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In Defense of Ethno-nationalism

Reblogged from Deconstructing Leftism.

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The world of “neo-reaction”, which roughly consists of some blogs and writers who are against the current political system, and want some kind of non-democratic replacement, has come out against ethno-nationalism, or white nationalism, recently.

Neo-reactionaries tend to be inspired by Moldbug, or at least encouraged by him. Neo-reactionaries are anti-democratic, but if you examine closely not deeply in conflict with the system. They are race realists, but are not driven by any sense of racial pride or unity. They are mostly pro-business, pro-capitalism, and pro-technology. They are mostly against the destructive effects of political correctness, and the ridiculousness of multiculturalism and feminism.

Moldbug wanted- I speak of him in the past tense, since while the man behind him is still around, he seems to have wrapped up his blogging- only to replace the system with control based on the capitalist principle of ownership. This would seem to describe “techno-capitalism”…

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3 comments on “In Defense of Ethno-nationalism

  1. Hipster Racist
    March 19, 2015

    From where I’m sitting, the “neo-reaction” “movement,” such as it is, is yet another neo-con “kosher conservative,” “right-wing” set of talking points to reign in a potentially dangerous sentiment for the powers-that-be. The dangerous sentiment being us, AS readers, along with the growing Zio-skeptical, race-realist and other related sentiments.

    The John Birch Society was an interesting group in our history. Like such notables recent such as Pat Buchanan and Ron Paul, the JBS was quite opposed to US military adventurism overseas. Unquestioningly hostile to the “Communist conspiracy” and very much socially reactionary and conservative, they nevertheless did not go along with the “Conservative Inc.” and especially US imperialism.

    Which made them a huge target in their day, attacked by both the left but even more hysterically, the Beltway Right.

    Search for the term “South Park Conservative.” The 2004 film Team America: World Police was the high point of so-called “South Park Conservatives.” This was an attempt by Empire to blunt both Ron Paul-style isolationism as well as the typical post-60s “anti-war” instinct among the Hollywood liberal crowd.

    The South Park film mocked every left-wing, liberal, politically correct, Social Justice Warrior taboo imaginable – but in a surprisingly, Judeaically correct way. It mocked the left, but had to pull its punches on the right. In a way that only a kosher con can do, it managed to skewer the non-kosher left, while pulling punches on the kosher left. At the same time, it mocked “real America” – the military, as bumbling but well meaning fools, but at least engaged in a righteous cause – that of Fighting the Ragheads and especially the enemies of the Zionist regime.

    So-many of the “right wing” targets on the left are precisely the groups of the left that are legitimate in some way. Feminism, for all modern men like to bitch about it, is primarily staffed these days by White women, and in fact, take as much heat from non-Whites as it does the White right. When conservatives attack the gay movement, they seem to have this finely tuned instinct of attacking White gays only, the least toxic part of their community and the whitest parts. Pointing out the drawbacks of democracy has a very old pedigree to the beginnings of democracy itself, but it is not like some other system would be better, certainly no when our elites are united against their own people.

    And as far as right-wing economic policy goes, what is the point? Capitalism? In the post-Wall Street bailout era, listening to a conservative drone on about the benefits of global capitalism is eye-roll-worthy. Hearing lectures from Ayn Rand cultists about pulling yourself up by the bootstraps reminds one of nothing so much as being lectured by an Anglican priests – they can’t even save their own institutions and follow their own ideology, yet they are going to be lecturing the wider public? It’s absurd, and insulting.

    Just because this “movement” is so pretentious they use the abbreviation “nRX” is cause enough to mock them as yet another permutation of ridiculous people that take themselves way too seriously – just a right-wing version of Social Justice Warriors, just more Ann Coutler than Rosie O’Donnell.


    • oogenhand
      March 25, 2015

      Yeah, as LGBT people do not breed, they should be seen as neutrals in the greater racial/religious conflict. A case could be made for a five-tiered hierarchy:

      – Men(cishet) of the right ancestry
      -Women(cishet) of the right ancestry
      -Intermediates(LGBT, biracials, in any combination)
      -Women(cishet) of the wrong ancestry
      -Men(cishet) of the wrong ancestry

      Naturally, one-drop rules and gender binaries are avoided, as well as the outright poisonous “sequitur ventrum”- rule of Roman Law, that is, and I keep beating my drum, at least some patrilinearity. Intersectionality is the guiding principle.

      Christian Fundamentalists do NOT understand this. Zionists do NOT understand this. MRAs do NOT understand this. WNs do NOT understand this, while Cultural Marxists, Muslims and Hindus DO understand this SOMEWHAT, although largely unconsciously.


  2. Don Logan
    March 23, 2015

    Neoreaction? I’ll let this guy sum up my feelings on it:


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