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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

The Age of New Nationalism

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair, we had everything before us, we had nothing before us, we were all going direct to Heaven, we were all going direct the other way…(A Tale of Two Cities (1859)

A spectre is haunting the world — the spectre of nationalism. In many nations around the world, its citizens as well as its governments are turning toward nationalism. Finally looking inward, finally rebelling against the international community which doesn’t exist except in the minds of Western liberals, and returning to that pure concept of ethnic self-rule for the fixes that ail their countries [1].

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Toward Identitarianism: Thoughts and Ideas

It is in thy power to live free from all compulsion in the greatest tranquility of mind, even if all the world cry out against these as much as they choose, and even if wild beast tear in pieces the members of this kneaded matter which has govern around thee…for to me that which presents itself is always a material for virtue, both rational and political, and, in a word, for the exercise of art, which belongs to man or God (The Meditations or Marcus Aurelius, ch. VII).

An Identitarian, that is one who understands and believes metaphysically the nature of identity. This understanding necessarily precludes modern superficial identities, which change over time or disappear over time. This leaves us something deeper and more meaningful, namely blood ties. That deep connection that is genetic and biological. The atom is within those who are conscious of their ethnic existence, and because of this it will never change or disappear over time. This isn’t to say man doesn’t change over time; he does, but something remains eternal and uncompromised.

Friday, December 12, 2014

The Dogma of Free Trade

The entire free trade theory willingly recognizes that there will be winners and losers. But the net benefits we are told, will clearly outweigh any costs. But the costs are there, and often times will not be counted as easily as units of coal exported and units of cheap chinese junk imported. Unemployment leads to depression, destruction of the nuclear family unit, mass relocation, ghost cities, and disproportionate strain on different sectors of our society.

By Vincent Law

We are told that International Trade raises all boats. Hecksler and Ohlin, Ricardo, and even Krugman with his theory of monopolistic competition, all make an argument for the benefits of free trade.

Of the many assumptions that these theorems hold, one of them that remains fairly consistent is the realization that certain sectors will be helped and others hurt by free trade. If your country is relatively abundant in a factor, according to H-O, you will focus on the abundant factor and will increase wages and employment in that sector to the detriment of the less abundant sector. (Read, white collar services vs. manufacturing.) Or as Ricardo puts it, there will be a comparative advantage in production of one good versus another and the country in question will focus on producing that one good. But what happens if you no longer produce goods in one sector that used to employ millions of your citizens?

Can We Stop Pretending Yet? The Obama Amnesty

The United States of America still belongs to European-Americans in some primal way that can never be transferred via a piece of paper. The flag is still ours in some way that can’t be touched by anyone else. And this remains true even though the rot was present at the beginning of the American experiment and it’s hard to see how America could have ended up any other way.

By Gregory Hood 

Can we stop pretending yet? Can we please just stop with this sick farce of Constitutions, and Dreams, and Exceptionalisms and all the rest of it?

It’s over. It’s done. The Experiment failed.

At this point, what is the point of all this?

Barack Obama just abolished immigration law by granting amnesty to an estimated five million illegal immigrants. All of the children of these illegal immigrants will be citizens. He did this unilaterally and illegally. We know it was illegal because he told us so on multiple occasions over the last few years.

If the rule of law, the principle of sovereignty, and even the distinction between foreigner and citizen is to be abolished, why do we have this government to begin with? It seems incredible that this massive apparatus commanding vast intelligence agencies, terrifying military and paramilitary forces, and nightmarish weapons capable of destroying the world ten times over is simply giving up.

Sunday, November 2, 2014

The Destruction of the People

The problem only begins where one locks together two, three, four or more different and incompatible cultures in the same country, so they are crammed together, but do not belong together. 

A translation of a speech given in 2012 by German center-right political activist Manfred Kleine-Hartlage.

It is not automatic, and it does not happen by chance, that people indeed manage to live together peacefully and orderly; it is an astonishing wonder that they do. Every culture is a fine network of thousands and thousands of largely unwritten rules, values, shared memories, shared beliefs. Every culture is a unique, specific answer to the question of how people do it, and when I say “unique”, then that means inevitably these answers vary: there are cultures in which the family clan and its unconditional cohesion is the basis of society, which protects individuals, and there are on the other hand individualistically-influenced cultures like ours, in which you trust the state and the laws to provide this protection, and which relies on everyone else doing the same. There are cultures in which the ability and willingness to use force has prestige value, and there are cultures like ours in which violence is outlawed. There are cultures in which yielding is considered a sign of weakness, and there are cultures like ours, in which conflicts are regarded as mere differences of opinion, which are at best discharged discursively and at worst in court. 

Might Whites Have Interests Too?

White Americans, decedents of the historical founders, need to realize that however much they resist it or hide it, they are a people too. And like any people, have interests. For starters, what they’ve inherited is with worth preserving, nay, worth fighting for.

Silly seasons, they are upon us again. This is not in reference to the gripping midterm elections. I am referring to the succession of holidays that close out the end of the year: Halloween, Thanks Giving, and Christmas. Once celebrated widely and enthusiastically, our American holidays have become targets of the iconoclasts, multicultural, politically correct forces that are allowed to shout down the majority. And even the most innocent and silly holiday has come under fire.

Saturday, April 26, 2014


Essay by Michael McGregor 
White identity is the biological and cultural heritage of Europe – not the cultural heritage of '90s cartoons and boy bands. Being White means sharing ancestry with the men who discovered the stars, created the greatest works of art known to humanity, and conquered the known world.

There is little doubt that an authentic, White identity is the greatest taboo in modern Western society. But there is one form of inauthentic White identity, intrinsically tied to popular culture, that is allowed by polite society—because it mocks Whites for being uncool and out of touch.

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