Besides providing the federal entity with a ready-for-pickup list of Camp FEMA applicants, the recent secession petition at whitehouse.gov represents a significant milestone: it has transported the idea of secession from the realm of fantasy to the realm of the real. The creation and popularization of these petitions means that an important psychological line in the minds of the general public has been crossed: secession has gone from being something that is Utterly Impossible to being something that is Possible, but Highly Unlikely — and that’s a big deal. It means that one road to the end of BRA is now open to us.
But we need to start with small steps if we want to go further down that road. Yes, some small portion of the American public has now come to realize that a partition of the country is at least theoretically possible. Now, our strategy now should be to use this realization as a point of entry with regard to secession — but we’ve got to do it the smart way. If we come strutting in with “Dixie” blaring and the Battle Flag flapping in the wind we are going to scare these embryonic allies into running back to the comforting folds of Old Glory.
(And if we come goosestepping in with the Horst-Wessel-Lied blaring and the swastika flapping, we’ll turn these potential friends into bitter enemies.)
Instead of freaking out and scaring the petitioners, we need to start by introducing them to the basic idea of our movement: White identity. We have to gently coax these baby secessionists into taking the first step down the road to racial identity — to admitting that White people exist, and that they themselves are White.
This won’t be easy, but it must be done. No white identity means no White solidarity, and without solidarity neither the new Confederacy nor any other post-BRA social/political order will ever be realized.
This is why I push the Three Truths so hard. The Three Truths are the basics, the foundation-stones upon which we can build our case for the restoration of free association. By showing our new friends that it’s okay to admit they are White, we help them to give themselves permission to do so. Once they admit that White people exist, they will See that Whites have the right to exist. And from there it’s a short step to the realization that Whites have the right to exist as Whites, defining for themselves their own mode of existence.
Once our newly-minted secessionists are brought to admit this, we will have taken the first small step towards freedom. White America will become actualized. Our fellow Whites will no longer see themselves as generic, colorless “Americans”, but as Whites in America, a people, a nation with every right to seek a state that is run by Whites for the benefit of Whites.
And once we have a good, solid start toward our social goal of building White identity, we can begin discussing our political program: how exactly we are going to separate ourselves from the federal entity, and what we are going to do afterwards.
Given a successful identity campaign, I think good first political move would be for Texas or some other state to hold a non-binding plebiscite on secession. This would necessarily entail the political support of a not-insignificant number of state legislators, as well as the governor of the state in question. It doesn't matter if the citizens of the state in question reject the idea the first time. Winning the plebiscite would not be the point, at least not at first. The point would be the crossing of another psychological line: the first legitimate political secessionist activity since 1861. The mere holding of such a plebiscite would be a major strategic victory for the secession movement.
A secession plebiscite would also be a global media sensation, which would tend to elevate American seccessionism into the ranks of other devolutionary and secessionist movements around the world. Played right, a secession plebiscite in Texas or elsewhere would — pass or fail — kick the state in question upstairs to the status of a Flanders, a Catalonia, or a Scotland.
By means of such plebiscites, secession is transformed further, going from the realm of the Possible but Highly Unlikely to the realm of the Possible. At this point, we re-introduce the plebiscite. If it fails, we hold another plebiscite the next year. And we keep holding secession plebiscites until one passes somewhere.
At that point, the political portion of our struggle may begin. With the “will of the people” as expressed by plebiscite behind the secessionist cause, we can commence constructing the political movement that will lead to the actual dissolution of the federal entity and the restoration of the traditional American social and political order on our terms.
The pathway to partition is in sight. We should by all means stride forward, but we must also watch where we're putting our feet. Americans have taken their first trembling step onto Secession Road — let's not push them along too quickly while they are yet unsure of their footing. Only with careful hand-holding can our fellow Whites be persuaded to take that next small step toward a nation and a state of our own in America.