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In Defense of Boomers

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It has become fairly common to hear people in these circles speak about white baby boomers with increasing animosity. The basic idea is that the last generation of whites raised in a largely white country could have worked together to prevent the browning of America and its related troubles if they had only fought the Jewish and liberal elites harder when there was a greater chance of democratically and peacefully preventing this transformation. In a recent article on, Vincent Law writes: “[American baby boomers] and their European equivalents have allowed and encouraged the ruin of the White world.”[1] This is a very strong statement–and an odd one coming from someone who is sincerely concerned with saving the white race from its current path towards destruction.

There are two factors that should be considered when tempted to make such sweeping statements about any particular group of whites: first and foremost is the role of historical cultural and racial power dynamics; second, the need to attract converts to White Nationalism regardless of age, class, or any number of other sub-categorical considerations. Ignoring the first factor comes dangerously close to distracting from the real problem: Jews. The second factor is obviously essential and any logic that prevents whites from feeling welcome in this movement should be immediately discarded as counter-productive as long as there is no real or implied ideological compromise. But in critiquing the false and distracting notion of the “Eternal Boomer” we must be careful not to become overly harsh because, ultimately, the impulse towards “anti-boomerism” originates in a healthy place.

To ascribe blame for the current state of white America to whites born and raised prior to the effects of the Hart-Celler Act of 1965, with which Jews opened wide the gates of America to legions of hostile foreign peoples, is to suggest that they were fully aware of what was in store for the future. This is simply a variation on the “white suicide” argument. As the blogger Tanstaafl writes: “To call what’s happening ‘suicide’ flies in the face of the reality that many Whites [sic] are either ignorant of what’s happening or continue to labor under the ‘non-discrimination’ deception, and that others are subjected to punishment for speaking out in opposition. When a group of people is deliberately guided toward extinction by deception and coercion, that’s genocide not suicide.”[2] This was certainly the case with white baby boomers. Indeed, it is still the case with shockingly large amounts of white people today who are living right now with the deleterious effects of this demographic transformation to a degree that young boomers could not even imagine yet remain convinced that it is both a beneficial and moral occurrence.

Raised with carefully-crafted Jewish movies and news, imposed Jewish social taboos, and with a more or less explicit acceptance of the worst of Christian morality (“love thy neighbor,” “turn the other cheek”), it would have taken an extraordinarily prescient and insightful individual to see through the madness. And then, unlike now, he would have had an incredibly hard time finding someone with whom to discuss such issues or find any sense of political community. Baby boomers can hardly be blamed for not anticipating Somali gang wars in Minnesota, female genital mutilation in Michigan, Muslim jihadists in California, or demands for white-free spaces on college campuses. There was very little information available to which they could have turned to find out the truth about Jewish power, capitalist internationalism, and race realism.[3] Consider for a moment your own awakening: what resources did you use and with whom did you discuss your newfound insights? Most likely it was largely an internet-based exposure to various “thought-criminals” and your discussions were with very few people–if any. Now consider how you would have fared in 1950s and 1960s America.

Hostility towards baby boomers is itself a remnant of conservative thinking which, sadly, still exists in this movement. It prioritizes culture over race, something which White Nationalists should (and usually do) reject on principle. It also places blame on whites for being hoodwinked by Jews. It is a sociopolitical manifestation of the concept of caveat emptor. One cannot accept the reality of Jewish power and still blame average whites for their ignorance about those subjects most dear to White Nationalists. Without access to knowledge, one cannot make informed decisions. And although it is hard to understand for most White Nationalists, who are by definition unusually intellectually curious and open-minded, most people were and are content to remain ignorant of uncomfortable truths and to seek solace under the sand when something disturbs their preconceived notions of reality. Most people seek little but comfort and happiness and will gravitate towards those who actually or seemingly provide it. This is a fact of life. But, in keeping with the White Nationalist commitment to accepting the fundamentals of human nature as they are, this should be used in our favor.

