Calling Aryanists in Catalonia

We all know what happened on 18 September in Scotland, and there is no reason to continue to analyze the situation. Disappointing as the results are, the possibility of Scottish independence has pushed pro-independence fervour in Catalonia.

This Sunday a referendum will be held regarding Catalan independence, which the Spanish parliament opposes (as “illegal”). The best response is to push ahead with it, and to continue to build on the pro-independence sentiment (which has already been growing in the past few years), which will show that Catalonia can and does operate separately from Spain, further building on the pro-independence sentiment. And if Sunday’s referendum is not successful, mass demoralization need not follow because the referendum is more of an opinion poll for future action than a decisive referendum in Catalonia’s independence.

If the pro-independence movement is to go ahead, I suggest the following:

1) Breaking cultural ties with Western Civilization. Instead, Catalonia could focus on its Cathar past. (This does not mean, and should not mean, any animosity towards Muslims or any other religious group. In fact, the rebirth of Catharism should also result in the reinvigoration of its Mohammedan parallel, Sufism, and other parallel groups in other religions.)

2) Following Sunday’s referendum, moving attention away from Artur Mas and Oriol Junqueras (and their respective parties). Mas can only push post-independence Catalonia to the right, which may eventually even lead to an increase in ethnocentrism in Catalonia. Junqueras will make post-independence Catalonia a republic. They are perfect for each other, but not for us. This means you should either form your own secessionist party or becoming an entryist into one of the other parties (preferable Junqueras’ as it is at least on the Left). Note that if you choose to form a new party, your will have to be extremely more enthusiastic, more charismatic, more active and more effective in organization and propaganda because secession is already a commonplace topic and is most closely associated with the other parties; in other words, you need to become better known and more popular than them, and quickly.

3) Friendly relationships with neighbouring states. This will give Catalonia a better reputation on an international scale, initially help to set the economy rolling, and perhaps create a gateway into the western Mediterranean and beyond. (As a bonus, Catalonia could lead the way in building relationships with North African states, countering both the rise of the far-right and establishing control of the Mediterranean.) Also, there is no reason whatsoever to not have friendly relationships with the people of other states, especially as poor relationships create tension between different peoples: the only dichotomies we really need right now is Aryan vs non-Aryan and non-Jew vs Jew.

4. Rejoining the EU upon secession (without adopting the Euro), thereby leading the way in forming an anti-Zionist block in the EU and pushing other member states in the same direction.

If you have any other ideas, mention them below. More importantly, if you are an Aryanist living in Spain (preferably in Catalonia) and would like to see an Aryanist post-independence Catalonia, get in contact with us!

http://aryanism.net/about/contact/

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3 Responses to Calling Aryanists in Catalonia

  1. AS says:

    When Christopher Columbus made his discovery in The Americas during a Spanish-sponsored expedition, and began to shift Europe’s trade and economic centre of gravity (and the focus of Spain’s ambitions) from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean, undermining Catalonia’s economic and political importance. Aragonese and Catalan power in the Mediterranean would continue, but efforts to achieve further Spanish conquests in Europe itself largely stopped and the maritime expansion into the Atlantic and the conquest of territories in the Americas was not a Catalan enterprise.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Catalonia#Crown_of_Aragon_union_with_Crown_of_Castile

    I believe this is extremely relevant to 1). An independent Catalonia can claim innocence from Spanish colonialism (hence taking moral high ground over Spain and Western civilization as a whole) and align with a future Atlanteanist America. Also, as discussed in the past, had Spain remained under Islamic rule, it is unlikely that Spanish colonization of the New World would have occurred. Therefore an Atlanteanist outlook should lead to a positive perception of Islam.

    The point about Catharism is certainly important too, as it is the key to linking Catalonia with Occitania. Remember, it is Occitania that is the big target. Britain and France are the only two nuclear-armed states in the region, after all, and France has more nukes than Britain, so Occitania is even more important than Scotland.

    Regarding 2), there are numerous parties available for entryism in addition to Republican Left:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estat_Catal%C3%A0

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popular_Unity_Candidates

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Initiative_for_Catalonia_Greens

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalan_Solidarity_for_Independence

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reagrupament

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSM-Nationalist_Agreement

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arran_(organization)

    On this account, starting yet another secessionist party in the midst of all these existing parties might be less efficient than entryism.

    As for 3), is “the people” really a valid concept? I worry that portraying the situation as “corrupt leaders” vs “the people” leads to the illusion that “the people” are automatically on the correct side of every issue, which is far from the case. Don’t forget that Gaddafi was taken down supposedly by “the people” who accused him of being a “corrupt leader”.

  2. Decebal says:

    “Also, as discussed in the past, had Spain remained under Islamic rule, it is unlikely that Spanish colonization of the New World would have occurred. Therefore an Atlanteanist outlook should lead to a positive perception of Islam.”

    Good point.

    “The point about Catharism is certainly important too, as it is the key to linking Catalonia with Occitania. Remember, it is Occitania that is the big target. Britain and France are the only two nuclear-armed states in the region, after all, and France has more nukes than Britain, so Occitania is even more important than Scotland.”

    I had Occitania in mind when writing that. I think that this should tie with 3): if Catalonia can become independent, then it could also become popular in Occitania, and Catalonia should do everything in its power to promote independence and establish ties with it.

    “Regarding 2), there are numerous parties available for entryism in addition to Republican Left:…. On this account, starting yet another secessionist party in the midst of all these existing parties might be less efficient than entryism.”

    Thank you for pointing these out. If one is to join these, then the same fervour – perhaps even more – required for starting one’s own party would be required to bring make them as popular as the CDC or the Republican Left. It’s up to any volunteers we may have what they feel is the best way to go.

    “As for 3), is “the people” really a valid concept? I worry that portraying the situation as “corrupt leaders” vs “the people” leads to the illusion that “the people” are automatically on the correct side of every issue, which is far from the case. Don’t forget that Gaddafi was taken down supposedly by “the people” who accused him of being a “corrupt leader”.”

    You’re right. I was hesitant to add that part for the same reason, so now that you also mention it, I’ve removed it.

    The referendum has been successful, with 81% of those voting supporting independence! http://www.npr.org/blogs/parallels/2014/11/10/362952892/referendums-outcome-indicates-catalonias-desire-for-independence

    Any Catalonian Aryanists, I hope you take the next step.

  3. Ostmann says:

    “Rejoining the EU upon secession [without adopting the Euro]..” Allow me to add: But also without adopting any type of privately issued currency,no matter what it may be called.

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