At Imagine 2050, an anti-racist activist notes the difference between old fashioned white supremacy and White Nationalism. I respond:
I would only dispute the third criterion. White Nationalists don’t necessarily believe that non-Whites are racially and culturally inferior.
Most WNs admire Japan and consider it a model worth imitating. I believe Japan is superior to the United States in almost every way.
Here’s a more accurate list of our key beliefs:
1.) We want to create a White ethnostate in North America. Race would be the basis of citizenship in this republic. All non-Whites would be excluded.
2.) We believe multiracial societies are inherently unstable. Racial diversity is strongly related to social fragmentation. See Robert Putnam’s research. We would rather live in tight knit, homogeneous communities than diverse ones.
3.) We don’t believe in racial or cultural equality. Instead, we believe in a spectrum of racial and cultural differences.
4.) We believe Jews should be excluded from our proposed White ethnostate. For various reasons, their inclusion would be detrimental to our racial ideals.