From: An Anonymous Reader [Email Him]
I agree with everything James Fulford said in his Roots article. But how did "all" of this begin? Essentially, it began when uncontrolled greed and the uncontrolled desire for profit (emphasis on the word uncontrolled) allowed for the purely economic use of black Africans, i. e. slavery. And now we suffer the consequences of that short-term (in an historical perspective) economic policy. That same short-term, limited vision (immediate profit rather than long-term profit) economic policy is being championed today by virtually everyone, though for different reasons.
Can you imagine an America that had never instituted a slave system? Where would America be today? What would it look like? I imagine that some remarkable articles on this topic could be written by speculative historians.
To question further. What would America be like today, and tomorrow, if it had never adopted crony capitalism? In all likelihood, VDARE.com probably wouldn't even exist. And that would be a very good thing, if you understand what I mean.
James Fulford writes: I do know what he means; we spend most of our time dealing with National Question issues caused by America's multiracial society. These are issues that wouldn't exist if America didn't have a multiracial society—or at least wasn't exacerbating the problem through immigration policy.