Nordfront writer Sebastian Elofsson explains the importance of being radical and uncompromising.
How many times have you heard people who are sympathetic to the Resistance Movement say that we are too “extreme” and too radical? These people often claim that if we do not liberalise – in other words, deradicalise – and compromise on our most important issues, we will have no possibility of being able to influence current politics and societal development. We are even told that we should dance to the mass media’s tune to avoid being seen in a bad light, and that we must be “accepted” by the establishment, and maybe even become a part of it. This is highly misjudged reasoning, as the people instinctively look for a strong and stable force to unite behind, and this force must be radical and uncompromising in order to be strong. This is something our people vainly attempt to find within the established parties in the Riksdag.
It is my belief that those who oppose a radical and uncompromising struggle are not fully aware of the serious threat facing us today. It’s not particularly strange when you consider that entities such as the mass media constantly work against us by smearing and condemning us. As such, people are tricked into believing there is no threat to our people and that the only thing needed to solve all of society’s problems is a tax reduction here or a tax increase there to make everything OK again.
Unfortunately this does not correspond with reality. The problems in society are much greater than many believe and demand considerably more than a tax increase or reduction to solve. If our racial comrades were aware of how serious the situation we’re in really is, it wouldn’t take long before they all stood together in our ranks under the freedom flag. But the fact is that the majority are not aware of the necessity of radical and uncompromising struggle.
Liberal democracy – our current form of government – is ruled by international big finance (global banks and bankers), which to a large degree consists of a small ethnically foreign minority. This minority reigns via financial interest slavery (today’s monetary system) and controls “popular opinion” via the mass media, also known as the fourth estate. They are the driving force behind mass immigration – the great population replacement – to white Western civilisation, and have also created Cultural Marxism, which is slowly but surely destroying all white culture. The people and organisations that advocate all of the above comprise a system that is hostile to the people. Big finance, the mass media and the established parties’ politicians all form a part of the anti-Nordic system because they work against our people’s interests.
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As a result, our people are imprisoned economically by big finance’s shackles and subjected to non-European mass immigration by foreign forces and “our” politicians. Meanwhile the mass media – which to a large degree is also in foreign people’s hands – has a monopoly over the information in society and decides which opinions are acceptable and which are not. This is the reality of the situation, whether we like it or not. And it is thanks to liberal democracy that this has been made possible.
Serious, large-scale problems like these require radical, comprehensive solutions on which we cannot afford to compromise. The liberal parliamentary democracy must be abolished, big finance’s shackles must be completely smashed, non-European mass immigration must be stopped and the mass media’s opinion monopoly must be broken. According to many in today’s society, these are highly controversial and “extreme” views, yet they are vital if our people are to survive biologically and culturally. Of course they’re really not “extreme” at all – quite the opposite – because it’s to every people’s benefit to defend themselves and their interests. Nevertheless such opinions are regarded as radical when compared to the liberal and Marxist ideas of other political parties.
No to liberalisation!
The greatest threat to the Resistance Movement by far is liberalisation – the prospect of watering down our National Socialist movement and compromising on the most important issues in order to potentially become part of the anti-Nordic system; in other words, distancing ourselves from National Socialism. A classic example of a nationalist party that has been liberalised is the Sweden Democrats. The party was originally for a halt to mass immigration and the repatriation of the majority of non-Europeans, but today, after years of liberalisation, they have abandoned their demand for repatriation and now only want to limit immigration.
Instead of fighting against the system, the Sweden Democrats have embraced it and sought to become part of it. A good example is the party’s deputy leader Mattias Karlsson, who attempted to cosy up to the Orwellian anti-Swedish organisation Expo (although without success). The Sweden Democrats do not want to abolish liberal democracy, smash big finance’s interest slavery, stop mass immigration or sever the mass media’s opinion monopoly. The Sweden Democrats have compromised on their most important issues and thus no longer constitute a serious threat to the system. Instead they are an important asset to the system because they function as a safety valve that allows Swedes who are unhappy with immigration and the direction of society in general to express their discontent. Even though the party has no sustainable solutions to these problems, they stand out as the only alternative to the other parties in the Riksdag because they still criticise immigration. Some therefore refer to them as controlled opposition.
All parliamentary parties from both blocks, including the Sweden Democrats, fight solely for their own party interests. By utilising a programme that’s meaningless and full of empty promises, the parties seek the people’s support in the form of votes, and gain power by pandering and lying. The Riksdag parties are the real populists and not organisations like the Resistance Movement, which is sometimes labelled as such. What separates the Resistance Movement from the parliamentary parties is that we fight unceasingly for our people’s common interests. For us, our people’s well-being is the only thing of meaning. We believe quite simply that whites have a right to exist and live in freedom – something we cannot and will not compromise on!
National Socialist revolution
The Nordic Resistance Movement is a revolutionary National Socialist activist organisation. This means we aim to fundamentally change society, both politically and economically. The struggle is between two worldviews: National Socialism and liberal democracy. It is a decisive battle, out of which only one can emerge victorious. Either National Socialism will prevail, or liberal democracy. The choice is between our people’s survival, a folk community, economic self-sufficiency (autarky), leadership and responsibility, and freedom of expression – or mass immigration, divisive class struggle, interest slavery, cultural decadence and censorship of “inconvenient” opinions.
National Socialism is what distinguishes the Resistance Movement from the parliamentary parties. All of the parties in the Riksdag represent and embrace liberal democracy, and by doing so also support population replacement, the supremacy of big finance, the class struggle and the mass media’s opinion monopoly. This is not something the Resistance Movement can or will accept. The people’s common interests must always be the first priority. The Resistance Movement’s greatest vision is National Socialism’s final victory in the North, and victory can only become reality through radical and uncompromising struggle. It is National Socialism that makes us radical, and if we were to compromise and distance ourselves from it, the struggle would be lost. This is because it is National Socialism and only National Socialism that has the far-reaching solutions that are required if the aforementioned threats against our people are to be averted in the best possible way.
It’s also of the utmost importance that our organisation does not lose its hard-hitting propaganda. If the Resistance Movement were to liberalise its propaganda and image by adapting itself to the political establishment’s way of conveying its politics and values, the people would regard us as part of the anti-Nordic liberal democracy. To them, we and the parliamentary parties would be the same; they would not see any difference between us. Therefore it is not just incredibly important that the Resistance Movement be radical and uncompromising when it comes to core issues, but it is even more important that we convey the messages of National Socialism as they are, compared to the messages of other political movements – i.e., radical and the complete opposite of the system and its values.
Above all, the Resistance Movement and its parliamentary branch must hold fast to the organisation’s radical message in order to stand out from the crowd and show the people there is an organisation offering resistance.
The Resistance Movement is the only political force in Sweden and the Nordics that is radical and strong enough to avert the threats posed to our people. Above all we are the only force that refuses to compromise our ideals. The Resistance Movement is the National Socialist spearhead. When others give up or break their promises to the people for their own selfish interests, we remain principled and steadfast, and thus are hated by our opponents. When others falter and yield to authority, the Resistance Movement stays standing, determined to fight on at any price and despite all the odds!
Through radical and uncompromising struggle to victory!