The team that evolved into the Amerika writing group started out in the late 1980s writing about nihilism. This was a rejection the shaping of our knowledge by human mental convenience, and a cry for reality-based radical skepticism of “truths” shared by the herd.
Since that time, we have scooped every other source on several points of importance for all future rightists:
The texts linked in this post are from the 2000s and 2010s but reflect writing from the late 1980s through early 1990s which, originally posted to long-gone web servers and USENET, has been steadily edited toward greater accuracy.
As we approach nearly three decades down this path, our writers want to remind you: You Heard It Here First. We are ignored by many of the larger publications on the Right, as well as by all the Left, because we do not dumb down what we write, nor do we provide easy scapegoats and the type of emotional drama found on blogs. But most of all, we are feared, because our nuanced answers have more duration than the appeals to feelings that make most writing inaccurate.
The time that is coming will be decided by a single question. We either choose to lift our spirits toward goodness and excellence, and by so doing, restore Western Civilization, or we follow many other failed societies down a path from which there is no recovery. It ends in a grey race, without culture or philosophy, obedient to a few cruel leaders who manipulate it as its people stagnate and reverse their evolutionary path, ending up as hominids standing among ancient ruins whose meaning is long forgotten.
Tags: amerika, retrospective