State of the Union.
Locust says: You know what needs to be done, now grow some balls and do it!
As we edge into the second decade of the 21st century, American nationalists must reflect on where we are, where we’ve been, and the direction we seem to be going. In 2009, the American nationalist scene is essentially non-existent. Our people (as few as they are) are fragmented, leaderless, and isolated from each other. Our politics have been hi-jacked by the dregs of society and run through the mud like clock-work in the mass media. We may have a few phantom organizations here and there, but nothing of genuine substance. Nothing that an educated, right-thinking, and concerned American can honestly throw his support behind without being associated with some of the worst elements of society. There has, no doubt, been attempts to start something here and there, some of the attempts indeed noble, but these fly-by-night organizations never seem to get anywhere and they seemingly fall apart as soon as they get off the ground.
Let’s face it, our politics have been successfully pushed to the fringes of proper society by our opponents and often held there by those whom would call us friends. Our politics have not been given the courtesy of proper dialogue and debate, rather, it has often been the object of ridicule, hatred, and even persecution. Given all the troubles (real or imagined) inherent in being a Nationalist, it’s quite understandable that many who might otherwise consider Nationalism turn away for an ideology less fraught controversy. It’s human nature to want to fit in and Nationalism has been successfully portrayed as un-American and even extreme, so our numbers continue to be thin.
Yet, the motivation behind Nationalist politics endures and the need for real alternatives mounts with each passing year – many are waking up to our politics. There is a baseline ground swell for the development of real Nationalism in the United States of America. The potential for a large and expansive grassroots movement is there, albeit tucked away. The problem for us open Nationalists is the need to become (in the eyes of our target audience) mainstream without being mainstream, which is a hard proposition to act upon because “mainstreaming” comes only with validation through numbers – something we do not currently have openly. The climate of manufactured fear that paralyzes most people considering our politics is indeed the strongest opponent fighting our need to become more mainstream. Sadly, these fears are not totally unfounded, which makes it hard to combat. Careers are on the line, livelihoods hang in the balance. It’s nothing we should scoff off as trivial, our opponents certainly do not.
I do think it’s important for any active Nationalist to understand the fears associated with our politics, not just of the consequences of being an open Nationalist in modern America, but of the psychological conditioning exerted by the system for the better part of 60 years on the American public. If one can not understand the current political and sociological state of modern society – and act accordingly – one has little chance of making any headway for our politics and might even hurt us in the long run. American Nationalism in 2009 is plagued by fear and ignorance, not on our part, but on the part of those whom seek to silence us. Let’s not add to the fear and ignorance by avoiding the negative perception – least of all contributing to it.
The need for a legitimate and credible American nationalist organization is great. For the last 50 years we’ve seen not so much of a peep from American nationalists because of the fear and shame brought about by the system at large. Reject their false dichotomy and their hate. Our salvation comes through organization, networking, and hard work – banding together and creating a united front to represent our will as a unique people. We need an American National Party. We need you, lest we flounder around the political landscape for another 50 years.
The Necessity of Having a Nationalist Party
The Need for American Nationalist Party
What an emotional afternoon it was for us when, thousands of miles away, our cousins in Britain saw a breakthrough victory for Britain’s budding nationalist party, the BNP. Better than a month ago, now, we saw both Andrew Brons and Party Chairman Nick Griffin, elected to the European parliament, with the party taking in nearly a million votes. I suspect that, for us – for American nationalists – the night was just as emotional as was for anyone else in the whole of the Anglosphere.
Having had enough time to reflect on and properly gauge the enormity of the implications of the historic breakthrough, it becomes even more pressing the matter of developing our own party to represent the interests of our people in America.
In truth, all the necessary elements for a successful nationalist party appear to exist more so in America than anywhere else, yet we have before us the task of creating from scratch a party of our own. With respect to demographics, we are far worse off than any other country in the Western world, almost to the point that a political effort is may be ultimately futile, aside from the many non-political benefits it might afford us. Nearly as a matter of simply maintaining some semblance of civilization, one would expect Whites to have already come together under the banner of a political party, where they could encapsulate in an organization their collective will to be submitted to the political establishment.
