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Last night, President Trump signed a $2.3 trillion spending package that combined COVID-19 relief with funding to keep the government running. Earlier that day, President Trump had reposted the speech in which he warned Congress to “increase payments to the people, get rid of the ‘pork.’” He folded hours later. This is a pattern. In March 2018, President Trump signed a spending bill he opposed but vowed, “I’m not going to do it again.” He did it again.

President Trump reportedly won three main concessions on relief. First, the Senate will vote on an increased $2,000 payment to most Americans, instead of the $600 just passed. Second, the Senate will vote on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act of 1996, which lets social media companies act as “platforms” instead of “publishers,” without liability for what is posted. Third, there was a vague promise about investigating voter fraud. I doubt these things will happen.

A plurality of Americans think $600 isn’t enough. Lockdowns, BLM riots, and the pandemic have crippled many small businesses. Amazon has benefitted, but Middle America has not. I think direct payments are the fairest way to repair the damage.

However, the 5,000-page bill the president signed is stuffed with useless handouts. It has billions of dollars in foreign aid. It forgives $1.3 billion in loans to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). This is less than two weeks after MacKenzie Scott, Jeff Bezos’s ex-wife, gave HCBUs a record-breaking gift of $4 billion.

Congress will probably override President Trump’s veto of a defense spending bill, thus ensuring that Confederate names will be stripped from military bases and that funding for foolish wars will continue. Democrats loaded the bill with handouts for their constituencies, but I see no evidence Republicans did the same for their voters.

The government is spending huge amounts of money. It will do so regardless of what President Trump does. It will do so regardless of whether Republicans keep the Senate. Since the money is being spent, I want some of it. I want my people to get some of it. My government is permitting my replacement; I don’t want to pay for it, too.

Of course, this fiscal policy is ruinous. Senator Rand Paul, who I expect will block the $2,000 payments, argues that passing out “free money” is without “any semblance of moral or fiscal integrity.” He’s probably right. In the long term, debt could consume America. I just no longer care.

The most brutal metaphor I’ve heard is that America is a corpse. The Republicans root for the corpse and the Democrats root for the maggots. I no longer care about the long-term fiscal survival of the Potomac Regime because it harms me and those I care about.

MAGA was supposed to be about “America First.” Instead, all that’s left is empty criticism of liberal journalists, showy outrage about leftist excesses, and jingoism against China. I will certainly not say President Trump did more harm than good, and I don’t regret voting for him twice, but he’s leaving. What will MAGA mean after he’s gone?

Is it China that threatens American liberties? In terms of social control, the American system is worse than the Chinese system. It’s certainly more anti-white.

While the Chinese build European-style replica cities, the post-Western world is destroying the real thing. Skilled white workers may find a better economic future in China than in the United States. Unskilled white men may too. Indifference from the Chinese Communist Party may be better than open scorn from “our” government.

In the 20th century, the West largely separated church and state. In the 21st, the white world is separating nation and state. The United States of America would not exist without European-Americans. Whites are the nation. However, the ruling class punishes whites through discriminatory legal policies, economic privileges for non-whites, constant scorn, and replacement via mass immigration. In return, we are supposed to prop up the system. Why?

I don’t like vulgarity, but this cartoon summarizes the current situation.

Although it is hard to calculate precise figures, whites subsidize blacks and Hispanics. The white majority is shrinking. How much longer can whites shoulder this burden? And why should we?

This matters because the post-Trump GOP may try to return to “fiscal conservatism,” instead of economic populism. I’m opposed to massive government spending in principle, but that’s irrelevant today. It’s like arguing who was the true pope during the Western Schism. There might be a correct answer, but who cares?

Fiscal conservatism tries to keep the system running efficiently. However, European-Americans shouldn’t want the system to run efficiently. “American” hegemony doesn’t benefit us. I ask all whites this question: What stake do we have in whether this system survives? I’d argue we are an occupied people, and the vast network of American military bases and huge defense budget do nothing for our security. Our foes are already inside the gates and give orders to the people who are supposed to protect us.

