The White Minority Issue – What Can We Do About It?

We have talked a lot about various ongoing issues in the West. Our main focus have always been on the ongoing population replacement in white/western countries and the anti-white mentality. The reason for that is that we see that most of the current issues such as crime rates, the spread of Islam/terrorist attacks etc. are just symptoms of the mass immigration and multiculturalism agenda.

We also believe that the white minority issue is the most crucial one. After all, the fact that we whites are becoming a minority in our own countries is not a distant maybe thing in the future, it’s something that is actually happening right here and now. And at an alarming rate at that.

So when someone asks ”What can we do about this?”,  we can only assume that they are on the same page and that they want to do something about the white minority issue primarily. If islam or any other symptom is the main reason for the person asking we suggest tracing it back to the main issue, which is the non stop mass immigration and the anti-white mentality. After all it doesn’t help if we manage to stop terrorist attacks or the spread of islam if we still become a minority in our homelands anyway.

Secondly, we have to ask whether this is a theoretical question (what government officials or we as a society could do) or a practical question (what we as individuals can do in practice here and now). There is a big difference between the two.

There are many things that COULD be done to solve all this in theory, it’s just a matter of people in power actually WANTING to do something about it. During the last few decades we have seen migration into the Western world, it shouldn’t be so hard to imagine a time ahead where we can see migration out of the Western world as well. Remigration would more easily be seen as a possibility if people understood the white minority issue and moral aspect thereof.

After all, citizenships are just pieces of paper that could, in theory, be easily revoked. And it’s not so hard to imagine our borders being protected, like they always have been before.

It’s not even difficult to imagine a world where we actually make an effort to help people return and settle in their homelands in a responsible and peaceful manner. Many of them have had time to gather experience and certain skills that could definitely be beneficial to their own countries. If any part of the world is in need of skillful entrepreneurs and educated doctors (which all refugees seems to be in the eyes of the media and liberals) it’s the Third World. Let’s not be greedy and hog all the resources. As for transportation and the practical side of things, since they came with boats and planes there should be no problem returning with boats and planes.

Again, there are many things that we COULD do in order to solve this if the people in charge REALLY wanted to. But we all know that the main obstacles here are not practical ones but rather psychological ones. People want to feel like they are good people and according to today’s narrative you are either a good pro-multiculturalist or an evil naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews. So naturally most people are going to be pro-multiculturalists, and since politicians want to win votes they are going to promote the things that will win them elections.

The question whether the mass media, politicians or the current anti-white school system is the root cause for the multicultural agenda is as irrelevant as the hen vs the egg discussion (what came first). It’s all just part of the same anti-white mentality.

Of course this is beginning to change as more and more people are beginning to see reality for what it is. For every terrorist attack, or for every riot or burnt car, people are beginning to question whether “diversity” is such a strength after all (of course “diversity” meaning less white people).

Going back to the question at hand: What can one do about this practically?

First of all if you are asking this question we can only assume that you have already broken most of your inner or outer barriers and are “redpilled” so to speak. If not, that will be the first step and you can listen to episode 8 of our podcast show to learn more about identifying and overcoming your barriers. We have also published an article about this subject.

As for the question itself for someone who is really ready to engage in practical politics (aka metapolitics), it’s not an easy question to answer if we are going to talk from an individual and practical point of view. There are so many problems going on in the world and it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and not know what to focus on.

This is why it’s good to remain focused on the core issue, i.e. the population replacement and the anti-white mentality, and not get stirred away to focus on various symptoms.

And luckily, among all the liberals and civic nationalists who refuse to acknowledge these issues, there are more and more people who are actively trying to do something by raising awareness of these problems.

That’s pretty much all one can do at the moment. Either start spreading the message yourself or help the ones that are already doing it.

Most of us are just normal people, we don’t have any real direct influence on current policies or politics. If we did we wouldn’t be in this mess in the first place and there would be no need for this article.

