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That fact of how amnesty has been stopped (on the occasions when it was in fact stopped) has always impressed me greatly. Politicians want most of all to be reelected. That ordinarily depends on their responding to tugs on their puppet strings from the wealthy and powerful whose money and power usually weigh the heaviest in deciding elections. But if a large enough portion of the electorate mobilize, politicians perceive the popular will to be more likely to decide the next election than the money and power of the elite.
So it’s silly to not work to change the orientation of the white population at large.
Yes, the use of particular words has played a huge role historically, and is a key part of fighting White Genocide:
We started making that point to other pro-whites some years ago:
Ann Coulter is a pleasure to watch!
We have to point out, as always, that there’s no eventual difference between flooding white countries with illegal non-white immigrants or with legal ones. Ann Coulter understands that:
11-4-19: In the rest of the interview, Ann Coulter makes a strong case that Trump has had the power, if he’d cared to exercise it, to have a moratorium placed on all immigration into the United States. But, she says, for reasons we can’t be certain of, he instead surrounded himself with people who were opposed to the immigration position he ran on, and he made no effort to turn his campaign position on immigration into policy.
National electoral politics deserves pro-whites’ attention since it plays an important in carrying out the anti-white establishment’s program of White Genocide. But hoping that actual leadership in fighting White Genocide will arise out of national politics without our deprogramming our white populations seems unrealistic to me.