We care deeply about the future of Europeans wherever they may be, which is to say that we care about Whites and Western Civilisation, and we believe our civilisation can be carried forward only by the biological descendants of the people who created it.
Whites have the right; we have a duty to remain the majority in our lands to see our culture thrive. A hundred years ago virtually all Whites understood this. In Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, they were all rooted in a particular people: the people of Europe, and they couldn’t have imagined allowing themselves to be displaced by others.
Today whites are supposed to welcome displacement; we’re supposed to believe that we should open our homelands to every kind of outsider, all in the name of diversity. Of course, some of us know better. Every day more and more of us know better. We know that diversity, for us, is a slow suicide, and we refuse to help build a future in which our children will be minorities: perhaps hated minorities in the nations our ancestors built.
Our refusal to commit suicide is, of course, healthy and normal. People who don’t commit suicide, whether as individuals or groups, are normal. That’s why there was no good word to describe people with our beliefs in the past: just as there is no word to describe people who put their pants on one leg at a time or people who eat when they’re hungry. These things are so normal, so universal, that no one ever thought to give them a name. However, these days whites are the only people for whom wanting to survive is not considered normal. Think of it this way: what do you call a Māori person who prefers Māori culture, listens to Māori music and prefers to be around other Māori? A Māori. But, antithetically, what do our detractors call a White person who prefers Western culture, listens to classical music and prefers to be around white people? A white supremacist.
A Māori or anyone else for that matter, who has a racial identity is so obviously normal that no one even notices. This is true all around the world. What do you call a Japanese person who thinks Japan should stay Japanese or an Israeli who thinks Israel should stay Jewish. How about a Tibetan who doesn’t want their country turning Chinese or a Nigerian who wants Nigeria to stay Nigerian? Nothing. But what do you call a Frenchman who thinks France should remain French? All manner of names.
For only White people are our normal, healthy, and universal preferences considered a sickness. Only we as a group are pathologised by the likes of Freudian psychoanalysis and told that our natural tendencies are unnatural and bad. This, of course, is false. Our opponents have words for us, but they’re all slurs, white supremacist is their favourite. Anti-Whites like it because it’s supposed to make you think of slavery and lynching; they want to make us sound morally loathsome. Neo-Nazi is another particularly egregious slur because it conjures up thoughts of extreme authoritarianism and mass murder. And then, of course, there’s racist. Racism, a word which previously connoted the want to preserve races, is now used as both a pejorative and a red herring. But remember, however, it’s never racist for Māori to want to preserve Māori institutions or to want to spend their time with Māori people; that’s considered healthy for them.
Our opponents know that they can’t successfully dismantle our ideas in an honest intellectual debate. That is why they often resort to smears and slurs that deliberately misrepresent our genuine beliefs while attempting to make us seem completely unreasonable to the average onlooker. These tactics are also used to intimidate regular folk, not dissimilar from us, into silence. Many people have concerns about the rapidly changing demographics and culture in New Zealand. However, they dare not speak up in case some nasty tattletale comes along and accuses them of being something they aren’t.
This is why it is so