Category Archives: Nationalism

A nationalist analysis of common libertarian views

As American nationalists we share several ideas with the libertarians and other constitutionalist conservatives, such as the right to private property, national independence and the support of free-market capitalism.

However there are some elements that differentiate nationalists from conservatives and libertarians, namely that nationalists see government as a means to an end and not as the end itself. Also, nationalists recognize the importance of nation and patriotism more so than libertarians and conservatives.

In the same vein as my post on candidate Gary Johnson, who is more of a demagogue than a  true libertarian but whatever, here is a few major criticisms most nationalists agree with and that concern libertarians mostly, but also conservatives to a degree.

Of course immigration is at the top of the list (which should surprise no one) :

Why vote for the American Nationalist Party ?

Many American citizens want a real change from the Republican and Democrat parties who offer the same solutions to the very problems they helped create. But a lot of these Americans don’t consider supporting the American Nationalist Party ( ) because they see it as either “racist”, “fascist” or “intolerant”.

American Nationalism

American Nationalism as portrayed by the media

Nothing is further from the truth, and if American Nationalism has a reputation of being an “intolerant movement” it owes it more to the left wing media propaganda than to the actual program of the party.

American Nationalism is first and foremost about protecting our sovereignty and national identity. The American nationalist refuses the totalitarian diktat of the United Nations, the World Trade Organization and the European Union.

Essentially, American nationalism is about doing what is right for our country in all circumstances and independently of our differences and political ideologies.

To read more about the American nationalist platform

Immigration leads to anti-Americanism ?

After fifty years of denial, obscurantism, anti-racist propaganda and thousands of mild alcoholic drinks and other expensive cocktails exchanged by useless politicians, some of our media finally start to accept the facts : there is anti-Americanism, even in the United States of America.

Furthermore, many studies published by diverse media source now confirmed a well eluded fact : anti-Americanism is more present in immigrants than in strain Americans.
Example : Nearly 70 percent of Mexican-Americans – including those born in the United States – owe their primary loyalty to Mexico, not the U.S., according to a poll commissioned by the Center for Immigration Studies. No shit Sherlock.

The same studies many other groups of population all possessing at least two nationalities, or at least coming from a progeny of fairly recent immigrants show similar results.

Of course, such publications drew immediate and highly voiced criticism from many anti-racist organizations. You know, the ones that believe one American shooting a Muslim is a hate crime but terrorist attacks killing three thousand Americans is of course, not.
Note that these so-called anti-racist organizations reacted not initial study nor to the fact that 70% of Mexican consider themselves anti-American, but to the publication of this data. We already knew that left-wing extremists had a hard time with reality.

Now these studies lead to a primary question : is immigration responsible for anti-Americanism ? Are immigrants less prone to patriotism than strain citizens ?

As always we shall base our opinion on factual data and not some left-wing fabricated media-whoring to determine the best answer. It helps to actually have a brain when studying sociology (take notes Ron Paul).

Many nationalists seem to believe that to maintain an adequate level of patriotism, immigration should be restricted to very strict circumstances, or even banned altogether.
If it’s been proven that a vast majority of immigrants are far from maintaining an adequate level of patriotism in the USA, does that mean all immigration everywhere is as bad, or are these consequences simply a result of a much deeper problem strongly linked to our ethnomasochistic political decisions ? You may already know the answer.

Take most European countries for example, or Asian countries (Korea, Japan, India, China…). Having much less freedom to express their cultures, sometimes even leading judicial persecution (in some of these countries the mere fact of displaying a foreign flag is against the law), and facing much much more anti-immigration and ethnocentrism than in the USA, you would tend to believe that the immigrants would be even less adherent to their new nation right ?

Once again, the simplistic, fantasist and somewhat delusional views of Ron Paul and other liberal hypocrites don’t exactly coincide with the reality of factual evidence.

It’s been proven that in ethnocentric and patriotic nations, immigrants tend to try their best to fit into their new culture. On the other hand, in a country like the United States of America which lacks ethnocentrism like no other, immigrants will of course be unpatriotic.

What chance do you have for an immigrant to become patriotic when the country which is receiving him automatically places himself in the seller position (ethnomasochism) instead of the buyer position (ethnocentrism) ?

What chance do you have for someone that immigrates say from Mexico to the USA to be patriotic when all he sees from the strain Americans, including the media, is ethnomasochism and anti-Americanism ?

On a side note, I’m not trying to sound like a left-wing hippie at all and furthermore I believe that all immigrants committing offenses or unpatriotic acts should be deported and dispossessed, as in every other country in the world.
The goal of this article is not to provide yet another hippie ethnomasochist alter-dicksucker globalist view on immigration, but to clarify the correlation between immigration and anti-Americanism.

Nationalism is an ideology not a political movement

When we refer to nationalism in the United States of America, there is always a considerable amount of confusion about the meanings of this term.