The “mystic chords of memory” hold whites hostage. We don’t want to give up America. Even now, America could be salvaged by ending mass immigration, H1-B visas, affirmative action, and critical race theory in the education system, among other things. However, Republicans won’t do any of this. They didn’t when they had the chance in 2017.

We are still part of this political order. Secession is unlikely because regional elites have no interest in breaking away from the Regime on the Potomac. Regional identifies are far weaker than they were in 1861 or even 1961. There are still things we can do within the existing system, but white advocates should also rethink our preferred economic policies.

I was once a libertarian. Libertarianism can lead to race realism because the reality is that some races end up subsidizing others. Thus, if you have more of the subsidized races, you end up with a more intrusive, “socialist” government. Our instinct is to fight against government intervention. Consciously or unconsciously, Republicans rely on racial resentment when they fight for limited government. Data show that people are less likely to support social programs they think benefit out-groups.

However, our era is far different from the Cold War or even Ronald Reagan’s 1980s. Demographic changes mean Republican victory at the national level may not be possible. Defending the “free market” seems absurd when oligarchs such as Jeff Bezos, George Soros, and Mark Zuckerberg reap the benefits of a supposedly “populist movement.” Many Republican voters, “market skeptical Republicans,” favor tax increases on the very rich. The traditional libertarian message of self-reliance is a bitter pill when private companies can cut you off from social media or basic financial services.

There is still hope. The system is vulnerable. The Left is not a pro-worker party. Instead, the Democrats and Woke Capital work for non-whites. The Republicans should emphasize class politics and universal entitlements. If they won’t, we need a new party or many smaller regional parties.

In the long term, Universal Basic Income may be bad for fiscal health, but that no longer concerns us. More federal spending and debt are inevitable under Democrat hegemony. If America is being looted, let’s fight for our cut. We can then use it to build something better. Policies such as Universal Basic Income would also remove the economic weapon from leftists who hound students and workers from their schools and jobs. UBI would make us all dox-proof.

It is hard for economic conservatives to become “statists.” However, in the libertarian classic Atlas Shrugged, John Galt withdraws support from the system, hastens its collapse, and brings the possibility of renewal. His greatest enemy is not a socialist or a leftist radical, but the capitalist Dagny Taggert, who through her own intelligence and willpower maintains a ruling class that hates her. Fiscal conservatism, or trying to make sure that a hostile system keeps working, does more harm than good. It’s the mistake Taggert makes.

Today, we are nationalists without a nation. We should pursue universal entitlements and basic protections so we can survive economically. We are not conservatives, because we don’t want to conserve the social order. We must fight for a system that will protect our political, racial, cultural and economic interests. These interests cannot be separated.

Our destiny is not to save a hostile system from itself. It’s to build something of our own. This combination of heroic destiny and economic-self interest isn’t contradictory. It’s necessary. It’s something true nationalists have always known. In the words of Giuseppe Mazzini: “Do not beguile yourselves with the hope of emancipation from unjust social conditions if you do not first conquer a Country for yourselves.”

(Republished from American Renaissance by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. Thankfully the GOP blocked the White America Bailout this afternoon. Keep voting for them, boomers!

    • Troll: TTSSYF
  2. If you’re white and young, go make a future for yourself in Asia.

    If you’re white and middle aged, eliminate your debt by any means necessary, embrace radical minimalism, go to a place that is majority white, and contribute as little as possible to US GDP or society.

    If you’re white and over the age of 65, I hope LaQuintavious treats you well in the nursing home. Hope cheap labor, ethnic restaurants, and endless China made Salad Shooter™ bullshit was worth it.

    • Troll: Chris Mallory
  3. Franz says:

    I am surprised and delighted not only that this fine essay grasps the essentials of our current predicament, but that Gregory Hood is also one of the few people who undertands the main point of Atlas Shrugged.

    Great job, sir.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  4. Charles says:

    The metaphor that the USA is “a corpse”, and Repubs favor the corpse and Dems favor the maggots is absolutely the most honest statement that can be made. I loved the real United States and mourn for it, but it no longer exists. Nothing short of literal civil war can reconstitute it.

