via Kevin Alfred Strom
So — what are our goals? Today we are going to hear the
clear and necessary answer to that question as I present to you Dr.
William Pierce, the founder of the National Alliance in Changing America, part 3.
There’s one thing we know that we must have, and that is a
White society, a society without other races present. We must have a
racially clean area of the Earth for the further development of our
people. We must have White schools, White residential neighborhoods and
recreational areas, White workplaces, White farms and countryside. We
must have no non-Whites in our living space, and we must have open space
around us for expansion.
Among other things that means that we cut out all our dependence on
non-White labor and we learn to depend entirely on ourselves: We pick
our own cotton, we wash our own dishes, collect our own garbage, drive
our own taxis, staff our restaurants with our own people. We may have to
pay Whites more to do some things that are being done by Blacks or
Mestizos now, and we may end up paying more for some products or
services or even do without, but this is something on which we cannot compromise.
The Whites of South Africa became so dependent on cheap Black labor,
on Black gardeners and drivers and cooks and cleaning women and mine
laborers, that they couldn’t face the economic adjustments involved in
changing to a White economy. They tried to compromise, to keep the
Blacks happy so that they could continue using Black labor instead of
disengaging altogether from dependence on Black labor and becoming
self-reliant — and in the end they lost their whole country. The White
South Africans who didn’t emigrate are now enduring a living hell under
After our civil war a hundred and thirty-five years ago when keeping
Black slaves became illegal, we should have shipped all former slaves
back to Africa where they came from. That was too much trouble for us,
and so we just turned them loose in our society. Look at the trouble
they have made for us ever since!
To be sure, the importing of non-Whites, slave or free, into the
American colonies and then into the American Republic should have been
banned from the time of Columbus; racial considerations should have
prevailed over economic considerations, but we were too short-sighted.
We don’t want segregation again — we want total geographical separation.
More than 3,000 years ago some of our people conquered the Indian
subcontinent. We ruled as a White elite, and for centuries strict caste
laws kept us from mixing with the non-White natives. But over the
millennia those caste laws broke down and our people gradually were
absorbed into the dark masses.
Much more recently our people conquered and settled the Western
Hemisphere. In North America we killed off the non-White natives. In
Central America our people blended with the Indians producing the
Mestizos who are swarming across our southern border now.
We must have total geographical separation for our people regardless
of what we must do to achieve that. I know that this is a sticking point
with many White people. They look at the racially mixed mess we have
around us in America today with hundreds of thousands of interracial
couples and mongrel children, they look at the results of two
generations of large-scale miscegenation in America which has produced
millions of mixed-race people — and they throw up their hands. They
can’t deal with it. It seems too difficult, too messy, too cruel to try
to do anything about it. And of course, the people who have been pushing
the racial mixing programs have made it that way deliberately; they’ve
been rushing to mix things so badly that they think we can’t un-mix
But I tell you: we can and we must, regardless of
the difficulties and the unpleasantness. The alternative is racial
death, extinction. We want our world to be not only genetically White,
but also culturally White, morally White, spiritually White. For a
century we have let our culture, our values, our standards, and our
morality become corrupted by aliens who infiltrated and took over our
Our task is not only to regain control of our mass media and halt the
flood of Jewish filth pouring into our homes through television, it
also is to do a thorough cleansing job. It is to give our people back
the values they brought here from Europe three hundred years ago. It is
to reconnect our people with their roots, to give them back their sense
of racial identity and racial pride and personal honor. Our task is to
restore White standards of behavior and performance, to re-establish a
society in which our people respect themselves and others, in which we
learn self-discipline and personal responsibility and the meaning of
work from the earliest age.
Our task is to re-establish continuity with the cultural traditions
that our people have been developing for thousands of years. It is to
undo the alienation and the spiritual and moral confusion caused by the
media-promoted and government-enforced multiculturalism of the past 50
years, and to instill into our people again a feeling of racial
community and racial responsibility, so that each man and each woman
understands that his or her highest responsibility is to work together
with the other members of the racial community for the welfare and
progress of the race.
We want a world where White children are born into White families,
families with both a mother and a father, where they are nurtured at
home by their mothers instead of being handed over to day-care centers
and are protected and supported by their fathers; where White children
grow up in White neighborhoods with White playmates, go to White schools
and are trained to be strong, moral, and productive citizens.
We want a society in which the education and training of children and
young people have the utmost importance; the schools from kindergarten
through the universities must have as their goal the development of each
student to his maximum potential. The schools must aim at three things:
first, at imbuing the student with a sense of racial and cultural
identity, at giving him a sense of history and of appreciation for the
traditions and culture of our people, and a sense of responsibility to
preserve and enhance the civilization he has inherited.
Second, the schools must aim at teaching the practical knowledge and
skills that each young person will need in order to take a productive
and self-supporting place in society. For some students this will be
carpentry or shopwork, for others it will be mathematics or chemistry.
The schools must recognize that students differ vastly in interests and
aptitudes, and educators must take these individual interests and
aptitudes into account and provide separate curricula to fit different
students rather than attempting to force everyone into the same mold. In
the same way the schools must recognize that men and women are
fundamentally different from each other and that their natural roles in
society are complementary rather than identical. Thus, boys and girls
need to specialize in different directions during their schooling.
