The following article has been playing on my mind for some time now and after speaking on this subject in our Paltalk room a week or so ago I feel I need to put my thoughts into an article to get some feedback from our readers.
The entire nationalist movement needs a metaphorical kick in the proverbials if we’re ever going to progress and start to reclaim our country. Did I just say ‘movement’ then? I must correct that before we start as there is no ‘nationalist movement’. What passes for our movement is nothing more than a few individuals playing at trying to be the big fish in their own little pond. I will come back to that a bit later as it fits in with the main thrust of this article, but for now I would like to pass comment on some of the recent attacks on us from various people over the last couple of weeks.
You will see the word ‘Plankton’ in the title of this article and this is exactly how I see those people who seem to be waging a war of attrition against this site and the good people involved with it. A handful of individuals seem to have made it their life’s ambition to try and destroy the British Resistance with their constant sniping and dripping of poison in to the ears of anyone who will listen. They will of course fail in exactly the same way as the Welsh mafia failed in their attempts to bring us down.
The ponds of choice for these individuals, the habitats in which they seem to thrive, are small personal blogs and online forums such as the British Democracy Forum. Now I know that some of the regular posters on the democracy forum are decent up-standing nationalists, but the same can’t be said for the others on there who purport to be nationalists yet act in a similar fashion to our enemies. These people specialise in sowing discontent and doubt in every possible direction and the ones that constantly try to undermine this site and its Editor know full well who they are and will not be named here.
It’s a shame that these so-called nationalists don’t spend as much time attacking the real enemies of the British people as they do this site. Jealousy breeds contempt and boy are these people jealous. Their philosophy seems to be, ‘well, we have no voice so why should they’ and it reminds me of a situation many years ago when I used to spend all of my time carp fishing. There would always be a guy on the lake who seemed to catch all the big fish while the rest of us mere mortals used to blank (catch nothing). Now the more fish this man caught, the angrier these lads would get and as their paranoia took over they would start coming out with all sorts of conspiracies like ‘he must have a special bait’ or ‘he’s cheating somehow, breaking the rules, if only we could catch him out’.
As time went on these lads cracked up and decided to try and get the man banned by complaining to the fishery owners. Now surely their time would have been better spent befriending this chap, talking to him and then asking him what his tactics were etc, and then they themselves could have applied it to their own fishing situation to improve their catch rate.
I hope you can see the analogy there – now let’s move on.
The current state of nationalism
Nationalism has never been more fragmented than it is today; with a multitude of different groups and parties out there we really haven’t got a chance of forming a movement with the potential to at least make a sizeable impact on the establishment’s grip over our country. I often hear various people bandying about the ‘we must unite’, ‘we must start to work together’, or the ‘one day we will have to come under one banner’ kind of scenario, but in reality this is never going to happen with the countless different organisations that have sprung up and flooded the nationalist spectrum. The simple fact is that if you were a member of the public approaching a point where for the first time in your life you were going to look for an alternative to the LibLabCon, you would find an overwhelming choice of destinations for your vote or support. This dilution does nobody any favours, except of course our enemies who must be laughing their heads off every time another group appears on the scene, and this my friends is the first issue we’re going to have to address.
We nationalists have been led by pretty much the same people for years now and the progress chart is back to zero. We are getting nowhere fast and it’s time to stop dreaming and start putting the necessary pieces in place that will lead to something formidable, something that will have the potential to strike fear into the hearts of our enemies. We need to stop talking of unity with such and such a group because it isn’t going to happen.
There is no chance of real nationalists that may currently feel at home in the NF ever working with the British Freedom Party, just like there’s zero chance of those in the British Peoples Party ever working with the Freedom Democrats and so on. Then there’s another group of nationalists that will have nothing to do with the British National Party because its run by Nick Griffin, and on it goes, a myriad of parties and groups who hate each other personally or despise the ideology of the next group. Cross party unity in nationalism isn’t realistic and even if was, what exactly would it mean, or achieve? Are we suggesting that BNPers go out leafleting for another party who may just be standing candidates against them? The whole idea is preposterous, and this is what I mean by ‘dreaming’.
