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RIDING THE TIDE OF HISTORY | 2005-06-04

After the Battles of Lexington and Concord many patriots made impassioned speeches.

Some demanded peace. Some demanded war.

George Washington spoke very little. He just took his seat in the legislature wearing a uniform.

His message was, "There's a war on. When you clowns get around to facing the facts, I'm ready to take over."

In the Soviet Assembly in 1917, all was confusion. The chairman of the soviet, of which the Communist Party held only a few seats, asked, "Is there any party here that would be willing to assume complete control of the country at this time?"

Lenin stood up and said, "There is such a party."

He was not playing politics. He was playing Revolution.

At this moment, everybody is trying to play politics. But there is a tide rising. The reason Europe and Canada have laws against discussing race is precisely because race is the huge wave inevitably making its way to the shore.

In the next age, someone will speak for the black race, someone will speak for the Asians, someone will speak for Hispanics.

And someone will speak for whites.

That is the tide of history.

While mealy-mouths are playing politics, whites are soon going to have to take on spokesmen. Not spokesmen for protecting the border and a melting pot. Spokesmen for WHITES.

Like Lenin and Hitler and, oddly enough, Washington, someone is going to have to see the wave and ride it. All regular politics will, quite simply, drown.