This post was inspired by conversations with my father. My father is generally a pretty cool guy, and not the stereotypical wimpy white liberal male. While most white liberals were falling over themselves to praise Barack Obama during his first presidential campaign, my dad was one of the few to not buy the hype. However, he nevertheless remains at heart a good liberal, and thus has some obvious issues with my views. While he wasn’t denouncing me in an accusatory tone, he once told me that many of the views I espouse flirt with Fascism. Does he have a point? After all, our blog believes in preserving white majorities, restricting non-white immigration, a belief in cultural unity, and an emphasis on traditional values. If it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck, right?
For starters, let’s take a look at the definition of Fascism. Oxford Dictionaries defines Fascism in the following manner:
- an authoritarian and nationalistic right-wing system of government and social organization.
The term Fascism was first used of the totalitarian right-wing nationalist regime of Mussolini in Italy (1922–43), and the regimes of the Nazis in Germany and Franco in Spain were also fascist. Fascism tends to include a belief in the supremacy of one national or ethnic group, a contempt for democracy, an insistence on obedience to a powerful leader, and a strong demagogic approach
With that definition in mind, we are not fascists for the following reasons:
1. We do not endorse beliefs in the inherent superiority, inferiority, or worth of different groups of people. We do not believe in HBD, eugenics, or scientific racism, even though we do unapologetically assert our belief that Western culture is superior.
2. We do not in any way, shape, or form, support or condone violence. Wanting to curtail immigration and preserve white majorities is not the same as believing in genocide. Not only is violence morally wrong, but from a purely practical standpoint only leads to more problems. Before they praise Hitler again, radical white nationalists would do well to remember that Hitler’s genocide and destruction paved the way for the eternal victim status of Jews, greater white guilt, and immigration and multiculturalism in Europe. We want nothing to do with any kind of violence.
3. We are not authoritarian, nor do we seek to abolish democracy. So how do we then plan on promoting and spreading traditional values when our current liberal society repudiates such values? Simple. As Dota has pointed out, leftist cultural pet causes are houses of sand that require constant upkeep. We don’t believe in coercing people into embracing our views, we simply want to find ways to remove the upkeep. Once the upkeep is removed, we are confident that societies will revert back to normal and healthy values. Patriarchy, as well as solid ethnic, religious, or cultural identities have existed in every civilization since civilization began. It’s only been in the past century, and in particular the past four decades, that ideologies such as feminism, multiculturalism (which is distinguishable from the presence of diversity), and racial self-flagellation have enjoyed prominence. Once they no longer have academia, the media, and the government to consistently prop them up, their days of cultural hegemony will be numbered.
So no, we are not fascists. Yet why is it that people who espouse our views are constantly taken to task for our supposed association with Fascism? Why aren’t those who promote progressive and leftist causes demonized in a similar manner? Considering that a not insignificant number of left wing intellectual and cultural elites either supported Communism or ran interference for its crimes for decades, it’s remarkable that aside from Rush Limbaugh types, they more or less aren’t made to defend themselves from accusations of Communism.
I actually don’t think that liberals and progressives should have to constantly defend themselves from such charges, despite the fact that modern leftist beliefs have significant roots in Marxism. All I ask is for some fairness and consistency. If leftists don’t want to be associated with the likes of Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, and North Korea, then we shouldn’t have to suffer accusations of being the ideological descendants of Mussolini, Franco, and Hitler.
North American societies have been polluted by cultural leftism and are in dire need of correction, but one doesn’t have to be a goose stepping doofus to recognize that.