    • Replies: @Polistra
  5. For decades there have been those conservatives particularly those in the middle clamoring for “government run like a business by businessmen.” Well, you’ve got it. Government is owned and run by business for business. Are you happy now?

    • Replies: @Boomthorkell
  6. Conservatives get all nutty for more and more welfare payments when they’re hurtin’.

    Shoprize Shoprize Shoprize.

  7. What a dumb shit this author is.

    So what if whites “subsidize” blacks and Hispanics. It’s Chicken feed. Peanuts.

    White taxpayers subsidize the military. Now that’s something worth complaining about.

    A trillion here a trillion there, soon you’re talking real money.

    Blacks and Hispanics ain’t getting no trillion dollars, nosirree. But they are much easier to blame than some vague military-industrial-congressional-media entity.

    • Troll: Polistra
  8. @Anita Patel

    Some businesses for some businesses, more like.

    • Agree: TTSSYF
  9. Polistra says:
    @Charles

    From the article:

    MAGA was supposed to be about “America First.” Instead, all that’s left is empty criticism of liberal journalists, showy outrage about leftist excesses, and jingoism against China. I will certainly not say President Trump did more harm than good, and I don’t regret voting for him twice, but he’s leaving. What will MAGA mean after he’s gone?

    MAGA’s gone too. Gone with the wind, you might say. Now we have MAWA and the Dems & Reps are right on it. Make America Worse Again! It’s what we deserve.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  10. Stimulus is progressive tax, it has a means test (very low). Plus you get paid for each child.
    The rebate amount starts phasing out at $75,000 for a single filer and $150,000 for joint filers.

    Unemployed Somali resettled refugee single mother with 8 kids: $$$!!! (in addition to what they already get)
    Mexican illegal immigrant: $$$
    Antifa living in homeless camp in CHUD: $$$
    Middle class White and make +75,000?: $0 LOL. You get nothing! You Lose! Good Day Sir!

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  11. This article makes some choices that are short term reasonable but long term suicidal. It’s like a bunch of people trapped in a cave and the logic is to breathe as much as possible while you still can before the oxygen runs out. There’s no future in it.

    The US has been going down hill for decades and the entire political system has been trying to benefit from the slide as opposed to trying to reverse it. At some point, it is reasonable to just say fuck it and grab for as much as you can, but where does that leave you when there’s nothing left to grab?

    No organization, political party, government, etc is going to supply you with the necessities of life after the US dollar crashes. Till then, the partying continues at an ever lowering level, but at some pointy the party shuts down. Then what?

    Get prepared for no heat in winter, food shortages, jobs disappearing, etc for months or years. That’s the US’s future.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Thanks: Mark G.
  12. We should consider that in this debacle over the $2000 cheque, the USA Republican party is being ordered to commit hara-kiri by the political donors

    Those donors are far more united than US voters, there really is a ‘uniparty’, the 430-5 votes in Congress for Israel etc … Biden’s top 10 donors are essentially Jewish, and at various places they rub shoulders with the top Republican donors who are also significantly Jewish … they and the more hidden top oligarchs above them, maybe have decided it is time to let the Republicans collapse, by inducing them to be even more disgusting to the public than the Democrats

    US donors and oligarchs maybe decided it is time to have Dems take the Senate and be unimpeded in full new techno-feudalist tyranny … the better to impose endless lockdowns, full censorship, ‘climate change’ fanaticism, a packed court rubber-stamping the New Order, gun seizures, total SJW Woke Bolshevism, and gulags for the dissidents

    There is a fabulous idea / larp that 6 January Mike Pence will be able to reject some of the Biden delegate slates due to proven vote fraud, and force the Presidential vote into the House, which would vote in blocs by state as per the US Constitution for contested presidential elections – which gives Trump the win as most states are Republican

    It is too much to really expect this to happen, but it’s a nice story till the coming Wednesday

    • Agree: Franz
  13. BADmejr says:

