The Guardian (a newspaper from the U.K.!) has an article on the alarming sociological phenomenon on (to use Sailer’s term) the White Death (“Financial despair, addiction and the rise of suicide in white America“).
Using Butte, Montana as a representative locale:
[Montana] has the highest rate of suicide in the US at nearly twice the national average and rising – up 7.3% in 2014. Those most likely to kill themselves are 45 to 65 years old.
“What’s been lacking in our town is an explanation for why this demographic in particular has been dying by suicide,” said Karen Sullivan, health director for Butte and the surrounding county, Silver Bow. “We want to take a look at what we’ve got going on in Butte. Is it economic in nature? Is it middle-aged white people discontented with where they landed in life? Is it isolation? A lack of a social network? Is it drug and alcohol issues? What do we have going on?”
The article looks at each of these potential variables, but buried in the piece is a nod to decades of increasing white dispossession taking place in AmeriKKKa:
Sullivan also thinks there may be something else unusually American at work.
“I’ve watched white males rule this country from the beginning. The power that this traditional white male used to have is decreasing. We’ve evolved and white males aren’t necessarily at the root of power anymore…
African Americans on the other hand have long struggled against inequality and have generally held fewer assumptions about social advancement, which may explain why the same increases in suicides and drug and alcohol deaths have not been seen among middle aged black people.
Or blacks, who can feel their power on the ascent as they exploit the levers of Political Correctness, coupled with their strong sense of racial identity, their guilt-free penchant for various forms of welfare, and the absence of anything approximating Protestant-oriented ethics, leads to relative happiness.