In this article, I will be taking an academic, analytic approach to the situation known as The Troubles, the period of violence in Northern Ireland in the latter half of the 20th century. I find it a valuable source of information for Nationalists to learn from, as it is one of the few examples of a widespread, sustained insurgency in the western world by western peoples and can be used to draw many parallels with what may happen in the future.

Since I’m writing for an international audience, the full details of The Troubles might not be known so I’ll give a brief overview, while I’m sure everyone knows about ‘The IRA vs The Brits‘, the situation goes back farther than that. Ireland had long been the rebellious part of the United Kingdom, and in the early 1600s King James decided to settle another troublesome group of people, the border Scots into the recently conquered Irish province of Ulster. The two peoples did not get along and there was frequent conflict between them, the focal point being the Battle of the Boyne, where the last Catholic monarch of England, James II with his largely Irish army backed by France was defeated by Prince William of Orange and Protestant supremacy in Britain, and Ireland in particular was assured afterwards. The battle remains an emotional part of the folklore of both peoples and an important part in their history.

Things mostly went along as normal (aside from a few rebellions here and there) until after the First World War, where the Irish finally launched a successful rebellion and became an independent republic in 1921. But the future issue was that 6 counties in Ulster, with a Protestant, Loyalist majority would remain part of Britain and thus the stage was set for the later conflict that we all know. Things boiled over again in the 60s when decolonization was going on and the ethnic Irish in Ulster felt that it was time the British left the island for good. The Loyalists were willing to do anything to prevent that, and the British government mostly just wanted to keep the peace. What followed was a 30 year, three-way conflict that would see 50,000 people killed and wounded before things reached a stalemate in 1998.

I’m not going to do a history of The Troubles, there’s a great many resources out there you can learn from if you’re interested (if you want something to start with, try the BBC documentary Provos Loyalists and Brits). I will be analyzing the various strategies the paramilitary/insurgent groups used, the counter-insurgency methods used by the British government and where they fucked up and where they went right. So let’s dive right in.

Claiming Territory
: Like current Islamic ‘no go‘ neighbourhoods for police and ethnic Europeans, the community boundaries of Northern Ireland were clearly marked. You know exactly whose neighbourhood you’re in at any given moment by the plethora of flags flying and countless wall murals and symbols. It’s dangerous to be in one not your own, you risked getting the shit kicked out of you if someone picked up on your accent or asked where you were from at the very least.

These communities were effectively under the control of either side’s paramilitary group, British troops or Ulster policemen did not enter Irish neighbourhoods without a serious amount of backup and a reason to go in. Once you did, you can be sure the locals were going to be putting up a racket to alert the IRA to your presence (usually by banging metal garbage lids on the concrete) and a mob would start forming to pelt you with garbage and rocks.

What we can learn from this is that while Muslims have already established something similar to their own, perhaps in the near future, it’s highly probable that European Nationalists may establish ‘no go‘ neighbourhoods for migrants. A few flags, graffiti on walls and the occasional bashing of the stray paki that wanders in will mark this territory as their own and draw the future battle lines clearly.

Drawing the Public In
: I can already hear the groans about trying to mobilize the clueless masses, it’s been tried countless times but nothing yet has seemed to get them off their asses and their faces out of the electric Jew. The Muslims will, I have no doubt about that. If they are provoked (pray for a German Breivik), they will most assuredly start to attack with more frequency and intensity. This is what we want, in Northern Ireland you were born into a side in an active war, there were no bystanders, no non-combatants and you’d be reminded of that if you decided to try and act otherwise by a knife in the ribs or a few boots in your spine.

People will bitch and moan about ‘heinous acts‘ from their own side as long as they feel they’re in peace and comfort. The communities in Northern Ireland honored the fighters on their side regardless of what they did, I’m reminded of the incident with Michael Stone, a loyalist who ambushed a funeral for three IRA members killed by the SAS and lobbed a few frag grenades into the crowd of mourners before fending off the mob with a pair of pistols. He’s a hero to the Ulster Loyalists while most people would decry him as a heartless terrorist nowadays. Get the situation tense enough and nationalists will be able to act with much greater freedom than before. This leads into my next point.

