AT VFR, Kevin V. writes:
The key barrier to the nationalist message reaching vast swathes of our people is the illusion of conservative and Republican dissent. Only the nationalist understanding properly explains these things that trouble ordinary conservatives so. Only nationalist politics will allow our people to start the fight back and to secure a new national endeavor to protect our people, our history and our heritage.
For the U.S. government is just that: a mere government. It is not the American people. It is not even the United States. It is merely an organization, and one that, as the Second Continental Congress said, “whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”
This week saw the people of Arizona’s attempt to fight the illegal settlement of their state by a foreign power and people struck down by U.S. government. This week saw that same government give itself unprecedented economic power and cemented its key role in the very industry that is vital to our health and well-being.
This week exposed yet again the feeble weakness of mainstream conservatism and the Republican Party to do anything about any of this. This week it was made clear yet again that voting for this or that new (R) for President or any other office will not change the central power dynamic nor the out-of-control ideological madness of USG.
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The kind of “nationalism” that Kevin is talking about is a reaction too late. It’s not wrong and it’s not pointless, but it’s not going to reconstitute America. How can such a disparate people, barely alive in an alien, modern liberal country, effectively mobilize against their neighbors and even against their own family members without further tearing family and community apart? There is no evidence that it can unite family and community.
The American “nationalism”, if that what is was, that existed in early and late America, and that rapidly withered during the rise of the United States out of World War II, was organic. It grew here unfettered. It grew intrinsically, not as a reaction to an attack from it’s own living cells or from an air-borne disease. It was an innate, spiritual sense that engendered a community within a broader shared context with the sensible elements that create a nation. We were one people and we instinctively knew when an where to discriminate. The absurd modern notion that an alien people should be invited in and welcomed here to remain alien has killed America. The absurd idea that a people can remain American after all the understood and healthy constraints are lifted by modern liberal law has killed America.
America is not a corporation. We can’t buy back our shares and regain control of the business. The board of directors long ago fired the company founders. The gadflies are running the company.