Trump was the last sparkler of White America. And maybe, of the White World. He is a bafoon that believes in the homo economicus above everything: all is solved through the economy, salaries and purchase power. He has no notions of ethnicity, culture and tribe. But nevertheless, he was the last hope of White America, the last hope of holding up to power, dignity, resources and, ultimately, survival. And by White America, I mean half of White America. There is a split in the ethnicity, between those committing mass suicide, and voted Biden, and those trying to survive, and voted Trump. I don’t consider the first ones as part of the White world, but instead of the citizens of the world cult.
The anti-White Woke establishment empowered by Obama and embodied by Hillary Clinton was caught off guard in 2016, but not in 2020. There has never been an election in any truly democratic country in which the liberal establishment (also known as the Globalist Left) has been so viciously, relentlessly opposed to one of the candidates and vilified him at every possible moment for four years. Every day, every hour, for four long years. It is not simply that Donald Trump received the endorsement from not a single top-dollar US newspaper. Nor that the supposedly neutral CNN just like the BBC was wildly antipathetic to the Republican cause. Trump also had to put up with social media waging war against him, Twitter pulling his comments because it considered them unfactual (never happened before) and Facebook removing whole posts from Trump supporters because, of course, they went against their community standards. Given the undisguised and continual hostility from the liberal establishment in the media, Big Media, and on social media, Big Tech, the average White US voter must have wondered: do I really have any choice? Everybody hates this man. It became in the end no choice at all.
The Biden office begun with the Obama presidency, as his vice president. Obama wasn’t a post-racial president, he was a post-White one. Indeed, the first Black president. In a 2009 skit from The Daily Show, John Stewart opened the skit by announcing that “President Obama was elected on a message of change. But is that change good for everyone?” Light-skinned Black Larry Wilmore adopted the role of reporter, introducing one set of Americans at risk: “There is one group of Americans who are now facing the biggest challenge in their history: White people.” This “once proud race” faces dispossession at the hands of Blacks, Asians “and most rapidly, Latinos” (the transition being represented in the skit by White minivans being replaced by Black cars, Asian motorcycles and low-rider Mexican American cars). In a faux-serious interview, Wilmore faces a group of eight White children and tries to make them understand that their future is bleak. The children are not only in denial about their prospects, they positively welcome the coming change. Again, some Whites do see and acknowledge this war on Whites. For example, American Renaissance ran a good article about a woman who experienced this through raising her son. In Motherhood Changed the Way I See Race she wrote: Over the past 20 years I have raised the most reviled creature on the planet — a healthy white male, my son. It was only after he was born that I began to fully notice the relentless propaganda of the mainstream media, and how it promotes miscegenation and presents men like my son as bumbling weak fools. I saw how our people’s history is appropriated and manipulated in arts and entertainment, and how our nation’s heroes are twisted and discredited — their monuments torn down and replaced. I’ve shopped for children’s books and been unable to find one with a protagonist who was a positive example of a white male. I’ve filled out countless college and scholarship applications only to find that opportunities for white males are reduced or blocked entirely — regardless of his good grades and impressive test scores. Each one of these things, combined with my experiences at work, pushed me toward the truth about which race is truly disenfranchised and oppressed in our country. It was a realization that fully awoke the protective mothering instincts inside me. [Edmund Connelly (2020)]
In his 2020 memoirs, The Promised Land, Barack Obama directly ties Trump’s victory to racism, something he says had been “lurking on the edges of the modern Republican Party” for some time. “It was as if my very presence in the White House had triggered a deep-seated panic, a sense that the natural order had been disrupted. For millions of Americans spooked by a Black man in the White House, he promised an elixir for their racial anxiety,” writes Obama. But he went even further during the promotion his book, this time clearly putting out in the open his distaste and racism against white males at a radio show: “The question is though that you still had seventy million people voting for a government that I would say objectively has failed miserably in handling just basic looking after the American people and keeping them safe. Why is that? Well, part of it is because it turns out politics is not just about policies. It’s about the stories that are being told. The story that they are hearing from Fox News and Rush Limbaugh and in some cases inside their churches. You’ve seen created in Republican politics this sense that white males are victims, they are the ones who are like under attack. Which obviously doesn’t jive with both history and data and economics. That’s a sincere belief. That’s a story that is being told. How you unwind, that is something that is not going to be done right away. It’s going to take some time.” Obama failed to explain how decades of quotas, affirmative action and “diversity” that discriminated, and discriminate, against white males and deny them jobs, education and social support, doesn’t make them indeed, victims of the US State.
But what can we expect from a Biden presidency? Biden has given us all the signs that he’s going to implement the Critical Social Justice bureaucratic totalitarianism. He is using the language of the ideology, like saying he has a “mandate” from the voters to take on “systemic racism,” and tapping individuals like Mehrsa Baradaran (who believes in full reparations) for the Treasury Department and Margaret Salazar (whose focus is on “cultural responsiveness”) for Housing and Urban Development. These come among roughly 500 more appointments to his administrative bureaucracy who allegedly express a commitment to racial justice, in line with precisely the racial equity programs touted by Biden and Harris on their campaign and now transition websites. What can we expect from these administrators under Biden? Equity. Equity is intended to be brought into roughly every sector of the federal government, from education to jobs to banking to climate policy to public health—which will, itself, be used as a rather potent lever against the people. Equity is the adjustment of shares of resources in a society so as to make people or groups of people equal when certain disparities of outcomes exist. Equity is both the measuring stick and functional opposite of “systemic racism,” which is to say that which Critical Race Theory believes is the cause of all racial disparities that do not favor blacks, some Latinos (but not others), and members of other non-white races (under certain conditions). In addition to skewing policy so that equity is a priority—indeed, Biden’s campaign website said that it will be achieved, which, in practice, will imply racial quotas, skewed admissions using diversity statements and other means, and other forms of redistribution of opportunities and resources, like preferential jobs investments into certain races but not others. [James Lindsay (2020)]
So against this joint front of Deep State, Big Tech, Big Media, Big Money, there wasn’t much Trump could do even if he wanted to. And there isn’t much White America can do. The following years will beginning the cycle of desperation, economic hardship, cultural eclipse, social repression: the ones not lost to suicide, drugs, alcohol, will be lost to existential depression and to the Uncle Tom syndrome, a desperate attempt to join the new civilization playing the servile role expected of a White person. In the post-White civilization, like the Jews in Medieval Europe, the strongest of the Whites will have to go underground, create their communities and survive. Maybe in a few decades, a new dawn will rise. A White dawn.