Keith Preston continues his discussion of the concept of tribal anarchism. Topics include:
The need to synthesize the major anarchist traditions into a comprehensive anarchist meta-politics and incorporate the scattered anarchist tendencies as “tribes” within the wider meta-anarchist paradigm;
How tribal anarchism provides a framework where both contending anarchist tribes and stateless tribes of non-anarchists can peacefully co-exist and unify against the totalitarian liberal-humanist empire;
How anarchist polities might deal with practical questions such as defense, economics, crime, or immigration and how the non-aggression principle establishes a basic foundation for anarchist common law;
How race issues might be handled on the model of “separation of race and state” akin to the concept of “separation of church and state” and how co-existing racial-ideological tribes might form within such a model;
The need to forge a pan-anarchist front that unites anti-state radicals as the leadership corps of a larger libertarian-populist movement that creates alternative infrastructure towards the goal of pan-secession as its primary strategic vehicle;
The ten core demographics and wider agglomeration of political interest groups that might become the constituency for pan-anarchism and pan-secessionism;
Past prototypes for such a movement including the American Revolution, the eclipsing of the Whig Party by the Republicans, the Confederate secession, the pre-WW2 Spanish anarchist movement, and Hezbollah’s successful defenses Lebanon against Israeli occupation.
Keith Preston discusses recent European election results and how these are a manifestation of the Left’s strategy of a “electing a new people.” Topics include:
How the victories of the center-left in recent French, English, and German elections are best explained as resulting from the Left’ strategy of creating a permanent power base for itself through radical demographic change and expansion of the public sector bureaucracy;
Why Obama will likely win re-election due to the Left’s pursuit of the same strategy in the United States;
How the Left’s strategy will likely keep the Left in power for decades to come regardless of actual performance;
Why Euronationalist parties like Marine Le Pen’s National Front and Nick Griffin’s British National Party will be unable to curb the hegemony of the Left;
The need for a new kind of politics that is able to crack the Left’s coalition and build a new political majority through the promotion of secession and decentralization as alternatives to both political correctness and totalitarian government.
Keith Preston discusses possible strategies for building resistance to the hegemony of the totalitarian Left. Topics include:
The weaknesses of strategies that others have proposed, such as the Majority Strategy and third part efforts;
How the shrinking size of working to middle class whites makes the achievement of a demographic majority impossible;
Keith’s concepts of “Liberty and Populism” and “Pan-Secessionism” as grand strategies for building a long term effective resistance to the ruling class;
Why a national movement to boycott federal elections would have the effect of de-legitimizing the system and how developing a federation of local political organizations might be a means of bypassing the political establishment;
The possibility of outreach to left-wing decentralists and how local and regional secessionist movements might achieve political hegemony at the municipal, county, or state level;
The case for a “national divorce” between geographical regions or demographic populations with irreconcilable political and cultural differences.
Keith Preston discusses the ideology of present day Western elites. Topics include:
Why Keith prefers the term “totalitarian humanism” to describe Political Correctness;
Various theories on the origins of the totalitarian humanist world view and the conflict between realist and other-worldly thinking in traditional Western intellectual life;
How the Left embraces the Other as a means of denying human nature and how totalitarian humanism has become the self-legitimating ideology of modern Western states;
The demographics of totalitarian humanism and why the primary constituency for PC is found in the upper middle class;
How the mainstream “culture wars” represents a class conflict between the rising culturally leftist upper middle class and the dying traditional WASP elites;
Why a class revolution has occurred in Western civilization in recent decades that is comparable to the bourgeois revolutions against the traditional aristocratic orders that transpired in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Keith Preston interviews Attie Schutte. Topics include:
Attie’s background as a native Afrikaner and his observations of the changes in the South African nation since the coming to power of the African National Congress;
The current state of the South African economy, politics, and race relations;
The highly successful Afrikaner intentional community of Orania;
How Attie became aware of the dangers posed by all ideologies when they are combined with state power and developed an interest in the ideas of philosophical anarchism;
The shocking escalation of violent crime in South Africa and the problems this poses for the future security of the Afrikaner people.
Attie Schutte works and lives in Johannesburg, South Africa. He is a political activist of Afrikaner descent and member of the Orania Movement. His interests have grown from self-sufficient localism and ethno-nationalism to the various schools of anarchism.
