July 19, 2009

Reveries on Ordering-Out

Earlier this afternoon, while working on a YouTube video project with some of my colleagues from North East White Pride, I got hungry and, because I was too busy to prepare lunch, decided to order out. I called up a local pizza joint and ordered a steak bomb with pickles and mayonnaise. That's where the problem started.

Although I considered myself fortunate, that I didn't have to not "press two for Spanish," my sensibilities were still assaulted by the sequence of events that transpired. There was nothing particularly unusual about the events - they're common enough in this medium-sized suburb of Boston with a population that is 10-15% non-White. They happen to me every time I order out, regardless of which restaurant I order from.

As soon as the foreign-sounding person on the phone answered, he shouted, "pick-up or delivery," in a version of English I could barely comprehend. I answered, "delivery." Because I'm a semi-regular customer, he already had my address and shouted it down the telephone-line for me to confirm. Which I did. He then mumbled the cost, first saying it was ten dollars and some amount of change that was inaudible and then quickly correcting himself by saying it was eight dollars and something (the change amount was again, incomprehensible), and told me it would be "about 30 minutes."

About 15 minutes later there was a knock on my door. I answered it, the delivery person of foreign origin stared at me, vaguely insolently, saying nothing. I asked how much the total was and he stated flatly, "eight dollars." I handed him a ten and told him to keep the change, he grunted and walked away.

This exchange reminded me of Robert Putnam's (Harvard's lead diversity expert) recent study that found that multi-culturalism is a community killer. After a career, spanning 30 years, promoting the propaganda that "diversity is our strength" he finally actually studied the matter and found - what those of us not living in an ivory tower, already knew - diversity is destroying us. He says his study shows that, "in the presence of diversity, we hunker down", he said. "We act like turtles. The effect of diversity is worse than had been imagined. And it’s not just that we don’t trust people who are not like us. In diverse communities, we don’t trust people who do look like us."

This is just a convoluted way of saying people of different backgrounds, world-views, customs, and traditions do not a community make. Because it seems that all of the restaurants in my area are owned and operated by foreigners, I am reminded of this fact, every time I order out.

Twenty years ago, when this part of north-eastern Massachusetts was 99% White, ordering out was a pleasant experience. You'd call up, banter with the guy on the phone - in most cases you probably knew him or at least one of his relatives - if it was a girl that answered you'd maybe flirt a little, some young kid would deliver the pizza, there'd be a pleasant exchange and you'd have your food, feeling pretty good about the world.

Whether or not it is because of a language barrier, a cultural barrier, or because they are taught by the current lords of diversity to think of themselves as victims and thus believe themselves to have a right, nay a duty, to be disrespectful to White men, ordering from these foreigners is always a disjunctive and enraging experience.

Over the last half-century or so, much has been made of the rise in "mental illnesses" (depression, anxiety, and other "stress" related maladies) that require medical expertise and prescription drugs to treat. The increase, in such "illness," parallels, almost perfectly, the demographic change in this nation over the same period. It's clear that multi-culturalism is, in part, responsible for this surge and that this increased alienation is responsible for the general breakdown of community life in America.

This increased alienation is, in turn, partially responsible for the surge in crime, the number of failed marriages, the amount of teenage pregnancy, promiscuity and sexual perversity, drug abuse (both street and prescription). Much of which exacerbate, the already barely manageable, disjunction caused by "diversity."

These developments should make one thing clear - diversity is our destruction. It's true aim is the death of White America. We must stop the "browning of America" and restore our customs, traditions, and culture or the American Experiment will surely fail. As a result American civilization will collapse and we will all, regardless of cultural origins, suffer the consequences.


Jaedda Felagund said...

Excellent post.

It is so easy to see the 'rise of diversity' being in correlation to so many other recent problems!

Why can't others make this connection?!?!?!?

I have similar experiences like this all the time. I live in the Pacific North West and growing up it was 99% White, but now the mestizos are moving here in droves, also liberal Californians are moving up here after abandoning their social engineering project state. The result has been an absolute collapse in any type of Community vibe (pardon my Generation X lingo, to put it another way: National Socialists spoke of 'Folkish' community)

Good blog!

Russell A. James said...

Hello Jaedda,

"It is so easy to see the 'rise of diversity' being in correlation to so many other recent problems!

You really can correlate so much that is wrong with America to liberal ideas like the multi-cult. It's really hard to understand why others aren't making the connection.

Although I'm not NS - I think that socialism in all of it's forms is so unnatural outside of the family or clan that it is always doomed to fail. That said, NS has a lot of good ideas that WNs should borrow. The folkish concept is one of 'em.

Kronprinz Wilhelm said...

Magnificent my friend, simply magnificent post!

I also like to look for underlying causes for society's behavior, through the understanding of social phychology -- and your article so justly describes EVERYTHING that I, living in the 'jew yawk' city suburbs, have and routinely encounter from insolent, arrogant minorities!

Again, mucho thanks! Keep writing pieces like this one!

Russell A. James said...


"Again, mucho thanks! Keep writing pieces like this one!"

I'm glad you liked it. I plan to write many, many more like it.