“The worst form of inequality
is to try to make unequal things equal.”
“Equality is a slogan based on envy.”
—Alexis de Tocqueville
First article.— Western civilisation is under the grip of an anti-white ideology that has been imposed in every white country after the Second World War.
Second article.—The fair race is being exterminated by genocidal levels of immigration: a wholesale European, North American and Australian population replacement for non-whites.
Third article.—Ergo, the twenty-first century will be the darkest hour for the fair race.
Fourth article.—Whites either gain a sense of themselves or they are going extinct.
Fifth article.—Only an ethnostate will save them from extinction.
Sixth article.—If the ethnostate is formed, a constitution may start with the words: We hold these truths to be self-evident: Men are created unequal. All men are unequal—nowhere in the natural world, and Man is part of Nature, is anything equal. Equality does not exist in Nature; only in the abstract world of mathematics and in the minds of delusional humans.
Seventh article.—The rest follows from this…
Daybreak is a painting that Maxfield Parrish made exactly a hundred years ago, in 1922. He referred to it as his ‘great painting’ and has been regarded by some as the most popular art print of the 20th century. It reflects the numinous spirit of this site: ‘May the beauty of the White Aryan Woman not disappear from the Earth!’