While many of us tend not to associate Latin America with Whites, there are millions of people living in Latin America who would qualify as White, at least by David Lane's standard. Argentina is overwhelmingly White, with many of their people being of assorted Spanish, German, and Italian origins. Uruguay is also said to have a significant White population, as does Chile and Southern Brazil.
But clusters of White people can be found in any nation of Latin America, including Colombia. And it is there where a person we presume to be White has started a pro-White blog entitled "Poder Blanco Colombia" (White Power Colombia). As expected, it is a Spanish-language blog; Spanish is the predominant language of Colombia.
Unfortunately, the blog editor has yet to install a universal translation utility on the sidebar, similar to the one I have. I recommend this person do so to attract more readers. However, there is a way to read the blog in Google English; I've Tinyurled the link as follows:
Colombia's estimated 2010 population is 45,393,050, making it the 29th most populous country in the world. It is 57% Mestizo, 21% Black, 20% White, and 1% Amerindian. Colombia is currently best-known for its protracted war against narcoterrorist guerillas, a war in which the government finally may be getting the upper hand. There has been a steep decrease in reported kidnappings (from 3,700 in the year 2000 to 172 in 2009) and intentional homicides (from 28,837 in 2002 to 15,817 in 2009 according to police). Guerrillas have been reduced from 16,900 insurgents to 8,900 insurgents.
I encourage more racially-conscious Whites in Latin America to take to the blogosphere and tell their stories as well as those of their countries. After all, White Pride World Wide does mean worldwide; Latin America is still part of the world last time I checked.