This will probably be our final article on Der Movement.
- In Der Movement: Violence, I identified the violent fanatics as the biggest problem of the 1.0 and 2.0 movements and critiqued their strategy and tactics and suggested we come up with new tactics and strategies in light of recent trends in White racial consciousness
- In Der Movement: Intellectuals, I identified the strengths and weaknesses of the 1.0 and 2.0 movements and their failure to translate their “five truths” into a winning political message and strategy
- In Der Movement: Cliques and Cults of Personality, I identified the “five truths” of the 1.0 and 2.0 movements, the disintegration of the Alt-Right into cliques and cults of personality and suggested that the way out of that was to create a common language and political agenda that incorporates our values, beliefs and interests. We should also focus less on other online personalities than on outsiders
- In Der Movement: A New and Improved Far Right, I said we should stay engaged and talk about culture, economics and foreign policy in the Biden era and came up with a list of potential topics to focus on that ordinary people on the Right and Center care about
- In Der Movement: Moving Forward, I boiled the 1.0 and 2.0 movements down to their essentials, shared my thoughts on what should be preserved and what should be jettisoned, identified what was missing in the previous two efforts and said that we should unleash at least a twelve pronged culture war against the Biden administration
- In Der Movement: Boundless Opportunities, I laid out all of the recent changes and explained why we should seize on these opportunities
There are a few important subjects which I didn’t get to in these articles but which I have tried to answer to the best of my ability:
The 2.0 movement was ripped apart over the strategy and optics question. This site is going to focus on education and producing political propaganda which is our greatest strength as well as local networking. As for the optics question, we have adopted an American populist aesthetic.
The 2.0 movement lacked a strong philosophical foundation. Instead of importing one from Europe like “fascism” or “identitarianism” or Nazbol, we are going to focus on America’s own radical tradition in which we are already fluent, which is populism and which is grounded in the Jeffersonian tradition.
The 2.0 movement relied on memeing and trolling as their preferred tactics. We enjoyed the memes and plan to keep and incorporate those where possible. The primary tactic that we are going to use though is critique or destructive criticism of woke progressivism from a populist, nationalist and reactionary perspective. After all, this is what Hillary Clinton and the political establishment was so worried about. The hammer came down because we were so successful at ridiculing the political establishment.
The 2.0 movement fractured over its relationship to the Republican Party. We are just going to ignore the question for now and focus on producing content and movement building. We’re not running for political office. We’re simply trying to rebuild our own social movement and refine, develop and promote our own cause. If there is a real realignment and the Republican Party actually changes its policy agenda, then great. If it doesn’t, then that is their problem. We will continue to monitor the situation.
The 1.0 and 2.0 movements focused virtually exclusively on Jews and non-Whites and only got so far with that message. We’re still going to talk about race realism and the Jewish Question, but in the larger context of elites who have the money, power and influence in this country and how they are using it to damage our people. Specifically, we are going to focus on attacking leftwing White upper middle class, college-educated professionals, i.e., the Democratic Independent Liberal Elites (DILEs) who are the establishment wing of the Democratic Party and critiquing and attacking the institutions in which they are dominant. We’re going to revive interest in Huey Long’s Share Our Wealth platform from the 1930s and work towards the goal of redistributing the wealth of these people and destroying the progressive oligarchy. The source of their power is their enormous wealth and their embedded networks which have captured institutions whether it is Big Media, Big Business, Big Tech, Big Education or the Pentagon. These institutions must be knocked down to size and the networks that have infested them must be disrupted. This is far more important than the IQ of some powerless and irrelevant black.
Note: I get asked a lot “what is your vision.” My vision is removing these people from their current perches of political, economic and cultural power. This is probably the necessary precondition of your vision as well. It is in your interest that we get rid of these people which will expand the realm of the possible. Ask yourself whether you want to remove these people from power.