We are living in a time of great upheaval. As the policies of globalism, neoliberalism and the green agenda start to bite, more and more people are becoming discontent with the system and it’s slashing of our standard of living. It’s clear that the “End of History”, as Francis Fukuyama called it, is coming to an end in itself.
“The modern world will not be punished. It is the punishment.” – Nicolás Gómez Dávila
Upheaval in Europe
The most obvious example being the ongoing farmer protests in the Netherlands, prompted by the Dutch government’s plans to cut livestock numbers by 30% by 2030 (notice the obsession with that year). Farmers are blocking roads and motorways with their tractors, and even spraying government buildings with manure. These protests have now spread to numerous other countries across Europe, including Germany, Italy, Spain and Poland, and even to Argentina. And now, Justin Trudeau, clearly having not learned his lesson, is drawing up similar fertiliser reduction plans in Canada, so perhaps we will see farmers occupying Ottawa very soon…
Farmers in the Netherlands previously held similar protests over the proposals in 2019, although the COVID scamdemic eventually cut them short in 2020. This time, the protests are gaining huge support and attention, both domestically, from parties like Thierry Baudet’s populist Forum for Democracy and media personalities like Eva Vlaardingerbroek, but also globally by the likes of Paul Joseph Watson and Tucker Carlson, as much as the internationalist MSM tries to suppress the news.
In Germany, which has a huge dependence on Russian fossil fuels, so-called “warm-up spaces” are now being set up, where members of the public can go in order to keep warm this winter, as heating bills skyrocket, and the Nordstream pipeline, currently undergoing maintenance, is unlikely to come back online. The industrial powerhouse of Europe, a nation that produced great minds like Otto von Bismarck, Richard Wagner, Goethe, Rudolf Diesel, Werner von Siemens, Charles Proteus Steinmetz and Richard Mollier could now see its own citizens reduced to cold and poverty. Combined with the huge mass immigration and demographic change occurring in the nation, it is clear that the genocidal plans envisioned by the likes of WW2 US Treasury Secretary Henry Morganthau Jr, Theodore Kaufmann in “Germany Must Perish”, Earnest Hooten, and the Nakam paramilitary, are coming to fruition today.
In Britain, we are now being warned of the possibility of “blackouts” this winter, which is being conveniently blamed on the war in Ukraine but is really a result of the government’s systematic destruction of Britain’s industries and energy supply, along with their relentless pursuit of the Net Zero Agenda, fuelled by the blatant temperature fixing by the crooks at the Met Office. Remember though, while millions of people freeze this winter, the government can afford to give billions in aid to Ukraine, and while pensioners sit in the cold and homeless veterans line our streets, criminal scum like Ian Huntley, Levi Bellfield, Rose West, and the countless grooming gang perpetrators (the ones which have actually been jailed), will be sat comfortably in their (no doubt heated) taxpayer funded prison cells.
The decline of the EU
Across Europe, discontent and upheaval against the establishment is growing. In Italy, Prime Minister Mario Draghi, former president of the European Central Bank (it’s all a club), is now being forced to resign, following the loss of support from the Five Star Movement party, and in France, both the left wing La France Insoumise led by Jean-Luc Melenchon and Marine Le Pen’s National Rally united to vote against Macron’s latest COVID pass proposal.
The European Union’s future is looking increasingly uncertain. Once a huge force on the world stage, a bloc that numerous post-communist states aspired to join, the EU is now looking more and more like a dying empire. The cracks began to show post-2008 with the Eurozone crisis, which hit nations like Greece, Spain, Portugal, Ireland and Cyprus the hardest, but the migrant crisis of summer 2015 was when those cracks began to turn into crevasses, when millions of economic migrants flooded in from the global south, looking to take advantage of the generous welfare systems of North-western Europe.
The scenes of turmoil and violence that followed, ranging from the Cologne NYE mass rapes to the terrorist attacks at the Bataclan in Paris led to huge divisions across Europe, with the eastern bloc nations like Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic refusing to follow the example set by German Chancellor Angela Merkel. An interesting change of policy, considering Merkel had announced in 2010 that “multiculturalism had failed”. The migrant wave, combined with EU officials floating the possibility of Islamist Turkey joining the bloc, was also the main catalyst for the Brexit vote in 2016, much as many conservatives would like to claim it was all about “economics” and inane regulations.
(There is more information on the origins of the migrant crisis in this article for the NJP website).
And as we saw with the death of recidivist George Floyd in May of 2020, or closer to home, the shooting of gangster and drug dealer Mark Duggan by the Met Police, that triggered the August 2011 London riots, all it takes is one attempt by the police to take down an ethnic minority criminal, and all hell can break loose. Not to mention the 2001 Oldham race riots that briefly eclipsed the sectarian violence seen during the Northern Ireland Troubles, and that led to horrific incidents like the savage attack on WW2 veteran Walter Chamberlain.