    I agree with this article 100%. There was a time when I wanted to preserve the nation my ancestors built, the USA, and reckless spending will not do that. However, like the author here, I have slowly and painfully realized my nation (people) is being ruled over by a hostile minority that intends to destroy us. The land mass and economic unit that is today the USA is NOT my nation anymore, although it is still largely inhabited by my people. All of its institutions, public and private, that were once set up to guard the interests of my nation have been corrupted, taken over by a hostile minority elite. If they are going to create money out of thin air, and they are and will, then my people should get what they can while they still can. We should not be propping up a regime hell bent on destroying us, so as it falls, lets collect what resources we can before it crashes to the bottom.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  14. @Supply and Demand

    All young, educated White Americans should follow your lead and become ESL teachers in China. There’s nothing left for them in America.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  15. @obwandiyag

    You’re right about Whites subsidizing the military, but that doesn’t change the fact that no one wants to be around niggers.

  16. @RoatanBill

    Get prepared for no heat in winter, food shortages, jobs disappearing, etc for months or years. That’s the US’s future.

    As brutal as that scenario would be, in the end you’d be left with an America with far fewer people and the ones who’d survive would be the sort of tough, rugged individualists that America was built by. All the grifters, useless eaters and professional activists would be long gone.

    Is that really so terrible?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  17. @Johnny Smoggins

    Your sentiment isn’t all that realistic; it’s more of a wish.

    When the heat disappears, even the tough individualists freeze to death. When food becomes scarce, regardless of cost, violence ensues as a self preservation response.

    A huge portion of the population hasn’t got two nickles to rub together. Those folks are going to become dangerous to anyone that has more than they do. The police and gov’t will seek out those that have and take from them to give to those that have not. That’s what gov’s do.

    There are already laws on the books to allow the Fed Gov to commandeer any and all resources nation wide as they see fit during a declared emergency. Your property is up for grabs, all of it. At the first sign of strife, the guns will get collected as a preemptive move – bet on it. Without weaponry, all your individualism and ruggedness goes out the window.

    The gov’t wants everyone in the same boat – defenseless and at their mercy. Deep down, you know that.

  18. @Polistra

    How can we make America worse again when it never got better in the first place?

    • Replies: @Polistra
  19. Corvinus says:
    @BADmejr

    “There was a time when I wanted to preserve the nation my ancestors built, the USA…”

    Just to be clear, who EXACTLY were these ancestors of yours? That is, are you able to directly link WASP ancestry on both sides of your family?

    “I have slowly and painfully realized my nation (people) is being ruled over by a hostile minority that intends to destroy us.”

    It’s OUR nation, friend.

    “All of its institutions, public and private, that were once set up to guard the interests of my nation have been corrupted, taken over by a hostile minority elite.”

    Must all white people agree with you, or do they have agency to decided for themselves if there was this “hostile takeover”.

    “We should not be propping up a regime hell bent on destroying us, so as it falls, lets collect what resources we can before it crashes to the bottom.”

    Would not this crash decidedly injure “your people” along the way?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  20. Polistra says:
    @follyofwar

    Good point. Good, sad point.

  21. @Corvinus

    It’s OUR nation, friend.

    Whose is “our”, Kemosabe?

    Must all white people agree with you, or do they have agency to decided for themselves if there was this “hostile takeover”.

    That would depend on which side of the hostile takeover they’re on. Those who’d profit would of course support it.

    • Agree: Polistra
    • Replies: @Corvinus
  22. The United States of America would not exist without European-Americans.

    You mean Anglo-Americans. The Europeans didn’t come until later. They just laid the bricks.

    Although it is hard to calculate precise figures, whites subsidize blacks and Hispanics. The white majority is shrinking. How much longer can whites shoulder this burden?

    Whites have been subsidizing blacks for 400 years. When have they ever paid their own way? That didn’t stop us from building a continent-wide empire.

    Today, we are nationalists without a nation. We should pursue universal entitlements…

    That’s what Southerners thought a century ago, when they were first in line to ratify the Sixteenth Amendment, and later the New Deal. That backfired on them big-time.

