In any competition, it is crucial to accurately analyze both yourself and your competition. If they have strengths, we must identify and study them. If we have weaknesses, we must identify and compensate for them. I’m frequently accused of being less “hardcore” than more strident advocates of White Americans because I often speak of other races in inoffensive and even flattering terms. I often point out problems I see in our own race.
This isn’t because I’m less devoted to our people and our right to secure an independent future. It’s because I believe that victory is obtained through acting on the most honest and objective understanding of reality. If we are defective in some manner, then we should strive to be the first to know it and react to that defect. The worst thing we can possibly do is be so eager to flatter ourselves that we misidentify defects as superior traits and congratulate ourselves for them.
For example, we have low birthrates. This is negative. It’s bad. Failing to reproduce is a bad thing. Our goal is to have unprotected sex with White women. Seriously. How do you fail at that? Yet, to hear many White Nationalists tell it, this is all the more proof of our superiority. The fact that Mexicans sire large families is proof of their inferiority, of their failure to adopt a “high investment” strategy. We don’t burden the welfare state with OUR progeny.
Personally, I would love to see us break the welfare state in half with a demographic tsunami of White children from across the spectrum of intelligence and ability. And if well-bred Whites aren’t doing their part, then we Whites from the trailer parks should be congratulated for doing ours. Besides, FLDS compounds and Orthodox Jewish families demonstrate that the whole dichotomy is specious. One can have a large family AND invest heavily in the offspring.
In many ways, we have a similar reaction to Jewish talent. They’re demonstrably adept with discourse, ingroup loyalty, and delayed gratification. Yet, to hear many of us tell it, the mere act of competing with discourse is inherently dishonorable. Their ingroup loyalty is clannish and conspiratorial. Our failure to delay gratification in terms of resisting debt and rejecting usurious contracts is proof of their perfidy.
We need to determine whether our goal is to win or to make a nice bed for ourselves to lie in, as Mr. Darby put it in the Jim Giles interview. To win, we have to come to terms with just how dysfunctional we’ve become, how our weaknesses have been exploited by our competitors, and how some of our competitors outperform us in critical ways. We have many unique and special traits, traits that have driven us to the pinnacle of creativity and innovation. But it’s time we sobered up and started dealing with some of our other traits.