So I’m a Racist; Now What? A Practical Guide for Average White Racists in Day-to-Day Life


– 6 September 2016 –


Patulcius-sqI took the red pill on race many years ago, well before the term “red pill” existed.

Oddly enough it was the old tabloid the Weekly World News that got me started. It seems like every week, along with tales of Bat Boy or Sasquatch, the Weekly World News published some bizarre article about Adolf Hitler. The ghost of Hitler appeared in an erupting volcano, or Hitler was a secret extraterrestrial agent from the Andromeda galaxy, or Hitler’s still alive in Antarctica almost fifty years after World War II. To my teenaged self, this Hitler guy was fascinating, all the more as I studied him. A man who could transform a whole country and march it according to his vision. I cut pictures of my hero out of this tabloid and pasted them inside a cabinet to hide them from my mother and my friends. Kind of creepy, really, but teenagers do stupid things.

Since that time in the mid-nineties, my views on race (and a few years later my views on gender and religion), have pretty much developed along the red pill path. Only the political vehicles and forms of expression have changed.


Who would have thunk that a goofy tabloid would turn 1990’s teenagers into racists?

But I have never really stopped hiding my views in a sort of mental cabinet from the general public.

Until recent months, I often used to “cuck out” when discussing controversial issues (if I use that term correctly). I pretended to hold views that are acceptable to the general brain-washed public, representing myself as a libertarian or as a free-thinker, rather than expressing or defending views that are pro-white, traditional-Christian, American. I liked to emphasize that I treat people as individuals rather than seeing them as a collective, although in fact I assess people in both lights. At my bravest, I occasionally expressed support for freedom of association if the subject of race came up.

At one time, I might have called this concealment a form of discretion. I was taught as a kid that it wasn’t polite to bring up politics or religion. But my real motivation to avoid these subjects has been rooted in cowardice. I didn’t want the people I met to hate me; I didn’t want to deal with their outrage or ridicule.

The reason I bring this up isn’t to demonstrate what a nutless wonder I’ve been. I’m hoping that it will help racially-awakened whites to handle the same problem: how to deal with a diverse public in our day-to-day lives.

I have a feeling that most people who have awakened to racial reality, or other non-egalitarian realities, have lied about their views to people when the subjects have come up. Especially those who came to these realizations only recently.

What good is the red-pill worldview if one doesn’t apply it in real life? How are we supposed to treat minority friends and co-workers, or even liberals or other degenerates, whom we actually like? How should we live out our lives in a society that hates us?


Like Peter Brady training to fight the bully Buddy Hinton, the individual racially-awakened white man must train himself to defend his beliefs in everyday life.

My Day-to-Day Experiences

Personally, for the past year or so, I’ve challenged myself to stop being a chickenshit and to stand up for my beliefs when the subject has come up.

In practice, this doesn’t mean that I’ve beaten people over the head with my viewpoints, or that I’ve jumped at every opportunity to express them. I still practice careful discretion; I just refuse to compromise my beliefs for the sake of appeasing others. I refuse to be a hypocrite.

There have been times when I’ve simply declined to talk about a particular subject when asked. I would fail in my duties as husband and father if I got myself fired from my job because I foolishly discussed racial politics with some asshole who I could never persuade anyhow.

Still, I’ve kept my eyes open for the potentially persuadable.

Once broaching the subject, I was surprised at how often people have expressed agreement or sympathy with my views. So far, almost all of these have been white men. Generally I don’t talk at length to many women or minorities; when I do, I’m not eager to discuss race or politics with them. I don’t look for pointless fights.

In two cases, these men were surprised that anyone else had heard of this “Alt-Right” thing, just as I was surprised about them. It was a relief for these guys to speak openly about these issues. Yes, unrestricted blacks or non-white immigration pose serious problems for our society. Yes, women should not serve with men in the military. Often they don’t agree with me on everything, and that’s fine. I want open discussion, not indoctrination.

A few others, all conservatives, haven’t agreed very much, but they were at least willing to discuss the issues openly and without animus.

