The working class has been fighting for a living wage and bearable working conditions for centuries. While Europe prior to the advance of capitalism had believed in the importance of the elites having a “nobles obligation” to the lower classes to provide for them a survivable wage, infrastructure, and other needs, the modern class war is one of “every man for himself.”
The true definition of society is one of an extended family. The father is the spiritual and moral head of the household, called to guide and steer his family through the tumultuous ups and downs of life while providing for them. Following that template, a natural and organic aristocracy exists to unite the folk as one and to ensure the health and long-term survival of a nation. The redefining of a nation from a folk and community to that of a “social contract” business arrangement creates a tyranny of the rich over the working class.
A society cannot survive as the Communists would have it, with the working class overthrowing the elites. A society also cannot survive when the elites betray their God-given mission to be proper stewards. A nation will survive and thrive when the elites and the blue collar can unite, hand-in-hand, and work together to build a better nation for all walks of life.
America is a ultimate expression of the decline of the unity between the elites and working class. In a revolution that dismantled centuries of monarchy and the Church ruling over the society, Freemasons and capitalists were able to Shanghai millions of colonists into embracing the identity of America. The American identity is one not forged in blood, history, race, or theology, but one based on the worship of the Almighty Dollar. Like the Israelites of ancient times who worshiped the Golden Calf, the American elites have bought into the worship of self.
The working class in America has always struggled under the weight of taxes and regulation which make moving up socially and economically very difficult. The control of “old money” over the affairs both social and economic of State’s and the nation ensure that democracy and equal protection under the law are little more than words tossed out to placate the masses.
While a poor man who steals fifty dollars from a liquor store might get ten years in prison, banksters who loot billions from hardworking pensioners will get house arrest in his sprawling mansion. While White working class individuals are forced to send their kids to integrated schools that push cultural Marxism and are increasingly dangerous due to large numbers of Third World gangs, the elites can send their children to elite academies.
Working men and women cannot organize to achieve safe working conditions and livable wages without hired thugs and government agents harassing them and busting in their skulls while the rich are given bailouts and immunity from prosecution for their countless crimes against humanity. The economic and social System in America has never been equal before the law, because it was never intended to be.
While the degeneracy of America’s elites are numerous and attacks on the humanity of the White population are seemingly without end, the labor situation in the 20th century is the epitome of the battle between Tradition and Modernity. In Logan County, West Virginia, the battle lines were drawn and the people of West Virginia and America at large had to decide, which side are you on?
The work towards living wages and safety standards for the working class in the 19th and 20th century were not polite political struggles, they were outright wars. The labor struggle was led by various factions of working organizations such as the more radical I.W.W (the Wobblies), the United Mine Workers, the American Federation of Labor, and other smaller factions ranging from Communist organizations to labor organizations with fascist undertones. The American labor movement was far from a united front, a fact that the bosses and government took advantage of.
Just as the modern White Nationalist and Traditionalist movement struggles with infighting, the American labor movement had too many personalities, egos, and vested interests in not coalescing together. The battle between “radicals” on both sides of the ideological perspective, both of whom disliked the centrist labor leaders, left a movement in which personal attacks, backroom deals, and division became rife.
Most modern Americans when they hear “organized labor” think of a Left Wing phenomenon. Much like the modern Irish Republican movement, organized labor has been hijacked by Communists. That is not how the movement started out. Organizations such as the Knights of Labor that was a majority Traditional Catholic organization and other Right Wing labor groups were some of the most dedicated and ferocious defenders of workers’ rights.
Communists, anarchists, and other Socialist organizations were even “White Supremacist” by modern standards, by supporting immigration controls and advocating almost entirely for White workers. Almost without exception, until the latter half of the 20th century, organized labor and unions were endeavors with a wide spectrum of beliefs, but were almost exclusively a White affair. Racial Egalitarianism was not then and never has been supported by the steelworkers, coal miners, and legions of hard working White Americans who were part of the labor struggle.
The “moderate” wing of the American labor movement, much like the conservatives of the modern era, were far more interested in the respect of the System and financial benefits, than actually helping the workers. The American Federation of Labor under international Jew Samuel Gompers continually betrayed the men and women who were literally having their skulls cracked by company thugs and police officers.
It should strike a familiar chord with modern Traditionalists where Jewish money and Jewish leadership works to create a false opposition. The System gives respect to that organization, but the values they are supposed to hold to are never met. Contemporary kosher conservatives who betray Christian values at the behest of their Jewish masters are simply the next incarnation of a political movement for the best interests of White Americans. The moderate labor organizers who positioned themselves as the “rational” and “reasonable” alternatives to the “radicals” were the first ones to buddy up with the bosses, media, and government. This insiders’ club essentially meant that the working class and union organizers were on their own.
The issue of factions breaking ranks is a classic problem in political movements. In the modern White nationalist movement, fights over uniforms, symbolism, cosmetic differences, and egos leads to more damage to the Cause than the Left could ever do. Too often, White advocates are happy to throw their own folk under the bus, and the labor movement of the 20th century was no different. When the hardcore unions and labor organizations held strikes that became unpopular with the government and media, many of the mainstream labor organizations betrayed their comrades in the struggle.
