Why Race?

To many people, any political party that mentions race is threatening; to most people, however, there is no impetus to explore the question of race. They're not familiar with any sources that mention it, and as they live in a cultureless void in which the only trait rewarded is willingness to serve for money, they are unaware of any of the associated issues. This document is written to introduce those who have not considered the issue to the implications of race in politics.

Most citizens perceive a clear division between those who will talk about race, and the rest who will not, but do not understand why crossing this line leads to related issues, such as distrust of internationalists or our government. It's not just the propaganda from government, news-entertainment media, public figures, academics and favorite entertainers, but a lack of comprehension of the context of this belief.

This article provides ten reasons why race is important to politics, and explains how one goes through changes in awareness when contemplating them.

1. It's controversial.

Society hides unpleasant truths behind euphemism or taboo. When one gains awareness of these truths, the actual motivations of people - as different from what they admit in public - become clear. Knowledge of these motivations is power, as it enables one to manipulate the system according to its function and not its publically-stated goals, which rarely correspong to its actual intentions. Because race is controversial and provokes a knee-jerk impulse toward censorship in much of the population, it will always have an intense draw to those who sense a truth behind closed doors. If someone explores race, and finds this truth, they will explore further.

2. It points out flaws in our current worldview.

Our current society is assembled according to several principles, including "equality" and multiculturalism. If there were a chink in this armor, it would direct us toward a re-configuration of society to fit new goals, even if it turned out those new goals were the original goals of its founding fathers. Furthermore, if we find significant flaws in our outlook, it undermines all of the justifications and rules based on top of the original assumptions now debunked. In this way, race is an important argument for the powers that be to avoid, because if it is found to be incorrect on this issue, it risks losing credibility with its citizens.

3. It shows a different view of history: populations.

In modern societies, we tend to think of all people as the same, and what differentiates them being the ways they are educated, the philosophies in which they are inculcated, and the economic opportunities to which they are exposed. Paying attention to race literally reveals an entirely different view of history, in which one pays attention to the motion of populations, and the rise and decline in the quality of those populations as their empires go through a life cycle from birth to death. It helps explain how ancient civilizations fell apart "with a whimper and not a bang," and how our own might, as well.

4. It provides a suggestion of a different world order.

Where currently we believe our society provides a measure of justice so that we can pursue individual comfort, and therefore, our highest motivation is money, Nationalism (government that groups countries by ethnic-cultural heritage) shows us a model in which money is a means to the end of maintaining a healthy ethnic-cultural population. It's an entirely different type of politics, and one that escapes most of the greed, corruption, crime and backstabbing of modern politics.

5. It gives a tangible measurement of decline.

Figures and charts surround us, as does a plethora of news-entertainment media reports on any given issue. How do we trust these, when one channel claims global warming will wipe us out tomorrow, and the next denies it even exists? We live in a time of information overload, where information is carefully branded by political symbolism in order to manipulate us. It's hard to see where we stand with that kind of information. However, when we look at past empires and how they collapsed, it gives us a yardstick by which to measure our own decline in quality of breeding. To understand race is to understand the breeding process which enables us to have high-quality raw human material in the first place, and underscores the importance of not only breeding only within our own race, but breeding well within that race.

6. It is a compelling reason to change society.

Supposing that the racial issue becomes important to us, and we decide that racial separation is important. Our society doesn't see it that way because profit motives dictate that we need more unquestioning workers with fewer cultural attachments, and it's important to get them cheap and without objections to any kind of labor. If we see the actual motivations behind our leaders' decisions, and we see thus the future that will actually await us if those decisions go through, the racial issue has provided a gateway to an overall dissatisfaction with society. In that is a good reason to make radical change.

7. It explains so many of our failures.

Why is it that multicultural education, welfare programs, government intervention and the like have not helped racial friction in our country, and that many remain impoverished and at high rates of crime and disease, while others are not? Repeating a failed idea is like beating your head against the wall, yet that is the history of our civil rights-based social welfare programs in this country. Clearly there's another explanation. Race offers it, and shows us how we're going in the wrong direction, and if we change gears, can avoid spending massive amounts of money to little effect.

8. It's compatible with environmentalism.

Ten years ago, it was doubtful that humankind was having adverse effects on nature. Now, as cancer rates have continued to rise and far less natural land remains, and as our climate changes and natural species disappear or mutate into non-existence, we have to take the environmental question seriously. What will save us from ecocide? Having some motivation other than money, because it's always profitable to exploit the land and not waste money fixing the damage. It's competitive in business. We need a higher goal than money, and focusing on the culture and heritage of a people provides it. Furthermore, nationalism bonds each ethnic group to its own land, which encourages stewardship of the land as an enduring property and not disposable resource.

9. The prospects of racial isolation mirror our own feelings.

If we honestly look deep into ourselves, we prefer people around us who share our abilities, values and genetics. Any population of a thousand or more people will avoid the problems of inbreeding, and thus we do not need other races, but recognize subconsciously that to breed with them is to permanently obliterate being what we were, and to cross a threshold into being something different. Knowing that all mixed-race empires through history have collapsed doesn't encourage us toward this path, but our innate will is one that seeks to avoid the submissive aspect of intermixing.

10. Understanding this issue gives us something to use to shatter modern society.

When we understand what has happened to us, racially, as a consequence of modern society, it unlocks a series of related criticisms against it. Why is it that culture is no longer thriving? Doesn't it seem like people in general are bred to lower standards? Are our lives as boring as they appear, shuttling between offices and shops and the desks of bureaucrats? The answer might be yes, if we were able to see history in the context of the health and genetic wellbeing of populations. Race is an entry point to philosophies which look at something larger than the self and treat nature and humanity together as an organic entity.


Our view on race is simple: different populations do not mix, as they have unequal innate tendencies, preferences, specialized abilities and cultural desires. We are not interested in measuring or assessing different races, or finding a "superior" and "inferior" classification, as to us all races are fine - by themselves. It is the process of mixing, or combining radically different things, that distills its product to a lowest common denominator without any cultural or ethnic background. These people are perfect as workers and consumers, as they have no value higher than money and no sense of heritage, therefore no reason not to fully indulge in the world of media and industrial products. They are the lumpenproletariat, the last men, and the end of the cycle for any given civilization.

We don't feel like lying down and letting this happen. We like our civilization, and our neighbors. Most of us even care deeply about people of other races, as friends and coworkers and neighbors. We want to do what's best for everyone, and that includes but is not limited to separating ethnic-cultural groups so each may determine its own future. When one awakens to race, other issues such as environmentalism, better quality of human breeding, more significance in our daily lives and less slavery to the dollar become naturally contiguous thoughts. We believe Nationalism is the future of politics, for these reasons, and are working to awaken others to not only race but the possibility of a better social order than modern society.

Craig Smith (07/20/05)