What I learned in 26 years of armed service to America
Stan Goff, a retired 26-year veteran of the U.S. Army Special Forces, sounds a warning call that many of the historical precursors of fascism—white supremacy, militarization of culture, vigilantism, masculine fear of female power, xenophobia and economic destabilization—are ascendant in America today. He was viciously attacked over parts of his book that touched on the racism displayed by fellow American soldiers deployed with him to Haiti.
Related to this is Pat Buchanan's latest book - State of Emergency. That it is a white nationalist screed hasn't stopped it from being a best-seller charts or him appearing on all the cable news shows with no mention of his increasingly open racism.
White America is changing color, Buchanan argues -- "one of the greatest tragedies in human history." The Mexican government is involved in a plot to take over the Southwestern United States, and parts of this country already look like the "Third World." The segregated South wasn't all bad "culturally" -- blacks and whites were united, after all. America, despite what its founders wrote, was a nation formed not on the basis of creed but rather a homogenous ethnic culture. To put it plainly, State of Emergency is a white nationalist tract. The thesis is that America must retain a white majority to survive as a nation.There is an undercurrent of racism not very deep in America. My sister and brother-in-law recently talked about when they retire in fifteen or twenty years what is the whitest area of the country but still with a good climate they could move to.