June 25, 2012
Carolyn Yeager asks whether Whites are doing what is best for Whites, or are they more concerned with avoiding criticism and “getting along.” This goes for “Truth” organizations like CODOH (Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust) as well as “world affairs-historical study” organizations like the IHR (Institute for Historical Review) professes to be. It also goes for White Advocacy groups in the form of Internet radio networks, online magazines, publishers and influential blogs that so many racially-conscious Whites follow and trust.
Carolyn makes the point that “politics” and “personal success” are two concerns that people have that get in the way of their sticking with the truth. The tendency to water down the real truth so as not to offend this or that group, or lose market share or lose standing in some way is very real, unfortunately. We need to quit following “leaders” who can’t stand up to pressure and don’t have the right balance between firmness, forcefulness and flexibility.