To White Servicemen Past & Present, Thank You

Posted: November 11, 2010 in Uncategorized

On this Veteran’s Day, I would like to offer my thanks and sincere appreciation to all of the white men and women who have served in the military, to protect their nation, and to learn and hone skills which can be used in service of our race. For those who scoff at the idea that military service can be beneficial under our recent government, I would like to quote a bumper sticker I recently saw- “Support Our Troops – We’ll Need Them To Overthrow Our Government“.

Whatever a person thinks about the military, there are skills, leadership development, a warrior mindset, and a type of comradeship and brotherhood that only comes from having served in the armed forces. Some have tried to replicate various parts of it through survival and militia training, civilian training courses, reading, and even watching movies and/or playing video game simulations, but it is not the same. Even the closest, most cohesive group or “crew” is not the same as those who have bonded over combat, or even just under the shared experience of basic training or AIT.

I don’t know how to explain it myself, but I have been involved in gatherings of all sorts of people – militia, survivalists, white nationalist, assorted “patriot groups”, and various mixes of the two. I have also been involved in gatherings where all or most of the people there were current and former military personal. I don’t know how to explain it, but you can literally feel the difference – there is a certain unspoken bond and a level of both connection and seriousness when talking about training, the future, and the important things in life that I have found among no other group of people, and one that makes me damn proud to be included.

To all of those who are serving in the military, and to those who have served. To those who’ve made it home, in memory of those who never made it home, and with a tear for those who made it home in body but not in mind or spirit, thank you.


I am aware that there is some conflict over military service in our movement, but I want to but that aside right now. Comments criticizing “our” soldiers or nit-picking the issues surrounding the current wars will not be posted here.



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