Today marks the end of 2016. This has been one thrilling year for all of us Preservationists, and much has been accomplished in it.
I have spoken about what 2016 has meant for our movement, and what the future might bring over the next 12 months, but also wanted to make a point to post a personal update regarding this site, and my own writings.
Europeancivilwar.com started on January 25th, 2016, and thus today also marks the end of its first year.
Since its inception we have published 241 posts, with an accompanying 2,053 comments.
Fistfights With Muslims In Europe: One Man’s Journey Through Modernity also came out on January 25th, 2016. My initial goal/hope/dream had been to sell 1,000 copies, and I can happily report it hit that milestone earlier this year and has only kept going up from there. I have kept it at .99$ this whole time because my primary purpose with it is raising awareness, not making money, but even accounting for this low cost the total saves are far more than the average ebook sells in a year, as well as the average commercially published non-fiction book. (Editor’s Note: I have raised the price since this post was published.)
We also came out with a soft cover version of it finally, and it is my goal in 2017 to produce an audio version as well.
I- Julian Langness- also had 8 articles published on Counter Currents, and got to speak at the Northwest Forum in Seattle. Huge thanks to Greg Johnson for both of these honors. I was also interviewed on several podcasts (see below), and had my book reviewed on a variety of sites.
I am immensely grateful to be able to write about the situation in Europe, and attempt to raise awareness and build momentum for resistance and reconquest.
I am also immensely grateful for the support and readership and brotherhood of all those individuals who regularly read this site and share their thoughts. I consider you all brothers in arms and am humbled to get the chance to observe, analyze, and strategize with you. I look forward to the day when we live and work together in a post-Reconquest European homeland (as well all the struggles that will precede that day!).
I of course have many goals for the next year. They include:
Publish next book
I am working now on my next political book which I posted about here. I am dedicating as much time to it as I can, and hope to publish it by next summer.
Keep writing about Europe
I plan on continuing to write on the situation in Europe of course, and hope to regularly submit articles to Counter-Currents and Traditional Right on it and other political issues. Mostly I will be posting articles, news stories, analyses, and other things on Europeancivilwar.com. I think my posts on ECW have improved over the course of the year, mostly in terms of my ability to use the medium to make things readable and aesthetically pleasing, etc.
I also plan on continuing to interview important writers, organizers, and leaders within our movement. This massive collection of talent and its significance is one of the main themes within my next book, and cataloguing this significance is something I feel compelled to do even if the interviews don’t always perfectly line up with the site’s focus on the conflict in Europe (although usually they do).
I plan on continuing to prepare myself physically, mentally, and spiritually for the struggle our people will face over the next 15 years. While we and I get criticized for focusing on ‘the coming war’ and all that kind of stuff, I feel our outlook is entirely logical:
1. Anyone who is sober realizes massive conflict and anarchy is coming to Europe (whether ‘civil war’ or otherwise)
2. To not go to Europe and attempt to do one’s part would be cowardice at best
3. Therefore one should ensure that he is as prepared as possible for the myriad scenarios that helping our people in Europe through that crisis could entail. As George Soros himself just said this week: “Western Europe is going to be going through a period similar to what the Soviet Union did in the early 1990’s”. If that is the case, it certainly justifies preparation.
To that end, I will work towards achieving my goals of:
A. Running a 7.5 minute mile (basically the equivalent to Army Ranger minimum (they require a 15 minute two miles), I am at ten minutes right now)
B. Doing 85 pushups in two minutes (this is the Ranger recommended amount, their minimum is 55, I am at 65).
C. A 20 inch neck and 19 inch arms (I am currently at a 19 inch neck and 17.5 inch arms)
D. Proficiency in self-defense
E. Proficiency in public speaking (I think I am a decent public speaker now but getting really good as one is something I am going to be working on for a variety of personal and political reasons)
If the aforementioned Soros article (which we recently analyzed) is any indication, 2017 may be an important and fluid year. I look forward to analyzing and following it with all of you reading this, and long for the day when we can avenge the evils that have been perpetrated upon our people, and create new societies that will honor our ancestors and descendants for many centuries to come.
Happy New Year brothers!