|April 3rd, 2006||#1|
Join Date: Dec 2003
minutemen to organize counterdemosntration
people may want to get involved in this
|April 4th, 2006||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2005
I think American National Socialists should get active in that project.
Yes i know i know,the MM are not racists.But their stand on mexican immigration is the same one as ours.Of course no National Socialists should spend money and fund this reactionery project.Let the conservatives fund it if they like. National Socialists spend their money only for National Socialist projects.
Since this seems to be a grassroot movement in its beginnings,National Socialits have great chances of infiltrating it at its very beginning.Many local chapters and groups could be lead by genuine National Socialists.And all that with the money of some conservative yuppies.
The pressure the MM could have on the political right in the USA is also important.The very existance of the MM alone boosts the morale and arguments of the paleo-conservative block,around Pat Buchanan,within the Republican Party.
Anyway the time seems right to me for a reactionery political Party on the right of the Republicans.Pressure must not come only from the streets but also in elections.Many Democrats too are against this mexican invasion. Such a Party would take voters from both the Republicans and the Democrats.Thus rising the anti-immigration pressure within both Parties.
The time is not right yet for a revolutionery National Socialist Party in the USA.Thats why we should use such opportunities to take a stand against the System from within.
In the age of Globalization,its not the international Left,but the nationalist Right,which is the true anticapitalist force,which will set restrictions on the international Capital and will secure and improve the nation-state as a social shelter.
|April 4th, 2006||#3|
Join Date: Aug 2005
The minutemen are no friend of the White race
With all due respect to A. E. and alex, the minutemen are not only not racist but go out of their way to denounce 'racists' and 'racism.' Of course, they only denounce White 'racism' and 'racists.' I have never heard them denounce the spics for their anti-White racism or anti-White violence. Personally, I would never support the minutemen because of their anti-White stance and the fact that they have nonwhites in their ranks. Still, it is good to have a group of useful idiots like these bringing attention to the illegal immigration problem. If WNs want to get involved in protesting the amnesty bill, I would suggest hooking up with the Council of Conservative Citizens. The CofCC do not denounce White Nationalists and as far as I know do not back away from the race issue when demonstrating. A CofCC chapter in South Carolina is having a march in Columbia at the statehouse this Saturday, April 8 at 12 noon. I plan to attend if at all possible.
The press release regarding the march is on the main page.
|April 4th, 2006||#4|
Join Date: Feb 2004
The minutemen" is a straw-man tactic, a window dressing, to compensate the "right to form a militia" as stated in the documents to protect a border nation.
The Militia in the Constitution of the United States of America
The Constitution did not establish the militia. The militia existed prior to the ratification of the Constitution. The Constitution itself recognizes the prior independent existence of the militia apart from the government of the United States. The Constitution merely delegates to the federal government certain powers solely designed to increase the effectiveness of the militia. The Constitution delegates no power to the federal government to limit the size of the militia to less than the entire people or to attempt to reduce its natural strength.
Attempts by the elements of the federal government to do this, so far from being Constitutional, actually mark the federal politicians and personnel concerned as having evolved into the illegitimate tyrannical regime that Madison designated as the enemy of the people/militia in The Federalist No. 46.
Article I of the Constitution delegates to Congress certain powers to support the militia: http://press-pubs.uchicago.edu/found...s/a1_8_16.html
"To provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the union, suppress insurrections and repel invasions;
To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the militia, and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the United States, reserving to the states respectively, the appointment of the officers, and the authority of training the militia according to the discipline prescribed by Congress;"