Australians today live amongst a horde of non-European races; multiculturalism is the dogma of the establishment as they realise there is no possible way to ‘assimilate’ people of such different genealogies; religions and cultures.
History teaches us that nations cannot be intermingled for long; whether it’s the Indonesian revolutions in in 1965 or the Australian rebellion in 1861 ; The natural sentiment of people of all races is to preserve a region for their own kindred, to enable social cohesion, and a sense of community which modern science has generally labelled ‘social capital’.
Professor Robert D Putnam’s book “Bowling Alone” presents an enormous study on the relationship between racial diversity and ‘social capital’ revealing that in the United States, places which are racially diverse see fewer people vote, they volunteer less, they are less likely to give to charity and work on community projects. In the most diverse communities, neighbours trust one another about half as much as they do in the most homogeneous settings. The study, the largest ever on civic engagement in America, found that virtually all measures of civic health are lower in more diverse settings.
The executive director of the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition; Ali Noorani, said “We can’t ignore the findings,” when confronted with the stats. The very empirical research into the subject of “diversity and social capital” is accelerating and revealing in an undeniable manner the threat posed to Australian communities by the large influx of non-European migrants.
Does not Australia in many places today too reflect this reality? Does not the Australian growing up in White Australia leave his car and home unlocked whilst in a diverse neighbourhood he locks his doors; hides from his neighbours and is always cautious?
Australians, if asked to choose between racial diversity and a sense of national community; they would demand national community almost every time, It should be the goal of nationalists in the future to illuminate the stark contrast between diversity and community; community must be our goal, mission and ultimately our catchphrase.