The State Waits for Us

People like us thrive on the seeming impossibility of our goal, and may be attracted to it partly because we’re told by voices of authority that it is forbidden. We are inspired, not discouraged, by the remoteness of our shared ambition, which will render its eventual accomplishment truly sublime.

We are building the ethnostate, a community and political entity in which our people and identity come first and form the basis of every question asked and every answer given.

The ethnostate is not an idyll, free of problems and tensions. But it is a setting in which we overcome our disputes on our own terms, without having to repeatedly renegotiate the presence and demands of other peoples who don’t share our interests and frequently manifest open hostility and even violence towards us.

Right now our leadership exists almost exclusively in social and intellectual spheres. Figures like Richard Spencer aren’t involved in formal politics, hold no official role or office, and don’t partake in the administration of the state as it is currently constituted.

It’s interesting and a little tricky to imagine how things would go if one of our people held office. But at present, with singular and ambiguous exceptions, no one in the apparatus of government is clearly advancing our project and ideals.

Although I occasionally hear suggestive rumors that some in the government are aware of us and in sympathy with our cause, suggestions of an animate internal conspiracy with a likelihood of success are chimerical–any attempt to advance our ideas in a subterranean way would be quickly discovered and suppressed, and would set us back greatly, perhaps irrevocably.

By now I’m woven into the fabric of the movement, which has increasingly displaced my “normal” existence and become my social reality. I’ve chosen the company of those who appreciate the obstacles I’ve just highlighted and continue to resist the anti-white multicultural establishment in spite of them, and perhaps even because of them.

People like us thrive on the seeming impossibility of our goal, and may be attracted to it partly because we’re told by voices of authority that it is forbidden. We are inspired, not discouraged, by the remoteness of our shared ambition, which will render its eventual accomplishment truly sublime.

But to those who remain on the sidelines of this project the matter likely appears differently. Especially to the class of people who share our frustrations with the multicultural hassle but have as yet declined to take consequential steps towards networking, organizing, and advancing our message in the marketplace of ideas and political causes, it may be difficult to justify enlisting in an undertaking whose success seems unimaginable.

Indeed, on what conceivable timeline of events could the hostile Jewish-multicultural state, with all of its kept officers, bureaucrats, and monolithic institutions, be either displaced entirely or remade into something that serves our people? To state the matter this way is to be instantly stalked by a bogeyman of inescapable hopelessness and discouragement.

Much of the weight of this discouragement has to do with the massive reality of the state itself. Say “ethnostate” and you immediately enter a long-running historical dialogue of statehood in which all the forms and roles are established … and in the possession of people who hate us. This dialogue of statehood puts us on the back foot from the start, since it seems to beg the question: if our ideas are so potent and essential, why are they wholly divorced from state power? Further, aren’t our aims and beliefs mooted and irrelevant until they are adopted by the official ministries of the state?

The problem reminds me of the conundrum I faced in college when I sought part-time employment and learned from the proprietor of a Red Lobster that I would never be able to work as a server because I lacked experience as a server. Identitarian movements are apt to rut themselves in a similar catch-22, wondering how to become an institution they are forbidden from becoming.

But it is vital to recall that none of the political grammar, theory, or official bureaucratic forms which we now inherit as “the state” existed when its early actors and theorists began to call it forth from the background of feudal Europe. Though Machiavelli and his intellectual compatriots harkened back to ancient forms, they could only look forward to the Leviathan under whose weight we have now lived for generations.

When considering the legacy of their written works, it may bring us nearer to their ultimate meaning to discard our later, prefabricated notions of statehood and instead give “state” its actual primary meaning of “condition.” Thus, when Machiavelli refers to the city-state, it’s more accurate to picture the broad and narrow circumstances of political authority in and around the city, instead of hearing “city-state” as a definitely-boundaried object that necessarily must be left or taken on its particular terms if it is to be conceived at all.

In other words, it is no decisive disappointment that we aim for a state yet appear far from attaining any official “state” heraldry or title. In articulating our aims, broadcasting our message, and attracting public attention, positive or negative, to our concerns and notions of political good, we are already having a palpable effect on the state–the conditions–of political reality.

We will capture office and give our ideals institutional reality within our lifetimes. But our endgame isn’t a Governor’s letterhead or a Senator’s magic underpants. Instead we want the sun to finally rise and shine upon a blossoming glory of our thriving people, worthy of the epic expression of a Virgil or Thomas Cole rather than an Andy Warhol or Terry Richardson.

The more our identitarian ideals influence background conditions with the sort of energy, momentum, and vitality with which they dominated the past year, and the more only we can supply answers to the vital question of our civilization’s existence, the more we will simply become the circumstances of political truth and authority–that is, the state.

Robert Carter
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Robert Carter is a law student in the northeastern United States.


