Two Cheers for White Democracy
by Douglas Mercer
WHEN THEY had cleared the East of race scum the National Socialists planned to plant large colonies of German soldier-farmers there. Himmler believed that this was the White man’s ancestral homeland and that tilling the soil was the natural and healthy element of the White race. He had his scholars study the ancient Germans so that he could re-create their way of living in these new spaces.
Thomas Jefferson agreed. He hated the emerging capitalist system along with its urbanization and felt that only a broad-based democracy made up of virtuous yeoman farmers could maintain a republic.
History has vindicated him.
Unlike other countries in Central and South America, Costa Rica did not become home to aristocrats lording over huge plantations harboring slave labor. Rather, Costa Rica was a rural democracy and was thus able to retain its European identity.
In his anti-White book The American Dilemma, Gunnar Myrdal contrasts “folkways” and “stateways.” He said that the “American dilemma” was that America had a (to him) high set of ideals embodied in the so-called American Creed (equality), but also had the intractable and pernicious (to him) “racism” of the people themselves, and that these two things were in high tension.
German scholar Heinrich Krieger, in the 1930s, traveled to Arkansas and made a thorough study of American race relations. He saw the same dilemma that Myrdal would see later; however, he came down firmly on the other side of this equation. He was heartily encouraged that the good sense of the American people caused them to give only cursory lip service to the “creed”; and that they were maintaining their racial pride and identity in the face of the paper 14th Amendment.
Blood is thicker than paper.
Krieger’s only criticism of the American people is that they were not applying their justifiably draconian race laws to Jews, but he held out hope that that might change in the future.
Any law is illegitimate if it does not conform to the needs of the race. Any elite is illegitimate is it does not serve the interests of the race.
Nineteenth century democracy needs no more complete vindication for its existence than the fact that it kept for the White race the best portions of the New World’s surface, temperate America and Australia. Had these regions been under aristocratic government Chinese immigration would have been encouraged precisely as the slave trade is encouraged of necessity by any slave-holding oligarchy, and the results would have been far more fatal to the White race. But the democracy, with the clear instincts of race selfishness, saw the race foe and kept out the dangerous alien. The presence of the Negro in our Southern states is a legacy from a time when we were ruled by a transoceanic aristocracy. The whole civilization of the future owes a debt of gratitude far greater than words can express to that new democratic polity which kept the New World as a priceless heritage for White people.
So said Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt in 1897.
Most of South and Central America under King and corporation became a hellish den of miscegenation; North America presided over by the people became a nice White country.
What Roosevelt might have said is that when White people truly rule themselves in a truly participatory democracy they will always zealously guard their race interests. But when a vast concentration of wealth arises it creates all-powerful and insular elites. These elites in turn become de-nationalized and de-racialized and cocooned away from the people; and so their interests diverge from them; thus they bring in masses of immigrants or slaves (is there a difference?). Prior to the rise of the Jews, these elites brought in these aliens for one and one reason only: money.
And thus the worm is in the apple; the snake in the grass.
There goes the nice White country.
American slavery imported the progenitors of future enemies, and it hurt the mass of working White people at the time, too. And the sick, disgusting sexual practices of many plantation owners created a population of dangerous half-breeds. .
American slavery was worse than a crime; it was a blunder.
Roosevelt’s cherished 19th century democracy, his democracy of White people, began to be subverted by the end of that century.
A vast conglomeration of wealth occurred, and along with it came mass immigration. This is no coincidence. One follows the other like night follows day. When the early Jeffersonian democracy faded, when ordinary Americans no longer had much role in ruling their country, when “by the people” became an empty phrase, the interests of the people were tossed aside. And the people’s overriding interest was keeping their country White.
The “Free Soil” of the early Republicans meant free of Black people.
And as to that conglomeration of wealth in the hands of the few, that was what Roosevelt’s trust-busting was about. It was a dispersal of power back to the people so that their ideas on how to run the country could re-emerge.
The 1920s saw a flourishing White renaissance, with immigration restriction and race laws flourishing and popular.
The Depression also sealed America off from immigrants to some extent, because the mania of the immigrants themselves to come to America ceased.
Better to be poor and White than rich and mongrelized. (That’s something that still applies in the Rust Belt, upstate New York, western Pennsylvania, parts of Ohio, and some points west to a good degree.)
But in our day the unbridled rule of capital has again created giant transnational corporations, and power, in the hands of the few. With this, money rules, and “democracy” becomes a sham. And along with it comes the ever-present lurking evil: the importation of masses of immigrants.
If left to themselves, the American people would put an end to the flood of aliens into their country, both legal and illegal. But now the American people are never left to themselves.
Capital always dreams of a borderless world.
Elites always dream of a borderless world.
White self-rule dreams of its own people, its own folkways, its own future.
Himmler was fascinated by an old Germanic institution called a Thing. The Thing was a governing assembly in early Germanic society made up of free people of the community presided over by a “lawspeaker.” The word appears in Old Norse, Old English, modern Icelandic, Middle English, Old Saxon, Old Dutch, Old Frisian, German, and Afrikaans.
Thus this practice is deeply ancestral and represents a primitive and basic belief of White peoples about how to order community affairs.
It is an assemblage which happened in a space called the Thingstead or Thingstow.
It is farmer-solider, yeoman farmer, rural democracy.
It is imprinted in the White soul and will always be a means to protect our living space from racial infiltration.
It is above all the clarion call of White freedom.
But when the epitaph of America is written, it will say that this was a people who loved freedom, but who were ruled over by people who loved cheap labor more.
We can’t give three cheers for democracy. It failed to prevail. It was corrupted. It succumbed to our enemies. And now, after decades of Jewish media lies, the people themselves are corrupted. So we need something new, something better. Something greater. Something certain. Something that will not fail.
But here’s two cheers for democracy. White democracy, that is.
There is nothing wrong with equality as long as it is among true equals.
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