America was built in the image of the Roman Republic. Its capital, imagery, and goals were set with good intentions upon that foundation. The road to Hell is paved with good intentions, and our nation lies surrounded by brimstone. The time of the Republic has passed in America as the system grows too weak to perform its duty. Arrogance and delusions of infinite power have brought the State to the point of buckling. The damage done to this nation and its people will not be fixed if every issue requires the approval and blessing from the dysfunctional American democratic system. Democracy has failed in this once great nation. Now the time for a new Caesar to revive the American spirit has dawned.

When our European ancestors first came to this savage continent they had a variety of purpose. Set against the harsh life on the frontier and the common enemy in the strange, unexplored reaches of America yet to be touched by civilization, they found a common cause and a common identity as Americans. From the varied nations and cultures of Europe a new nation was forged in the flames of conquest. E Pluribus Unum was the new creed that bound our people together with their pan-European identity as Americans. To be an American is to be a descendant of conquerors, pioneers, visionaries, and explorers. This unique identity was given to us by our ancestors, and this national spirit remains firmly rooted in our blood.

Our mission is a hard reset on the nation we see today— a return to the traditions and virtues of our forefathers. The same spirit that urged our ancestors onward to create this nation will once again be brought to light, and new America will be built within its current dilapidated, shameful iteration. Generation after generation lived in war and strife so that their descendants may know peace. It was their duty to give their lives in such a way. The torch is now passed to our generation, and it is our duty to make their sacrifices mean something.

From within a society ruled by those who have become unable to foresee any horizon beyond themselves, our goal is to create a union of Americans building the future. This new generation of patriots will live with loyalties to a greater cause and a grand vision of the America that awaits their descendants.

Our national way of life faces complete annihilation as our culture and heritage are attacked from all sides. From the many individuals of our people, a collective will emerge, a network linking the faithful of our people together in strength and unity. Within these bounds we will begin the creation of our grand vision. Politics have played a large part in destroying this nation, and it will not be politics that will save us. The State that governs us is wholly resistant to the change that is required to save the nation as it convulses and devours itself with unprecedented corruption. This nation once sought freedom from a tyrannical, global power, and those who fought for liberty dedicated their efforts to the people they served rather than the government that denied them a future.

America needs a generation of brave men to fearlessly rise to face all threats to their collective interests. A generation steeled in their effort to realize their grand vision of a new nation. This gathering of the faithful — the true inheritors of America — will urge our people onward.

To form a new and just State, we must first instill a reformed national spirit within our people — a people free from the vices of the modern world and a people with a fervor to see themselves free. The cohesion and unity of our people will be the most powerful weapon to be used in our tireless struggle for the nation and its timeless cause. Every soul who embodies the struggle will be an indispensable component of our unified effort.


In this age of lies and mistruths, there are abundant misconceptions about what an American is. Many, including those in control of our current State, mistake others simply existing in America as Americans or conceive of an American Identity so universal that it ceases to exist altogether.

To truly understand who is American we must understand what the American nation is; what its interests are; and, the nature of its inception. The American nation has long since entered a journey where the American State has not followed on their increasingly divergent paths into an uncertain future. Internal conflict within the government has long sought to create a globally minded system ruling over a nationally rooted people. The debasement of our history and the visions of our Founders has been both treasonous and prevalent to meet this end. The bulwarks that prevent the degeneration of our Republic have been eroded and now remain absent entirely.

The American nation is and has always been the American people, their culture, and their impact on the land and world they inhabit. The venal State sees towns, villages, landscapes, and countrysides as sources of production, or markers on a map, whereas the nation sees them as founts of culture, inspiration, and life itself. They are the places where great men were born and even greater men died — cut down by foreign armies or their own blood. The State has long since ceased to advocate for the interests of the descendants of its creators, and thus a State which will be, above all else, a reflection of the national interest ​must be implemented fully and absolutely.

The national interest is the interest of the American nation and thus the American people. This culture and identity has the same fundamental interests as any other: survive, thrive, progress, and ensure a better life for future generations. In this endeavor to make manifest the most natural and essential instincts of man, many are ostracized and shunned. This can only serve to accurately represent how truly and utterly detached from nature this civilization has become, and how valued lies are over truth.

