I withdraw allegiance from the death cult of the United States of degeneracy and from the oligarchy it has become, wrecked nation, odious to God, with tyranny and burdens for Whites.
Those words, a twisting of the noble Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag and the republic, articulate the emergent severing of American Whites’ emotional connection with the country that not too long ago we loved because it was ours. The malign winds whose chill I first felt through the celebrations of the end of the Cold War have augured the icy landscape through which we now stagger.
See Steve Sailer’s look at the steep rise in the suicide rates among middle-aged Whites HERE.
See a meta-analysis by Heartiste HERE, where he takes an unflinching look at how America’s sons and daughters have lost — no, how the American elites have willfully destroyed — the ingredients of a meaningful life: family, community, work, and faith:
White Americans have lost the protection and loyalty of their government. When your government stops “having your back” and treats you simultaneously like a sponge to be soaked for gibsmedats and an evil blight hindering social justice, you tend to feel like a stranger in your homeland.
I summarize the American civic life in 2015 as follows:
- Decadence at the top.
- Despair in the middle.
- Degeneracy at the bottom.
The ruling classes (and this is analogously true in much of Europe and in all of the Anglosphere) have withdrawn their allegiance from their people. Given this breach of loyalty, it is inevitable that the people will see this betrayal and in response will withdraw their own loyalty to the state en masse. As history shows, despair can become resolve overnight.
Finally, keep this in mind: Alexander Solzhenitsyn hated the Soviet Union but he always loved Russia.