Never Let Things Cool Off
: There were obviously ebbs and flows of combat during the troubles, it lasted decades after all. However, whenever things started to die down a bit, you can be sure some side would wind up doing something to provoke the other and kick-start the cycle of violence once more. In 1972, there was a particular incident ‘Bloody Sunday‘, the year before had seen the biggest escalation so far. There were riots over a newly introduced policy of internment for IRA suspects, relations between the Irish community and British army (who were surprisingly welcomed at first) deteriorated as several soldiers and civilians had been killed in the riots. It was a tense time but it was more than possible to weather the storm and let the new reality sink in.

The Troubles might have ended by the end of that decade were it not for the poor discipline of the British Army’s Paratroopers, who in a moment of panic and confusion when confronted with an angry mob, and in full view of the press, opened fire on the crowd, shooting close to 30 people and killing half of them. This had an absolutely explosive effect as you can imagine, support and recruitment for the IRA surged and the incident can be credited for turning the IRA into the formidable guerrilla movement it’s known as today. The IRA was on the path to extinction and would have likely faded if not for the trigger-happiness of some British paras. Each side in this coming fight will have a long list of incidents to avenge, and it will be added to frequently.

: Collusion between elements of the British Army and Intelligence services with the Loyalist paramilitaries (who they were officially opposed to) remained a strong sore point for the Republican/IRA cause. Much of the info is still classified but there is still quite a bit of evidence of collusion between the two groups. We can possibly expect something similar in the coming years, rogue elements of system’s armed wings coming to us with information and assistance. Like in Northern Ireland, I imagine some agents/military men will ultimately view the Islamists as the ‘real enemy’ and the nationalists as simply reacting to Muslim provocation, who should fade away once the Islamist threat is dealt with and things will be able to return to democratic normalcy.

Obviously however, we should be extremely cautious about affiliating or being in contact with such personnel as we’d have no way of knowing whether if they were a genuine sympathizer or an infiltrator out to collect intelligence on us. The government today is far less sympathetic than the British government was to the Ulster Loyalists during that era. Still, there exists the possibility that there will be collaboration between Nationalist groups and rogue elements on the system’s military/intelligence services fed up with the limp-wristedness of how their government in prosecuting the war against the Islamists.

: We should all be aware of the danger that infiltrator’s, spies and snitches pose to any nationalist movement, especially once things escalate to the point of violence. Intelligence operations in Northern Ireland were extensive; there were major campaigns involving electronic monitoring, recruiting double agents, and elaborate evidence gathering campaigns. There were several strings of mass arrests involving the IRA that crippled their operations for a time. Even the slightest suspicion that you were involved with it was cause to grab you and ship you off to an internment camp.

The lessons to learn from this are thus; limit information to those that are absolutely trusted and are completely committed to the cause with no possible weaknesses such as finances or family, operate in a cell structure so that if one unit goes down, it minimizes the impact on the organization as a whole and finally, go to the ends of the earth to punish known traitors to serve as an example to others. The IRA made it known that if you turned traitor, you and your loved ones would suffer a far worse fate than whatever the British state could do to you or them.

: If a war is to be fought, arms will be needed for it. While I’m sure that those in North America will have little trouble with this, those in Europe will invariably have to work much harder at it. Initially we can expect that arsenals will be made mostly from private ownership; hunting rifles and shotguns with perhaps the occasional handgun. The paramilitaries in Northern Ireland were heavily armed and acquired their weapons through a variety of means; homemade weapons (The loyalists built hundreds of Sten-like SMGs), sympathetic foreign powers (Libya for the IRA, South Africa for the Loyalists), theft from police/military stores and black market sources. It takes time and a lot of effort to build up an arsenal, but in a few years the IRA went from leftover WW2 small arms, private hunting rifles, to homemade mortars and AR15s.

They’re going to come for your guns, that much is obvious. There’s going to be no-knock raids where doors are kicked in and houses torn apart looking for stashes of firearms. There are two lessons to learn from this; acquire weapons in small, frequent amounts rather than giving the authorities the opportunity to cash in on a big arms shipment bust. The second lesson would be to take a page from the Turner Diaries with regards to caches, many small stores scattered about the place are far less damaging than a single big store if they are found and seized.

