The Reaffirmation of Sovereignty
In 1865, at the end of the War of Secession, the federal government, in establishing their hegemony, their Military dictatorship, they instituted, as many such governments do after a large-scale military campaign, a Policy of disenfranchisement, ostracization, and discrimination in favor of the African immigrants which, among other things, allowed a disproportionate democratic voting bloc to exist.
This was called Reconstruction.
As many know, the white-citizen, better known to some, as de jure Citizens had, at this time, been replaced in the political process by 'de facto' citizens, and were used as a tool of conquest by the same federal powers we see working today; there is not one shred of difference, has not, since the surrender of the seccessionist powers under the flag of surrender. Surrender, however, was just a political maneuver to ratify the military stand-down of the martial forces in the field; the political battles between those who understood, and demanded 'states' rights continued.
It took, in those days, an almost five-year campaign to establish those 'points and counterpoints'; and for Fifteen years afterwards, Carpet Baggers, Copperheads, and military styled 'martial' law prevailed to hold down, and overwhelm those who would resist. The power of the 'press' was suppressed, and only those political ideas (of the Northern politicos), which were supported by the federal government, were read in the daily papers of the Southern States; with few exceptions, the reign of the egalitarian princes was established.
As some of our Klan historians here will tell you, a guerrilla war was quietly, and sometimes not so quietly used, to maintain the lives and fortunes of many a southron family. In other words, resistance was the watch-word of the day.
Many instances abound as to how the government dealt with real, or perceived resistance, and they were not hesitant to disrupt, smash, or infiltrate this resistance.
We see the same policy today, that of the coming Reconstruction.
The only difference that I can see, is that we, as a People, while technically being in a viable, and proactive war, have not seen the 'field' as our ancestors did; the country now, unlike then, have seen no major casualties. As White Nationalists, however, we see this time in which we live as differing fronts in a major war against our Folk; there are thousands of words and pictures on this board which, with a certainty, prove without doubt, the many casualties, which are suffered every day, and for years have slowly drawn the blood of our innocents.
The 'election', whichever way it goes, is but window dressing designed to facilitate, for all time, the 'changing of the guard'. It has, in fact, become a fait accompi, which has put many in a quandary for, like the past, just who do we turn? What real chance do we have at redress? We have many groups and designs on the future; but, once captive, which one stands, or will stand, the best chance at a 'counter-revolutionary' position - I think this the most telling of decisions which we all face for the future.
It has been said for years, many, many years, that we need a leadership princip from which to draw. I agree. Now, the motivation and direction must begin to take shape, move, and position itself for the future of all...or there will be none.
Each one of us, everywhere, needs to speak to family members who may be involved in local, state, or national government; speak to those family and friends who are actively in Service, and promote or poll those individuals as to their positions on a long-term strategy on how to facilitate a return to what we all know, or would like to see happen in Sovereign, independent, or folkish state. In many respects, those individuals spoken of above, have no concept of the future 'outside' their day-to-day happenings; it is our job to make them see. In these conversations, as well, it is YOUR duty to become more educated in the machinations necessary to 'govern', as you will be required to lead if you promote such.
Reconstruction, as a construct, can only last as long as there are individuals who are 'being' reconstructed; the opposite is, as well, those who resist this process. The time has come and gone, in many historical instances, faced with the same issues, to visit the world of ideas with the strength and fortitude of reason, experience, and the definitive actions necessary to overcome all odds.
We all belong to a proud legacy, this legacy will not die tomorrow, but it will die, if allowed to become history, itself. Will you live under despotism; will you be a slave under Reconstruction?
What say you?