Jamie Kelso, Mar. 14, 2011

March 14, 2011

On March 14, 2011, the eve of the Ides of March, Jamie Kelso talks about some of the disadvantages of making a narrow appeal to a small public with, for example the dictatorship of the Third Reich, versus what Kelso perceives as the overwhelming advantages of making a broad appeal to a huge White public by tying the White common sense message to universally popular White common sense proponents like Lindbergh, Ford, Edison, and the thousands of White heroes of our message. In Australia, for example, Kelso points to the unbroken chain of Prime Ministers, starting with the first, Edmund Barton in 1901, who wholeheartedly endorsed the White Australia Policy. This unbroken line of White Australia Prime Ministers extended all the way up to World War II, and maintained a 98% White Australia. Similar successful pro-White majorities and institutions and governments prevailed in every White homeland (with the exception of the U.S.S.R.) up until the catastrophe of World War II.

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