Who Do You Love?

Have you ever been in a situation where you only cared about one thing? Perhaps it was finding your keys or watching the end of a game or a movie. Perhaps the only thing you cared about was your brother or your best friend or your mom or dad or child. Perhaps you only cared about paying the rent or finding success with your date or avoiding humiliation at a gathering.

Perhaps you’ve been in a situation so dire that you only cared about your breath, your safety, your family, or perhaps you only cared about your friends or members of your religion or tribe.

These feelings are all human and natural and normal and healthy.

There’s nothing shocking about Jewish nationalists who in certain circumstances only care about the welfare of Jews or of Japanese nationalists who only care about the welfare of Japanese or Australian nationalists who only care about the welfare of Australians or white nationalists who only care about the welfare of whites. These feelings are all human and natural and normal and healthy.

Life has a way of narrowing our attention to what is most pressing in the moment.

Normal people often have good will towards many people, but all people in sufficiently difficult circumstances, only care about a very limited number of things people. These feelings are all human and natural and normal.

It is normal, natural and healthy to most care about those with whom you are most closely genetically linked and to have less care for those who are more genetically distant from you. In a homogeneous society, it is easy to care about your fellow who’s like you, but in a diverse society, you tend to pull back your caring to your narrow circle.

The same people in one circumstance will have good will towards all and in another circumstance, they will only care about members of their group and have hostile feelings towards outsiders.

Caring about others depends upon circumstance. Diffuse caring is usually a product of luxury.

Right now, I think, an increasing number of people in America feel pressed to the wall and they are narrowing their concerns to members of their group and they are increasing their hostility towards out-groups. This is normal, natural and healthy. Without such feelings of exclusivity in dire circumstances, peoples die out.

I just watched three very different movies back to back. Deep Horizon was about the world of men in danger on an oil rig. Jackie was about the world of women and emotions. Watching it after Deep Horizon seemed a letdown. It was simply a cascade of contradictory female emotions all familiar to anyone who’s had a wife or long-term girlfriend.

Lion (2016)

Plot summary: “Five-year-old Saroo gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of Kilometers across India, away from home and family. Saroo must learn to survive alone in Kolkata, before ultimately being adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty-five years later, armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home.”

People create a society and genes create people and so different sub-species create different societies.

Near the end of the movie, Saroo tells his adoptive white mother, “I’m sorry you weren’t able to have children of your own.”

And the mom replies, something like, “We could have had children of our own but we thought the world had enough people in it, we wanted to take better care of babies already here who needed it. When I was 12, I had a vision that my purpose was to adopt brown babies.”

Unlike every other people in the world, Anglos don’t have a dual morality. They don’t think there’s one standard for how you treat members of your group and a different standard for how you treat outsiders. That’s why Anglos create the best (aka high trust) countries such as the United States, Canada, England, and Australia.

Due to a quirk of evolution (surviving harsh winters while widely separated), people from Northern Europe have evolved to place a premium on a reputation for honesty, but this leaves them vulnerable to tribes that practice a dual morality but can mimic and manipulate the Anglo’s commitment to righteousness.

I doubt many Japanese adopt black and brown babies. That’s an Anglo thing.


WNs See Jews As The Model

Greg Johnson says:

In a year, I would like to see new institutions that will be mainstreaming our ideas and injecting our ideas into the political process for the Trump administration. I want there to be many public advocates for our ideas under their own names under their own face. I want there to be so many of these people that it is no longer possible for us to be shamed, terrorized and harassed as we are today.

Milk is an interesting movie in terms of lessons for radical politics. It’s also interesting illustrating things we believe about The Jewish Question.

In the 1970s, there was a proposition in California to fire homosexual public school teachers. It was pushed by Anita Bryant and the evangelical churches. The campaign against it was very clever. They feel like they can oppress us because we are invisible but if we increase our visibility, it will be harder for them to vote against us. They wanted closeted gays to come out. It is easy to vote yes if you don’t know anybody who’s gay. That goes for white nationalists too. It is easy for people to dismiss us and to accept media concocted images of us if they don’t know any of us, but if we gain that greater visibility, we are going to short-circuit the media’s power to misrepresent us. We will be able to seize control of our image in the public mind. Then it will be harder for our ideas to be put back in the margins of society.

If we have an energized principled minority, we can change society. Look at what Jews have accomplished. They’re about 2% of the American population and they basically run the country.

Trump’s election makes more things possible because it lets people envision a path to where we want to go.

The growth of our movement over the past five years has been tremendous but our infrastructure has not kept up. There are no more professional white nationalists today than there were five years ago. Our fundraising has not kept up. We have people accessing our ideas on the internet for free. We need people who can build institutions.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see Amazon.com). My work has been covered in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and on 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (Alexander90210.com).
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