Nationalist Unity and the Lie of Civic Nationalism
Written by Richard Newman
The Poor State of the Left
In this age of Muscular Liberalism, former friends on the right and left have fragmented because of a lack of clarity in the direction of their own political ideal. The left have embraced Islam at the cost of alienating those who previously supported their cause. Women's groups and homosexuals have been alienated by this shift, as well as the atheist and Marxist left who cannot take on religious views, where previously the supported Islam was due to its anti Colonialism.
In religious circles also there is fragmentation, as the Liberal priesthood have continued with their atheist agenda to destroy the established church, the moral Conservative element have started to reassert themselves, most notably by their latent support of marriage.
Although a relative small percentage of this nations people are involved in such struggles, the persecution by the Muscular Liberals (The Left), which now includes almost all the political and religious elite, against any voice of descent is endemic. Any person or organisation which dares to challenge the accepted Liberal world view is attacked, even those organisations which were once considered Liberal. Liberal Fascism has now achieved almost hysterical levels.
The Poor State of the Right
We sometimes forget the persecution of Nationalists by Nationalists. Before 2009 we thought that the greatest threat to Nationalist dogma was the so called Liberal left, yet as the Liberal left have fragmented as we have seen above, the so called right have also fragmented. The EDL continue to fall apart due to the Zionist leanings of their leader Stephen Yaxley-Lennon. They are joined in this disintegration by their allies in Liberal Nationalism.
How can any group expect the support of the people either politically or more importantly, morally, unless they are secure in their own ideology. This has been a constant issue that has been a thorn in the side of the Nationalist cause for years, and is not restricted to Britain, with many Nationalist groups in Europe suffering from the same malaise.
All civic Nationalist groups now ban membership of ethno-Nationalists. This includes the pro Zionist EDL, and by default the leach organisations such as the discredited British Freedom Party. Even the Brent Group (which has changed sides more times than Italy) by following the EDL path also ban membership of Ethno-Nationalists.
Geert Wilders has managed to alienate many in Nationalist circles by banning ethno-nationalists from his ranks. There is much to be admired about Geert Wilders, but his Freedom Movement has not achieved the success that he would have hoped. Many people believe that Geert Wilders has become a one issue politician, focusing as he does on opposition to Islam.
UKIP with its 14,000 members also continues to be regarded as a one issue party, with its focus on opposition to Europe, although it has done well financially out of its association with that organisation.
Even the British National Party, the one time icon of the right has by its new association with civic nationalism and its attempted association with the EDL destroyed any credibility it once had. In a very short time moving from ethno to popular to cultural and now civic Nationalist dogma, in a move which would strike a cynic as a shift designed to follow the money.
So what is a nationalist going to do?
If he or she is a Racial Nationalist then they should go to the far right, understanding that such followers of a failed ideology would never achieve the popular support needed to change Europe for the better.
If he or she is a Civic Nationalist they should join UKIP, because that is where diseffected Tories belong, understanding that the policy of Civic/Liberal Nationalism will not solve the problems of Britain.
If he or she is an Ethno-Nationalist then they have two choices in Britain First and the National Front, which has modified its stance in a similar manner to the Front National in France.
This division within nationalism can be better described as a schism and is continuing with the disintegration of the BNP and the EDL to Liberal and Civic Nationalism ensuring that Ethno-Nationalists continue to move to Britain First and the National Front.
Regardless of political belief people must remain true to their beliefs. I have the utmost respect for those of all political and religious beliefs who continue to hold those views in the face of persecution. A test of the strength of a political belief and dogma is its ability to survive despite the attacks upon it. Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov better known as Lenin suffered exile, Asia Bibi suffered imprisonment in Pakistan, and even Kim Dae-Jung of South Korea was exiled rather than compromise their views.
We may of course be wrong, but I put it to you the reader that if we were so wrong then why are we so feared and persecuted. The list of those who have remained true to their beliefs and failed is as long if not longer than those who have successfully attained political power.
I remain true to my Ethno-Nationalist ideals understanding as I do that it is not wrong to love your people and your country. I am not a racist or a Fascist rejecting as I do both ideologies, but a realist who is true to his beliefs and hopes that when the time comes, which it will, Ethno-Nationalism will be the only political thought that will save us and Europe from the rise of Islam and Marxist Atheism.
I have nothing but contempt for all those so called Nationalists who have embraced Civic/Liberal Nationalism, which includes a capitulation to multi-culturalism and globalism. Or those who take the thirty Zionist pieces of silver, and still call themselves Nationalist.
If we wish to have Nationalist unity it must be between true Nationalists, and not the poor imitations.