by Paul Jones
I’m not sure whether I agree with what Billy Roper says about how at the outset of the American Revolution only about 3% of the white population wanted to revolt against Great Britain. Maybe it was that low shortly after the end of the French and Indian Wars, but as we get closer to the Battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775 I think the percentage must have been closer to 15-20%; if not, those opposing the Redcoats with arms would have been isolated without enough support by the people.
However, it does appear that there could well be as high as 3% of the U.S. population who are already seriously considering the idea of Balkanization and the formation of white ethnostates and this is a start. But time is running out for whites in the U.S., as is the case all over the West, and it…
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