  23. @RoatanBill

    I grew up without heat, for the most party, we used electric blankets after i was about 11, and no air until i was 17.
    My mothers people magically lived in What can only be described as a corn crib since that was what it was used for when i was a boy.
    Seems like roatan is making you soft, Bill, while the rest of us await your certain predictive end.
    You not make it guy.
    My advice: take shallow breaths. Small gulps. Start practicing.
    I hear Honduran islanders may not buy as much bread next year. Go short on bread.
    Also, a one eyed man on a blind island might be king but the locals could get wise and bring in a 2 eyed man.
    Then what?
    You should gouge your other eye now and blend in. You should be safe then.

  24. Corvinus says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    “Whose is “our”, Kemosabe?”

    You, me, the other posters on this fine webzine, the contributors.

    “That would depend on which side of the hostile takeover they’re on. Those who’d profit would of course support it.”

    Again, assuming there IS this hostile takeover and there are opposing sides.

    “You mean Anglo-Americans. The Europeans didn’t come until later. They just laid the bricks.”

    No, Europeans. The British, the French, the Spanish, the Dutch, the Swedes, the Germans…they all helped to settle our nation, aka the Thirteen Colonies.

  25. Neuday says:
    @RoatanBill

    Get prepared for no heat in winter, food shortages, jobs disappearing, etc for months or years. That’s the US’s future.

    Achievement Unlocked: EQUALITY

  26. Neuday says:

    Hard times creating selfish, or at least self-aware, White Americans is a good thing, ultimately. We just need to remember who brought this all about, and how “Greatest Ally” is a euphemism for “Parasite” and there is no such thing as “Judeo-Christian”. America may be a corpse, but it wasn’t a suicide. “America didn’t kill itself” could be a meme.

  27. @Hippopotamusdrome

    Let’s not forget that the vast majority did not suffer financially from the lockdowns. That includes those on social security and pensions, government workers, and those working from home (just to name 3 groups). Even without additional UBI, which Trump wants to raise to $2,000, they have more disposable income than ever, as, without restaurants, travel, and such, they have no place to spend it.

    I wish that Trump had vetoed this monstrous Covid stimulus, with billions that we don’t have sent overseas for god knows what, by giving the finger to the bought-and-paid-for chickenshits in Congress, who only serve the interests of the all-powerful Globalists who run them. I hate to see Trump leaving office with evil people like Pelosi and Schumer, who tried their best for 4 years to personally destroy him, suddenly on his side.

  28. @RoatanBill

    I can’t count the number of times I’ve tried to warn fellow “European Americans” about this upcoming reality. From 18, twentysometings, 30’s, 40s, 50″s, and over, to a person they laugh, tell me that I’m a conspiracy theorist, crazy, or the all time worn out favorite, that I’m a racist. Then they go buy cigarettes, a pizza, go home and flip on sports, cable TV, video games, porn, etc. etc. and tune out everything. I’m starting to not care any longer. I only have about 5-10 White friends who “get it”- and are fighting the system in small ways and preparing for what’s coming. The rest I guess will starve, be assaulted, robbed, or worse, all the while complaining about “muh television” they no longer have, or no more sports while their stomach growls. A lot of them have NEVER had to do without or wonder where their next meal might be. It’s hard not to feel contempt for them. Everybody needs to watch the last 10 minutes of the movie “3 days of the Condor”. Way ahead of it’s time. Happy New Year my fellow Nationalists!!

  29. @obwandiyag

    They’re about 40% of the military, so they are indeed feeding off the welfare corpse that is the US military. The 100,000,000 in the private sector just reap the rewards of trillions in free or greatly reduced and subsidized K-12 and college education, healthcare, housing, $16,000 max EITC/ACTC checks, free food, subsidized utilities, etc., etc., ad nauseam.

    • Agree: Mark G.
  30. @follyofwar

    Good points. I would note only that we have traveled more, not less, because both my job and our children‘s schooling went all-online. We are more in touch than ever with those of our friends and relatives who are not unduly frightened by this badly exaggerated virus. The other? Keep cowering. We will see them whenever they educate themselves and grow up.

