Jared Taylor is an American self-described race realist.
Jared argues for the preservation of white identity and promoting the idea that racial differences, particularly between white and black people, are significant and should be acknowledged.
He adds that, whilst the concept of racial integration is universally acknowledged, the actual preference across all racial groups is generally towards segregation, and he points to a myriad of scientific studies which suggest that racial identity is a deeply ingrained element of human nature.
Jared challenges the commonly held belief that diversity in race, language, and religion enriches America. Instead, he suggests that it serves as a constant source of tension and discord. Furthermore, he argues that non-white ethnic groups – specifically highlighting black Americans, Hispanics and, to some extent, Asians – openly celebrate their racial identity and prioritise their group interests over national considerations.
Interestingly, he asserts that it is predominantly the white population who strive to create a racially indiscriminate nation, wherein the importance of race is diminished. His argument posits that these ideals are both unrealistic and perhaps not even desirable.
Jared insists that Anglo-America must re-evaluate its outdated perceptions and instead implement policies that acknowledge the realities of race; not the idealised versions.
He suggests that the white population should assert their rights and consider their own interests, in the same way as other racial groups do.
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