I am a father of 4 (2 boys, 2 girls) living in the southeastern United States. My business partners and I own a small company which provides for a modest level of income and wealth. I have come to realize that this is a great responsibility and seek to find ways to give my children both wealth and wisdom.
I am a Christian and my family are members of a small conservative Presbyterian congregation; while I entertain Darwinian reasoning, I reject atheistic materialism as a mechanism of ultimate origins. I have post-millennial tendencies which cause me to believe there is more significance to this life than mere individual salvation and pietism. I have tried to internalize my call as the trustee of my family’s capital, both monetary and otherwise. My primary charge is the rearing of the current generation, but I hope to lay a foundation of planning and preparedness for future generations as well.
The name of this blog is my acknowledgment that I will likely never see the fifth generation of my descendants. As my influence becomes more diffuse over time, I know their fate will ultimately be tied to that of our people, that most despised group that dare not speak its name: white Americans. It is on this point that I am likely to generate disagreement with those who think our people can abdicate their commitment to their own children and live peacefully in a multicultural, multiracial utopia. The history of the world this side of heaven knows no such peace and those who preach it are contrary to both common sense and observable reality.