I was browsing the Montgomery Advertiser this evening when I noticed that the SPLC has its new annual report out about the growth of “hate groups” in America.
The article reported that there was one more “hate group” in Alabama than there was last year. Out of curiosity, I went over to the SPLC website and took a look for myself.
Occidental Dissent is the new hate group!
I was wondering if they had listed themselves as a “hate group” seeing as how the Tea Party, Red State, and House Speaker John Boehner now use that label to the refer to the SPLC.
I’ve been enjoying my retirement from the White Nationalist movement.
I had no plans to write here any further, but I thought this amusing little news item was worth sharing for anyone still browsing. After all that hard work, we have officially risen to “hate group” status, and in the “White Nationalist” category no less.
The usual suspects will undoubtedly find some way to weave this fact into their ridiculous conspiracy theories. In some quarters of cyberspace, it is common knowledge that I work for the SPLC, the Mossad and someone called Cass Sunstein!
I’m up to far more mischievous activity these days than crossing swords with the likes of Greg Johnson over “man-animal chimeras.” As you can see, I am buoyant with positive energy.
White Nationalism is an albatross for anyone who is actively trying to advance a pro-White political perspective in the South.
If you call yourself a “White Nationalist,” you will have unnecessarily larded yourself down with a label that is attached to decades of brainwashing, negative framing, and destructive stereotypes. You will spend most of your time being held accountable for the views of the “vanguard” to ordinary people.
– Does being a White Nationalist mean you are a Neo-Nazi and that you are for Hitler?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean that you hate Jews?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean you support violence like the Oklahoma City bombing?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean that you hate America?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean that you think you are superior to other people?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean that you want a dictatorship or something?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean that you want to lynch black people and hate other races?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean only blond haired, blue eyed Aryans are White?
– Does being a White Nationalist mean you are against Christianity?
Every single one of these “sidetracks” is endlessly discussed in the White Nationalist movement. Instead of wasting your time playing twenty questions, you can call yourself a “conservative” and won’t be bothered by that type of nonsense anymore.
The typical White person in Alabama and Georgia agrees with us on the important issues – the 70 percent issues – like immigration, affirmative action, and multiculturalism. It is this package deal of 1 percent issues (and the negative framing surrounding them) that derails the WN message into irrelevancy.
Fortunately, the substance of WN can be rescued from the umbrella that is the WN movement, repackaged in a different language under a different label, and sold to the public quite successfully.
We can accomplish more by striking out on our own. It took me many years to realize that.
I know what the SPLC truly fears.
It is not a bunch of rhetorical radicals who do nothing but talk about Jews on the internet, the hucksters swindling goobers out of their money, or the exhibitionists parading around Knoxville in Halloween costumes. What they truly fear is that the White majority in Alabama and other states is already quasi-WN on many issues and has more in common with us than them.
Those people currently suffer from ignorance, poor leadership, and oppression (like the Egyptians), but those are not necessarily intractable problems. In the right conditions, an electric current can jump across that gap, and set the masses on fire.
We have to communicate with ordinary people on their own wavelength. And to do that, we have to spend more time engaging the public, and less splitting hairs on the interwebs, which is why you are hearing less from poor little old me.