I am not a shill, so hear me out.
1) Our drive toward nationalism is waning. Despite two major terrorist attacks in the UK, Labour destroyed the Conservative majority. This means mass immigration will not be reduced or end and a soft Brexit.
2) Le Pen failed, Wilder failed, Alternative for Germany is a non-factor. UKIP is a non-factor, whose purpose has expired. The Swedish Democrats won't be doing much, either. Right now, the United States is the driver of nationalism in the world, and I do believe Trump will win reelection - for now.
3) Unlike Americans, Europeans do not reasonably respond to terrorist attacks. I may have to agree with Richard Spencer - Europeans may never "wake up" from their multicultural, universalist, suicidal slumber. Europeans, in my opinion, are pitifully helpless.
4) Is the Black Pill an inevitability? Is there anything that we can do to improve our lowly position? Despite our alienation, our loss of power, our dispossession, we do not reasonably respond. Must we follow through to the honorable end, like that Roman soldier at Vesuvius? Or will we take action? And if so, will our actions be effective? Will we simply be homogenized into our technocratic, capitalist oligarchy?
We ought to discuss. I am curious whether it is even worth fighting for anything at this point. This is, perhaps, what the Catholic Conservative felt as he witnessed the collapsed of thousand-year-old monarchies and medieval Europe. He was helpless is the face of historical forces, despite his best efforts.
We our in a period of overbearing disorder, and we may not be able to turn back. Race is the most important factor. We can always rebuild civilization - we cannot rebuild a race.
tl;dr: Are will helpless in the face of history? Is it worth going on?