Now These Are Some Rightwingers I Could Get Behind

Supposedly this group of National Revolutionaries is referred to as part of the German “New Right.” If they’re rightwing, then so am I. And if this is what National Revolutionaries are like, I am one of them.

Assads, Saddam, Habash, Hillel, Le Pen, Ghaddafi, Saddam, Aflaq, Peron, Chavez, Morales, Ortega, Villa, Juarez, Dudayev, Ho, Fidel, Che, even the Kims, what the Hell, even Arafat, oh heck, let’s throw in Dugin, what are they all if not the ultimate nationalists?

A national economy for the people; a people’s economy for the nation. I even like some of those National Communists in Eastern Europe. If there’s anything in the toilet bowl of history, it’s internationalism. Nation comes first, the rest of you, noble as ye may be, are always second in line.

I am starting to think Michel Aflaq and the rest were onto something. And I will always have a soft spot in my heart for the great Gamel Nasser, hero of the Arabs. And as evil as Saddam was, at least he was for his people until his last day. “Long life Iraq!” he yelled before he swung from the rafters. I actually think Saddam was a better man than our traitorous nation-selling neoliberal elite which has taken over the Democratic and Republican Parties forever now.

You’re either for your people or you’re a traitor to the homeland. If you’re for  your people, you know that’s got to count for something. And traitors are why lamp-poles exist at all. Might as well make use of them.

“Outside of the Homeland, what else is there?”

– famous Iraqi Baathist.

“If I am not for myself, then who am I for?”

– Hillel.

Up with the nation! Up with the people! All power to the people!

When the National-Revolutionaries out ultra-lefted the ultra-left:

The strategy of the “basis group” demonstrated itself in the most spectacular fashion at the University of the Ruhr in Bochum. A group of neo-nationalist activists militated effectively there and founded a journal, the Ruhr-Studenten-Anzeiger. Around this militant newspaper, a Republikanischer Studentenbund (RSB ; League of Republican Students) organized in 1968 which aimed to become a counterweight to the leftist SDS.

Conflict would soon follow: the militants of the RSB criticized the SDS for organizing pointless strikes in order to consolidate their power over the student masses. In the course of a blockade organized by the leftists, the RSB took the university of Bochum by storm and proclaimed, in a populist-Marxist language, their hostility to the “exploiters” and “bonzes” of the SDS, having become stakeholders in the new establishment, where leftists had henceforth been accorded a place. The proclamations of the RSB, drafted by Singer, were stuffed with citations from Lenin, Marx, and Mao.

Singer also referred to the rhetoric of the German workers in Berlin against Ulbricht’s communist functionaries, during the June 1953 uprising. The revolting RSB students insulted the East German functionaries of the SED, calling them marionettes of the Soviets, “monkeys in glasses,” “fat cats,” and “paper-pushing reactionaries.” This appropriation of the Marxist vocabulary and style of Berlin Uprising of 1953 irritated the leftists as, ipso facto, they had lost the monopoly on militant shock-language and foresaw a possible intrusion of national-revolutionaries into their own milieus, with the evident risk of poaching and counter-attraction.

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37 responses to “Now These Are Some Rightwingers I Could Get Behind

  1. You can’t be a Socialist without being a bit of a Nationalist. If you are a Socialist, and you want to run the economy for the people, the question of WHICH people has to be answered? The whole world? Not going to work.

    So which people does the economic apparatus work for? Which people are supposed to be the beneficiaries of our economic activity?

    The only solid answer is that this ‘people’ have to be a somewhat static, organic group that people already have a preexisting bond with. That is, a nation. You can call it community, tribe, commune, but the “we” of “we the people” needs some level of solid measure.

    Being a Socialist without “a people” is like being a family man without a family.

    • Christopher

      Pity that a lot of ‘socialists, are globalists. I agree with a lot of left-wing economics. These people however 90% of ten time are open-borders supporters. While those who (mainly pretend) to be cultural conservative usually end up being neoliberals who couldn’t give a toss about their own.

  2. Tulio

    I have serious problems with authoritarianism.

    • Jason Y

      In a lot of places, authoritarianism is the only choice – so it’s either the left or right type to choose from.

