Interview With Patrick Casey Of Identity Evropa

From the Identity Evropa website:

Identity Evropa is an American Identitarian organization. As such, our main objective is to create a better world for people of European heritage – particularly in America – by peacefully effecting cultural change. Identity Evropa is thus an explicitly non-violent organization.

As Identitarians, we believe that identity matters, inequality is a fact of life, and ethnic diversity, as demonstrated by substantial historical and sociological evidence, is an impediment to societal harmony. Unfortunately, the fetishization of diversity has resulted in a paradigm wherein “less White people” – in academia, employment, and countries overall – is accepted as a moral imperative. We categorically reject this “progressive” morality and instead demand that we, people of European heritage, retain demographic supermajorities in our homelands.

Moreover, as Identitarians we do not advocate a particular form of economic or political organization. This does not mean that Identitarians have no opinions on such issues; instead, we are able to put aside these differences in order to focus on that which unites us: identity. Implicit within Identitarianism is the understanding that these forms of social organization are means to an end, with that end being the prosperity of our people and civilization.

While the SPLC and the ADL may smear us as “White supremacists”, this is not the case. We are not supremacists because we do not believe that White people should rule over non-White people. Rather, we are ethno-pluralists: We believe that all ethnic and racial groups should have somewhere in the world to call home – a place wherein they can fully express themselves and enjoy self-determination. Even the Left generally agrees with this assertion, so long as people of European heritage are excluded.

In order to accomplish our objectives, we are primarily engaged in both activism and social networking. Our activism thus far has included flyering, flash demonstrations, banner drops, and discussing Identitarian ideas with students on college campuses. In terms of social networking, we have thriving local chapters in most major metropolitan areas, in addition to many other parts of the country. Indeed, one of the main reasons why people join our organization is to enjoy fellowship with other like-minded, well-adjusted, and passionate individuals.

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