by Bill White
[This is the introduction to one of Bill's longer articles. I found it on my computer and can't remember when it's from, or whether I've published it before. Goddamned Alzheimers. - HAC]
Socialism, like White Nationalism in general, is often portrayed in caricature
by media and politicians of all stripes. So-called neo-Nazis, White supremacists and racists are shown as ignorant, backwards, poor and rural
whites- often by the same communist and socialist political movements that
claim to advocate for the ignorant, backward, poor and rural: National
Socialism is often linked to right-wing or Republican conservative
politics--or, by Republicans, to internationalist movements like Bolshevism. National
Socialism is often equated with American Judaeo-Christian, and, generally,
To correct these
errors, I have prepared this primer on National Socialist philosophy--political, social, and economic- as it is understood by the world’s nationalist
movements. This is not the philosophy of all white nationalist organizations,
and I make no claim to speak for groups like the Aryan Nations, which practices
a form of Christianity called Christian Identity, the Ku Klux Klan, which
blends Methodism and Christian Identity with initiatic elements, and the
Council of Conservative Citizens, a reactionary segregationist group.
“Right-wingers,” like Radical Constitutionalists, Libertarians and Republicans
certainly would not speak this way. And, as we shall discuss, generic racists, neo-Nazis and White supremacists only exist among children and
ignorant adults who are aping television. What I am describing is National
Problem of the Modern World
Julius Evola was an Italian baron
was active in Italy
from before World War II until his death in 1974. One of Evola’s books is
called Men Among The Ruins, and in this book, Evola describes a process he
calls individuation, which he sees as the defining characteristic of the modern
world. Individuation is the process by which the individual loses its place in
society- or is left feeling like it has no place at all. It is what modern
world wrongfully calls individualism, and is harmful to the health and
happiness of human beings.
Often people talk about the loss of
a feeling of community. What they mean is the loss of a sense of place in the
world. In older societies, societies which existed before the advent of
democracy and socialism, human beings had defined social rules. Kings were born
to rule, priests to pray, merchants to sell, and workers to work. People knew
what their function was in society, and they filled it. Working people didn’t
come home from their fields angry they weren’t the parish priest or the lord of
the manor- the way workers idolize envy celebrities and the rich today. No one
suggested wealthy merchants--today’s CEOs--should be king, or that a worker could be anything, and people didn’t try to be anything. People tried to be
what they were. A working man might be a husband and a father and a farmer--and
he strived to be the best of each thing he was. If he strayed, society guided
Today, people are told they can and
should be anything, and, if they aren’t at the top, they’re nothing. One can
be a rap star, or a CEO, or president--but, if all you do is work, you might as
well not be anything.
This exists despite the fact that most people cannot be
the managers and custodians of society: most people aren’t capable of being CEOs
or presidents. But, in the quest to make all people equal, the roles most
people are capable of filling are gone. All differences between people--differences of race, of class or caste, and even of gender--are being
obliterated--leaving the individual with no role to play.
This is how the human body develops
cancer. When your body ingests too many poisons, your cells die, and individual
cells start to feel alone--no longer part of your organism. So, these
individuated cells began reproducing themselves--expressing their individuality
into the space that was once your body. All structures, all hierarchies, all
places, disappear, and with it your well-ordered body becomes the equal and egalitarian cancer. When the cancer wins, everything- you and it--dies. This
is like society in the modern world. The more individuated we become and the
less able we are to be ourselves--because our place is gone- the more we become
like the cancer--existing for ourselves and ruthlessly killing the society that
Such is the modern
A History of
Communists- and the political
movements they’ve influenced-- including American conservatism, like to talk
about “racism.” But, what is racism? Who was the first racist?
The term “racism” was invented by
Leon Trotsky; a Russian Bolshevik who led the Red Army during the 1917 Russian
Revolution. Trotsky’s real name was Lev Bronstein, and he was Jewish, like 85%
of the Soviet commissars. In his History of the Russian Revolution , Trotsky
used the term racistov to describe a certain kind of nationalism the
Bolsheviks fought. No White racist ever came forward and said “I’m a racist.”
A Jewish Communist invented the term to describe something he didn’t like.
This is a lot like the word Islamist, used today. Twelve years ago, the word Islamist did not exist.
But, neo-conservative Jews wanted to go to war against Iraq and Afghanistan. So, they invented the
word “Islamo-fascist,” later “Islamist,” to manufacture an enemy for Americans
to fight. This kind of manipulation of language to keep people from thinking is
very common among Jews--and is described by George Orwell in his book 1984 .
After Trotsky first used the word racist, another Communist activist, Magnus Hirschfeld, invented the word "racism," and defined it in his book Racismus in 1934.
Hirschfeld was also Jewish, and he
was additionally a homosexual. Most of the people who have led “anti-racist” movements have
been Jewish and homosexual, just as activists like Mark Potok of the Southern
Poverty Law Center are today. Hirschfeld was a gay, Jewish “sexologist.” He
traveled the world having gay sex with men, and writing books on it.
lived in Germany
under Hitler, and published his Racismus, which was a criticism of National
Socialist racial policy, while Hitler was in power. In 1934, Hirschfeld was a gay
Jewish communist who publicly attacked Hitler--in fact, many National Socialist
book burnings were of Hirschfeld’s books--but Hirschfeld was allowed to publish
and was not in a camp.
Hitler’s government must have been
different than we’ve been told.
So, these are two men who invented
“racism”- Leon Trotsky and Magnus Hirschfeld. It wasn’t Hitler or the Ku Klux
Klan, but two Jewish communists who did it--and they invented it as something
to hate. Just as all sorts of Arabs, from secular Arab Nationalists, to Sunni
Al Qaeda, to the Muslim Brotherhood, to Shi’ia Iran, have become “Islamists,”
the Jews started calling all sorts of people, from National Socialists to
certain Christians to the Republican Party “racist.”
It was an effective
tactic. But, what is the truth about race?
People live best in ordered
societies which define roles for them. In your body, there is a brain, a heart,
a stomach, muscles, skin- all different kinds of cells performing different
functions. They all start as “stem cells,” just as all people share a common humanity, but they grow and become different. And, despite these differences,
they all work together in a system. When the system breaks down, you become sick,
when it fails, you die.
A man named Oswald Spengler first
posited the idea of ethno-cultural organisms. What Spengler said is that human
societies are like human bodies--they are born, they have a definite life
stages, and they die. While human societies live, they have spirit- a
collective soul to which all members of society belong. This soul expresses
itself in art and music, and also in laws, religion and the norms by which
DNA research has confirmed the
existence of race, ethnicity and culture. There are three main roots races.
Technically, they are called the L, M, and N haplogroups.
[I'll see if I can find the rest of this somewhere. - HAC]