My Sympathies for Racial Slavery Explained
In my advocacy of slavery race is often invoked by those ignorant of my proposition. My variant of slavery would, ideally, be implemented in a mono-racial society, and therefore could have no racial component. I genuinely favor a mono-racial society over all multi-racial models. I do not advocate this form of slavery or the society it entails as an ideal, I believe it to be preferable relative to this modern, racially egalitarian, democratic society, aswell as believing it to be the best variant of multi-racial society in any form, but I do not believe it to be the best form of society in totality.
All participants in society owe a societal debt, but those of the minority population owe an intrinsic debt to the national citizenry. They are not of the nation and must be ensured to be in conformity with national ideals. Minority populations are often nepotistic on the basis of their sense of a shared interest. Given these tendencies, they should be forcibly put into the slave system thereby ensuring they pay their debts to the national whole.
Without these societal protections the minority races congregate into their own ghettos and begin a process of subversion of national character. Thus is my rationalization for racial slavery and why I have found myself in sympathy with this notion.
While I may be in sympathy with these notions, ultimately I believe the prioritization by the White race should be of and for our racial kindred. While racial slavery is a solution to the problems that accompany a multi-racial state, the sovereignty of our race, the propriety of our state, and the continuation of our blood should be actualized exclusively by our White race.