Tuesday, February 09, 2010
Kevin MacDonald: No Historical Inevitability
Prof. Kevin MacDonald was interviewed in an online radio show called Radio Free Mississippi. In the hour-or-so interview that aired last month, (see link), MacDonald explained that Whites will become a minority in America in thirty years, and predicted a future that was "very dangerous for whites," where they'd be "at the mercy of other people" with "historical grudges" against whites. As that future nears, Whites will feel increasingly in danger and seek protection among their own. In short, they will become White Nationalists. That is a historical inevitability, according to MacDonald.
I think it will not happen. It did not happen in Brasil, not in Saudi Arabia, not in Jamaica not in Costa Rica nor other places where the Whites imported cheap labor and became a minority. The people is imported to fill the lower strata of society and they are never allowed to challenge average whites. On the contrary, the creation of an underclass lifts the relative position of the poorer whites to the middle class, and certainly makes their lives much more comfortable. As I see the future of America, different ethnic groups will negotiate a kind of peaceful co-existence, and Africans will be where they had always been and the Mexicans will dissolve into the great mass of mixed-blood proletarians which already exists. Spanish will be forgotten, they will convert to Protestantism and their children will be called Scott and Taylor.