Moralism & Moral Arguments in the War for Western Survival

Moralism & Moral Arguments in the War for Western Survival

5,451 words

 Wrong Right

The following is the text of the speech that was made by Prof. MacDonald at the Northwest Forum on February 25, 2017 (audio here).

Obviously President Obama was a horrific President in pretty much every possible way. His domestic policies in particular have been anathema to the Alt Right—he would, after all, have loved to sign an immigration amnesty/surge bill into law. Nevertheless, a couple of things he said in his farewell address made a lot of sense, although he probably wasn’t thinking about the Alt Right when he said them

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Macron: There is No Such Thing as French Culture

There is No Such Thing as French Culture

2,878 words

The Death Of France?

“There is no such thing as French culture. There is culture in France, and iisdiverse.”—Emmanuel Macron, globalist party candidate for the French presidency

“We’re just going to have to get used to living with terrorism.”— The same douche

No matter how you feel about the French, it can’t be fun choosing between open borders guy and commie lady. You think I’m joking? The press keeps howling that Marine Le Pen is further to the Right than Donald Trump . . . except that she wants more social spending, and Macron is the one who wants a more free-market labor economy. Hmmmm, this is tough . . .

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Soft Revolution: Part I

Soft Revolution

Part I

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count 2,721

Drip, drip, drip.

Nothing like a little water, soft, nourishing, and consistent, to make a person realize the value and merit of a healthy drought.

Aesthetically, what of a broad expanse of Water, surrounded by undulating shoreline, outcroppings of boulders, natural debris, Pine trees, and blue sky? Magnificent, no?

Who wouldn’t want to swim, relax, or Fish in a venue such as this?

What of a Mountain stream, flowing steady, cascading brilliantly over a mountainous ridge, spilling outward and downwards, filling the basin below? What of the its great cousin, that Ocean of water, filling the great abyss of our natural home, giving us food, natural power, unlimited, and avenues of commerce and social contact?

We understand and feel some natural affinity to this placid description, knowing as well, that with a little help from Mother nature, a little change in atmospheric conditions, and viola, this placid context can soon change into tempest, Storm, and destruction.

Such is the placid life of a ‘drop’ of Water.

Containing such a valuable commodity, in the day to day routines of Life, as well, provide the individual an opportunity to share with the larger group, that Community, which sustains them both. There is a certain equanimity to this formula.

Remember, this all started with a single drip.

Such can be, and in most cases, is, the beginnings of change, of certain conditions necessary for rapid change; for Revolution.

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White Nationalism and the Internationale

 

White Nationalism and the Internationale:

The international dynamics and viability

of Ethno-Nationalism

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count 2,056

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The White Nationalist gets a good chuckle when opposition forces or simple ignorance champions the attack against ‘white nationalists’ as anti-internationalist. Nothing is further from the truth. The inter-nationalist character of White Nationalism is well documented, and has been a viable and healthy component of ethno-nationalism for a hundred years or more; over the past forty years, its has congealed into a defined and politically adept premise of the present-day white nationalist.

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Radio Nordfront Interview: Frank L. DeSilva

Radio Nordfront  Interview

 

Frank L. DeSilva

 

Interview of the History, Meta-politics, and Spirituality of the European Peoples. The Silent Brotherhood is discussed. The American Elections, Donald Trump, Syria, Russia, Putin, and much more.

A Western Rationale: Post-Modern Reflections

A Western Rationale:

Post-Modern Reflections

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count: 2,950

The slow, ineluctable demise of Traditionalism, will always usher in the desperate 14370405_1827204880846988_6120395156362018165_ncries of the revolutionary Nationalist.

The preceding centuries of Western evolution have presented a unique view into the political biology of organic life-cycles, of political experimentation, moral generation and degeneration, stratagems, tactics, zealots, revolutionaries. Philosophers and their unique philosophies. Statesmen and their own unique combination of personal world-views. Moreover, this evolutionary experience has presented to the Men and Women of the West, an incalculable model of reasonable and direct appreciation of the ways and means of political thought. We, of the West, have the greatest legacy of political thought in history.

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From Ásotthalom to Custodela: European Solidarity in Hungary

From Ásotthalom to Custodela
European Solidarity in Hungary

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László Toroczkai
László Toroczkai

On the 19th and 20th of December, 2015, I a ttended a nationalist gathering in Ásotthalom, a small Hungarian town on the Serbian border and a crisis point in the Middle Eastern/African invasion. I first heard about the gathering from the mayor of Ásotthalom himself, László Toroczkai, as I stood among tens of thousands at the conclusion of the Warsaw 2015 Independence Day march on November 11th. He had been invited by Ruch Narodowy, Poland’s nationalist party, to speak about his role in fighting the invasion and to announce his invitation to all pro-European activists to join him in Ásotthalom to see the town for themselves.

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Germany Abolishes Itself

Introduction to “Germany Abolishes Itself: How We Are Gambling with Our Country”

Thilo Sarrazin

Translated from the German by Gregory Ritter. Mr Ritter’s website, Atavistic Intelligentsia, covers a variety of topics, especially those that receive less attention in the Alt-Right, namely Russian and Near Eastern affairs. He writes that “we strive to make our articles and podcasts original, fast-paced and thought-provoking.”

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Sarrazin (1)

All political pusillanimity consists of concealing and veiling that which is.
Ferdinand Lassalle

Due to the economic and socio-political success of the post-war decades, a certain sense of pride has emerged in Germany. This pride is based on the diligence and efficiency of German citizens, in the steadily increasing standard of living, and the ever more developed welfare state. The four great economic crises — 1966/7, 1974/5, 1981/2 and 2008/9 — have hardly harmed this pride and Germans’ trust in the soundness of their economic and social model. Even the effects of globalization, the shifting balances of power, the environmental pollution and the feared effects of climate change have so far not had a lasting effect. This basic optimism has, after decades of almost undiluted success, clouded Germans’ view of the process of social decay and its hazards.

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The Franco-German Rivalry: A Recent Conflict

The Franco-German Rivalry:
A Recent Conflict

1,385 words

Translated by Guillaume Durocher

Translator’s Note:

The following is translated from Dominique Venner’s Histoire de la Collaboration

(Paris: Gérard Watelet/Pygmalion, 2000), 151-54. The title is editorial.

In The Birth of Two Peoples, the great medievalist Carlrichard Brühl demonstrated the extent to which the consciousness of a common origin [between Frenchmen and Germans] was still felt at the time of Saint Louis.[1][2]

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The European Heartland: Suicide or Indivisible?

The European Heartland: Suicide or Indivisible?

Frank L. DeSilva

Word Count: 1,128

What, exactly, is the Future of Europe?

Indivisible
Indivisible

The cacophony of voices surrounding the recent epidemic of ‘refugees’ coming to the Heartland of what is, to many, the ‘ancestral, and ancient homeland’ of the people’s commonly referred to as Europeans, seems to settle on two points: Refugee or Invader.

Just what, exactly, is the truth of the matter?

But first, in Europe itself, why do we see such a disparity in solutions in the East and West of the continent of Europe? It appears, by all accounts, that a division has taken place throughout the continent; this division, many fear, will become a ‘civil war’.

The elements of this civil war take on the faces of ‘liberalism’ vs. ‘traditionalism’.

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