On Southern Nationalism

A corollary to “On exoteric white nationalism”

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Some racialist Americans at Dixie are trying to distance themselves from the term “white nationalism.” However, Southerners are still stuck in the worldview of white nationalists, as shown in “An overly traveled road to extinction” by Hajo Liaucius: an essay that merited inclusion in The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour. (Those who don’t want to read Liaucius’ long essay, an original for my blog, may take a look at least to a section within that essay, which I renamed, “Was the Second Klan cuckservative?”) To Liaucius’ critique I would add that Southerners also suffer the mental disease of the West in general: Christian axiology. A couple of examples from one of the most popular Southern nationalists sites will explain our irreconcilable worldviews.

• Jack Ryan: “CINO [Catholic in Name Only] Pope Licking Black Muslim Migrant Boots!”Occidental Dissent, March 25, 2016

Reality check: Pope Francis is not a “Catholic in Name Only” leader of the Church. Quite the contrary. Ryan fails to see that what this Pope usually does simply follows undiluted gospel message, as shown in my 2014 Christmas post. (See also one of my recent comments at the main site about who used the term “racist” in a negative light for the first time: the Christians!)

• Hunter Wallace: “The Alt-Right and Abortion”Occidental Dissent, April 8, 2016

In the comments section of this article the exchange about abortion between the author and Greg Johnson shows how stuck Southern racialists are in ethnosuicidal morality. Just compare them with the eugenics program among the Spartans in an essay, originally written in Spanish, which also merited inclusion in The Fair Race. Compare them also with the Nazis, who certainly were not “pro-choice” but not “pro-life” either. They didn’t allow abortion for healthy Aryan German women, but demanded abortion upon women deemed un-Aryan (i.e. Jews, Gypsies, etc.) and German women with hereditary diseases.

Incidentally, Wallace didn’t even allow my own comment to pass. About the German philosopher who wanted to revaluate occidental values back to pre-Christian, Spartan-like morality, Wallace wrote: “BTW, Nietszche [sic] died childless from syphillis [sic] in an insane asylum, so he is hardly any guide to the family.” This is the typical ad hominem fallacy of course. Below, my comment that got censored in that thread:

He actually died at his sister’s house, and the biographers that I’ve read on Nietzsche, Curt Paul Janz and Werner Ross, considering the documents of the time don’t give any credit to the rumor of syphilis. As to Nietzsche’s views on the family see: here. The causes of Nietzsche’s solitude and incapability to form a family are explained in a lyrical essay: here.

Only if these racist Americans become deeply familiar with the history of Europe they’ll grow up. But that certainly won’t happen in this generation.

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Published in: on April 10, 2016 at 4:13 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. On the other hand, OD publishes inieresting articles, e.g., here, here and here.


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