I keep seeing this question in the comments.
What’s your plan for our people? I can only speak for myself. I refuse to go along with this idea that Donald Trump and the Republican Party are entitled to my support. They don’t have to represent me or do anything for me. Supposedly, the GOP is a symbol of implicit White identity or something and because our culture is declining it automatically follows that voting for them is the solution.
I’m not a conservative Republican. I have never been a Republican. I’m a moderate, a populist and a nationalist voter. I am an Independent voter. Occasionally, I will vote for a Republican candidate because I like that candidate, which is why I supported Donald Trump in the 2016 election. When it started to become clear that Donald Trump was not who I thought he was in 2016, I quit supporting him. By the 2020 election, I had concluded that the cost of Donald Trump was greater than the benefits.
There has been an enormous effort by some websites in our sphere to gaslight people into believing that being pro-White is synonymous with being a conservative and a Republican voter and that all the “normies” are college Republicans when that has never been the case. The majority of people who are pro-White in this country are Independents and non-voters. Once in a blue moon, they will vote for a Republican candidate, but most do not because the Republican Party isn’t offering them anything. The effort to transform the Alt-Right into a Republican voter bank like the Religious Right failed.
This is where I am at in the political galaxy:
Moderate White Populist
Social Conservative/Economic Populist
If a politician wants my support, then he better do something for me. He has to make his case and then deliver the goods. I’m not a simp, a doormat or a battered wife who can be taken for granted.
This is my conception of political engagement. I’m an Independent voter in the Center of the electorate. I’m not a conservative Republican. I’m not on the Right. I’m a social conservative and economic populist. The GOP needs people like me in the Center of the electorate to win elections. When they lose the support of people like me by relentlessly pandering to minorities, they tend to lose elections.
Lets look at the swing states in the Rust Belt:
In Pennsylvania in 2020, Moderates were 42% of voters and Independents were 19% of voters. They decided the election.
In Michigan in 2020, Moderates were 39% of voters and Independents were 27% of voters. They decided the election.
In Wisconsin in 2020, Moderates were 39% of voters and Independents were 32% of voters. They decided the election.
In my own state of Alabama in 2020, Moderates were 35% of voters and Independents were 22% of voters. We DO NOT decide the election in Alabama because 54% of the electorate is Republican and 50% is Conservative. There are far more Conservatives in Alabama. Even here though, Independents are a respectable 22% of the electorate. Plenty of normies are Independents.
“Normie” DOES NOT equal College Republicans from upper middle class suburbs. There are pro-White Republicans, Democrats and Independents. There are pro-White liberals, moderates and conservatives. There are people who are pro-White who are voters and non-voters. There are many more non-voters than voters because racially conscious White people are justifiably one of the most cynical groups in America.
As far as elections go, I am going to continue be what I been for 20 years now, which is to say, a White populist, nationalist and moderate and an Independent swing voter. I do not believe any politician or party is automatically entitled to my support and particularly those who do not share my values. In the 2020 election, the GOP pandered every group in society but White people.
If the Republican Party wants to win my support, it has to do three things. It has to stop being so cucked on race and making my life as a White male impossible because it is afraid of being accused of “racism” by people who are going to accuse them of “white supremacy” anyway. It has to moderate on economics. It has to start delivering victories on social conservatism and particularly on breaking up the stranglehold of political correctness over American culture. Alternatively, it can stay cucked on race and run as “the lesser of two evils,” offer the Platinum Plan only to blacks and disavow “white supremacy” a thousand times and twist itself into a pretzel whenever it is accused of various -isms and -phobias by BuzzFeed.
Having said all of this, I have been losing interest in mainstream politics for a while now. I plan to devote the vast majority of my time to my other interests. American politics is a zoo and we have elected our first senile president to get rid an incompetent Orange Zionist who the media insisted was Adolf Hitler. We had our greatest success when we were more detached and had nothing invested in the guy in the White House. At least we are under no illusions that Joe Biden is going to represent us.
Long story short, I am not going to be super invested in a guy who did nothing for us for four years especially now that he has lost. I’m ready to move on to other things.
Note: If CW 2 breaks out over Trump’s refusal to concede the election, who knows what will happen? I didn’t vote for either of these Boomers and reserve the right to make fun of them both.