The third aim of the schools must be the development of character,
the building of willpower and self-discipline and a sense of self-worth.
The schools must challenge and test and condition; they must teach the
child to endure discomfort and hardship without complaint or self-pity,
to make plans and carry them out despite the need to surmount obstacles,
to overcome fears; to accept personal responsibility and not to make
excuses for failure; to be truthful; and generally to develop and
strengthen those character traits traditionally valued by our people.
The schools must train the bodies of our young people as well as
their minds. The schools must build boys into strong, capable, and
self-confident young men worthy of becoming the fathers of the next
generation; and they must build girls into strong, capable, and
self-confident young women worthy of becoming the mothers of the next
We want an economic system that is designed and structured to serve the race
rather than any individuals or any social class. That means a system
that neither permits the accumulation of all or most of the society’s
wealth into the hands of the few, nor discourages individual initiative
and thrift. Creativity and hard work and efficiency should be able to
earn their own reward without hindrance, and sloth and ineptitude and
failure should not be rewarded at all. We should have neither a welfare
class, nor a class of super-rich plutocrats able to use their wealth to
corrupt or control the society for their own selfish advantage. People
who will not or cannot support themselves should not be supported at
public expense and should not be permitted to reproduce.
At the other extreme, curbs should be put on the accumulation of
wealth through speculation and other non-productive activities, so that
wealth is earned and the earner has produced some benefit for society in earning it.
In general, all economic activity — whether by individuals or
businesses or private institutions or the government — must be governed
by the consideration of whether it is beneficial or whether it is
harmful to the society as a whole. We want a free economy where people
can succeed or fail without interference, but at the same time there
must be safeguards for the public.
For example, a company may not manufacture cigarettes or import and
sell heroin because the economic benefit and providing work and the
income for the company’s employees or owners would be outweighed by the
harm its product does to the health of the public. Today cigarette
companies are permitted to make and sell their products despite the
enormous harm they do to the public simply because they have accumulated
enough money to corrupt the system and manipulate governmental
There’s another example: Even in an all-White country a manufacturer
might decide that he can increase his profits by moving his factory to a
non-White area where wages are much lower. This could have the effect
of driving his competitors who use White employees out of business and
that whole industry would then be dependent on non-Whites. When imports
damage a nation’s autonomy, then they must not be permitted. That of
course is contrary to the economic policy of the government today, which
is intent on globalizing America’s economy and is actually hostile to
the idea of national autonomy.
As for the government, we must have a government for which the only
consideration — just like for the economy — is what’s good for our
people, for our race, in the long term. We must never again have a
government based on party politics with politicians gaining the power to
make laws and set public policy by appealing for votes to the ignorance
or greed or fear of the lowest elements of society, with politicians
telling whatever lies will get them a place at the public trough, with
politicians who have no loyalty or sense of responsibility for the race
but only to themselves or their party making our laws. That must never
We must understand that in an age of mass media when television has
such a strong influence on the opinions of the majority of the
population, the old concept of village democracy based on a consensus
determined by free discussion and debate among responsible citizens in a
forum open to all has become meaningless. That may have worked in the
villages of two hundred years ago, but it doesn’t and can’t work that
way at a national level today.
We don’t want government by faceless media masters, not even by
non-Jewish media masters responsible only to themselves or their group,
shaping public opinion to promote their interests rather than the
interests of our race. The men who make our laws and set the policies
for our society must be able to stand up before the people and be held
responsible for their actions; but more than that — they must be men who
attain their positions on the basis of ability, character, and
commitment rather than through some backroom bargaining or through
charming the largest number of voters, Bill Clinton style.
Instead of being the object of contempt that it is today, government should be a respected institution, almost a sacred institution administered by the best and most able men in our society instead of by the worst.
Again, the most fundamental principle underlying a government for our
people must be that a purpose of government is to serve the needs of
the race, to defend the race from its enemies, and to make the race
healthy and strong again — and that’s all.
The purpose of government is not to protect individuals from their
own foolishness or weakness, or to support those who will not or cannot
support themselves. The government we want will provide overall
protection for the race and overall guidance for the race by formulating
and administering the policies to keep the race moving forward and
upward, and it will do these things with the minimum possible degree of
encroachment on the individual’s freedom.
Well, as I said, these things are all in the future. We don’t have
the means at this time to build a new society or even to halt the
ongoing destruction of our present society. We can’t begin building a
new race-based educational system or a new race-based economy or a new
race-based government now.
But we can think about these tasks now, plan for these tasks now, and
get others to think about these things too. That’s what the National
Alliance is all about — getting others to think about the future of our
people, begin assuming responsibility for it, and working with us to bring it about.
What we actually do at this time is communicate, educate, and
inspire. We catch people’s attention, give them information they
wouldn’t have otherwise and inspire them to do something about it,
either to spread to others what they have gotten from us or to join with
us in helping us do our work more effectively.
And really, that’s what you should do: become a member of the
National Alliance, support us, work with us, help us continue to grow
stronger and more effective so that eventually the day will come when we
will be able to begin implementing our plans for a new society, a new
world for our people. Everything depends on that — everything. Don’t let your people down. Don’t let yourself down. Make your life count.