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By George McDaniel, Jared Taylor

What does the long run carry for the West? needs to our civilization cave in ahead of waves of Third-World rookies? it truly is more and more transparent that race and civilization can't be separated, that in simple terms the folks who created a tradition can maintain it. If immigration alterations the face of America--and of Europe--nothing else will stay unchanged.

This selection of essays explains why Western guy can shop himself and his background basically by means of returning to a greater realizing of race--an knowing now reviled as heresy.

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Children can pretend to be Congressmen at the 1870s hearings on KKK violence. To learn about today’s Klan, they should get anti-Klan activists—not Klan members—to speak to the class. Students should be trained in “critical literacy,” which is the ability to detect oppressive messages in books, newspapers, and advertising. A very common theme is to get students to devise “action plans” for combating “racism” in their schools. Clearly, the object is to rear up fanatical little busy-bodies who will be a kind of anti-racist Red Guard.

In fact, the idea that whites are inferior, or at least deeply and uniquely flawed is the one distinctly racial idea whites are allowed to have about themselves. Outside the underground “racialist” press it is impossible to find whites portrayed in positive terms as a race. In the past 30 years, probably no mainstream public figure or commentator has expressed pride or satisfaction in being white or urged other whites to do so. On the contrary, in any discussion of race, it is obligatory to write disparagingly about whites, to remind them of past and present crimes, to make them ashamed to be white.

One natural, healthy distinction after another was discovered to be a crime. It must be a uniquely 20th century experience for large numbers of people to be accused of crimes for which the very words to describe them have only just been invented. Rules for Whites So what is racism, anyway? For whites (and only for whites), it is anything that deviates from the following principles: Race is an utterly insignificant matter. It means nothing, explains nothing, and stands for nothing. The races are not only equal, they are interchangeable.

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