29 December, 2019

A New Nationalist Left Will Emerge? Or Will It Be the Same Old Wine in a New Bottle?

Posted by Socrates in communism, leftism, leftists, liberalism, liberals, Marcuse, Marxism, nationalism, New Left, Old Left, Socrates, white nationalism, White philosophy, White thought at 11:58 am | Permanent Link

“Just days ago, Sputnik reported on the fact that almost half of the members of the Communist Party in Malmö, Sweden, are resigning. They plan to establish a new workers’ party that no longer features multiculturalism, LGBT interests, and climate change as key policy goals. Nils Littorin, one of the defectors, told a local newspaper that today’s Left has become part of the elite and has come to “dismiss the views of the working class as alien and problematic.”

That above isn’t quite as odd as you might think. In America, the Old Left (circa 1920s-1950s) was different from the more-Jewish, more-radical New Left (circa 1964-onward). It focused mostly on labor and class issues. Contrast that to the modern Left, with its focus on anti-White activism, feminism and faggotry. Could there be an alliance made between the far-Right nationalists and this “new, new” Left? It’s doubtful, but we’ll have to wait and see. This “new, new” Left could be just a clever diversion, too: a big movement designed to split and weaken the far-Right. Time will tell. [Article].

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