Along with a range of political parties there are also other organisations chomping on the nationalist cake. Britain First for example says it’s a campaign group, which incidentally holds meetings as well. I’m not quite sure what the meetings aim to achieve as their main function seems to be running internet campaigns which for the life of me I can’t see changing anything on their own. They do however invite donations from the members to fund these campaigns so just from this one group we have I believe an excess of 1000 members paying yearly subs and donating to an organisation that in the grand scheme of things isn’t going to make a blind bit of difference to our plight.
Next up we have the British Constitution Group/Lawful Rebellion movement. Now these groups are a real mystery to me because although I agree with a few of the things they say, some of the other stuff they come out with seems way off the radar and touches on the unbelievable. They are also another one of these organisations that don’t stand in elections so therefore can never actually offer an alternative to the status quo. Like Britain First they also ask for donations and take up the precious time and resources of people that could otherwise be converted to proper nationalism, and they do this while having zero chance of ever running the country. Another important point to make here regarding the BCG and the lawful rebellion movement is that they are multi-racial organisations; or rather they don’t say that they stand for the white indigenous people of this country so from my perspective they can both be discounted as our possible saviors on that charge alone.
Roger Hayes is the front man for the Lawful Bank, which I signed up to at the start (I have a habit of boarding new ships to take a look) and I must say that at first the whole possibility of bringing down the bankers by setting up an alternative currency within the system seemed like a good idea, but to be honest my faith in it actually succeeding has waned considerably now. It must also be pointed out that they require 1 million people before they launch it and I don’t think for one minute that they’ll ever get anywhere near that number and more importantly, and this is the key point – if they were to achieve the magic million then what would that consist of demographically? Makes you think does it not? I think we can write these two off as our knights in shining armor as well at this point so let’s move on.
Back in June 2009 a new movement appeared on the scene, the English Defence League. The EDL originated from a group known as the "United Peoples of Luton", which itself was formed in response to a March 2009 protest against Royal Anglian Regiment troops returning from the Afghan War. They soon made an impact on the streets with their vocal anti-Islamic rhetoric and grew relatively quickly. Unfortunately the leaders of this group aren’t nationalists by any means. The EDL contain many good people but they are being led up the garden path by their Zionist controllers, and after jumping in bed with the despicable British Freedom Party; this move confirms that they won’t provide us with any solutions either.
There’s also the ‘New Right’ and the ‘London New Right’ which I believe are just talking shops. This is where the ‘intellectuals’ hang out and strut their stuff I suppose. We really do need these kinds of people on board and I’m sure there will be a place for them in what I will be suggesting in a while.
On the political party front the main contender is still the British National Party (if you discount UKIP) but that is a shadow of what it was just 3 years ago. A party deliberately destroyed from within whilst dashing the hopes of thousands of good nationalists across the country, but even worse, the BNP’s demise spawned the British Freedom Party and its bastardised ‘Cultural Nationalism’, a form of civic nationalism with a flake on top.
Division and personal fallouts gathered pace from that point on and even though the BNP seem to have stabilised somewhat now, their electoral results are nothing like they were before the collapse, their activist base is shot to pieces and they have little chance of regaining their previous momentum.
The English Democrats can be discounted from the off as they only represent England so would have little interest from British Nationalists. They also like to parade Asian people as ‘English’ so it’s not something any of us are likely to consider.
On to the National Front now who have always had a place in the hearts of nationalists simply because they have stuck to the core principles throughout their long history, however, they are not and never will be contenders for parliament as the image ingrained in the minds of the public from decades of media bias and hostility runs far to deep to ever be reversed.
There are others of course, even smaller parties like the British Peoples Party, the England First Party, the National Peoples Party and the Freedom Democrats, all tiny and will never pose any kind of threat to the status quo.
We also have the prospect of yet another political party emerging this autumn from the Andrew Brons camp and although nothing is set in stone yet, should it be born then my understanding is that it will be a BNP mark 2 without Griffin and the lunatics he surrounds himself with, and a touch more moderate to boot. They will undoubtedly attract a few hundred members over time and then plateau as the inevitable ‘sticking point’ is reached. They do have some intelligent people in their camp but that won’t be enough to overcome the various obstacles they will face so I think we can discount them at this stage too.
