Given current demographic trends, European people will first become an outright minority in their own lands within the next thirty years. Thereafter, they will become a tiny minority, and shortly after that, will vanish completely under a flood of further immigration and miscegenation.
“Traditional” political activity has failed to stem the tide, and the time has come to consider an alternative strategy which will preserve Europeans in the post-Western age. This book describes the steps required to attain a practical solution, namely a European ethnostate, divorced from “white supremacy” over others.
Drawing upon history and two practical examples (the Afrikaner town of Orania and the Zionist state of Israel), the author forms an coherent argument for the creation of, at first, local European communities, and then eventually, the creation of a European ethnostate arising from the chaos of a Third Worldized globe. It includes detailed steps and territorial proposals.
It is a positive, practical, answer to the crisis facing European man and which, if implemented, might provide his only salvation.
Why is it that only the European people are under threat in this way?
What is different about the other peoples of the earth, that they are not under threat of extinction in this manner?
The answer is simple, and obvious: it is because all the other people of the earth have homelands, or heartlands, where they can maintain their racial integrity and identity, no matter what else happens elsewhere in the world.
No matter how much the miscegenation process continues elsewhere, China will always be Chinese.
Japan will always be Japanese.
Africa will always be African.
Why therefore, is there no European heartland, in which European people are a majority, and in which they have the inalienable right to maintain their racial identity and integrity?
European people need a heartland, a homeland, just like any other people on earth.
Chapter One: The Premise
Race Is Reality—The Myth of “European Colonial Debt”—The Legal Right to Self Determination—The Moral Right to Self-Determination—Self Determination for Europeans Is the Opposite of White Supremacism—Case Study: Indian Self-Determination and That Nation’s Racially-Based Immigration Laws—Ethnostates Are a Universal Right—The Continued Existence of a Culture Is Dependent upon the Continued Existence of Its Founding People—Case Study: The Racial Demographic Displacement of the American Indians
Chapter Two: The Historical Background and the Current Reality
Non-Europeans the First Colonizers of Europe—Renaissance Sparks Age of Exploration—Decolonization and Recolonization of Europe—Third World Immigration—Facts and Figures—Russia’s Demographics in 2010—Eastern European Demographics—Ukraine, Belarus, and Moldavia
Chapter 3: Can Europeans Survive?
The Democratic Participation Route—Can Democratic Participation succeed?—Demographic Displacement in European Heartlands—Strict Control of the U.S. Democratic Process by Powerful Lobbies and Interest Groups—Is it Worthwhile Pursuing Democratic Participation? Yes!—Need to Consider all Options—The Three Alternatives which Must be Considered—Realism and Presumptions—Sixty Years of Failure—Whites Have Lost Political Power in the U.S.—Not All Whites Can, Or Should Be, Saved—The Psychological Rubicon Which Must be Crossed
Chapter Four: Moral, Legal, and Historical Justification for a European Homeland
The Right of All Racial Groups to a Homeland—The Tibetan Peoples’ Right to a Racial Homeland—The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII)—UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples—World Bank Definition of Indigenous Peoples—The Definition of an Indigenous People—A European Homeland Is Morally, Legally, and Historically Justified—The Historical Process is No Justification for Present Day Dispossession—Is Western Europe not already a European homeland?
Chapter 5: Case Study 1—Orania
Orania Founded in 1991—Majority Occupation Critical—Orania’s Steady Growth—Sunday Times Reviews Orania’s Development—Moving Toward Creating a State—The Lessons from Orania
Chapter 6: Case Study 2—Zionism and the State of Israel
The Originator of the Zionist Ideal: Herzl’s Der Judenstaat—Rationale for the Demand for a Jewish State—Herzl Outlined How Emigration Should Take Place—How Anti-Semitism Serves as a “Push Factor”—Argentina or Palestine?—Jewish Company to Drive the Colonization Plan—Herzl’s Achievements—First Zionist Congress—Later Zionist Congresses—Balfour Declaration—The Palestine Zionist Executive—Zionists Launch Terrorist Campaign to Drive British and Palestinians Out—United Nations Partitions Palestine and Creates Israel—Israel’s Racially-Based Immigration Law—The Lessons from Israel
Chapter 7: The Plan and Its Implementation
Europeans Never So Close to Extermination as Now—Mindless Masses Cannot be Saved—Nature’s Amoral Code of Conduct—The Coming Population Bottleneck—The Practical Implications: Only a Minority Can be Saved—A Planned and Structured Approach—Colonization Company—Local Authorities First—Realism Extends to Long-Term Prospects and Defense—Propaganda and Presentation—Further Developments
Chapter 8: The Territory
Previous Case Studies—The Preconditions for a Successful Target Area—Problems and Answers—Option One: Selecting Small Regions in Existing States—Option Two: A Direct Approach to Demographically Suitable and Receptive Nation States—Final Decision on Territory Open-Ended and to be Decided by the “Europeanists”
Chapter 9: Conclusion
The Naysayers—What is the Alternative?—The Form of the State—Summary—A Noble Goal.