I will not be voting for the Democrat or the Republican candidate in the 2024 presidential election. I plan to support the National Justice Party’s nominee, unless an another true nationalist made it onto the ballot somehow who I saw as a more viable option. I am optimistic about the long term future of the NJP but the chance of it getting millions of votes in 2024 is slim (and winning the electoral college basically impossible).
But why is this? Its platform alone should be able to earn the votes of the millions of populist-leaning Americans who are socially conservative, understand Whites are under attack, and are moderate or on the left when it comes to economics. Yet the vast majority of Americans who fall into this camp will most likely not be voting for the NJP next election cycle.
So again, why is this? To answer we need to examine the potential barriers. What political faction is the greatest threat to the rise of nationalism and authentic populism in the United States? Is it leftwing populists who offer many tangible solutions on economic issues but are mostly void of a Christian framework and white identity? I don’t think so. We obviously don’t see eye to eye with these people on everything but they are usually genuine and are potential allies to us. Is it the radical anti-white democrats? Definitely not, we are not losing anyone to the establishment Left’s echo-chamber of MSNBC and the New York Times. What about the “respectable conservatives” such as Mitt Romney and Ben Sasse. I doubt it.
It seems clear to me that rightwing populists are our greatest roadblock when it come to gaining traction nationally. RW populists are worse than establishment conservatives in many ways because they are able to spread the cancerous lie that the GOP is somehow now the party of the working class. The logic is simple. As long as the myth of a “populist” and a “pro-worker” GOP continues to stand, this will greatly decrease the chance that millions of nativist Republican voters reject the two party system and look for something real. Politically speaking, when the right doesn’t even pretend to care about the issues of immigration reform, fair trade and social conservatism, we win.
Lets be clear, there are genuine RW populists who I would describe as authentic Paleoconservatives. They aren’t quite ready to accept things like wealth redistributionism and universal healthcare, but they do understand demographics, tradition and for the most part reject the current neoliberal orthodoxy of the system. However, their efforts are largely overshadowed by the members of the grift right, who are trying to sell Donald Trump as a populist or “America First” to their mislead audience. This divide among Rightwing populists has widened deeply since the election. Honest paleocons such as Pedro Gonzales, Ryan Girdusky and Ann Coulter (more of just an immigration hawk but I feel she still belongs in this category) continued to point out the horrible failures of the former president. Meanwhile, fraudsters like Nick Fuentes and Scott Greer attached their movement to stopthesteal and doubled down on passionately supporting their favorite Zionist billionaire.
The grifters will most likely be putting their support behind a Josh Hawley or Tucker Carlson in 2024 in order to corral thousands, if not millions of nativist whites back into voting for the GOP by making them think they are infiltrating mainstream politics because somebody “based” is running. In reality, we know the only reason the GOP would run somebody halfway “based” is the same reason Trump ran in 2016: So they can win the election running as a populist and then govern as a pro-Wall Street Israel-first conservative.
Nikki Haley will probably be impossible for Conservatism, Inc. to sell to nativist Whites, Berniebros, White independents and Bluedog Democrats in any meaningful capacity (no matter how anti-white the democrat is). Her base of support will be primarily Staunch conservatives, GOP donors, free marketeers and hardly anyone else. Good.
The only reason anyone else would vote for her is rejectionist voting and hardcore phony culture war rhetoric. I want to see if Tucker Carlson will try to scaremonger White Americans into pulling the lever for someone who even many boomer conservatives would probably consider an “establishment Republican.” Last august at the RNC, Charlie Kirk made the absurd claim that 2020 Donald Trump was the “bodyguard of western civilization.” Lets hear him try to make the same case for Nimrata.