Keith Preston interviews Craig Fitzgerald. Topics include:
- Craig’s experiences growing up around the patriot and militia movements of the 1990s;
- His participation in various youth subcultures and how these influenced his political ideas;
- His involvement with a wide variety of dissident movements from the John Birch Society to Occupy Wall Street;
- His role as an activist with We Are Change-New York;
- His journey to Chiapas to spend time among the Zapatista rebels of southern Mexico;
- His development of an interest in national anarchism and his co-founding of the National-Anarchist Tribal Alliance of New York;
- The Left’s misinterpretation of national anarchist views on race;
- Craig’s activities as a homesteader and professional in the field of permaculture.
Craig FitzGerald is a native New Yorker who has been involved in dissident politics since his youth. His analysis is rooted in nationalist, localist and anarchist philosophies and his activism centers around anti-globalization, anti-zionism, and individual and community autonomy and self-sufficiency. He has worked with a varied selection of activist organizations and is an instrumental member of We Are Change NYC. In early 2011, Craig co-founded National Anarchist Tribal Alliance – New York (NATA-NY). He recently moved to the Adirondack Mountains to homestead with fellow NATA-NY members.