What's the story with the West Virginia Radicals? Are they moribund? Prospering? In a state of Civil War? Ever since their leader died a few years back, it seems to be a dog-eat-dog state of confusion. They eat their own young,it seems.
Don W: What should be our proper disposition toward the Radicals? Are they friend or foe? Sinking or swimming? Should they not be discussed at all in the ANU boards? Thanks.
Realgeorge, If you're referring to the National Alliance, they have splintered and mutual recriminations abound. I don't have any ill wishes toward any of those involved, but from my perspective it is none of my business.
I would like forthe discussions on thisboard toreflectthe editorial positions of The Nationalist Times and the ANU platform. Not a mirror image of course, but I don't think we should be concerned with what any other group is thinking or doing, whether it be establishment conservatives or nationalist socialist groups on the fringe. We have our own "big little tent" here for nationalists, populists and others who believe in freedom, self-responsibility, limited government, free enterprise, protecting American jobs and industry, and a foreign policy of armed neutrality.
We need to think in terms of trying to win over Middle Americans with our outlook and solutions. To that end, I agree with the post by Nationalist Man in another section that it is counterproductive to focus on seeing who can pile on "the Jews" the most. Posts that refer to people as "scum," or "anti-Christs" or "evil" do our cause no good, besides being an ineffective method of argumentation. We have the freedom here to criticize Israel and the power of organized Zionism in America as well as talk about the other "taboo" issues in American life. Let's use that freedom responsibly and intelligently.
Editor, The Nationalist Times, Voice of the Real America since 1985
Thanks for the excellent guidance. I will follow it!
I like the "Big Little Tent" of American Nationalism, in the ANU.It's good to be here.