A relatively small movement with grand ideas needs numbers. In order to attract numbers, certain basic social and psychological needs must be met. One of these is, as mentioned above, comfort. Whites who are sympathetic to us must be made comfortable and welcome unless they become hostile or are caught deliberately trying to steer others in the wrong direction. White Nationalism can and should provide the sense of communal security that is achingly absent in the much of the real world for so many people. Many baby boomers are keenly aware that there is a serious problem in this country but they don’t have the same access to information as do younger people. They are not sure where to turn for information. They often don’t even know what information they should seek. Additionally, they have added decades of brainwashing with which to contend. But it is in our interest to remain patient and try to provide the missing links for them. The nascent White Nationalist network needs patrons, needs job opportunities, and needs stability, and baby boomers are in a position to provide such things if they are not, as a generation, characterized as irredeemable race traitors and alienated and mocked by those with whom they might very well find common ground.

That having been said, however, it is important to understand that White Nationalism is not an extension of conservatism. It is a radical political movement. It exists only to the extent that its members have freed themselves from the stranglehold of baseless social taboos and obedient reverence for the symbols and ideas of racial destruction. Such freedom is generally found in higher proportions among younger age groups and it is absolutely crucial to cultivate it. It is grounded in an energetic, pugilistic optimism as well as a healthy detachment from stifling and often incomprehensibly backwards social mores. When all is said and done, this youthful vitality is more important to the cause than the comfort of any baby boomers within the movement.

Fortunately, however, there are numerous strategies for recruitment and there are movement figures whose various personal styles can accommodate just about every basic human temperament. A generational détente is certainly called for, but it is a two-way street: the young must be patient with the old, and the old must be patient with the young.

Baby boomers must understand that engaging in radical politics requires a degree of radical expression that might make them feel uncomfortable at times. They also need to understand that White Nationalists of all ages are angry for very good, easily defensible reasons and that they might sometimes be caught in the crossfire if they say something stupid at the wrong time. With maturity should come the ability to learn from such interactions rather than shut them out.

Likewise, the young must understand that older whites have more psychological blocks to overcome to reach White Nationalism and that some patience, respect, and civility are in order when older whites don’t fully grasp the ideas presented to them. As long as we are always unflinchingly honest about our political project and do not ever attempt to veil its radical nature, we have nothing to lose and everything to gain by tolerating the bell curve of awareness among whites who demonstrate some sympathy or genuine curiosity. And, most importantly, never forget that this is genocide, not suicide.


1. Vincent Law, “Boomers Are a Menace to Identitarian Movements Around the White World,”, May 1, 2017, (accessed May 30, 2017).

2. Tanstaafl, “The Suicide Meme,” Age of Treason, May 26, 2010, (accessed May 30, 2017).

3. It is worth noting that the “Red Scare,” while understandable, probably did more to push American patriotism in the direction of unqualified support for international capital and against true white interests than anything else in this century. It virtually eliminated the vital history of non-Jewish socialism and labor activism from civil discourse and forced those with intellectual tendencies in that direction to ally themselves with the Judaized Left.


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  1. Margot Metroland
    Posted May 31, 2017 at 4:17 am | Permalink

    I thank the author for having cracked the egg on this topic, and giving a swift tour d’horizon of the strange issue, with which some readers may be unfamiliar. There are several fallacies to the anti-Boomer argument, and the author nails some of them. Another one is so obvious it’s scarcely worth mentioning. A Boomer born in 1960 was not aware of or responsible for Hart-Celler. Neither was a Boomer born in 1950. Boomers did not force race-mixing in the armed forces, legalize interracial marriage, or encourage licentiousness under the guise of ‘the sexual revolution.’ Boomers did not dethrone all-American literati and replace them with beatniks, homosexuals and Jews.

    If you wish a generation to blame, then it makes far more sense to blame the Grifters—those born roughly between 1910 and 1945, who ratified these trends and brought much of this degeneracy into being. Or blame their parents (sorry, no cute moniker as yet). They gave us two world wars, Communism, and everything that still cascades from those glorious gifts.

    • Michael Bell
      Posted May 31, 2017 at 6:48 am | Permalink

      Technically, if you REALLY want to get down to the origins of our problems, then it’s really the fault of the generation that allowed Jews to immigrate to the colonies.

      I would even take it further. It was the fault of the “Ramses” generation of Ancient Egypt that could have stamped out the future progenitors of communism, feminism, “free love,” etc. Instead, they set them free into the desert to begin their quest of global subversion. tsk tsk

      • Carpenter
        Posted May 31, 2017 at 5:53 pm | Permalink

        The Pharaoh did nothing wrong.

