What we need in one paragraph.
Breezy makes himself useful by quoting this:
Things get darker still, for, if the G.O.P. becomes ever whiter, failing to peel away working-class voters of other races, then partisan conflict could look more and more like racial conflict. That is the nightmare. Our politics are bad enough when voters are mobilized mainly by culture-war issues, such as abortion, because compromise is often impossible. But when voters are mobilized by issues of identity, something most people can’t change, then nothing works. It’s just war.
If you want to know what is needed in America, summarized in one paragraph, then re-read what is block quoted above. Balkanization, identity politics, hatred, suspicion, chaos, making the Multicultural System unworkable (“nothing works” indeed) – that is the key to salvation. Diversity and multiculturalism need to be made as unpleasant as possible, made impossible, made painful. We need an atmosphere of despair and desperation, a sour atmosphere where each raciocultural group is in conflict with the others, where alliances across racial lines (even with those wonderful Imperial Orientals) is impossible.
That is the ONLY reason why I’d vote for Trump in November (if he’s somewhere on the ballot). The agenda of Sanders to attempt to unite people across racial lines is a great reason to root for Clinton in the Democratic primaries.
One must of course weigh the possibilities. The worst outcome is for Trump to lose to Clinton, and have the White masses convinced that they must go back to cuckservatism. A Trump victory – however unlikely – would be great from the standpoint of balkanizing chaos. The more likely positive outcome would be for Trump to be cheated out of the nomination, and for Clinton to crush a cuckservative Republican in November, as Trump supporters stay home or vote third party.
Anything that stokes anger and hatred and bitterness, anything that drives Whites to rage, anything that provokes Whites to “we’ve had enough pitchfork time” – that’s what we need.
Hatred, bitterness, chaos, desperation, and despair – the winning formula.