Our Current Moment

I enjoyed my Telegram chat with Mr. Confederate Man last night.

Fire Eaters:

Topics include …

The use of old labels and paradigms which increasingly no longer really capture our current cultural and ideological divide – “White Nationalism” at a time when Whites are more bitterly polarized than at any point since the War Between the States, “Southern Nationalism” at a time when rural/urban divide runs through every state and the geographic divide pits the coasts against the interior, “Alt-Right” and “Dissident Right” at a time when most of our views have gone mainstream.

The tendency in our circles to continue fighting old battles long after they are over – It is not 2020 or 2016 or 2012 or 2000 anymore. The political landscape and composition of both parties has changed since Trump was elected president. The sheer number of radicals in both parties has also changed. The Republican base is now radicalized in a way which wasn’t true in 2016 or even in 2020. Millions of Trump voters are open to the idea of violent revolution to restore Trump to power. Joe Six Pack storming the Capitol on 1/6 illustrated how radicalized that normal conservatives have become. The perception of conservatives in 2022 hasn’t caught up with where conservatives seem to be at these days.

Why I changed my mind about voting and engaging with the Republican Party – Over the past three years, the Republican base which is working class and middle class White evangelical Protestants in the South have warmed up to the idea of a National Divorce, Christian Nationalism, White advocacy and opposing the Great Replacement, thereby erasing the divide which used to exist between the “fringe” and the “mainstream.” At least in the South, most White Republican voters are somewhat sympathetic and receptive to our message now, so it makes little sense to continue acting like an internet edgelord. The people who we always sought to persuade are coming around en masse now.

The gap between elderly Republican politicians and Conservatism, Inc. and the White evangelical Protestant base in the South – As things stand today, this sea change in the Republican base which has radicalized over the past three years isn’t reflected in elected politicians, particularly in the gerontocracy that rules the Senate. The polls show that the Republican base is sympathetic to a National Divorce, Christian Nationalism, White advocacy and opposing the Great Replacement now. More people should run for federal, state and local office on these issues in order to test the waters.

In sum, we are no longer “extremists.”

We are not a marginal force in American politics. We are not light years apart from your typical White Christian conservative Republican voter. A combination of COVID, the George Floyd riots, the rise of Wokeism, Trump losing the 2020 election and the Joe Biden presidency has had the predictable effect of radicalizing the Republican base. The dissolution of the Union is now on the table.

Note: I think you might have to join the Telegram group to listen to our conversation.


  1. Thanks for coming on! Glad you enjoyed it! I found your takes on antiwar politics and atheism the most interesting. You pulled some old facts out of me on that one. Keep up the good work! Deo Vindice!

    • I agree. For some reason Hunter keeps operating under the assumption that WN = Every single White individual under one roof. That is not the case. The simplest definition of WN in the American context is one who wants a Whites-only Nation-State/Territory in North America. This doesn‘t mean EVERY WHITE PERSON wants to, or will, join in.

      However Hunter is correct when he says being White is not enough. There has to be physical and moral strength as well as a healthy culture. I suspect that his idea of an Independent South which includes Blacks and Hispanics is a big reason why he scoffs at the idea of White Nationalism.

      I love Dixie, I am Southern, but if Kentucky ever had to choose between joining a Mongrelized Southern Confederacy or another arrangement that involves Whites-only, I will side with the Latter.

      • Agree to an extent. Whites have to unite as a race. Even if some won’t go along. You can’t get everyone to agree, and the majority of normies will go along with anything popular or current.

      • Kentucky Rebel, Kentucky goes with the rest of the Southern Republic, as a matter of fact, Kentucky is the iron fist of the Southern Republic, NO !!!!! Divided loyalties…….Chicago or frisco or baltimore or portland or patterson, New Jersey or east st.louis, might be more too your liking……

  2. Post the audio to Odysee or something. Sounds like some timely topics. Telegram is far too invasive for me to use.

  3. It would be beatiful to have a conversation, a little group but on a private platform, even because you tube would ban us immediately.

  4. “The Republican base is now radicalized in a way which wasn’t true in 2016 or even in 2020.”

    I noticed this in the comments sections over at Citizen Free Press, which is rapidly approaching the top 10 news sites as measured by readership. They are somewhat loosely moderated.

    The average Republican now despises the status quo “uniparty.” RINOs like McConnell, McCarthy, and McDaniel are spat on while the Gaetzs, MTGs, and Boeberts of the world are lauded. Cynicism and disgust with Washington is now uniform. Never thought I’d live to see the day.

  5. Well, your current “movement” could very much benefit from not talking about “Ye,” “Milo,” or “Nick Fuentes” anymore, that clown show is very sour fruit.

  6. One of the founding fathers had said that they government that was created, i.e. a representative republic was for a moral and just people.

    Well, that public has changed. I don’t consider sexual perversion being mainstreamed into society moral and just. The degenerate crap we’re seeing like child molestation, people like Epstein, children being encouraged to use puberty blockers comes from ‘gay rights’.

    Same thing with abortion.

    Trump had said things about the constitution maybe he was right, circumstances change, this is a very fluid time. Seeing how crazy the so called intelligence agencies have acted is enough to give anybody pause.

  7. > One of the founding fathers had said that they government that was created, i.e. a representative republic was for a moral and just people.

    > “We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

    — John Adams, Oct. 11, 1798

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