One of the defining aspects of our generation as a whole is the internet. Without understanding it, it is impossible to understand us. For the first time in history, each of us has easy, instant contact with one another. This unprecedented interconnectedness has allowed us to find and share ideas, experiences, goods, news, fake news, and opinions with people across the planet. Critically, it has also let us see the results of ruinous policies pursued in foreign countries – policies which our own politicians and media powers seemingly inexplicably pursue regardless of the proven damage they cause.
For all of its advantages, this has been a double-edged sword. Our societies have lost touch with their roots. Fast-paced global consumer culture, amplified by the internet, encourages us to abandon what makes us unique, and instead conform to the liberal-consumerist monoculture.
The internet also gives tremendous inertia to current political orthodoxies, reinforcing the politically-correct cultural hegemony, making it extremely difficult for any constructive counter-culture to emerge.
Dissidents in Britain can be doxxed by Israeli activists.
Business-owners can be denied online payment-processors like Paypal by international mobs of their political opponents pressuring the services to withhold their services.
Manpower for cultural and political movements can be rallied across the globe – but only those supported by online platforms; truly dissident grass-roots campaigns are routinely suppressed by Google, Twitter, and Facebook. Their efforts are desperate, heavy-handed, and futile.
Nevertheless, this state of affairs advances the globalist project: to sculpt the world into a teeming mass of deracinated 'global citizens', with all of us sharing a single, simple, lowest-common-denominator consumerist culture, ruled by a tiny global elite.
This aggressive dilution and destruction of our national identities provokes resistance from nationalists of all flags. The struggle of our people against the modern world is taking place all over the planet. Each of our countries is a battleground in this culture-war.
We share this fight, and only together can we win it. The advent of the internet has globalised and intensified our struggle. Empowered by the internet, new nationalist initiatives network with each other across the planet, sharing ideas, strategies, and community with each other. International support makes us all more effective and determined.
Identity Australia is one such group to whom the Dominion Movement has fostered close ties. Like us, they are a new movement of young men who are proud of their ethnic heritage, and are focused on self-improvement and activism. We face many common challenges:
Chinese economic imperialism
Desecration and erasure of our histories
Ethnic criminal gangs
And together we aim to overcome them. Following a visit from a Dominion rep to Identity Australia, we’ve become closer than ever. In the spirit of brotherhood and in honour of our ANZAC tradition, we are proud to work together with our brothers at Identity Australia.