The Southland: Anglo-Saxon, Not “Celtic”

One of the peculiarities of Americans is our tendency to latch onto “memes” about our own ethnic origins. The best example of this would be the Irish-American phenomenon, where millions of people who likely have no significant Irish ancestry proclaim that their blood runs green, when they can’t name one county in or historical figure from Ireland. These obnoxious people are understandably hated both by native Irishmen and their actual ethnic kinsmen in America.

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Anglo-American Diversity

It is often said that Diversity is Our Greatest Strength™. It is also often said that White people have no culture. So it follows—by the logic of the left—that White people are not diverse, since diversity is largely used as a synonym for multiculturalism. We know of course that when people speak of diversity, however, it just means less White people. While it is debatable for the critical thinker to what degree diversity is useful and what kinds of diversity are in fact beneficial, there is no doubt on the alt-right that ethnic or racial pluralism is a source of tension and conflict in society and undermines cohesion and trust. We also reject the idea that the English-speaking European people of North America have no culture as rank bigotry. I cannot think of a single way one could reasonably define culture while excluding two hundred million people and the majority population of one of the world’s largest and most influential countries. To do so requires a radical re-interpretation of culture that is likely riddled with contradictions.

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The Confessions of a Cuban Fire Eater

I am often asked “Why are you a white supremacist” by many normies, they just can’t figure out why a young man of Cuban descent would ever become a Southern Nationalist, nor can some people in the movement. The reason why I did is quite simple: To preserve the great civilisation that is Dixie and her people from the very forces which destroyed Cuba.

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