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  1. I made your point to Spencer in October 2007. I was at his apartment in Alexandria with a couple of guys who had just hosted a Robert Taft Club. Ron Paul spoke to a packed audience.

    Richard was floating the Duginist idea of an ethnostate. I made a point about regionalism and said, “In the South, you can have slavery.” He looked at me like I was crazy. In retrospect, he was right. Regionalism has failed.

    If White countries don’t find a way to unite, non-whites will always find ways to make cracks in the dam. This is why Russians feel threatened when Germany lets in Muslims. Canada feels threatened when we let in Hispanics. If they get into one of our countries, they can spread into others.

    You are right to blame Old South Southerners who could afford the best agricultural equipment money could buy in the 1700s. They failed to foresee the biohazardous consequences. There has never been a multicultural nation that survived as long as ours. In the big picture, 242 years isn’t long at all. At some point, there will be a new Charlemagne who can chase out the invaders.

    The Holy Roman Empire guarded the world’s most precious ecology for 1,000 years. There is evidence that something like that, but wildly larger in scope, existed during the Ice Ages. The Romans remembered this as Lemuria. The Lemurians were an ultra-White race of giants. They benevolently nurtured other races worldwide while maintaining distance and racial separation. That would be the ultimate goal of Dugin’s ethno-topia.

    Would the South have a leading role in that? Yes, right along with Russia and northwestern Europeans.

    Can we go back to the 1850s? No, not even to the 1950s. Of course, either of those are preferable to the present, but like you said, they weren’t perfect either.

    What matters is to fully understand the ideal and avoid splintering among our own. Try to tend toward White unity.

    There are a few debates that are a good backdrop to your article. One of them is Spencer pan-Europeanism vs. Paleoconservative regionalism. Regionalism uses the lexicon of state rights, the Constitution, and individualism. Spencer tends toward fascism and broad indentitarianism. Regionalism loves the Confederate flag. Pan-Europeanism uses Christian symbols like the cross.

    Is Christianity perfect? No. White religion needed revision 2,000 years ago, and it needs revision again on that same magnitude.

    What I don’t like, and what I think you are reacting against is Anglin and Weev’s drift into Americanism. They are trying to morph the U.S. flag into a White nationalist symbol. The Alt-South is correct to realize that this won’t work. THE American symbol could have been the Confederate battle flag. It had the potential to become a true rallying symbol because its St. Andrews cross harkened back to something deeper, something European, something spiritual. Any purely secular symbol cannot captivate the hearts of our people.

    None of us know what the ultimate optics meta trump card is. If we did, I’m sure we wouldn’t mind some collateral damage to non-Whites in order to save our DNA from extinction.

  2. Logistics and timing are the key to a successful military operation 100% of the time. We have neither of those right now. I find myself in agreement abliet begrudgingly due to the severity of the issue however sound doctrine must take the place of emotional reactionism if we are to begin making serious headway.

  3. I like the idea of reclaiming. The question is how?
    * Do you want your sons subjected to Jamal in the locker room or Jose?
    * Doesnit not pound the American theme of “we’re all the same?
    * I have seen football work nominally well with private schools, but many of our people can not afford that.
    * Shooting sports through FHA can be good. Almost zero participation from Nike Americans.

  4. Fantastic piece. People need to open their eyes to how the world really works. Far too many have been ignorant of it or in outright denial. We must reverse the present course if we are to survive.