White Populism In 2021 and Beyond

We’re changing course in 2021.

We’re shaking off the failed ideologies and formulas, petty rivalries and obsolete debates of the last 20 years which have gotten us nowhere. After Trump, we’re decoupling from conservatism and libertarianism, futile cycles of backlash politics and performance art politics and moving on.

In the future, White Populism will be our focus. This vision is based on three pillars.

White Identity

We will continue to work toward the destigmatization and normalization of White identity which requires the defeat of our toxic elite culture of cosmopolitanism, modernism and political correctness.

Social Conservatism

We will continue to oppose our ongoing elite driven cultural degeneration. We have always opposed our permissive, decadent modernist culture. Most of the work on this front requires rebuilding our severely eroded identity and culture and will be carried on largely in the private sphere. It will take several generations to restore what was foolishly destroyed in the post-World War II era. Even if we had control of the government, there isn’t much wielding control of the state can do to revive an organic culture.

Economic Populism/Wealth Redistribution

Instead of blindly supporting Free Marketeers and eternally hoping for different political outcomes, we will focus on economic populism and wealth redistribution by promoting policies that benefit working class and lower middle class families. We will update Huey Long’s vision for the 21st century.

If Huey Long were alive today, what would the Kingfish be doing in the Second Gilded Age? I doubt he would be doing what we have been doing spinning our wheels for the last 20 years.

In 2021, most of Huey Long’s ideas in his Share Our Wealth plan remain unrealized including Universal Basic Income and Universal Maximum Income. No one in American politics is currently advocating a wealth cap which was Huey’s best idea and is necessary to fix our corrupt political system.

Engaging in mainstream politics is pointless until wealth is redistributed.

Donald Trump is a billionaire and even he sold out to the GOP donor class. There is nothing stopping oligarchs like Michael Bloomberg from dropping $900 billion dollars on a vanity campaign like it is chump change. Billionaires have the wealth and power to buy off our politicians, turn them into puppets and corrupt our politics into a performance art farce in which nothing ever changes. Mass immigration is one of many symptoms of this imbalance. It continues unabated in spite of popular resentment because the business community and ultra wealthy want an endless supply of cheap labor.

The money is the source of all their power over us. Giving away all the money of our oligarchy is the solution to that problem. Between the 1890s and 1940s, we vanquished these people who cleverly leveraged backlash politics in the 1960s to return to power. It can be done again.

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  1. Really Brad, being opposed to “modernism” that’s crackpot stuff. LOL. As my grandmother always said, there was nothing good about the good old days.

    Anyway, White pressure groups, built around single issues, that White people are interested in would work. Simple things like stopping scam & robo phone calls or stopping
    the upcoming effort to turn drivers licenses into passports (that starts in 2021).

    No is one doing either one of these issues, and they will impact the average White man.

    Everyone should read “How To Become A Statesman” by George Washington Plunkit.

    • How to Become a Statesman? Let me tell you Step One: Quite putting that mirthless, insulting “LOL” in your posts, you obnoxious thing.

  2. I’ve always agreed with wealth redistribution, but many pro-white advocates didn’t. I, of course, believe in placing the focus of redistributing the money towards white folks. Whites are actually paying for their own destruction in a country that is no longer their country.

    If we had a cap on wealth, it is possible that the BLM and Antifa would not exist because someone like George Soros would not have the money to pay for these violent movements.

    Let’s start to take positive action in 2021 instead of relying on politicians who never had any intention of helping us move forward.

    • @Stefania…

      When I was a boy, in the 1960s, there was a happy middle that allowed for both wealth disparity to exist, and yet a strong Middle Class with opportunities for anyone who wanted them.

      I believe in that Middle Path.

      Yet, I do not consider that ‘wealth redistribution’, as that sounds like you are purloining what already belongs to someone.

      Almost all of the unbelievable disparity that has come about over the last 4 decades could be rectified with the a rebuttal of the Greenspan Economy and the reinstallation of a nationalist economy that exists solely for the benefit of Americans, or, in other words – Americans creating the bulk of American goods, at a real living wage for American consumption.

      The American Dream was built on the proliferation of small business in every town, yet, so long as we have any kind of a globalist economy, The American Dream, no matter how this country is politically organized, will never be able to exist.

