The hashtag #WhiteGenocide has been a very popular one on social media. This message tells of the purposeful and systematic demographic displacement of Europeans from any and all formerly European nations. It’s usually assumed that it is the Left that supports globalist policies against our people, but it’s actually both sides of the political establishment. Conservative Inc, while it historically has at least pretended to advocate for us, is actively spitting on White Americans and promoting genocidal policies such as mass immigration and Free Trade.
This attack has ramped up in recent weeks with the publication by the ultimate #cuckservative publication, National Review, releasing an article titled Chaos in the Family, Chaos in the State: The White Working Class’s Dysfunction.
Kevin D. Williamson laid his elitist cards on the table:
“The truth about these dysfunctional, downscale communities is that they deserve to die. Economically, they are negative assets. Morally, they are indefensible. Forget all your cheap theatrical Bruce Springsteen crap. Forget your sanctimony about struggling Rust Belt factory towns and your conspiracy theories about the wily Orientals stealing our jobs. Forget your goddamned gypsum, and, if he has a problem with that, forget Ed Burke, too. The white American underclass is in thrall to a vicious, selfish culture whose main products are misery and used heroin needles. Donald Trump’s speeches make them feel good. So does OxyContin.”
The article continues on in what amounts to a cultural and demographic genocide wish list. The Republican Establishment seems to be mad that the White working class isn’t dying off as fast as they originally hoped. With their Agenda 21, Free Trade agreements and mass immigration they had thought they could force us into the multicultural war-zones of modern American cities to die off quickly and quietly. In spite of overwhelming odds, loss of millions of jobs, and disappearing opportunities, White America has dug in its heels.
White Americans know that the most cities are a place of death, misery and victimization by roving street gangs, a growing police state and oppressive taxation. We have overwhelmingly refused to give up our connection with our blood and soil, and that angers the Republican Establishment.
As Benito Mussolini said “We deny your internationalism. That is a luxury article which only the elevated can practice, because peoples are passionately bound to their native soil.” White working class families cannot afford to live in the rich gated communities of White liberals or their hipster neighborhoods, we do not have that opportunity or privilege that the collaborators with the globalists have. We are bound to our native soil, to our ancestors and to the future of our children.
Conservative, Inc. stating that the White working class hasn’t been victimized by their globalist agenda is absolute Orwellian double-think. Mr. Williamson stated in his article that to suggest that White working and middle class families have been hurt by globalism “perpetuates a lie that the white working class that finds itself attracted to Trump has been victimized by outside forces. It hasn’t.” The facts of the matter couldn’t be farther from the rantings of Mr. Williamson and his anti-White cohorts.
The White working class has been specifically targeted by globalist policies and have born the brunt of their negative impact. Newsweek reported that,
“Trade and investment deals have eliminated millions of good jobs, that’s only the most visible part of their corrosive effect on working Americans. Growing trade with low-wage countries has also driven down the wages of most American workers, especially those without college degrees. Expanded trade with low-wage countries has reduced the annual wages of a typical worker by $1,800 per year. Given that there are roughly 100 million non-college-educated workers in the U.S. economy (about 70 percent of the labor force), the scale of wage losses suffered by this group translates to roughly $180 billion.” Not only are the manufacturing, mining and other blue collar jobs being outsourced by the millions, for those who get to keep some of the few remaining jobs, wages are on a downward spiral.
Poverty in rural White communities isn’t due to the failures of those communities, it is due to policies supported by both the Democrats and the Republicans. Beattyville Kentucky, a formerly prosperous town is over 98% White and is in the top five of poor towns in the entire United States. This town, like many others in Appalachia, Midwest and the South, formerly had industry that provided good jobs with living wages for local residents. Beattyville has been crippled by Free Trade as recently reported by The Guardian when it was revealed that “Beattyville’s median household income is just $12,361 (about £8,000) a year, placing it as the third lowest income town in the US, according to that Census Bureau 2008-12 survey. Nationally, the median household income was $53,915 in 2012. In real terms, the income of people in Beattyville is lower than it was in 1980. The town’s poverty rate is 44% above the national average. Half of its families live below the poverty line.”
The area around Beattyville has suffered horrifically economically in the past several generations. Over half of all coal mining jobs have left the region formerly known as “Coal Country.” Good paying factory jobs are a thing of the past where in the past “the largest employers in the town were a factory making uniforms, a data company and a private jail holding prisoners from Vermont. Now, the garment and computer businesses are gone and Vermont has just moved its prisoners to Michigan, where it is cheaper to house them.” It is not the fault of Beattyville that globalist trade policies made Chinese and Mexican slave labor cheaper for American corporations than native born workers. It is the power of globalism to have a “Race to the Bottom” in wages and opportunities that pits the poor against one another as the rich get richer.
