The truth will out when the lie has outlived it’s usefulness.
Now to see through bullshit in history, while the bullshit is still in power, is HARD.
It’s easy to be an atheist, it’s easy to accept evolution, or to call out the military-industrial-complex. None of that is hard at all.
What’s hard is defending racial identification and defending the explicit advocacy of european nationalism, or crudely blandished as “racism”. Of course black racial identity or mestizo racial identity, is merely grudgingly accepted as “also racist”.
It’s similar to how, when Hitler is talked about, Stalin and Mao are recognized as “also mass murderers”. Something to be recognized for the sake of intellectual consistency, but the real bad guys are the white “racists”.
Who are the main major enemies the US fought in various wars?
The United Kingdom, then the CSA, then Imperial Germany (and secondarily Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire), then Nazi Germany.
There was the cold war with the USSR, and some minor flare ups in Korea and Vietnam against the communists. And of course to be a communist in the United States is also to get precisely nowhere.
But knowing all this, do you think that anyone who has accepted what I call “the americanist view of history” can, in any way, think rationally about race? The most evil man in the americanist mythos is Hitler, a white “racist”, and the most evil political movement in US history is the CSA and slavery of blacks.
If we look at the United States as a mythology, complete with it’s sacred texts (the Constitution), it’s age the miracles (the revolutionary period, the civil war and the new deal), it’s messiahs (the “fathers”, Lincoln and both Roosevelts), it’s rituals (the group chant of “the ‘national’ anthem”, the children’s loyalty oath aka “the pledge of allegiance”), and it’s sacred monuments, temples and grounds.
Looking at it this way is very hard, and very few manage to see the Americult.
We can divide the Americult into three testaments: old, middle, and new. The Old testament is the “founding fathers” period from around 1770 up to 1861. This was the period covering the revolutionary war and the rise of the Federal Government’s supremacy over the state government, and the doing away with the Articles of Confederation.
Of course the victors’ history is that the Articles of Confederation were horrible, and that’s what the Federalist Papers were about. Of course today they are seen as ultra-libertarian and used to argue AGAINST Federal excesses, at the time they were actually arguing against the confederalists.
So that’s the old testament. The Middle Testament runs roughly from 1861 to 1965. When the CSA seceded, and the Union invaded, this was a clear sign that the Union was not voluntary, and the old testament idea of a consensual contract entered into by the states had been completely dashed.
Of course, slavery fucks it all up. What should be an obvious situation of an aggressive, monstrous Union attacking a group of states that just want out, is rendered crap because the CSA held slaves. And because of slavery, the basically totalitarian nature of the Union’s actions are excused. A similar thing happens in WW2 with the Nazis and their atrocities.
Following the Civil War, Federal supremacy amplifies, the confederalists are done for the time being. The rise in the power and authority of the federal state leads to public schools, which as it did in Britain, France and Germany, led to Nationalism, Imperialism, and military conscription, climaxing in World War 1.
Following WW1 was the progressive era, exemplified by Roosevelt I and his “trust busting” and other bogus stories, and then the Roosevelt II’s New Deal.
However all during this middle period, most of the United States had anti-race mixing laws, and US immigration policy was effectively white-only. This isn’t much talked about, because it never really was an issue. But as recently as 1958, 94% of americans supported anti-race mixing laws, and since only 85% of the US was white at the time, this means that even if 100% of whites supported them, the majority of non-whites still had to also support them.
But in 1965, three things happened that definitively mark the transition to the New Testament: The Civil Rights Act, the Medicare Act, and most importantly, the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.
This act opened up the US to non-European immigration. While at the time all the fuss was about Civil Rights, the more important thing for the long run was the opening of the US to non-European immigration.
And so if you think “race doesn’t matter / doesn’t exist, ‘racism’ is bad, we’re all one people blah blah blah”, well of course you do. That’s the New Testament.
I find it weird when people think that I just haven’t head any arguments for universalism, that I’m just ignorant. Bitch, I live in your world. I know more about what you believe than you do, and I can tell you the historical progression of about 90% of the crap you think you thought up yourself.
Challenging the status quo is HARD. Today, the first and foremost issue to challenge is fashionable views on race and intelligence and innate behavioral tendencies, and the bogus moral arguments against racial nationalism and sectarianism.
Now before you back your butterbutt up into stupid-town, understand prescriptive and descriptive. You don’t have to be a white nationalist to recognize the bogosity of racial equality, or race denial, or anti-racist morality.
But you probably will end up being one since once those intellectual barricades are broken down, most people do end up becoming white nationalists, since most people are naturally “racist” or whatever.
That is, once you no longer feel any moral obligation to care about humanity in general, you tend to have circles of empathy most concentrated in the family, and extending out with decreasing strength, and stopping at the race. This is just what usually happens.
And if you want to write me off as a kook, well you would also have to write off 94% of the US population in 1958 as kooks too.