Well this has been one of the roughest weeks in history for anyone on the political right. We had same-sex marriage become the law of the land, weaponized diversity has become public policy, and SWPLs have been hyper-sanctimonious in the banning of the Confederate Flag in wake of the Charleston Shooting.
Pretty rough indeed. I’m sure your Facebook feeds have been full of rainbow flags along with anti-racist hyper-signalling and all you can do is sit there and take it. Posting the Scalia dissent or interracial crime statistics would surely be some kind of expression of “hate.” Just bend over and take it whitey… it’s legal now in marriage anyways.
As they tear down the Stars and Bars and hoist up their rainbow colored fifty shades of faggotry, I am reminded of what the Confederacy once stood for. I am a Yankee so I never viewed the Confederate Flag as an expression of Southern heritage, though I am sure to many in Dixie, it is that. Today, I would even view at as a symbol of White Identity. In 2007, when I became initiated into the Paulbots, I viewed the Confederate Flag as a symbol of the right of secession. I still view it that way.
Now, more than ever, it is necessary to call for secession.
If there is any good at all to come from this past week it is that more White Christian Americans are now dispossessed. They are awakening to the fact that this is no longer their country. As White Christians are further put through the ringer with churches losing tax-exemption and HUD’s attempt to culturally enrich white neighborhoods, dispossession will continue to rise. This is good. I recall the moment when I became dispossessed (the Trayvon Martin incident). You stop caring about Constitutional fetishism, the size of government, what George Soros is up to, or Obama’s birth certificate, and other concerns that Conservakin typically have. Instead, you start caring about more important things like survival of your peoples.
In order to do so, we must seek an exit.
With dispossession, comes that feeling of apathy for the idea of the United States. Maybe at one time it stood for values that you cared greatly about but that is obviously not the case anymore. It stands for Transgender children, #BlackLivesMatter, and viral POZ loads in the confines of holy matrimony.
Hoppe on Secession and Nationalism:
Forced integration, illustrated by such measures as busing, rent controls, antidiscrimination laws, and “free immigration,” invariably creates tension, hatred, and conflict. In contrast, voluntary separation leads to social harmony and peace.
Hoppe once again:
Secession increases ethnic, linguistic, religious, and cultural diversity. while in the course of centuries of centralization hundreds of distinct cultures were stamped out.
Richard Spencer believes in the formation of a White ethno-state on the North American continent and I strongly support this idea. It appears to me to be the only way going forward. We are not going to “take back our country” as Conservakin are always talking about and I’m sure their version of taking the country back differs greatly from ours. There is nothing to take back. Better yet, why would you want to take ‘this’ back? The USA is dead now. I know, it’s sad. We had a good run though. There were lots of good times.
There’s lots of negativity in this sphere of the internet and that is understandable. Things are bad. Things are going to get worse. However, I am optimistic going forward. The alt-right/Dark Enlightenment has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few years. While most average Americans will not be partaking in the esoteric mega-LARPing that takes place in #NRx on Twitter, they are becoming racially aware. That is the first step.
Some may ask, “Is secession legal?” I say, “who cares?” Might makes right.
Begin unplugging. Secession starts at home. Disobey. Become self-sufficient, the collapse is coming. Let us hope those Austrians are right so that the American experiment can end and we can start the world.
Much like the Soviet Union inevitably collapsed, so will America. Hoppe, once again, on the collapse of the USSR:
With the collapse of communism all across Eastern Europe, secessionist movements are mushrooming. There are now more than a dozen independent states on the territory of the former Soviet Union, and many of its more than 100 different ethnic, religious, and linguistic groups are striving to gain independence.