Boycott

“The last National Socialists … in the midst of a dreary, indifferent world, in which they have no place; who are facing that world and defying it through every gesture, every hint – every silence.” – Savitri Devi

Withdrawing support from products founded on oppression is a matter of rudimentary conscience. Economic boycott on its own is not revolution, but those unwilling to participate in something as easy as economic boycott cannot reasonably be relied upon to participate in more demanding activism. Every idealistic movement prescribes a code of discipline for its members; our boycotts can be considered part of the Aryanist discipline.

As part of a general stand against corporatism, we recommend minimizing your custom at chains, brand name and other upscale businesses in favour of small, downscale businesses owned by locals, preferably selling products produced locally, or secondhand products. In this way you keep money flowing within your neighbourhood rather than leaking into corporate profits. On the other hand, we oppose the idea of the various non-Jewish ethnic or religious groups refusing to give custom to each other’s small businesses in the same neighbourhood, as this will split the local community – economically as well as socially – and demoralize all groups which share the neighbourhood. Rather, we recommend active effort to purchase more from each other; only in this way can we most efficiently unite the local community into a self-reliant whole.

External link: Vegan Wolf 

External link: Boycott Israel Campaign 2012

External link: Boycott Hungary