  3. The vast majority of Americans are wage labor – NOT capitalists.

    The Republican guy that owns a used car lot is technically a “capitalist” – if you count retailing products made by other people “capitalist.” The computer programmer that owns a “consultancy” with four or five guys who works on a defense contract with Raytheon may be a “businessman” but it’s a mirage – the money is 100% from the taxpayer and his “small business” is really just a department of the larger bureaucracy.

    But the average conservative or libertarian Republican, especially those that LARP as 1776 Jeffersonians, desperately wants to see themselves as an “independent” primary economic producer, which he is most certainly not.

    So, we can’t have anything nice because the typical White male conservative libertarian has his entire ego wrapped up in a role he plays pretending he’s not just another worker bee.

    OK – so you have a couple of acres and run a market farm selling vegetables. Great. You’re as irrelevant as the Amish, who are nothing but tourist attractions. You can pretend you are the “CEO” of your Market Garden if you want – it’s meaningless in the real world. You aren’t trading Ron Paul gold coins with the baker and the candlestick maker – you are trading electronic Fiat Dollar bits via SWIFT, Paypal, and FDIC insured highly regulated banks.

    But, but, muh big government makes us dependent on the gummit he says, typing on his Chinese-made keyboard over a Pentagon developed Internet he pays a government-regulated monopoly like Comcast for access to.

    RamZPaul recently said “we’re in the looting phase now” after no one bought his Ayn Rand crap about why we shouldn’t give out Covid-19 checks. So he gave in, oh well we’re in the “looting phase” now.

    Um, no, RamZPaul, we’ve been in the looting phase for years it’s just that YOU loved it when the looting was happening via massive inflation in the stock market, thus, your 401k.

    But now that that is no longer workable, NOW all of a sudden he’s upset about the “looting.”

    Look – everyone talks their own book. These “rugged individualists” are LARPers – they are just peasant workers along with the rest of it.

    We really can’t have a workable welfare state because it hurts these Boomer’s egos?

    Fuck them. The sooner their Latina nurse at the old folks home smothers them with the pillow, the sooner we can get on with it. The Day of the Pillow can’t come soon enough.

    “Libertarian” computer programmers whining about “socialism” is like a Dindu whining about “police brutality” – they aren’t “oppressed” they are coddled.

    If the US Empire “brought the troops home” every last one of these Boomer Libertarian Conservatives would be out on the streets within the year. All of them are Welfare Queens sucking off of the Imperial tit.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triffin_dilemma

    • “The vast majority of Americans are wage labor – NOT capitalists.”

      A person who works for wages is a capitalist insofar as anyone can be called a capitalist. If his employer is effectively prohibited from dismissing him for any reason whatsoever or for no reason at all—as I suppose just about every American employer is these days—then you might be able to say the employer, who has been effectively deprived of his right not to spend, is not a capitalist

      “The Republican guy that owns a used car lot is technically a ‘capitalist’ – if you count retailing products made by other people ‘capitalist.'”

      Why wouldn’t I?

      “The computer programmer that owns a ‘consultancy’ with four or five guys who works on a defense contract with Raytheon may be a ‘businessman’ but it’s a mirage – the money is 100% from the taxpayer and his ‘small business’ is really just a department of the larger bureaucracy.”

      Well, yes, as can be said, too, of everyone who runs or works at a medical-insurance company, a hospital, a nursing home, a home-nursing-care operation, a public school, a student-loan-funded university, and probably twenty or thirty other things in contemporary America. It’s not an especially-convincing mirage—not at least to free-marketers—though the defense contractor on whom you’ve focused is at least involved in proper government activity, as the others I’ve just mentioned are not.

      “OK – so you have a couple of acres and run a market farm selling vegetables. Great. You’re as irrelevant as the Amish, who are nothing but tourist attractions. You can pretend you are the ‘CEO’ of your Market Garden if you want – it’s meaningless in the real world.”

      The Amish market five minutes from my home, where I’m typing this, has been in business for decades, I believe, even though it probably involves daily transportation of several farm products from, say, Lancaster County to this neighborhood in Philadelphia. It is not meaningless or irrelevant in any sense of either of those words.

      “You aren’t trading Ron Paul gold coins with the baker and the candlestick maker—you are trading electronic Fiat Dollar bits via SWIFT, Paypal, …”

      Electronic entries are a form money now takes. There’s nothing special or bizarre about that.

