THE PROBLEMS BEING REASONABLE



Those who want to ‘compromise’ ideologically are the sort of people who believe – seemingly seriously – that if you are ‘nice’ to homosexuals and jews as a National Socialist then you are going to get somewhere because they’ll be ‘fooled’ into voting for you since you are ‘not so bad’. The problem – as exemplified by groups such as the ‘Sweden Democrats’ and ‘Alternative for Germany’ – is once you start doing this then your ‘LARPing’ turns out to be serious and all of a sudden your nationalist party has become a civic nationalist group promoting gay rights in Saudi Arabia.

In other words: you have become a ‘moderate’ and reinforce the myth of political choice that the system has created as a defense mechanism to keep the average citizen fat, happy and believing they are masters of their own destiny.

The other problem is that by not being ‘extremists’ then you cede the recruiting pool of young radicals – i.e. future activist cadre – to other groups who are willing to occupy that ground.

A good example of this: the French convert to ‘radical Islam’, Michaël Chiolo, who was behind the recent violent revolt at the Conde-sur-Sarthe high security prison. What you may not have picked up even if you saw the news concerning this event was that prior to converting to Islam and becoming an Islamic activist and proto-leader, Chiolo flirted with the French Nationalist scene (presumably that around Le Front National that has now become part of the System) and found it far too milquetoast for him without the answers he sought. So he looked into radical Islam and found his answers. Nationalism lost a potential activist and leader, while Islam gained one, and all because Chiolo realized that many so-called ‘nationalists’ do not truly believe in their ideals, let alone act on them.

Another example is the case of US Air Force Intelligence Officer, Monica Witt, who became disenchanted with US foreign policy towards Iran – and rightly so – and started to look for other answers; she found them, like Chiolo, in Islam. She then began working as a mole for Iranian intelligence and has since fled there and taken up a new life. Yet, if nationalism were extreme enough and offered her answers she would not have converted to Islam and begun working for Iran.

That is a pathetic state of affairs, isn’t it?

Without extremism nationalism is nothing, and without nationalism there is no future for the peoples of Europe.

That is why extremism is necessary and is to be applauded, not deplored.

Therefore – to paraphrase Joseph Goebbels – the most extreme nationalist is today only just extreme enough