Does it designate patriotism ? A more advanced form of patriotism ?
Is it left-wing or right-wing ? Is it conservative, liberal or socialist ?

Is nationalism like communism ? Is it authoritarian ? Totalitarian ? An autocracy ?
Does it consider the state or government above all individuals ? Is it collectivist ?
Is it white-pride groups that openly promote their love for the German (Nazi) flag ?
Is a national socialism an oxymoron ? How about national libertarianism or national anarchism ?

Of course and as always, the mass media backed by the global agenda is to blame for this intentional confusion around the real meaning of nationalism.

In no other country in the world are nationalism and patriotism so stigmatized as in the USA, and in no other country in the world are these terms intentionally stripped of their meanings by ethno-masochistic propaganda and mass media obscurantism either.

Nationalism as an ideology, not a political regime

Nationalism is not a political movement. Nationalism is not a political regime. Nationalism is not a political system. Nationalism is not a political doctrine.

Despite these facts, many still misinterpret nationalism as an opposition to “classical” liberalism or socialism.
Nationalism, and to a lesser extend fascism, are ideologies. The fact that they are exclusively associated with the political scene is a common misconception.

Socialism, liberalism, libertarianism, conservatism, populism, authoritarianism, and the list goes on… are all political systems, as they can be adopted and adjusted to fit any particular view.
This explains how you can have national socialism (Nazi Germany, Modern Germany and most European countries), international socialism (Obama), even more ethnomasochistic international socialism (California), religion oriented socialism (Pakistan, Iran and Islamic countries in general), ecological oriented socialism (Green Party), racial separation oriented socialism (American Nazi Party), faggotry oriented socialism (Occupy Wall Street). The same goes for every other political movement quoted above.

A political system is define by the way the government, and the other branches of power (executive, legislative, judicial), organizes society.
No room for an ideology here. Welfare and wealth redistribution will have different meanings and justifications whether done in the USA or in Nazi Germany.

Understanding this issue grants one to comprehend better the incoherence of considering candidates such as Ron Paul or previously Barack Obama like “saviors”.
In both cases, the mass media has attempted to build these candidates into “providential men”. The pattern is very simple :
1. There is a problem (alternatively and more realistically, there are many problems).
2. These people have the ultimate magic-pill solution that will magically fix everything. The change !
3. Of course the big evil republicans/racists/government/bankers/traders/homosexuals/conservatives/power-rangers/corporations (insert the traditional scapegoat for every problem) are against them.

Disregarding the factual evidence that these candidates are proposing the exacts same solutions to the exact same problems we encountered for now more than fifty years, the mass media will try to build them as anti-system, or anti-establishment candidates.

I shouldn’t say the exact same solutions, because politically these candidates differ greatly especially when comparing Ron Paul to Barack Obama, but the exact same ideology : ethnomasochism and cult of the foreign.

Whether it’s Obama mourning about Guantanamo or the behavior of American soldiers overseas, or Ron Paul whining about American “bullying” the “rest of the world”, disregarding the evidence of European colonization of our culture and European imperialism, they both follow the same traced route of global solutions to typically American issues.

American problems are ideological not political

The major problems with the United States of America aren’t political, they are ideological. (well arguably Obama added some political problems over the top, but you get the idea)

These are the same ideological issue we faced now for over fifty years, and even more than that !

From the very first day Americans started neglecting their own culture for the foreign, from the very first day they started trading American interests for the global agenda, from the very first day Americans became ashamed of anything relating to American culture, we were bound to face the issues we face today (trade deficit, no national identity, communitarianism, anti-Americanism, de-localizations).

We have now been facing the same problems for fifty years, and we are still trying to provide the same solutions. As Einstein stated :

Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

And I’m not criticizing any particular political system, although I am doubtful of the effectiveness of Obama’s economic policies, I’m simply stating that we can’t fix ideological issues with political solutions.

Of course debt reduction is good, it’s even a necessity as I affirmed many times in 10 steps to ruin a country, but it won’t fix the majors problems we face.

Our trade deficit is growing each year, the foreign interests are the top concerns of our citizens, the unemployment rate is higher than ever, the foreign are colonizing more and more of our nation, our industry is facing massive de-localization, the share of American companies profiting from our daily consumptions are diminishing year by year, and so is the share of products made in the USA.

Nationalism as an ideology

The media is ignoring most of the real issues, and while our enemies have for the past century gathered more and more around nationalism, we have gone in the opposite direction : ethnomasochism.

Ten years after the Holocaust and a nationalist party was already reformed in Germany, while in the USA there is no nationalism to be found. Neither in the government, nor in the opposition.

When will the Americans understand that switching from ethnomasochistic socialism to ethnomasochistic libertarianism won’t solve our majors problems, the same way switching from a red square to a green square won’t make it fit in the circle hole.

Nationalism must become once again an ideology, not a political opinion, and be at the center of our decision making, whether from the government or the citizens.