When embarking on any venture, it’s important to clearly define your mission, perhaps even create a mission statement. Then, once in a while, it’s important to revisit that mission statement and evaluate whether you’re achieving it in the most effective way possible. From the outset, the mission of the writers at The New Nationalist has been to seek truth and report it. We call it “speaking truth to power,” as our tagline indicates. Our goal is to awaken “normies,” not just sing to a choir.,
Increasingly, we’re finding that the name of our website is interfering with our ability to share important information. Having the word “nationalist” in our website name constantly subjects us to ad hominem attacks. Rather than being able to debate the merits of our observations — say on a false-flag attack or hoax, for example — we wind up being summarily dismissed as “white nationalists” or find ourselves having to define or defend nationalism. “Nationalist,” it seems, has become a nasty trigger word, and that’s interfering with our mission of speaking truth to power and waking the normies.
Therefore, after much reflection, we’ve decided to change the name of this website to Winter Watch. This is just a name change, and here’s why.
A Little Background
When Russ Winter approached Torchy Blane about doing a news blog in early 2016, he had already been writing about finance for nearly a decade, including a blog called Winter Watch. Around 2014, through his research into the markets, he increasingly began to realize the pervasiveness of a Crime Syndicate both inside and outside of the financial sector, and he began to write about it. You could call it his “awakening.”
After a couple years, his interest veered almost entirely away from writing about finance. Russ became a truther and needed to create a new website for such writing. His objective wasn’t/isn’t money or fame or influence. He simply wanted to awaken others and engage in intelligent discussions about his observations — get feedback, if you will. Torchy, who had already been writing general news for 15 years, would also occasionally contribute articles, as would Thomas Muller.
Coming up with a website name wasn’t easy. Each writer had their own areas of interest and views. So Torchy looked for the common thread among each American writer’s world view, and the framework was best defined as “nationalism” — nationalism in a third-position/non-partisan, macro sense as juxtaposed to globalism, but not “white nationalism.” That said, we don’t disparage white nationalists, but we’re not waving flags for any groups either. We naively thought that perhaps adding the term “new” to the term “nationalist” would differentiate us a little bit.
The Faux-isms Associated With Nationalism
Months after launching The New Nationalist (TNN) in May 2016, the term “nationalism” became increasingly associated with Donald Trump’s political campaign. Six months later, obscure and well-intentioned truther site TNN found itself being called out as “fake news” by The New York Times (aka Slimes), Business Insider and other megastream media for its posts on Pizzagate.
Then, politicos and mainstream media maggots (MSM) began brainwashing the public to believe that all alternative media is “fake news” and all “fake news” is Russian propaganda in the political interest of Donald Trump. As politicos and MSM ramped up identity-politics rhetoric, it turned nationalism into a trigger word synonymous with abject racism.
The nationalist label has been hijacked by fakes like Donald Trump and his kosher alt-right posse. Accordingly, in today’s newspeak world, it’s associated with the Trump Movement of which we have been critics. It has also been co-opted by warmongering neocons of which we are the diametric opposition.
This movement to pervert the meaning of nationalism didn’t surprise us. Groups and their labels are often co-opted and manipulated to diminish the power of movements that push sound ideas that threaten the status quo. What did surprise was the infighting we witnessed among people who generally share the same causes or views. Nationalists were going after fellow nationalists for not being nationalist enough.
After the Charlottesville staged deception, nationalism became widely associated with violent extremism, and witch hunts ensued to out, shame and silence nationalists. Now, social media accounts are been scrubbed and websites are being taken down for “fake news” and “hate speech.” How long before TNN is targeted by algos, censors, ban clans and suppressors? Indeed, that is happening.
What Nationalism Means to Us
Writers at TNN are ethno-european centrists; but as true non-racist nationalists, we don’t believe that eurocentrism should be imposed on other countries and cultures. Each must defend their own — their own race, economy, culture and border. As Americans of European extraction, we defend our own. Whites in America, European countries and cultures, and basic Christian values are under constant attack by increasingly institutionalized cultural Marxism, weaponized migration and financial raiders.
Throughout history, if you peel back the layers of the movement to destroy what could be collectively described as “whiteness,” you will often find at the forefront people of Jewish extraction with globalist agendas. Identifying influencers as Jewish is not antisemitic. Rather, it’s basic and essential to identifying in-groups, group think, cabals and crime families. But that’s not to say that every Jewish person is a member of a cabal or that every member of the Crime Syndicate is Jewish. Sadly, it’s not that simple.
To be clear, we know all too well the importance of the JQ — but it’s not the only question, and it’s not the sole focus of the writers at TNN.
Winter Watch will be a truther, justice and revisionist blog. Russ is particularly proud of his deeper-dig hidden-history posts over the last year or so and believes these are among his best works. We also consider ourselves a hard-hitting anti-war and anti-warmongering publication. Issues like white rights and the white demonization and degradation assaults will continue to be core issues for us.
We highlighted warmongering as a huge problem in our post “HuffPo Poll Indicates Too Many (White) Trump’tards Are Brainwashed Warmongers.” War and peace are among the most important issues of the day, and blacks as a demographic are the most anti-war of all. Perhaps they are well aware that, per capita, their people will be sacrificed in a Zio war with Iran. Additionally, although we are strongly opposed to open borders, the Muslim demonization psyops has always been well covered here.
The name Winter Watch is a nod to the idea of watch persons, those who alert us to developing conditions, which is a far more accurate depiction of what we do and far less triggering. It implies that we are in a long, drawn-out battle, and we must constantly stay vigilant. The name avoids the distracting, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), canards and the raised eyebrows that we are subjected to by those who’ve never read a single word on the site.
If you’ve bookmarked The New Nationalist or enter the name into your browser in the future, it should automatically redirect to Winter Watch. All of our articles posted under the New Nationalist banner should also automatically redirect as well. Winter Watch will have the same format and appearance and the same comment section. Please bear with us while we make this transition. If you discover functionality problems with the site, don’t hesitate to let us know.