GDP is Dead

It’s time to replace it with something that measures the economic success of our people.

GDP is Dead

Getting red-pilled on race and identity was brutal for me. It got me to revisit old concepts I had taken for granted because they were considered mainstream concepts by authority figures. Many of those concepts revolved around economics, especially the supposed measure of economic output known as GDP (Gross Domestic Product). Many have already covered the many problems with that metric (e.g. ignoring “per capita”), but no one has really addressed the more fundamental problems of GDP, nor have they proposed an alternative. In this article, I will make the case for why the GDP should be irrelevant to nationalists, and why it must be replaced with 2 metrics that actually matter: GRP (Gross Racial Product) & GEP (Gross Ethnic Product). In turn, both of those metrics would have their “per capita” equivalents.

Our movement has long believed that the GDP itself is easily manipulated and—on its own—fails to provide any information about the standards of living of our people. That belief is correct, to a degree. However, the problem with that belief is that it also implies that the GDP is a measure of “our” people’s economic output. In reality, it’s not.

If I had to guess (and I guess because I can’t find any racial statistics for this), roughly 60% of the economic output measured by the U.S. GDP corresponds to white economic output, based on U.S. demographic data. That 60% figure would be the GRP (Gross Racial Product) of the white race. If we want to capture the living standards of the white race, we would divide that figure by the total white population to give us the GRP per capita. If we can plot a chart of annual GRP per capita figures over a multi-year period, we could spot a pattern for the standards of living of white people. If I had to guess, that chart would point slightly downward over the past 30 years.

In Europe, the context is slightly different. In a sense, European nationalists are more concerned with ethnicity than race. For that reason, the GEP (Gross Ethnic Product) is a much better measure for them. Nevertheless, it would be measured the same way. In Germany circa 2017, 76.4% of German citizens had a non-migrant background, according to Destatis. If you discount the German-born Turks and Jews, I would guess that about 63% of German citizens are really German. So roughly 63% of the German GDP would correspond to the German GEP. Again, divide that figure by ethnic Germans to obtain the GEP per capita.

In addition to spotting racial and ethnic economic trends, it is also useful to compare our GRP and GEP figures to those of non-whites. When it comes to disparate outcomes, we already know what we will find. However, it would also be a useful exercise to see the standards of living of whites and the immigrants they host. Those figures will explain how allegedly persecuted migrants can afford all that money they give to smugglers to invade our countries.


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