I imagine this will come up sooner or later, so I’ll address our position on race here and make this a static page. We are not race deniers here, we subscribe to the definition of race as a genetically differentiated population. Race is not the focus of this website however, it is culture. When race becomes a subject of inquiry, we approach it through a scientific lens instead of an ideological one. For example, we believe that the differences between racial groups are mostly physiological instead of psychological. So while we might occasionally concede that Race A has a higher level of tolerance towards certain illnesses while being susceptible to others, we will never say that Race A is more prone to crime and violence on account of their genetics. We believe that all men are equal in the eyes of God and we reject any notion of racial hierarchies.
That being said, we do not apply the maxim of equality to cultures. We believe that certain cultures are superior to others. As Paleoconservatives, we believe in normalizing Anglo culture within North American societies in addition to reserving the right to critique and deconstruct foreign cultures. We believe that some of the cultures outside the west are simply nasty and brutish and should be left alone. We strongly object to our two nations participating in imperialist jaunts and world policing assignments in favour of reducing immigration and preserving traditional western values at home. We also oppose any attempts made by our two nations to impose western values onto non western societies. Our values and moral beliefs are predicated upon multiple layers of factual beliefs, many of which remain inaccessible to foreign cultures and thus our moral values would be incomprehensible to them; as their beliefs would likewise be inaccessible to us.
Race versus ethnicity
The three Racial groupings tend to be rather broad and somewhat ambiguous at times (where to classify Australoids?). From a purely genetic point of view, Bay Area Guy and myself are part of the same race as Higher caste Indians (such as myself) cluster closer towards Europeans (see Sforza). However this is a meaningless association as we are also members of 2 very distinct groups, culturally, geographically, and linguistically.
Ethnicity is socially constructed and is formed at the intersection of 4 variables: Race, language, culture, and geography. Ethnicity is also temporal in nature which is why we do not refer to Italians as Romans today any more than Indians and Iranians are referred to as Aryans. But just because ethnicity is socially constructed does not mean it isn’t worth fighting for. A person’s ethnicity forms the core of his being, it regulates his interaction with the universe (vis a vis other individuals and the physical world itself) and it is supremely obnoxious to state that ethnicity is not worth fighting for just because it is socially constructed.