      • HumptyDumptyParumpty
        Posted June 1, 2017 at 5:48 am | Permalink

        ^ False Comparison: Boomers are still alive

    • gene
      Posted June 2, 2017 at 6:48 am | Permalink

      Thanks to Donald for this. It’s long overdue. I’ve often thought of tackling the subject from a white nationalist perspective, but since I had already addressed it from a different angle (see below) I haven’t yet gotten around to it.

      Below is a piece I put up on a blog that I can’t even locate now, thus putting it all here. It’s addressed to a popular environmentalist blogger. I should state that while I am not a leftist in any way, shape or form, I am an environmentalist. I do believe climate change is real and at least partly man made. Where I differ is that I do not think that man can deal with it. In short, for every person or country that sacrifices, another will take advantage of the situation to better their financial situation.

      Forgive the writing style which is a bit stiff, but I think there are some points that aren’t but should be mentioned.

      Boomers Are The Damn Devil
      by Eugene Downs
      John Michael Greer is one of the sharpest thinkers on the enviro/peak-oil scene today. But it’s his insightful historical commentary that is perhaps his strongest attribute.
      Recently, JMG posted an essay titled ‘2030 is The New 2012′ in which he excoriated Baby Boomers, even referring to them as a “historical tragedy”! I often see the younger set engaging in Boomer-bashing on the internet and was very surprised to find JMG a member of that club.
      I understand where he’s coming from: In the 1970s alternatives to the fossil fuel lifestyle were presented, considered, dabbled but ultimately rejected. That rejection will cause us undue hardship much sooner than would have been necessary had we made better choices at the time. The people who were around then are necessarily to blame. Among those people were a lot of Baby Boomers. They failed to subvert the dominant paradigm … and the world will be better off when they are gone. Baby Boomers, bath water, all of it.
      I’m inclined to agree. If for no other reason than that humans have reached infestation levels in terms of population, and the planet could use a break from our kind. But to say that Baby Boomers specifically are bad (idealistic but privileged and hypocritical) is like condemning humans for being human. In fact, it IS condemning humans for being humans.
      Baby Boomers created neither the phenomenon of their great number (blame that randy Greatest Generation bunch), nor the ideals which Greer condemns them for abandoning. Brainstorming a list of liberal Sixties leaders/icons reveals no actual Baby Boomers: MLK, the Kennedys, LBJ, Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Timothy Leary, Rachel Carson, Gloria Steinem, Betty Friedan, Jack Kerouac, Cesar Chavez, Jane Fonda, John Lennon, Franklin and Elanor Roosevelt, Abbie Hoffman, even Bob Dylan – no boomers! The liberalism of the Boomers was well in place, or at the very least its wheels solidly in motion, while they were still children or yet unborn.
      Neither did they create the prosperity that made their privilege and ideals possible (Greatest Generation again, pesky overachievers). Prosperity is important. Prosperity creates liberal attitudes. In fact, in a nutshell, the reason the Sixties era thinking ended is because the parents stopped paying the tab. College students graduated; and everybody has to eat. And children didn’t stay with mom and dad till middle age like they do now, it was socially unacceptable.
      [Can you imagine? There once was a time when there actually were things that were socially unacceptable. I think it was called a ‘culture’. The Boomers sure killed that deader’n Hell. Guilty as charged. Hang us for THAT one.]
      When you’re confronted with having to get a job, with wanting to start a family, all that liberal idealism tends to evaporate rather quickly. Family is the bottom line for most people. Not one of us would save the entire whale genus over the life of their own child. Selling out your ideals is no small price to pay for your family’s happiness, but it happens to the great majority of us.
      Were the Boomers privileged? You’re darn right they were (though the poor are a constant historical fixture, even during this time of America’s greatest prosperity). Their parents grew up during the Great Depression or it’s lingering aftermath, and they had nothing as children. Like all who are denied, they did their best to see that their children had everything they did not. Can we blame the children for this?
      The Sixties social explosion was a reaction to the over-starched cultural stiffiness (we could do with a little starch nowadays) of earlier decades fueled by post-war prosperity. The only coherent goal of those relative few – and they WERE but a minority – who were ideologically disposed was to end the Vietnam war. And they did that. Everything else was just a party. And parties end. And when they end you get a job and take your place in the economy … just … like … everybody … else.
      [What no mention of the Civil Rights movement? That struggle reached its apogee in 1964 when even the oldest Boomers were only sixteen years of age, and the youngest still exiting wombs. Again, boomers deserve neither the credit nor the blame.]
      The truth is that most people have no great plans or ideas about the future, and certainly not to change the world. Most just grab onto whatever employment they can and succeed or fail within the parameters of the game as it has existed since well before the Baby Boomers came along.
      You can attempt to change the world, but the reality is that you will run into brick wall after brick wall after brick wall. So then you give up on the world and decide to change just you. And when you do that you find that you are suddenly very alone in the world. Alone, and poor, and unhappy. That is the reality of change. It mostly doesn’t happen by force of will. You take on the system and you lose. Things work the way the work because they work THAT WAY. Why on Earth would the Boomers not abandon their childish fantasies, er, rather, their ideals? Who wants to be following the Grateful Dead around in their 60s? That’s just pathetic.