In most other cases where I’ve expressed my views, the other people have shown some level of agreement, but I can tell that they either don’t really agree or they don’t care about the subject. They are only playing along with me the way I myself had towed the politically correct line with others.

Many who express their opinions to others don’t realize that, even in one-on-one confidential conversations, the people who seem to enthusiastically share their views are really just chickenshits who don’t agree, don’t care, or don’t want to reveal their own ignorance. They will nod and laugh with the liberals just as readily as with libertarians or establishment conservatives or New York Yankees fans. Don’t let yourself get stabbed in the back by these idiots.

I have a black co-worker who rejoiced at the recent Supreme Court decision in favor of affirmative action that denied white students admission to the University of Texas in favor of a less qualified minorities. He wondered what the students who filed suit were even thinking. I simply said, “As whites become just another minority in this country, you can expect them to start fighting with all the other groups for their piece of the pie.” He had nothing to say. I managed to uphold my side without excess force or offense.

So far, I have yet to encounter someone, on the subject of race, who flat out berated me or expressed hostility to my views. Admittedly, however, I’ve not directly addressed these subjects with people who are likely to disagree. This is a process that one works up to.

And, as I said, my goal isn’t to go out of my way to challenge people, but to avoid being a hypocrite or a coward. To be willing to stand up and fight when confronted.


We might find ourselves outnumbered and outgunned, but we must prepare ourselves to stand up like men even when we expect defeat. Cowards never really win, but brave men never really lose.

Some Practical Advice

I’m assuming that the white racist will most often find himself alone in an argument, often outnumbered. My advice fits that particular scenario. If there’s a pack of fellow racists against a few Leftist weenies, that’s a different animal altogether. Red meat. Also, this advice is about face-to-face, real-world discussion, not online discussions, which again are a totally different creature.

  • Realize that most white people aren’t comfortable with the subject of race. It will frighten them. Feed them a little at a time. And not too much in one dose. Often speak about safer subjects that they care about in order to avoid becoming overbearing. If they are receptive, then they won’t even notice the evolution of the discussions over several weeks. If you only speak to the listener once, consider the discussion a nudge. In any case, the most effective communication is tailored to the intended audience. It’s best to express issues in terms or in arenas that the listener is comfortable with.
  • Show discretion. Choose your battles and tactics carefully. Don’t go out of your way to provoke a fight. You aren’t going to persuade your enemies. At best, you might win a few sympathizers among the spectators if you perform well. But is it worth losing your job or your family? I’d say not. It’s about upholding your honor and integrity, not crushing every insect that comes along. And those sympathizers won’t watch your back, I guarantee it.
  • Know why you believe what you believe, and defend your beliefs when necessary or when you’ve got something to gain (or nothing to lose).
  • Stay calm. Go into the battle not expecting to advance, just to hold your ground. What would you gain by winning an argument with an idiot anyhow? You can’t hold your ground when you’ve lost your temper.
  • Don’t ever lie about your views or misrepresent them. Either refuse to discuss the issue at all or express your views in the most patient and tolerant way that still represents the truth. For example, some soft-hearted, mushy-brained cuckservative says that we should bring in more refugees because “we’re a nation of immigrants.” Rather than simply shrugging, say something like “we are a nation of immigrants, yes, but with similar cultural and ethnic backgrounds, and besides, our country doesn’t need any more immigrants these days. Any immigration program should benefit the people of our country, not the immigrants.” If the cuck is pissed off, at least you showed moderation.
  • When talking to minorities or women, it’s best to be especially discrete. Either, once again, say you’d rather not discuss the issues, or give them simple, general (but truthful) answers until you can figure out their angle. Usually with women I just say I’m old-fashioned, that I think it was better when men felt the need to take care of their women and children before themselves and when women felt the need to care for their husbands and children at home. I refer to the types of lives that most of our grand-parents or great-grandparents lived, and if the feminist doesn’t agree, then just point to the culture and say, “look at our society when everyone lives for only themselves.” With minorities, I recommend trying to demonstrate that particular non-whites have their own nations of people, and whites have our nations also. Shouldn’t every nation have the right to self-determination? Such arguments probably won’t persuade these groups one bit, but maybe they’re worth a shot in some cases. If these opposing groups point and shriek, then they’re too far gone anyhow. No need to continue the discussion.
  • Know when you’re being set up for a trap. A sudden interest in your points of view, with a lot of detailed questions, should raise alarm bells. If you’re at work, this could be an attempt to get you fired. At the very least you might end up on YouTube, conveniently edited to sound as scary and ignorant as possible.
  • Remember that very few people really care what you think. Stay humble.

