that prepares a new Declaration of Independence.

“But our numbers are too small!” it will be argued. This, however, is always the case. For “history is made not by majorities who vote but by minorities who fight.” The great Belgium revolutionary, Jean Thiriat, once pointed out that a man skilled with a butcher knife can reduce a five ton whale to steak slices. The knife is the revolutionary sect and the whale the completely flabby society preoccupied with economic matters and devoted to the pursuit of pleasure. Such a society is extremely vulnerable to the action of a determined and organized political minority, especially in times of crisis.

Where, today, are such minorities to be found?

Every generation of Europeans has produced men ready for the heroic life. When the opportunity arises, they will appear.

The important thing to remember, as we enter this year of crisis, is that the future belongs to us—if we will it!

Michael O’Meara, Ph.D., studied social theory at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris and modern European history at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of New Cul­ture, New Right: Anti-Liberalism in Postmodern Europe (Bloomington, Ind.: 1stBooks, 2004).


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