r/The_Donald has caught wind of our upcoming rally in Middle Tennessee. Predictably, some MAGApedes are sperging out about irrelevant issues which have nothing to do with this event. While I can’t speak for everyone in this coalition, I will try my best to respond to this.
What is the Nationalist Front event in Middle Tennessee about?
This event is about the recent Emanuel Samson church shooting in Antioch, TN, the fact that it was buried by the national media, the dumping of Third World refugees in Middle Tennessee and expressing anger at the Trump administration and Republican Congress for continuing to allow this to happen.
Recently, the Trump administration took Sudan off the travel ban list and quietly announced its so-called “America First Refugee Program” which is continuing to dump 45,000 refugees a year in the United States. The Trump administration congratulated itself for its “responsible and humanitarian approach to refugees.” After all the talk of the 2016 presidential campaign, it turns out that “America First” in reality meant we aren’t making any real changes to the refugee program.
It sounds like you are critical of Donald Trump.
I voted for Donald Trump.
I supported him from the beginning of his 2016 presidential campaign. It has been nearly a year though since the election and Third World refugees are still being dumped in Middle Tennessee, there isn’t a border wall and the Republican Congress is working on a new version of the DREAM Act. Donald Trump also had nothing to say about the Emanuel Samson church shooting in Antioch.
The difference between the Nationalist Front and Donald Trump is that we really believe what we say about the refugee resettlement program. There is no dissimulation on our part. We’ve opposed it for years. We were also truly outraged by the Emanuel Samson church shooting to the point where we are organizing a protest about it in Middle Tennessee.
Are you socialists?
Let me be crystal clear about this.
This event is not about economics. Unlike mainstream conservatives and libertarians, we believe economics is a secondary thing, which is to say, we are motivated by what is happening to our nation. We are motivated by what is happening to our culture and the well being of our people.
Basically, we all agree that the economy and the market exists to serve the nation, not the other way around. In contrast, mainstream conservatives and libertarians have this backwards. They believe the nation is synonymous with the market and exists to serve the market. They believe that economic growth is the most important thing and the measure of all things because they have a fundamentally materialist worldview. We don’t see ourselves as an economy.
The Dow Jones is booming and GDP is growing, but is that an accurate measurement of the state of our nation? Does it reflect the well being of places like Shelbyville, TN? We don’t think that it does when average household income is stagnating, the family is disintegrating, drugs are pouring into our communities and immigrants and refugees are being dumped in our communities which is compounding all of our social and economic problems. Just because the economy is growing and someone who lives in a distant zip code is making a fortune, it doesn’t follow that everyone is benefiting from this prosperity. The costs and benefits of this “growth” are not distributed equally.
Some of us are socialists. Some of us believe capitalism needs to be kept on a short leash. We disagree among ourselves on economics because it isn’t what drives us. Generally speaking, we don’t share the reverential attitude toward the free market of conservatives and libertarians.
Can you elaborate on this?
Sure, I will even give you a local example.
The Tyson Foods chicken plant in Shelbyville, TN is the embodiment of our skepticism of free-market capitalism. It is a magnet for Third World refugees and illegal aliens who work for low wages. It is a classic example of how the costs of immigration and refugee resettlement are socialized and borne by communities like Shelbyville while the profits are privatized by powerful corporations who prefer to maintain a cheap, pliant and ethnically diverse workforce.
Whereas the libertarian would celebrate Tyson Foods as an example of the triumph of the individual and free enterprise, we dislike how refugee resettlement and immigration combine with the profit motive to threaten the identity and social cohesion of our communities. We’ve been dealing with the black/white racial divide for 400 years and the pursuit of short term profit is creating social costs that communities like Shelbyville will still be wrestling with generations from now.
Are you leftists?
The capitalist and the communist are united in their materialism and narrow view of man as an economic being. Both are “globalists” in outlook and tolerant of social differences. In the United States, the business community and the Far Left are allies in the push for “comprehensive immigration reform.” From our perspective, they are two sides of the same coin in undermining our culture.
We’re skeptical of the free market because we believe it undermines the social order. As the old saying goes, the merchant doesn’t have a country. We’re sick of watching the US Chamber of Commerce devastate our communities in order to make a quick buck.
Do you work for George Soros?
No, we don’t work for George Soros. That’s an absurd conspiracy theory. We have our own agenda. The League of the South has been active since the 1990s.
What is the point of rallies?
We’re holding rallies in order to advance our own agenda and grow our own movement.
Is this event in Shelbyville a “false flag”?
No, this is more retarded conspiracy nonsense. We’ve been holding rallies for years now. We held a rally about this very same issue in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville years before Trump was president.
Are you controlled opposition?
We believe the GOP Congress is controlled opposition. After all, what does it have to show for all the power it has been given? What is it even doing in Washington?
I’m worried Trump is going to be blamed.
Charlottesville never had anything to do with Trump. In reality, the groups who organized the rally in Charlottesville did so because they were sick of Trump and the GOP Congress, and wanted to chart their own course. The same is true of the groups who are coming to Shelbyville. It’s not our fault that the media blames Trump for everything including the hurricane that hit Puerto Rico.
Are you globalists?
We’re the exact opposite of globalists who support deregulation, open borders, free trade, multiculturalism, political correctness, etc.
The Alt-Right was invented by Hillary Clinton.
No, the Alt-Right has been around since 2008.
The difference between the Left and the Right rest on the spectrum of freedom. This means you are leftists.
We believe the difference between Right and Left is based on a preference for hierarchy and tradition over freedom and equality.
Why are you calling it a White Lives Matter rally?
For several reasons:
1.) First, we aren’t going to even bother with the cucks after what happened in Charlottesville.
2.) Second, the horrible Emanuel Samson church shooting which was buried by the national media shows how vicious anti-White hate crimes are swept under the rug. The Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom murder which was also in Tennessee is another example of this.
3.) Third, this event is for our own movement, which is explicitly pro-White.
4.) Fourth, the bickering after Unite the Right in Charlottesville.
The Nationalist Front is the False Right
Historically speaking, the Left were people who were for abstract freedom, equality and radical individualism, and the Right stood for order, hierarchy and tradition. In the United States, the liberal family is divided into liberals, conservatives, progressives and libertarians. It is really a bunch of leftists arguing among themselves over whether liberty or equality is the more important value.
But Charlottesville was a false flag …
No, Antifa attacked and disrupted the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, but that’s what they do everywhere. In Charlottesville and Berkeley, the police stood down and allowed anarchy to erupt cause they are extreme leftwing cities where law and order is hit or miss on any given day.
But Trump …
I’ve been active for 15 years now. I was an activist before Trump was president. I will still be an activist long after he ceases to be president. Everything in this world isn’t about Trump. He has already said that he doesn’t want our support. We’ve already concluded he doesn’t keep his campaign promises.
You’re leftists pretending to be rightwing.
No, we are activists who are concerned about issues like the destruction of our Confederate monuments and refugee resettlement. As I have explained, we are motivated by cultural issues.
Do you work for the Deep State?
No, I am an activist. Just because Trump is president, I haven’t ceased being an an activist.