5 July, 2014

Alain Soral and Third Positionists

Posted by Socrates in Huey Long, philosophy, populism, Socrates, Third Position, White identity, White ideology, white nationalism, White Nationalists, White philosophy, White plans at 3:12 pm | Permanent Link

Third Position people seem to be more populist than “regular” White Nationalists. They employ a “big tent” (or “bigger tent,” at least) philosophy, which could attract middle-of-the-road populists to the pro-White cause [1]. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing at this early stage of the movement, although keep in mind that, much later on, WNs may have to “separate the wheat from the chaff” and expel populists from the movement who don’t toe the ideological line on race and Jews, e.g., Huey Long was a populist, too, but that doesn’t mean he would be WN material. Is this just hair-splitting? Probably, but it’s something to think about nonetheless.


[1] newbies, a populist is “a champion of the little guy/common man”

  • 3 Responses to “Alain Soral and Third Positionists”

    1. CW-2 Says:

      A ‘big tent’ with a welcoming front door is ok as people can come in and contribute to ‘the movement’ on their own terms without feeling compelled to accept full-strength WN, at least initially anyway.
      Of course we still need a solid cadre of dedicated, uncompromising true believers.
      Greg Johnson covers this topic in his book “New Right vs Old Right”.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      I like Monsieur Soral’s “Gallic salute”. That’s the salute I always give to the race-mixers, culture-commies and war-profiteers. What’s the French word for “stugats”?

    3. Richard Osborne Says:

      The time may come when we Populist White Nationalists may have to expell “conservatives” with their emphasis on self-government, local control, and free-market economics, which fragment society and are thus the anti-thesis of nationalism. Only a strong government can guarantee the perpetuation of a white state.

      White Nationalist Conservatism is little more than an afternoon tea with friends.