Back when I was attending GMU, I wrote an essay for economics class in which I theorized that society goes in a cycle of rise and decay, from anarchy to pure capitalism to pure socialism and back to anarchy. One of the main topics we were concerned with in that class was, is there any way to just stay in the capitalistic phase and not progress toward socialism? Could the decay be stopped and reversed, rather than allowed to progress and ultimately cause a societal collapse?
When we considered, say, the problems of places like Latin America, we figured, they had a good Constitution (modeled off of ours) but lacked the ideology, or the moral integrity, or whatever, to live up to it. The deficiencies of the Latino race didn’t enter into our calculation. And when we considered the failures of the Soviet Union, likewise, the deficiencies of the Slavic race didn’t enter into our view about that either; we blamed everything on their command economy and their lack of freedom more generally. And when we considered the Nazi persecution of Jews, we assumed the Nazis were just evil socialists who went around persecuting certain ethnic and religious groups because that’s what socialists do; they’re not like capitalists, who would want to embrace Jews because the Jews’ money is as green as anyone else’s.
There’s some truth to all this, but the value of becoming racially aware is that you realize, we need to preserve the white race if we want to have an innovative and libertarian society. Of course, the view of our professor was that some European societies, like the French, had had egalitarian revolutions that had wreaked a lot of destruction. That’s true, but I don’t think overall, the way the French conducted themselves wasn’t as bad as how, say, the Russians did. France, for example, didn’t try to spread communism around the globe. The French have also been more innovative than the Russians, which is a redeeming quality.
Anyway — back in 2008, I was very pro-immigration. After all, immigrants founded eBay, Intel, Google, Sun Microsystems, Yahoo!, etc. Well, yeah, but these weren’t Latinos or blacks. They were Pierre Omidyar (French), Andrew Grove (Hungarian Jew), Sergey Brin (Russian Jew), Andy Bechtolsheim (German), and Jerry Yang (Taiwanese), respectively.
Once one becomes aware that we can’t just import a bunch of Nigeriens and expect that they’ll be inventing new space telescopes and administering a government that’s going to protect the rule of law, it becomes evident that we’re going to need to breed some more whites. And to do that, we need to get rid of feminism.
The old way of thinking was, “If we become libertarian enough, we can solve all our other problems.” The new way of thinking is, “If we preserve the white race, we can solve all of our other problems, including, hopefully, figuring out that we need to be libertarian.” After all, whites are the most libertarian race (notice which race makes up most of the membership of the Libertarian Party); we have a better chance of keeping society libertarian than any other race does.
Hitler thought along these lines when he put racial considerations first in Mein Kampf. To preserve certain values, you have to preserve the race that can uphold those values, since values don’t exist outside of human beings. He viewed economics as a matter of secondary importance.
It’s really feminism, more than anything, that wrecked the libertarian movement. They just weren’t able to handle the Woman Question in the proper way. If we could increase the number of whites, we’d be fine; but because people believe we can just replace the white population with a non-white population, we have to get into racial issues before we can properly deal with feminism. And Libertarians apparently just did not want to go there, possibly because there are so many Jews among them who don’t want people becoming racially aware, because that might work against Semitic interests.
If we have to get Jews out of the Libertarian movement before we can deal with race and sex issues properly, then we need to get them out. It doesn’t matter what their contributions have been; if they keep us from establishing a society along patriarchist lines, then we lose anyway.