“Loyalty to an ethny [ethnic group] is the genetic equivalent of family loyalty. Therefore, if immigration replaces parts of a native ethny with aliens, for the natives who remain, this genetic shift means replacement of kinfolk with strangers. Just how drastic the effect can be depends on how genetically distant the newcomers are.” – Jared Taylor, “What We Owe Our People,” American Renaissance, January 2005; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 61.

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“According to the universalist, everyone’s-equal model of human relations that is supposed to govern how we think about race, there is no good reason any of us should care more about our children than we do about the children of strangers. We do, of course, and not because they are objectively superior to other children but because they are ours; they carry our distinctive genes. From a genetic point of view, our ethnies [ethnic groups] deserve similar loyalties for the same reason.” (Emphasis not added) – Jared Taylor, “What We Owe Our People,” American Renaissance, January 2005; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 60.

“In the West, there is nothing that offers more ecstatic self-righteousness than denouncing “racism.”

In past ages, there have been different ways to gorge on blinkered, hateful, joyous denunciation: Religious fanatics burned heretics, commissars executed kulaks, Muslims beheaded apostates (and still do). Today, liberals hate “racists” – and “homophobes” and “sexists” and “fascists” – with the same Old Testament hatred. They are so drunk on self-righteous denunciation [that] they are impervious to reality. Religion has not declined in the West; it has only taken new forms. Communism was religion for Communists, and liberalism is [the] religion for liberals.” – Jared Taylor, “Pathological Altruism,” American Renaissance, 6 July 2012; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 55.

“…just because you are convinced something is right does not make it right. The sensations of rightness and nobility are so pleasurable that people are inclined to seek them for their own sake and without regard to facts or consequences.” – Jared Taylor, “Pathological Altruism,” American Renaissance, 6 July 2012; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 54.

“…Afro-centric teachers have recognized something that white teachers have forgotten: History has a point of view; it cannot be all things to all people.

We have come a long way from schooling that made Europeans into Americans. We now make Americans into nothing at all.” – Jared Taylor, “Is a Multiracial Nation Possible?,” American Renaissance, February 1992; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 35.

“Of all the ways in which a nation defines itself, few are more important than what it teaches its children about itself. In the history classes of its public schools, a nation retells its own story and instills a national identity in the minds of [the] young citizens. In today’s America, where competing racial, cultural, and linguistic claims now make it nearly impossible even to speak of national identity, questions about history have become a struggle for the possession of America’s past.” – Jared Taylor, “Is a Multiracial Nation Possible?,” American Renaissance, February 1992; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 31.

“Ultimately, we might well ask whether the white race is fit to survive at all. Entirely aside from explicitly racial forms of capitulation, is a people that puts women in combat serious about survival? Is a people for which homosexuality is a valid alternative to family life serious about survival? Is a people that forces the competent to subsidize and reward the procreation of incompetents serious about survival? Is a people whose adults are unable to face down their adolescent children serious about survival? Such people – and only whites do these things – have begun to write their own death warrant, even without the threat from growing populations of non-whites.” – Jared Taylor, “The Ways of Our People,” American Renaissance, September/ October 1996; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 30.

“Distinctions require judgment, and judgment is painful for those who are judged. Some people are found wanting when a society distinguishes between criminal and non-criminal, competent and incompetent, worthy and unworthy, healthy and perverse, our people and those who are not. White societies have pushed their consideration for others to impossible limits; they have lost the capacity to judge. Distinctions that are vital for survival are blurred and smoothed over in the name of “sensitivity” and “tolerance.” Recognition of inequality is now a violation of the liberal vision of man (now known, of course, as humankind).” (Emphasis not added) – Jared Taylor, “The Ways of Our People,” American Renaissance, September/ October 1996; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 24.

“Powerful forces are in motion that, if left unchecked, will slowly push aside European man and European civilization and then dance a victory jig on their collective grave. If we do nothing, the nation [U.S.] we leave to our children and grandchildren will be a desolated, third-world failure, in which whites will be a despised minority. Western Civilization will be a faint echo, vilified if it is even audible. There is no other tragedy that is at once so great, so unnatural, and so unnecessary.” – Jared Taylor, “If We Do Nothing,” American Renaissance, June 1996; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 13.

“…the significance of racial change does not lie in the particulars. It lies in the fact of unwelcome, uncalled for, irreversible change. People have every right to expect their children and their children’s children to be able to grow up and walk in the ways of their ancestors. They have a powerful, natural desire that their grandchildren be like them – that they speak the same language, sing the same songs, tell the same stories, pray to the same God, take pride in the same past, hope the same hopes, love the same nation, and honor the same traditions. The crucial elements of peoplehood cannot be preserved in the face of a flood of aliens, especially when the central institutions of the nation itself preach fashionable falsehoods about the equivalence of all races, cultures, and peoples.” – Jared Taylor, “If We Do Nothing,” American Renaissance, June 1996; If We Do Nothing: Essays and reviews from 25 years of white advocacy (New Century Books, 2017), p. 6.