An African, for example, may have lived, worked, and even been classed as a citizen in America for centuries, yet he is not American. He is, as he likely prefers to be labelled, an African in America. The same rule applies to others who are not of the founding stock of our people as well as to those who do not share the common unconscious that permeates throughout our greater civilization, and the European diaspora.

The American Identity was something uniquely forged in the struggle that our ancestors waged to survive in this new continent. America is truly unique in this pan-European identity which forms the roots of our nationhood. To be an American is to realize this identity and take up the national struggle upon one’s shoulders. Not simply by birth is one granted this title but by the degree to which he works and fulfills the potential of his birth. No man is complete simply to live, but to do more than that; to strive to create a path onward for his people, and to connect with the heritage he is undeniably a part of. That is what completes a man. Only then is he truly deserving of the title and a place among his people.

What use is a seed if not sewn? What use is a nail if not hammered? What use is a horse if not saddled? The very same goes for a man and his identity. If he is not apt to connect with his heritage, and realize his monumentally important role as a single thread in the tapestry of the nation, then he has denied himself a purpose, and worse, denied his people a future.

The American State is headed towards what most see as the horizon, but what the few know to be the edge of a precipitous cliff. We will readily take up the mantle of every untended duty and responsibility of the State. We will surpass its role in fulfilling the the needs of the nation it has incrementally left behind. The people of the nation have been deceitfully led astray, but when their livelihood is threatened they will learn to judge trees once again by their fruit, not by the words of the snakes that reside betwixt their branches.

The nation will see the thin veneer of civilization begin to wane as resources are diverted from them to the replacement population. The same population that has been imported to supersede the nation will then be enslaved upon our ashes. Those of our people in witness to this orchestrated tragedy will then be compelled towards the only body whose vision of the future includes them.

The hard truth of the coming struggle is that America, as we know it, is already dead or will not survive. This age of our people will instead be seen as an era of rebirth and the beginning of a new chapter in history.

What will live on is the people that will make this possible, the identity they share, and the heritage they will bring forth to the new age. The errors of past societies and governments shall be left behind; only brought to light as reminders of the folly of our people and what led them to the brink of dissolution.

Much in accordance with our beliefs, there will not be a single moment where victory will be achieved, so much as there will be a long lasting effort to ensure an enduring victory. This continent was conquered not by the men who drew borders on maps but by the members of the nation who trod out into the unknown to seek the future. In the same way, we see a long and demanding task ahead. The patriots of today may not see the culmination of their grand vision, but rather in their lifetime set the nation and its people upon this task with the multigenerational spirit to stand the test of time.

A victory achieved this way is all the more stable and all the more irreversible than one seen through hollow means lacking foundation. The national spirit of struggle must complement their human characteristics in order to make this effort and undertaking a way of life and a matter of instinct.


America is a bleeding carcass bereft of the moral foundations which made it powerful. The America of modernity is little more than an economic zone in which the dollar is used. A unified culture no longer exists due to replacement migration. Ethical standards no longer exist due to the steady erosion of the history of the nation. The State has situated itself on an ever growing pile of parasitic rules and regulations. Bloated to the point of breaking by bureaucracy, each action taken to solve any problem is done solely as a means to delay the inevitable. Nothing about the current system is sustainable.

The nation lives on, not in the marble halls of the State or in the rivers and mountains of the country, but in the hearts of the faithful. Within these determined few, the true inheritance of the nation carries on.

The form and being of this great nation will be something that is rooted firmly in the natural laws that bind humanity to reason. They are the very same laws which lead civilizations to ruin if they are ignored. In this sense, no temporary solutions will show themselves to be an option. No half truths or compromises can lead to peace. Man cannot, and should not, define the laws of nature; the world in which he does grows increasingly nightmarish.

The life of the average American will change during this transition. It will be a great change. A change that will imbue struggle in his soul. He will emerge on the other side of this great national upheaval as a new man; a stronger and more dedicated servant to his people; and, a staunch protector and defender of his family.

He will no longer know the age of material, of illness, and of disunity. His neighbors will fit the term in more than just a nominal fashion. He will be removed from decadence and given community. He will be protected from barbarism and given civility. His nation will be an extended family, not a collection of strange faces passing by him on the way to a shallow grave. He will no longer be sold a life that will never come; a life of working for something that is neither rewarding nor spiritually beneficial.