      Most people are not creative, most people aren’t thinkers. Most people just want to eat well, have sex on a regular basis, and watch a football game on the weekend. Change? I hope we can get beyond change. We could do with a little stasis, if we could only just get to a good stopping point, a good place to get off the frickin’ bus.
      I once, in a song I wrote, raised a question “look around you, is this the world you would have created?” Do you really think people consider such questions? They don’t even ask, let alone try to come up with alternatives. If post-Boomer generations do consider alternatives, is it not possibly because those ideas percolated up from the Sixties/Seventies (The check? In the mail?), and that conditions now allow for or dictate those alternatives … the outcomes of which will be promptly abandoned if the post-prosperity economic scenarios JMG writes about don’t come to pass? (I’m convinced that they will, by the way.) This current generation of young iconoclastic movers and shakers is no different from any other. They will want homes and families and prosperity just like every other generation before it, and if the opportunity presents itself, the vast majority will take that opportunity, ideals be damned. People find their place in the game as it exists, they don’t start a new game. Let’s not flatter ourselves.
      But who are these Boomers Greer writes about anyway? I don’t recognize these people. I was born in 1957, most all of my friends are Boomers. I know precious few (as in none) who fit the description. Most of my friends have never had enough money to merit the criticism JMG levels so scattershot at them. Most of us are just getting by, some of us barely surviving! But none of us have abandoned our ideals, not one. Some are socialists, some are environmentalists. Some of us are Republicans! As for myself, I am currently undergoing a bit of what I will call a ‘radical fine tuning’ of my beliefs, but I’m still the staunch environmentalist that I’ve been since the very first Earth Day. As for my friends who are living the typical middle class lifestyle, they never embraced any of the Sixties/Seventies liberal values anyway.
      And there were a great many around in the Seventies who were not hippies and such, myself included (I embraced the music and the liberal ideology, that’s bad enough. I left the drugs and general cultural silliness alone.). And many of those “Squares” fought valiantly against environmentalism and all the other crazy new ideas floating around back then. I can’t say that I blame them – the one thing we forgot when choosing our founding ideals of Life, *LIBERTY*, and the *PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS* is how to maintain a stable culture in all of that “if it feels good, do it”. And whether ideas are adopted or not often has less to do with the merits and more to do with a desperate need for stability. One of the great downsides of capitalism is that it utterly subverts culture. It upholds – but molds to its own needs – those cultural fixtures from which it can make a buck, and disposes of all others as fashion. In this year, out the next, revived a decade later, etc.
      So there was never, to my recollection, any great consensus that we would follow the green path in the first place. And with gas at less than fifty cents a gallon, how on Earth can you possibly hope to change the color of the world? That’s just not a big enough problem to make things happen!
      [Yes, I remember the gas lines, etc. It was a temporary condition, one that just could not sustain a movement.]
      It seems to me that you can no more blame Boomers, or the American people for that matter, for abandoning the green future that Mr. Greer (and myself) would have hoped for than you can blame the Boomers or the American people for the Mexican invasion that’s currently happening to our country. Polls indicate very little support for this level of immigration, and yet it continues unabated. And why? For exactly the same reasons. Business interests wanted to prevent a green economy then, and now they want the cheap labor that results directly or indirectly from Mexican immigration. The people exercise their power through their government, but that only works when the moneyed interests don’t stand in opposition as they did then, and do now. Such an effort is required to effect change in a country as large as the US that it’s a wonder that anyone even tries.
      All the foregoing and only just this mention of Ronald Reagan. About which it must be said, some few ‘men for the ages’ can and do change the world. And often not for the better. Reagan, a subject for another time, by someone who gives a damn, is a figure who can nevertheless not go unremarked in this discussion.
      I’ve no doubt that what John Michael says about Boomers is true. And that’s exactly the point, it’s true not just of Boomers but of people in general. There ARE groups of people that are disproportionately troublesome, but one doesn’t usually single them out (Oh my, how gauche!) because there are individuals in these groups who are good, decent people. And yet my friend Mr. Greer condemns an entire generation because of the actions of certain individuals. Et tu, John Michael?!
      I keep meaning to research from where this “evil baby boomers” thing originates. I see it all the time. It strikes me as rather shallow thinking. And certainly, intergenerational warfare is not helpful. Most people don’t get it; never have, never will, no way, no how. Boomers, Silents, Greatest, Gen-Xers, Millennials – apologies to whomever I may be leaving out – most all of God’s children are clueless! God help us. You can’t scorn one generation for making the choices that any other would have made in its place. Let’s ease up on the Baby Boomers.

