Here's a very interesting quote from writer Guillaume Faye on what he calls "ethnomasochisme". Faye is also known for his ideas on "archeofuturism". I posted a brief article on him a few years ago.
An English-language Wikipedia article gives inadequate information about Faye. Those of you with some free time may want to do more research.
This passage is posted at François Desouche and at Recounquista, the website of the "identitaire" movement of Provence:
(It is) the masochistic tendency to regard with a sense of guilt and a sense of worthlessness one's own ethnic group, one's own people.
Ethnomasochism is similar to shame of oneself and self-hatred. It is a collective psychopathology, triggered by a long propaganda effort to foster a presumed fundamental sense of guilt felt by Europeans vis-à-vis other peoples, of whom they are assumed to be the "oppressors". It is therefore necessary to repent and to "pay the debt." This effort at repentance, a veritable historical sham, has been undertaken by the Churches, as well as by the European States.
Note: The last sentence above appears in the text posted at FDS, but not at Recounquista. I have no idea why.
Ethnomasochism is also the basis of anti-natalistic policies that surreptitiously aim to limit the reproduction of European populations. Implicitly then, it can be likened to a type of "self-racism". The European man can be said to have been struck down by an original sin, an intrinsic racial stain: he is guilty of being what he is.
Ethnomasochism provokes the systematic defense of cross-breeding ("métissage) and cosmopolitanism. Curiously, it denies to Europeans the idea of ethnic identity, but grants it to others. Europeans are duty-bound to dilute themselves, but other peoples, Africans for example, are not. Ethnomasochism is the counterweight of xenophilia (love and overestimation of the foreigner, the "other"). It is related to ethno-suicide.
In history, ethnomasochism is not new; it was the symptom of peoples tired of life, tired of perpetuating themselves; of aging peoples who pass the torch to others. The European elite are afflicted with this collective illness. And this illness explains the laxness towards the colonization by migrants and the idea that we have both a duty and a need to welcome the new occupiers.
French readers may be interested in the comments posted at FDS. Some are quite hostile to Faye and regard him as an impostor. Others are favorable.