Harvard University are printing a book on globalisation to be published in 2009 and ask for the BNP's views on globalisation, so I sent them this response ;
A) The BNP regard the struggle against Globalism as the defining conflict of the 21st Century. The struggle for the survival of indigenous peoples, cultures and nation states against the behemoth of globalism (and its lackeys Consumerism and Political Correctness) is the struggle for the survival of all human, cultural, environmental and biological diversity. The victory of Globalism would represent the transformation of the planet, the global environment, all living things and all human beings into economic abstractions, to be used, exploited and destroyed simply in pursuit of profits and the illusion of progress.
Globalism is in fact International Corporate Fascism, where global corporations are set free around the planet to invade, rape and pillage all the nations of the world and strip them of all their natural resources in order to profit simply the corporations and the corrupt elites the corporations appoint and enrich in those nation states.
Whilst the puppet politicians and businessmen who are controlled by the global corporations in every nation of the planet are bribed and rewarded into becoming willing whores of the global corporations, the average person is robbed of their country, culture, identity, history, environment, natural resources and their ancestral identity and is given Coca Cola, burgers, cancer, depression and a slow death as their reward.
Globalism represents the triumph of Consumerism in the Private Sphere and the replacement of individualism with brand fascism, and the imposition of Political Correctness in the Public Sphere and the removal of our ancestral rights, liberties and culture. It represents the worst of all possible worlds, one where human beings are forced to abandon their individual identities, national identies and ancestral rights and liberties and become atomised consumers connected to each other only by the economic nexus.
It is a state of living death, where individuals are no longer individuals, instead they are conditioned by the media into perpetualy wanting 'false needs' and whose unhappy existence is sustained solely by drugs for depression due to anomie and ennui. The reason why so many people in advanced Western nations suffer from so much depression, drug addiction, acoholism and family breakdowns is because of the destruction of all natural forms of existence. The artificial existence of Consumerism is a toxic lifestyle.
2) Capitalism has become Consumerism, but both Capitalism and Consumerism are dependent upon cheap oil. Capitalism, and all forms of advanced modern economics and all forms of advanced modern social organisations depend upon cheap oil. This dependence has led us into the Iraq War and alliances with fundamentalist Middle Eastern regimes, and has thereby comprised our National Security and Energy Security.
Capitalism and Consumerism do not live within the natural limits of the planets environment, they are insane and vampiric in that they destroy what belongs to future generations so that criminals may get rich today. What they steal from tomorrow, they steal from the mouths of our future descendants.
The earth is a closed system with finite resources and Man must live within sustainable environmental limits if the planet, and humanity, are to survive. All economic systems that do not live within the sustainable limits of the national and global environment must be replaced by Eco-Nationalist ideologies based on Bio-Regionalism and sustainable environmental development. Capitalism must either go Green or be smashed.
Peak Oil will destroy Consumerism, but the question is will it also destroy the planet and Man. Only by creating sustainable economic systems and a Green Renewable Energy System to replace our dependence on oil will mankind survive the next century.
Eco-Nationalism is the new nationalism that states in line with Malthus that the wars, imperialism and expansionist economics of previous historical nationalist ideologies occured only because those nations and their populations lived beyond their national environmental carrying capacities. This then forced them to seek new living space, new resources and new markets to expand into in order to sustain their growing populations and the demands for higher living standards from those new populations.
Eco-Nationalism states that the duty of a eco-nationalist government is to limit population numbers, end immigration, preserve the national environment, preserve indigenous cultures and traditions and control economic development to ensure they all exist within sustainable limits.
3) The anti-Globalisation movement has been hijacked by the Far Left and as such has abandoned any sense or logic for ideological nonsense. The only solution to globalisation is Eco-Nationalisation. The Far Left want to replace global capitalism with global socialism. That is like changing the bullets in a gun from explosive bullets to dum dum bullets. The end result is still the same nasty mess when you pull the trigger.
The struggle against globalisation has to be at the level of local peoples, local cultures and nation states. Only by each of erecting our own barriers and organising our own national resistance movements against the process of globalisation, can we each cease the progression of the disease. Each of us must develop our own natural immunity to the process, as any mass ideological innoculation will merely replace the disease of globalism with another mutated variant of the same disease.
The solution is natural, organic resistance in every nation to the process and not the replacement of one international ideology with another international ideology.
That means the struggle against globalisation must be Eco-Nationalist,
If the anti-globalisation movement either respected or realised that the only solution to the spread of globalisation is Green Nationalism, or Eco-Nationalism as it is otherwise known, then the process of resisting globalisation would be a lot further advanced.
Whilst they wave their Red Flags of the old Communist empire at anti-globalisation demonstrations and talk about creating an international socialist state, then all they are doing is empowering the global corporations and the media machinery they own and use to discredit the anti-globalisation movement.