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4th Generation Warfare for the 4th Position

January 26, 2016 in Commentary

White Americans need a warrior for their cause more now than ever before, and you, the humble reader, are at least as well qualified to make make war on their behalf as any other person.  But, don’t set off on your Lesser Crusade before understanding how you might go about fighting for it.

War does not always demand violence but it does imply violence in most of its large-scale applications.  War on a lesser or non-conventional scale could get along quite well without or with very little violence at all.  This is an entirely reasonable proposition once you understand the manner in which we on the alt-right are predisposed towards.  We are more than activists and shit-posters– we are an intricate network prime for conducting Fourth Generation Warfare and it’s time we started acting like it. Read the rest of this entry →

Wrong response, wrong enemy and wrong reason

November 17, 2015 in Commentary

Remember the time you got tricked into fighting a neighbor because of a malicious third party who hated both you and the person you fought?  That petty and unnecessary squabble isn’t any different than what’s happening in Paris right now.

The scores of dead and wounded from Paris’s Jihadist attacks are going to be put up by the Zionists as the French equivalent of our 9/11.  The French are going to be tricked into starting another war in the Middle East, and it won’t do a thing to solve the real problem of how and why a Paris night club was shot-up by Middle Eastern terrorists.

Billionaire Jew George Soros is on the record saying that international borders are a nuisance and a problem, and I’m going out on a limb here to guess that he’s also one of the major players who is directly financing the human trafficking from the Middle East to Europe.

Every single news story about this bleeding-heart “humanitarian crisis” has only talked about the immivaders’ struggle and what they have to deal with when they arrive in Europe.  Shame on us for refusing to roll out the red carpet to some thousands and thousands of people who inexplicably showed up on our doorstep, right?  Wrong.  The real story here is that the news outlets aren’t telling is how these immivaders showed up on our doorstep. Read the rest of this entry →

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Europe is on Fire: Refugees and Migrants Attack Paris

November 13, 2015 in Commentary

My mind can’t help but be boggled by the horror unfolding in Paris. For my entire adult life, I’ve joined my identitarian comrades in warning that unlimited immigration from the Global South will unleash unimaginable horrors in our Western homelands. My theoretical reach exceeds my visceral grasp. I can confirm aloud that the very fate of the French people is imperiled, but I can’t wrap my heart around the weight of it.

I can’t help but be a bit conservative at heart, yearning for some agreeable and polite way to muddle through things in a careful and patient manner. My mind knows that only a strident reassertion of our White identities and Western traditions can save us. Only an unprecedented modern mass deportation of invasive populations regardless of their paperwork, pious patriotic platitudes, and pleas for mercy, can save our future generations. It will get worse, and only a radical departure from society and politics as we’ve always known them will reverse it.

The hour for half-measures and muddling has long since passed. We must all guard against our degenerate impulse to cower and quibble in the hour of decision.

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How to talk to family and friends about “refugees”

September 16, 2015 in Commentary

Talking to friends and family about Syrian war zone refugees is about the same as explaining to a small child why it’s bad to adopt every puppy in the window at the pet store.  In fact, it’s almost exactly the same as what’s happening right now.  The Culture Distorters are hard at work showing American and European countries images of Syrian refugees via television and social media 24-7 in hopes they will “adopt” or “buy” all of the Syrian refugees.

You will need to have a tough, sober and serious conversation with your family and friends about the realities of international war zone refugee adoption programs.  They will not like you for having explained this to them, and they will behave like children.  Talking to friends and family about war zone refugees is no easy task.

The last thing anyone want to do is expose their family to the harsh reality of refugees’ dissimilar lifestyle, markedly different ethics and values systems, diseases and emotional or physical abuse that are all contributing factors to refugee violence in host countries. To help your family understand why they can’t have “that Syrian refugee seen on TV,” we’ve put together some family friendly talking points for tough questions.

After you discuss this with your family members, urge them to sign our Pledge to Protect American Communities from Syrian Refugees. Read the rest of this entry →

When Quitting is Winning: Time To Get Out of Afghanistan

May 30, 2014 in Commentary

"If I can just see the European war out I think I might feel justified in quitting the war." -Ernie Pyle

“If I can just see the European war out I think I might feel justified in quitting the war.”
-Ernie Pyle

Is the Obama administration pulling a “cut and run” in Afghanistan?  Politico writer Dan Reiter certainly thinks so, and he’s right to say that this isn’t the American way of war.  Americans are notorious for wanting a clear and concise “victory”, but there’s more to war than “winning” or “losing” and the increase of power we seek in a victory isn’t always related to completely and utterly crushing an opponent on the battlefield.

I’m not much for guessing what the administration’s real reason for bailing out on Afghanistan is, but if I had to guess I’d say they’re trying to get in shape for the 2016 elections.  The withdrawal of nearly all American troops by 2016 is a signal that we’re going to stop making so much war in the Middle East, but the severely underwhelming and over sensationalized “slash” in the 2015 defense budget says otherwise.  I also doubt that the Defense Department’s war agenda is going to become any less ambitious or even that we’ll stop fighting wars for Israel any time soon. Read the rest of this entry →

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