Wilmot Robertson’s The Dispossessed Majority is, to say the least, provocative reading on the subject of the state of- and collapse of America as a vital, moral, productive nation and culture. It recounts the tragedy of a great people, the Americans of European descent, who built The United States of America, and whose decline is the chief cause of America’s decline.
Part an elegy, part a galvanic recall to greatness, Robertson’s book hammers home the theme that America has changed for the worse because its founding and once dominant population group, the Majority, has been reduced to second-class status.
Please do note, however, that this is somewhat difficult reading. You’ll have to shift through some opinions that are quite flawed in my opinion, e.g., that the underlying cause of Black misbehavior is genetic and evolutionary in nature as opposed to being cultural exacerbated by some level of congenital malformation. Also, it’s couched in terms of the 1960’s and 1970’s, so some translation of the connotations of the words will be required to properly understand the author’s points.
Still, all in all it’s a worthy book and only political correctness – and the fact that Wilmot Robertson was right in saying that the Liberal-Minority consortium has turned White Americans into second-class citizens – is to blame for most not having heard of- or read it.
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