Now the overall point I’m trying to make here is that the nationalist scene is awash with an array of contenders for the title, all requiring resources and manpower to operate, yet none of them, no matter how well meaning have a hope in hell of ever threatening the establishment’s grip on power and thus we can deduce that if we don’t change our approach and come up with a serious battle plan then we have already consigned our country, its people and 15,000 years of history to the dustbin, and this my fellow nationalists is unacceptable!
Let us now discuss a few things
Ok then, we have established that cross party/group unity isn’t a realistic option and we also accept (?) that there are far too many players on the pitch to achieve the results we want, so what should we do? Now this is where things start to get a little tricky and before we start looking at the ‘Nationalist Octopus’ that I’m going to propose we have to face one or two major obstacles which is that all of the aforementioned political parties and groups have to go. They need to be removed from the nationalist spectrum to clear the way for a single organisation that everyone feels comfortable in joining. Now I can already hear you saying ‘that will never happen’, ‘how can you possibly remove them’, ‘the leaders of these groups will never close them down’, etc, etc, etc. On the one hand of course you would be correct and as I’ve already said, it is a major obstacle that needs to be overcome before the ‘Nationalist Octopus’ can be born.
Not only must these organisations be closed down to give us a chance of securing the existence of our people and a future for white children but some of our current leaders will also have to accept the fact that they can never hold a prominent position in the new organisation. This is a fundamental point to achieving unity. We discussed earlier on about how a certain amount of nationalists will have nothing to do with the British National Party because it’s led by Nick Griffin and I’m sure you can all think of another few names that spring to mind that you wouldn’t work under either…………. you see my point? Unity can only ever be achieved with a new organisation led by people that are not disliked by a proportion of the nationalist community and our current leaders are going to have to accept the fact that they have failed us and that it’s time to make way for something new that at least gives us a chance of saving our country. This is in effect a good test of their true colours. Let’s see if they’re in this to save our nation and are willing do anything to help bring that about, or whether their primary goals are to line their pockets and serve their own egos.
There will of course be exceptions as not all of the top echelons of nationalism are disliked by the grass roots, but the ones that are need to ask themselves one question; they need to put their hand on their heart and ask ‘Is what I’m doing now and what I represent going to save this country and bring about a nationalist government’? If the answer to that is no then I say step aside and make way for a new movement.
Regarding the ‘closing down’ of the current parties and groups; I can see two possible ways that this could be achieved and the first would simply be that those people leading all of the above organisations recognise the sense in what I am proposing and simply disband and close them down, preferably as a joint effort for ‘the sake of our country’. The second is that a sufficient number of people/nationalists who are present inside all of the aforementioned groups and parties come together and force their individual leaders to close them, or walk away en mass in sufficient numbers to render their particular group redundant.
Now let’s recap here for a minute. I defy anyone to disagree with what I have written so far where I have stated that none of these organisations have what it takes to save us, and by saving us I mean coming to power, becoming the elected government of this country whereby you’re then in a position to actually change laws and govern the people who elected you in the first place. Without actual power you will never be able to dismantle the monster and the oppressive system that we now live under, and this my friends is a fact that we all need to wake up to.
We will deal with ideological clashes in a while, but for now let’s look at some of the points that are often raised in the comment section. There seems to be a few people who have abandoned the electoral process altogether because they say that you can’t win, elections are rigged, it’s a waste of time etc, and instead they have turned to ridiculous ideas that are generally espoused by anarchists and other strange people. They talk of ‘leaderless resistance’ and even go as far as saying that we don’t need a government and that the people should govern themselves locally, they talk of ‘no taxes’, that paying tax should be voluntary, some of them have even convinced themselves that they are one man armies ready to wage war on the elites ‘When the time comes’. This kind of thinking is going to get us all killed.