  3. Jason Y

    The left and communist left is always hypocritical in condemning fascists, Nazis etc. for being racist – when obviously. the lefty revolutionary movements are incredibly racist.

    Anyway, the acceptance of sane nationalism is fine, but insane nationalism is not. The insane type would be persecuting outcasts – as was done in the Nazi regime etc..

    • Thats depends on how applicable “Left” and “Right” as used in American contemporary politics is applicable to other countries and other historical settings.

      • Jason Y

        What I mean is communist/nationalist movements, like say the Viet Cong, were incredibly anti-white or incredibly anti-whoever is colonizing them. Mainly because economics doesn’t fire up people to fight, but racism does (I guess the white nationalists are right about that one.)

  4. Mayur Varshne

    Agreed.

    I quite support the bringing back of the manufacturing jobs to the American shores.

    I will love to see the Chinese suppliers being kicked out of the developed countries.

    • Jason Y

      Trump might not be able to get away with that without an economic crash. In fact, several economists are predicting a crash now or in the next few years.

    • Lin

      I truly enjoy the envious Hindu chest beating. Hey, why not boycott Chinese made solar panels? It only takes US $100 billion/yr spending on the industry like what china is doing. Isn’t it amazing that dirt-cheap Hindu labor can’t compete with much higher-paid Chinese workers in making things like stationery and pencil sharpeners?

      http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/principals-urge-students-to-boycott-chinese-goods/articleshow/59518492.cms

      BTW, if trade sanction is so easy to screw China, the yanks should have done it already. Sorry to tell you, Hindus’ 1962 butt scars will hurt for centuries.

      • Mayur Varshne

        I truly have empathy with thee, most idiotic sir.

      • SHI

        I truly enjoy the envious Hindu chest beating. Hey, why not boycott Chinese made solar panels? It only takes US $100 billion/yr spending on the industry like what china is doing. Isn’t it amazing that dirt-cheap Hindu labor can’t compete with much higher-paid Chinese workers in making things like stationery and pencil sharpeners?

        http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/principals-urge-students-to-boycott-chinese-goods/articleshow/59518492.cms

        BTW, if trade sanction is so easy to screw China, the yanks should have done it already. Sorry to tell you, Hindus’ 1962 butt scars will hurt for centuries.

        I’m with you on this one, even though it’s not something to be proud of. I’d border jump to China any day of the year but they don’t accept Indian immigrants, or maybe they do.

        China is leagues ahead of India on almost all parameters:

        1- Economy – China’s GDP is 5 times greater than India. Per capita income wise, 3 times more. China’s economy is leapfrogging ahead at 8% despite Trump rhetoric whereas India’s is flagging behind at 5.1% or something.

        Basically, everyone hates China but they can’t seem to impede its progress. At current growth rate levels, China would overtake the United States very soon.

        2- Global image — China has way more economic clout than India internationally. Xi Jinping is someone Trump actually respects as the former forced him to a trade deal.

        India started nosediving thanks to that retarded, illiterate Prime Minister we have here. He commands zero respect internationally. By extension, a majority of Indians are retards for electing this uncouth, moronic person as Prime Minister.

        Modi looks like an ill-mannered country bumpkin, wait he is one.

        3- Sports – China is a top ranked country when it comes to performing well at international events like the Olympics. They’re usually at the top of the medals tally, competing with the United States.

        India can barely win 2-5 medals and is always at the bottom of the table. That is because most Indians are poor athletes. The good athletes are impeded because of a stupid Government which does not take sport seriously.

        My verdict is that Chinese are a much superior race compared to Indians.

        • SHI

          China is to India what United States is to Mexico

          If the Chinese open their borders to India, tens of millions of opportunistic, resource-deprived, $1.25 per day income Indians will jump right over the Himalayas to take Chinese citizenship.

        • Greg Anthony

          India won more medals than China at the recent Asian games you self hating nigger

  5. Mayur Varshne

    ….The capitalists hire the common people……

    No. They mostly hire the best labour at the cheapest price. That’s how fabulous wealth is created through the back breaking efforts of others. Capitalists do not really care much for community, nationality, ethnicity and humanity.