Mass immigration has also struck rural White communities in regards to jobs and wages. Wages and the ability for workers to organize has been tied historically and today to supply and demand of labor. Unchecked legal and illegal Third World immigration allows employers to use immigrants to scab against native born workers who attempt to unionize and also drives down wages for workers.
This is why Samuel Gompers, founder and president of the American Federation of Labor was against mass legal and illegal immigration and noted that “corporation employers who desire to employ physical strength (broad backs) at the lowest possible wage and who prefer a rapidly revolving labor supply at low wages to a regular supply of American wage earners at fair wages.” As a labor organizer Samuel Gompers understood that large corporations were specifically using globalist policies such as mass immigration to wage a war against the American worker.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform found that:
“In 2010, Raúl Hinojosa-Ojeda of the Center for American Progress estimated that unskilled workers would on average make about $400 more per year if the illegal immigrant population were reduced by 4 million, or approximately one-third. 30 In Georgia, where the illegal immigrant share of the labor force went from about 4 percent to 7 percent from 2000 to 2007, a study by the Federal Reserve found that the illegal labor caused a 2.5 percent wage drop overall and an 11 percent drop in construction wages over the period… The National Research Council’s landmark 1997 study estimated that high school dropouts earn 5 percent less per year due to immigration, which totaled $13 billion in wage losses at a time when the illegal alien population stood at less than half its present number. 32 Harvard University’s George Borjas concluded that immigration reduced wages for the poorest 10 percent of Americans by about 7.4 percent between 1980 and 2000 with even larger effects for workers with less than 20 years of experience.”
As the cost of healthcare, food and other necessities is increasing, the White working class is losing millions of jobs and billions of dollars in lost wages due to globalism. The Huffington Post wrote about the effects of NAFTA and found that America now has “a staggering $181 billion U.S. trade deficit with NAFTA partners Mexico and Canada” and “U.S. workers without college degrees (63 percent of the workforce) likely have lost a net amount equal to 12.2 percent of their wages under NAFTA-style trade even after accounting for gains from cheaper goods. This net loss means a loss of more than 3,300 per year for a worker earning the median annual wage of 27,500.”
Illegal immigration has also been pushed by Free Trade due to its disastorous impact on the Mexican agricultural economy. The Huffington Post continued by pointing out that “The export of subsidized U.S. corn did increase under NAFTA, destroying the livelihoods of more than one million Mexican campesino farmers and about 1.4 million additional Mexican workers whose livelihoods depended on agriculture.” This is a globalist war against the White working class both economically and demographically by destroying the Mexican agricultural economy and then encouraging those Mexicans to come to America to compete with our native born labor force, a double wound against the White working class.
As the rich get richer and working families fall behind, it is not hard to see the impact of globalism on our communities. Peter Petri, a finance professor at Brandeis University estimates that 10 percent to 20 percent of the increase in income inequality can be attributed to free trade overall. These policies do not happen in a vacuum, they impact tens of millions of hard-working families.
The dramatic rise in suicide and drug abuse among the White working class is correlated to the areas that have suffered the largest job losses and decline in wages. These families are losing hope in their future, a future for their children and the direction of their communities. Through no fault of their own, the elites have spent decades dismantling and destroying their homes and livelihoods. National Review has been at the forefront of pressing economic issues and pushing “social issues” off of the table every legislative session, and then they have the nerve to sneer at Main Street for choking on the toxic brew of libertarian economics and liberal morality they’ve been pretending is “conservative.”
When you read the writings of Washington elites in their gated communities like Kevin Williamson talk disparagingly about our folk, don’t be surprised. National Review supports mass immigration, Free Trade and a culture war against our people; as does the rest of the Republican Establishment. The elites of both major political Parties hate normal hard working White Americans and seek not only our destruction, but the destruction of our entire way of life.
The only way to fix these issues is to support a movement that puts sane economic policies, protection of our culture and a dedication to our communities as their primary objective. The only way to solve the drug, divorce, and disease problems in our communities is with a party that goes beyond economics to mend the spiritual and social fabric of our nation. Republicans and Democrats have sold us down the river, the only option left for White working class Americans is the Traditionalist Worker Party. It’s time to get in the fight!