There is No White Nation Without White Communities
By Karl Nerger
In 2007, I was captivated by Congressman Ron Paul’s campaign for Presidency. His foreign policy made the most sense of that of anyone whom I had ever heard of running for President. His economic ideas of libertarianism seemed to be the right medicine for the liberal pro-government intervention in domestic matters, as well. But, I had a major problem with Dr. Paul’s ideas about immigration. His idea of simply eliminating welfare programs to solve our illegal immigration problem seemed incomplete. In fact, two years before I had heard Jared Taylor debate Tim Wise, which shaped my view that the key problem of immigration stemmed more from multiculturalism than it did from individuals actually breaking the law. By 2011, I was openly discussing the ideas of multiculturalism with libertarians who seemed just as indoctrinated with the libertarian open-borders mindset as any liberal was with the need for welfare programs. That was “racism” and “dividing people by race was the government’s main agenda,” so they would tell me. I was finally told by one lady that “if I think that a exclusively white community was such a good thing, then no one was stopping me from doing that.” Now, evidently she has never heard of such things as “fair housing” laws, but nevertheless her challenge did strike a chord with me. And an all-white community is not against the law, even if done so intentionally. The only thing that is against the law is discriminating in sales of your property when you decide to do so. The challenge came around 2013 and it was shortly after that that I decided that my mission in life would be doing what I could to create an all white community in Arkansas.
I know that there are some people who will read this article who have experienced the same epiphany decades before I did, and this article is not intended to be any sort of claim of a novel idea. I realize that I am a Johnny-come-lately and I am humbled by the work of William Pierce, Jared Taylor, Billy Roper, Joe Sobran, and others whom I’ve never heard about but who have made actual sacrifices for the ideas of white nationalism. This essay is simply my ideas with regard to moving from ideas to implementation. I watched a video of Matt Tait, formerly of the British National Party, give a speech at the American Renaissance conference two years ago where he made the statement, “We don’t want to say that we are going to have the best schools [when we are in control], we will have the best schools.” In other words, let’s create the best schools now and not wait for others to implement our ideas. And in order to create our own institutions, we will need to be able to work together with frequent face-to-face meetings and planning. We will need a “safe space” (dare I use that term) to defend from others who don’t agree with our views.
I don’t think that we who have taken the proverbial Red Pill should wait for some societal epiphany in mass so that our ideas will be implemented as some people think. In studying history and politics, one learns that broad changes rarely come about by a simple changing of a majority of people’s opinions- they come about by a “tireless minority” as Samuel Adams put it. The liberal anthropologist Margaret Mead made statements about minorities of people being the only groups that ever really effect changes. In politics, it is common practice to focus a campaign on those who vote already rather than trying to convince people why they should vote now for this or that candidate. So that is where my focus takes me- to those who are already Red Pilled but who aren’t sure about what to do from here, forward.
The problem as I see it with forming an intentionally white community is primarily selecting a location where people who have varying jobs and job skills and already live in various places within the state to agree to move to a location that is both sufficiently remote yet allows for some conveniences. The location would need to be remote so as to be able to buy large tracts of land at a reasonable price in order to grow our own food and oil producing crops. Oil producing crops such as soy beans, rapeseed, and other climate friendly crops would allow for mass production of oils with which to provide energy for diesel powered generators. A remote location would also be helpful in avoiding unwanted media attention and allow for land growth with new members. Most recently, Craig Cobb in Leith, ND formed a community but his penchant for media attention worked against him and the community might as well not exist at this point.
Other problems in forming an all white community are how would such a community be formed, how would the community be governed, and what would the sanctions be for those attempting to sabotage the community. People who participated would have invested a lot in time, effort, and financial resources, and it would be very disappointing to have one or two disgruntled former members expose the group to media attention and potential government sanctions. If you would like to see what can happen to people trying to form all white communities, simply do a web search for Silver Beach Gardens or Edgewater Park of the Bronx, New York City. I suspect that this is where previous efforts to do what I am proposing have failed.
My proposal for the problem is for members to sign commitment documents to become voluntary members of the community, but to exclude any explicit written documentation that the community is based on racial segregation. Contained within such a document would be the expressed written consent that, in order to be a member of the community, you will not rent or sell your property to anyone who is not a member of the “homeowners association” without majority vote of the association, and the expressed written consent from the group subsequently. Through such an agreement, no mention of the race or any other identifiers would be necessary. In fact, there might be some whites that members would prefer to avoid such as sex offenders or career criminals.
Such an arrangement would make selling the property difficult. Members wanting to rent or sell their property could not involve public advertisement, which expressly forbids discrimination of any kind. Therefore, members would have to understand that their property could not disposed of without a thorough exit strategy involving word-of-mouth advertising.
But, the advantage would be some sense of recourse for members who must deal with a disgruntled member who has turned malicious. If any attempt is made to sell the property without community consent, the community could sue to enforce the contract and nullify any sales or rental agreements, or seize the proceeds of the unlawful sale. The membership contract could specify a clause that enforces a mandatory sale to a community corporation that the community could then resell at their convenience, if a member became insolvent or otherwise wanted to leave untimely. The major flaw is I see it in other attempts to manage all white communities has been twofold: 1) members did not own their own property but rather belong to a collective that owned the property, and 2) without having private property as a basis, the communities experienced problems such as marketing the organizational nature to others, and having no means of proving that the community was not engaging in ethnic discrimination. The Edgewater/Silver Beach Gardens case involved public advertisement and a community-property cooperative structure.
There could also be a clause that restricts public disclosure of the community although this would be much more difficult to define and enforce. However, with a covenant that restricts behavior on the front end, community members might be able to minimize disruption of the community. What are your thoughts? If you can identify flaws to the plan, support your assertion with legal precedent not speculation. Please comment with constructive criticism.
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