So, am I suggesting we become racist? Stephen Couglin warns us about adopting or relying on the idea of "Racism". He cautions against trying to flip it against those who use it such as by calling them racists. In a literal sense, that is the case. Racism is a term of art which stipulates an attack narrative: the underlying problems of social discord are caused by race hatred.
He has a point: The marxist narratives about racism imply the supposed oppression of "minorities" are pseudo realities. The marxists are not fighting this pseudo ralities but advancing the cause of gaining political power. It is counter-productive to feed into the narrative that this is the case by adopting their lexicon. I ran accross that article by Coughlin who independently came to a similar conclusion to that which I was independenly developing: Racism allused to a pseudo reality. His more articulate and detailed analysis helped me round it my aticle..
I mention Stephen Coughlin because, like James Lindsay, he takes an american view of the issue of race, seeing it as secondary to cultural warfare. I think they're correct in their understanding that totalitarians intend to enslave everyone, and preoccupying ourselves exclusively with racial identity is not the best tactic. diversity is a weakness and unity is a strength. That includes racial unity.
Racial unity does not entail all manner of races can't unite against totalitarianism. Both are necessary in the present context of multiculturalism. But diversity is one of the primary of destroying the west, as Chris Langan points out on his substack..