As is one of our goals as a group, we aim to encourage people, as individuals, into becoming more self-reliant and sustainably-minded for the sake of their people and country and therefore themselves. With the ramping up of the virus that has swept out of China to large swathes of the world, one need not be particularly precocious in order to comprehend what is required for a country to not only easily pull through such a time, but to completely avoid it arriving on one’s shores in the first place. The removal of globalist dogma and practices from each of our spirits, minds and lives is essential to our survival.
The same system that brought you all those unnecessary consumer items brought you the virus that is likely to cause serious harm or kill those youngest and oldest of us. China, along with other such hellscapes, has given New Zealanders and other Europeans the gift of COVID-19, but for what? For the mass-produced garbage that fills those shopping malls that we all hate? The boosts to the economy that prop up cafes for yuppies to drink lattes and swan around wearing their fast fashion in? These things, which represent the worst tradeoff possible, are not worth the health of our people. This clear and distinct correlation between the global movement of people and products with a deadly virus that is foreign to us propounds the notion that globalism is a failure. Placing one’s material wants over the general wellbeing of one’s nation is the height of egoism and represents the worst element of the times in which we live. That is because the vast majority of degenerative attitudes stem from the idea that the individual—and not the group—is paramount, and it is this perspective on the world that is not only encouraged but required by contemporary, globalist society: The malignancy of modernity.
Had it not been for the likes of consumerist jet-setters and migration from far-off places, the virus would likely have not reached New Zealand’s shores at all. As we have seen in recent days even a government as weak-willed as New Zealand’s is capable of closing its borders to foreigners if it deems it necessary. What must change, then, is the attitude that stopped the closure from occurring prior to the virus making its way into the country. The attitude that places the tourism industry, international trade and (deluded) multicultural hedonism before the wellbeing of a nation is one which is not fit to rule a people. This attitude is hardly surprising given that this abomination of an experiment referred to as multiculturalism has plagued us for so long its propaganda has seeped into the minds of our people and encouraged them to believe that it is a positive force. As anyone of us can observe, the only things holding the country together are fake smiles the ever-pervasive worship of money. If instead, New Zealand had a government which produced encouragement for its people to act in the interests of communities rather than individuals, and in both self-respect and self-reliance rather than narcissism and overconsumption, then we would become stronger and more capable as a nation of right-thinking people.
New Zealanders–and we aren’t referring to the foreign masses that make up the majority of Auckland City here–could, as we have previously, act in our own best interests and produce those things which are necessary for our survival from the lands in which we cultivated. Communities dealing with the families within them; the nation’s communities coming together to maintain that which is best for the entire group. This notion, however, is not feasible in a country which panders to foreign money, international trade and the pocket money of foreigners who choose to take jets and come to our land. As we can all see from the drastic decline in travel in recent months, everyone can survive without those habits that the globalists rely on us, the people, to partake in. With that understood, each and every one of us as a result of this shakeup can see more clearly what we are capable of achieving as a nation; a nation which can take action and chooses to become the self-reliant force of nature that we know we can become.
The first step to removing this previously-mentioned malignancy of modern, globalist attitudes is the recognition of its existence and also what it is capable of doing to us as a group. We can all see what these attitudes can do to us in the form of a virus, through unsustainable resource management or the importation of criminals. Whether it was COVID-19 or another issue or idea that found you staring reality in the face as we headed deeper into the depraved, consumerist void, know that you must act in order to see us overcome our material chains. With recognition comes thought, but the thought is not enough. Each and every one of us is destined to play a role in the future of our people. If the spirit of our people is to travel beyond the material and toward the sun, forever moving forward, we must face our demons, face our struggles, and take action.