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The National Bolshevik Party–Some Pointers

We are divided between the System and the Enemies of the System. Yet the most visible, purported opposition, the Tea Party Movement, is at a dead end. Hopelessly divided between libertarians who use the language of freedom, but are hopelessly blind to the machinations of the materialist gangsters of Finance-Capital and the Religious Right which wants a police-state to enforce their curious moral code,their supporters will eventually give up and become electoral cannon fodder for the Republican Party.

With the mass of Americans domesticated by blind consumerism, living their lives by TV and the commercials, totally submerged in zombie culture, who will pick up the fight? I mean really fight and not just bullshit about it.

Taking a leaf from Michel Rienzi–and earlier from the Situationists–we must look to the creative class. They are the natural dissidents to the System. They are socially alienated from the zombie-culture of consumerism and the suffocating regime of political-correctness. They are poets, artists, musicians, working class youth on the streets. They are patriotic yet radical. The outcasts who are centered in the white working class.

The best pointers for reaching them come from the original National Bolshevik Party in Russia as led by Eduard Limonov and Alexandr Dugin. Limonov, an avant-garde writer who had been exiled in the West, wished to mobilize the most passionate & intellectually dissatisfied part of society.

In the West–primarily the USA & France–Limonov had experience with both the Left as well as neo-Rightists like the National Front of Jean-Marie Le Pen. Armed by this experience, Limonov proposed the creation of a revolutionary party of a new style that could attract young people with a combo of ultranationalist propaganda and direct action as practiced in the student protests in France in 1968.

Again, roots in the avant-garde literary set. In the USA this would be comics, not to mention metal & outlaw country music.

Their favorite tactic was the Velvet Terror, non-violent acts, like throwing tomatoes, directed at prominent public figures and stooges of the regime.

The goal? Get people to discover the moral monsters ruling them. Then defend the right of the people to revolution.


About mauryk2

Vietnam veteran. Succeeded Jeff Sharlett as editor of VIETNAM GI, 1st anti-war paper put out by Nam vets. Edited RAP!, underground paper at Ft Benning. Until retirement from Postal Service, put out the POSTAL HARDHITTER, another underground newsletter. Presently, I'm a free lance writer.

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