The Dangers of Splintering
: Though I’ve mostly spoken of the IRA at this point, I’d like to shine a light on their counterparts on the Loyalist side. The Loyalist Paramilitaries were in a better position to wage an effective insurgent campaign against the Irish Catholic community but struggled to seize the opportunity. They had sympathizers in both the police force, the RUC (Royal Ulster Constabulary), easily the most militarized police force Britain has ever had, the UDF (Ulster Defense Regiment, the local British army regiment) had several scandals in which arms were given over to Loyalist paramilitary groups. They had better access to equipment, arms and could be practically guaranteed that the local authorities would turn a blind eye to their activities and yet they were never as effective as the IRA was.

Why? Because there was a fucking ton of them and none of them really bigger than the other. Where the Republican Irish community certainly had its own splinter groups of the IRA, they were never nearly as influential and had to move in lock step with them to remain relevant. The Loyalist groups were constantly competing with each other for influence and membership, to the point where it boiled over into violence between them several times. The blame rests squarely on a squabbling and egotistical leadership who were more concerned with themselves being the chief rather than cooperating and having to share power. The lessons from this are that any group should have a formal means of addressing grievances, and squashing petty quarrels between it’s own members and other organizations lest it turn into a violent schism.

Rhetoric Must Match Deeds
: This has been covered before in other articles and discussions, but if we are to fight, we must abandon the victimization, moralistic reasoning and slogans that permeate the far-right at the moment (bitching about persecution, white genocide and all that nonsense). We are the wolves and we aim to destroy those who oppose us utterly, let us say so. I say this because it was ultimately the IRA’s own rhetoric and moralistic posturing that did them in. They could still be fighting today if not for the incident of the Enniskillen Bombing. For years the IRA had toed a more or less social-democrat line of complaints and justification for their actions. They were persecuted, second-class citizens, the British state was murdering them without justification, their aims were just and noble and they were the heroic good guy freedom fighters in all this etc etc.

That rhetoric blew up in the faces with the Enniskillen Bombing, it shook the organization to its core and damaged their PR beyond repair. They detonated a bomb in a crowd on a Remembrance Sunday, the annual commemoration of British war dead from WW1 and killed a great many of them. The act of killing a large number of civilians out to mourn fallen ancestors in a war that had little to do with Irish independence was viewed as a heinous and hideous betrayal of the ideals that the IRA stood for, and greatly weakened them afterwards, the incident ultimately leading to them agreeing to come to peace negotiations with the British government.

In conclusion, I hope I’ve painted a bit of a picture of what the future might hold for us. We may have a tendency to romanticize what a coming war may look based on fiction like the Turner Diaries or Hunter, however if we use The Troubles as a gauge, the future looks more gritty and cloak-and-dagger. Let us read and go into whatever we may face with full knowledge of the situation and what may appear. I’ll be around in the comment section for any questions or further discussion.

Article by Alba



Dimitrije Ljotić is an unfamiliar name outside of Serbia. Before you is the first article in a series dedicated to this man, his teachings and his work, all in chronological order beginning with his short, but comprehensive biography dealing with his background and early years. The Series will deal with his political life, his role as founder and teacher of a political movement and later armed forces in World War 2, his relation to specific people and specific events.

By the end of this series you’ll know why he was called the “Politician with the Cross“.


Dimitrije Ljotić was born in 1891 in Belgrade. Most of his life he spent in his hometown of Smederevo. His oldest known ancestors Đorđe, known as Ljota and Toma Dimitrijević came from the village of Blac, now in Greek Macedonia, in first half of 18th century. First they settled in a village of Krnjevo, close to town of Smederevo. Around 1750’s these two brothers built a wooden church in Krnjevo and dedicated it to saint George, their patron saint. At the end of 18th century, they resettled to Smederevo. According to legend, in their house the leader of the First Serbian Uprising, Đorđe Petrović Karađorđe, received the keys of Smederevo fort from the Turks. The family of Ljotić stayed loyal to the Karađorđević dynasty till the end. Dimitrije’s father, Vladimir Ljotić, had to leave Serbia in 1868, because he was wanted as conspirator against Obrenović dynasty, a rival dynasty to Karađorđević. He returned only after the abdication of of king Milan Obrenović in 1889, when first radical government of Sava Grujić was formed. Already in 1890 he was appointed as Serbian consul in Salonika. Later, Vladimir Ljotić was the president of Smederevo municipality and member of parlament. Between 1904 and 1909 he was again a consul in Salonika. He died in 1912.

