[From "An Anti-Fascist Statement"]
(Above: Pinochet, seated in front, just after the Sept. 1973 Chilean coup).
(I’m sort of tempted to sign that anti-fascist statement in order to make a point: I’m not a fascist per se, and Alex has said the exact same thing, and most of the people in the White nationalist movement are also not fascists per se; although I do understand that, to save the sinking ship called America, there will likely come a point in time when fascist measures must be implemented for a few years, just like Augusto Pinochet did in Chile circa 1973/1974. To think that America can vote itself back to being a healthy republic is to be an idiot).
Give this libertarian credit for not signing that anti-fascist statement; however, it’s sad to see that a lot of people don’t understand the real nature of libertarianism: it’s [B]a Jewish movement [/B]posing as a freedom movement. Libertarianism has no power in the West, and that was the [B]whole idea[/B] from the beginning: to make White people think individually, not collectively.