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Instauration - Racialist Journal


Instauration - Racialist Journal



Wilmot Robertson (pen name of Humphrey Ireland, born April 16, 1915, died July 8, 2005 in Bryson City, North Carolina) was an American racialist author and publisher of Instauration.

A native Pennsylvanian of colonial ancestral stock, Robertson had relatives who fought on both sides of the U.S. Civil War. Robertson was raised an Episcopalian.

Young-Adulthood Through Middle-Age

Robertson was a student at Yale University from 1932-34. Following university, he visited in the New Germany, as racialists were doing at the time, including Lothrop Stoddard. Whatever his opinions of what he saw, his future writing does not appear to be directly influenced by National-Socialist ideas.

During World War II, Robertson served as a U.S. Army officer. After the war, he developed a successful career in journalism and advertising.

Robertson did not get seriously involved in the world of racial-nationalist writing and publishing until he was in his 50s.

The Dispossessed Majority

His first and most important book was The Dispossessed Majority, published first in 1972 when he was 57. It was a chronicle of the demise of the white majority in the USA, which, the book argues, was "dispossessed" by anti-national forces and hostile ethnoreligious pressure groups. The book was tremendously influential on the racialist political scene of the time. It has since been compared to Which Way, Western Man.

David Duke has said that it was a major influence on his politics personally when he read it as a young man.

        "I think this is the most important book since the Second World War" (David Duke on "The Dispossessed Majority")

The book was spectacularly successful, and went through numerous printings, selling 200,000 copies by the end of the 1990s.

The Ethnostate

In the early 1990s, in the wake of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the potential for serious political change presented itself.

In this context, Robertson penned a philosophical exploration of the nature of the ideal state; its purpose, its character, its goals, its mechanics. These ruminations, many of which had appeared in Instauration, were published as "The Ethnostate" in 1993. The breezy quasi-essays of the volume address the challenge of how to solve the postmodern racial crisis facing the world.

The book has been compared to Plato's "Republic" in terms of potential importance. The term "ethnostate" has since become an integral part of the vocabulary of most racialists.

Other Writing

In the 1960s he was a contributor to Willis Carto’s magazine Western Destiny. He also published a third, little known book, called "Ventilations" (1982), a collection of essays. It was an early attempt to offer solutions to the racial problem facing modern man. The ideas were fleshed out more fully in the more well-known "Ethnostate".


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Re: Instauration - Racialist Journal

Instauration : Racialist Journal

Following the unexpected success of "The Dispossessed Majority", Robertson contemplated putting together a magazine dealing with the same subject matter.

In 1975, this became a reality. Robertson started the highly-regarded racialist journal Instauration that year, which was published monthly until 1996, and irregularly through 2001. The magazine featured the work of numerous racialist authors, including Richard McCulloch. Roberston published the magazine using his own publishing company, Howard Allen Publishers, named after his two sons.

Robertson Wilmot - Instauration 1975.pdf

Robertson Wilmot - Instauration 1976.pdf

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Robertson Wilmot - Instauration Index 1975-1987.pdf


Instauration Online
The Authorized Online Edition of Wilmot Robertson's Instauration Magazine




























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