Please say NO to Nazi symbols. It's important to remove any pro-Nazi statements from our movement. We must distance ourselves from any such connections.
Also, you must realize that any references to National Socialism might be associated with Nazi doctrine by our critics. In short, National Socialism is an economic idealogy. Yet, because of the NAZI party; most cannot decipher the difference between the two. So, if anyone wishes to promote these economic policies; you must choose another namesake. (eg: nationalized social policy. Unified Socialism, National Unity.) ALthough, I am personally opposed to all forms of socialism, I am also aware that National Socialism is a valid socio-economic policy. It's probably the most effective variation of socialism. However, the term National Socialism is forever etched with The Nazi Party. Just as names, such as Adolf are permanently villified.
Currently BANNED (?)
A talented & truly gifted speaker for our cause, Harald Covington. But, due to usage of the term Aryan, this site is temporarily banned. It's important for everyone to remember that many restrictions are placed upon Europeans. We cannot openly express pride for our heritage. We're all aware that every other group can celebrate its identity. It's socially acceptable for advocacy groups to proclaim Black Power, Hispanic Pride, or, any similar personal interest. However, White People/ Europeans are not given this liberty. We must honestly accept this fact.
It's perfectly okay for a black person to be racist. It's also permissible for Jewish Groups to be self-centric. But, our people simply cannot do this. After listening to his radio program for several months; his positin on the issue has some validation. He's only concerned with securing the future of his people. And, he's not terribly interested in any accusations of 'racism'.
In a sense; this debate reflects the prevailing attitudes. There's an organized effort to destroy all western peoples. Yet, society worries about whether someone makes "racist" remarks. HOWEVER,we must accept these realities.
Also, the ocassional use of racial epithets. Certainly, we've all made derogatory remarks against the black community. But, it's not good public policy,and should remain private. I do agree that it's significance has been inflated by the media. We all remember when Paula Deen's career was nearly ruined because of a trivial incident. But, that's the way things are. It doesn't matter if 200 blacks are murdered in Chicago within less than 2 months span. Journalists will only focus upon minor events, such as accusations of improper slurs.
I've finally learned: all those offensive comments were fabricated by deceptive users. Apparently, they're attempting to discredit our movement.