As stated before, Dimitrije Ljotić was born in 1891 in Belgrade. He finished grade school in Smederevo, where he enrolled in high school. Upon relocation of his family to Salonika, Dimitrije Ljotić, barely 16 years old, graduated from the Serbian high school of Salonika, approved by the ministry of foreign affairs. In his early youth, in part because of his parents’ influence and partly because of the books he read, Dimitrije became very religious. He was thinking of becoming a priest and dropping out of faculty of law, but because of his father’s disapproval he gave up on that idea. His understanding of Christianity partially matched that of Tolstoy, in context of total refusal to defy evil. He became a vegetarian, abstainer, devoted with his whole being to the purity of Christ. He was so devoted to this path that when recruitment for the Balkan war begun, he was determined to refuse giving the military oath. Luckily for him, the time for giving the oath never came as he was underage. However, in order to express his patriotism, Dimitrije Ljotić volunteered to the medical service. During Balkan wars he worked in quarantines and healed the people infected with typhus.

In autumn of 1913. he went to Paris, where he stayed until the break of World War 1. His trip to Paris was the idea of King Peter the Ist who wanted to prepare him for diplomatic service, and education in France was a thing of prestige. In Paris, his commitment to monarchism and his rightist spirit developed more and more. He often visited the meetings of French royalists, and on one of those meetings he said: “All the more we should be monarchists, because we have our own national dynasty!

On his return to Serbia on September 1st 1914, he received a call to the army. With it, as one of 1300 corporals, he survived the Albanian Golgotha and recovered from it on island of Corfu. During the pursuit of Germans and Bulgarians through Serbia, Dimitrije was wounded on Ovčije field. After all his combat experience, Dimitrije lost the sense of pacifism he had before. After the end of the war he was appointed commander of the railway station in Bakar (between Rijeka and Zadar). His observation of Croat peasants from Bakar and Serbs in military was interesting, seeing how in first days Croats were more for Yugoslavia than the Serbs were. That changed dramatically very quickly. For that drastic change in Bakar, Ljotić blamed the Jews who through usury begun to get rich, exploiting the hunger that was present in first days of new country.

On 16th of April 1920, a railwaymen strike broke out, orchestrated by the Communist party of Yugoslavia. Their intention was to on the one hand prevent the delivery of ammunition that was intended against (((Bela Kun)))’s Hungary, and on the other hand with prevention of demobilization to instigate riots in the military among reservists. Dimitrije broke the strike in Bakar in a single day, arresting 36 railwaymen, sending them all to the authorities. He was demobilized on June 17th 1920. In Bakar he found his future wife Ivka with whom he had three children.

After demobilization he returned to Smederevo where he opened his lawyer office after he graduated in Belgrade in 1921. He joined the People’s Radical Party and soon became president of it’s youth wing. From 1926 he was considered a dissident by some circles in the party because of his deep religious stances. As a party dissident, Dimitrije Ljotić ran for parlament in 1927. In these elections he won 5614 (19,7% of) votes and it wasn’t enough for him to win a seat, while in his hometown of Smederevo the Democratic party won. This was the last time he ran as a candidate of the regime’s party. In his later political life he would deal with criticism of Yugoslavian regime and it’s work and even form his own political movement.

Today he is most remembered for his role in warn-torn Serbia during the Second World War, trying to salvage anything he could from the mistakes of his predecessors.

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Some of you may wonder about the relevance of having articles on crafts and construction projects on a fascist magazine. You may think it’s for some vague appeal to “SWPL” interests, or a plea for young people to learn trades to prepare for the future. Well, not quite.