    • Jason Y

      Well, a job is a job. A job sweeping the floor is better than no job. If the economy goes down, capitalists won’t even want to hire McDonald’s greeters.

      Note, as the banned commentator (Trash) on here said, the economic downturn reduced adults to working teenage jobs.

      • Mayur Varshne

        You don’t seem to understand. There is a huge market for the U.S. work visas and the green cards throughout the non-white world which is full of highly skilled, skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled labour which is more than willing to work at throw away prices to reach there in the so called First World. The capitalists in the developed world in general and America in particular have their hands filled with quite cheap labour of all the kinds. I am not in anyway saying that there is any shortage of talent in America but the thing is, labour of any kind ain’t cheap and the Americans have plenty of distractions after the High School. Besides, Americans don’t really support their young ones beyond the late teens.

        • Jason Y

          Though this might be changing the topic a bit, a bit reason is that people, in general, are cheap. Ordinary people buy the products making the rich, rich, going for whatever rock-bottom price available. So if one seller uses foreign labor, like say the American chain Wal-Mart, then everyone else has to – or go out of business.

        • Jason Y

          Ordinary people also buy the porn, drugs, and whatever another degenerate thing that Jews are accused of selling (by David Duke and the like)

  6. SHI

    Hooray…Donald Drumpf is endorsing Police Brutality in public view. It’s OK to slam crime suspects’ heads during a routine arrest.


    resident Donald Trump delivered a speech Friday in Long Island to law enforcement officials to discuss efforts to combat gang violence.

    The president encouraged law enforcement officers to be rougher with criminal suspects — and feel free to slam suspects’ head into their vehicles.

    “When you see these towns and when you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, I said, please don’t be too nice,” Trump remarked at Suffolk County Community College.

    “Like when you guys put somebody in the car and you’re protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don’t hit their head and they’ve just killed somebody — don’t hit their head. I said, you can take the hand away, okay?”

    The crowd of officers erupted in cheers.

    Such a thing would not be tolerated in any other civilized Western country.

    • Jason Y

      Well, the bottom line is that gangs are scary people. However, though, you run into ethnic conflict cause from the POV of NAMS, these gangs are scary – but they’re still – our people. It would be sort of like locals in Tennessee sticking up for some really foul mouthed redneck – cause – despite his failings – he’s one of us.

    • Jason Y

      Enforcing the law or calling bad for bad or good for good as Ep-gah had said in the past is a pipe dream because people are way too sensitive about ethnic stuff – including southern whites and the like.

      I mean, do you think the justice was really fair in the Jim Crow south – or was it a case where the white guy could rape the black girl, but the black guy could not rape the white woman? No, because the whites were dominant and would not punish their own – giving them a slap on the wrist – mainly due to racial politics.

      • SHI

        That’s not the bloody point, is it? *excuse expletive

        The United States President is advocating slamming the heads of police suspects who have been arrested for their crimes. A head of state inciting violence against citizens, while the police cheer him on. If this is not fascism, what is?

        Trump’s speech only confirms he is like a street thug addressing his mob, or like the Grand Wizard at a KKK rally. Sadly, this kind of thing is becoming a norm. The US is supposed to be a role model. Cops in third world countries will get their inspiration directly from the Donald, and brutalize their citizens even further.

        It takes a real low-life POS to say what Trump did, really – the pig-fuckers in blue who cheered Trumps’ comments, are to my mind, much worse than he is.

        • Jason Y

          Well, no it’s not really the point, but I just wanted to say that – it’s all racial politics and your typical culturally right white is going to say “HELL YEAH, Police Lives Matter” and the black is going to say “Black Lives Matter, Fuck the Cops..”

          Oh, by the way, cops in the 3rd world were already brutal. They’ve always been like that. Only in the west, with all the pressure from the cultural left, would we see a mellowing out of that harshness.

        • Jason Y

          Some are saying the US sinking into a right-wing dictatorship, so this isn’t surprising. Also, rights to travel are under attack – so if you’re an opponent like Robert Lindsay, then it might be best to get out while you can.