      “…, and FDIC insured highly regulated banks.”

      Yes, free-marketers have noted that—and object to it.

      “But, but, muh big government makes us dependent on the gummit he says, …”

      Gummit. What refreshing satire.

      “… typing on his Chinese-made keyboard over a Pentagon developed Internet he pays a government-regulated monopoly like Comcast for access to.”

      Don’t know what is your point, re the Chinese-made keyboard; but rupturism—my term for “socialism”—has made the cost of products made overseas—even with the cost of transportation—less, in many cases, than the cost of products made in the U.S. So, what?

      The main thing the “Pentagon-developed internet” has introduced to the world is identity-theft and the insecurity of computer-stored information, whether personal, business, or governmental. No communications system developed in a proper-capitalist way would have permitted those horrors.

      “RamZPaul recently said ‘we’re in the looting phase now’ after no one bought his Ayn Rand crap about why we shouldn’t give out Covid-19 checks. So he gave in, oh well we’re in the ‘looting phase now.'”

      Ayn Rand crap. Neither you nor the others who try to make Ayn Rand a punchline will succeed.

      “Um, no, RamZPaul, we’ve been in the looting phase for years it’s just that YOU loved it when the looting was happening via massive inflation in the stock market, thus, your 401k.”

      That sounds right. So, what? RamZPaul and many others like him don’t know what they’re talking about? Stop the presses.

      “The sooner their Latina nurse at the old folks home smothers them with the pillow, the sooner we can get on with it.”

      Your faith in the competence of staffers at our pseudo-private old-folks’ homes is touching. If you want anyone smothered with a pillow, believe me, you’ll have to do it yourself.

      • Free market economics is establishment neoliberal economics on steroids. Why do you take the side of multinational corporations and the plutocrats against your own people when it comes to economic policy?

        • Hold on a second, friend. You’re the one taking sides. You’re the one who’s FASHIONING sides, by speaking of “multinational corporations” and “plutocrats” on the one side and “your own people” on the other. My answer to you is probably simply that I don’t see those “sides.”

          • Only through state power will big business and the uber rich be made to serve the interests of the nation instead of their own bank accounts. And only through state power can the working class force a more equitable distribution of the nation’s wealth to improve their standard of living. In a free market, the working masses are always going to be at a disadvantage at the bargaining table because of their sheer number compared to the owners of capital.

      • “A person who works for wages is a capitalist insofar as anyone can be called a capitalist.”

        No. You are writing gibberish now.

        • No, I’m not. As I’ve said here, at Occidental Dissent, “capitalist” is a word I disfavor; but I use it in, say, blog-comments, such as these, to keep things simple. A person who works for wages is offering a service—at a price. He’s a capitalist.

          • You disfavor the harsh-sounding accurate word, and call employment voluntary (“offering a”) service.

            I like to use the term “kulak” for a small employer who hires just a few so-called “capitalists” (“voluntary service offer-ers”).

            The very small business kulak exploits the employed, extracting more value (profit, wealth)from the employed than the wages that are paid. Exploitation is the very nature of the system.

      • >A person who works for wages is a capitalist

        In Reaganland, labor is the real capital. Is this a new kind of DR3?

        Liberalism — even classical liberalism — has always been theorized by academics and imposed on everyone else in a top-down way. For classical liberalism, this was men like Bentham and Mill who advocated eliminating the customs, tolls, regulations, etc. of localities for the efficiencies of national uniformity.

        In Ayn Rand’s adopted homeland, during the glory days of liberalism in the 1800s, the logic of growth led to the conquest of half of Mexico, then the conquest of the South, and then the conquest of the Plains Indians. Let freedumb ring!

        Then, after WWII, the postmodern doctrine known as Conservatism was theorized, with its negative liberties and spontaneous orders and visions of the anointed. Success is naturalized and mystified — the result of the invisible hand. Failure is moralized — those dying of drug overdoses and suicides just need more responsibility, more exertion of will, etc., since they are capitalists too! There is an entire apparatus staffed by people like Dennis Prager to David Rubin to Mark Levin to Ben Shapiro designed to spread this poison.

        Meanwhile, American outcomes are a direct result of its public policy, just like any other country. The whole is prior to the part.