Keith Preston interviews Vincent Rinehart and Nahaan. Topics include:
The experiences of Vincent and Nahaan as American Indian activists defending their tribal and cultural heritage;
The political model of the traditional clan system of native peoples in North America;
The centuries long efforts of the U.S. regime to destroy organic forms of social organization in native communities;
The role of the welfare state in preventing genuine self-determination by America’s Indian peoples;
Why the struggle for American Indian sovereignty necessarily involves a struggle for the self-determination of all peoples held captive by the Washington empire, including White Christians;
The compatibility of native sovereignty and self-determination with the anarchist and secessionist ideas offered by Attack the System;
How the decline of organic and traditional communities as a means of social cohesion and self-managed justice has led to the rise of the police state.
Vince Rinehart is a Tlingit and Taos Pueblo Indian & a tribal nationalist and anarchist. He writes for his own blogs focusing on American Indian pan-tribal secession as well as for Attack the System and The Daily Attack. He is of the Teeyhíttaan clan from Shtax’héen Kwáan and was born and raised in Lingit Aani, Tlingit Country in Southeast Alaska.
Nahaan is a Dakhl’aweidí from the Chilkat river area of the Tlingít tribe of southeast Alaska. He is a child of the Paiute people and a grandchild of the Inupiaq. His inspiration comes from the oratory and culture of his ancestors. He organizes on a volunteer basis to ensure topics such as decolonization and historical truth are emphasized in all forms of his communication. He is a co-founder of old growth alliance, which is a non- profit native activist group based in Seattle. He also co founded and co-hosts Wooshkinaadeiyí Poetry Slam in Juneau, Alaska. he is working to become knowledgeable in all aspects of who he is and where he comes from in order that he can envision where to go.
Keith Preston interviews Craig Fitzgerald. Topics include:
Craig’s experiences growing up around the patriot and militia movements of the 1990s;
His participation in various youth subcultures and how these influenced his political ideas;
His involvement with a wide variety of dissident movements from the John Birch Society to Occupy Wall Street;
His role as an activist with We Are Change-New York;
His journey to Chiapas to spend time among the Zapatista rebels of southern Mexico;
His development of an interest in national anarchism and his co-founding of the National-Anarchist Tribal Alliance of New York;
The Left’s misinterpretation of national anarchist views on race;
Craig’s activities as a homesteader and professional in the field of permaculture.
Craig FitzGerald is a native New Yorker who has been involved in dissident politics since his youth. His analysis is rooted in nationalist, localist and anarchist philosophies and his activism centers around anti-globalization, anti-zionism, and individual and community autonomy and self-sufficiency. He has worked with a varied selection of activist organizations and is an instrumental member of We Are Change NYC. In early 2011, Craig co-founded National Anarchist Tribal Alliance – New York (NATA-NY). He recently moved to the Adirondack Mountains to homestead with fellow NATA-NY members.
The need to build dialogue and cooperation among opponents of the system that cuts across boundaries of race, culture, and political philosophy.
Welf Herfurth is a founder and chairman of the Sydney Forum, an organization that promotes the ideology of national anarchism, anti-globalization and the right of people for self-determination and preserving their culture. He is a speaker who has addressed numerous political groups in Australia, the USA and Europe. He is an author whose writing has appeared in many publications world wide.
Keith Preston interviews Andy Nowicki. Topics include:
Andy’s intellectual migration away from liberalism and the left towards the alternative right;
His career as a writer and author of four books including his latest, Under the Nihil;
His affinity for Catholic traditionalism and the current crisis of faith in Western civilization;
Mormonism as the last bastion of a thriving religious community in Western culture;
The importance of the transcendent to human culture and civilization;
His recent trip to South Africa, the present condition of the Afrikaaner people, and the hypocrisy of Western liberals who denounced the white-led regimes in South Africa and Rhodesia while ignoring atrocities and oppression sponsored by black-led anti-colonial regimes.
Keith Preston interviews Dr. Sean Gabb. Topics include:
Libertarianism and its defining ethos as the right to be left alone;
The question of whether libertarian ideology is culturally specific to Anglo-Saxon civilization or universally applicable across cultural boundaries;
The State as a uniquely oppressive institution;
Dr. Gabb’s book, “Cultural Revolution, Culture War,” and the nature of the revolution that has transpired in the Western world in recent decades;
The origins of the ideology of political correctness;
The end game of PC as absolute power for the ruling elite;
How a lack of cultural cohesion prevents effective resistance to the all-powerful state;
Strategies for overturning the contemporary ruling class.
Dr. Sean Gabb is the director of the Libertarian Alliance, a British free market and civil liberties think-tank. Sean Gabb joined the Libertarian Alliance in 1979. He graduated in History from the University of York in 1982. In 1998 he gained a PhD in Political and Intellectual History from the University of Middlesex. He became the Director of the Libertarian Alliance in 2006, shortly before the death of its founder Chris Tame.