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Is Southern Nationalism the same thing as White Nationalism?
The short answer is yes and no.
This vexing topic is rarely if ever addressed, and the Southern cause is consequently reduced to a myopic, quaint subsidiary of a larger quest for a White ethnostate. Many racially conscious young Southrons, most of whom embrace their Southern identity, reflexively refer to themselves as White Nationalists. This is at least partially because they see their own Southern identity as lesser than and subordinate to their White identity. If Southern Nationalism is ever to capture a critical mass of these young men, the already racially awakened, then it is incumbent upon us to explain why, far from being a narrow, curious sect of White Nationalism, Southern Nationalism is an entirely different beast.
In the first place, we must acknowledge that the South is White.
When we speak of the South, we speak of the White South.
This is not debatable. It is simply a fact, one which is so self-evident that it is often taken for granted. In this respect, it can unequivocally be stated that Southern Nationalism is necessarily White Nationalism, but that White Nationalism is not necessarily—and is indeed often directly at odds with—Southern Nationalism.
We are White and proud of it, but our racial identity does not, in and of itself, provide us with the nourishing fire which impels us forward. Our racial identity is a component of our primary, Southern, identity.
LYSENKOISM WAS A Soviet pseudoscientific theory of genetics and agriculture that was promoted by Trofim Lysenko, a Soviet Jew agronomist, in the mid-20th century. Lysenkoism denied the established science of genetics and evolutionary biology and proposed a theory of heredity predicated on Jean-Baptiste Lamarck’s fatuous hypothesis of acquired characteristics.
Lysenko claimed that characteristics acquired by an organism during its lifetime could be passed on to its progeny, contrary to the well-established principle of genetics that only genetic information can be inherited. He also claimed that plants and animals could be trained to adapt to different environments and that this adaptation could be passed on to future generations.
Lysenkoism was supported by the Soviet government, which saw it as a way to promote Soviet-style socialism in agriculture, and Lysenko’s ideas were adopted as official state policy in the Soviet Union in the 1940s. Scientists who opposed Lysenko’s ideas were persecuted…
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