The projects and approaches we’ll be covering here won’t be conventional stuff you could earn a living with in society; it’s all geared towards a specific end. That end is the building and upgrading of your group’s base of operations. If this sounds like an impossibly difficult project, that’s because it would be, without the approaches we’ll cover in this series. But it’s something that will have to be done by your group eventually.

If your goal is to implement the natural order in your life and your community (and eventually, in your nation), you can’t rely on the existing social structures. This is because those structures are inadequate, having been developed to support a modernist lifestyle, but also because the System’s institutions will be hostile to your goals and will deny any attempt to use it’s resources. To build anything of lasting effect, you’ll have to rely on yourself, which is to say you’ll have to develop your own resources. This means staying away from the System and building your own parallel system with your comrades.

The articles in this series will be geared towards this scenario. In other words, the emphasis will be on getting things done within the following constraints:

  • Limited or no budget
  • No expertise in difficult construction techniques
  • Can be maintained without reliance on the System
  • Can be built and operated on a very low profile (doesn’t require large machinery, doesn’t produce loud noises, is not connected to the grid, is easy to hide, etc)

The purpose of these articles are two fold. First, if you’re ready to start building infrastructure for your group, you’ll get many great suggestions and avenues for research to help you design and upgrade your structures. Second, if you don’t have a group, or never thought to build structures yourself, this series should dramatically expand your idea of what’s possible these days even with a minimal budget and no skills or experience.

We’ve already got quite a few subjects lined up for the future on these topics. Some of the things you can expect for the future are:

  • How to build solid walls using mud and straw.
  • How to make high efficiency heating systems for dirt cheap.
  • How to make water filtering systems without buying commercial components.
  • How to build hidden underground buildings without expensive equipment.
  • How to make reliable water and fuel tanks on the cheap.
  • How to power tractors and generators with firewood instead of diesel.
  • How to grow food without attracting attention.

So hang on to your hats! The Fascist Workshop is opening soon!


Exactly one month ago the whole world heard Finnish nationalists. Today you'll learn why.
Exactly one month ago the whole world heard Finnish nationalists laughing. Today you’ll learn why.

The Independence Day was always my favorite day of the year, even before I became an evil nazi, everyone’s out celebrating like it’s one big fucking birthday for the entire country. Well, it is. But the independence day 2015 just blew the previous ones out of the water, period. I am a lucky bastard, I started to become really active in the nationalist scene as we started to arrange these big torch marches in Helsinki to remember our fallen heroes. Last year’s march was a success, 200 nationalists marched through Helsinki to Hietaniemi cemetery, where our heroes in the struggle against Bolshevism are buried. There was zero red opposition, absolutely none. Considering this was the first time we did this, it couldn’t have gone smoother.

So, naturally, I was extremely stoked for the next march. The hype started months before the march. And you can guess the kind. The reds threatened they’d stop the march with force, and the mainstream news were all over it instantly. “Neo nazi march holocausting minorities on the streets of our dear capital, read now“, et cetera. The cops started gearing up as well, getting armored cars and FN 303 riot guns as this sort of thing was unprecedented here.


A few years before, our nationalist media had been very marginalized, but starting 2015, there was a colossal surge, giving the established jewspapers a real scare. First they tried ignoring it, then they started a huge smear campaign, calling anyone who read the alternative media was a holocaust denying nazi, literally. One of the headlines literally read “Holocaust didn’t happen and other alternative media claims” and had a flowchart showing how all alternative media was controlled by a nazi conspiracy. But when they noticed the alternative nationalist media was just gaining more and more hits as they were losing them, they went quiet again. One of the most popular ones is in the top 40 of all sites in Finland right now, which makes it more popular than most of the ZOG controlled outlets, giving us awesome reach. So as the ZOG attacked the march, we kept promoting it all over and ripping on the reds.

The reds probably realized, all too late, that things wouldn’t go their way and they would be hopelessly, utterly outnumbered, so a day before the march the antifas released a statement on the site dedicated to opposing the march that they denounce all violence. This, after months of posting empty threats about smashing the nazis, making them collectively look like even bigger cucks than ever before. They absolutely blew handling it which just contributed to our victory.

