We see that there are lots of things that are white, but not explicitly labeled as such; these things are regarded by the elite as sometimes good, sometimes neutral, often bad and suspicious. But these things have a certain freedom and protection, because their whiteness is only implied. Implicit whiteness never directly challenges the system.
At some point it becomes necessary to talk about race directly. You can do that as well, as long as you are saying whites are evil and inferior to blacks. It’s easy for blacks to do this; it’s dangerous for whites because a white person might make the mistake of saying whites are less inferior and evil than they actually are, which only proves he is one of the evil racists. How evil and inferior are white people? As evil and inferior as black people say they are. Blacks are never checked on this because they never attack the real masters. They mix it up with Jews sometimes, but blacks know who really runs things and for who they are working and they leave elite whites alone.
Stating that the emperor has no clothes- that whites are superior in every meaningful way- I don’t count football, basketball and sprinting as meaningful- that blacks are stupid, impulsive, and extremely violent- is to explicitly endorse white supremacy. The truth is no defense- if it’s true, it’s racist- and you can’t hide behind science, because if science says blacks are inferior, then the science is wrong. Do it again and bring it back when you get the right answer.
In the end only the truth matters. We get through life by lying to ourselves and others about small things, but about big, important things the truth has to be acknowledged.
The business of explicit whiteness- the business of truth about racial matters- is a hard business. A tenured academic- Kevin MacDonald or Charles Murray- can get away with it, at the cost of being a pariah. A few writers make a living from it- Steve Sailer, Jared Taylor- and maybe a few guys selling books over the internet.
For anybody else, explicit whiteness is a dangerous position to be publicly associated with. The pseudonymous Paul Kersey of Stuff Black People Don’t Like apparently lost a job when somebody found out about his blog. There are lots of people blogging on HBD, but almost all anonymously. If you stay anonymous, you can be dismissed as a coward, probably a loser living in his mother’s basement, so you aren’t a direct threat.
If you are not anonymous, though, you are making a direct threat and challenge to the system, and you will be dealt with harshly. You won’t get any job with any supervisory capacity. You will hardly get any job of the most menial sort at a company of any size because your employment there will be treated as an endorsement of your views. You can probably work in the trades in a rural area but elsewhere you are a leper.
I admire people who work openly for the survival and development of whites- like Project Little Europe- but doing anything like that puts a giant target on you. The PLE in Kalispell seems to have been subject to some harassment. If you hold a rally in public, you’ll be attacked, and the police will arrest you and not your attackers. You’ll suffer from harassment and vandalism. Your business will be harassed and boycotted.
White people who want to protect, strengthen, promote, and grow white people and white culture have to figure out a way to do it that avoids directly challenging the system. Implicit whiteness can be a tool, and even a weapon. I plan on discussing some of the ways we can leverage implicit whiteness to strengthen whites and stymie blacks.