Now then, to those of you who say that we don’t need a leader – I say that you’re talking nonsense as all things have a leader and have done since the dawn of time, it’s the natural order of things and it’ll always be that way. Companies have a C.E.O., football teams have a manager, armies have generals, political parties have a chairman and sometimes a leader as well, and on it goes. People tend to follow people and nothing is ever going to change that.
As for those that talk of stockpiling weapons and other such nonsense for ‘when the time comes’, well, when that time comes the state would crush an unorganised rabble before they knew what day of the week it was. The state would love a few individuals to ‘rise up’ as it would give them the opportunity to clamp down even harder on our freedoms. I really do think that we need to put these pipe dreams to bed for now and concentrate on what we can do and not what a few lunatics think they can do.
The simple fact is that time is fast running out and every day that passes is another wasted day in terms of fighting back because we really are getting nowhere the way things are structured at the moment. Nationalism needs a reality check and has to realise that it is just a fringe of a fringe movement that is largely despised by the public. What we need is a credible organisation that will at least give us a fighting chance and should we still fail then at least we will go out knowing we gave it our best shot. Can anyone really say that we are doing that now?
The Nationalist Octopus
So far I’ve given you my thoughts on why we need to change our current approach and why what we have now is destined to end in failure. In this section I want to spell out what we need to do and hopefully give you a clear idea of what I envisage, so let us begin.
We need a new political organisation that is bigger, better and far more sophisticated than anything that has gone before it and I refer to this as ‘The Nationalist Octopus’. The concept itself is extremely simple so for now let us assume that every other group out there has been closed down leaving a few thousand political refugees looking for a new home.
If you think that up until now I have attacked every other group and belittled their efforts then you have misread this article so please go back to the beginning and start again. The overriding point I have been trying to make is that all of these groups and parties are next to useless ON THEIR OWN. They all have at least one good thing going for them and some have many but nevertheless they can’t succeed as they are and we need to bring everything in-house and under one roof.
I call this an octopus (a figure of speech and not limited to eight arms) as it has a main body with many arms - tentacles that stretch far and wide, ready to reach out and strike at a moments notice, so let me give you some examples now.
As I mentioned earlier I think Britain First, as a group, is a complete waste of time and money as it has zero chance of ever running this country. What I like about Britain First though is its ability to run a hard hitting campaign at a moment’s notice, it’s the nature of its set up and what we need to do is emulate that and have a dedicated ‘arm’ in our new organisation which would be responsible for running campaigns. There should be someone in place whose only job would be to run that particular department with a team of volunteers who would help to identify targets and be ready to swing into action at a moment’s notice to launch a hard hitting campaign and get it out there in the public arena. I will leave the possibilities and potential impact of that to the reader’s imagination to save on space and time.
Now let’s look at the EDL which like Britain First are completely useless on their own for the reasons I have already mentioned, however, having an ‘arm’ in the new organisation dedicated to putting numbers on the ground at incredibly short notice would be a great asset. Like all the ‘arms’, this one would have someone whose job it would be to run that particular arm of the organisation to the best of their ability, with a team of helpers as they saw fit.
You should be getting a picture of how this starts to fit together now so lets have a quick look at some possible ‘arms’ that could be added, all professionally run by competent people whose sole aim is to do the best job they can for the ‘arm’ that they have been assigned to, which in turn is benefiting the whole organisation.
Suggestions for ‘arms’
A dedicated arm for campaigning. (Britain First)
A dedicated arm for street activity/protests. (English Defence League/Casuals Utd/NW Infidels)
A dedicated arm for putting out our own propaganda.
A dedicated arm to promote our history and culture.
A dedicated arm to counter the smears from the media.
An arm dedicated to the smooth running of the party website.
An arm dedicated to producing our own media. Videos/TV Channel/Radio etc (BNPtv/Radio RWB). I believe the possibilities of our own television channel are quite realistic now with the new ‘smart tv’.
A dedicated arm to educate our members in nationalist ideology. (New Right/London New Right)…. and others of course.
A dedicated arm for electioneering. (BNP/BFP/ED etc)
A dedicated arm for overseeing the entire organisation’s finances.
A dedicated arm to look at ways we can raise funds and improve the financial health of the organisation.
