With the coming of a new year it is incumbent to review the year that has passed. Did pro-white Christians in particular, and the Alt Right in general, succeed or fail in 2017? Below are some of the most significant things that affected our movement this year.
Installing an “America First” president
With the passage of time and the hubbub of current events, it’s easy now to forget the significance of Donald Trump’s victory 13 months ago. Beginning with the general campaign season, the Left started slinging accusations about Russians hacking into the U.S. electoral system’s computers, and using social media to push Trump across the finish line. Keith Olbermann and others on the Left were calling for the then-president-elect’s victory to be nullified, and for Hillary Clinton to assume the White House. On January 20 of this year, however, the Left’s best efforts were laid waste as Trump was sworn into office and we had a joyous, if brief, victory celebration in the hopes of Making America Great Again.
Pushing back against U.S. war in Syria
When President Trump decided to act the neocon this April and lobbed missiles into Syria — a nation that we were not then and are not now at war with — it was clear to many in the Alt Right that he had chosen the wrong path. There was a spectrum of reactions to Trump’s action ranging from disapproval of the missile attack to complete disavowal of Trump. The split between the ethnonationalist Alt Right and the civic nationalist Alt Lite became clear when the Alt Right opposed the intervention and many on the Alt Lite defended it. The Alt Right was not just a vehicle for the Trump candidacy, and would not remain yoked to his presidency insofar as he contradicted the very reason we elected him: to protect our people.
The failure of Trump’s administration to repeal Obamacare, coupled with the neocon intervention over Ivanka Kushner’s sympathy for Syrian children, led to an inevitable question: why hasn’t the wall been built yet? In the 11 months of Trump’s Administration so far, immigration enforcement along the U.S.-Mexican border has been arguably bolstered, but is still lacking the key component of a permanent, serious, physical barrier. Specifically, the Wall we were all promised during the campaign season. Progress has been made on the Wall, but suffice it to say that we who elected Trump have been disappointed this year by his administration’s failure to get the job done speedily. With every day that passes, he loses momentum to get the job done at all.
Destruction of Southern monuments
While the anti-white agenda continued its steamroll at the federal level thanks to the sluggish and/or unhelpful Trump Administration, historical white Southern landmarks continued to be torn down by blacks and self-hating whites in power. The League of the South and other pro-white groups protested these moves, but ultimately the power of the state, and its militantly anti-white allies in finance, media and business, prevailed in 2017.
After several successful public events at Auburn University, Texas A&M University, and at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, various Alt Right groups decided to hold a pro-Southern Unite the Right rally at the statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville on August 12. What happened was a debacle that has been dissected 30 ways from Sunday. Needless to say, it was one of the most significant, if not the most significant, thing that occurred in the Alt Right in 2017.
The purge after Charlottesville
Following the ambush at Charlottesville, the establishment reacted by banning peaceful white civil rights organizations and leaders from social media, by firing those who attended the Unite the Right rally, and by otherwise chasing into poverty and obscurity those white advocates who dared to publicly oppose their subjugation. Thankfully, there are still some who resist, and those who have started to build our own infrastructure in lieu of the commonplace.
The anti-white cuckoldry of historically white Protestant churches
The establishment’s kneejerk, cuckolded reaction to the Unite the Right rally was felt across every church and denomination. Every major religious group on the Left or Right issued statements condemning the motives and participants of the rally, and praising (or else ignoring) the violent, illegal communists and their government allies. Erstwhile conservative Protestant leaders have accelerated their descent into the Third World abyss by first tolerating, then coddling, and now celebrating the transfer of power from whites to non-whites in America. This, coupled with their heaping false guilt and shame on whites simply for being white, is a recipe for white genocide, or else white apostasy as whites flee the Faith.
Celebrating 500 years of the Reformation
Unfortunately it was under such auspices that the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation was celebrated. The Protestant churches, as well as their counterparts elsewhere in the religious world, are led by people who deny the rights of white people to have a culture, a country, a civilization, and a sense of self-respect equivalent to that afforded every other people group in the world — whether Aztecs, Jews, blacks, or Aborigines. The Protestant churches face a crucial moment in their histories where they either remain faithful to the Faith of our fathers, or become absorbed in the globalist regime that fights Christ tooth and nail. Will Luther’s nationalism in Church and State go extinct, or revive in our time?
Pro-masculinity and anti-feminism
Shylock was not satisfied until he got his pound of flesh, and the Left is never satisfied with destroying our people in part. They have recently put the pedal to the metal by smashing perceptions of normal masculinity in order to replace it with a malleable, effeminate, powerless version of masculinity. Red-pilled, Bible-believing Christians are a bastion of common sense when it comes to gender roles and so will ride out this storm. However, we are in the Ark and the vicious, drowning world will try to bash in our doors to destroy what few of us remain. As they have done regarding Israel, race, and immigration, our cuckolded conservative Christian brethren will aid and abet the Leftist attack on male sexuality.
The future is at least as dangerous as it is promising. The year 2017 was better than it could have been, but not as great as we had hoped. Here’s hoping for a better new year in 2018. If anything was left off the list that you thought should be included, please add that in the comments section below!