Essentially, one metaphorically “hitchhikes” from one ideological group to the next, with each of them only willing to take him part of the way where he wants to go, and he never may never quite reach that sanctuary where the other escaped runners are waiting for him.
The curse of White people. Kevin MacDonald says that Europeans developed from biologically-based clans to ideological communities where family relations were loosened in favor of ideological, moral, and religious ties.
This seemed to work quite well – in Europe, where everyone was white. But anyone can adopt an ideology, so in multi-racial societies whites are always trying to “integreate” non-whites into their ideological systems.
Non-whites are perfectly happy to both be included in white ideological groups, thus gaining benefits, while keeping to their own biological-based clan structures.
This is why you have had WN for years talking about “creating a new White religion” – they have to have some larger, ideologically constructed group identity.
Instead of just being White.
Honestly I think ideology is overrated.Bob Whitaker calls it “Wordism.”
You could imagine hearding a black person say, “Democrats or Republicans, we’re all still black.” You could imagine a Jewish person saying, “religious or secular we’re all Jewish.” You could imagine a Mestizo saying, “north or south of the border, we’re all Latino.”
Could you imagine a white saying, “right or left, we’re all White.”
No way, Whites on either “side” would be recruiting non-Whites to use as weapons against the Whites on the other “side.”
Basically, when one increasingly finds he has very little common ground with mainstream political movements, his nostalgic trips down memory lane may eventually lead him to embark on a journey down “reactionary road.” This highway has many possible lanes and exits. He might find himself heading in the direction of the paleoconservatives’ front porch or the neoreactionaries’ castle, perhaps the libertarians’ weed farm, or the traditionalists’ homestead, the manosphere’s “No Ma’am” meet up, the radfem free bleeders’ pool party, or even the neo-nazis’ Antarctic base. Essentially, one metaphorically “hitchhikes” from one ideological group to the next, with each of them only willing to take him part of the way where he wants to go, and he never may never quite…
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