One thing missing in the general nationalism movement is any sort of discernible goal. A lot revolve around mundane things like get the mexicans out of here, etc etc which probably has to happen, but its to what end? There is a little known author whose name popped up repeadetly that I decided to read some of his stuff, Julias Evola, and I must say I am impressed.
Essentially he advocates a spiritualism of sorts in a nationalistic beat, that a country is really just land and it is the beliefs that bind me – a belief in honor and duty that transcends ALL else.
Here is a great quote from ‘Men Among Ruins’ where he talks about what is needed vs what is insufficient:
“The substance of every true and stable political organism is something resembling an Order a Mannerbund in charge of the principle of the imperium, comprising men who see loyalty as the basis of their honor. But in time of crisis and of an overall moral, political, and social disintegration (as in the case of our day and age0 a generic reference of the ‘nation’ does not suffice for reconstructive work unless such an idea assumes a revolutionary overtone including elements of a properly political order weakened to various degrees.”
This has got me thinking a lot lately, because America as a place is decent, but in my heart that is never what I ‘stood for’ in a way, it’s just land, I just happened to be born here. It’s like people who were born in one city and LOVE their football team and insist that this is objectively the best team, and even if they were born elsewhere would love this team (I’ve had people make that exact argument), I long had figured out there had to a transcendental reason and ideal. One that someone on the west coast, or texas or the east would come to the same conclusion – a HIGHER TRUTH.
It is likely no mistake the utter mixing that has happened to all races, the inter-breeding, the lack of real borders between ideas. Just one giant cesspool and sewer. If there is any hope for how great we could become, it is going to be a long hard, likely bloody road – but first we need to know what our goal even is.
This song is actually pretty heavy anti-white, but the lyrics capture the point we need to embrace “WE CARRY IN OUR HEARTS THE TRUE COUNTRY, AND THAT CANNOT BE STOLEN, WE FOLLOW IN THE STEPS OF OUR ANCESTRY AND THAT CANNOT BE BROKEN.”