Are White Americans A Distinct Ethnic Group Yet?

Between Tom Sunic’s latest podcast and Andrew Fraser’s WASP series at TOO I must ask a question. Are we merely a biological group? Is it possible or practical to reclaim the “American” title? Can we effectively separate an American folkish identity from the Constitution Cult? If so, what symbols are to be used?

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9 thoughts on “Are White Americans A Distinct Ethnic Group Yet?

    • I think we can rescue a few heroes without drinking the poisoned grape-drank that is Amerikwa. Going full Hunter Wallace/Bradley Griffin is not the answer. America died in 1945.

  1. No, yes, yes; a few symbols I can think of offhand are the Decleration of Independence, cowboys, the Alamo, don’t tread on me flag, guns?, apple pie? and old folk songs.

  2. It doesn’t matter if we white people are technically a distinct ethnic group or not. What matters is that we are treated by society as a distinct ethnic group and so therefore we have policies in place where we are categorized as a distinct ethnic group and so we have to learn to assert our group interests by opposing discrimination against us. Programs like affirmative action are anti-White discrimination.

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