A Statement of Principles

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    This comes from The Occidental Quarterly, a newer publication dedicated to cultural foundations of the West:

    Since the fall of the Soviet Union major fissures have appeared in what is usually called “American conservatism.” Chief among these is the conflict between “paleoconservatism” and “neoconservatism.” Now a new, third school is emerging from the former. The Occidental Quarterly is an expression of that school and its exponents. To a greater or lesser degree, this constellation of ideas adheres to at least the following commitments:

    1. The West is a cultural compound of our Classical, Christian, and Germanic past.

    2. Race informs culture; it is the necessary precondition for cultural identity and integrity. In 1950 whites represented 30 percent of the world's population. If current trends persist, this number will plummet to 8 percent by 2050. In the United States, whites are projected to become a minority of the national population in less than fifty years. The result will impoverish not only their descendants but the world in general and will jeopardize the civilization and free governments that whites have created.

    3. America is part of the West, and as both a political and cultural order, is not “based on a creed” or “derived from a proposition.” America is neither a “universal nation” nor an "experiment" concocted by ideologues. America is the unique and irreplaceable product of centuries of specific racial, historical, and cultural identities. America and its cultural and political identity will endure only so long as the identities that created it and sustain it endure, and when they die, America will die. We do not wish this to happen and will work to ensure it does not.

    4. The European identity of the United States and its people should be maintained. Immigration into the United States should be restricted to selected people of European ancestry.

    5. The perfectibility, let alone the equality, of man is not possible and is not a legitimate political aspiration. Political efforts to achieve or enforce perfectibility and equality invariably demand an unacceptable degree of coercion and result in unnecessary and unjust pain, suffering, and social disorder.

    6. The political and personal freedoms of the American order—including our rights of free expression and association—are in jeopardy from ethnic and ideological enemies and must be preserved.

    7. Federal decentralization and territorial separation should be recognized as legitimate and humane means of preventing and resolving divisive social, ethnic, and racial conflicts.

    8. The quality of life rather than constant and perpetual increases in the material standard of living should be the emphasis of social and economic policy and public concern.

    9. Imperial expansion, military crusades, and similar adventures to promote “global democracy” and “human rights” should be rejected.

    10. The intervention of foreign states (Israel and Mexico, as well as others) in the internal politics and decision-making of the American people must be rejected.

    http://theoccidentalquarterly.com
     
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    If the rest of the world reverts to tyranny and despotism, they will eventually come for us.

    This is the part of your posted creed that is most wrong.
     
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    THis isn't ALWAYS the case. However, that being said, most people ARE in denial about the extent to which race and racial retribution are a factor in many issues where it's involvement is flat out denied by status quo groupthink.
     

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