Frequently asked questions:
1: What is the American Nationalist Initiative?
The ANI is an evolution of third positionist theory tailored for the contemporary United States. We are a nationalistic labor oriented grassroots organization which seeks to promote a new patriotic, masculine, and selfless national culture while also demanding a better standard of living for everyday working Americans.
The leading body of the Initiative, the Corporate Council, is currently molding a unique ideology which has been termed Blue Syndicalism. Blue Syndicalism aims to promote the unity, organization, discipline, and security of the Corporate State while also adhering to the proletarian bias and revolutionary vitality of national syndicalist and modern socialist thought.
We draw our philosophical inspiration from men such as, but not exclusive to, Georges Sorel, Enrico Corradini, Giovanni Gentile, Ramiro Ramos, Oswald Mosley, Alexander Hamilton, Ezra Pound, John Adams, Cesar Chavez, Huey Long, & Alexander Thompson.
2: Isn't corporatism just government by big business?
No. Corporatism is often mistaken for corporatocracy, a system of government run or heavily influenced by private enterprise. The truth is that corporatism is the organization of a nation by the state in order that the nation function organically in unison rather than opposition and competition. Through this organic function the will of the people and national aspirations may finally be realized thanks to the more direct and competent representation provided by the corporatist system.
3: What is the ANI's stance regarding race and ethnicity?
We do not advocate for the oppression or mistreatment of any group or individual based solely on their ethnicity.
We believe that total cultural assimilation and initiation through national service are key factors one must partake in as a process of social Americanization.
Ethnicity is not considered as a factor in applicants denial or approval for the Initiative.
4: What is your attitude towards women?
The ANI holds no misogynistic standpoint against women; we promote social cohesion down the national molecular level and deem any divisive ideology which endorses the subjugation and/or separation of one faction based on sex or gender as socially toxic.
5: What is your position on free trade?
We believe in the natural right to private enterprise and encourage the creativity and ingenuity of entrepreneurship; the act of starting a small business itself is an act of national and local community service, however, we also believe that the national interest and moral standards must always come before the interest of private wealth.
6:What is your position on property rights?
We believe in the private ownership of property as a basic attribute of the natural state of man.
Property should not be unethically hoarded by an elite class simply for the sake of ownership or social status; under the pretext of this occurring we advocate the seizure and redistribution of said property in regards to the needs and happiness of the national-proletariat.
We do not believe that private property can exist in a capitalist society without the properties and/or the laboring class being exploited and manipulated into a never-ending state of rent serfdom.
7: What is the official stance of the Initiative on religion?
None of the religions practiced by the majority of the American populace pose a threat to the national interest, therefore we are entirely religiously tolerant.
The ANI is entirely opposed to the foundation of any theocratic or clerical government.
8: What does your flag represent?
The original banner of the Initiative bore a fasces surrounded by thirteen stars and a striped field in reverence to our collective national identity, traditional American iconography, and the sincere message of American strength in unity.
Since then the Initiative has adopted a blue banner emblazoned with the traditional thirteen stars encompassing our organizations' abbreviated initials in order to promote community familiarity; the cog and grain being used to show our solidarity with the American working and agricultural classes.
9: What do you mean by "Nationalize American Labor"?
We advocate for the organization of all American labor, agriculture, and industry into Corporate sects by interest and profession/ service.
This system would organize the many sects of labor, industry, and agriculture using national Corporate unions.
Through the Corporate system the American working-class would gain industrial self-determination.
This function would not eliminate small businesses but rather protect them from expanding monopolies and foreign competition.
Each Corporate union would annually elect a representative whom is knowledgeable in the trade or profession of said union.
A national ban on the hiring of foreign laborers.
10: Do you collaborate with other organizations?
We seek to unify the American nation. If an organization is met with common ground whether that be along social, economic, or cultural lines, we will cooperate and plan as necessary to achieve the realization of our collective aspirations.
Our regional Syndicate Leads decide which local organizations their syndicate collaborates with. Cooperation of Initiative syndicates with separate organizations does not mean we endorse the totality of their ideologies or platforms.
11: Does the Initiative endorse American imperialism?
We are opposed to any unjust military invasion or financial exploitation of foreign nations.
12: What do you mean by "Defend American Agriculture"?
The Initiative advocates that the State intervene in the monopolization and subversion of American rural properties by the financial elite. We advocate that unreasonably large quantities of rural properties being hoarded by the elite be seized and distributed among aspiring farmers/ ranchers and/or be utilized to extend national parks.
13: What is the ANI stance on the ongoing Ukraine-Russia conflict?
The Initiative promotes that the American State focuses its energy and resources solely on national interests.
We advocate an end to all foreign aid until the national financial crisis has been successfully handled.
The ANI refuses to partake in any official bias regarding the Ukraine-Russian conflict.
We demand an end to all unprovoked American (military &/or economic) aggression toward Russia, Iran, North Korea, Cuba, & Venezuela.
14: How do I request food, medical, or infant supplies?
Please contact Americannationalistinitiative@proton.me for information regarding our community aid programs.
15: How do I join the Initiative?
Follow the provided instructions:
Download the "Telegram" application.
Email your telegram username to Americannationalistinitiative@proton.me
Check your Telegram privacy settings and make sure that we will be able to add you into our vetting chat.
Await further instruction from ANI officials.
"We must nationalize the masses of workers so that they are the basic pillar of the state."
-Ramiro Ledesma Ramos