Message from Steven MI in Front And Center #general
I think I read the thread, but I didn't really catch what the premise was.
o/ Hail Victory
Hail Vicotry indeed.
Good to know there's other guys out here. Thought I was the only one.
There's plenty, and we're picking up speed by the day.
Most folks are probably asleep, but I'm sure lots will give you a warm welcome in the morning.
Thanks @Thomas Ryan , I'll check in again soon. Glad ot be part of the group.
It's like he's trying to be hard to understand.
I find it kinda silly that the same people both make arguments that the origins of the US were based in white nationalism, and then say that the very concept of America (not just the state) is flawed beyond the point of reproach.
It is because they started their political life as leftists.
Interesting take. That could have something to do with it.
I just think there are lots in our ranks that have hated america for a long time. They may embrace fashy ideals, but anti americanism is hard to get over.
And dont get me wrong, i hate the goverment. There's nothing American about it, though. It exists in America, over it, but not of it. It's the people, and the culture and the united story of survival and prosperity I love.
I suppose it's easier to love a society that is mostly made of idealized retellings over the course of several years than one that still exists, in some form or another, today.
Secret combinations of people that have taken over our state need to get rid of the founding people in order to get away with it. When the collapse comes we will probably be a small island of americans, but that just means we have new frontiers for lebensruam. Lots of struggle to make strong men again.
@everyone Once again I need 3 more Houston goys for next Sunday's Op. I have the manpower but I want to use our manpower solely if possible. This is a quick op that will be very impactful.
The kids in highschool? 80% of them were autists.
And cucked beyond belief
Lol JROTC heroes
Happy Colombus Day gentlemen
Happy Plumbus day, HAHAHA get it rick and morty SZECHUAN SAUCE
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Heimbach calls Americanism a "cargo cult" and the other folks on the podcast seem to deny the concept that people of different European ethnicities can live under the same government. To be honest, I cannot visually tell an Irishman from a Brit, or a Scot, or a German. And they state that someone in New England is incompatible entirely from someone in the Midwest, that they have nothing in common, exept a shared history of pioneers, settlers, colonists, revolutionaries, a shared language, social outlook, religion, and family structure. This being traditionally, of course.
This is not a cargo cult, we are not imitating these people as if we are crawling inside a cadaver and puppeting it, as one of them states. My ancestors WERE settlers, revolutionaries, pioneers, and colonists. My ancestors formed the foundation of the American Identity. It is an identity that still exists even if the last two generations have been stripped of it by a foreign government.
At the same time, we DO NOT support America as a current governmental system, we do not see the use in propping up the STATE, but the nation. We are not like the Goths trying to play dress-up as Roman Consuls after they conquered the city. We seek a new government for the same nation, people with the same identity. This is also not to say that we cannot mold these people of this nation into something greater. Which we, by all means, plan to do absolutely.
Heimbach is a good guy, but it seems strange coming from someone that converted to an essentially ethnic church that's not his own. Does he want an Amero-Grecian or Russo-American ethnostate?
My ancestors started their journey in America in the Northeast, in New England. They were the original colonists, and later on my ancestors spread to the Deep South, where they had that identity, and to the Cajun culture in Louisiana, and now onto Texas. You could say myself, and many like me, are even "mutts" when it comes to regional identities within the American nation. But simply because, using Europe as an example, one Englishman says his R's in a slightly different way than another, they need an entirely different state to govern them.
Also, they say that, because America is so vast, naturally people cannot be unified, which I think doesn't factor in the level of technology that has allowed folks to move around within the nation more easily, and also the population density being much different than Europe.