  2. Prester John
    Posted May 31, 2017 at 6:46 am | Permalink

    One cannot blame any particular generation for our present plight. One must go to the cellular level to arrive at the “root” cause for our present problems. The culprit is Christianity, that baneful neuro-linguistic programming that bleeds into the other institutions of Western civilization, and has been doing so for over 2,000 years. Christianity has never produced any leadership for our people in moments of crisis, and its true purpose is to facilitate any government reform in the masses. The recent legalization of homosexual marriage is a glaring example, there were no marches, no protests, no leaders rose from the ranks to lead us against this assault on traditional family values. I have discerned several deleterious effects of Christianity, which I shall list.
    1.) Christianity emasculates men, and is more destructive to white men than the other races.
    2.)Christianity destroys racial loyalty.
    3.)Christianity destroys the will to live.
    4.) Christianity enfeebles the mind.
    5.) Christianity thwarts instinct.
    6.) Christianity confounds the senses.
    7.) Christianity stymies intuition.

    • Margot Metroland
      Posted May 31, 2017 at 8:36 am | Permalink

      It is obvious that you are talking not about Christianity per se but the pozzed ‘christianity’ you think you see today, a derivative of the Judaized perversion that came in with the so-called Protestant Reformation. Obviously Leif Ericsson, Charlemagne, Godfrey of Bouillon, Joan of Arc, Margaret of Scotland, and J.R.R. Tolkien did not have a problem with Christianity, and took a great deal of succor from it. To achieve anything meaningful, they knew they needed supernatural aid, so they asked for it and received it.

  3. Teutonick
    Posted May 31, 2017 at 8:36 am | Permalink

    We have all been subjected to the same indoctrination, yet why is it that some some of us can see through it?

    I’m sorry, but “the devil made them do it” defense only goes so far. Eventually, people have to take responsibility for their own actions. We all have been brainwashed with anti-white propaganda, yet not all of us choose to believe it. Those who do are every bit as bad as (((those))) who are brainwashing them. (((They))) might be the enemy, but whites who are anti-white are traitors, brainwashed or not.

  4. Rhino
    Posted May 31, 2017 at 9:39 am | Permalink

    The issue isn’t so much blaming boomers for what happened. They didn’t, for the most part, directly cause any of this.

    The issue is that they are unwilling to acknowledge the validity of our claims. When I think of boomers and exposing them to WN I think of oil and water.

    They might as well be Jews for all,the use they will be as a class.

    NB4 “Not all boomers are like that!” Yes, this is true, but most are and that’s all it takes.

