Australian Nationalists, on principle, are opposed to war, it is a consistent and long-held conviction that imperialism and globalist inspired military adventures run counter to everything we stand for.

The topic of this post, however, is not the tragic mess in west Asia currently unfolding before our eyes, we would like to propose an end to the other war, the second world war.

It is for us, the moderns, to declare that the post-war era is now at an end, that as those days pass from living memory we need not discuss the ghastly conflagrations of the 1940’s as anything but distant, historical events.

It may seem odd that we would broach such a topic, the peace was declared in late 1945, the aggressors and perpetrators of war crimes were arrested and dealt with and the societies of Germany and Japan forcibly turned into client states of the Anglo-American bloc.

The topic of this post, however, is not the tragic mess in west Asia currently unfolding before our eyes, we would like to propose an end to the other war, the second world war.

For some paranoid cliques, however, the war never ended. Fascists or Bolsheviks are said to lurk in every shadowed corner, depending on which side of the second war these enthusiasts are intent on perpetuating.

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And now for a completely gratuitous screengrab from The Simpsons just to fit our motif

Every snarky, racially charged, or just plain ignorant comment which appears on the internet is supposedly a step back down the road to Auschwitz; while the crimes of Stalin and his henchmen are laid at the feet of every loudmouthed undergraduate communist.

We could understand the emergence of neo-Fascist and corresponding anti-Fascist gangs among the children of veterans, persecuted post-war migrants and those left destitute by the war; these baby boomers would have been indirectly affected by the experiences of their parents and we could say that they might feel strongly about the issues which led to that global disaster.

It is ridiculous in the extreme, however, for lads and lasses several generations removed from the wartime experiences of “the greatest generation” to carry on the fight as if they had some direct connection to the world of their great grandparents.

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We just mentioned the war, but we think we got away with it

This insistence on reaching out, through space and time like some character from the fiction of H.G Wells, to grasp the banners of long dead movements and the politics of wholly alien peoples is pointless and frankly indicative of a society bereft of real political ideals.

Mainstream politics is no longer really political in the strict sense of the word; it is more akin to a set of personal principles picked from a catalogue of half-formed ideas; there are no notable schools of thought, political clubs, effective trade unions or even real demagogues.

It is ridiculous in the extreme, however, for lads and lasses several generations removed from the wartime experiences of “the greatest generation” to carry on the fight as if they had some direct connection to the world of their great grandparents.

It is no wonder then that young people would be drawn to the styles and rhetoric of long-dead thinkers and motivators of the masses; the bland politics of Canberra, Washington and Westminster surely does nothing to inspire the children of the White working class.

At the root of this is a defiance of nature; a rebellion against the real world and a blatant shirking of civic duty as more and more people retreat into the fantasy role-playing and safe spaces of this degenerate, post-political milieu.

Of course, it is much easier to pose as a neo-Anarchist or a pseudo-Blackshirt than it is to form a political club, become active in a union or gather a school of thought around a set of ideas; much safer to stay indoors and post-ironic memes, snipe at others from one’s safe space or play act some obscurantist Falange vs P.O.U.M melodrama.

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The greatest killer of WW2 smoked a pipe and drank bulk vodka

To the Nationalist, history has only a forward momentum, the lessons of the 1940’s were for those generations to learn and learn them they did; the world of today is one largely voted into existence by the men who fought so that their descendants would never see such a catastrophe again.

Of course, it is much easier to pose as a neo-Anarchist or a pseudo-Blackshirt than it is to form a political club, become active in a union or gather a school of thought around a set of ideas; much safer to stay indoors and post-ironic memes, snipe at others from one’s safe space or play act some obscurantist Falange vs P.O.U.M melodrama.

When we urge our reader to abandon the post-war mentality, to draw a line under the era of recriminations, guilt and the spectres of trauma and hardship, we give him further permission to rebel against the globalist order, for that order has deep roots in the post-war era.

All of the professed ideals of the globalist castes refer in some way to the tribulations of the mid-20th century; the justifications for mass movements of indigent third world peons, the supremacy of liberalism, the outrage over any expression of ethnic solidarity or national feeling by European-descended peoples, all of this negativity is fuelled by a post-war mindset.

Stop playing the globalist game, end the war, the people who had the knowhow to truly re-enact that era are now mostly dead or senile.

Us moderns have to face up to the reality that our struggle is to break free and overthrow the now degenerate post-war social order and replace it with something enduring, stable, and geared to the posterity of our people.

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Lest we forget Private Baldrick…
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