Take Your Place

Through the years a war has been waged. Racially and culturally. Whites, a once proud people, have been handed defeat after defeat it seems since the 1960’s. The country our grandparents lived in and enjoyed is vastly different than the one we have today. A person conscious of this, yet not on our side, would ask himself why this is. Why is it that things seem to be getting worse? Also, why is it that such seemingly small numbers of people are the only ones willing to do anything about it?

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Unite the White

In the lead up to any confrontation, combatants find themselves having to differentiate between a few subsets of groups within the wider population. These can be classified, with a fairly broad brush, as Allies, Enemies, and the Disaffected. Traditionally, uniforms have made the distinction between the first two pretty darn clear, but that third group has always been troublesome. Their sympathies, should they even have any, may lie with one or the other, and it takes more than casual interaction to determine which.

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The Time for Cohesion

In my lifetime I have seen and learned about many things that have come to an end. The Roman Empire, the Third Reich and an endless list of other things. All have declined then fallen through internal decay and external forces prompting the end. One thing has remained constant through the ages. That is the white mans dedication to perseverance and ability to subjugate and control individual interests for the good of the group. Unfortunately, this isn’t what I think can be done in the case of White Nationalists and Southern Nationalists.

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Learning from Our Enemies

With the Unite the Right rally coming up fast, now seems as good a time as any to say something to the vast right-wing conspiracy that ID and Southern Nationalism in general has decided to tie our little boat to. There’s a lot we’ve accomplished since the presidential election—really, within the last few months as the attack on our heritage and our existence has been renewed. In that time, though, the old ghosts of right-wing past have come to haunt us: talking heads from WN 1.0 and the egos they carry behind them like Oni spirits wreaking destruction and the “not real conservatives” cries of the boomerposting that dominated the Ted Cruz campaign. There has been great organization, great networking, and a tremendous rise in overcoming the problems of leftist political violence—so much so that recently The Nation had to flat-out lie about right-wing political violence. CNN and the rest of the legacy media is imploding, and our talking points are gaining ground in the right places. There’s also been pissing-matches, undermining, and the ongoing feud between the “Alt-Right” and the “Alt-Lite”.

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