Posted on February 13, 2015

Letter from an Alabama Prison

Anonymous, American Renaissance, February 13, 2015

Editor’s note: This is a letter we received from a reader who is in prison.

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

On what do we agree? It would seem a simple question; yet, we are unable to find accord. Recently I read an article published by the Southern Poverty Law Center. As we all know it is helpful to know the enemy’s thoughts. What caught my attention was another article jumping for joy about discord among us. They publish this trash every time we attack one another. These traitors take pride in forming wedges between us and cheering when we form them ourselves.

I ask only that you read this letter in its entirety as we return to my original question. The answer I came up with is that we all agree that people of European heritage are threatened with extinction by various forces within and without. We agree that as a bio-cultural folk we have the duty to fight for our survival. We believe we have to demand an enclosure for our people not bound by multicultural false reasoning. Most importantly, we believe that all our differences will be irrelevant if our people cease to exist.

This is why I implore all aware Europeans to put aside that which divides us and find solidarity in facing the enemies that would destroy us all. We are of many nations, faiths, and cultures, but all are threatened. If you stand for blood, land, and heritage, we are one front. Shall the Heathen and Christian pass away divided or thrive side by side? Will we turn our backs on the thriving National Front of France because they have sided with some homosexuals? Are Identitarianism and nationalism to seek each other’s destruction? Can our women and men not honor each other’s strengths? Do we prefer the rule of the outsider or shall we recognize the greatness of all European peoples?

No more fratricidal war. No more petty differences that only embolden our opponents. What does it matter if we are democrat, monarchist, fascist, or imperialist if we are no more? Old right, new right, old world, new world, old debates, or new determination. We are rising around the world and the feeble dreams of our enemies are fading before our light. Let us not repeat history and fight ourselves for our opponent’s victory.

You may ask who I am and on what authority I speak? In answer, I am a man in a world where we are not the majority. Mine is a world where every day Europeans are attacked for the color of their skin. Here we each stand alone, if we stand at all. I am a prisoner in Alabama and I struggle to survive in a multicultural nightmare. Division is the name of our greatest enemy in this place. The other peoples here also have their differences. However, they have no problem joining together to assault the “white boys.”

In Troth,

Name withheld