But this step shouldn’t be underestimated. It’s actually crucial. After all, how can we even ever hope to solve this if we don’t establish an understanding of the main issue? Before we can hope to see any real changes we must first raise awareness of the white minority issue and the underlying intention behind it (which is the anti-white mindset) to the general public. Most people still have no clue about it, even though official websites in many countries already have stated that whites will be a minority in 20XX (year varies depending on country). In fact, we have written several case studies about this subject that you are free to use and share to spread awareness of the above.

Claiming ownership of the moral high ground – a crucial next step apart from spreading awareness

Apart from raising awareness it’s also important to start thinking about how we can own the moral high ground in the public spectrum.

People in general with an anti-white mindset will either deny that the white minority issue is occurring, or they will try to justify it. Alternatively, they will say it’s inevitable. Sometimes you can hear all three from the same person so they are by no means consistent whatsoever.

This is where the anti-white mindset comes in. People have been conditioned all their lives that multiculturalism (in all and only white countries) is good and to be against it is equal to being a naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews. It’s “racist” to not wanting your own people to become a minority in our own country, if you are white that is.

This is why it isn’t enough to only show statistics or other forms of “proof” to most people. They will still be pro-multiculturalism. The reason for that, we believe, is that they do not see the issue of the population replacement from a moral perspective. It kind of makes sense if you think about it. Why would they be against it if they don’t see a problem with it in the first place?

So on top of informing people of what is happening, we also have to combat the anti-white mindset by taking control of the moral high ground. We have to own the moral high ground by convincing others that making us a minority in our own homelands is in itself morally wrong. No one would agree that replacing all Jews in Israel with non-Jews would be the morally right thing to do. No one would suggest that Africans should become a minority in Africa or that it doesn’t matter if there are no more Asians in Asia anymore. You can’t justify a genocide and still claim to be a good person.

We can take the moral high ground by pointing out contradictions like these. In the end, it’s about making people realize that the current policies are morally wrong and that a future for our people does not a exclude a future for other peoples and races. We deserve the same rights as anyone else.

Having said that, we understand that talking about the white minority issue openly and directly to coworkers and people in your social circle might not be the best initial approach. In such contexts it might be a good approach to talk about the symptoms if the conversations occur naturally in order to make others around you adapt to your mindset over time. But ultimately, we need to start talking about the main issue whenever we can.

It’s a difficult task but if we don’t manage to own the moral high ground, most people won’t be able to sympathize with our perspective and our side will continue to remain a small opposing “sect”.

At least unless things get so out of hand where most people just can’t take it anymore and start to revolt. But after everything that has happened so far, it begs one to question where the breaking point actually is? If there is one at all. Sure, we can see a positive trend for civic nationalists gaining more and more ground after each election (even Donald Trump managed to become president), so many people are obviously begging for a change. The question is whether these civic national parties can actually solve these issues without talking or even acknowledging them (because most of them are yet to do so openly), and whether they can manage to solve the minority issue before we actually become a minority in our homelands and have pretty much zero chances of actually winning an election.

Ok, so how do I as an everyday individual start spreading awareness to the minority issue and the anti-white mentality?

I suppose that’s the real question here and what it all comes down to. If you really want to start spreading awareness of these issues there shouldn’t be anything to stop you, especially considering that we live in the internet age where you don’t even have to be open with your identity to spread messages to thousands of people across the globe with very little effort.

It’s not like we in This is Europa are any special. We are just normal everyday people just like you. We study or go to work, go home and work on various projects to raise awareness of these problems the best that we can. We don’t have any rich sponsors, we are not people in power and we are not celebrities. We are just regular people. And if we can do it, so can you!

We don’t expect everyone to host their own podcast show, write articles, make videos or such, but you should try to find something that you could contribute with. In the end it’s about spreading a message and exactly how you do it doesn’t matter as long as you can reach out to people. And if you don’t have your own platform you can always find others that do. You are not alone in this. We are many who are actively spreading the word so why not join in?

And if online activism isn’t your thing, then why not find a political party or an organization and work your way up there until you are in a position where you can start spreading the message to the public?

Alternatively, you can help others who are already doing something. Contribute with resources or helpful feedback if they ask for it or anything else that might be useful.

Join the fight and start spreading the message yourself or help the ones who are already doing it – that’s what it will come down to for you as an everyday individual who wants to do something practical and help solve these issues.

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