How Should We Deal With Minority/Liberal Friends and Co-Workers?


Janus-smallPersonally, I often like other races. I find most foreigners fascinating when they’re not invading my damned country en masse. I don’t even really mind a few minorities who seem to be assimilating to American culture and religion.

Moreover, I have met and liked many individual non-whites and liberals and even homosexuals. I’ve got friends who have married very nice women of other races. Honestly, I wouldn’t want to hurt any of these people.

How does one balance his abstract, collective views on race and morality, issues that he knows to be true, with the individual people that he meets every day, many of whom he cares about? This apparent conflict will be difficult for a lot of racially-awakened people.

We can handle this in two ways. We can openly live out our racism in such a way that everyone quickly realizes our views. We refuse to associate personally with blacks, Jews, and other undesirables. We somehow make it plain that we don’t want them around us, either by wearing swastikas or simply telling them so. In one sense there is freedom in this approach. You don’t have to worry about hypocrisy. You’ll quickly burn through your unsympathetic friends and family and jobs, and then you can build a new life as an open, active racist. It’s not an easy road, as you will suffer persecution. But there is honor in it certainly. This is the die-hard road.

The other road is to live our lives pretty much as normal but stand up for our views when needed and refuse to misrepresent them otherwise. Try to find people who can be persuaded, or red-pilled, to your point of view over time. Win converts that way. We live in an occupied land, like a Christian living in a strict Muslim country, and for most of us, it makes sense to keep a low profile while staying true to our beliefs. This method represents the underground road.

But to those who choose the easier road, don’t get in the way of the die-hards. And support them behind the scenes if they are honorable. Die-hards might deride the crypto-racists as weak and cowardly, while some of the behind-the-scenes racists might look at the die-hards as low-brow or white trash. Certainly there are plenty of cowardly hypocrites, as I have been, and also plenty of white trash dysfunctional crooks among the die-hards. But if the honorable die-hards can work with the honorable underground types, then we can all accomplish a great deal.

As far as dealing with minorities of all stripes, it’s like an Old West cavalryman who was friends with a local Indian. The two might have hit it off just fine, hunting and fishing together and perhaps even one man risking his own life to save the other. But the cavalryman knew that the Indian would always side with his own people, just as the Indian knew that the cavalryman would side with his fellow Americans. In war, the best that the two could hope for was that each man would treat the other honorably, even while they were fighting to the death.


It wasn’t uncommon during times of peace between the various Indian Wars for individual American soldiers and individual Indians to respect one another and become friends. Yet each knew that the other stood with his own people.

During the period of America’s westward expansion, many Indians and whites had similar relationships. Friends during peace, enemies during war. Some Indians, of course, completely embraced the white man’s ways while rejecting those of their people, and they mixed into our people almost without a trace. Some whites did the same with the Indians, betraying their own people and becoming Indian, as much as was possible.

Today, most minorities will side with their own people when it comes to conflict. The homos will side with the other homos. Many of our people will side with these other groups also, just as some few of them will choose our side. As far as half-breeds, I consider them unfortunate but I’m personally willing to accept them if they are assimilated, few as they are here in the United States.

When the time for conflict arises, we must expect to fight our enemies whomever they are, from whatever direction they come. Even former friends.

As with dealing with the public and our co-workers, we must be honest with our friends when the subject of race (or religion or whatever issue) comes up. They may reject us for our views, but if we are gracious and honorable with our words, remembering the perspectives of others and showing mercy and respect to them as individuals, then they might accept us on our terms as we accept them. If they reject us, then what kind of friends were they anyway?

There is nothing wrong with showing empathy and mercy towards our enemies, but we must always remember whose side we’re on.

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