The time for war has not yet come, but it will come, and that soon; and when it does come, my advice is to draw the sword and throw away the scabbard.” – Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson




Recently there has been an uproar in the nationalist, far-right, alt-right, etc. circles about the removal, destruction, and desecration of our Confederate statues. This has happened in New Orleans, under the Mayor Mitch Landrieu. He decided to remove statues of Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and P. G. T. Beauregard despite constant protest against the action.

There is a constant demanding, ever since the end of the Second World War it seems, for the removal of Confederate statues, flags, and their general history. Obviously if one has read, “The Death of the West” by Pat Buchanan, they would know this is around the time that our institutions were getting prepped and then eventually infiltrated by Anti-White, Communist academics. Especially through philosophies such as the ‘Humanist’ movement. I won’t get into Humanism, but the only thing human about them is the desire to let more humans die!

Our culture and I mean ours, even if you aren’t from the South, is under attack. The proliferation of anti-White rhetoric is very real, and it does not and will not stop at Confederate statues. There are already talks on the left to the effect that every Founding Father was evil and must be shamed. That article actually says not to get rid of all the statues, but overwhelm the pro-Jefferson (Thomas) side with his evil deeds so that they  will have to eventually concede their arguments or they are pegged as a racist. This is just another little facet of the plan to guilt the West to collective suicide, and it looks like it is finally metabolizing with Europe poisoning themselves to prove they are not racist.

Surrender means that the history of this heroic struggle will be written by the enemy; that our youth will be trained by Northern school teachers; will learn from Northern school books their version of the War; will be impressed by all the influences of history and education to regard our gallant dead as traitors, and our maimed veterans as fit subjects for derision.” – Patrick Cleburne (Confederate Major General)


There is a common argument from the left, stemming from the fact that the Confederates did fight against the Union, and did secede, so therefore they must be traitors and everything should be torn down.

In 1958, a bill was introduced to give children of Civil War veterans pensions. I want to reiterate, the Federal government is giving out money to children of veterans of a side in a war that lost against the United States in an uprising. While the Confederate states were a rebellion, they were also Americans. They were veterans. They fought and died to settle a problem that had plagued our people since The Birth of a Nation on this continent.

While I can’t say personally the Confederates were on the right side, they have been vilified to the point of utter demonization. The average southerner cannot be proud of their history or heritage. This usually results into two circumstances, ultra nationalist Neo-Confederates like League of the South, or beyond help kids being recruited into AntiFa.

When people have no history to look back upon, their roots have been severed and they are putty ready to be molded by the Cultural Marxists (and literal Marxists). These people are the ones we see on the streets dawning the black bandanas and balaclavas. They are the ones who hate the right more than the minorities who we supposedly oppress.

Our own people have been trained to hate themselves and their brethren, due to a simple deracination of their history and ancestry.

What I believe this ultimately means is that we are slowly getting fewer people to proselytize, into nationalism and by extension white nationalism. This is not supposed to be a black pill, but, the majority of people are not going to support a nation of Europeans only anyways. I think most people realize from the beginning, either consciously or subconsciously that they will be in the minority, but hopefully a large minority.

Time is quite interesting when it comes to this whole “Culture War” we are fighting. On one hand, people are going to become more and more subconsciously White Nationalist due to the effects of diversity. But on the other, they are getting brainwashed from childhood in that all their ancestors are evil and they should no longer be praising an oppressive and hateful history.

Time could actually be on our side in this fight, due to many breaking the spell of  anti-white indoctrination they grew up with. A shining light may be right on the other side of the black pill, temporarily getting blocked, but getting ever brighter by the day.

Hail Victory!


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