On the day of the march, a bunch of my comrades and I arrived to the square early. Even though the march wouldn’t begin for almost an hour, there were already people everywhere and there was a huge amount of cop cars circling the area. But the time felt more like a couple of minutes as I chatted with old and new comrades, everyone felt as excited as I was – time just flew by. A little before the actual event was to begin we were joined by a big marching column of nationalist from another, earlier event, with a big flag of Finland held by the leader. They were welcomed to our ranks with huge applause. The event was about to begin, and there were nationalists beyond my wildest expectations. Last year we had 200, I assumed we’d have about 400 this year, but it turned out to be almost double that.

In addition to cops, the media started to swarm the place. As I would later find out, foreign jewish reporters had attended and had been completely shoah’d on the spot in an instant, writing how it was exactly like the Triumph of the Will all over again. We couldn’t have gotten a better compliment. One called the march as ‘frightening as it was well organized‘.


The actual event begun with a speech by Tapio Linna, speaking about the nature of true nationalism, and praising the soldiers that allowed us to be here on this day. There was no room for shilling here, even Mr. Linna had promoted Horst Mahler recently. After the speech was over, the organizers begun handing out torches, but due to the sheer amount of people, they ran out quick.

It was storming, but the spirits were so high no one seemed to notice. The march continued steady towards the cemetery, and I would notice only a few lone leftists protesting on the streets that caused much amusement to the marchers. Only at one point did the reds try to disrupt the march, but it was such an extremely pathetic attempt I only heard of it later – I thought at that time the handful of reds were just standing there like the cucks they are. Pretty much the entire march chanted “HAHAHA, ANTIFA” at them, and due to the acoustics of the downtown Helsinki, you could hear it loud and clear far away. Some antifas tried to toss rocks at the march (and failed at that, of course) and some tried throwing flares that landed right in front of their own feet, and then the reds got shot at with the riot guns. There is video material from an anarchist livestream of an obese, bald antifa manchild (imagine Uncle Fester from Addams Family) crying his eyes out about nazis, it became an instant meme in the Finnish social media.


The march flowed smoothly through Helsinki, and everyone was having simply an amazing time. The only other attempt the reds made to disrupt the march was trying to block it with a van, but they were instantly led to the side of the street. And again, the reds provided incomparable amusement to the nationalists as three masked fags sat in the van all looking fucking pissed off and got only madder as the marchers banged the side and the windows of the van as they marched by.

When we reached the cemetery, we laid wreathes and candles, and the official part of the march was nearing its end, but I would hang out for longer, chilling with a few new cool comrades I had met and later head towards home with my comrades, very fulfilled.

The weeks following the march have been constant shoah. It wasn’t supposed to happen, ZOG blew it. The threat of “NEO-NAZI FASCISM ON OUR STREETS” has been all over the news and papers, one jewish owned newspaper literally aired footage of the march side by side with torch march of the Sturmabteilung. You simply can’t grab a paper these days without a shit eating grin.

The fun was far from over though, the faggotry of the reds knows no bounds. The cops had arrested some hundred reds for trying to start shit, and housed them in cells filled with lice, and afterwards the reds released a warning to all members to make sure they weren’t infected. It, too, became instantly famous. You can probably guess the kind of jokes that circulated: “Great, now someone has to clean up the cell after the reds, smdh.” / “They had other insects up there, in addition to the antifas?” / “Having to take their bi-annual shower probably left them deeply scarred” etc.

But the pain still wouldn’t end for them. The reds held a meeting in Turku for legal advice in a cafe for all reds who were arrested. About five nationalists walked in, ordered some coffee, and just sat down to enjoy the show. The reds immediately went silent and all covered their heads and begged them to leave, not having balls to raise a finger despite of being around 40 strong. The nationalists simply sat and enjoyed themselves. Then the reds begged the staff to remove them, but they wouldn’t. Why would they? And in the end, in true System pig fashion, they called the cops. The cops checked the nationalists’ papers, and then when they turned to the reds, they all ran. Like always.

All in all, what an amazing day, what an amazing month. Couldn’t have asked for a better one. 1488

Article by a Finnish Contributor