From On the Brink of a Bloody Racial War , by Ben Klassen
Racial Loyalty Issue 70 – May 1991
We must learn to distinguish clearly between our Friends, our Enemies, and the Mugwumps.
Nature, in her infinite wisdom, has endowed each living creature with a built-in characteristic called instinct. This characteristic embodies the collective wisdom of that particular creatures experiences in the struggle for survival throughout the millions of years when that species developed its own identity differentiating it from other nearby species.
Included in this outstanding mechanism is the ability to instinctively recognize its enemies on sight, without …