There is precious little literature on race and cult membership. The fact that so little seems to have been written about any correlation implies that whites are more likely to join cults than other races. This is because, if blacks (for example) were more likely to join cults, we would certainly be hearing about it – very frequently. There are only two reasons for such silence: 1) All races are equally vulnerable to cults or 2) Whites are more vulnerable to cults. Since it is difficult to imagine racial parity in such matters, nor is there any logical reason to expect it, we are left with reason #2.
But in The Appeal of the Cults, Roger Fleming writes:
A typical cult member is white (although color or race restrictions are not characteristic of the cults); he or she is from the middle or upper‑middle class of society in this country‑, he or she usually has at least some college education or is a potential college student, and he or she has had at least a nominally religious upbringing.
Much has been written about why people join cults, but it mostly boils down to craving a sense of belonging. Why would whites be more likely to join cults? There are, no doubt, various factors that come into play, but the fact that whites are not allowed to derive a sense of belonging from their own race/ethnic group certainly leaves a void. I know, from my own personal experience, that Jews who leave Judaism will often pounce from Judaism directly into the arms of another religion. This religion is often Liberalism. Sometimes it is Christianity. If they are exposed to a cult at the crucial moment, then they are likely to join the cult. A person who abandons a religion will usually have no intention of also giving up his sense of belonging – and yet it was precisely his religion that had, until that point, most likely provided his sense of belonging. He will seek a substitute.
Primates are tribal creatures and humans are no exception. I have written about this previously. A tribe provides a sense of belonging, with all its trappings. To say that all humans belong to the same tribe (or race) means nothing. It is like saying all mammals belong to the same class; it does nothing to erase the distinctions between sloths and giraffes, and the wildebeest that stresses its commonality with the lion will soon find itself at the wrong end of a meal.
By depriving whites of their natural sense of ethnic/racial identity, the hostile elite makes them easy prey to cults in all their forms.