With the convergence of crises caused by COVID, Ukraine, and the regressive policies of the Green New Deal, it is clear that the EU is now on very thin ice. A union held together by nothing more than empty treaties, the failing currency of the ECB, the mirage of EU democracy in Strasbourg and the vapid platitudes of the bureaucrats in Brussels and uninspiring leaders like European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. The EU’s main rallying cry of “solidarity” seems to be falling apart, as even the former head of the Commission Jacques Delors stated at the start of the COVID “pandemic” that the lack of solidarity by member states posed “a mortal danger to the EU”.
Many countries in Eastern Europe, which formerly looked West, are now looking ironically looking back to the East, recognising which side their bread is buttered. Serbia, once extremely enthusiastic about joining the EU, is today moving closer to Russia, as Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic recently signed a three year gas deal with Russia. Serbians clearly won’t be freezing this winter. And now, Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary, who is becoming more and more explicitly ethnonationalist, is negotiating a deal with Russia for 700 million cubic metres of natural gas shipments, meaning Hungary won’t be rationing heat and electricity this winter either.
There are some nationalists who think it is possible to take over the EU and reform it, and we have seen several EU-wide parties in the Europarl attempting to do such a thing, ranging from the civic nationalist Identity and Democracy Party (formerly Europe of Nations and Freedom) to the ethnonationalist Alliance of European National Movements, the Alliance for Peace and Freedom and its think-tank Europa Terra Nostra. However, it is becoming increasingly clear that the EU is simply beyond reform at this point, and the best thing for nationalists to do is to seize upon the fallout of its demise.
And as those who are aware of Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi and his 1925 book “Practical Idealism”, the origins of the EU are extremely sinister. We should want it to fall.
The death of the American Empire
It’s not just Europe that is in terminal decline. It seems the sun is beginning to set on the US empire and NATO. The US, once the leader of the unipolar world, is now shrinking in its influence, becoming second fiddle to the growing power of China, utilising its vast economic influence and infrastructure via the Belt and Road Initiative to completely dominate Eurasia, and increasingly, Africa as well. China also owns over $1 trillion of the US national debt and is increasingly outperforming the US in terms of technological prowess and military power.
Western elites often use nationalism as a weapon, just as they backed the Albanian KLA in Serbia against Slobodan Milosevic, and Kurds in Syria against the Assad regime, they are now weaponizing various neo-Nazi groups in the Ukraine (and have been for many years), such as the Azov Battalion and Right Sector, to use as a proxy force against the Russians. This is a massive hypocrisy for them, especially as they attempt to suppress even the mildest forms of nationalism at home, although it is not surprising, as we all know about glow-op groups like “The Base”, which was literally created by a former employee of the FBI and the Pentagon. And remember that people who are stupid enough to go off to fight for these sorts of groups in Ukraine are literally fighting for the neoliberal world order.
US funding the neo-Nazi Azov Battalion
The war in Ukraine has been a huge humiliation for the US empire and the Beltway elites who run it, where they have signed the death warrant for the economies and industries of their allies in Europe with their sanctions, while Russia, with its vast natural resources, energy independence and military power, and now free from much of the Western promoted degeneracy, reorients its economy away from the West and continues to trade oil with other BRICS countries like China and India. Russia doesn’t need to do anything to defeat the West, other than sit back and watch. To quote Napoleon, who himself failed in waging war against Russia; “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake”. Or, as Sun Tzu wrote in The Art of War; “The opportunity for defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself”.
And all this over what is akin to a rerun of the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis, whereby Nikita Khrushchev and Fidel Castro agreed to place Soviet nuclear warheads in Cuba, in response to the US deploying missiles in Italy and Turkey, and the failed Bay of Pigs invasion a year prior, leading to JFK launching a naval blockade of Cuba, resulting in a build-up of tensions between the US and the Soviet Union that almost escalated into WW3. 60 years on, and Russia is now being blockaded on a global scale, when it is NATO that has been constantly expanding eastwards across Europe, and building an increased presence in countries like Estonia, Romania and Bulgaria and absorbing more and more members like Sweden and Finland, while constantly agitating against Russia. I’m no Putin cheerleader, but it is clear who the biggest expansionists are here.
NATO’s criminal bombing of Serbia in 1999
The US, which once dominated the world with its military power and constant regime change wars, is today increasingly a joke on the world stage. With a senile, demented old man in the Oval Office, the likes of Putin, Jinping, Khamenei, Assad and Kim Jong Un only have to sit back and laugh.
