Those seeking to "conserve" institutions and values under attack by Communists, hippies, "black-power," homosexuals and drug-abusers, especially in regard to opposing "civil-rights" bills and rioters. A term popularized during the Sixties and Seventies. The most notable proponent was Ronald Reagan.
The conservative President strengthened our economy and lowered taxes.
One seeking to turn back to the original Constitution and resist encroachments by Negroes and big-business. A term popularized during the Civil War, particularly by farmers and those close to the soil, and epitomized by Robert E. Lee.
The Confederate fought honorably for his land and his rights.
All‑American symbol of Nationalism: First used by American infantrymen in Vietnam as an anti‑communist insignia, meaning victory: North, South, East and West. Now, the ensign is the Nationalist Crosstar Victory Battleflag for victory, unity, liberty and democracy: North, South, East and West. The ensign is a Cross and Star together, the two most powerful forces in American history.
CROSSTAR is where Americans unite for a noble purpose, to fulfill our duty and to advance our sovereignty.
The written charter of rights to which Nationalists often appeal. Reference may be to pre‑constitutional rights (such as the Declaration of Independence, “unwritten” constitution, Rights of Englishmen, Universal Rights of Man, Higher Law or God’s Law).
Our nation's constitition is the charter of The People.
Describes Nationalist tactics of confronting offensive evil and subversive elements (usually who are attacking Nationalists), particularly in the streets, but lawfully, in self-defense.
Nationalist Movement Members get confrontational with neighborhood drug dealers.
Those capable of becoming part of the American nation (also assimilables), such as Swedes, Irish or the like. Foreign visitors.
America's compatible minorities compliment our culture, our heritage and add to our society.
Always to be condemned; show Nationalist opposition to, point out our opponents’ adherence to. Communism is an afront to freedom, liberty, individualism and self-determination. Communism is the great enemy of all Americans. Communism has caused more suffering & death than any other man-made force in human history.
Communism directly threatens our freedom and our nation.
The humble, ordinary, untitled but heroic working man, who expresses himself through Nationalism, who overcomes great odds, who shoulders enormous burdens and hastens national triumph through his fortitude (also average American, ordinary American or silent majority). The very embodiment of the American People with all its values and virtues.
A common man is no stranger to work, family or national service.
What the American People and Nationalists bring to the world: law, science, technology, progress, humanity, art, music, learning, architecture, morality and industry.
Our civilization is advanced. Our civilization is threatened by invaders.
Assurance of fair and lawful administration of justice, based upon truth and right. Nationalists are both civil (acting civilly and lawfully) and right (acting for truth and justice). Not to be confused with undeserving privileges for minorities/foreigners.
Before victory was in sight, the civil rights of the white, European, founding people of America were threatened.
Communist/Marxist/Zionists give "civil rights" a bad name by falsely promoting the "civil rights" of foreigners at the expense of the American people creating false heroes such as Martin Luther King.
One who by birth and worth is a legitimate member of the American nation. Distinguished from present‑day citizen; will not include non‑American, un‑American and anti‑American elements. To be a citizen requires more than proximity.
A citizen has a nation's interest at heart.
The true uplifting of the poor and downtrodden. Nationalist purpose in its essence. To be done by free will, not through taxation. Nationalist charity is directed toward our own people.
Nationalist Movement Members assist their neighbors, and give charity to their countryman in need.