This would come back to haunt the mainstream organizations because years later when the bosses and government worked to reneg on their previous deals, and the labor movement was unable to come together. When unity and trust are broken, it is very hard to put Humpty Dumpty back together again. Breaking ranks doesn’t work in battle or politics, a lesson that contemporary culture warriors should remember.
The buildup to uprising was one built upon years of suffering, work, and the blood of martyrs. When I first began researching the treatment of mine workers in the 20th century, I found the first chink in my belief in capitalism being a positive economic System. The conditions of miners and factory workers in the recent history of the Western world should be horrendous enough to make every man, woman, and child either a communist or a fascist, because the “free market” taken to its logical extreme is the embodiment of greed and evil.
At the end of the day, the battle of organized labor should resonate with the average man and woman in America, even if they are not toiling away in a mine or factory. How is receiving a paycheck of fiat Federal Reserve notes any different than receiving company scrip? Although companies like Wal-Mart have only recently been forced to stop issuing scrip in nations outside of the United States, the practice has largely moved from the private sector to the Federal Reserve. Company scrip, or paper “money” printed by a company for their workers to use at company stores at least is a currency backed by a corporation that produces, the Federal Reserve is backed only by insidious greed and public ignorance. The Federal Reserve monopoly on the American worker is nearly complete, with the exception of those turning to bullion, Bitcoin, and other alternative currencies.
The System’s persecution of the workers of the modern era is even more wicked than the thuggery of the Baldwin-Felts gunmen. Workers are no longer having their skulls cracked by baton-wielding company guards, they are having it done by the supposed upholders of law and virtue. Companies and the elites no longer need to outsource to private companies (although I am sure that Blackwater would love the job), the police are simply the tools of the elites.
Cops with mace, drones, and “no knock” warrants enforce the whims of the business owners who have long ago bought and sold the politicians in Washington, DC and the Statehouses across this nation. In the early 20th century, the company goons would be “deputized” by the local sheriff and be given full legal protections to be armed enforcers for the company. Local law enforcement willingly pawned off its power in order to get bribes and new equipment from those willing to pay. Just as Sheriff Chafin of Logan County West Virginia was able to amass a personal fortune and seemingly endless power through corrupting the position he had been elected to do by the people of West Virginia, so do many of our modern law enforcement agents betray their cause to protect and serve the citizens of their state or county. The dignity of the American worker when they attempt to organize, strike, or make real political change is crushed by the forces of the System and misdirected by controlled opposition.
The modern workers unions are been entirely hijacked by the System. Hordes of Third World immigrants and their families will not help American workers, it will drive down their wages and cripple the American economy into a pathetic banana republic. When workers wish to strike, most unions do not even pay the lost wages of their workers as they used to in previous, and more dedicated generations. The American unions of the modern era are lapdogs for the globalists, “Workers of the World Unite Under the New World Order” is the new battle cry instead of unions working to improve the pay and conditions for the working class. Homosexuality, infanticide, and pats on the back to other Leftist causes have taken the place of advocating for the worker, a tragic reflection of the corruption of supposed leaders.
The fundamental problem facing the White working class is the same one that faced the miners at the Battle of Blair Mountain, belief in the System. The men of West Virginia had suffered under company thugs, low wages, harassment, and even the murder of sympathetic lawmen like Sid Hatfield did not push the men to throw off their shackles, but the murder of women at Sharples WV thrust the men into action. In 1921 over ten thousand miners picked up their hunting rifles and marched on the town of Mingo to free arrested miners and take the fight to the bosses.
The miners fought with company scabs, police, and private detectives with thousands of rounds being exchanged. The company used airplanes ( a first in American history) to drop homemade explosives on the miners and their wives while gunning down countless blue collar workers with machine guns and military grade equipment. The fears of modern Americans when the local police are given armored vehicles, automatic weapons, and drones is not unfounded, we have examples in American history where the law shows it will do anything to smash those who question the orthodoxy of the State.
The miners had fought a hard fight for three days around Blair Mountain and it looked as if they would soon crack the police and company line, then President Harding sent in the army. To a man, the union refused to fire on Federal troops who in every strike previously, and in this circumstance, took the side of big business. The union workers believed in America, believed in the American dream, and believed in their government, and that is why they were doomed from the start.
The battle of Blair Mountain proves that if you truly want change you cannot expect the System to give it to you on a silver platter. White workers cannot get a fair shake from the bosses or the politicians, they are all in bed together. One look at Bilderburg, the Council on Foreign Relations, or the Trilateral Commission shows that business and politicians go hand in hand. This System is corrupt and we cannot hope to be able to raise up our people and our families in a positive and Godly way when we are under the bootheel of the elites.
We must demand and seize the dignity of a living wage and the future of a new nation here on the North American continent, for our people, and by our people. Compromise with the System will only leave you in hovels surrounded by Third World invaders as the politicians and business elites sit in mansions upon a hill. It is not time to beg scraps off of their table, it is to toss over the table and remove our support from their rigged economic System and their perverted Judeo/Masonic “nation” and create a Home just for us.
White workers of the world unite, and dump the bosses off your back.