Regarding our political system, while there isn’t any doubt that we are very much restricted by a system of ridiculous rules – no doubt put in place by the ruling elite to keep us from seeking political representation – many states have benefits that are very unique and actually favor us over our counterparts the world over. For example, in some states, like California, parties can achieve qualification, or access to be listed on the ballot, by simply having registered voters register as being affiliated with the party. While this may not appear as something of great importance, this is an amazing tool for any organization to utilize what ought to be considered a state-sponsored marketing information system, or a way to track how successful a group’s strategy as toward marketing has been. And no matter the persuasion, caliber, position, or strategy of the party, submitting to the democratic process brings to an organization an instant legitimacy in the eyes of its public.
One would expect, too, that the altering of every aspect of our way of life would serve as the catalyst to launch a nationalist movement of our own. Certainly, there are few places on this Earth, in recent times, where the quality of life has been diminished at such an astonishing pace, with the obvious exception of South Africa and Rhodesia, which no longer even exists. Whereas the American man could afford to both own a home and quite comfortably raise a family on his income alone only a few decades ago, the very idea of home ownership is now quite troubling and an unlikely prospect for those just finishing school. For many people, moving every few years to avoid having their children endure forced “enrichment” is become quite normal. Being absolutely restricted by an ever-growing criminal element is also the status quo for Whites in any “urban” area. You get the idea. It’s pretty bad out there, and it isn’t getting better.
Really, we’ve got absolutely no excuse for not having a party of our own. For far too long, and I am talking decades, our own supposed leaders have continually warned us against standing face to face with the political establishment, as if our positions weren’t good enough or as if they did not merit being represented. They have told us time and time again that such an effort, which has never been tried here and which has been proven absolutely successful time and time again overseas – by people who are in every way related to us – is not worth it or that we are incapable of such a feat. It’s time we drop all of these supposed leaders and do the right thing: build a party of our own.
We don’t need to infiltrate the Republican party. We don’t need the infrastructure of the Libertarian party. We don’t need endless petitions and recalls. We need to start our own party, through hard work and sacrifice. Nothing else will do.
One can imagine the immediate benefits that would come with such a party: legitimacy, a mission to achieving real power that does not involve illegality or violence, incredible organization and the specialization that comes with it, and economies of scale to dwarf those achieved by our counterparts in Europe.
It’s time to stop talking about it and start doing it. Let the American National Party website serve as a place to help us facilitate this new mission.
It’s only racist when you do it.
One of the most distressing and downright baffling state of affairs in modern American politics is the absolute double standard in which many segments of society operates. Some of the most hypocritical examples are those within the arena of identity politics, which emanate primarily from the far-left. I am, of course, speaking to organizations such as the National Council of La Raza, NAACP, and the thousands of other organizations representing and defending minority communities in various fields. On the face of it, there shouldn’t be anything wrong with a community of people banding together to defend a common heritage for the sake of preservation and continued prosperity. I think most can sympathize with wanting some communal continuity with ancestors and the right to self-identify within a greater group. However, the aforementioned types of people reveal themselves as the true “racists” in their treatment of other communities. Particularly their treatment of and views on European-Americans organizing and defending their own communal rights as an ethnic group. These minority rights organizations (along with a willing media) often make it their business to attack, berate, and otherwise put down European-American ethnic interests. They do so under the guise of being “anti-racist” and “pro-equality”, but they allow themselves free ethnic expression and demand special consideration based on ethnicity, all the while scream “racism” when European-Americans even mention their own ethnic extraction with any sense of worth.
Any objective individual with any sense of fair play understands this hypocritical and, at times, hateful double-standard is nothing more than a way for these groups to get a leg up at the expense of others people’s interests, specifically European-Americans. European-Americans, for their part, allow themselves to be shamed into letting other communities of people step all over their own rights for the sake of an American way that never existed in the first place. Even as the decades since the Civil Rights era have passed us by, these minority rights groups have only found (more like imagined) more witches (i.e. White “Racists”) to burn, even when we are supposedly in the era of post-racial politics. More and more you get the sense that these organizations are less about “rights” and more about taking advantage of White-American society. They’ve managed to exploit hard working European-Americans and blame them for their failure to operate as a fully functioning community of people.
European-Americans, as a voiceless community of individuals, seem to be the only people that actually buy into the American pluralism myth and they do so at their own expense, as other groups only mouth American pluralism myth to progress their own ethnic interests. The effect of this has allowed over representation of extreme, anti-Western, anti-White policies to take root in all levels of government. Look no further than the appointment of Justice Sonia Sotomayor, whom was a member of a few Latino organizations (including La Raza) and has statements on record that would be considered rabidly racist had she been of European descent. However, the vicious double standard is alive and well, so she’ll get confirmed as a Justice of the Supreme Court – one of the most influential positions in the nation. Since the media is complicit in their holding these radicals accountable, their policies have and will continue change the face and culture of America into something that, in the end, isn’t American.