    • margot metroland
      Posted May 31, 2017 at 8:08 pm | Permalink

      I grew up with this problem and was estranged from family decades ago, not because my consanguiary Boomers were in disagreement but because they saw the downside of taking what was at best an eccentric point of view. Fear of non-conformity has always been the primary problem here. The hope of our secret sympathizers has always been that we will fight the good fight ourselves, and they won’t need to do anything. You can see how well that’s worked. Meantime, a few Boomer-era folks did in fact lay the foundations of what we now have today, and they did it without cutesy memes or videogame references.

    • 宮田
      Posted June 2, 2017 at 10:50 am | Permalink

      Quite an incisive remark. Not to mention the fact that the non-jewish college professors most responsible for the inundation of millennial with inherently jewish ideology (marxism, freudianism, critical theory, etc.) tend to be baby boomer hippies. I’ve heard professors recite nostalgic monologues, ruminating about the 60’s as the edenic golden era from which we have fallen out of grace.

  5. dolph
    Posted June 1, 2017 at 3:01 am | Permalink

    It’s merely a question of priority.

    A 65 year old obsessed with keeping his retirement accounts growing in the Jewish financial system, and “I worked and got mine and screw you all” is not going to be useful to any movement. He can’t change, he won’t produce new ideas, he won’t produce more children, he will just retire and exist and exist, draining the healthcare system.

    We’ve all seen this.

  6. HumptyDumptyParumpty
    Posted June 1, 2017 at 5:51 am | Permalink

    Saying the Boomers are victimized by a lack of internet to breakthrough the media blackout is rather much “excuses for abuses”; for instance, they had mainstream candidates like George Wallace, “notorious” figures like George Lincoln Rockwell (who deliberately broke through the media blackout for a time), and a much more wholesome environment in which to operate politically, which now is rather violent and third world, demographically and culturally.

  7. Prester John
    Posted June 1, 2017 at 6:34 am | Permalink

    If one just had to blame any generation, then they would in all fairness have to go back over 2,000 years ago and blame the Europeans that allowed jews to emigrate into the motherlands. But, that is one of the fatal flaws of white people, we are for the most part, a bunch of good, natured, doofuses. So the jews were allowed to build their ghettos (operating centers for subversive activity) from whence they studied us, and built -up their financial power for over 2,000 years.

  8. James Dunphy
    Posted June 1, 2017 at 1:25 pm | Permalink

    White Boomers in France ought to be ashamed of themselves for voting for Macron in percentages much higher than white Gen Xers or Millennials.

    Having said that, US Boomers support our right to say what we think about race even if it’s deemed to be offensive to minorities at a rate of 71% according to Pew:

    I worry that when they pass away it will be easier for evil judges like Sotomayor and Kagan to be appointed to the supreme court. They undoubtedly would impose free speech restrictions in spite of majority opposition because even though a majority of Gen Xers (71%) and Millennials (58%) still support the free speech, it will be a slighter majority and more susceptible to the media’s propaganda to make them seem like they’re not in the majority and to social shaming from self righteous Jews and liberals.

  9. gene
    Posted June 2, 2017 at 6:55 am | Permalink

    We should remember that a great way to destroy your enemy is to give him an enemy that’s not you. Jews are great at this, pitting whites and blacks against each other as a way to shield themselves from scrutiny. In this case, they’ve given us boomers. And if we take that bait, we are butt stupid. First rule of warfare: don’t shoot your own.

  10. BAL
    Posted June 2, 2017 at 5:41 pm | Permalink

    Well said.

    Hostility towards the boomer is a subset of hostility towards the normie. The boomers are simply a show of what normies do in a given situation, and of what many others do when there has not been sufficient information to awaken their self-directed core from underneath a normie-presenting exterior. We on the alt-right have the advantage of seeing the truths of mechanisms which stand above some doctrine of full personal responsibility and contextless moral judgment, facts of biology, cultural and historical forces, inescapable truths about the human condition which destroy the notion of absolute free will for all man. There are different styles and levels of depth beyond absolute boredom, and those boomers not born fated to always be full normies face one of the most difficult levels in order to break from the shell: the realization of personal responsibility for what has come to pass, the acceptance of having done wrong. Later generations have had more opportunity to see the reality before having committed crimes to great or to numerous to own up to. Our goal is of course to bring forth a society where such great mistakes will not be made in such great numbers.

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