This is an updated version of the tenets of Dixianism as previously introduced and incorporates the definition of Dixian People as previously defined. It is meant to be a positions statement on the “must haves” for our enduring existence and prosperity as a people. I have attempted to avoid secondary (and often the most divisive within the movement) beliefs. This is intended to provide a foundation (perhaps not yet complete) on which secondary positions may later be constructed using these as premises. Most readers will probably notice that this statement has much in common with the Tennessee Statement and the League of the South core beliefs statement.
The low T hirelings and catladies showed up in Shelbyville to double down on their dying Brownification theology that Christ commands us to give our country away to various incoming races and religions that don’t even like each other. They leaned heavy on singing songs but I didn’t quite catch the Scriptural reference for their views. Perhaps one of them will clarify in the comment section.
Imagine members of a football team, let’s say the Confederate Rebels for example, who did not believe in Rebel Supremacy, did not believe in dominating and annihilating other teams, who denied any intention of winning the Superbowl trophy (a symbol of football team supremacy) at the expense of every other football team that also wanted the same trophy. In fact they claim that no team should ever “rule” over another and that anyone who did believe such was a disgusting, small minded bigot.
We are at the moment unilaterally disarmed against Antifa and BLM/Black Power activists. They have a salute in the form of a closed fist while we have no comparable salute of our own to answer back with. Furthermore, some white nationalists also have a palm down, open hand salute. These symbolic hand gestures appeal at the visceral level, to the primitive man within. The youth love them. We run the risk of getting left behind in the movement marketplace if we don’t have a competing salute of our own. This is not about competing in the marketplace of ideas with strong arguments. This is about competing for aesthetic appeal against other movements and even sportsball (eg the Tomahawk Chop at Braves games or the Hook’em Horns sign at University of Texas games). We are dealing with raw, primitive instincts here, not reason.
It does not adequately describe us to simply identify as altright or white nationalist. While it is true that our primary identity is based on our peoplehood rather than ideology, it is still expedient to be able to articulate an ideology. Unlike liberals, trucons and libertarians, we are a people that possesses an ideology rather than an ideology that possesses a people. Our ideology is necessarily Dixian-ethnocentric or it is worthless, without saltiness, to be trampled underfoot . Its tenets must at least stand up to the simple test:
Is it good for the long term interest of the Dixian people?