The neoconservatives at National Review are again advising the Republican Party to ditch the rising tide of White identity politics in its ranks and instead embrace globalism and White guilt over slavery and segregation. The failing journal (which has lost tens of millions of dollars and is kept afloat by big donars) got Indian immigrant Avik Roy to write the article. In it Roy admits that other racial groups in the US are encouraged to have identity politics for their groups. He notes the double standard and attack on Whites and Christians but says that they have a moral duty not to pursue their own interests.
What else would you expect from a magazine whose writers believe that White working class communities deserve to die?