From an Interview with Gianluca Iannone
Robert Steuckers circulated me today with his Euro-Synergies URL to a short interview for Alternative Right with Gianluca Iannone of the Italian culturist organisation CasaPound. The interviewer is the Tokyo-based Colin Liddell. The two longest and most interesting answers given by Iannone are repeated here.
Founded in 2003, CasaPound is doing successfully what some in British nationalism consider to be essential at this time of nationalist disintegration. Iannone explains:
Obviously, Casapound Italia is a formula specific to the current evolution of race-loyal, anti-liberal politics in Italy. It demonstrates, however, that in principle there are viable alternatives to party politics. For his part, Iannone evidently regards politics as a wrong turn.
All that said, there is a caveat. At best, Culturism is utilitarian. It is not a revolutionary programme but a smoothing of the way for serious anti-liberal, anti-globalist activism. It necessarily operates within the existing terms of public discourse. It has no spine of its own. It has to reach out. It has to look and sound like its constituency. Therefore, those who make their contribution through it must guard assiduously against accommodationism and the resultant loss of racial focus.
In a massively propagandised macro-environment like ours, Culturism only makes sense if there is a separate but complementary effort to redefine - and racialise - the terms of debate. Then it has something to feed off, something to propagandise in return.
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