America has stood for generations as the premier example for the world to follow. The American system of liberty, prosperity, and opportunity has stood beside other liberty-loving nations such as Ireland, Switzerland, and the Netherlands as an “axis of hope” to people under the oppression of tyrants.
However, now under the reign of tyranny at the hands of the globalists, America has descended into the depths of heinous decadence, with gross violations of civil liberties and a murderous foreign policy that has caused more trouble than it has solved. In the process of this radical and tragic transformation, the United States of America has dragged the rest of Western Civilization down with its own suicidal implosion.
Now, in an age of radical secularism, debauched and failing currencies, and the complete social nihilism spewing forth from the Hollywood-New York-Washington axis, there still remains a floating remnant of the religious-nationalist order throughout the nations of Europe and the Anglosphere – one which is leaderless and radicalizing.
The hijacking of Western Civilization’s institutions is leaving behind a remnant that no longer looks upon its “American,” “British,” or “French” institutions as useful or loyal to the values of traditionalists. In fact, many right-wingers are beginning to see these monolithic institutions as utterly hostile to their values and beliefs; case in point, the IRS/Tea Party scandal. This detachment is furthermore exacerbated by the hostile polarization imposed between liberals and conservatives, between internationalists and nationalists, and between atheists and Christians – leaving room for the dissident Right, in all of its forms, leaderless on the international scene and increasingly desperate for leadership.
Interestingly enough, with the growing intensity of the war in Syria, there is an increasing zealousness of support amongst nationalists to rally in support of President Assad and his benefactor Russia (i.e. President Putin). It is the perfect environment for both American and European nationalists to enter into a new phase of transnational ideological fervor for causes that resist “the system.” It is in many ways reminiscent of international sympathy for the Spanish nationalists in the 1930s or the Serbian nationalists in the 1990s.
After all, given the near-violent hostility between the American Right and the “big sis” Obama occupation of government, does anybody on the American Right really care if Putin and Assad embarrass or even thwart Obama’s Syria/Middle East policy? Quite frankly, I would think that most American conservatives and libertarians would be quite happy to see judo-fighting Putin outsmart Obama and prevent an American occupation of Syria. Along with President Assad’s protecting Syrian Christians, killing jihadists, and fighting to preserve his Arab nationalist regime that is vehemently opposed to Zionism and the New World Order, this is quite attractive to lost Right-Wingers swimming in the sea of effeminate evangelicalism and loose social morals.
Many right-wing commentators have already begun to express support for Assad, including my own advocacy of Assad as a “modern Cyrus” to the Christian church. Even now, as the United States prepares for intervention against Assad, it is the right wing in all of its various forms that is most vehement in its opposition to blowing Assad to Mars.
However, the real arch-hero of the day could be Russia under President Vladimir Putin. It is well observed that many on the Right have a strong affection for President Putin given his overt masculinity, strong nationalist fervor, homage to the Orthodox Church, and anti-homosexual policies that glare in comparison the Republican oligarchy’s capitulation to perversion.
It has not been uncommon in history, especially since the rise of ideological conflict in the early twentieth century, for citizens of one country to find greater affection with foreign leaders who share their ideological bent than with their own domestic leaders. Now, given the absence of nationalist leadership on the Right, right-wingers are beginning to act as wandering souls, looking for genuine leadership.
As the American government continues to be an agent of heinous and perverse leftist policies which destroy everything Christian and “traditional American” (i.e. white), the remnant of the Right in America will gradually move towards finding greater sympathy for the ideas and policies of Russia than for anything the Republican Party offers them.
America’s global failure to be the light of the world has broken people’s faith in American exceptionalism and has initiated a global backlash, mainly from the Islamic world, against Western decadence and American militarism. Consequently, the squandering of mainly “red state” lives in the failure of the Iraq and Afghan wars, along with the open funding of Al-Qaeda, shatters conservatives and right-wingers’ perception of America and their government. Russia could be the one to fill this void. As the last overt Caucasian-Christian nation, Russia can stand to lead the charge to inspire nationalists throughout the West, with Moscow acting as a lightning rod for a revival of Christian nationalism.
For those who doubt the strength of this possibility, consider that already on the European Right, great expressions of Russophilia have been expressed through British National Party (BNP) leader Nick Griffin. Moreover, the Vlaams Belang Jongeren have led delegates to Russia to build international ties for the right wing, and French Front National leader Marine Le Pen has stated she wishes to draw France closer to Russia given that it is a part of “Greater Europe.”
Now to be clear, Russia is irritably corrupt, economically regressive, and completely hostile to a liberalization of civil liberties, but thankfully, none of those subjects matter here. In the modern world, which is no longer divided between “liberties” and “tyrannies” as in the previous histories of the Occident, the current global fight is between “theism” and “atheism.” With atheism now prevailing in Western Civilization, Russia provides a Caucasian face to the last institutionalized remnant of Christianity that can help initiate a backlash amongst Western nationalists. Just as the Soviet Union was the epicenter for the advent of communism in the Occident, so now, post-communist Russia has the chance to inspire a new wave of nationalism to lost Western right-wingers.
