Hello, and welcome back to another edition of American Dissident Voices, the Internet radio program of North America's foremost racialist organization, the National Alliance. I'm your host and the Chairman of the Alliance, Erich Gliebe.
Well, the summer is winding down. Summer vacations are ending and the kids are going back to school. Where I live in the Midwest, it is getting darker earlier and the nights are cooler. The plants in the vegetable gardens and flower gardens have slowed their growth rates, and it won't be long before the leaves start turning and then fall off the trees. Baseball season has lost its luster for most fans of the game whose teams have fallen out of the postseason race, and sports fans are looking ahead to the college and professional football seasons.
With the changing of the seasons comes a change in our response to our environment. While going outside for an evening in the summer might mean making sure we packed plenty of bug repellent, in the fall it means taking a coat that is warm enough. While a blanket in the summertime is something to set down on the grass and sit on, in the fall it is used to cover one's legs while watching a child's football game or soccer match. The farmers are thinking about bringing in the harvest rather than doing what they can to nurture their crops. Even our own bodies take some time to adjust to new conditions of daylight and temperature; I'm sure you've all had the experience of a 50-degree evening in August and it seems deathly cold, while a 50-degree evening in early March prompts us to put on a pair of shorts and sandals. As the summer of 2009 fades into the past, the time is over for iced tea and swimming pools, and the time is soon coming for hot chocolate and fireplaces.
These changes are rather short-term and they don't involve any radical mind-shift on our parts. We just naturally adjust to the changes without much thinking about it, and we move ahead with our lives. We might take notice of them briefly, but then we quickly find other things to occupy our time and energies, and the gradual changes of the seasons pass by largely without fanfare. And this whole cycle will then repeat itself over and over, year in and year out, and our minds and bodies shift into "summer mode" and "winter mode" and so on all through life.
As people age, on the other hand, they acquire new knowledge that ISN'T cyclical. It is knowledge that defines a clean break with everything that has come before, particularly as people become conscious of their status and power relative to that of others. For example, once children become conscious of their relative lack of strength and wisdom compared to the strength and wisdom of their parents, that knowledge stays with them until time and experience lead to new perceptions. And until those new perceptions surface, children don't bother themselves with analyzing their lack of strength and wisdom; they simply accept it as the way things are. We might say that young children accept the paradigm that Mom and Dad are stronger and smarter, and that therefore Mom and Dad know best and that's the end of the story for a number of years.
Later, as an older child or a young adult, the paradigm of Mom and Dad being stronger and smarter starts to erode. All of the knowledge and caution that parents have accumulated due to past mistakes and other experiences begins to look foolish to most young people. And not only is the paradigm of Mom and Dad being smarter challenged by young people; young men especially at some point become aware that their strength and energy are growing, while those of their fathers are gradually failing. Once those facts are conscious in the mind of a youth, he soon accepts them and the new paradigm that go with them. That paradigm guides the youth for some years to come, although he doesn't dwell on it; it just becomes a part of the way things are, and he lives his life in accord with it.
This pattern of paradigm shifts continues throughout life. There comes a point when a middle-aged person recognizes that, no matter what his exercise regimen, he just isn't as strong as he used to be: he doesn't heal as quickly, his range of motion is shortened, and he is more prone to injury. This is frustrating at first, but people soon become accustomed to the new states of their bodies, and they continue on with their lives without dwelling overmuch on their new inadequacies. The paradigm shifts again with advanced age, as mind and body start to show the wear and tear of existence. It usually takes some time for people to become acclimated to the new conditions, but then it is time to get on with life: It's business as usual.
Societies, too, go through paradigm shifts. As best we can tell, the earliest societies were concerned almost exclusively about survival. The food needed to be killed and brought in, and the wolves needed to be killed and kept out. Aside from killing for food and killing for safety, all that was needed to keep life interesting was just enough free time for a little sex for enjoyment of the body and putting up art on the walls of the cave for enjoyment of the mind. Beyond that, things like kings and government and the conquering of others didnŐt exist.
Once the survival paradigm had served its purpose and early peoples gained confidence in their abilities to exist, a new paradigm began to take root. This paradigm was based on the idea that OUR tribe could conquer THEIR tribe. WE could - and actually SHOULD - attack THEM, take their stuff, rape their women, and burn their dwellings. It was a paradigm that went well beyond mere survival, extending to the domination of nearby tribes. As we might expect, that paradigm was quickly adopted by all of the tribes in a given region, with the result being constant low-level warfare. Despite the constant tribal warring, the real losses for each of the tribes was relatively minimal, due to the primitive weaponry, the low population density, and the relative ease by which tribes could pull up the stakes and move away from particularly predatory tribes. At this stage of things, disease proved to be the single most important factor in determining mortality rates.
The next paradigm that came to be accepted was essentially the idea that all of the people in THESE tribes were basically of one language and one blood. In this new paradigm, THESE tribes were invited to the party, while the tribes of THOSE ethnic groups weren't. Thus began the conglomeration of tribes into nations and the primitive beginnings of administrative governments.