    • This is what I don’t understand. The country was stolen from whites in 1965 and given to the third world. If it is not being run for our benefit and the government is hostile to us, why should anyone care if its economy is strong?

      It is logical to do what every one else has been doing since 1965 (especially the Republican Party), that being loot the USA’s corpse before everything is gone.

      • “loot the USA’s corpse before everything is gone.”

        How about instead we keep the land of America, and our people, the Americans, and instead loot the Wall Street financial system that isn’t ours in the first place?

        Despite what these Boomer bullshitters say, no one is talking about “seizing factories” or whatever nonsense.

        What we are suggesting is to stop spending the Imperial loot on Israelis, foreigners, and Wall Street bankers and instead spend the Imperial loot on American citizens.

        John Bonaccorsi, Philadelphia is very concerned about “Ayn Rand” being a punchline, and he is right to be concerned, because it is.

        How many people are there that think of Ayn Rand as anything more than a punchline?

        A couple of Boomers like Bonaccorsi and RamZPaul.

        Does anyone else care about “Objectivism” or whatever weirdo Jewish crap Ayn Rand said? Not me.

        They studied “Fantasy Economics” instead of real economics, so now all they can do is give weird Sunday School lessons.

        For something approaching reality, I suggest just like regular old neo-classical economics and forget the Libertarian nonsense.

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triffin_dilemma

        • “instead spend the Imperial loot on American citizens”:

          At least we can agree that there IS an Empire, and that it loots, as all empires do. The greatest-in-world-history global capitalist U.S. empire of the Almighty Dollar loots the entire world, which does not spare but includes most of its own citizens. This is possible not only because of the empire’s overwhelming military and propaganda might, but also (and primarily) because, as Triffin who you referenced pointed out, the whole world demands (some put it “needs,” but I say worships) the empire’s almighty, divine, Dollars.

        • Meanwhile back in the real world… No vote or discussion was allowed on this issue in any White country on Earth. If anyone objected to massive non-White immigration and forced assimilation, they had their livelihoods destroyed, or were jailed, and the punishments are getting worse all the time.

          When Californians voted to stop it in the 1990s, they were overruled by one judge. Trump one on this issue, and when in office refused to deport the illegals,and promised even more immigration than ever before. No where on the planet is allowed to remain White. Its genocide.

        • When they opened the borders to non-white immigration in 1965, the politicians promised it would not alter the racial balance of America. Then they flooded non-whites in at 90% compared to 10% white immigration. If whites ‘gave it away’, why did the elites feel they needed to lie to the American people in order to placate them?

          And this can’t be posted enough:

          Princeton Study: U.S. No Longer An Actual Democracy
          https://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/princeton-experts-say-us-no-longer-democracy

          “A new study from Princeton spells bad news for American democracy—namely, that it no longer exists.

          Asking “[w]ho really rules?” researchers Martin Gilens and Benjamin I. Page argues that over the past few decades America’s political system has slowly transformed from a democracy into an oligarchy, where wealthy elites wield most power.

          Using data drawn from over 1,800 different policy initiatives from 1981 to 2002, the two conclude that rich, well-connected individuals on the political scene now steer the direction of the country, regardless of or even against the will of the majority of voters.”

          “The central point that emerges from our research is that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy,” they write, “while mass-based interest groups and average citizens have little or no independent influence.”

          They say this change occured over the last few decades, but I bet any money if they looked back even further, they would find the same pattern.

  4. 100% agree with all those points. I would say that it is likely that promoting social conservatism and economic populism would attract people of all appearances and genetic makeup, rendering white identity unnecessary. But that does not detract from the necessity to stop tempting people with absolute freedom and to start supporting material security for the 99.999%.

    • “social conservatism and economic populism would attract people of all appearances and genetic makeup, rendering white identity unnecessary”:

      Ethnicity is genetic and cultural reality, inescapable, never possible to be rendered unnecessary.

      “rendering white identity unnecessary”:

      Unnecessary to do WHAT? To reform capitalism? Populism is a reform movement, an effort to reform capitalism NOT to destroy it. Populist reform is a temporary condition. The system itself survives it and endures.

      • That’s exactly why the globalists want to effectively erase ethnicity and blend everyone together. That’s why race-mixing propaganda is everywhere you look.

    • Tom Watson, a guy with popular local issues, and a national grasp.

