Watching something die is never pretty. No matter if it is quick or over time, coping with the experience of loss is painful for all of those involved. The death of a pet, a grandparent, or even a child are all staggeringly overwhelming to grasp in the moment. People turn to different ways of coping with loss, from ignoring the situation to anger, escapism, or even depression. What we are currently living through in America is not the death of an individual, but the death of our entire way of life. And because the scale of loss is higher, our ability to comprehend this death of an entire civilization is far lesser than the ability to grasp the loss of a friend or family member.
People go through the various stages of grief. The model created by Elisabeth KÃ¼bler-Ross & David Kessler is best known as the Five Stages. The stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. Looking at the blue-collar and rural areas of America, each of us is in one of those stages.
Denial is perhaps the most powerful tool that the elite has over us. Although almost every American knows that the jobs situation is getting worse and worse, our politicians lie and cheat us without a second thought; although our culture is being destroyed brick by brick, many of our people simply prefer to live in denial. By consuming themselves in sports teams, superficial politics, or hobbies, white Americans strive to bury their heads in the sand and refuse to come to terms with the current cliff our people are heading off. To come to terms with demographic displacement, cultural genocide, job outsourcing, and a destruction of our faith is simply too much for many people. Just as described in the film The Matrix, Most of these people are not ready to be unplugged, and many of them are so inured, so hopelessly dependent on the system, that they will fight to protect it. Through providing the public with bread and circuses to entertain us, the elites have most of the population in a docile and content lifestyle, one that is not conducive to revolting against them.
The reactionary politics in the Tea Party shows a gross misunderstanding of the problem, but also demonstrates a clear rage at the current established economic order. Anger could potentially result in revolution against the globalists, so the elites have crafted a controlled opposition to allow white Americans to vent through, which inevitably involves with no real plan to change the current system of control. Through using pawns in the mainstream media, the elites have actually persuaded the working class that the “free market”, more free trade agreements, and less government protections are somehow the answers. With dedication, though, millions of working class Americans have picked up this banner in an attempt to fight for what they view as their America. Their anger is palpable in their protests and the signs that they hold. They view President Obama as being the one who is stealing their children’s future and the Tea Party is falling into the trap of not seeing the forest for the trees.
Our movement has been caught in the stage of anger as well. Even those who are apparently enlightened on the subject of race and identity are still often blinded by anger. There is a difference between acknowledging reality to come up with a solution and blindly lashing out with no discernible goals or plans. For decades our movement has been stuck in this stage of pure unadulterated rage. The music, games, and literature of much of the pro-white movement over the past few decades are obviously simply an outlet for hatred and rage. Portraying every other race on the planet as a caricature, as something to lash out against, and as something to hate is not productive, it is not Christian, and it is not working. Screaming into microphones for “SIX MILLION MORE” and yelling racial epithets are not solutions, they are simply childish outbursts.
Our people need to regain their courage and their moral fortitude, we do not need to demonize anybody else. Beating up a random minority does not solve anything. These angry outbursts are not moral nor are they productive. How many of our men are locked behind bars for decades to pay for politically impotent anger-motivated outbursts? How much money has been lost in our movement through lawsuits based on the actions of a few hotheads? How many years is our movement set back as a whole every single time that someone brandishes a weapon to threaten unarmed and innocent people? Folks, the answers to all these questions are too many. We need to set anger aside and look deep inside ourselves. Our people will not be saved through random acts of violence and they will not be saved by hating anyone else; our only solution is to be driven by a pure love for our folk and our traditions. This does not mean refusing to acknowledge the truth and the facts, it means that we must set aside the urge to be reactionary for the sake of being reactionary, and instead turn towards accepting our reality and making positive steps forward driven by love, not anger.
Many of our people are currently trying to bargain with the system that has cheated them, but to no avail. These workers are trying to work within the current system as scabs to get a crust of bread off the master’s table. By denouncing our people, our culture, and our customs, white Americans are trying to fit into the mold set up by the elites of a complacent and broken white workforce.
They need us to ensure the economy keeps working, but the elites have created a cultural Marxist narrative that all white men and women must burn their pinch of incense in order to get jobs. We end up slitting each others’ throats over fewer and fewer jobs and less benefits, when we should be organizing to fight together against the New World Order.
Depression is becoming the new word for describing middle-class Americans. The rate of suicides among white middle-aged individuals is skyrocketing. The Federal government reported that “the suicide rate among middle-aged Americans climbed a startling 28 percent in a decade, a period that included the recession and the mortgage crisis… The trend was most pronounced among white men and women in that age group. Their suicide rate jumped 40 percent between 1999 and 2010.”
Our people are increasingly turning to destructive solutions to bury their depression. A future of abysmal job prospects and cultural decline has pushed scores of white Americans into self-medicating as a way to cope with an increasingly grim existence. Giving up on our faith in the Church and in Christ has left our people for generations to worship at the altar of capitalism and America.
When the checks stop coming, the toys and trinkets stop being affordable, and when the country you once knew is being destroyed around you, it is hard not to lose hope and sink into depression. It is clear that this battle is not just about political ideology or economic concerns, it is a battle for the souls of our people. Will we worship the false gods of materialism that have failed us? Or shall we turn towards a powerful and living God and put our trust in Him as our people have done for nearly two thousand years?
Acceptance is one of the hardest stages to attain in the grieving process. To fully understand and realize that the thing that you loved is gone and that you need to be able to move beyond that is something that most people never accomplish. After a tragic loss, many people become forever caught in the tar sands of depression or the futile outbursts of anger. To truly accept reality and be able to move beyond a loss is something that takes divine grace. Acceptance means that we must fundamentally understand the world around us and the plight we are in, and be able to put aside the urges of hatred in order to create a true movement.
Corneliu Codreanu, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, Charles Martel, and all the heroes of the folk had to come to the stage of acceptance in order to fight for our people. Anger burns you out quickly and leaves you a hollow husk. Depression leads to apathy and cultural suicide. Bargaining will only lead to our eventual destruction as our foes seek our utter annihilation. Denial only makes the problems worse. It is only through acceptance of the situation in front of us can we finally begin to turn away from the suicidal path we are on and begin to save ourselves. The battle is not lost; we have not yet even begun to fight. Leaving behind our self-destructive tendencies, putting our faith in our kin and our traditions, and moving forward for a united and positive goal is the formula we need to save our people.
As the great leader and devout Christian General Robert E Lee wrote nearly one hundred and fifty years ago, “Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more, you should never wish to do less.” Our people are calling for action; will you listen? Our future depends on it.