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Freedom, Defamation and Affirmative Action

By Anonymous - Posted on 14 November 2009


"Posterity, you will never know how much it cost the present generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it. If you do not, I shall repent in heaven that ever I took half the pains to preserve it." John Adams

All across the Western world we see threats to our traditional, hard-won freedoms—especially freedom of speech. Whether on college campuses with political correctness or thanks to the vast spying efforts of the US government, our freedoms are being undermined. We call for a return to the vision of the Founding Fathers: a vision that values the rights of people to dissent. We also value the original Bill of Rights, including man’s inalienable rights to keep and bear arms and to be secure in his home and possessions.

Our Founders on Freedom

"Government is not reason; it is not eloquence. It is force. And force, like fire, is a dangerous servant and a fearful master." George Washington

"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783

"We must all hang together, or, assuredly, we shall all hang separately." Benjamin Franklin at the signing of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776

"A wise and frugal government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government, and this is necessary to close the circle of our felicity." Thomas Jefferson, First Inaugural Address.

"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!" Patrick Henry


Thirty-six years ago, well-known Wilmot Robertson in his 1972 book,
"The Dispossessed Majority," commented on the need for a watchdog
organization to criticize slurs and smears against European Americans:
"There are aggressively censorious minority organizations, principal
among them the B’nai B’rith’s Anti-Defamation League, which monitor the
printed and the spoken word for the most subtle anti-minority
allusions. Should any be found, the owner or editor of the offending
media and, if necessary, the writer, advertisers and stockholders are
so advised and admonished. The majority, to its great loss, has no
similar watchdog organizations."
Every other demographic-based organization in America has
established such an organization to protect its children and
grandchildren from unwanted and derogatory names and labels. Only
European Americans have failed to speak out against such hate speech.
In the sixties and seventies, a flier circulated by left-wing
racialists listed ten ways to determine supremacy. (In those days, of
course, it was directed toward minority groups to liberate them from
"white oppression.")
The first key to recognizing supremacy was to determine who named and
labeled you. Nowadays, it is the diverse European Americans who are
named, and named differently, by other groups. For example, some
African Americans call us "honky," some Asian Americans call us
"round-eyes," and some Jewish Americans call us "goyim."
The second key to recognizing supremacy claims was to determine
whether we have internalized the names others imposed on us. And, of
course, there are many that we carelessly and thoughtlessly use to
describe ourselves, e.g., gentile, gringo, shiksa, and haole.
It behooves us to reject all names imposed on us, to combat slurs
("dumb blonde"), hate caricatures ("All In The Family"), and negative
stereotypes ("typical white person"), and to fight all labels that
smother our nationality (American), that smother our diversity (various
European countries), and that validate supremacy claims by groups
outside our diverse European American family.
A European American anti-defamation program would demand that we have the sole right to name, label, define, and describe ourselves,
and the ultimate goal of such an anti-defamation organization would be
to allow our children and grandchildren to have a decent sense of
self-respect. It is a goal of this organization to bring such a
sensibility to our members and readers, and to support all movements
and efforts that defend European Americans from slanders, canards, and
imposed labels.

Affirmative Action

Affirmative Action programs are, at their best, failed efforts of
Marxist utopianism that perpetuate the very problems they were created
to solve.

At their worst, they represent a deliberate effort to subject
European-Americans generally, and European-American men particularly,
to discrimination in education, employment, economics and more.

It is our objective to give European-Americans a fair and level playing
field; and to that extent we seek the abolition of Affirmative Action
and similar programs wherever they may be found in this country.