Turmoil will give way to stability, as the sun rises on a new American nation state. He will see himself in his government, and his government will hold his interests in their efforts. His life will know action and progress rather than a slow, abysmal decline. He will exist as an individual and as a member of the greater collective, with both serving to edify the other.

He will be a member and unit of a people, a nation, a State.


Individualism, while originally good in concept and proposition, has been allowed to run rampant in our modern society, where it has become a plague in its amplification. The nation of the future will not abolish the individual, nor will it ruthlessly enforce a sole collective, but the merits of both must be structured to complement one another.

Every man exists as a member of several collectives, and of these collectives a select few identities have strategically been stripped from our people’s sense of self. You are a member of a family, a community, a nation, and a race beyond that.

These are the natural classifications that have been given to all men, young and old, rich and poor. Only by the encroaching rot of modernism have these ties been weakened, and in many cases ultimately broken in many cases. Alongside this, many have been so bereft of these invaluable aspects of their identity that they have been led to hate themselves and their people, and even view their prevalence as detrimental to one’s well being.

However, it must be noted that you exist as an individual, but you do so in accordance with your family, community, nation, and race. You must never exist in spite of them. To see yourself solely as an individual is misguided and lacks an ethical basis. Your actions are not your own in the sense that they almost always affect someone other than yourself. For better or worse, the decisions you make have ripples and echoes that radiate out through the variety of collectives you belong to.

Every group has a common interest in the form of survival, prosperity, and progress. What we see illustrated so well in our current age is also the prevalence of collective threats. In order to survive as a culture, a heritage, and a way of being, our nation must learn that its collective interests are fighting against its collective threats of replacement and enslavement.

In times of turmoil, such as we find ourselves in, the thousand muttering tones of our people must shape themselves into a single, unified voice. Through unity and through the civilizational focus on a set of ideals and goals, human accomplishment is brought to its full potential. The greatest question our civilization has preoccupied itself with asking has been: “How can I feel good?” The rise in this question’s primacy in the collective unconscious of our people has correlated exactly with our decline. Our people and our civilization should occupy themselves with asking a new question. The answer to that question will be the proper balance between societal duty and personal liberty.

Humans are social creatures. We form groups, cliques, and factions. All of what we do is a result of our base instincts. These instincts are complex but can be summed up as the need for safety, social connections, and an understanding of ourselves and our world. These instincts are ever present, as is human nature, but the ways in which we act upon them is not.

What our people have been subject to is the isolation and amplification of these desires. Where one once sought a family, he now only seeks fornication. Where one once sought community, he now only seeks gratification. Where one once sought nourishment, he now only seeks sustenance.

Previous civilizations have existed with the aim of abolishing the nature of man insofar as to constrict and restrict his needs entirely to serve a different purpose. Such a thing is impossible, and these experiments have cost the lives of millions.

The purpose of the current perversion of our nature is to cement the habit of consumption and affirm a biddable trait among the masses. This effort is sustainable only in absolute completion, where it will enslave the entirety of the human population.

Instead, what must be constructed is a society which complements these natural instincts with virtuous acts pushing men to greatness. The needs for physical well being will be met as a result of our people seeing themselves as a common collective and providing assistance to one another. The needs for community and belonging will come as a result of the restitution of our familial structure and the reclamation of our role in the story of the nation. The needs for an understanding of our world will come from this new national spirit, from this revolutionary synthesis of man and nature, and from this unification of society and instinct.

Within the scope of human needs is an identity and a homeland. People without a natural identity will find an artificial one as is commonly seen today. Instead of identifying with a natural classification of yourself such as family, community, nation, or race, one will identify with a material brand, a line of products, a genre of music, or a political viewpoint. This is a very dangerous progression as these subjective, artificial identities provide the most assured way to control a mass of people and strip them of liberty.

Our people must learn to internalize their natural identities and come to connect that re-emerging identity with their homeland. Americans are descendants of Europeans, but at the same time they are not European. This nation is unique in its newly realized pan-European identity which has allowed it to succeed. A nation without its people realizing a common identity is no nation at all.

The previous era has been spent broadening the definition of what an American is. The coming era will refine the definition of an American. To the American people our movement is revolutionary, yet familiar. We bring forth the traditions of our past imbued with new vigor to bring us closer to our grand vision. Our tradition is revolution, and our land is where tyrants come to die.