Despite this new paradigm that led to the forming of nations, vestiges of the old paradigms hung around. There were still the drives of simple survival, of course, and most people feel an affinity for those of their own tribe or clan as compared to other tribes or clans, even if - on the level of the state - the neighboring clans were allied with each other. And it was still okay to dominate others, as long as those to be dominated belonged to THAT BUNCH of tribes across the river or on the other side of the mountains because, after all, the tribes on THIS side of the river or THIS side of the mountain were now our friends...even though we used to rape each others' women a few thousand years ago when we subscribed to an earlier paradigm.
That paradigm of "nations dominating nations" has held for most of the last thousand years or so. It contained a healthy portion of racism, as when White Europeans colonized most of the non-White and underdeveloped peoples of Asia, Africa, and South America. The Huns, who overran most of Asia and were turned away at the doorstep of Europe, gave vent to similar racial drives. The same could be said of the Seljuk Turks, who conquered and ruled much of Asia during the 11th through the 14th Centuries.
The "nations dominating nations" paradigm played a large role in the growth of the United States. In large measure, American expansion proceeded by this paradigm at the expense of the Indians, whose technical deficiencies and inability to resist new diseases proved to be fatal flaws. The same paradigm held during the First and Second World Wars, with Germany being the only nation that, to a point, tried to embrace the rest of the White world in the biggest "White tribes unification" scheme yet devised, which was basically a variation of the nation-state paradigm I described earlier, only on a much larger scale. Unfortunately, Britain and the United States held tightly to the "nations dominating nations" paradigm, and Hitler's brief hope of a united, Aryan, and communist-free Europe was dashed in the realities of all-out war.
Following the Second World War, yet another paradigm began to take hold in the United States, Europe, and the rest of the White world. This paradigm had as one of its basic assumptions that people of all colors and races were inherently equal, that if they weren't then they SHOULD be, and that one must accept anyone of whatever race into one's community, one's church, one's school, one's workplace, one's country, and even one's family. The paradigm, of course, was that of multiracialism and multiculturalism. It had never been tried before on such a large scale, and it was being pushed most strongly by the men in positions of power within the American media - men who, as a matter of historical fact, were predominantly Jews.
The Jew-promoted paradigm of multiracialism wasn't accepted easily by many Whites in America and Europe. There was quite a bit of resistance from those who held to earlier paradigms. But the Jews held onto their media power and kept working day and night, pushing their multiracialist paradigm on television, in books, in popular music, and in films. Because of its power to sway voters, the media run by the Jews was able to dictate to the politicians what legislation needed to be passed, all of which was in accord with the Jewish multiracialist paradigm.
And eventually, the paradigm took hold. Probably not one American in a thousand would speak out against it, even anonymously. The multiculturalist paradigm has so thorough saturated our society that, like all paradigms, it has passed the point at which most people question it. Like the child who accepts that Mom and Dad are smarter and stronger, Americans today don't give multiculturalism a second thought. It is just the way things are. Or at least that's what it appears to be.
All paradigms are like that. One doesn't question them unless one has a very good reason to do so. By definition, a paradigm is a structure of thought - what's good, what's bad, how to behave, and so on - that serves the purpose of freeing up the thinking mind for other things. The paradigm is the stage, and humans act out their lives upon the stage.
Now, there are a couple of problems with paradigms. Firstly, because they are a product of the human mind, they aren't perfect. No paradigm can necessarily claim to be perfect. The only real criterion for a paradigm is its utility: Does it serve the purposes of enhancing the life of the people? The survival paradigm certainly did. To a limited extent, the various paradigms involving the domination of others also did. If the utility of the existing paradigm is questionable, then it is the responsibility of the living to advance a more useful paradigm.
But perhaps the biggest problem with the multiculturalist paradigm is that it completely denies the right of the White race to a secure and progressive existence. No matter what the theory behind the paradigm, the practical effect is that the White race will be snuffed out of existence if the multiculturalist paradigm is followed by our society for much longer. No other considerations are needed: this paradigm must go, for it violates the survival paradigm of the first tribes of men tens of thousands of years ago. If survival is threatened, the paradigm must go.
And perhaps most disturbing is that the Jews pushing the multiculturalist paradigm don't buy into it at all. They are still firmly - one might say "viciously" - rooted in the US vs. THEM paradigm of the past, a paradigm that applauds their efforts to dominate us to the point of destruction. Clearly, if those who are advancing a paradigm don't abide by it themselves, we must suspect self-serving behavior.
A new paradigm is needed. That paradigm states that one should be proud of one's race and that each race should be free to isolate itself from the others to pursue its own place in the universe. In particular, for our people, the White race should be free to establish a White racial homeland, rather than force our people to intermingle with members of other races, as at present.
I invite you to join with me and the other members of the National Alliance to advance this new paradigm on a needy people.
I'm Erich Gliebe, and thanks for being with me again today.