Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

“If reading books were going to save our side, we would have been saved a long time ago.” *

(* From a dear Christian Brother with 40 + years of on the ground fighting.)


Is this our fate?

In another entry today, Philip M. writes:

Ha! Isn’t that just typical of the right-wing blogosphere–a vast, leaderless army all waiting for someone else to make the first move. Can the internet produce leaders?

A prediction: one day there will be two white people left. One of them will e-mail the other, complaining that there is an angry mob of Muslims outside his house, and will demand to know what he intends to do about it. The other will reply that he doesn’t know … but that he feels a definite change in the air. People are becoming sick of all this political correctness, and things are about to go our way.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at August 31, 2009 08:23 PM | Comment | Send

2 responses to ““If reading books were going to save our side, we would have been saved a long time ago.” *

  1. Old Atlantic September 7, 2009 at 12:03 pm

    Good excerpt. I think its partly true, but still good work on the Internet is part of the story.

    We need a political party like the BNP. It should have white or Anglo or Saxon in the name so that the PCers can’t twist it into more immigration boosting. It should be against both legal and illegal immigration.

  2. leeinthemountains September 8, 2009 at 4:10 am

    Old Atlantic,

    Have you or anyone else heard from our Sister VA? Gosh, I miss her and her writings.

    We must be doers of the Word per James. Faith with out work is dead.

    We need a White Political Party, as Cambria said a while back, we suffer from NOT having a WHITE Political Party.

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