Why the current international system is destined to fail, and what we should do next.
by Jay Lorenz
The pursuit of world order, as presently conceived in the West, is foolish and destructive. The European state system established at Westphalia after the Thirty Years War, based on a balance of power, was first distorted to apply to the entire world, and then discarded altogether by the hegemonic United States in favor of spreading “universal values” such as liberty, freedom, and democracy. By denouncing international pluralism (different systems for different nations and peoples) and claiming to have the universal answer to human societies, a new vision of world order was created that could be referred to as “world control.” This ideology, characterized by liberalism, mass immigration, cultural destruction, centralization, and globalization, spread from the United States to most of the West. Because of its arrogance, scope, and vacuousness, the current international system is more vulnerable to violent collapse than any in history.
In the time of Westphalia, world order meant the balancing of competing interests and groups so as to maintain a minimal, or at least bearable, level of violence and prevent catastrophe. It was taken for granted that conflict would occur, so a system was put in place to contain it. This assumption is now gone. It is thought that all people can be made to have the same interests and that the use of violence for the entire world can be monopolized by one morally superior, unquestionable authority. World control does not allow for disorder, low levels of which are paradoxically a necessity for maintaining a consistent and long-lasting order.
The global Westphalia (the European attempt to adopt its former colonies into the system after relinquishing nominal control) is still in the process of being replaced by the system of world control. We are now in a transition stage in which the world ostensibly operates under a Westphalian system, but the West refuses to act in its own interest, instead adopting the doctrine of world control and attempting to bring the non-Western states in. Outside of Europe and its diaspora, the dissemination of the requisite values has proven difficult. Beginning after World War II, the United States began implementing what is usually referred to as globalism—a global network of security and economic partnerships. This was created originally as an alliance system to gain leverage over the Soviet Union. It was decided that the best way to spread the Western alliance system was to spread so-called American or Western values. To this end, all twelve post-World War II presidents have pursued the promotion of progress, equality, and democracy as foreign policy objectives. The results have been poor, with some success in Asia, but not much anywhere else. The arrogance with which they set out blinded them to the fact that no people wants to be under the dominion of a foreign ideology. Though America saw its value system as universal, the rest of the world saw it as Western or White.
The post-Cold War period has seen the continuation of this policy with even worse results, George W. Bush being the best example of its failure. The White House’s Security Strategy in 2002 claimed “[There is] a single sustainable model for national success: freedom, democracy, and free enterprise.” Bush had learned nothing from the previous period, and implemented an even more aggressive foreign policy. The countries Bush targeted, Afghanistan and Iraq, are failing at democratic governance, instead affirming their Islamic identities. A resurgent Islam categorically denies all tenets of the American system of world order; Islam is also a universalistic doctrine and sees no room for another.
The post-Cold War is also the period when third world immigration began to spike massively in the West. As the United States financed wild expenditures in the non-White world, including foreign aid and military endeavors, it also imported non-Whites at unprecedented rates. The act of mass immigration—necessary to eliminate national differences—has led to divergent groups clashing in ever closer proximity. The clashes between civilizations which were previously mitigated by geography are now taking place within Western neighborhoods. The ideologies, cultures, and capabilities of the various groups are not compatible, creating parallel societies with disaffected non-Whites angry either that they are unable to meet White standards or that Whites are unwilling to conform or submit to their standards. The hostile foreign population in their midst has caused many Whites to question the values of the regime. An extremely divisive politics has emerged which adds to the destabilization of the affected countries. This sequence highlights world control’s biggest issue—its ideological foundation is fundamentally incorrect. All people are not equal and the “human race” is not a valid political identity or entity.
World control is undesirable and likely impossible. A new concept of world order must be created. This new concept must be racial. Demographics is the most crucial aspect of world order moving forward. The African population explosion, third world migration into the White world, and White demographic decline are going to have a profound effect on the world. A new concept of world order must address the reality and urgency of the situation. The White world must re-embrace its racial and ethnic identity against the perverse values of the current regime, as other peoples have done. The biggest contribution the West can make to global stability is to create order within its own territory. Europe and North America are best as strong, dynamic regions dominated by Whites. A world order of strong regional orders or imperial spheres of influence has been proven to be the most stable historically. World order began to fail when Europeans applied the European state system to the rest of the world, and now is collapsing as Whites attempt to integrate non-Whites into Western civilization. Only by acknowledging the various interests, identities, and capabilities of various peoples and the necessity of separate civilizations can world order be maintained.
To create order in the world, we must create order at home. This means reclaiming our territory for our people. With a vacuum where this once existed, chaos is sure to ensue.