by Pilgrim's Pride | May 28th, 2012
The Americanist loves his America as the natural extension of himself.
America, you see, is not just a handy adjective that describes accidents of geography. It certainly is not a synonym for the United States of America which is rather silly if you consider it for a moment. How can the creature be the creator?
America is a land, a country, the ‘land where our fathers died’. America is a civilization, a way of life unique in all history made possible only thanks to the discovery of the New World.
But mainly America is a people, the offspring of those incomprehensibly confident and courageous Englishmen that eschewed all to build a new life for themselves and their children from the barren wilderness of British North America.
Spanish North America is Mexico. French North America is Canada. Dutch North America … no longer exists!
It was British North America that captured the attention, desire and envy of the civilized world, who looked to our Anglo-American experiment in self-governance and independence with complete fascination.
(For the record: From time-to-time, newcomers come here to join us Americans with every intention and desire of becoming themselves American. While such are usually called “immigrants” they are much more than implied by a superficial label.
(Also, historically, quite a few “other than Anglo” people living in what was then British North America did in fact join the American cause. Reformed Dutch and Huguenot aristocracy, common freemen of many Northern and Western European lands, hearty Scots-Irish frontiersmen, Portuguese fishermen, and a surprising number of Indians — whole tribes in fact — recognized a good thing when they saw it and joined themselves wholeheartedly. Those that did not join? We call them losers and they were forced to leave America, bodily and at their own expense. We might have simply slaughtered their surviving menfolk and enslaved their women and children but that is not and never was the American Way but rather the way of the uncivilized savage.)
Many onlookers wished so desperately to partake they immigrated here in their millions, fundamentally altering America, perhaps irretrievably. The Huddled Masses and Wretched Refuse of Ellis Island infamy had little interest in becoming actual Americans as their interest was simple survival. Sadly, this trait has been passed down through the succeeding two, sometimes three generations who see America as a sort of job center, piggy bank, or social club to use for their own selfish purposes.
The Americanist does not.
To him, America is his home, the home of his family for neigh on four-hundred years. He knows the sacrifice made for him by fathers long gone who suffered, sweat, toiled, cried, shed and spilled blood for him, the living generation of his people, entrusted with his legacy for benefit of countless generations to come. He is the steward of this precious thing called America and he knows it.
In the coming months and years, we will examine and decipher what it is to be an American whose creation, the United States of America, a government planned quite carefully to further the cause “of the people, by the people, and for the people”, did in fact perish from the earth. We will understand what that means for us as Americans today, living in the bizarre chimera called the multikult — and how we might intelligently respond to our ongoing dispossession by foreign aliens who, in any other context, would have been met with the fury and violence of our armies, repelling an invading horde.
Put another way, The Americanist will serve for the first time in cyberspace as a means of remembering our patrimony to understand it ourselves and thus transmit it to our children and our children’s children. At all times, we shall do our best to avoid the many pitfalls, diversions, ambushes and Machiavellian traps laid for us by those Huddled Masses and Wretched Refuse who see our beloved nation as an opportunity for criminal gain at our expense. Yes for the record, this would seem to include most all politicians and their apparatchiks wherever they be found.
It may be that you too are an Americanist. If so, welcome. We have much work to do and little time to do it. If we achieve a common understanding of ourselves, our purpose and mission in this life, we stand an even chance of salvaging America for the future. If not, should we fail, it should be obvious to all what will become of us: throughout all history, the dispossessed disappear.
May the LORD God Almighty bless his people and may he have mercy on the souls of them seeking to destroy us in our own land.
You may call me by my ancestral title,