Food for thought.
I’m no fan of Instauration, but I have no argument with this. The interesting (in hindsight, obvious) point is that all of these Third World revolutionary movements were based on resistance to racial humiliation, and, in some cases, to racial-sexual humiliation.
Also, note the racial-sexual humiliation motivation of the North African Clement Dio character in The Camp of the Saints: “his grandmother, a black harem slavegirl, sold to a brothel for French officers ...”
All of the Third World anti-colonial resistance movements, wars of liberation, etc. were based on the sense of humiliation felt by Colored peoples by White political dominion. It didn’t matter that Europeans ruled Black Africa better than the Black Africans did after the end of colonialism. It didn’t matter that British rule of India was efficient, or that American money contributed greatly to Cuba’s economy. Nor did whatever benefits brought to Vietnam by the French, or by White Americans, matter. The Coloreds wanted independence, they wanted an end to the humiliation, an end to paternalistic rule by an alien people, an end to seeing their women sexually used (willingly or not) by the racially alien men ruling their nations.
On second thought, that White rule was seen as more efficient than native rule did matter, being actually more of a reason to end White rule – the humiliation, the constant attack against native self-esteem, to constantly be faced with the reality of White superiority, to have it constantly rubbed in their faces that these aliens could rule them better than they could rule themselves. And added to all of these sources of resentment was the bitter tinge of racial envy, of hatred of Whites for being White, and all that entailed with respect to the manifest superiority of Whites. Have you ever read any of the anti-White bile that emanated from Black African and Black Caribbean “revolutionary theorists?” Or how about the hatred toward Whites from Black Americans, from similar sources of racial resentment, the “Civil Rights Movement” being a form on internal, intra-American anti-colonialism (and the same applies to anti-White hatred coming from other non-White “American” peoples).
That’s where the conservative Right always gets things wrong, particularly with their emphasis on “economic theory” and “standard of living” and “rational choices.” A purely rational, economic choice by non-Whites is to be ruled by Whites, but they reject this because there are things more important than purely material well-being. Racial pride, racial integrity and preservationism, a sense of identity, self-esteem, and end to the pain of national humiliation, you can call all of those things “irrational,” but they are powerful motivators nevertheless.
Will this paradigm one day apply to Whites? Will Whites continue to be bought off by the System through material well-being (which is, by the way, has a limited shelf-life as the West spirals increasingly out-of-control)? Will Whites continue to allow themselves to be subject to racial humiliation, including racial-sexual humiliation, without resisting? Will they allow racial aliens to continue ruling over them? Do they even recognize that this is the case?How “manifest” is “White superiority” if they do not even recognize, much less resist, the same sort of racial subjugation that non-Whites clearly identified and fought when it was their turn to do so?
Are Whites really and truly inferior after all? Why do they put up with dispossession, humiliation, and subjugation? Today the West is being colonized by the Third World. Where is the White anti-colonial movement?