Larry Auster continues to rail away in obscurity at the degenerate, unresponsive conservative movement. He is obviously someone who has invested decades of his time in that cause. I want to get away from that here. I’m going to run the new Occidental Dissent site on several key assumptions:
1.) The conservative movement has been neutered, is no longer vehicle for the advancement of our concerns, and is generally a waste of our time and energy. We’re not trying to defend the legitimacy of the status quo anyway.
2.) The White Nationalist movement is marginalized and will remain in disarray for the forseeable future.
3.) The American public is too deadened and distracted by consumerism and discourse poisoning (in the media, public schools, and universities) to respond to our appeals.
4.) Whenever meaningful change in our political system does come, it will be brought by underlying shifts in material reality such as global aging or the present oil and gas crisis in North America which our elites will be unable to handle. Revolutionary change (most likely at the local level) will only become possible once the tools of population control (cheap gas, cheap food, cheap infotainment, happy suburban living) start to break down and the public experiences real hardship.