A dedicated arm to deal with any legal issues we could encounter. (BCG/Lawful Rebellion)
An arm dedicated to challenging the courts to try to bring down the establishment through that route, in the same way as the BCG and lawful Rebellion do now for example.
An arm dedicated to recruiting, overseeing current memberships/renewals - a membership arm.
An arm dedicated to Europe. I will expand on this in more detail below.
An arm dedicated to selling merchandise in much the same way that ‘Excalibur’ did for the BNP, but I would like to see a massively expanded version that could be called upon for just about any nationalist literature as well.
An arm dedicated to the overall running of the organisation that could liaise with and help all the arms work to their maximum potential. This would of course work in conjunction with the leader, chairman, deputy leader/chairman and Advisory Council.
I’m sure you get the idea now and of course one arm could liaise with another when a specific situation arises, for example – a major event happens which requires propaganda to be issued, so the propaganda arm works with the fundraising arm to produce literature or broadcasts, or the ‘courts arm’ gets involved with an important trial and needs financial or publicity support and so on.
The reasons for having dedicated arms with their own structure should be obvious as each part of the organisation would be functioning to its maximum potential. I see no limit on how large or small an arm could be as depending on its function it may only require 2 or 3 people to oversee its smooth running but nevertheless they would be dedicated to it in the same way as a large group of people would be dedicated to running a much bigger arm of the organisation.
The main body of the organisation would obviously have a familiar structure right up to the Leader/Chairman, along with all the usual meetings and conferences that you would expect to take place.
I would like to see an Advisory Council that consisted of the Leader, Chairman and Deputies along with the Regional Organisers and the people in charge of the running of every arm of the organisation. This I think would work very well as information could then be fed back through the organisation with ease.
I think it’s important to say something about money now. If this idea was to ever be born then we must learn from past mistakes. We must never let the financial side of things be controlled in the way we have seen in the British National Party. Millions of pounds were raised and yet we have no idea where it all went. The finance dept would deal with ALL the money coming in to the organisation and every single penny must be accounted for and meticulous records kept. Neither the Chairman, the Leader, nor anybody else for that matter should be allowed near the money, they would be paid a wage for the job they do and that is it. I also think it would work well if for example the ‘Campaigns arm’ were to require money for a specific campaign then they apply to the finance dept for that money, and the same would apply across the board, the ‘arms’, would submit requests to fund their own operations.
Now we could talk for hours on all the intricacies and maybe someone else would like to write an in-depth article expanding on some of the ideas I have a mentioned above but again, to save on space and running the risk of turning this article into a book, we shall move on.
Working with our European cousins
While nationalism in this country is in tatters right now, this isn’t the case in some parts of Europe. Nationalists in some countries, for example Jobbik in Hungary and the Front National in France, have already had some success so I think it would be a very good idea to try to learn from them where we can.
If the arm designed to run the whole organisation is run by a Leader/Chairman and advisory committee then a good idea would be to have one person representing each other country and perhaps even in contact with the main nationalist parties/organisations in those countries.
This will allow the leader to gain insight into how the other groups win elections or run successful campaigns and feed the information back into the appropriate arm. If our octopus is good enough however the other countries might need our help more than we need theirs and the same system could work in their direction if needed.
The vision I have of our overall organisation should see it operating in a way whereby all the nationalist groups throughout Europe would want to emulate it.
I’m sure you’ve all wondered how we could cater for all the different nationalist beliefs, ‘isms’ and ‘ists’ that seem to be out there so I’ll offer my thoughts on that one now.
Firstly, what is Nationalism? How do you define it? Well, if you asked a hundred different nationalists that question then I suspect you would get a hundred different answers so let me tell you what it means to me. (And before the ‘ideologues’ start, I am well aware of the technical definitions).
I like to keep things simple as over complicating something generally turns people away. Nationalism to me means having ones country, with a border around it, filled with its own ethnic group who elect a government made up of that ethnic group to run the country for the benefit of that ethnic group - simple really, and as a nationalist I reserve the right of all nations to do the same. Now seeing that the piece of soil that concerns us is ‘Britain’ it’s quite easy to define yourself as a British Ethno-Nationalist and I firmly believe that the new organisation should state loud and clear that they are British Ethno-Nationalists and exist to further the interests of the indigenous British peoples. This is after all our country and I don’t know about you, the reader, but I want it back.
