Monthly Archives: July 2010

Religious Obligations and Political Loyalty

I think everyone should have strong religious and spiritual sympathies.  However I do not debate the merits or demerits of any particular religion.  For political purposes I tend to discourage debating religious details in the folk and prefer to keep … Continue reading

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Bahamas Bound

I miss the beach. I’ve been planning a beach trip all summer long. Every year I like to go to the beach and relax to recharge my batteries. I was supposed to go to the beach in North Carolina earlier … Continue reading

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The Racism Smear

Posted in Films, Race Relations, Racism | Tagged , | 13 Comments

Group Victimhood: A Racial Identity, Solidarity, and Separatism That Pays

Whites thirst for even a little bit of racial identity to be allowed. We’d pay for it ourselves. We would take it even without tax exempt status. Just let us be us, without imposing official and unofficial condemnations on us. … Continue reading

Posted in Race Relations, Racism | Tagged | 15 Comments

Truman Show Syndrome

Oliver Stone has apologized for the awful things he said. He has taken back his antisemitic remarks and will be forgiven after a probationary period has passed and amends have been made. Pay no attention to that Jewish man behind … Continue reading

Posted in Mainstream Media, The Jewish Question | 10 Comments

Revitalize Industrial Production for the Benefit of Western Man

There has been a lot of back and forth recently about whether or not WN is at the stage where we could/should increase the amount of boots-on-the-ground activism right now or if we still need to hone in on the … Continue reading

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Senator Webb’s Historic Op-Ed

The moment I saw Senator Webb’s WSJ op-ed piece on ending non-Black affirmative action I knew that an incredibly important historic event had just taken place.  My in-depth review of the coverage and the commentary on the piece has confirmed … Continue reading

Posted in Affirmative Action, Diversity, Politics | Tagged , , | 33 Comments

Jim Webb and the New Southern Strategy

For decades, Democrats have maligned Republicans for using “The Southern Strategy“, a sleazy charade where they exploit populist resentment of forced integration, cultural upheaval, and the “Civil Rights” movement altogether among White Southern voters. It’s sleazy because it’s dishonest, as … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-White, Politics | 64 Comments

Born Fighting Author Better Be Ready To Rumble

Senator Jim Webb pens a historic article in the Wall Street Journal Diversity and the Myth of White Privilege America still owes a debt to its black citizens, but government programs to help all ‘people of color’ are unfair. They … Continue reading

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Revolt of the Country Class Part 1: Drawing the Battle Lines

A recent article in the American Spectator by Angelo Codevilla outlined the division in America between the ‘Ruling Class’ and the ‘Country Class’, which has already been discussed to some degree on this site.  The Ruling Class, which transcends party … Continue reading

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