  • we need a governor. we can make that happen. will be a lot of sacrifice but from our own state we will spread like a wildfire

  • We have great intellectuals and high energy supporters.

    The next step is establishing a white economy and getting business support.

    We can’t eat ideas.

  • There is no alternative to a White-majority state. Anything less is further marginalization of Whites and who knows how it will end up: (1) extinction; (2) bondage to Black & Brown; and (3) exodus to Eastern Europe; etc.

  • We need more realistic goals for the near term. We need to get white identity politics into the mainstream. Immigration and anti-white discrimination should be the main rallying points. We need to make it safe for people to speak up for whites as whites in public.

    It is best to neither call for an ethnostate nor deny that we would like one. We cannot promise that our successors in the pro-white movement will not seek an ethnostate. It is not for us to say. A white ethnostate in North America is obviously not imminent. Let’s just say that we would like to think that a white ethnostate would be possible some time in the future, but for now we just want to increase white racial consciousness.

    We don’t absolutely need an ethnostate by any particular date. The important thing is to get our message into the mainstream. This includes speaking out against miscegenation. If no whites race-mixed, then there would be plenty of whites to create an ethnostate well into the future. Getting the ability to speak out against miscegenation without fear of persecution should be a top priority.

    • good points. I think attacking affirmative action and/or getting those that discriminate against our views prosecuted is a way of accomplishing what u said. white ethno can happen tomorrow if we really were willing. a lot more people are with us than we or they know, they just don’t know how to describe it or go about it. I was one such person 2.5 years ago that would have jumped in for 10 yrs had I know there actually was a movement

      • I hope you are right about people being with us.

        What holds us back is the difficulty in getting the message out. Whites have not “chosen” the current path they are on, i.e. towards demographic replacement and extinction. They were led into it by degrees, with careful control of every message they received through the mass media, education system, church, and other modes. White identity politics has been put off-limits. This is done via top-down control of the message. People who realize that white identity politics is needed are afraid to speak up about it for fear of reprisals. Many in our society are deeply committed to keeping white identity politics suppressed. Jews, for instance, either consciously or subconsciously realize that white identity politics would be bad for them. Once non-Jewish whites realize that they have group interests, it is only a matter of time before they realize that Jews have different group interests.

        • People who realize that white identity politics is needed are afraid to speak up about it for fear of reprisals”


          Jews, for instance, either consciously or subconsciously realize that white identity politics would be bad for them”

          again exactly. now people finally see it, we have a base they cant stop and trump woke everyone up. either trump will do what has to be done or everyone will turn to us. we continue to normalize it and give people a place to go. just have to make sure to stay united.

  • Jews used to be monotheist. They believed their God is only true God while all other gods are false. As Yahweh said, “Thou shalt have no other gods before Me.”

    So, Jews believed there is only one true God, and that God favors Jews above all other peoples. All other gods of all other gentiles are false and beneath contempt.

    Ever since Jews abandoned God, they’ve replaced worship of God with self-worship as the Master Race. Their new god is the Glob, the god of globalism controlled by themselves, Jewish Supremacists.


    Therefore, ALL PEOPLES(gentiles) must surrender their own nations to mass invasion & migration and forgo any sense of ethno-national identity.

    The ONLY nation they must believe in, support, defend, and honor is Israel, which is to be a JEWISH state where ONLY JEWS are allowed to immigrate.

    Jews went from monotheism to mono-ethnicism, a conviction that ONLY THE JEWISH ETHNICITY is sacred and worthy of preservation, not least with the blind devotion by gentiles of the world to Jews as their masters.

    When Jews say humanity must abandon nationalism, they really mean gentiles must abandon their false nationalisms and worship & serve the one true nationalism of the Jews. So, all of gentile humanity are to become a mixed-and-matched bag of glob-mob without strong identities of their own.

    As for their hunger for identity, it shall be satiated by serving the strong eternal identity of the Jews and their Jewish state. Gentiles must vicariously ‘share’ in the glory and supremacy of the Jews.

    • That was an interesting theological/political summary of world history.

      Short and to the point.

      But, in the much longer real world, international jews did some other things. Read Winston Churchill’s “Zionism vs Communism – battle for the Jewish soul”.

      Yeah, Jews did things like Communism, liberalism, Trotskyism, Frankfurt School, Neo Conservatism, now it’s mostly just

      Anti Trump
      Trump supporters are Fascists, Racists

      Jews are another oppressed non White minority, natural allies of Muslim immigrants, BlackLiesMatter etc.

  • It won’t be easy. It’s very likely none of us will live to see that sunrise: but that never stopped our ancestors, now did it? No, each individual themself knowing they may never see the world they bled for simply drove them further, knowing the dream was not a selfish vision of self-gratification, but instead a gift for those who inherit the earth after us.

  • Just some advice. Edit your work better. I notice some grammatical errors. We need to be professional.

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