There seems to be many offshoots of proper nationalism and most of them have come about from a belief that trying to promote the ‘real thing’ won’t work. I disagree completely with that as firstly, if you don’t fight for the ‘real thing’ then even if you achieved a certain level of success with your impersonation of it, you haven’t actually achieved anything because if you drop the race issue the only thing you’ve gained is the guarantee of a slower death. I believe that the majority of all the members of the other groups and parties still believe in Ethno-Nationalism but they look at the current crop that represent it and don’t wish to waste their time. I believe they would support a well run professional Ethno-Nationalist organisation. I also believe that a significant amount of our people who have never openly supported our ideas would also come over to an organisation run along the lines that I have described above, especially as things get progressively worse and the third world population grows ever larger.
The key to success is the way in which we behave, the way we present our ideas and the professionalism of those individuals who take up prominent positions in a new organisation; there is no excuse for being photographed in public giving Roman salutes if you’re the local organiser of a branch, for example. Likewise, we don’t want to see images posted on Facebook and red sites showing our key people baring their backsides for photographs or posing with an array of weaponry like we have seen in the past, or even arrested on assault charges before an election and burning Korans in the same timely manner. This is why we must have a code of conduct that every potential member would sign up to and abide by. If this was broken then the individual concerned would be reprimanded or removed from the organisation depending on the offence. If a newspaper were to run a story like they have in the past with the BNP then at least we could turn around and say that the person was dealt with in the appropriate manner.
The primary purpose of the new organisation would obviously be to stand in elections for all the reasons I gave above. The electioneering arm would have their work cut out all year round monitoring everything they possibly could in line with the resources available to us at any given time. With the right people in place we should be able to run professional election campaigns in our target areas to maximise the chance of success, and already I see from the last sentence that whenever an election is looming the ‘Elections’ arm of the organisation would be working closely with the ‘Campaigns’, ‘Propaganda’ and ‘Financial’ arm for obvious reasons.
I have heard a lot of people say that standing in elections is pointless as the whole thing is rigged and you can’t win. There is some degree of truth to that as the chances of gaining the required 326 MP’s to form a government is pretty slim indeed, however, that is not the point, as standing and indeed winning at local level raises your profile and that of the party itself, people become aware that you’re there and a percentage will always take a look at you. This is where having a well run professional organisation comes in to play because if they like what they see then there is a good chance they will want to join you whereas the opposite would apply if you look at some of the current set-ups we have now.
The object would always be to win - where and when we can, raise awareness that we exist, recruit new members and grow our organisation to the largest possible size because success breeds success and to some extent we saw that when the BNP were on a roll in the past.
Important points regarding the political route
1 - We should aim to grow to a large enough size that we can’t just be ‘written off’ as a fringe movement.
2 - If you ignore the political route then you can never present an alternative to the status quo.
3 - There is no better way of raising our profile and letting people know we are there for them than standing in elections, whether we win said election or lose it.
4 - Being active and participating in politics gives our people hope and presents them with an alternative to the status quo.
5 - However, electioneering should never be allowed to take over the whole organisation’s aims until the point where it is actually a winnable effort.
6 - Realistically there is no other way we can regain our country, regardless of what the naysayers will tell you.
7 - If we were ever to find ourselves in a position where we gained complete control of our country then you would need a lot of experienced people to actually run it and if we abandon politics and participation at local level then it won’t be us that steps up to the plate. This is also true regarding those that for some strange reason believe that all we have to do is sit back and wait for the ‘coming collapse’, at which point they seem to think that governments will fall and the people will all of sudden ‘wake up’, turn in to hardcore ethno-nationalists and hand over the reigns of power to us.
I say to those people that you need to snap out of that thinking, and quick! Here are some points for you to think about.
A - There is no guarantee that the doomsday scenario that some talk of is ever going to arrive.
B – If that day were to ever come then what makes you think that we would win the war?
