Don’t ask me the “Jewish Question.”
The JQ is not a question, it’s an ultimatum. When we link
ourselves with White Nationalism a curious thing happens. Not only will you suddenly become forever stigmatized for working in the interests of White people, but you will be asked to pass a litmus test. To fail the litmus test is to be exiled into the margins of White Nationalism, and precious few are able to escape exile after suffering the accusations of phoniness.
There is not a single person who can claim ownership for the White Nationalist movement, nor speak on behalf of it in its entirety. Do not ask the JQ while secretly requiring certain answers. The White Nationalist movement is composed of a broad and disconnected spectrum of activists ranging from American Nationalism, to Orthodox Nationalism, Radical Traditionalism, and Paganism. To name only a few. Each group will have a different answer because each has a different methodology and desired set of goals. To demand a singular set of answers precludes the possibility of exploring different avenues of White Nationalism.
The JQ is not a proposition either. In almost every circumstance that I’ve seen the JQ arise, it has been for the purpose of discerning whether or not an activist is good enough to “play the game.” Zealous voices, or perhaps anarchic ones like Sebastian Ronin, will not allow prominent activists to remain silent on the question without fears of subversion arising.
The right response does not magically open doors.
The right response does not earn the privilege of learning secret handshakes.
The right response does not garner positive attention from the White Nationalist community.
I find no benefit in proffering an answer to the JQ. Talking about the JQ by itself runs the risk of invoking unending and petty scorn from blowhards and zealots.
The JQ isn’t even a productive question, because it never invites a solution or a productive manner for engaging those around us. It is literally counter productive because it invokes a defensive response. The JQ is somewhere between an accusation and an insult, and it almost always comes across as a warning shot. More than anything else it is a transaction between two parties who are trying to determine rules of engagement. Bickering over rules of engagement takes away time from talking about what really matters.
The number one concern among White Nationalists should be the “White Question.”
The Jewish people are not my concern. My loyalty is to the diaspora of White Anglo Saxon peoples, and I do not care to waste time on infighting. Do not come to me and demand an answer for the JQ unless you are prepared to first talk about the WQ.
As dedicated activists we should be pushing the WQ.
Where are your loyalties for White people?
Are you worried about becoming a Google Felon?
What are you willing to sacrifice for the movement?
Will you risk your physical health or safety to take part in a demonstration?
What skills do you have which can help the movement, and what would you like to do better?
Those are the kinds of questions we should be asking each other, but above all else we have to ask ourselves one more question. Are we willing to teach and mentor the younger generation of White Nationalists?
The JQ is secondary to the WQ, and I will not waste my time arguing about what to do with the Jewish people until we can first talk about what we are willing to do for our own people.