Very few of us, relatively speaking, are race-conscious. Whether in Europe or the U.S., our numbers are small – practically negligible. The taboos against speaking the truth about race are very strong. Too strong for most people to even entertain the thought.
A step down from race-realists are the “conservatives”. Many of them are Christian. Some are atheist. Yet others are Jewish (or both Jewish and atheist). These “conservatives” often entertain race-realist ideas in their subconscious. Some of them are even aware of these thoughts, but dare not speak them. At a certain level, in their psyches, they know that their own race, the white race, is in grave danger. At some level, they identify with their own race. But they cannot put into words what they are thinking. It is too dangerous – not just for their family, their jobs or their social circles, but even for themselves. They would consider themselves bad people if they even acknowledged their own deepest thoughts. This fear and loathing needs an outlet of some sort.
This is where Islam comes in. As politically incorrect as it may be to criticize Islam, it is not nearly as taboo as criticizing another race – such as blacks or Mestizos. The conservatives, described above, take their suppressed fear and loathing of blacks and/or Mestizos and project it onto Muslims. This is not to say that there is nothing to fear or loath about Islam. But I do believe that some of the vitriol, directed toward Islam, should be directed at the invading alien races. Geert Wilders was acquitted of attacking Islam – but he would never have been acquitted of attacking blacks. Most likely, Wilder does not recognized the dangers of massive black immigration into Europe. Even if he did, he would not say so. But there can be little doubt that many who support him do understand what is at stake. They oppose all non-white immigration into Europe, but Islam provides a (somewhat) permissible guise to rally under. And there are, of course, those who do not understand what they understand. The Left seems to appreciate this, which is why they often refer to anti-Muslim sentiments as “racism”. We should bear this in mind when we are told that “Geert is not our friend”. Perhaps not, but many of his followers surely are, whether they realize it or not.