C – If the government was ever overthrown, what makes you think that the people would turn to us?
D – If they did look to ‘nationalism’ then what exactly would we have to offer them if we abandon politics and the electoral route now?
E – There has never been a more important time to get our act together and put into place what I have suggested in this article as we have to present a vision to the British public that will be firmly ingrained in their mind. They need to know that we are here, that we are responsible and that we offer a real alternative to the current parties. If they can see that then all we need is an opening……. a coming collapse maybe?
This is an area that I feel extremely passionate about as your ‘manifesto’ should be the document in which you present your ‘vision’ of what and how the country would look like under your governance and how it would function.
I have seen a lot of poor manifestos out there along with some good ones but none of them really convey the necessary image required. I have lost count of the times I’ve been asked ‘how would you solve this problem’, and ‘what would you do about that’ etc, so we need to be able say to people ‘look at our manifesto’ and it will answer all of your questions.
We would need experienced people from all fields and especially those who can ‘crunch’ numbers correctly as the economy is one area we can’t afford to get wrong. If we are serious about wanting to run the country then sound bites aren’t going to cut it. It’s all very well saying we would nationalise the utilities etc but how would that work in practice? You see the problem? We need extremely detailed plans on every aspect of society so that people don’t feel like they’re taking a ‘leap of faith’ by voting for us. We need to ‘sell’ our product in the same way a salesman needs to sell his and if we get it wrong then the customer simply won’t buy it.
Two manifestos would be essential; you would have the full one and the shortened version for those that wish to get a rough idea of what you stand for before they look any deeper. As far as I’m concerned not one of the organisations mentioned in this article cut the mustard in this area so there would be a lot of work to be done in bringing things up to the required standard.
So to wrap this article up now I want to make a few last points:
1 - If this were to ever take off then nationalists need to be more positive. When it comes to our outlook we seem project negativity all the time as we like to talk about all the things that are wrong with society and who caused them, we like to apportion blame to those responsible and generally have a good moan about everything. I’m certainly no exception there as anyone who’s heard me in the Paltalk room will testify.
We are defensive and negative and it needs to change. We should be looking at what we can achieve and start describing to people how the country would look under a nationalist government. We should also be turning their verbal attacks back on them and not trying to defend our position by denying what we are, for example - if they call you a racist then turn it round and shoot them down in flames. Use the Mantra, use everything you have to verbally destroy these cretins with reasoned argument, it really isn’t hard as I do it everyday in the Paltalk room. Always remember that you are debating from a position of strength, and not weakness. We are right and they are wrong, and we should never forget that in a debate.
2 - There may well come a time when all is lost in regard to the political route and we find ourselves in a war-like situation, but that time is not now, so stay focused on what we can do today.
3 - If we’re to have a realistic chance of securing the existence of our people and a future for white children then we somehow have to unite as one formidable force because together we are strong but divided we will fall.
There is no point in scuttling around in small groups thinking that because we are undetected that it is a position of strength because if the authorities don’t know about you then neither do the people who you wish to win over to your cause. Bring this battle out in the open and let’s fight the war head on.
4 - Some of you might ask the question “why can’t we do this without having to close the other groups down’? The answer to that is obvious – we need the combined resources of all the other organisations. Most importantly though we must give our people only one realistic alternative to the LibLabCon and it must be a damn good one that’s founded on sound nationalist principles and run in a professional manner.
The concept of what I’m proposing is very simple - we need to unite if we’re going to give ourselves a chance of defeating the beast. We all know the obstacles that are in the way of that and I hope I’ve managed to offer a few solutions to those in the above article. We need one strong organisation and not an array of groups that aren’t up to the task we face. I am utterly convinced that if we carry on as we are then we have lost.
I hope I’ve put across some ideas in this article that at least some of you will like. The article itself is my honest opinion on where the nationalist movement stands today and what needs to be done if we are to secure the existence of our people and a future for white children. You may or may not agree with me but I’m sure that most of you will have something to say about it in the comments section.
If you do disagree with me and have a better idea on how we can achieve a nationalist government then please write an article and send it to the editor as I will be most interested in what you have to say.