As you crest a small hill you’ll see a two-story farm house on the right. At this moment, most people would be looking for a spot to turn around and get back on the main road, but I’m turning into my driveway. The house is old, 1916 stamped in the foundation, but county records show 1889. The locals call it The Malone’s Place, but I call it home.
I’d guess nine out of ten activists in the far-right overall are men. I understand the numbers are not nearly that drastic in Southern Nationalism as the rest of the nationalist movement; yet a disproportional representation remains true there as well. The main reason for this problem is our politics is suited solely towards the masculine. I’m not suggesting changing that aspect nor do I prefer a more feminized society such as the West is today. Instead, I’d like to point out that it takes two parts to our whole to create a family, male and female, masculine and feminine and to offer THE SOLUTION to the original problem referred.