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by Dr. William Pierce.
“Actually, it’s not so much that they think that; it’s that they feel that. As I said, the problem is more psychological than intellectual. White people — White Americans, in particular — have developed a certain habit of thought, a certain psychological attitude based, I believe, in a long tradition of excessive comfort and luxury. They have the feeling that for White people to be concerned today about the growing power of non-White minorities is a bit like a Southern plantation owner 200 years ago being concerned that his Black field slaves were getting too much to eat. A plantation owner should not be so stingy. Raising the alarm about non-Whites flooding across our borders today is like White railroad workers 125 years ago complaining about the railroad bosses importing Chinese coolies to take their jobs because the coolies would work for less. It seems to middle-class Whites today such a petty thing. It’s unworthy of us to complain, undignified. We are the bosses, the owners, the lords of the manor.”
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