March 25, 2018
The Failures of Democracy
The democratic system is held to such astronomically high standards in contemporary society that it is near-synonymous to say that something is both bad as well as “a threat to our democracy.” With a new, existential threat to “our” democracy being paraded through the public discourse by the lying media every week, the truest threat to the democratic way has been wholly overlooked. Itself. The long-lasting benefits of American democracy, and its more robust characteristics now shrink over the horizon far behind the nation’s course. It becomes clear that, in spite of whatever greatness the system allowed, there are undeniable problems that could very well place the current political process beyond repair, or at the very least, beyond repair as a recognizable entity. Vast swathes of what used to be the beating heart of the American nation now stagnate and fester as they’re transformed into colonies for foreign powers. These populations -- imported en masse for their voting habits alone -- have interests that they make known every so often at the polls. Their core ideals compete with, and at times, eclipse entirely the interests of the American people. Uncontrolled immigration from peoples absent of ability or desire to assimilate into the American way has turned elections into mere headcounts of various ethnic and cultural interests all battling over the same government. With many sets of varied and incompatible interests, and only one government to satiate them, it takes only simple math to see how dysfunctional this has made democracy. If it was not enough that laws be changed to put the American people on their proverbial back foot via due process, it is now so often and regularly seen for those elected by plutocrats, who represent anyone but their constituency, to act in flagrant contradiction to the law and face no repercussions whatsoever. This has set a disgusting precedent that will not do well to heal America’s weeping wounds.Aggravated by the competing interests of various voting blocks, a similar situation can be seen in the offices of government itself as with the polling booths. No matter the side celebrating a mock victory in the form of an election, the State itself is always divided in such a way that half of it can adequately halt any reforms, changes, or progress towards certain goals the other half may seek whether those changes are for better or worse. With elected officials rendered almost powerless under the circumstances insofar as their titles of leadership begin to resemble the ceremonial titles of old world monarchies, what is seen is that those left with actual, effective positions of power are those for whom no votes were cast, and no campaigns dedicated. While the publicly known faces of democratic politics dedicate the lion’s share of their term in office towards gaining another, those unelected figures in the shadows of government agencies and webs of corporate ties make up a State below the State, with all the efficacy that properly elected officials once had. These shady plutocrats are then free to enact their decade-spanning strategies to rob the American people of their right to determine their future and to reduce any lingering effect that the will of the nation may have on the direction of the government. However, almost as a matter of providence, once such tangled and cumbersome webs of institutional subversion and moneyed corruption reach a certain critical mass that those in control of American democracy are quickly approaching, they become “too big to fail,” and then do just that. From astronomically high standards, the trust in the current methodology will come crashing down. The nation will come to expect little from their false representatives and the media that trots them out as pre-chosen leadership. Instead, the American Spirit will reawaken the revolutionary desire of self determination that created and forged this nation centuries ago. Free from the debilitating burden of a democracy too proud to know when it has ceased to deserve the name, the nation will finally be able to determine its own path forward into the future.
March 15, 2018
America a Nation
A crude, obstructive misunderstanding of the nation permeates political and philosophical discussion in America. This fundamental misunderstanding likely boasts no small function in the ongoing loss of sovereignty experienced by the American people. A nation needs a people that belong to it in order to exist, but they alone do not a nation make. Instead of a prime component of nationhood, a populace that belongs to the collective becomes more of a prerequisite. What truly animates a nation, and imbues it with the vigor to press onward is the patriot. The patriot acts as, and represents a blood and bone vessel for the will of the nation’s people, and at times, the will needed to save them from their current course. Nations must exist in both thought and action. They must have a tangible presence in the world, but that presence must also be given life through those that would fight and sacrifice for the nation which composes the core of their identity and, as a result, their reason to be. To kill a nation in this respect, one must eradicate its populace, or crush the will of its patriots. So long as there are those who would fight for an America they belong to, it cannot truly die.Whereas governments most often have strictly defined borders and legal structures, nations are more organic in nature. A nation may occupy territory independent of the borders of the government that may claim to represent it. Sustained, invasive immigration can lead to a scenario where a nation may only actively occupy the majority, rather than entirety, of the borders surrounding it. With certain international communities, nations can exist without any defined borders at all, and instead claim a more global affiliation. However, such a scenario leaves undesirable and subversive actions as the only means for the nation in question to sustain itself among larger populations. Our goal is the cultural restitution of the nation, the social realization of its existence as a natural entity, and its political representation within a State apparatus. All these goals are integral to restoring sovereignty to the American nation, and assuring that the nation has a future it alone can dictate.
