It has been a rough four years.
In moving on from Der Movement, this website is going to preserve the five truths which I consider absolutely essential and indispensible to our last two efforts.
- Race Realism
- Jewish Question Awareness
- Immigration / Changing Demographics
- Identity / Deracination
- Sex and Gender Realism
Basically, it is true that race and sex exist and have a biological basis. It is true that Whites have become deracinated and that White interests are neglected. It is true that racial and cultural demographics are rapidly changing and this is a cause for alarm. It is true that Jews are wealthy, influential and powerful and dramatically overrepresented among the elites who are driving these changes.
There are also a few things which we would like to salvage from the 2.0 movement:
- Populist style
- Political engagement
- Health and Fitness
- Networking / Community Building
There needs to be more of a balance between the seriousness and earnestness of the 1.0 movement and the flippancy and transgressive humor of the 2.0 movement. The former was overly serious while the latter was overly ironic and immature. The populist style of being plain spoken and getting straight to the point is something that we should keep. We should also be engaged with the national political conversation. We should also continue with the networking and community building. Finally, the focus on health and fitness in the 2.0 movement was worthwhile for its own sake and something we should continue doing.
The 2.0 movement got carried away with vulgarity, irony, conspiracy theories, misogyny, anti-intellectualism and triggering and owning the libs. It got even worse with the Zoomers where the boundary between the real world and the internet kind of disappeared. For whatever reason, the 1.0 and 2.0 movements were also fond of framing and presenting their views in terms of Neo-Nazism whether in an earnest or ironic form. The 2.0 movement was also plagued by violent accelerationism and cults of personality. It was essentially presenting the same ideas and material in a more humorous and transgressive way and using social media and riding Donald Trump’s coattails to attract a larger audience.
In looking at the 1.0 and 2.0 movements objectively, we see that both were built on these five truths with the main difference between the two being the style in which these five truths were being presented to the public and the relative lack of censorship on social media platforms from about 2007 to 2017. In building on the 1.0 and 2.0 movements, it is clear in retrospect that both suffered from some major blindspots that limited their growth and appeal to a wider audience:
- Lack of Philosophical Foundation
- Ethics / Morality
- Political Strategy
The intellectuals failed to create an integrated philosophical / scientific foundation for their worldview although Ted Sallis and Frank Salter’s work on Ethnic Genetic Interests showed the most promise. Der Movement also showed a lack of interest in ethics and economics. The lack of interest in ethics and the current of sociopathy running through the vanguardist wing repeatedly produced mass shooters who accomplished nothing but tarring the whole enterprise, blackening the work of everyone involved and deterring quality people from joining it. The movement has traditionally had relatively little to say about economics. It also repeatedly produced people who get carried away with nostalgia or their own fantasy world and who are committed to radical and impractical solutions to our problems. My personal favorite was Jason Jorjani’s plan to position himself as the leader of the Alt-Right which he planned to use as his base to overthrow the Iranian government, de-Islamicize Iran and restore the Persian Empire. There have also been an number of people over the years in the 1.0 and 2.0 movements who have created their own personal religions and who kind of expect the world to fall at the feet of Aryan man.
Instead of continuing to travel further down this road to nowhere, we are going to try to identify the issues that people care about in Joe Biden’s America in 2021 and talk about those issues in terms of our values and interests. Hopefully, we can find issues that the public cares about and we care about as well and we can win more people over to our side by establishing a mutual interest in solving those issues. Then we will relentlessly mock and critique the “mainstream” on these issues.
Donald Trump is gone.
He has left behind a vacuum of leadership. The so-called “far right” should get its act together and show some leadership which is what millions of disaffected people are looking for at the moment. Given the perilous political situation and the way things are going, it is probably now or never.
Here are the cultural issues which should be the focus of the attack on our opposition. The polling clearly shows that these are the weakest points in their defenses.
7 Center Culture Issues
- Political Correctness / Wokeness / Cancel Culture / Anti-Whiteness
- Civil Liberties
- American Heritage Preservation
These are seven issues where a supermajority of the public largely agrees with us and which have a lot of traction on both the Right and Center. We want to restrict immigration and abolish political correctness or wokeness. We don’t like violent criminals which are being coddled by the establishment. We think that “trans” is living in a fantasy world gone wild. We’re the ones being censored. It is our civil liberties that our being violated. It is also our historic monuments which are being torn down.
- So-called “Journalists”
- Black Lives Matter
- Evil Corporations
We share a lot of common enemies with the public these days. The single biggest source of unity on the Right and Center is a shared hatred of these “journalists.” Ordinary people also hate Antifa and Black Lives Matter now. They hate these evil woke corporations and oligarchs like Jeff Bezos too. Since we share most of the same enemies as the public, we should talk more about our enemies.
4 Right Culture Issues
- Cultural Degeneration
These are the four traditional culture war issues on the Right which I obviously agree with. We can talk about these issues as well which resonate with populists, nationalists and conservatives.
None of this necessarily implies going out and voting. We’re content creators, not politicians, who are trying to rebuild our own social movement. It is up to politicians to persuade us to vote for them by pushing our agenda and better representing our interests on issues like immigration, civil liberties and censorship. In essence, we should talk about our enemies, culture, economics and foreign policy while working in those core five truths. We’re already doing this on culture, economics and foreign policy to a large degree. There is already much more discussion of economics now than in the past. We should give ourselves some credit for learning from a lot of our previous mistakes in the Trump era.
Note: These are just my thoughts on how to right the ship and get us back on track. We can turn this situation around. The enemy is exposed on a number of fronts. I want to stress again that we are not politicians. It is up to us to decide what to talk about and how to talk about it with the goal in mind being to persuade more people to rally behind our cause.