By George McDaniel, Jared Taylor
What does the long run carry for the West? needs to our civilization crumple sooner than waves of Third-World beginners? it's more and more transparent that race and civilization can't be separated, that purely the folks who created a tradition can maintain it. If immigration alterations the face of America--and of Europe--nothing else will stay unchanged.
This selection of essays explains why Western guy can retailer himself and his historical past in basic terms via returning to a greater knowing of race--an figuring out now reviled as heresy.
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Most people have strong feelings of racial loyalty, and prefer the culture and way of life associated with their race. When people of different races come into contact there is friction. These three statements are universally true, and are controversial only in a society determined to ignore the obvious. Even if they would not admit these principles openly, most Americans live by them. In this book we go a little further than the obvious: Races are not identical or interchangeable in terms of average ability and capacity for high civilization.
Some day ours will collapse, as biology reasserts itself over sociology, and white racial consciousness reawakens. The Soviet Union staggered on for 75 years before its revolution collapsed under its own weight. The racial revolution has been in full swing for 50 years, and its absurdities and contradiction have never been more evident. This article appeared in the May 1999 issue. Jared Taylor is the editor of American Renaissance. Notes 1. See “The Religion of Anti-Racism,” page 13. 00, 464 pp.
For racial diversity to be a strength (or a weakness or be noticed at all) race must have some kind of meaning, and to the extent that race stands for something why is it wrong for whites to take race seriously both in their personal lives and political views? The benefits of racial diversity are now supposed to be so important that they justify “affirmative action,” or racial discrimination against whites. If racial diversity is that valuable, race has to mean something significant. But if race is both real and important, why is it wrong to notice and care about these meanings?