The majority of world opinion is already on the side of Russia and, as America’s militarism increases and Russia continues to be the leading resister to America’s militarism, its popularity will only increase. Outside of perhaps the Deep South and the Fox News studios, most Americans are becoming disenchanted with the American dream, its materialist presuppositions being taken to their logical end as a shallow and valueless society resting upon Darwinian competition. Russia can replace this vision with something of greater substance, such as religious and ethnic nationalism, with Moscow replacing New York as the visionary city of the world.
Russia’s ability to defeat the New World Order does not rest in conventional arms or economic advantages, except for maybe energy. Russia has the ability to help facilitate a revival of radical nationalism and radical Christianity through direct support, such as funding and logistical support, and through being the global example. When Russia initiated the criminalization of public expressions of homosexuality or the ban on American adoption of Russian children, it sent shockwaves throughout the West that received little to no condemnation from the American Right, while the American Left almost suffered a brain hemorrhage.
Russia was targeted by the Left on these two accounts: it is the last rogue Caucasian-Christian nation that possesses a significant amount of power and it thus must be destroyed. Contrast this rage with leftist apathy towards the Islamic repression of homosexuals, and one can begin to see the Left’s real agenda, which is the absorption of Russia into the new secular order.
Whether or not Russia is prepared to defend Syria to the death by blowing up American naval craft is yet to be seen. However, when Russia’s fierce support towards President Assad, defending him for his protection of Syrian Christians, is contrasted with America’s overt support for jihad (having come to light coincidentally with Miley Cyrus’s gyrating), it is only logical that any true believer in the Holy Faith would understand that Russia is acting in a more appropriate manner than America under Obama.
Of course, the major hindrance to this proposed idea will be if a Republican, especially a Tea Party Republican, wins the presidency. If Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, or Rick Santorum were to win the presidency, for example, it would sedate the growing revival of American nationalism. The Tea Party must remain in opposition for several more election cycles before it can justify taking power. Any Republican takeover will result in the red state mobs succumbing to the belief that our post-Obama savior has come and that America will get back on track; all the while, secularism and hedonism would increase given the GOP’s lack of interest in the culture war. In other words, the Tea Party needs more time to radicalize ideologically and drift away from its libertarian presupposition of “live and let live” before it can become an effective counter-revolutionary force. Fortunately, given the GOP’s low approval rating and the high dependency upon government welfare that encourages the electorate to favor Democrats, the chance of a libertarian or genuine conservative winning the presidency is unlikely, which should further enrage and radicalize the red state conservatives.
Anyway, the most successful ideological movements of the past century have flourished because of having a strong base of support. Communism had the USSR, Nazism had Germany, Fascism had Italy and centuries before, Christianity had the Roman Empire, through which Europe was Christianized. Now, again, Christianity has the potential to revive itself through the Third Rome and Putin’s dogged resistance towards Obama and the Washington-London-Brussels axis. The West will not be taken back simply through Russia’s existence, but if American right-wingers can dispose of their Russophobia and simply appreciate Russia’s ideological plight against Western atheism and decadence, American conservatives could find a new revolutionary hope which could eventually spell the death of leftism. It is ironic how the United States provided hope to the millions of oppressed souls behind the Iron Curtain, and now Russia could be the new hope to millions of nationalists inside the “drone matrix.”
This crisis in Syria is the perfect opportunity for Christians and nationalists to begin this new wave of Russophilia. Right-wingers need to begin to change the narrative. The dissemination of information that shows Russia in a positive light and contrasts the evil of Obama’s secular America with the righteousness of Christian Russia forces American Christians to confront the reality that they have lost the United States. It then frees them from the entrapment of this false, Cold-War-style paradigm which now bears little to no resemblance to the actual Cold War, especially since Russia and America have traded roles.
Despite the despair and hope that is growing amongst American right-wingers towards their native land, Christians in America must remember that before there was the Enlightenment, Reconstruction, the Civil Rights movement, and the gay mafia, there were the Christian Pilgrims who founded the original settlements of these United States. The Euro-Christians who founded America established then the truth that America is a Christian country, founded on the principles of the Holy Faith by and for the peoples of Europe. No matter what ideological trends attempt to usurp the nation our forefathers created, America will always at its core be Christian. And by modern right-wingers stimulating these Christian nationalist desires and comparing them to Putin’s Orthodox Russia, Christians will learn to break their loyalty towards this evil empire and garner new affection for the transnational movement that has always been the Christian faith.
Nobody is asking for American Christians to wed themselves to Russia, only rather that they come to divorce themselves from American imperialism and American liberalism, using the inspiration of resistance emanating from Russia to forge a new Christianization of the West.