N. Jones: Contra-Costa County Butternut

What is our associative philosophy? Here is the NorCal Council’s statement of principals. We are developing a platform organically linked to the California conventions 1850-1875.

State Rights: The States existed prior to the U.S. Government. Any power which is NOT enumerated in the US Constitution is reserved and remains with the States. A true federal system of government allows sovereignty within the respective states of the Union. We have seen a constant diminishing of State powers over the last century. Furthermore, states possess the right to interpose federal law when such is deemed unconstitutional. A return to State rights is the best format for ethnic preservation and public liberty for those who value it.

County Activism: We want political power decentralized, leaving the  County and municipality as normal spheres of government. Patriots need to be involved in city politics, schools, and neighborhood associations not only to reclaim their living space but build momentum with local campaigns that counteract political correct agendas. We don’t want people to view themselves as ‘world citizens’, but citizens of their family, town, county, and state–i.e., a politics that is personal and immanent rather than removed, abstract, and spectacular.

Civil Religion: America was intended to remain a Christian nation. As the CofCC platform says, “Its government and public leaders at all levels must reflect Christian belief and values” (article 1). From a similar (non-CofCC) document (termed the White Book) Christianity is fundamental its government, “We magnify the Bible– as the basis of our Constitution, the foundation of our government, the source of our laws, the sheet-anchor of our liberties, the most practical guide of right living, and the source of all true wisdom.” (p. 23) Yet, we believe in freedom for every religious denomination, ‘provided they do not threaten the existence nor offend the moral feelings of the white Americans’. So, the same white book says, “Liberty in matters of religious faith and practice is the American citizen’s right and privilege… But this principle [of liberty ] does not mean that any church or organization is free to teach doctrines that will unfit any citizen for the loyal performance of his duties to the Republic, or which will strike at the foundation principles of our institutions.” (p. 81)

Free Soil: Early Californians believed Western territories should be ‘white man’ states. Opposition to slavery was predicated upon keeping the both free and enslaved Negros out of California. What is a nation? In his 2006 book, State of Emergency– after quoting Gen. 10:32 and noting the British origins of America– Patrick Buchanan defines a nation as possessing a distinct racial and ethnic core by which other people assimilate, “Language, faith, culture, and history– and, yes, birth, blood, and soil— produce a people, not ideology” (p. 162).

Social and economic transformations are rapidly globalizing America. White Americans have every right to maintain our majority status and keep our religious faith within the same lands our Fathers settled. The scripture says, “Every man of the children of Israel shall pitch by his own standard, with the ensign of their father’s house: around the Congregation of the Tabernacle they shall pitch” (Num. 2:2). So, White Americans have pitched their ensign in the land the Lord has given him, and this ought be kept.

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