What Makes Anti-Nationalists Tick?

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Being a Nationalist today is certainly not an easy lifestyle. The subject of foreign invaders or international usury is often talked about among ourselves. The subject that isn’t discussed as often is the “Anti-Nationalists” among us of our own ethnic/racial background. The reason why I refer to them as “Anti-Nationalist” is because that term is more broad. All Traitors and Leftists are “Anti-Nationalists” but so are people who simply believe we are morally wrong.

In this article I will examine the different types of “Anti-Nationalists” among us. There are some who are outright enemies and some who are not.  But to understand all of them,  one must first understand the concept of what is called”Παράδειγμα” (Paradima).

This is translated into English as “Paradigm“. It is a word not well converted into an English definition so I will use a real world…

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American Aberrationalism: Trump is Normal, the Republican Party is Not



From the end of the American Civil War until the First World War, and then again until the FDR administration, an alliance of Northern industrial and business interests dominated the federal government of the United States through the vehicle of the Republican party, and left their stamp on American politics. The only Democrats who held the office of president were Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland, and Woodrow Wilson, compared to 11 Republicans. These Republican presidents were also responsible for most Supreme Court appointees, which resulted in a court so Republican that their Democratic successor FDR attempted to pass the Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937, which would have let him appoint six more Justices, and therefore remove most Republican constitutional challenges to the New Deal.

Roughly sixty years of Republican administration had a lasting impact on the United States. The ideology of the Republican party at that time, and which…

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Somalis carrying millions of dollars out of US in suitcases; are welfare benefits going to Somalia?

Refugee Resettlement Watch

See this story about investigations underway in Seattle where Somalis are carrying American dollars back to Africa (which is legal, but questionable under the circumstances described in the story from King 5).

Sea-tac Are these your tax dollars flying from Sea-Tac to Somalia?

Here is the first question that popped into my head when I read this story:

So, if Somalis can travel back and forth to Somalia safely (carrying suitcases stuffed with American dollars that will be lost to the US economy), then doesn’t that mean that Somalia is safe enough and we no longer need to be resettling Somalis at the rate of 750 a month into your towns and cities!

Readthis incredible story!  Here are just a few snips:

Travelers pulling suitcases full of cash started showing up at Sea-Tac Airport last year holding tickets for flights headed out of the United States.

Transporting large amounts…

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Testimony to the US State Department from Joanne in Tennessee

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Editor: This is another copy of testimony submitted in response to my offer to post testimony that readers have sent, or are sending, to the US State Department before May 19th.  Your testimony can be long or short, more detailed or less so.  Just send something!  And, then be sure to copy it to your elected officials.

Joanne’s testimony may serve as a definitive document on everything that has gone wrong, and continues to go wrong, with the Refugee Admissions Program.

States should have final control over resettlement activities within their state borders

April 26, 2016

Ms. Anne Richard

Asst. Secretary of State for Population, Refugees and Migration

US State Department

Washington, DC

Re: FR 2016-09267


Dear Ms. Richard,

These are my written comments regarding FY 2017 U.S. Refugee Admissions Program.  I know that in past years, no public hearing was held and that submitted comments were also…

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In The Presence of a Great Man

I recently attended a Trump rally.

The enthusiasm of the crowd was something I have never before experienced. When Mr. Trump walked onto the stage, the crowd erupted in thunderous cheers and applause. He stood and waved for a moment, shook a few hands of the people seated behind him, and then strove purposefully to the lectern.

Although there were thousands of people present, many times he heard individual voices and replied to them. More than once, he looked me directly in the eye while he was speaking. I asked people around me if they had had that experience too, and every one of them had.

Words fail to describe his presence. He has such intense, yet disarming, personal charisma that instantly instills confidence and trust. He is a man of his word; there can be no question about that.

The thing that meant the most to me was what he did after his speech. He spent about 30 seconds shaking hands with the Republicrats sitting behind him (who last week at this time were Cruzbots). Then he turned and walked down the stairs and to the front of the crowd of ordinary people. He instinctively knows that his supporters are the most loyal, and he rewarded that loyalty.

Mr. Trump is worth more than $10 Billion. In other words, his time is incredibly valuable. Yet he took the time to shake the hand of, or autograph something for, every single person in the section in front of the stage. It was absolutely electrifying, and I have never experienced anything like it in my life.

Imagine how many people have spent immense amounts of time and money attempting to get Mr. Trump’s signature. Yet he gave it to me and my friends for free.

We can debate policy. Those who read my blog know that I am a monarchist. But policies and -isms are means to ends, they are not ends in themselves. It has been said that Mr. Trump’s supporters are the most loyal, and there can be no doubt about that. His approach to this election (though as a monarchist I believe that democracy itself is the problem) has been nothing short of brilliant. His first position paper was on the Second Amendment. Basically, he told armed law-abiding citizens that he will not permit the government to disarm them. That cemented the loyalty of a core of the right, and allowed him to move to much more centrist positions. Because he is the head of a family dynasty and his legacy is his family name, those of us on the far right can trust and know that he has our back. Because of that loyalty and trust, when he takes a centrist position we know that he’s doing so for strategic purposes, and he will not sell us out. I believe that. Having been in his presence and having had a momentary interaction with him, I am certain that the loyalty of his followers is well-placed indeed. That loyalty runs in both directions, of that I am certain.

I experienced his presence, I listened to him speak, I looked him in the eye. Based on that, I am certain that he is a straight shooter, a man of principle, a man of his word.

God save Donald J. Trump.

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