        • Jason Y

          SHI, based on your comments on FAGS, I would think you’d be out cheering Trump’s masculine pro-white agenda.

        • Jason Y

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Scholl

          Soon it could very well get to the point where non-violent protesters are being beheaded – as this young woman was in Nazi Germany.

          On 22 February 1943, Scholl, her brother Hans, and their friend Christoph Probst were found guilty of treason and condemned to death. They were all beheaded by a guillotine by executioner Johann Reichhart in Munich’s Stadelheim Prison only a few hours later, at 17:00 hrs. The execution was supervised by Walter Roemer, the enforcement chief of the Munich district court. Prison officials, in later describing the scene, emphasized the courage with which she walked to her execution. Her last words were:

          How can we expect righteousness to prevail when there is hardly anyone willing to give himself up individually to a righteous cause? Such a fine, sunny day, and I have to go, but what does my death matter, if through us, thousands of people are awakened and stirred to action?[13][15]

          And you can count on people like commentator Ned (or Jess) on here gladly ratting people out to authorities.

    • Jason Y

      The trade-off for a regime free of Rosie O Donnell / Madonna cunts is this massive police state with no mercy. So is this a good deal?

  7. SHI

    SHI, based on your comments on FAGS, I would think you’d be out cheering Trump’s masculine pro-white agenda.

    Not true. I only made light of that acronym LGBTIAQ or something like that. I’m actually cool with gay people in a bar setting, can hang out with them without judging. When they start acting creepy though, you have to yell so that they back off.

    I relate with some aspects of Trump’s pro-masculine agenda. I love the fact that he’s the feminists’ worst nightmare come true. He has completely shattered their world view with his cavalier disregard for women’s rights. Trump has made objectifying women cool again.

    One should use Trump as a prop in every argument/situation with women.

    “You called me sexist. I’m not as bad as Trump now, am I?”

    (trying to kiss a woman)
    “No, Back off,”
    “Come on. Pucker up. I have tic tacs in my mouth.”
    “No.”
    “Nice tits.”See, my hands are not tiny.
    (kiss her forcefully)

    • SHI

      You gotta love the Donald. This shit never gets old. I would love to shoot a video like that and make it go viral on YouTube. Guaranteed 1 million hits.

      • Jason Y

        Yeah, great. All we need the Vegas Mob Crowd in the white house, LOL. This is definitely a giant leap for humanity, but I guess it’s better than some Rose O’ Donnel cunt being in there.

    • Jason Y

      The big problem with Trump – is yeah, of course, he’s catering to angry white males who want to gamble, sexually harass women, fart on occasion, smoke 10 packs of cigarettes a day, watch NASCAR.

      But don’t you see, this is all a trap??

  8. Jason Y

    My limited experience with gays is that I don’t like them. They’re always coming on to you. But I haven’t been around enough to know the whole story on them. Anyway, though, gay guys pressuring you is akin to some Trump/Andrew Dice Clay type pig harassing women. It’s unwanted behavior.

  9. Jason Y

    That’s not the bloody point, is it? *excuse expletive

    The United States President is advocating slamming the heads of police suspects who have been arrested for their crimes. A head of state inciting violence against citizens, while the police cheer him on. If this is not fascism, what is?

    Trump’s speech only confirms he is like a street thug addressing his mob, or like the Grand Wizard at a KKK rally. Sadly, this kind of thing is becoming a norm. The US is supposed to be a role model. Cops in third world countries will get their inspiration directly from the Donald, and brutalize their citizens even further.

    It takes a real low-life POS to say what Trump did, really – the pig-fuckers in blue who cheered Trumps’ comments, are to my mind, much worse than he is.

    Well, technically the police and their supporters have a good argument. Note, they’re dealing with really dangerous people and being soft would cost them thier lives.

    Nonetheless, though, this brutality could be extended against peaceful people, like that Sophie Scholl person I brought up, Basically it’s just a green-light for a police state.

    Also, another thing to consider is – despite the righteous claim of the police (minus some dickheads who have irrational hate against blacks) is the fact that this is all playing into a race war – so expect that riots could erupt on any new Rodney King incident – and you can guess what Trump’s response will be – far worse than HW Bush’s.

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