      I bet Watson would be all over the cable TV scam, if he were alive today. Most of you don’t know that cable TV was sold to the American people as being advertisement free!

  5. A lot of middle and working-class Americans have been fooled into voting against their own best interests because doing so would be “socialism”, according to the ZOG political-media complex.

    Do you think Long was assassinated on orders from FDR, HW?

  6. The main takeaway from Huey, is that populism is antithetical to the plutocrat’s duopoly. The point of the 2-party system is to cut the populist core in 2 and co-opt the 2 sides away from their goals, so they can be more easily ruled over.

    Populist revolution/reform will never happen in our future, period. This is another dead-end based on hopes, but not the achievable. Pundits will always push junk like this. This is just a low budget Fuentes take.

    Huey is the same lesson taught by Charlottesville: manifestations of politicians or movements that truly challenge the elites will be fought with force, which we are not capable of besting. Huey taught a lesson, no more. The fact that the lesson came years too late proves how far ahead the real political actors are.

    Best we can do is become resilient, not waste more time hoping and reacting to federal politics.

    Of course, this will fall on deaf ears. No engagement on this site.

    • How is that much different from just being a mainstream Republican though? Work and enrich yourself. Fair enough, but why not try to upend it all with that wealth?

      • “Upend it with all that wealth”? Who’s wealth? Whites don’t pool their wealth together to fight for Whites. The Whites with wealth have no racial loyalty.

        Your comment is not specific enough.

        • This is true. “White” means nothing to most people. Many Americans don’t even know where their ancestors came from. “I’m an Amerikun” they say.
          Now the laws keep us apart. You can’t collect as whites in a group for anything. You can’t have any clubs, businesses, or areas as white.
          Rich whites are usually pretty liberal and they favor nonwhites. They think there is something “exotic” about them. That’s probably why so many white boomer men married Asian women.

    • The time is ripe for third party politics in America. But all white advocates, including the Groypers, need to come together, fully cut ties with the irredeemable GOP, and abandon Jewbertarian economics.

      • Groypers are republicans, not Nationalists. They were wholesale co-opted by the GOP in 2016 and 2020. They will not be part of any solution for White people.

        • Groypers are not Republicans. You miss the overall objective. Only older people are for the Republicans or are Paleo-conservatives, because most older people have plenty of money, especially the retired government pensioners. Younger people have their whole lives ahead of them, and don’t criticize them for trying to redesign what’s left of the whole mess.

          • They voted straight ticket R in both 2016 and 2020. “Redesign” LOL. You got co-opted, you didn’t DO any co-opting. You can’t out-compete the jewish donor class. It’s laughable you think you have done any winning whatsoever. You can’t even get into CPAC. The willful ignorance of the catboy crowd is astonishing. A whole generation of fools who don’t know the history or true nature of the federal government, and know nothing of the history of White advocacy. If a 50,000 strong klan march on DC didn’t change anything after the turn of the century, then you won’t achieve anything except a fat grift for those misleading you.

            I’m thankful that at least it’s crystal clear you catboys and real nationalists are 2 separate, irreconcilable movements. Stay far away from us.

    • “The main takeaway from Huey, is that populism is antithetical to the plutocrat’s duopoly. The point of the 2-party system is to cut the populist core in 2 and co-opt the 2 sides away from their goals, so they can be more easily ruled over”:

      The correct main takeaway that should be taken away is that Huey and other populists are capitalist reformers, NOT socialists!

      “Populist revolution/reform will never happen in our future”:

      Populist reform would be temporary if it happened, and “populist revolution” (an oxymoron) will never happen because populism is NOT revolutionary.

      • Mr. Anon, because people are materialistic and capitalism is the most effective system for the creation of products and services desired by these same people, your Marxist Revolution will never again come to pass. Why would the masses want to exercise active ownership of the means of production when none of them are competent to run their family budget, much less an ongoing business that consumers need not patronize if the product is defective? Give it up.
        The USA sovereign wealth fund based UBI is a better way to give the worker an increased measure of material security while allowing the investor/employer to competently run the operation. See James A. Yunker’s Pragmatic Market Socialism writings, or the James E. Meade Agathotopia booklet. The Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend program shows a government run SWF UBI can work just fine. Educate yourself. Collectivism and Individualism must combine, not compete, to create a good life for all.

