A compilation of pro-white comments from our poster White GeNOcide:
“White nationalist” gets you nothing you can use, while “pro-white” gets you these to use:
“Pro-whites oppose White Genocide, anti-whites support White Genocide.”
“Are you a pro-white who opposes White Genocide, or an anti-white who supports White Genocide?”
“I’m neither pro-white nor anti-white, dude!”
“So you’re on the fence about White Genocide?”
When confronted with the term “white nationalism,” an ordinary white’s reaction can just be that he’s not interested in that, whatever it is.
But the term “pro-white” is a charged term that provokes confrontation with it, and it can be used to point out the division between we who oppose White Genocide and those who support White Genocide:
“Pro-whites oppose White Genocide, anti-whites support White Genocide”
“Nationalism” is not a synonym for survival, but instead suggests a struggle for restoring dominance.
“White nationalist” trivializes White Genocide – it says “We oppose White Genocide of course, but nationalism is our first concern“ – pretty darn silly!
Brilliant observation by a BUGSer:
To me White Nationalist is a person whose only plan for survival involves having a country for White people.
Pro-White is a person who wants to survive by any means necessary.
“Our greatest ally” survived thousands of years without a country, surviving by any means necessary.