Monday, March 23, 2009


"I feel myself always the patriot of all oppressed fatherlands. . . Nationality. . . is a historic, local fact which, like all real and harmless facts, has the right to claim general acceptance. . . Every people, like every person, is involuntarily that which it is and therefore has a right to be itself. . . Nationality is not a principle; it is a legitimate fact, just as individuality is. Every nationality, great or small, has the incontestable right to be itself, to live according to its own nature. This right is simply the corollary of the general principal of freedom."
-Mikhail Bakunin

Q. What is National-Anarchism? Does it really aim at a stateless society? or simply the abolition of the existing state and the formation of an 'organic' state from below, i.e. one rooted in the interests of the community rather than tied to say capital interests or in the grip of anti-community ideologies like multiculturalism and egalitarianism.

A. Yes, National-Anarchism believes in a totally stateless society. Not a society that we intend to impose on everyone else, but a series of decentralized organic communities that will be entirely anarchistic in nature. Our ideal differs from mainstream anarchism in that we allow groups to live in mono-ethnic communities if they they so desire. Not for the purpose of hatred (or supremacism) but the utilization of space that allows cultures to live with whom they want. If people want to live in multicultural societies elsewhere that is fine with us.

Q. Who are the National Anarchists?

A. National Anarchists come from diverse backgrounds and consist of a variety of different occupations. Many are from regular working class backgrounds, some are professionals, others artists and musicians. Many National Anarchists come from both Left-wing or Right-wing political backgrounds who are fed up with the political movement they were involved with in the past. We are tired of worn out dogmas, infantile pandering to certain groups, and to the globalist agenda of the political status quo, and all truth be told, know that groups they were associated with in the past are hopelessly unable to change things that can make a difference in today's world.

Q. Some critics of National Anarchism say that your ideology is nonsense or an oxymoron. Is National-Anarchism just smoke and mirrors?

A. Certainly not. It's very convenient for people to say that National-Anarchism is just 'fascism' under another name, but we are defiantly opposed to centralization and bureaucratic fascism in all forms. In fact the unique characteristic of National Anarchism is its anarchism and not it's racial perspective. It is only at the next level down that one finds the racial separatist position, along with our anti-capitalist, anti-liberal and pro-green strategy. Therefore National-Anarchism is a form of anarchism sui generis, an anarchism of it's own.

Q. You talk about race and someone said you're Nazis, are you?

A. "Nazi" is a ubiquitous term to call a political opponent with usually no basis in fact. National Anarchists do not under any circumstances advocate the form of government as represented by the National Socialist German Workers Party.

Q. So why is race so important to your ideology?

A. Race is less important to National Anarchists than cultural and ethnic identity. It is the basis of this identity that community represents itself openly or unconsciously. Heritage is something that people of all races should take pride in as a legacy we leave to future generations. For us, races have no inherent better or worse value in themselves.

Q. Then what's your position on homosexuals?

A. Sacramento Area National Anarchists do not believe in pandering or persecuting individuals due to their sexual orientation. In general National Anarchists are usually opposed to the special treatment of gays and the militant pro gay rights movement.

Q. So just what is it Sacramento National Anarchists advocate?

A. We advocate that society should be run with as little government as possible, on an ethnic and cultural basis. Communities can also be organized by religion or other values, the only limit is the imagination and will of the participants. We stress the importance of autonomous local communities and oppose globalization in all it's forms. We are upfront and honest about our beliefs in a way that is unsettling for our critics. We don't bullshit people by telling them how they should live their lives or claim to have all the answers for today's problems. National Anarchy is essentially a method of operation, strategy, and tactics, to outflank globalism on the periphery and neutralize those who would destroy our culture and identity to be replaced with a globalized consumer humanism.

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