        • “Why would the masses want to exercise active ownership of the means of production when none of them are competent to run their family budget, much less an ongoing business”:

          The people have the right, the desire and the ability to do both. Capitalism has discouraged and prevented them by making managing a household and producing anything outside a household extremely complicated, difficult and expensive.

          “The USA sovereign wealth fund based UBI is a better way to give the worker an increased measure of material security while allowing the investor/employer to competently run the operation (…) Collectivism and Individualism must combine”:

          That combination is impossible, although it may seem to be working temporarily in China. China is taking a very perilous path to full communism through Party-managed capitalist-style development, because it feels this is the fastest way to develop immense industrial and financial (and military) strength sufficient to withstand the constant attack of imperialism. For more than fifty years the U.S. has been waging hybrid war to overthrow China and set up a puppet regime.

          • If you insist on dogmatism Mr. Anon then I guess we will have to see how things play out when AOC becomes President. The reality is that however the exercise of authority is legitimated in society-call it capitalist, communist, socialist, fascist, feudal, or something else-whatever is most valued by that society will be supplied by 1% of its members who possess the genetic endowment to provide people with the coin of the realm. And as those same 1% in whatever socio-political-economic complex gain wealth they will use a portion to rig the game of life permanently in their favor. Capitalists do it, socialists do it, as do communists, fascists, feudal monarchs, or whoever runs things. That is life, at all times, in all places, among all people. You can’t fight human wants and needs based on our DNA.
            So stick with your Marxist cant if you like. The only way to build a good life is to work to treat all people well, through social arrangements that take into account the felt needs of those same totality of people. Not through hate, even if you feel justified in your envy of your material betters. But through taking into account public interests, not just your own. Can you do it?

        • “I guess we will have to see how things play out when AOC becomes President”:

          AOC will never be President or VP for the same reason that Bernie Sanders will not. Last year I predicted accurately that Wall Street’s favorite Kamala Harris would be President or VP because she has been consistently capitalist-imperialist and Zionist.

          “The reality is that however the exercise of authority is legitimated in society – call it capitalist, communist, socialist, fascist, feudal, or something else (…) 1% of its members who possess the genetic endowment (…) will use a portion to rig the game of life permanently in their favor. Capitalists do it, socialists do it, as do communists, fascists, feudal monarchs, or whoever runs things. That is life, at all times, in all places, among all people”:

          The real reality is that NOT all systems do that. The real reality is that it DOES make a difference “how the exercise of authority is legitimated” – whether a nation is really “run” by the people or by a very small, super-wealthy elite who rig the “game” in their favor.

          “even if you feel justified in your envy of your material betters”:

          Socialism is smeared as “the politics of envy,” but it is the politics of freedom, justice (equality) and fraternity (love). Capitalism is the politics of untrammeled greed, social division (divide and rule) to the point of individual atomization, hatred, and endless imperialist war.

          • Catchphrases it is , I see. Well, sir or madame, you may live in your illusions of grandeur as the Marxist savior of us all if you like. I will stay grounded in reality, and attempt to push society towards cooperative individualism that actually benefits all, not just you or your group. Sorry, selfishness loses, love triumphs. Marrianne Williamson was right, strange to say.

        • I’m no Marxist savior. I am nothing. Socialism is far, far older than Engels and Marx, and it is not atheist. I agree that love triumphs, “many waters cannot quench it.” I agree, selfishness loses, though it may seem a virtue and gain everything now. Life is a short walk, for even the longest-lived and then we shall all give an account. Romans 14:12

          • Okay then. We may be comrades of a sort. Via la Revolution.
            BTW, read Yunker and Meade. Don’t be dogmatic on means. The goal is empowerment of the masses. A Capital/Labor alliance of convenience manifested in a SWF can work. Yunker and Meade are/were socialists; they agree on the mechanism. The Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend Program proves it can work in the real world.
            Give people economic security and the hate will dissipate. Investigate. You will be surprised. Comrade.

