Optimism floats while pessimism sinks. You are unlikely to win at anything if you do not believe that you can, and will, win. Probably for this reason, some people believe that it is still better to be optimistic, even if you are later proved to be wrong, than to be pessimistic and then be proved right. And there are British Nationalists who think that they would rather go down proclaiming that they are right, even in defeat.
A part of modern political warfare appears to be psychological. You need to properly convince your own followers that you can win. But you also need to convince your enemies that their defeat is inevitable. That is what our enemies are doing: they are trying to convince racial nationalists that we cannot win.
Enemy propaganda suggests that British Nationalists are a small minority now and always will be. When George Galloway interviewed Martin Webster on the RT television channel, repatriation of non-Whites was discussed. Galloway asked, “But it is too late now, isn’t it?” Martin replied that London’s Blacks “are not happy here”.
A viewer asked Nigel Farage, on GB News, whether ‘Woke’ could ever be defeated. Farage replied that “Of course it can! The political pendulum swings back and forth. Political fashions change”.
Optimism is important. Of course, it is easier to be optimistic if you enjoy good health and are reasonably physically fit. Young people especially should be optimistic. It is downright evil when young people are encouraged to commit suicide by some internet propagandists.
Optimism is a good starting point. But political crusaders should also know what it is that they want to achieve. We should know what a British Nationalist victory will look like. Because it is hard to score a goal if you don’t know where the goalposts are. It is hard to hit a target if you don’t know where the target is. We need to know our ideology. Leaders should also have a strategy for winning political power, because that is the aim of all realistic politics.
Enemies of our British Nationalist cause?
If we need to be optimistic, then is everyone within our ranks who sows the seeds of pessimism an internal enemy of sorts, intentionally or otherwise? Is everyone who wants to change our ideology an enemy? The short answer to both these questions seems to be yes.
We need to believe that we can win. We need to believe that policies such as repatriation are moderate and necessary and must win mainstream support. We need to know what we are aiming for. Anyone who deliberately interferes with either our morale, or our ideological principles, is hurting our cause.
But I think our optimism should be tempered by realism. That we have to face facts. We have to deal with the world as it really is, not as we would like it to be. We have to face unpalatable truths – about our country, and about our movement.
Bad ideas can be defeated. Both Karl Marx and Sigmund Freud have gone out of fashion. Their ideas are now discredited. Now we need to see the ideas of Franz Boas defeated. The man who told us that there is no such thing as Race. We need to see the ideas of the Frankfurt School defeated. The group that gave the world political correctness. Cultural Marxism is a greater evil than the original Communism from which it sprang.
If we are optimistic about defeating bad ideas, then what about the race problem? When racial minorities were a small number of people they could have been comparatively easily repatriated. Larger numbers of racial foreigners will present a greater problem. They could still be repatriated, but over a longer period of time. Provided that a reasonably big majority of the indigenous population are supportive of the idea.
But the larger the alien presence, the harder it is to remove. That is why our enemies want open borders and miscegenation. Provided that most White people don’t interbreed with non-Whites, then repatriation is, in theory, always possible.
Even a White minority population, in our own country, could conceivably win, even if this is highly unlikely. This couldn’t be done democratically, at that point.
The only way that racial nationalism could be permanently defeated is if the British population became almost totally of mixed race through inter-racial breeding. That is why this evil idea is being continually plugged in our television advertising and tv dramas etc.
A new threat is identified
Edward Dutton writes that our population is becoming increasingly of a lower intelligence. He adds that this process has been happening now for over two hundred years. He is writing about the indigenous population, quite apart from any low intelligence immigrants now here. Those of you who want to know why and how this has happened should read his book mentioned in a previous post.
If British Nationalists were in power, then we could take steps to reverse this. But when we are a small political minority, we cannot. But a low intelligence country (however that happens) is ripe for invasion. This is an alarming problem. Especially with a resurgent China that is resentful against us because of the imperial era. Chinese conquerors are not likely to treat us well.
Is Dutton a pessimist for mentioning the decline in the intelligence of the national population? No. He is sounding the alarm. British Nationalists should be aware of this. If civilisations have always risen and then fallen as a law of nature because of the process that Edward Dutton describes then this is hardly Dutton’s fault. But we could take steps to reverse this, or at least slow things down.
Time is against us. We should still not be afraid to know what the threats to our survival are. But we must believe in the potential for a racial nationalist victory. We must spread our ideas in order to make that possible, when the time is right.