Conspiracy theory and race-realism

I just finished watching “Conspiracy Theory” with Jesse Ventura.  It features, among others, Alex Jones of Prison Planet and I have always liked to think that things are not as bad as Jones says they are.  I also wonder, sometimes, how much of what he says falls under the category of “entertainment” rather than fact.
In “Conspiracy Theory” the claim is that secret government forces will unleash a pandemic upon the population.  When chaos ensues, martial law will be declared and millions of us will be locked up in concentration (FEMA) camps.  We, who understand HBD and recognize the dangers of ethnic diversity, appreciate that such “chaos” would probably take the form of societal fractures along ethnic lines.  Hence, divide and conquer would be an important tactic of this cabal.  If there is substance to the above conspiracy theory, then theorists such as Ventura and Jones would do well to understand how HBD and diversity fit into it; those doing the conspiring certainly do.
If there is a small cabal of immensely powerful people conspiring to seize control over the entire planet, I doubt that they are driven by ideological motivations.  I would not expect them to be “leftists” or to subscribe to any particular creed or religion – except insofar as they worship themselves.
The tactic of divide and conquer is more effective when the divisions, within the populace, are more or less equal.  This insures that the struggle can continue indefinitely, thus enabling those with real power to work behind the scenes.  From this perspective, we would not expect any such powerful cabal to work toward the total annihilation of the white race.  Instead, their goal would be to reduce whites to the status of just one of many ethnic groups vying for control.
If this is, indeed, the case then the powers that be may actually want some sort of white nationalist movement to take root; if whites simply shrivel up and die every time they’re confronted with a challenge to their hegemony, there would not be much of a struggle, would there?
In such a scenario, it would be up to whites to foil the evil plans of such a cabal.  Ventura does have one very conspicuous young black woman in his group.  Most likely, this is by design and not by chance; every other person involved with Ventura and Jones (at least those we can see) is white.  Given their racial ignorance, in all likelihood, they have put forth considerable efforts in outreach programs toward “people of color”.  Apparently, their efforts have amounted to naught – or very close to naught.
At one point, in the movie linked to above, Ventura accuses FEMA of targeting “African Americans” among others.  Likewise, in his paper “FEMA – The Secret Government“, Harry Martin even goes so far as to say:

The first targets in any FEMA emergency would be Hispanics and Blacks, the FEMA orders call for them to be rounded up and detained. Tax protesters, demonstrators against government military intervention outside U.S. borders, and people who maintain weapons in their homes are also targets. Operation Trojan Horse is a program designed to learn the identity of potential opponents to martial law. The program lures potential protesters into public forums, conducted by a “hero” of the people who advocates survival training. The list of names gathered at such meetings and rallies are computerized and then targeted in case of an emergency.

Obviously, things will not actually unfold like that, even if there is a kernel of truth to the theory as a whole.  Hispanics and blacks are certainly not the target of any sort of government conspiracy; they are the ones who most want big government.  They are the grunts who are being used as a club to destroy the last vestiges of America.  If there were any evidence of such a plan, the mainstream media would be all over it.  Instead, these are clearly attempts to recruit NAM’s (and the whites who worship them) to the anti-conspiracy cause.
In “Conspiracy Theory”, the story is told about a young woman from Missouri who was placed on a government watch list simply for campaigning for Ron Paul.  Harassment by organizations such as the SPLC and the ADL notwithstanding, I am not aware of any white nationalists (in America) being placed on government watch lists unless they advocate violence.  If the Federal Government wished to place bloggers like myself on such a list, it would be easy to do.  If they wished to place those who attend American Renaissance conferences on such a watch list, it would be a piece of cake.  As far as I can tell, the government is apathetic to our cause and they have no problem letting fringe leftist groups take potshots at us – but there does not seem to be any evidence of direct government intimidation (beyond refusing to defend us from aggression by others) at all.
Ask the average American which point of view is more extreme: a) support for Ron Paul or b) white nationalism.  The answer will almost always be “b”.  If the Federal Government is concerned about “extremists”, they would be targeting racialists more than Ron Paul supporters.  It would appear that the only “extremists” they are concerned about are the ones who might sabotage their agenda.  It might be that the existence of a certain number of white nationalists fits in quite well with their agenda.
Of course the truth is the truth.  So, the possibility that race realism or white-nationalism might go hand in hand with a secret plot to take over the world does not, in any way, discredit our point of view.  If, perchance, we get some sort of boost from the government, simple-minded people might view this as a blow to our credibility.  Other simple-minded people might point to this post and claim that I am trying to undermine the white cause.
If the future brings some sort of support from government, let us remember that they are not our friends.  Let us also remember that such support does nothing to discredit our cause.

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2 Responses to Conspiracy theory and race-realism

  1. fred says:

    If there is a small cabal of immensely powerful people conspiring to seize control over the entire planet,
    I once worked with this brilliant engineer who graduated Berkley in 3 years. I don’t use the term brilliant lightly. Anyway, in spite of attending Berkley he was fairly conservative and actually thought there was “a small cabal of immensely powerful people”. I once asked him, “What makes you so sure?” To which he replied, “Of course there is. If someone weren’t already doing it then someone else would just fill the vacuum. I’d do it myself!” That was pretty much what I always thought, too. There may not be one guy who pulls all the strings. But there are definitely powerful string-pullers around. In fact, I’ve known some. They just don’t operate on that level. But if there are big fish in a small pond then it’s a sure bet there are also big fish in a big pond.
    I doubt that they are driven by ideological motivations.
    I suppose that’s true. But everyone is driven by something. Even Howard Hughes was driven by something. Though I’m sure learning what would be a real trip down the rabbit hole.
    I would not expect them to be “leftists” or to subscribe to any particular creed or religion – except insofar as they worship themselves.
    Yeah. I always figured at the top there was no left/ right, conservative/ liberal, communists/ capitalists, etc. Besides, they’re all swapping wives anyway. Ask Martha Stewart. She’ll tell ya.

  2. Annoyed says:

    I have always wondered this myself.
    Another possibility is that they want a single multiracial population which has mental aptitude about the level of Hispanics. The population would lack the major traits the white population has demonstrated throughout history and would be content to spend its time performing menial labor and watching television.
    I don’t know, but I have no doubt that current social progressivism seeks white racial destruction.

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