(Wilmot Robinson also popularized the phrase ‘ethnostate’, and published a book by the name ‘The Ethnostate’ in 1993, not to be confused with Billy Roper’s 2018 book ‘Ethnostate’, which is an update to his 2015 book ‘The Balk’, about the coming breakup of America.)
by Paul Jones
I believe I read the term “the second death” before in “Instauration,” a magazine run by Wilmot Robertson in the late 1900’s that concerned itself with topics of the Racial Right. It referred to how a person of European descent would not only have to experience an individual death as any mortal, but also the realization that the white race as a whole is on its way to extinction given the current trends set in place by Z.O.G.
Another way to look at the matter is to consider the famous lines of the sermon by John Donne, “No Man is an Island,” one…
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