To Hor and Preserve Our Ancestral Trust John Rolland delivers a powerful punch in The Valorous Caucasian, a book dedicated to the preservation of difference. According to Rolland, the Caucasian race is neither superior r inferior to other races-merely different-and it is this difference that the author embraces. In these times of racial ambivalence, The Valorous Caucasian provides a voice for Caucasian nationalism throughout the world, a celebration of Caucasian people and their enduring spirit. At great cost to themselves in suffering and death, our Caucasian forefathers and mothers bestowed upon us their wondrous gifts. These included their territory, their discoveries, and their culture. But their greatest gift was their genes, which gave us our intelligence, identity, beauty, and health. For these gifts we as Caucasians should be eternally grateful, and we should hor them above all else so that when we are gone, there will be those who will hor us!