Nationalist Solidarity with the Czech Worker’s Party

November 21, 2017 in Commentary

I had the honor of speaking at the Struggle for Freedom event held by the Workers’ Party of Social Justice in the Czech Republic in 2014, and it was a true pleasure to be back in Prague for the celebration this year. At the rally this year, there were comrades from many European countries. Nationalists from Austria, Germany, Slovakia, Canada, and of course myself from the United States; came together as Europeans, to celebrate together and to plan for our future.

Europe and the European diaspora are united as one. Instead of dwelling on our historical conflicts between our peoples, we now stand as one people. To see the recent growth of nationalism, and most importantly of nationalist solidarity, was an inspiration. After the rally in Prague, I traveled with our comrades to attend a major conference of the Alliance for Peace and Freedom in Brno.

My speech from the Prague rally is focused on the principles of solidarity between European nationalists.

Matthew Heimbach

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Helter Skelter: Misanthropy and Modernity

November 20, 2017 in Commentary

It’s been several years, but I was at a White Nationalist dinner party in San Francisco where I introduced myself to an attractive, sharp, middle-aged woman. I introduced myself as a nationalist and asked her how she came to share these ideals. Typical nationalist mixer smalltalk. She admitted that she wasn’t a White Nationalist at all and I smiled warmly, wondering how a normie had wandered in. Plot twist: I was the normie. She was an adherent of ATWA (Air, Trees, Water, Animals), the preferred name for the contemporary adherents of the Manson Family cult.

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Infinite FailQuest: The War on Syria

November 17, 2017 in Commentary

I was still in my twenties when this nonsense started. Even the neoliberal standbys at NPR seem a bit exasperated at this point, “Pentagon Says It’s Staying In Syria, Even Though ISIS Appears Defeated.”

Raqqa, the de facto capital of the Islamic State, is taken and in ruins.

U.S. troops and civilian aid workers are in the Syrian city, helping local officials restore basic services such as food, water and electricity.

But the recapture of ISIS-held territory in Iraq and Syria is only a partial win for U.S. policy. After seven years of civil war, the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad remains in power. The other U.S. objectives — the end of Assad, a new Syrian constitution and democratic elections — remain unfulfilled.

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Jewish Perversion and Jewish Privilege

November 16, 2017 in Commentary

Sarah Silverman is already spearheading the campaign to rehabilitate her friend and fellow tribesman, Louis C.K, in the wake of his being exposed as a predatory pervert who routinely cornered women and jacked off in front of them. In her obnoxiously anti-White, anti-Christian “comedy” special which somehow remains on television despite terrible ratings and reviews, she asks the loaded question, “Can you love someone who did bad things?”

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RE: The Atlantic’s Lost Boys and the Future of the AltRight

November 14, 2017 in Commentary

The Atlantic has a whole issue dedicated to the AltRight, including an essay, The Lost Boys, which attempts to understand the political movement in neoliberal language and framing. A big theme for everybody outside the movement is the fracture which emerged shortly after Trump’s election between the “AltLite” and the “AltRight.” I don’t give much thought to the loss of Gavin McInnes, Milo, and Steve Bannon, but it’s important from the mainstream perspective because that division confirms that we won’t be able to pull off another mainstream electoral coup like we did in 2016 in the near term.

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