To Counteract The Yankee

These days we hear the word “pride” quite a bit; black pride, brown pride, gay pride, etc., but when people talk about white pride nobody wants to listen. We are cast to the side because no one wants to hear from the “intolerant” Right.  But, how can we counteract the Yankee invasion that’s being forced on us through the various forms of media?  Many have argued over different answers to this question and, in my opinion, a lot of the answers hold some validity. As laws and events unfold in front of us in real time, there is no solid answer to this question. Though, one thing that I think we all can agree on is that change starts from within. What can you do to help stop our culture and our heritage from being removed and instill pride in your people? One obvious answer to that question is: support it.

  1. Shop local at white owned businesses; while you may have to pay a little more, wouldn’t you rather that couple of extra dollars go towards the betterment of our next generation? 
  2. Vote; the importance of voting should be obvious, but there are many who only vote for big elections and then complain about the outcome. Vote every chance you get, from school boards to county elected officials; these are the people who are going to voice your opinion to the next tier of power.
  3. Show up; either in person or online. There is power in numbers, regardless of the situation. If you see an exchange online, chime in, help them get their point across. If there is something you can do to help your neighbor, take some time out of your day and help. These are just a couple of the many ways you can “show up.”

These are just a few examples of the things you can do, that I’ve started doing, to counteract the Yankee. It’s important to be aware of what’s happening around you, at the local level, as only you know how to direct your time, money, and efforts in the best interest of the movement. 

The media tells us that we should be ashamed of our race, they like to portray anyone who exclaims white, or even Southern, pride as Skinheads or Klansmen who burn crosses and swastikas and hold lynchings every Saturday night. As a result of this, many of our own people have accepted a form of manufactured guilt and the ones who haven’t are labeled as intolerant bigots. Don’t be afraid of these labels, it is just a scare tactic from the Left. Being white and proud doesn’t mean anything the media portrays it to be; it’s being proud of yourself, your neighborhood, and your community. Don’t lower your standards because society fell short on them. Regardless of what I find myself doing, I always try to be the example of how I want things to be.

-By Lee

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