1.) The right to maintain our traditional majorities in our own lands, control our own sovereignty and our own self-determination. We do not wish harm or ill-feeling toward any other peoples on earth, but we assert the right to maintain our own majorities in our own lands without being accused of “racism.” We reject current trends which preach that we have no right to oppose, control or lessen unlimited immigration from non-indigenous cultures.
2.) The right to teach our children our cultures, languages, historical
interpretations, religious celebrations and traditions unimpeded. We
reject educational trends which encourage our children to forget or
despise their culture, traditions, religious practices and history in
order to avoid offense to non-indigenous European residents or citizens.
3.) The right to maintain, cherish and practice our own indigenous
religious holidays and celebrations. We reject out of hand current
trends which preach that traditional indigenous European religious or
cultural celebrations such as Christmas are somehow “racist” or
“non-inclusive” and therefore must be “downgraded,” “renamed” or
otherwise DE-emphasized or eliminated in order to avoid offending
non-indigenous European residents or citizens. We reject current
policies which establish that our indigenous cultures are somehow
deficient and therefore are not complete until they are “enriched” by
other, non-indigenous cultures.
4.) The right to maintain, cherish and display our own indigenous
religious, national, ethnic and cultural symbols. We reject out of hand
current trends or policies which preach that our national flags or
ethnic symbols of centuries standing are somehow “racist” or
“non-inclusive” in order to avoid offense to non-indigenous European
residents or citizens.
5.) The right to maintain, cherish, protect and display our own
indigenous cultural expressions such as music, artwork and sculptures.
We reject out of hand current trends or policies which preach that
indigenous European cultural expressions such as statues of boars,
folkloric tales about pigs or dogs, paintings with Christian or
Classical pagan themes, war memorials with a Christian theme, etc.,
should be removed from public view, banned, destroyed, modified or
otherwise threatened in order to avoid offense to non-indigenous
European residents or citizens.
6.) The right to maintain, cherish and protect indigenous burial sites,
structures, buildings, churches, museums and other public works and
structures from destruction, modification or other changes. We reject
out of hand current trends or policies which establish that indigenous
public works and structures must be changed or modified to avoid offense
to non-indigenous European residents or citizens, or to “make way” for
structures or public works that benefit non-European residents or
citizens (i.e. digging up indigenous graves that are centuries old in
order to “make room” for non-indigenous cemeteries, removing external
Christian symbols and statues from churches, etc.)