An interesting group whose leader was interviewed by the left-anarchist Denfenestrator.
They’re almost there.The only criticism I would have of this group is they haven’t yet got to the point where they reject ideological univeralism. Rather than try to convert Tea Partyers to their own ideology, it would be more constructive to simply identify what they have in common, leave the rest to the side, and agree to handle irreconcilable differences through voluntary association where possible, and mutual self-separation and peaceful co-existence otherwise.
The discussion thread that follows includes these comments about ATS:
What about the less orthodox National Anarchists? You know, the ones that pretend to be just pragmatic anti-statists who want to assemble all wiling parties to smash our common enemy. Looking at the blog Attack The System, whose slogan is “Pan-secessionism against the empire”, we find an extensive list of recommended websites. These include Occidental Quarterly, Alain de Benoist, Tomislav Sunic, Folk and Faith (Christian Identity group),Texas Nationalist Movement, and Youth for Western Civilization. It’s editor, Keith Preston, argues that a promising project for jump starting the Revolution would be a Julius Evola study group.
So there we have it. The living with parents, the semi-activist, and the “maybe if I say I like the American Indian Movement too you’ll take me seriously” wings of the National Anarchist movement are all rooted in and continually engaged with fascist, racist thought.
Again, these comments reflect a fixation on ideological purity. The goal of pan-secessionism is to move past such fixations, not by expecting others to abandon their own ideals, as much as focusing on how to attack common enemies while handling genuine differences in a constructive way.