        • “read Yunker and Meade. Don’t be dogmatic (…) A Capital/Labor alliance of convenience manifested in a SWF can work”:

          James Meade https://journals.openedition.org/oeconomia/4226#tocto1n3 and other “socialist” capitalist reformers may aim at increasing equality by carefully distributing “social dividends,” the capital side of the “alliance” really aims at doing quite the opposite: “proponents (of UBI) on the right clearly anticipate UBI as a pretext to do away with what remains of existing government programs and benefits, laying the groundwork for further privatization and advancement of capitalist class interests. While frequently obscured by a repeated, happy emphasis on spurring entrepreneurial creativity and innovation, support for UBI among Silicon Valley’s cadre of venture capitalists is predicated on the assumption of shoring up market dependency, rather than reducing it. As Chris Hawkins, an investor who made his fortune creating software that automates office work, insists, ‘the cost has to come from somewhere,’ and for him, ‘the most logical place to take it from is government-provided services.’ On this point, Elizabeth Rhodes, a researcher with Y Combinator – startup planning to conduct a five-year UBI trial beginning in 2019 – is also forthcoming: “The motivation behind the project is to begin exploring alternatives to the existing social safety net.” One of the more extreme iterations of this version of UBI can be found in Charles Murray’s recent book, In Our Hands, which advocates replacing the entire welfare system in the United States with a tax rebate of $13,000 per year to every American adult. He is explicit in his plan for financing such a program: ‘(get) rid of Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, Supplemental Security Income, housing subsidies, welfare for single women and every other kind of welfare and social-services program, as well as agricultural subsidies and corporate welfare.’ Acknowledging that this program would still be expensive, he argues that it would nonetheless reduce federal spending over time in light of projected increases in the cost of certain services, such as healthcare. In short, people would receive less government assistance than they do now”: https://csalateral.org/forum/universal-basic-income/basic-income-housewives-wages-housework-macdonald/

          Yes, Alaska has been doing it for a long time. Saudi Arabia does it too, and I can name a few more capitalist places that do it. But none of them has become egalitarian/socialist. Capitalist Israel, one of the most unequal societies in the world, is also considering it, as it shifts even further to the far right.

          But in a genuinely socialist society such as DPRK (unoccupied independent Korea) everyone is already equal and MONEY is not needed, because, essentially, everything is free: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=andre+vltchek+north+korea&&view=detail&mid=29EB7C2F9B86F292BE3E29EB7C2F9B86F292BE3E&&FORM=VRDGAR&ru=%2Fvideos%2Fsearch%3Fq%3Dandre%2Bvltchek%2Bnorth%2Bkorea%26FORM%3DHDRSC3

          I am NOT AGAINST reforms of capitalism, such as SWFunded UBIs, but realize that reforms are only temporary improvements, like remissions of a cancer that could have been removed. Life is short, we live and die in the short run, and may never experience the full cycle of settling for a reformation, instead of revolution. For example, so-called socialist (reformed-capitalist) Sweden is finally returning to its historic roots of inequality and militarism that caused mass emigration to the U.S. and Canada in the nineteenth century.

          • You are dogmatic Mr. Anon. Communism or nothing. If you really want to live in that worker’s paradise North Korea please do so. I am sure Kim would love a useful idiot like yourself to convince those starving citizens over there how wonderful life is in that “People’s Republic.” You can’t possibly be that deluded.
            Repeat after me: investment plus employment equals prosperity when the profits are split 50-50. That is what SWF social dividends are, a real life ownership of the means of production. If you want a capital levy by nationalizing everything without compensation to the investor class, feel free to do so, but don’t be shocked when a Randian Capital Strike ensues. Hate begets hate, friend. Share the wealth generated by cooperative assets building activity and watch the assets grow via material motivation.

  7. 155 years conquered and Brad still has faith in this system. What the fuck will it take to break a pundit from these fantasies? Stop grifting and encourage people to work LOCALLY already. You are misleading people Brad.

        • A (relatively) prominent third party can add media visibility and legitimacy to white advocacy in the U.S. It can also siphon votes from the other parties in order to influence policy. But it’s not like working locally, whatever that entails, can’t be done at the same time.

          • It’s been a duopoly for 168 years, and the media will never broadcast anything that isn’t a blatant anti-White smear. Siphoning votes away from either party simply ensures the other party will win. There are no policies that are likely to serve our interests. People will bring up UBI, but that will obviously be equitable, not universal.

