During the dead of night, the popular Alt-Right website fell prey to a bitter Eurasian coup against ‘blood and soil’ nationalism. Alt-Right fell prey to American wannabbe Soviets in the Eurasian ‘Night of the Small Pocket Knives.’
Unannounced to the people who actually did any work, the website was taken down and replaced with an agenda in favour of Russian Nationalist propaganda – the platform of Eurasia.
But wait – the new website for the ‘National Policy Institute’ is supposed to be American Nationalism right? Apparently not – in typical defeatist USA style, Richard Spencer exposes himself as the stereotypical gutless and wimpy American who failing to come up with any new ideas on his own, decides it is better that America is governed by Russians.
I have said this a thousand times: there is nothing as stupid as a ‘Nationalist’ organisation that won’t support it’s own people or identity, and instead gives itself over weakly to a foreign power and thus seeks to hand foreign control of the country to another on a platter. For those outside of Eurasia, if you adopt its platform, you are a traitor to your people, blood and land. In your insipid weakness and refusal to stand alone on your own two feet, like spineless dogs you crawl and betray your people and your country to become what? Nothing but a thrall to Russians.
Certainly you may be disillusioned with the current American government – but to suggest to replace it with foreign hegemony under the Russian led Eurasian movement is absurd.Grow up Americans, and draft your own solutions – becoming a colony of Russia is a solution that no serious Nationalist would endorse.
I am ashamed to have ever posted the content from the National Policy Institute previously now that I have learned of the treacherous coup staged against Alt-Right in the name of state funded Russian propaganda. My support of the National Policy Institute and it pseudo-Traditionalist ‘Radix/Radish Journal’ is officially withdrawn.
I don’t support Eurasia because it will lead to total hegemony under Russian rule but the conference may interest some other people.