Linder on The South
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(No doubt, this will piss some people off, but there’s nothing wrong with looking under the hood of White Nationalism once in a while and seeing what’s underneath. In fact, the “anti-Semitic” movement was led mostly by northerners [e.g., Henry Ford, Robert Edward Edmondson, Gerald L. K. Smith, Father Charles Coughlin, George Lincoln Rockwell, Revilo Oliver]. William Luther Pierce was a southerner, but he certainly wasn’t a typical southerner. Furthermore, the Klan – a largely southern outfit – seems to focus more attention on negroes than on Jews – I’ve seen their literature).
“…and that’s part of my point. Southerners are not interested in the slightest in anything that isn’t Southern or is intellectual. It’s an anti-intellectual culture concerned entirely with itself. It doesn’t even care enough to investigate its enemies, define them, and figure out how to defeat them. It’s completely satisfied with ritual denunciations of Yankees.” — Alex Linder