The Idea and Ideal of the Ethno-State

Even if all immigration, legal and illegal, were halted immediately, Whites would still become a minority in the United States by the end of the century. This fact brings into question the means and ends of the immigration-restriction movement, as well political reform in general.

Few have confronted this challenge with more clarity and resolve than Samuel Dickson, an attorney, White advocate, and noted orator. In his keynote address to NPI’s Washington gathering, Dickson demands that American racial nationalists stop hoping for help from Washington, DC, and stop playing Left vs. Right games.

Instead Dickson challenges racial nationalists to begin working towards the birth of a new kind of social and political order—a White Ethno-State on the North American continent, a project analogous to the creation of Israel in the first half of the 20th century.

Drawing on the thought of Wilmot Robertson and others, Dickson stresses that the Ethno-State is based on “racial idealism”—but it is also the White man’s only practical step forward.