In a recent article, I dismissed President Obama’s claim that Russia supposedly “stands alone“. Last week’s sweeping victory across the board for Europe’s nationalist parties portends the exact opposite. As austerity and demographic pressure steadily discredit Anglo-American social and economic models abroad, the American regime will be the one which dwells alone. America, with its vast financial infrastructure undergirded by its gargantuan military-industrial complex, will be able to keep the charade going for longer than its neo-colonial vassals and colonies.
Over the coming decade or so, we American dissidents will be forced to patiently wait on the sidelines as identitarian and traditionalist ideals sweep through Europe, Eurasia, and the Global South like a wildfire. Openly nationalist politicians will win nationwide elections and implement meaningful policies to defend and reinvigorate indigenous identities. Youth movements will take wing, bursting forth with subcultures, musical genres, and other creative expressions of a rediscovery of their rich inheritance.
Meanwhile, our American conversation will remain largely constricted to the narrow Democrat vs. Republican spectrum, perceiving what’s happening abroad exclusively in terms of thoroughly exhausted WWII analogies and cliches. Sure, TradYouth and our fellow travelers will be around, and we’ll be steadily growing and maturing. But as long as the system can afford to make the liberal status quo look like it’s working, our target audiences will remain largely disinterested in what we have to offer. No matter how obvious it might be in the big picture that the status quo is both toxic and on borrowed time, only its decline and fall will awaken the American public to the need for a radical re-thinking of the American Dream.
America will stand alone in a world leaving her behind, ditching her antiquated 20th century framework, and redefining herself along identitarian and traditionalist lines. Our oligarchs and their political machines won’t see it like that, naturally. And, naturally, most Americans will coast along with the propaganda being fed to them. They’ll be led to believe that America’s being left behind because it’s exceptional.
America’s exceptional, alright. America’s exceptionally beholden to a cartel of wealthy cosmopolitan oligarchs.
It’s frustrating to remain largely sidelined as France’s National Front, Greece’s Golden Dawn, and numerous other New Right parties make definitive progress. Rather than flailing around desperately, we should focus on learning from these various experiments in promoting identitarian and traditionalist ideals. Will Marine’s watered down populist angle pay off? Will Golden Dawn’s strident militancy inspire confidence or backfire? What strategies will the System use to impede them, and what defensive counter-measures can we take when we’re at that stage in our own struggle over here?
This is a generational struggle, and we’re at least partially beholden to overarching global social and economic trends. It doesn’t take a weatherman to see which way the winds are beginning to blow. But they’re not filling our own sails just yet. Even then, we’ll likely idly observe as every identity in America but White Americans unplug socially and psychologically from the regime. And once it reaches a fever pitch, the regime will likely pull out some dramatic stops to hold the center together, namely drastically reducing the military budget, folding up overseas bases, and winding down foreign aid in order to invest in pacifying its domestic situation.
Our job will be to keep our eyes on the prize and our hearts set on our final goal: ethnic self-determination and traditional values. Just as with the Ron Paul situation, we’ll surely have to grapple with future men and movements who offer seemingly revolutionary alternatives to the status quo. The only alternative to business as usual must be fully tribal and fully traditional or we must oppose it. Anything short of guaranteeing a safe and virtuous homeland for our future generations is short of our duty in the eyes of God and of our ancestors.