This well-written Taki article about the impending doom of whites, and especially American whites, is hard to argue with. The only passing quibble I’ll put down is related to this line:
Losing faith in the system. McGeshick believes it was this loss of faith in old institutions that led to not just the “pacification” of the natives [American Indians], but the willingness of many to jettison their traditional beliefs and embrace Christianity and booze.
Or as others have pointed out in regards to whites: synthetic heroin and porn. Indeed, just as whites are (mostly erroneously) blamed for intentionally importing woes and diseases to decimate the American Indians, the enemies of whites have made sure the fentanyl spigot stays open, that their elderly die in nursing homes from the WuFlu, and that cultural debauchery goes on unchecked.
But, whereas the system used by American Indians was obviously flawed, to the extent they even had a “system” at all, the American “system” isn’t quite so flawed. The issue is that it (and really any system) only works in a mono-ethnic nation. Our delusion was in thinking that the obvious superiority of the system would win everyone over when in actuality it was never the “system”, it was the people. No people, no system.
We can have it again, a place of our own, and rebuild our system(s) but without the cancerous rot we let in to commandeer the old ones; but the opportunity gets slightly more distant and difficult to achieve every day. Fortunately most whites and their (actually many) allies haven’t even woken up to that fact; if we were trying and failing it would be disheartening, but we haven’t even shown up yet.