Essays

A Sense of Peoplehood Is Not a Pathology

by Michael Santomauro

IT IS NOT “racist” for a professor such as Alan Dershowitz or for a professor like Kevin MacDonald to advocate for their ethnic group interests.

The words for bigotry that are often used, such as anti-Semitic, anti-White, anti-Black, anti-Arab, anti-feminist, anti-gay and hundreds of other labels, are for the most part overstated. Instead, [the demonized viewpoints] should be seen as pro-White or pro-Jewish or pro-women or pro-traditional family and should not be considered shameful.

These “pro” sensibilities are part of the human condition, not to be pathologized into an “anti.”

It is about group interests.

A race or ethnie without a sense of peoplehood or identity will end up being used to achieve the goals of other ethnies. (Yes, ethnie, not ethnic).

Our feelings or thoughts of peoplehood are not pathological. They are natural. The European-American will have White ethnic interests and it is not “racist” to have them. Just as Hispanics, Asians, Jews, and Blacks have their own ethnic interests, it should not be considered a pathology for Whites to have them

An ethnie without a sense of peoplehood will end up being used to achieve the goals of other ethnies.

from Reporter’s Notebook

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