As Washington (and its various NATO client states) continue to provoke a new cold war with Moscow and now Beijing (see Nancy Pelosi’s recent visit to Taiwan), increasing numbers of people will become discontent with the endless sabre rattling. The average person isn’t particularly concerned with the happenings in the Donbass or Crimea, or the South China Sea. They are much more worried about being able to heat their home or feed their family. And why on earth would anyone want to fight for drag queen story hour or CRT? Who would want to march to war for a system that atomises our people and plies them with drugs and alcohol to fill the void? A system that creates women like Tess Holliday, and men like Elliot Rodger and Jake Davison? A system that facilitates parasitic billionaires like vulture capitalist Paul Singer, who made $2 billion from extorting the nation of Argentina through his Elliott Investment Management firm, and Larry Fink, who is gradually buying up all of the real estate in the USA, via his insidious BlackRock asset management corporation, in order to monopolise the property market.
A vision for a better future
As the neoliberal capitalist world order crumbles around us, we as nationalists have the opportunity to offer a better vision for a future as a self-sufficient, independent nation. Following voluntary repatriation and with a smaller population size, we can rewild vast areas of our country, redesign urban areas to be smaller, more walkable and liveable, and also more in tune with nature, while ensuring decent, affordable housing for everyone. The health service must be built around serving the needs of the people, while encouraging general health and wellbeing, including preventative healthcare. We must also stop relying on food imports from abroad and rebuild our own agricultural industries.
We need a genuine environmentalism that seeks to restore the balance between humanity and nature and protects the various ecosystems of this world. A deep ecological ideology that rejects urbanism, addresses the real issues of overconsumption, overpopulation and the vast pollution caused by corporate capitalism. We can ensure that our people live in a clean, healthy, ecologically stable world in harmony with nature, not a hellscape resembling something in-between the megacities of Judge Dredd and the film Elysium (2013).
A real environmentalism that shuns the globalist/NWO trojan horse of the climate scam cooked up at the Club of Rome by arch globalists like Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski and David Rockefeller, and now parroted by the Davos “private jet environmentalists” of Klaus Schwab, Bill Gates, Prince Charles, Bono and Leonardo DiCaprio, and the eco-Marxist “watermelon environmentalists” of Greta Thunberg, Extinction Rebellion, Caroline Lucas and the Green Party, as well as propaganda rubbish like “Don’t Look Up”. That isn’t environmentalism, it’s a stalking horse for a world government.
We also need a new form of governance, one that brings power back to the people, like the direct democracy initiatives in Switzerland, based around cantons voting on the issues that matter to them, rather than self-serving MPs scoffing at the trough, worried only about the 5-year election cycle and their hidden paymasters. One that keeps big business and lobbying interests out of the political process and enacts harsh punishments for those who engage in backroom deals. This will allow us to have real political leadership by politicians who work for the people and put their interests first.
Geopolitical events have shown us that we cannot depend on fossil fuel imports from Eastern Europe or the Middle East, so we must become as energy self-sufficient as possible. Similar to what France did with the Messmer plan following the 1973 oil crisis, we will need a nuclear renaissance in Britain. We could easily obtain uranium from an ally like Australia (which holds one-third of the world’s uranium reserves) and invest heavily in rebuilding our nuclear industries, while pouring heavy research into cracking nuclear fusion, the key to complete energy independence.
Nuclear fusion reactors would give us total energy independence
Complimented by a new economy centred around a strong manufacturing base and industry. An economy that rejects both capitalism and communism and works for all of our people, regardless of their class or income. And a new financial system that ends the chains of usury and debt. Instead of forcing millions of young people to pursue useless university degrees, we could be investing in apprenticeships to give them real skills and real jobs, similar to Germany’s vocational system.
With the new, reinvigorated economy, we can afford to engage in new infrastructure projects like reviving Britain’s energy industry, redesigning our cities, architectural revival, and building a proper, modern high-speed rail network (something that many other countries have outshone Britain in), projects which could enable us to virtually eliminate unemployment in this country, while building an economy based around real skills and work, not a gig economy dominated by menial service jobs. We must ensure that technology is heavily regulated, so that it is used for our benefit, not our enslavement.
A restructuring of our armed forces, from one that acts as a mercenary force for the USA and Israel, in their endless Middle Eastern quarrels, and now, NATO’s new cold war against Russia and China, but modelled more on the Swiss army, one that acts as a national defence militia based around conscription, national service and creating a sense of unity and camaraderie amongst the people, while defending our nation from external threats against our sovereignty.
Those are just a few suggestions for how we can offer a brighter, better future. And such a transition is entirely possible for our nation. Remember, it only took 30 years for Lee Kuan Yew to transform Singapore from an illiterate, backwater island into one of the most developed, advanced small countries in the world. And with the right willpower, we can create a better future here. A future that is both sustainable and in our interests as a people and a nation and is a damn sight better than our current trajectory of “living in pods, eating bugs, owning nothing and being happy”. And as the powers that be lose legitimacy with every passing day, the nationalist vision will become more and more desirable to the masses.