I believe we should start holding these groups to the fire and call them for what they are – ethnocentric at best, “racist” at worst. We need to call them and their supporters out as the hypocrites that they are and be relentless in expressing our ethnic rights in the very same way they’ve been so relentless against European-Americans. It’s time to fight fire with fire. We need to organize as European-Americans, as the founding stock of America, and take the nation back for our posterity – not for the misguided political ideals.
Given the current political atmosphere, being an open ethnocentric individual can bring a lot of heartache, not just for yourself, but those around you, particularly if you are of European descent. The paranoia and religious zealotry in which we treat the subject of race would be almost amusing, if it were not so alarming in its ferocity. The debate on how race, or ethnicity should play a role in society, or in people’s personal lives isn’t really up for negotiating in proper society these days. The views on race and ethnicity are pretty cut and dry for Euro-Americans. You either accept political dogma of multiculturalism and seek to diversify (which essentially means make more non-White), or you’re some kind of singled minded bigot that is worthy of society’s scorn. Evidently, there is very little, if any, middle ground on the issue of ethnicity and race. Personally, I find the issue of ethnicity and race far too complicated and far too critical to make such black and white (no pun intended) judgment call.
I was born and raised in Southern California and being relatively young I was essentially born into the world of multiculturalism and liberalism. Contrary to what some of you would like to believe, I do not walk around with a chip on my shoulder. I am perfectly happily with my current life circumstances and sure, there are some things I need to improve on in life, but the last thing I am looking for is a “scapegoat”. I am by no means a bigot, nor a hater of any sort, although I realize that my politics equate to nothing short of blasphemy in modern day politics.
I treat every individual with the utmost respect regardless of their ethnic origins, or religious disposition. I have a keen interest in anthropology and antiquity, as such, I acknowledge and appreciate the contributions other people’s have made to the sciences and arts. I’ve met some great people of different ethnic origins than myself, some being far more capable people than I could ever hope to be.
Many ask me, in relation to my ethnocentrism, “Shouldn’t you judge a person by the individual himself and not by his, or her race?”, to which I often reply “Who is judging in the first place?” People assume that the only reason I make a distinction based on ethnicity is simply because I make value judgments on people based on their ethnicity. I’m not a Nationalist, nor Euro-centric because I believe there is merit in making value calls on groups of people. Even if I wanted to, what standard would I use? It’s another oversimplification used by people whom are either ignorant, or have a political axe to grind. Furthermore, people are individuals, of course, but they are also members of countless different demographics. Politically, economically, socially, and yes, ethnically. There is a reason why political analysts, commercial marketers, and focus groups get paid big bucks to break down the populace into groups – we are all individuals and members of larger groups.
I am something of a new breed, politically speaking. I do not take for granted ethnic homogeneity, but at the same time I can incorporate some of the experiences that diversity can provide – within reason of course. I have never considered holding a racial identity and the appreciation of other cultures to be polar opposites. In reality, I believe those whom can genuinely respect other cultures can more often than not foster even greater ties to their own communities. I can be loyal to my own ethnic community without being hateful, or distant with another group of people. Those who will tell you otherwise are lying and trying to create a false dichotomy to which you must choose an extreme. As a European-American, I love my culture, my heritage, and I will (and do) choose to make positive decisions to make sure that identity is secured. That does not mean it has to come at the expense of another ethnic group, both rhetorically, or practically. I no more “hate” other ethnic groups than an all-girls school hates boys.
What I do hate is hypocrisy. The type of hypocrisy that allows some groups of people free and full ethnic expression as a unique people, all the while denouncing and hurting other groups of people whom want the same type of expression. I do hate the fact that European-Americans are held to a completely different standard – in their own nations no-less. I hate the fact that if I say anything about it I’m somehow less than savory. I hate the fact that these so-called “liberals” supposedly champion human rights while doing all in their power to pass thought controlling “hate” laws, racist affirmative actions policies, and celebrate the decline of White-Western culture.
If you are an American of European descent, you need to wake up and realize that developing a sense of ethnic community is no bad thing. Defending that community is not wrong either, so long as you do it justly, responsibly and peacefully. You shouldn’t allow politically correctness guide what you think should be acceptable, that isn’t freedom and that isn’t American. Race relations isn’t as black and white as many would have us believe. The sooner you realize that the sooner we can actually create something to the benefit of all.