    We have not spent any less on restaurants, either, and we live in one of the most hysterical and restricted places in the country, Los Angeles — there is takeout and delivery, intermittent periods where limited indoor dining is quote allowed, and other periods where outdoor dining is allowed. There are also a few sensible brave restaurant owners of our acquaintance who let known regulars dine in, discretely in back, without regard to the dictators‘ stay-home „orders.“

  31. @follyofwar

    We could have readily afforded just the relief checks issued to us citizens, both in the april 2020 bill and the december 2020 bill, without the other garbage thrown in.

    Relief checks should not be paid to:
    1. non-citizens
    2. people serving a prison sentence
    3. people who have failed to file federal income tax returns or pay all tax due for any of the past five years — this last exclusion would prevent some of the dead-weight underclass from getting our money

    It would also be simple to limit the number of children for whom one can receive relief money. Were you aware that the march 2020 bill already imposed a limit of three children?

    Moreover, it is not typically the hostile somali or other african or muslim immigrant who is having four or more children in the usa- not yet, thank God, though there are too many (i.e. more than one).

    Most of the people receiving relief checks for a fourth or fifth child are, in likely order of magnitude:
    1. Mormons
    2. The Amish
    3. Other „socially conservative“ / traditional Christians — more evangelical than old mainline
    4. The smallest of the demographics having 4-plus kids in the usa, Orthodox Jews and recent-immigrant Muslims from certain countries

    Lastly, we should have funded the relief checks by making large, long overdue cuts in military spending and domestic spending alike. Closing most of our foreign military bases would save easily more than $100 billion every year, even accounting for the cost of bringing the troops home and expanding bases here if needed (total cost of those bases was over $175 billion several years ago). Funny how neither dems nor repubs even proposed cuts to existing profligacy to help fund the relief checks without yet more destructive borrowing and the inevitable inflation that is coming (or already starting to arrive).

    Slash the military industrial complex, eliminate federal welfare programs geared only to the poor, and instead provide a basic income to all non-incarcerated US Citizens. Simpler, cheaper and easier to administer with a fraction of the current fed welfare-state bureaucracy, and yes, MUCH better for white americans and all productive hardworking americans than the current system. But the basic income must be paid for with spending cuts elsewhere and much higher tax on the plutocrats (household income more than a million dollars per year, not even the top one half of one percent).

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
  32. @RadicalCenter

    Correction: in the list of demographic groups that would receive relief checks for 4-plus children, mormons and amosh shouod be 2-3, not 1-2. Point remains the same.

  33. Exile says:

    White Strike is “Going Galt” without the libertarian race-blinders. The critical people upholding the sick American system that preys on our people are White. Unplug them and the system will collapse.

    I’m pleased that Greg continues to inform and lead his viewership in a practical pro-White direction rather than getting lost in the weeds of past loyalties and ideological irrelevancies.

    Whites can survive and regain practical de facto sovereignty over their daily lives but it’s going to take a Fifth Political Theory approach based first on culture and social networks that uses the existing political system solely for advantage and largely at a local level.

    Playing MAGA-style national politics has been proven a dead-end. But the Amish are surviving and thriving with massive population growth in their community and 85% retention of their children in their lifestyle, all with a lifestyle much more radical than what pro-Whites are asking of White Americans.

    It comes down to sorting for those who have a commitment to our people that runs deeper than simply voting GOP every other year and posting about “libruls” on social media.

    • Agree: Franz
  34. Franz says:

    I did not gloat when hearing Jeff Sessions had his home vandalized on the news. The vandals were triggered by his stand on Keeping Americans Broke. They should be punished if apprehended.

    But I don’t mind pointing out that it’s about the only way ordinary Americans have left to get a message to the millionaire’s club that there’s a depression in the works. Time for the club to wake up.

    And why did Jeff not object to the half-billion in aid going to Israel, which is flush with American cash already? Was he really concerned about the cash — or who is getting it?

    Vandals are wrong, but like John Dillinger, they also have a point.

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