Saturday, May 02, 2009

Twelve Principles

1. COVINGTON'S PARADOX: The Cause is so right. The people in it are so wrong.

2. COVINGTON'S COROLLARY: Just because the people in it are so wrong, does not mean that the Cause is not right.

3. If and when there is White revolution in this country, it will be made by men who live within half an hour's drive of one another.

4. I can find a thousand men who will fight and die for the Northwest Republic. I can't find ten who will work for it.

5. Judaism is not a race or a religion. Judaism is a state of mind. Some of the worst Jews you'll ever meet do not have a drop of Hebrew blood in their veins.

6. The office is inseparable from the man. If a contemptible man holds a public office, then we are under no obligation to respect either.

7. All law and political power is based on a credible monopoly of armed force. Break the monopoly of armed force, and you break the state.

8. The respect of tyrants is earned by the shedding of blood. It is the only thing they will pay attention to.

9. People who fear even to speak of armed struggle will never succeed in supplanting the state. Those who will at least speak of it, albeit with discretion where required by common sense, have at least some remote chance of winning. However far they may be from home plate, they're at least in the right ballpark and playing the right game.

10. Direct action without a specific political goal is just crime, and will fail. A political goal without direct action of some kind to attain it is just fantasy, and will fail. The two mixed together in the wrong proportion will fail. Finding the right proportion is an art, it varies in each individual case, and there's really no way to teach it. In the final analysus, successful revolution is always played by ear.

11. Moral courage is just as important as physical courage, sometimes more so.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I picture Julia lear and the mercenary going under there, on the way to Astoria right.....before the battle!


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