White Nationalist Positions: Part I

The Positions of White Nationalism:

Part I

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count: 946

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The heady days of the Election are over. A new government is being ushered in. We will be seeing ‘policy’ statements, policy by fiat, and policies that this new government believes will benefit the Nation, as well as individuals.

At the same time, the aclaim of the ‘alt-right’, known for its anti-conservatism, has also presented a unique and burgeoning perception of ideological and political tenents, albeit wrapped in a more academic fashion, losing some of its import on the cacaphony of interests, world-view, and relatively new approach to the coming future, envisioned by many of us, to the modern citizen milieu, that has become America.

White Nationalism, on the other hand, is seen in more severe terms, as the broadly interpereted alt-right leaves room for even more questions. Presented below, is the first of several introductions to the definitive role of ethno-politics, both on a National level, as well as the Personal. For, after all, White Nationalism concerns the human element of ‘blood and bone’, and politics must follow this assertion.

What is the White Nationalist Position on

Government?

The White Nationalist and white nationalism in general, sees government as an extension of ethnic-nationalism – race, in its natural form and utilitarian function. Like religion, government reflects the idealism, naiveté, mores, customs, and intellectual predilections resident within that body. This may seem outdated, if not radically opposed by our present reality. This is the whole point of white nationalist action and reaffirmation of our traditional exceptionalism – not the crass imitation of ‘exceptionalism’ foisted upon us as the exceptionalism of our forefathers, or of the West itself – but, rather, the exceptionalism of our traditional race-imperative, that is, the good with which we looked to our own future, for our own children, our own communities, complete with healthy disagreement over political, religious and social ideas, and in this contest, made us the richer for it.

Government, in the eyes of the white nationalist, is a beacon-light, as it leads by example and, in some cases, by punishment. The Western ideal of ‘government’ has always been restrained by the ‘needs’ of its tribal units – of its individuals, juxtaposed against the need and healthy requirements of the many; this has been a delicate balance. In America, our experiment seems to have reached its limits.

The White Nationalist sees our Western representative form of government as organic, representing the distillation of the hopes and dreams of his fellows, and denies the validity of the so-called working relationship of our present-day mobocracy.

Within the parameters of a white nationalist political system there will be, fostered by the public, a numerous amount of ‘political parties,’ since this will ensure that as many voices as Possible will be heard. We say ‘many,’ since there will be voices that will want to be heard, but proven time and time again to be dysfunctional to the nation and its People. With time, these elements, with the consensus of the nation-at-large, will disappear from the face of the body politic. The free-forum of debate, argument, and fringe elements are part of a sound political environment and will, with the best of our ability, be fostered – going as far as to financially support those independent parties that have gained at least a 5% minority of the popular vote in their state or region; on the National level – a 15% minority would validate a political precedent. A two-party system has become fraught with a single mindset, which seems to have left its people far behind.

The White Nationalist knows that every man has his worth, yet is recognized that not every worth is equal to that of another; hence, it is through the ranks of white nationalists that the goals, and education deemed necessary for the folk-community shall originate from this source. This attitude is consonant, upon reflection, with the best interest of the people, since no form of general government (mobocracy) has produced leaders worthy of their fame. On the contrary, only those few dedicated, driven men, in a democracy, have been able to challenge the existing order – usually, for their vision, and mission, these men are chastised, ridiculed, and mobbed by that mighty herd which have been turned against them by unscrupulous men, protecting their interest above those of their race-culture. These ‘leaders’ who are now in control of the press, communications, and military power call the individual spokesman who comes from the bottom ranks a demagogue, bigot, or worse in this situation. These leaders do not allow any new voice to be heard above their squalor of political intrigue. Only through a single party apparatus, with the foresight to aid in the political setting, can our Nation become strong again. In addition, from this party mechanism must our leaders come whom, after long years in the struggle for preeminence, they will know, and so will the people, just what they can or cannot do. The dedication they show will, ultimately, make the way for the individual intellect, that special genius, that comes so rarely to any people that will mark the ages with a new epoch of change and direction for the higher-man.

Form is relevant: if it works for the betterment of our folk we will use it; changing if necessary, the form by which we use in the furtherance of this position. Whatever form used, it will be the folk-community for which we use it. The responsibility of each citizen is paramount, in national referendums, or in the case of Plebiscite. To not exercise that responsibility, then, is to support the despotism, tyranny, and bad government, which we presently serve under at this time.

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