"White people are not used to joining movements in which our needs are not at the center"
As Groucho Marx said, "I wouldn't join any club that would have me for a member."
The opening line of the article has me confused, why would anybody join anything that does not serve their interests? Virtue signalling perhaps?If that is so, then the term "white people" is pejorative, and a rather insulting one. Not all people of European ethnicity are virtue signallers. And not all are accustomed to leading.
Napoleon Bonaparte said: "There are two kinds of soldiers, sheep and goats. Sheep must be driven but goats are intelligent and can be led. I'm interested in the goats."
Of course he was. The goats will follow a leader if they are confident that their interests will be served by doing so.
Unfortunately the confidence of Bonaparte's followers was misplaced because Wellington's officers, by promising to shoot any soldier who had enough intelligence to run away, succeeded in driving their sheep towards the French guns.
Intelligent people will always be willing to follow a leader whio inspires confidence, but inspiring leaders are thin on the ground.