February 17, 2018
Activism and Brotherhood
The Patriot understands that brotherhood is something earned, and never given. Brotherhood is earned through struggle and strife. It is molded in the hearts of the Americans who would proudly stand for the principles of duty, responsibility, and unity in the cities of our occupied nation. Brotherhood is something that cannot be achieved without physical and public action, or fully comprehended by those not willing to put their neck on the line for a greater good. Our ancestors, the great Americans who tamed this wild land, understood this. The Patriots that died at Concord Bridge, to fight against the tyranny of a king, perished within arm’s reach of those they would call “brother”. They fought not for material gain, or because of the ease which they anticipated victory would come, but to achieve something greater for themselves and their posterity. Their communal sacrifice, and sense of justice led them to strive for something beyond a life of servitude and indignity, uniting them as brothers in the face of a force that denied them their right to determine their future. They fought because, after all the world had granted them, they dared to demand something more from the future. Those of us that belong to a generation tasked with revolution or death always carry with us the guiding light of our forebears which may serve as inspiration to fight onwards in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds. Every day that our Patriots commit to action, they become more of a cohesive unit. Every time they train in martial combat with their brothers, they are hardening themselves and each other into a weapon to be used against those who would see America in ruin. We are at a pivotal point in our nation’s history. Wherever you stand, whatever you believe, there is no denying this. Whether we succeed or fail, we will be judged by our future generations for what we accomplished. We will not allow our posterity to inherit a lifetime of struggle because we were too tepid to take a stand.
February 10, 2018
Vermont Flash Demonstration
Patriot Front activists arrived at an undisclosed location to prepare for the demonstration outside Burlington, Vermont’s City Hall. On their way towards their objective, the activists noticed a variety of the anti-American assemblers that, upon realizing their rally was anchored in a shopping center’s parking lot, were smart enough to think the patriots might be arriving elsewhere.The activists arrived at a street corner adjacent the city hall, the town’s defacto public square, and began to unfurl their banner as one activist spoke of America’s degraded state, and a future of action and revival by means of a revolutionary awakening of the American spirit. The activists brought their flash demonstration to a close by chanting “Blood And Soil,” and “America First,”. Some of the locals present in nearby shops and stores were too bewildered, and shocked at the sight of proud Americans expressing an adoration for their land and people, and the prominence of their nation in their hearts, to react in any way that would hinder our activist’s ability to assemble.Arriving in another nearby town, across Lake Champlain, the activists assembled on the steps of Plattsburgh, New York’s city hall. A banner was unfurled, and flags were pulled taut by the gusts of wind as a similar speech was given to pedestrians. The blaring of horns from cars driving in front of the city hall expressed support.In spite of the best efforts of the town’s local Liberals to enforce the declining status quo by any means convenient, the activists were able to spread their message uncontested. The small demonstration boasted an amplified message it would not have reached if not for the help of the local fake news outlets.
February 3, 2018
Washington D.C. Demonstration
Patriot Front activists arrived on the scene half a mile away from the Lincoln Memorial and proceeded towards the area. After arriving in front of the memorial, activists split into two parallel groups and walked down each side of the reflecting pool handing out flyers and other informational material to pedestrians. One of the groups of activists stopped by the Vietnam War Memorial to lay flowers in remembrance of the Americans who fought and died at the behest of hawkish politicians. An activist whose father fought in the conflict was chosen to lay the flowers. The two groups then proceeded down either side of the reflecting pool, handing out more flyers and receiving interest from passersby. A group of servicemen that crossed paths with the activists notably approached and asked for some of the flyers.After the length of the pool had been walked, activists laid flowers at the World War II memorial to show that no one who fights, and believes in his nation, will be forgotten. The activists then regrouped and walked back to the Lincoln Memorial, where they staged on the steps and gave a quick speech, followed by several chants. Apart from the occasional Leftist physically expressing dismay at the concept of Americans organizing against their replacement, the activists were free to demonstrate and spread the message unopposed and unmolested.