As always, criticism is invited.
Persuading a modern American to cast off decades of indoctrination is possible, but very difficult. For most Americans, modernism, multiculturalism, globalism, and cultural Marxism are more firmly held beliefs than their religion. In fact, “anti-racism” is a lot like a religion, with its own saints (oppressed minorities), heretics (racists), demons (klansmen), and hell (Auschwitz).
Just a few decades ago, people driven into a blind rage would accuse others of being demonic or evil. Now, the worst thing one can possibly be in the American mind is a Nazi. This isn’t to suggest that Nazism should be defended. It shouldn’t be. The point is that the indoctrination we’re up against has been drilled in so effectively that even the most religious of Americans are often more offended by a “racist” than a satanist.
The good news is that the facts and daily reality remain firmly on our side. Despite the media’s constant censorship, the evening news confirms racial reality. Despite academia’s efforts to distort perception, most people still know which neighborhoods to avoid. Despite the fact that both major political parties firmly support Affirmative Action, most people think it’s patently unfair.
While advocacy can become very complicated, everything in this guide boils down to a simple declaration: “Our people have a right to exist.” This is the central concept that you should be steering your discussions toward and building your arguments around. Your people are the White American people. Your rights are both natural and divine. Your existence isn’t negotiable and those who argue otherwise are the moral defectives.
If you’re serious enough about White Advocacy to be reading this, then you’re already a rarity within a rarity: a White American man or woman who still embraces your roots and who is also serious about defending those roots. Our hope is that this guide can help fill your quiver with arrows in the daily struggle against those who seek to insult, exploit, and endanger our countrymen.