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    Matt Parrott writes:
    “The Catholic Church that Chechar envisions destroying Latin America and the Protestant Yankees Hunter Wallace envisions destroying Dixie are merely the zombie carcasses of Christianity, spearheads of the capitalist impulse to expand into their respective societies and steamroll over all the institutional and ideological obstacles to the profit which feeds the power structure.”

    A few thoughts:

    1.) I think it is a mistake for anyone to search for a “root cause” of our plight.

    If you look at it from a Southern Nationalist perspective, the dominant theme is going to be a neverending series of disasters that have been inflicted on the South as a consequence of the existence of the Union.

    Suppose you were talking about Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, or Alaska. Like the South, the Far West states have also been peripheral to America’s national decline. Brokeback Mountain, for example, was a short story created by a Connecticut Yankee who graduated from the University of Vermont.

    It is places like New York City and Los Angeles that create the dominant culture and it is the masses of White people who live in the Northeastern corridor, that area in the Deep North settled by Yankees that stretches along the Canadian border from Maine to Minnesota, and down the Pacific Coast who are in the driver’s seat of America’s decline and who are taking us over the cliff.

    The rest of the country – places like King County, TX – are the passengers strapped and locked in the backseat by the existence of the Union. If they had control of the vehicle, their cultural DNA would move them in another direction.

    2.) If you look at it like Chechar from the perspective of Mexico, it is extremely hard to blame Jewish influence (which was minimal after the Inquisition) for the way the racial caste system evolved in Latin America as opposed to North America.

    Catholicism played a more important role there. The same is true of New Orleans which because of its Latin and Catholic origins was always the great outlier to the South’s “one drop rule” racial caste system.

    The precise mix of causes of our racial and cultural decline will vary depending upon location. In the South, Christianity sustained the Confederate war effort, sanctified the “Lost Cause” during the Jim Crow era, and fueled opposition to the Civil Rights Movement and the Counterculture, whereas in the North it led to William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and the Freedom Riders.

    Christianity had little to do with the South’s racial and cultural decline: the Southern Baptist Convention didn’t embrace anti-racism until the 1990s. It was the last major cultural institution in the entire country to do so.

    In Cuba, which like the American South was part of the “Golden Circle” civilization, the Catholic Church was an adjunct of the establishment:
    “The Church was part of the system of slavery. It supported, reinforced, and reflected the status quo. It preached obedience to the white master among the slaves, and propagandized the then present inequality and suffering as preparation for an equitable afterlife.”

    3.) The history of the South and the Caribbean shows that capitalism can fuel the growth of a racial caste system.

    Seymour Drescher’s The Mighty Experiment: Free Labor versus Slavery in British Emancipation, Fogel and Engerman’s Time on the Cross: The Economics of American Slavery, and Christopher Brown’s Moral Capital: Foundations of British Aboltionism show how the “Golden Circle” was cut down in its prime.

    The driving force behind the demise of New World slavery was the emergence of evangelical Christianity in Britain in the late eighteenth century. Methodism fueled anti-slavery in Britain while bolstering slavery in the South.

    Like the Catholic Church in Cuba vs. Mexico, Methodism in Britain vs. the South illustrates how a causal factor like Christianity can interact with another causal factor like the plantation complex to produce one result in one area and exactly the opposite result in another area.

    The presence of slavery in the South and the Caribbean moderated the Jewish Question. The lack of slavery in the North meant that whiteness was of less importance there and led to more explosive conflicts over religion, ethnicity, and class.

    The Second World War completely transformed White racial attitudes in the North – the war against Hitler was seen as an ideological crusade for Americanism – whereas it had no impact at all on the South.

    Three of the biggest causal factors in the North’s racial decline – Jewish influence, evangelical Christianity, and the Second World War as an ideological catalyst – crashed like waves on a beach at the Mason-Dixon line.

    Posted on June 1, 2013 by Hunter Wallace

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    Default Maybe the reason Jews didn’t come to dominate in the South is their numbers never got high enough as a percentage of key positions versus the North

    Maybe the reason Jews didn’t come to dominate in the South is their numbers never got high enough as a percentage of key positions versus the North


    I ran across this remark by Charles Lindbergh earlier tonight.
    “We must limit to a reasonable amount the Jewish influence … Whenever the Jewish percentage of total population becomes too high, a reaction seems to invariably occur. It is too bad because a few Jews of the right type are, I believe, an asset to any country.”

    Has anyone ever simply looked at Jews as a percentage of the population or the society’s leadership caste to see if there is a pattern in terms of a % that will “catalyze” a reaction and move a society in directions friendly to Jews?

    Maybe the reason Jews didn’t come to dominate in the South is their numbers never got high enough as a percentage of key positions versus the North from the 1880s forward.

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    There is no one cause and no silver bullet


    Hunter Wallace writes:
    1.) I think it is a mistake for anyone to search for a “root cause” of our plight.

    I respond:

    Very good. One of the worst problems of the right wing, both the racial right and the aracial right, is our silver bullet thinking and mentality. The idea that if we just do one thing, enact or repeal one piece of legislation, or read and embrace this one screed, everything else will fall into place in a chain reaction and all our problems will be solved. That HW is not searching like Diogenes for a “root cause” probably means he doesn’t buy into this silly silver bullet mentality. All searching for a “root cause” accomplishes is advocating some sort of silver bullet solution once one finds that “root cause,” (and often, that “root cause” isn’t much of a root cause at all.)

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    The idea that if we just do one thing, enact or repeal one piece of legislation, or read and embrace this one screed, everything else will fall into place in a chain reaction and all our problems will be solved.

    I didn’t argue that there’s one simple quick fix, but I do believe there was one simple cause: The Colonial Age inundated European peasant merchants and Jews with an historically unprecedented tsunami of wealth from around the globe which they’ve leveraged against the traditional and tribal elites and continue to leverage against them to this day.

    I am indeed a monocausalist. All of these “words” being thrown around, about egalitarianism, about theological this or legislative that, is all derivative in nature. Elite money chooses which horses get to race and which horses remain in the pen.

    The North vs. South stuff obviously matters for people in the South. But in the grand historical sweep of things, it couldn’t possibly matter less. The Southern oligarchs were greedy degenerate scumbags who bet on chattel slavery instead of factory machinery, losing out as their economic model imploded on them and the nearest powerful oligarchy swept into control.

    There’s this romantic ideal built around these Southern “aristocrats” which is only sustained by their not having been around to prove just how degenerate they were destined to become. Had the Northern industrialists been defeated in 1865, it would be rather straightforward to construct an idyllic narrative around these old timey oligarchs.

    Their profit stream was threatened, so they sent hundreds of thousands of honest White men to die in one massive wave after another in defense of their right to own and breed even more negroes. It’s a sick irony that so many in racialist circles have anything but contempt for a wealthy caste of scumbags who drove their own folk to eating clay and fleeing West and to the Southern Midwest as refugees in a maniacal quest to seize profit by replacing their kinfolk with an enslaved alien race

    I’m glad the South lost. I just wish that somehow the North could have lost, too.


    Matt Parrott says:
    June 1, 2013 at 4:40 pm


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