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Chicken Boo is a chook that dresses like a man to get acceptance from men. In that sense, Chicken Boo is a civic patriot

The idea of nationalists toning down their message sprung from despair at being so few in numbers.

It was believed that with a media-friendly image “ordinary” people might be drawn to the cause. To accomplish that favourable presentation they changed their position and took an airbrush to policy. They groomed whatever might seem “racist” out of their style and sought to engage a more liberal-minded prospect.

No longer concerned with reversing the damage wrought by decades of multiculturalism; the message became about “assimilation”, and a notion of Australianness removed from the racial context of the Australian people.

In fact, the very word “race” disappeared from the supposedly nationalist vocabulary, which was expurgated in accordance with political correctness.

Hitherto having understood race as fundamental to Australianness, the message was now an appeasement that multiculturalism is fine, but… The ‘but’ needed a subject, and that subject became Moslems. This, in fact, was where nationalists devolved into patriots.

By setting upon this course they capitulated to the economic masters. It would be like Christians setting out to spread ‘the word’ of Jesus in a saloon, but telling dirty jokes instead because religion upset the drunks. The entire reason for being of these nationalists was lost and the power of the liberal-globalist masters increased unopposed. They set out to a fight determined not to throw a punch in case someone got hurt.

In fact, the very word “race” disappeared from the supposedly nationalist vocabulary, which was expurgated in accordance with political correctness.

What started out as a warning about the perils of, say, Asian immigration was revised to Asian immigration being fine so long as Asians acted like Australians. The watered-down nationalists had allowed the liberal globalists to redefine Australianness as not being based on “the people” but a set of social rules misrepresented as the “values” of that people. You could just as easily suggest that being Chinese is not a matter of blood, but of using chopsticks.

In a sense, the United Patriots Front is the progeny of these watered-down nationalists who traded their principles for power. Only, they did not get power, because it was never about gaining power, but stopping power. They confused “empowerment” with power and betrayed themselves as opportunists.

Nationalism by its very mission is a certainty of marginality. If it was not, there would be no nationalism. If a nationalist covets the mainstream then his mission is no longer spreading nationalism it is to gain mainstream acceptance.

Mainstreaming is the process described above. Again, for groups like Liberty Alliance, One Nation, Rise Up Australia and the United Patriots Front, the “mission” is already lost because the message is all wrong. In some cases with civics, they don’t even have a message.

These groups can affect nothing since they are born of capitulation from a pre-failed model and type. The “Australianness” they defend is an abstraction. Australianness requires being born into a “readily identifiable ethnic group, distinct from the other peoples of the world in language, way of life, value system and expectations of freedom and quality of life (Anon 2010, p. 3)”. The civics would have that Australianness is about a “fair-go” and “spirit of mateship” and equally hollow platitudes of that sort.

In a sense, the United Patriots Front is the progeny of these watered-down nationalists who traded their principles for power. Only, they did not get power, because it was never about gaining power, but stopping power. They confused “empowerment” with power and betrayed themselves as opportunists.

There is no validity in the belief that by cosying up to “normal” people you can gain their trust enough for them to let you lead them to your ‘secret message’. You cannot do this because the ‘false’ message you carried defined you long ago.

Likewise, the message, now in its second generation has ceased being a strategy. Now the message IS the strategy.

And this very idea of power confuses many of the civics, or in the case of the UPF, gets confused by proximity to the civics. A nationalist sees the government as a servant, not an authority. But the very approach of the civic patriots is influenced by their acceptance of that authority. They simply want it to grant them certain dispensations. To borrow from the contemporary alternative-right lexicon, they are “cucked”. In other words, they stand willfully impotent in deference to the status quo.

The mainstream illusion is the subject of both admittance and denial by the civics. They talk about defeating “cultural Marxism” because they still accept that the underpinning philosophy of Australianness is determined by the economy. Their ‘cultural Marxist’ opponents are as much a product of the liberal globalists as the civics, only whereas the cultural Marxists are their spawn, the civics are their tenants.

Only the nationalist is his own man.

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Anon (2010), Party of the Nation: An introduction to the Australia First Party philosophy, methods and the right and obligations of membership, Australia First Party, Sydney, Australia

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