Attack the System
Keith Preston Interviews Craig Fitzgerald"/>
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Attack the System
Keith Preston Interviews Craig Fitzgerald

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Craig Fitzgerald is one of the founders of the National Anarchist Tribal Alliance of New York.

Topics discussed:

  • Why nationalists aught to consider National Anarchism.
  • Chris’ progression from Left-wing Anarchism to National Anarchism
  • The degree to which the State can actually be abolished in a viable society
  • The degree to which National Anarchism can accomodate those who believe in a State but oppose the current State.
  • Agorism and shadow economies
  • Institutions local communities can form
  • Homesteading and self-sufficiency
  • The pervasiveness of instant gratification
  • Is National Anarchism against technology and urban societies?
  • National Anarchism and cultural preservation
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5 Comments

  1. uh
    Posted October 3, 2012 at 1:40 pm | Permalink

    Well, I like this guy. Doing what I want to do. Next time talk more about homesteading, not all this theory stuff. I’d like to know what you’re raising, on how much land, and where you’re selling product.

    Had to look up ‘Agorism’ — anarchist jive from some cat named Sam Konkin. Check this out though:

    “Political theorist Ulrike Heider criticized Konkin in her book Anarchism: Left, Right, and Green for supporting historical revisionism. Konkin personally rejected Holocaust denial, but supported the Institute for Historical Review on the grounds that their freedom of speech was under attack.[5]”

    I like libertarians — commitment to the principle of liberty forces them into these counter-semitic opinions every time.

  2. AtlantisRed
    Posted October 3, 2012 at 1:50 pm | Permalink

    Here are some other interviews with Craig – http://www.national-anarchist.net/search/label/Craig%20Fitzgerald

  3. Posted October 4, 2012 at 6:49 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the kind words and advice. I didn’t know Konkin defended the Institute of Historical Review, any libertarian or anarchist who doesn’t defend “holocaust” revisionists right to free speech/press or association is a hypocrite. Sorry if I drew some blanks towards the end but I will be back on with my wife and we will elaborate on our homesteading and agorist pursuits. One of my political activities is exposing the holohoax, and other lies like the official 911 story.

    To clarify since Counter Currents made some mistakes in the above description. I didn’t say I came from the “left” only that my first experiences in the anarchist movement (mostly left) turned me off to most forms of anarchism until I found NA and ATS/ARV.

    Most of my activist work outside NATA has been in the patriot/militia movements working with WeAreChangeNYC, the John Birch Society, Young Americans for Liberty and the Ron Paul campaign of 08, as well as anti globalization and anti Zionist causes. I have spent a good amount of time trying to bridge gaps between the “left and right”, this makes sense since my mom is a old hippy and my father was a militia commander. I never saw myself as part of the “left” but I definitely identified as”right-wing” since my teens. Although in more recent years I believe we must transcend this false left right dialectic, or redefine it.

  4. Posted October 4, 2012 at 6:55 pm | Permalink

    I remember sitting on my fathers lap looking at the Spotlight Newspaper as a kid and I am a subscriber and avid reader of both the American Free Press and The Barnes Review.

  5. Deviance
    Posted October 6, 2012 at 11:41 pm | Permalink

    Very interesting, thank you all.

    To Craig -> There’s really no shame in coming from the “left”. In fact, I think that every man must first have been an idealist (and therefore a leftist) to prove that he as a soul.

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