The following is an interview between Billy Roper and Brett Stevens, a long-time patriotic activist and writer, whose work appears often on the Amerika.org website.
Billy: You are a well-known author for the Amerika.org website.
Please tell our readers a bit about Amerika.org, and how you began your writing career.
Brett: I hope to be world-famous someday, but not so much for me; what I write is realistic and informative, at least to the best level I can achieve, and this is useful for humanity and white people. I started out in the 1980s sysoping BBSes. At that time, the main form of information — ignored and feared by the mainstream — was text files, which were short by today’s standards but long, up to about 40K, back then. I wrote on radical realism, which I call “nihilism” because it denies human intent and feelings, and heavy metal. As the web dawned, I transferred to writing online. From the early through the late 1990s, I wrote for the American Nihilist Underground Society, but branched out after that to CORRUPT, a pan-nationalist organization, the Libertarian National Socialist Green Party (LNSG), a post National Socialist nationalist organization, and finally America in about 2004 or so. During this time, I found that my writing went against the mainstream and was unpopular, but attracted those who felt the mainstream and often underground narratives were incomplete and wanted a more detailed, precise, and philosophically-consistent outlook. Since my background was in literature and philosophy, I rose to the occasion, and have been steadily improving since. At this point, I write for Amerika.org, which has a few thousand people show up daily to read the essays by myself and other writers about the failure of modernity.
Billy: In the past, you’ve worked with a lot of other leaders of our
people. Which of them would you consider most influential to
Brett: Most of my influences are on paper. There, I would list Fred Nietzsche, Arthur Schopenhauer, Immanuel Kant, Johannes Eckhart, Plato from philosophy as my guides. Many in literature were influential as well, notably Mary Shelley, Homer, Jane Austen, William Faulkner and whoever wrote Beowulf. From the postmodern era, I appreciate Don Delillo, William S. Burroughs, and Thomas Pynchon. But as far as real life people, I would name William Pierce, yourself, Jared Taylor, Richard Spencer, Colin Liddell and Andy Nowicki of Alternative Right, and Daniel Friberg and John Morgan at RightOn as the most influential.
I see all of us as following the same direction via different paths, and I predict we will converge not diverge in the coming year.
Billy: It’s very generous of you to include me in that august company. Now, As a person of faith, you’ve written before about the role of belief in our mind-set as a people. Please share with us your personal story, your testimony, if you will, about the evolution of your spiritual values.
Brett: I am really glad someone finally asked this question! For me, the path began with nihilism: the rejection of all except what was apparent in the world. I have always distrusted human perception because it fits the data in the world to what is convenient for the human mind. This sounds like misanthropy, but it is not, rather a call for quality control and self-discipline. After years of contemplating nihilism, I was fortunate to spend a large amount of time in the wilderness, and here, I found that reality was based in patterns not material. From that, it became obvious that some force animates the universe toward a purpose of excellence; without this, we might have sparrows, but not hummingbirds and eagles. At that point, I began to pursue the spiritual and esoteric path indicated by Plato and discovered that metaphysics was not just conjecture but alive among us, and that in fact, realism could not exist without a transcendental understanding that over time points toward a divine origin and purpose to reality.
This is not a path easily taken, and I see most who resist it as not enemies, but initiates at an earlier level. To them, I encourage radical realism, because in my experience, spirituality emerges from it. In my view, the physical world exists within the divine, not as opposition to it as in the philosophy of dualism — the idea that there is a perfect heaven in opposition to a bad or at least broken
physical world — and so the path to faith is to be found in
understanding the patterns of reality, and realizing that a metaphysical world exists in parallel to physical reality and acts by the same rules, which are highly efficient and guide us toward excellence. I expound on this in my hopefully-forthcoming book “Parallelism.”
Billy: What do you see as being the most likely future for our people in America?
Brett: Great question. My answer starts with your concept of balkanization, and extends into realpolitik. Obviously, diversity and liberal democracy have failed; people are looking for stability after seventy years of Soviet-style Leftist terror. In the short term, people will retreat into their tribes. They will become nepotistic at work,
promoting only those from their group. In social organization, they will follow the homily “birds of a feather will flock together,” and will try to live amongst each other. The Leftist state is in full panic from this development, and true to the Leftist form, will not cease its efforts to combine them. This will provoke either a political upset or a civil war, or both, in which ultimately it will become clear that either one group rules America, or America will fall. At this point, European-descended Americans will unite and will cut out Civil Rights law, affirmative action, HUD, welfare, and other
equality programs, which will drive the Other from amongst us. My personal preference is to remove the guaranteed benefits and jobs, and simultaneously offer repatriation with reparations, causing a gentle separation where no one feels wronged except the unreasonable, and those will be dealt with using more traditional law and order methods. This is the only path for survival of America and its people, so will come about despite the hand-wringing and neurosis of those who
consider themselves our elites.
Billy: What should Americans of European descent be doing, now, for themselves and for our people?
Brett: The biggest battle is for clarity in our minds. Focus on what you want: a civilization of people like yourselves, but rising above the heights of the ancient. We want excellence. That means the best of social order, art, literature, philosophy and science. It means all of us working in the same direction. It means work we do not resent, and reward to the good corresponding to punishment (exile) to the bad. It means that we want to be great again, not just in the Donald Trump sense, but in the gauge of history. With that in mind, we can begin to
act. This requires building local community, and leading by example such that our ideals are adopted by others. That can be as simple as working with your local church, government, schools, businesses and social group to improve your community by applying Right-wing principles. In a broader sense, we need to network, so that people are reading the sane information out there and understanding the issues as a realist would see them, instead of the social world of appearance — a consensual hallucination brought on by civilization without purpose
— of the media and the herd. There are 2-5% of our people who are natural leaders, and we need to reach those and unite them on some basic principles, starting with realism. From that, all good things flow!
Read more of Brett Stevens’ ideas at Amerika.org, and if you’re on Reddit, check out the New_Right SubReddit.
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