            However, on the local level we can start businesses, investment firms, and any number of infrastructure projects that will actually provide for us. While this can be done simultaneously with federal-level political agitation, it isn’t likely to happen at all if people are so absorbed with federal politics.

            inb4 but that won’t save the whole country – it can’t be saved, local is the only viable AO. Any effort spent outside of this focus is a waste.

  8. The exorbitant wealth of the one-percenters is going into worldwide regime change schemes and the pursuit of revolution, not towards productive purposes. In time we are going to be attacked and held responsible for what these people are doing to others.

  9. Stop with the same old boring cliches. That is what got us in this position to begin with. We need a plan of action, not more empty rhetoric.

  10. Regarding the ‘three pillars’ of the populist future that Hunter talks about above

    The sad fact is that two of those three pillars would become illegal under a Biden-Harris gov that would also own the Senate after the Georgia train wreck unfolding, and then as well a 15-judge packed Supreme Court

    Hunter’s blog would be vapourised under Biden-Harris tech censorship as well

    ‘White identity’ activity’ and ‘opposing decadent modern culture’ will both be illegal, so you won’t have ‘several generations’ to fix these things … no one will be allowed to mention that the UN convention against genocide protects whites too

    You will be allowed to talk about wealth distribution, but that will only mean Bolshevism, no middle class, 95% of folks ‘equal’ in rough anarcho-tyranny

    The rich will be re-titled as ‘special public servants’ with the special ‘privileges’, and will have their crew of servant enablers forming the rest of the top 5%

    Hopefully Pence saves the USA next Wed. Jan 6 by pulling a Thomas Jefferson and forcing the election into the House in state-bloc voting … maybe that’s a larp but it’s a nice thought till Wednesday

    • “Leaders of the Communist Party and Socialist Party attacked Long’s plan. Alex Bittelman, a communist in New York wrote: ‘Long says he wants to do away with concentration of wealth without doing away with capitalism. This is humbug. This is fascist demagogy.’ Norman Thomas claimed that Long’s Share Our Wealth scheme was insufficient and a dangerous delusion. He added that it was the ‘sort of talk that Hitler fed the Germans and in my opinion it is positively dangerous because it fools the people.’ Long employed Gerald L. K. Smith, a Louisiana preacher, to travel throughout the South to recruit members for the Share our Wealth Clubs. The campaign was a great success and by 1935 there was 27,000 clubs with a membership of 4,684,000 and a mailing list of over 7,500,000” – the same sort of populist organizing activity that formed thousands of local Glenn Beck 9/12 Project and other Tea Party clubs that boasted up to a million members at their height ten years ago.

  11. Sounds like a plan!

    Conservative sad sacks aestheticize our demise as if we are elves leaving Middle Earth. For them it is always Western Civilization’s “last stand.” However, millions of whites will still be here no matter what happens.

    The problem is we no longer control a state. The state, as Hegel described it, is the actuality of concrete freedom. The state makes forms of life possible. Conservatism however believes the state is ultimate evil. It is an ideology incompatible with what we’re trying to do.

    Tax, tax, tax, tax, tax. Put the money in giant stacks and burn it like the Joker, spend it on ourselves, give it to blacks as reparations, whatever, be creative. We’ve been asleep at the wheel and need to shrink the American elite financially down to a realistic size by any and every means possible.

    Tax and spend!

  12. The platform is heavily flawed IMO. 1. There’s no such thing as “White” Identity. Whiteness doesn’t exist period. 2. Social conservatism is a dead end unless you secede and do so on a local level. 3. No mention of Christianity = failure IMO.
    This movement/ platform is gonna fail just like WN 1.0, WN 2.0 and the Alt right.

  13. I would be in favor of a National Populist White People’s Party with the understanding that National Populism is the fusion of Ethno-Nationalism and Economic Populism.

  14. “There’s no such thing as ‘White’ Identity. Whiteness doesn’t exist period”:

    “Caucasian” is an extremely broad term. But ethnicity or ethno-national identity, and tribal and family identities are real, can be proven to exist. Ethno-nationality is not the same as race, and many ethno-nationalities belong to two races, or even all three races, although many are mono-racial.

    Then there are the hundreds of millions of thoroughly mixed and blended, atomized, rootless cosmopolitans who have no ethnic or racial identity at all.

    “No mention of Christianity = failure IMO”:

    Do you mean Christian faith? Or do you mean Imperial (Roman Catholic) and/or denominational “Christianity”?

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