The Long March
by Andrew Hamilton
WITH THE accession to power of the Roosevelt regime in 1933, and the defeat of Germany and the rapid expansion of global Communism by the Allies after 1945, America became a de facto Jewish-run state, ruled by a new class obsessed with undermining and destroying White Americans, North and South, whose ancestors had founded the country.
To destabilize and demoralize this element of the population the leaders of the nascent new order first condemned Nordics in the debates over the Immigration Act of 1924, subjecting them to special opprobrium and abuse. This was a clever vector of attack.
Virulent assaults against Germans, Germany, “fascists,” and “Nazis” during WWII created another vector, those against Southerners and “racists” a third, “WASPs” a fourth, and finally, internationally, the White diaspora everywhere, targeting with special venom, sanctions, and bloody terrorism the inhabitants of two First World nations in southern Africa, Whites’ outlying minority stronghold.
With ironclad control over speech, association, censorship, and mass communications, coupled with political, academic, and economic dominance, the new bosses undertook a long march through the culture, attacking Whites and Western civilization at every turn, murderously, overtly, viciously, and crudely, but also with utmost subtlety on subliminal, emotional, and sexual levels.
Possessing an intergenerational time horizon and fiercely aggressive transgenerational institutions capable of single-mindedly pursuing goals over long periods of time, they targeted and molded youth, so that each new generation was more pliable and less morally, psychologically, and behaviorally grounded than the one dying off.
Every step of the way they systematically identified, recruited, and elevated to fame and fortune talented members of the majority who were ambitious, unscrupulous, sociopathic, alienated, or deviated in some other serviceable manner from the norm.
The only requirement was the willingness of such people to ally themselves with Jews and harm their own kind. Some did not fully realize the extent to which they were being manipulated, or the ends to which they were being used.
Meanwhile, the core population naïvely accepted these fifth columnists, who publicly looked, acted, and sounded like themselves, as society’s true political, intellectual, artistic, and cultural epitomes, for that is how they were presented through every medium of mass communication.
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