The great replacement destroys community

The Great Replacement Destroys Community

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How replacement migration destroys the spirit of Faustian man, and creates the best worker unit.

Most Europeans oppose mass migration, with surveys indicating that around 70% hold this view1. These surveys typically define locals based on citizenship rather than race or ethnic origin, meaning that 7 out of 10 citizens in said European countries are against non-white replacement migration. Furthermore, it is likely that over 85% of Europeans with heritage roots view replacement migration negatively. Among these groups, migration is a hot topic, covering aspects such as migration patterns, migrant profiles, and consequences of migration, assimilation, integration, economic impacts, “housing availability”, and the causes of migration, including low local birth rates.

Economic leaders argue that population growth is essential for economic growth, suggesting that a population’s primary role is to support GDP growth. Western governments align with these corporate entities, promoting an ever-expanding market that requires a continuous influx of worker-consumers to sustain inflationary monetary policies. Even without inflation, other justifications for creating migration pathways would be found. Notably, much of the replacement immigration legislation from the 1960s was less about economic reasons and more about upholding egalitarian principles deemed necessary in the post-WWII era. This was seen as a way to counteract “the authoritarian personality,” 2a concept discussed by Theodore Adorno, a leading thinker of the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. This school of thought, with its Judeo-Marxist foundations, promoted beliefs and causes that were often not aligned with the interests of European populations and their diasporas, particularly the Faustian giant that was United States Of America.

It takes only a few keystrokes to find podcasts, think tanks, articles, essays, and books discussing the crisis that plagues all of Europe, North America and British Oceania. This issue is so significant that people from all political backgrounds dedicate their time to debating, disseminating, and guarding information on the subject. While the discourse often focuses on a meta-political perspective, what is frequently overlooked is the underlying cause. By this, I don’t refer to the economic explanations commonly cited today or the ideological narratives of the recent past. Rather, I mean the logistical challenge of convincing a homogenous population not only to view the influx of foreign groups as a mundane occurrence but also to accept these newcomers as their moral and social equals.

No American, Frenchman, Quebecois, Australian, Austrian, or Irishman from as recently as 1960 would find the current situation acceptable. In fact, even the numbers from 1991 would be unacceptable to them, which is significant considering that, by today’s standards, conditions in most of these places were remarkably better in 1991. Undoubtedly, this transformation didn’t occur overnight; rather, the frog was slowly boiled. For Canadians, it’s particularly evident that the bulk of these changes transpired over the past 20 years, with a significant acceleration observed since 2015.

Should the native population have a voice, it appears they oppose the current state of affairs. However, they seem reluctant to resist, possibly due to fear of repercussions under strict speech regulations that criminalize dissent. This situation arises after two generations of dominance by academics influenced by the Frankfurt School, who have infiltrated academia, media, entertainment, religious institutions, and notably, the government. Adorno’s “The Authoritarian Personality” elaborates on why traditional values like community, faith, family, and patriotism are deemed irrelevant….or harmful. After enduring two generations of such indoctrination, individuals are left prioritizing self-interest, consumed by a relentless cycle of work and consumption.

A compliant worker-consumer persona, content under a tyrannical regime as long as basic needs are met and distractions abound for their happiness, a phenomenon we call “Bugmen”. This raises a significant concern often overlooked by many on the identitarian right: Deracination and Atomization. Today the isolated Western individual struggles to engage in anything beyond their career. Traditionally, women contributed greatly through volunteerism for community welfare, a role now diminished. Similarly, men once dedicated their leisure to communal activities, nurturing the next generation to sustain civilization’s legacy.

We have become so distant from that lifestyle that many fail to recognize what has been forfeited. While people often lament the isolating impact of the internet, it was truly the television era, particularly during the boomer generation that fractured participation in community volunteer groups and eroded our sense of cohesion, replacing it with manufactured content.

Replacement migration isn’t a new phenomenon, nor has the migrant profile been consistent. Most Europeans initially got a small number of former subjects, North America got people from neighboring nations, and British Oceania got mostly Asians. To make a broad statement about migrant profiles in to the west lets break it down to fragments, African (and the diaspora), Arab, Mestizo/Indio, South Asian (Indian) and Sino-Asian (mostly Chinese). Deracination and atomization of the local population has to work harmoniously with the replacements sent to replenish. Even with enough deracination of whites, there is one thing that never can be achieved. European man will not accept deracination, atomization and tyranny all at once. If the conditions are such that all three have to be tolerated, there will be revolt, as we have seen in 2022 Freedom Convoy Protests in Ottawa.

Africans and Arabs are often associated with higher crime rates and disorder, providing the regime with further pretext for enforcing authoritarian measures. While Arabs may exhibit better economic functionality, they still pose similar challenges. Once a sufficient number of individuals from these demographics were present, the establishment shifted focus to importing groups already predisposed to detachment and selfishness, thus more tolerant of existing tyranny.

This explains the significant influx of immigrants from Mestizo/Indio regions into America and the global trend of migration from India. This new demographic profile comprising Mestizo, Indio, and Indian individuals aligns closely with the preferences of the regime and its stakeholders. Europeans can only be deracinated or atomized, but these people can be deracinated, atomized and turned into bugmen that will live in condo complexes, eat ethnic slop and work to consume. They will remain happy not owning property as long as they have a fancy new vehicle. The goal isn’t to deracinate, it’s to turn people into bugmen, and while some Europeans do mimic bugmen but talk to them and they are tired, poor, huddled masses yearning to breathe free3. Deracination is just a byproduct of the process.

The short term distinct advantage the regime gets by replacing whites with Mestizo/Indio/Indian/Chinese are that bugmen that they make the best worker- consumer balance. They will not speak up when more tyranny is forced upon them as they are wretched refuse of the teeming shore. Back in the motherland they are homeless, but once they arrive at our borders they will lift the lamp beside the golden door (or economic growth).

Truth be told, there really isn’t a long term plan, because all western lands are populated by a mix of several alien races that do not belong to these nations, then these nations cease to exist, which is how globalists corporate syndicalists see nations anyway, a particular market and a zone for economic activity. They don’t want Europeans to go back to their roots, find community, return to simples ways where people put more importance in organically growing the community and not buying “Organic” bean cake burger.

Many people in this sphere are doing great work, advocating for better nutrition and self-improvement, which is fantastic. While you focus on working out and bettering yourself, it’s also important to read the classics and enjoy European classical music, which can help you feel more connected to your roots. Consuming unhealthy food, living an unhealthy lifestyle, reading pessimistic content, and listening to mass produced music can make you feel deracinated. These are things you can change. When you embrace these changes, you feel a stronger connection to your roots. Instead of filling the void of loneliness by “consuming products”, your life will gain meaning and purpose. As this becomes a habit, you will no longer feel disconnected. With a deeper attachment to your surroundings, you’ll seek out and become part of communities, or even create your own by starting a family, thereby overcoming isolation. As more young people experience this transformation, the regime will struggle to maintain its current measures, bringing us one step closer to reclaiming your homelands.

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I really resonate with the last paragraph.If we want to win then we’ll have to adopt an appropriate mindset.Being a keyboard blackpiller intelectual won’t bring the results we want.

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