Well before Donald Trump first electrified White America with his cannonball into the political process the summer before last, we were assembling a Traditionalist Worker Party dedicated to a message nearly identical to his own. While others were conspiring to infiltrate academia, working hard to distance themselves from working class optics and aesthetics, and dwelling on outmoded paleoconservative and paleocolonial frameworks, we knew which direction the wind was blowing and what we needed to do to lead White Americans forward.
We called it.
Not only have we enjoyed astronomical membership growth and global media coverage, our handful of local pilots for direct community outreach have been succeeding. While what’s readily visible are our street fights, public engagements, and Internet memes, what’s more important is our humble and steady work to qualify ourselves, face-to-face, door-to-door, and rust belt neighborhood to rust belt neighborhood, as the true advocates in both word and deed of the white families who’ve been left to choke by the establishment.
Translating our rhetoric of advocacy for and investment in marginalized white folks from mere talking points into quantifiable improvement of the conditions and communities of our people is the foremost challenge our movement faces, and we’re undeniably in the lead. Australia’s Sky News recently interviewed and trailed our organization as part of a hit piece on Trump. In the process, they followed TradWorker along for some of our outreach, discovering first-hand that we’re genuinely connecting with and speaking for real people who are ready for our message.
There’s a “Credibility Crisis” in America, one where people are awakening, one by one, to the terrifying fact that their entire system, from the government on down to the local news crew, are aggressively and openly hostile to the impoverished and unprivileged communities throughout the Rust Belt and Appalachia explicitly because of the color of their skin. Who credibly speaks for these tens of millions of people who desperately need a voice and a vision?
But we must prove ourselves credible over an extended period. We must prove that we’re serious. We must prove that we’re professional. We must prove that we’re strong enough to push back the enemy. We must prove that we’re above the infighting, ego battles, and factionalism of the old movement, investing our hearts and minds in winning fights with our enemies instead of our allies. We don’t really have the money to manifest our vision, and we don’t really have the volunteers. But what we do have is a working model, a successful demonstrated prototype of applied White Nationalism.
Whether Trump wins next week or not, our challenge will remain pretty much the same. While Trump’s message and methods are similar to what we dreamed up a few years ago, he’s not an ethnic nationalist; he’s a civic nationalist. That’s a good start, and a world of difference over Hillary’s anti-white globalist political machine. But the very real tribal differences between American citizens, the rapid demographic changes, and the necessity of naming the Jewish oligarchs place a firm expiration date on Trumpism. After all, this is the last election cycle where Trumpism is even possible before demographics permanently eclipse implicitly white populist nationalism.
We’re here for this election cycle. And we’re not too jealous or purist to obstruct Trump’s historic candidacy. But our vision strikes at the very root of our dispossession in a way that Trump cannot. Trump is capable of winning a national election while our more “radical” message remains on the margins of popular discourse. But if current year has taught us anything, it’s taught us that the bounds of discourse can seismically shift without warning.
We’re doing our best to organize and prepare for the aftermath of this election, but we need your help. We need your investment. If you can join TradWorker, please do so today. If you can’t join, but you would like to support our work, please do so today. It’s vital that we seize the opportunities raining down around us, and it takes manpower and resources which are in short supply. Become a stakeholder in a proven and rapidly growing organization so that when you grandchildren ask, you can confidently and sincerely prove to them that you took a stand for them in the hour of decision.