Jason Sullivan, American Renaissance, August 25, 2022
Leftist propaganda questions our morality. To call someone a “racist” is to say he is bad. Whites then usually go on the defensive and try to deny they are bad, but that is a losing strategy. If you are defending, you are losing.
Say instead, “I am a realist.” This defuses the Left’s moral framework. It lets you shift the conversation to a topic of your choosing, and go on the offensive. If you are called a racist, say this: “I am a realist. I recognize that the experiment in multiculturalism has failed, and that homogenous societies are more peaceful and cohesive.”
For the same reasons, I would jettison the terms “white nationalist” and “ethno-nationalist” in favor of “nationalist.” The former terms are dog whistles to the Left that arouse the same scorn, and potentially alienate civic nationalists. It’s redundant to call yourself a “white nationalist” or “ethno-nationalist.” The correct dichotomy is nationalism versus
A white person should never call himself a “racist,” even as a joke. The Left would see this as an admission of evil, and normies would think he was a kook. For the same reason, we should not call ourselves “white nationalists.” We are realists, and nationalists. These terms are factually accurate and morally unassailable.