The Alt-Right Is Green: Not A Pepe Meme
The Alt-Right, as a movement, has distanced itself from the traditional right on many issues regarding immigration, national policy, and race realism. As the Alt-Right moves forward beyond Trump, there is an opportunity to create more separation between the Alt-Right and conservatism: we are green. I don’t mean this in the contemporary environmentalist way either. I mean that Alt-Right policy ideas would have significantly positive impacts on the environment as a whole. The Alt-Right can be green beyond Pepe. The Alt-Right can brand nationalism as a green priority. With this, the traditional left and right can be further cast aside for a better vision of the future; a green and huwhyte future.
The United States and European countries give a shocking amount of aid to the third world. The only foreign aid that anyone would get from an Alt-Right-style government is a military strike if they continue to be anti-white. As our policy, the USA, any European nation, or any future European ethnostate shouldn’t send funds to any country without it directly benefiting us. Removing Western aid from the third world and other developing countries would decrease their population numbers which in effect lowers the pollution of the world; fewer people equals less pollution. Ultimately, that is the only way to reduce global pollution. No global governmental policy is going to make an impact on these problems in any real measurable way.
Environmentalism’s ultimate goal is to preserve the environment over human life. The Alt-Right can meet them halfway; let’s reduce the third world’s addiction to first world aid thereby reducing their population, thus reducing resource consumption and pollution. At the present time, the climate change zealots are freaking out over CO2 levels. This is a symptom of a greater issue. We as a species have over consumed the planet’s resources. The way to change this isn’t fixating on the minute details but to look globally. The populations that cause the most harm and don’t care about it are third world countries. Let’s roll back our aid to them and stop their growth in order to improve the health of the planet.
Realistically, most people in the Alt-Right have their own personal views on climate change and whether or not it is man-made. Personal beliefs on whether or not climate change is anthropogenic do not matter since Alt-Right policies would be positive for the environment. In this way the Alt-Right has appealed to more people. The Alt-Right can be green without sacrificing any of its deepest loyalties to race. Race has an impact on the environment and we should point it out.
In the United States, Mexican drug cartels set up growing operations in our national parks. This ends up ruining the local flora and fauna that the park is supposed to protect. Through nationalism, we protect our national parks from this type of behavior by disallowing invasion from the undeveloped world. Ultimately, the underdeveloped world and its people are the way they are because of their inability to use the land efficiently. By refusing to take these people in we encourage them to cherish their land, water, and the air they breathe. Shouldn’t this be the goal for the green movement? I believe the Alt-Right should push them there.
The land that whites, and any people really, inhabit is deeply connected to them. The European continent gave whites their features and in turn, whites shaped the land into architectural design. The same with the North American continent, whites came and used the land for sustenance and shelter. The land was thereby transformed into towns and cities. This interconnectedness is why the Alt-Right should defend green principles. Not because it will cause rising sea levels, but because our lands helped shape us. Europe and North America are white man’s land. That sense of pride is what will push for a more caring approach to Environmentalism. We can show the world what it means to be green.