Many people are frustrated over the situation our people are currently in. The mass immigration from the Third World into the West is beginning to take its toll. Not only economically and in terms of safety, but most importantly demographically, as we see ourselves becoming a minority in our own countries, which is defined as genocide accordingly to the UN international Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crime of Genocide. We have already written about this phenomenon that is referred to by many as “White genocide” here, which we recommend you to read first. After all, in order to solve something you first need to have an understanding of it.
In this article we aim to present practical and peaceful solutions to this challenge. Keep in mind though, that understanding the grave importance of the situation we are in is important to get to first. If we continue the path the anti-White mentality has led us, and is still leading us, the result will be White genocide.
A future for everyone
Is it possible to stop White genocide and what would happen if we began to reverse it? What to do with immigrants already here? And what would reversing White genocide actually look like?
It would look like Pakistanis living with Pakistanis in Pakistan, Chinese living with Chinese in China, Africans living with Africans in Africa and Arabs living with Arabs in Arab countries. When we think about it that way – would it really be inhumane? Only if you have a negative and prejudiced view of the Third World.
The result of this might look like some stereotypical political correct image of different races and different cultures coexisting peacefully in different nations. So if you saw Earth from space you could see the diversity of races and cultures. After all, being forced to mixed together in a melting pot does not benefit global diversity (if anti-Whites had not been anti-White and actually believed in what they say about diversity they would have supported us).
While we have no intention to focus on preserving for example Chinese culture, as we want to focus on the future of our people, we wish Asians, Africans and Arabs the very best in building a great culture for their people. After all, a future for our people does not exclude a future for other peoples.
How to reverse it?
As for the practicality aspect, it is not like we lack the technology to build walls and fences to stop massive amounts of immigrants from crossing our borders, or that we lack the means of long-distance transportation which could help them return to their homelands if we really wanted to. In the last decades we have had a migration wave to the Western World, and in the decades ahead we could imagine a migration wave the other way. It is really not more complicated than that.
Of course, what is stopping people from wanting to reverse White genocide is not that we lack the practical means to do so, it is the psychological obstacles many people have concerning it.
So it is important to realize that the challenges here are not really practical ones, but psychological.
What are the psychological obstacles?
Many people have a perception that White genocide cannot be reversed, either because it is “too late/have gone too far” or that “it would be too inhumane to do so”.
As for the latter, we have already explained that a future for our people does not exclude a future for other peoples, and that it would not be inhumane for Asians living with Asians in Asia or Africans living with Africans in Africa and so on. Allowing a future for all peoples is not inhumane, but denying ours certainly is.
Other obstacles people might have concerning this may include questions such as; what to do with the immigrants already living here? What if they are assimilated or integrated and speak our native languages and have grown up here?
We have all heard politically correct arguments in favor of immigration. The people who call themselves “anti-racist” (i.e. anti-Whites) use all kinds of arguments to justify the policies which lead to White genocide. Funnily enough, these arguments work both ways – if we assume that they are true.
For example, it is often said that immigration boosts our economy. Some anti-Whites have argued that we in White countries would benefit financially by attracting highly educated people from the Third World. That we need them for health care and work labour, since our countries are supposedly lacking resources in those regards. But if these people are good for our economy then they would most certainly be good for the economy in their country of origin, which might be in greeter need of economic boost.
As for the immigrants already living here, when we started these mass immigration policies we were told that it was exciting with new people and cultures. Therefore, should it not also be exciting for them to experience a new country or their country of origin? After all, if they managed to become integrated or assimilated in our countries, then they can certainly be reintegrated or reassimilated in their homelands.
Granted, we often hear the reason they should not return to their homelands is because it would be cruel to force them, especially considering that many people still misguidedly believe that they would return to a place of war and poverty.
However, if this really is one’s view of all of Africa and the rest of the Third World, then he or she should work on his/her prejudices. A person thinking this way is demonizing the whole Third World, as there is not war in all of Africa and there are plenty of good places to live in that is not predominately White.
So you see, what has been said in favor of migration into White countries can equally be used in favor of migration out of White countries. If these politically correct statements are not true, then we have been lied to.
Keep in mind that not all people who might be concerned with reversing White genocide is not consciously anti-White, they simply do not want to feel like they have to be a “necessary evil”. In order to change people’s mindset, we need to change the way they think. That it is not inhumane for Asians to live in Asia, Africans in Africa or Arabs in Arab countries. A future for our people does not exclude a future for other peoples, and allowing every people to have a future is not inhumane but denying our people a future is.
Is it morally wrong or morally right to want a future for one’s people? Most people would agree that it is morally right.
The question then is why would immigrants or the people who call themselves “anti-racist” not agree? Why should they not be able to see it from our perspective? Since non-Whites are human beings just like us why should they not be able to feel empathy?
In what timespan can this be reversed?
Since White genocide is morally wrong and reversing it is indeed possible with practical and peaceful solutions, the only question that remains is how fast should White genocide be reversed?
The migration we have had into Europe have lasted some decades, so it could be reversed in some decades. Of course this process could be done faster than that, maybe in the timespan of 10 to 15 years, it is really just a matter of discussion as several options are available.
We have to remember that technology and means of transportation is getting better and better every year. 100 years ago it was a long way traveling from Africa to England. But in today’s world that trip could be done in one single plane trip. The world is being more interconnected.
Some people believe that a great war between the races, or some type of clash of civilizations in the near future, is an inevitable outcome of the present mass immigration policies and its consequences. However, we do not believe that this outcome is neither necessary nor good for anyone. On the contrary, we believe that practical and peaceful solutions to these problems are not only possible, it is also the best way forward.
If Africans could build a great culture for their people in Africa I would argue the case that it would certainly be the preferred outcome. Likewise, the different nations in Asia building a great culture for their people in Asia and so on. We want a future for our people, and we also understand that other people want the same for their people. As mentioned earlier, this would result in global diversity which so many say they like. If they actually did believe in it they would support us.