McCulloch on Johnson

Richard McCulloch has written a review of Johnson’s new book, his manifesto. If white nationalism is a weak movement it’s precisely because of what McCulloch says in his review:

A manifesto is not the place for reticence, but reticence is understandable. Our bourgeois (e.g., the Constitution) and Christian values impose a high bar on the justified use of force.

McCulloch was talking about ethnic cleansing for the ethnostate. I would paraphrase his words this way: Instead of embracing the transvaluation of all values à la Wm. Pierce, schizophrenic nationalists want to have it both ways: constitutional comfort plus Xtian values (which includes Johnson’s secular values).

Published in: on October 18, 2018 at 12:24 am  Comments (2)  


  1. Compare this BS manifesto with yesterday’s comments on ethnic cleansing in another thread.

    • Is this a good place to continue the thread you closed? You’ll have to put your last reply here so it can resume. I did type a reply but unfortunately lost it due to the closure of the thread.

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