White Preservationists are natural conservationists. We are not genocidal maniacs fixated on destroying. We actually like to perserve and maintain things of value. We do not desire the extinction of the other Homo Sapien races; contrary to popular belief, we want them and our people preserved!
An important issue for White North Americans is environmental conservation. I am not going to pretend every individual on our racial side supports the environment. But, those who utilize the relevant logic, will notice that Environmental protection and White Preservation go to together-just as Universal Human Bio-Diversity goes together with White Preservation.
The quasi-populist Left realizes this, and goes on the attack against one of its most loyal constituencies. Previous articles posted here by Hunter Wallace presented the case of this regime betraying the White Working Class and politically Moderate average race-neutral White voters. And, the voters responding in kind. I am going to show another factional split. It might not be as politically significant among most common “environmentalists,” and leaders with a conflict of interest. But it has the potential to bring us at least some intellectual support and even some dedicated environmentalists who finally find their spines on the immigration issue.
The article I linked to, above (in blue, “split”) was from a little while ago, but it is still relevant to our political observations and discussion.
The story is about Anti-Racists protesting the Weeden Foundation, presumably for not advocating the party line in favor of deliberately massive Third World Immigration. It granted money to (race-neutral organizations) Californians for Population Stabilization, Center for Immigration Studies, and NumbersUSA. The organization, WF, was being punished for being rational, and applying the logic of actually supporting the environment (on the issue of massive immigration). Actual environmentalists not wanting a Billion people (through massive immigration) living in and destroying the United States’s and Canada’s natural environments, who would have thought?
Here’s a quote to take lightly:
“It’s sad that companies like BP can have a huge oil spill, ruin the environment and the focus is still on immigrants,” said protester Adama Foneh, a leader of Sistas and Brothas United (SBU), one of the organizers of the event.
Mr. Foneh tries to belittle the damage being done to America’s forests and other ecosystems, through massive immigration. However, he should note the individual BP Spill has stopped; the damage it has done is done-no more, in and of itself (I support at least stronger regulations on oil drilling, by the way). But, the damage of massive immigration is still happening, with no end in sight. Its effects are also exponential, as opposed to BP’s Oil Spill’s linear, finite damage. And, because he has to bring up the ‘those poor little immigrants*’ card, here is my complaint, not that I actually agree with unrestrained oil drilling:
It’s sad that there is massive legal and illegal immigration, leading to much serious crime and the destruction of many families-as well as leading to the destruction of forests, for future Wal-Marts and Apartment Complexes(to be patronized largely/mostly by recent arrivees); and the focus is still on oil companies who hire men with families to feed.
(* I am not quoting him, I am just referring to the Far-Left’s general canard he clearly seems to imply.)
Well, to make things better, somebody gets it. And he hits it out of the ballpark:
“This is what we’ve descended to in this immigration argument,” said Rick Oltman, national media director of Californians for Population Stabilization. “They cannot say mass-illegal immigration will help the country, they cannot say it will decrease crime, all they can say is that the opposition is racist.”
In the archives, I found comments about the political coalitions, in End-Game, Anyone? By Val Koinen
Wandrin correctly points out that Feminists, Gays, and Animal Rights will lose political power-if not get purged from the Left’s Democratic coaltion. But, he is skeptical about environmentalism being ditched. He is partially right.
Many nominal environmentalists are rationally speaking, not logically concerned about protecting the environment where it actually matters, and actually opposing those who actually care about keeping the ecosystems. And many of these official environmentalists will continue seeking the goal of an all powerful One World Government, which would actually destroy the environment. Ironically, this type is the true group of destructive zealots; and also ironically, they are the ones who lack credibility on preserving the macro-environment. They are concerned more about betraying their Race, Religion, and Nation than actually saving trees and chimpanzees. Thus, Steve in the Swamps is correct that the fringe element, if not the broader Far-Left will gradually drop domestic environmentalism as an important political issue. Kind of hard to represent the wishes of hundreds of millions of recently arrived Latinos, when you oppose cutting the forests on the land needed for their housing and commercial centers, no?
This could be an opportunity for us, as polarization ensues. Most White (and even most non-White) Americans are consciously opposed to the ultimate results of massive immigration. Almost any sane person realizes the problem, and yet to be called “racist” for accepting common sense, even on a purely race-neutral basis? The Far-Left is pushing out, purging more moderate and well-intentioned people from the Official Rainbow Coalition. If we ignore it, the Fringe of the Far-Left might eventually succeed in making any form of dissent arbitrarily almost borderline criminal. But, if we take the advantage, we will break taboos as strong as those broken in the 1960’s and ’70’s. We only need to gather our cards, and play them right. As our political system is still democratic-republican, we still have the chance to score next. We only need the motivation.