Take Your Place

Through the years a war has been waged. Racially and culturally. Whites, a once proud people, have been handed defeat after defeat it seems since the 1960’s. The country our grandparents lived in and enjoyed is vastly different than the one we have today. A person conscious of this, yet not on our side, would ask himself why this is. Why is it that things seem to be getting worse? Also, why is it that such seemingly small numbers of people are the only ones willing to do anything about it?

As history has shown us, Whites have been a people that flourished because of their ambition to pursue the interests of their race. They accomplished great things for the sake of themselves and their people. There was a sense of racial awareness that made this all subconscious to them, but it served them well. The reason for their existence was to improve their lot for the sake of future generations. The push forward. The more ground they could traverse for their family, the further ahead they could place their race, the better. Well, what happened?

Truth is, there are many things that have happened.

Through integration in the 60’s many Whites have been brought down to the level of Blacks. Many adopt their music as if it is their own. Many dress and carry themselves like their black counterparts. Through these things come the attitude of the Black. The mentality of the eternal underachiever. The White has learned how to exist without ambition, like his Black lesser than.

Since the late 50’s and early 60’s the momentum has changed hands in this struggle. Where in the past they always were focused on progress, now we as a people are fighting to preserve history as well. Since we approach this conflict in a defensive manner, forward progress is inhibited by our desire to fight to preserve – instead of attack and take.

I am not saying that our history is irrelevant. I am not saying we should abandon it altogether. 

I am, however, saying that we should be looking for the direction to take the next step. By taking the stance, “I’m fighting to preserve my history” – you are saying that you remain steadfast. Instead of preserving our history, we ought to be forging our future.

The brown hordes and their communist overlords have us on the defensive. We plan rallies around the idea we are preserving history, instead of planning marches through once white areas that are now inhabited by the brown plague. This is how we show solidarity for our future.

We are the most hated element of society.  People flock to strength, not weakness. While we are not a weak people and Charlottesville is going to be wonderful for morale and our cause, it is at its core a defense of our people. We are conquerors. We always have been.

In our position we should agitate to make our position attainable. Go places we aren’t welcome. Large White marches through areas now populated by Muslims, public pro-White demonstrations and a very vocal position on all social matters pertaining to race. This is our fucking country. We have been charged with the task of taking back what is rightfully ours for the sake of our children and future generations.

Defending won’t always be enough. Especially when literally everyone is coming for part of what was created for you.

How do some in these circles say it? Retake Everything.

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