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Episode 5

The state of White youth and White paranoia.

3 Comments


  1. Matt
    Nov 25, 2010

    Great podcast. I’m 17 myself right now and haven’t been a TV watcher or a gamer of any sort for almost a year now after having wasted a decade on those things. So anyway, a few more months at a muslim high school in Canada, then a few more painful years in post secondary. >.< THEN, I'm off to the homeland. Remind me not to become a lawyer before then. I'm thinking computer science. I won't be another useless under achieving white boy.


  2. Josh
    Jul 08, 2011

    I too am seventeen, and I’m not going to pretend to agree with everything this podcast says. For one thing, I admit to loving the “Lord of the Rings” online game and listening to music, among other things. But this is not a matter of black-and-whiteness: not all gamers are oblivious to the outside world and vice-versa. The unfortunate truth is that I’m proud of my Dutch heritage, and since I live right next to all-black Paterson, New Jersey, I’m dubbed a “racist.” Being labeled as such, finding a girlfriend has proved impossible; no-one wants to be associated with that “racist” kid with the Black Sabbath shirt sitting in the back of class.

    When I graduate high school, I’m going to Syracuse (a disgustingly “diverse” (ie., White-suppressing) campus) for a year, going to the Wanakena ranger campus for an Associate’s, and then back to Syracuse to get a Master’s in Forestry. Then I’m off to southern Idaho.


  3. John Wagner
    Sep 19, 2014

    On the subject of the slow maturation of young men (and young women as well). I think that maturity is something that evolves out of responsibility. Growing up poor, I got my first job at age 15 (my dad was working, like many of his generation, by age 13). If I wanted money to spend on comic books or movie tickets or a new pair of jeans, etc. I needed to keep that job. That meant showing up on time, working hard, taking care of my responsibilities, and the like. I did this out of necessity and I thank my lucky stars for it because it meant by age 18 I could take care of myself. In past generations, I think this was compounded by the fact that it was expected that you would get married by your early 20’s which meant pretty soon there were babies to take care of. All that meant as a young man you needed to have your act together, people were counting on you. Add to that the very sobering experience of being drafted into a war (as many men of past generations were), and you have a situation where most folks became fully mature adults by about age 21.
    Nowadays men (and young women) don’t need to do any of what I described above. The bar is set so incredibly low for many young people, that they never grow up because they don’t *need* to. Their overly-helpful parents, society (with all its safety nets), and the government (with all its assistance programs) make it so that you can pretty much just coast through life until at least age 30. Maybe longer.
    Add to this equation, especially for younger single men, an entertainment industry (video games, movies, comics, and other consumer products) that seeks to constantly keep us occupied with ever-greater and more distracting forms of entertainment, and you have what we have today.
    Unfortunately I don’t think this will change much until it *has to* change, either through economic hardship or civil unrest. Right now, things are still too easy. I think things will have to get worse before they can get better. I hope it’s not too late by then.

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