The Fourteen Points

  1. By all available means, work to combat the global Zionist elite and the forces of international finance which have come to dominate the better part of our world and threaten the existence of our people.
  2. The unification of all English-speaking peoples.  Our current situation is not confined strictly to one nation, and therefore cannot be overcome by one nation alone.  Only through the combined effort of our people will we overcome the forces which threaten their existence.
  3. An immediate end to all foreign immigration and an end to birthright citizenship.  All those who are not of the nation are to be repatriated.
  4. Only White people(s) of good stock may be members of the nation.  Only members of the nation may become citizens of the State.  Those who are not members of the nation will be subject to laws which pertain to aliens.
  5. We demand an end to the corrupt democratic system and its replacement with a true form of democracy.  The right to vote is to be held exclusively by the citizens of the State.  The positions of the State are to be held only by citizens and those who are not citizens are barred from all positions of government whether they be national, state, or local levels.  All citizens are to have equal rights and duties.
  6. The common interest before self-interest, the interests of the individual must not conflict with that of the nation.  In accordance with this, corporate interests will be brought into line with the national interest.
  7. We demand an end to income unearned by work and the abolition of debt-interest slavery.  There must be no place for those who draw their sustenance from society without giving anything in return.
  8. Mass media today is a tool which is used as a bludgeon by a handful of financial elites to exercise control over the entire nation.  As a consequence of this, media is to be held exclusively by members of the nation.  Media which is dominated by foreign interests and harmful to the nation are to be banned. 
  9. A complete and total reformation of the educational system is necessary in order to give future generations the means necessary to secure the best possible conditions for life through self-assertion.  The State places upon itself the interests of the youth and as a result guarantees that every child of the nation, regardless of class, be provided the best possible education for which they are suited.
  10. The State involves itself directly with the health of the nation and seeks to raise its quality of life.  Physical fitness and sports are to be encouraged by the State and made compulsory for the youth.
  11. The State concerns itself with the nation’s standard of living and seeks to eliminate poverty.  The State must work exclusively for those whom it is created to serve and must ensure that its people are provided a livelihood.
  12. The State takes an active interest in the cultural life of the nation, and as a result seeks to bring about the highest of cultures.  Consequently, all forms of art and entertainment which are harmful or seek to degrade the national character are to be suppressed.
  13. While the State believes in religious freedom and seeks to safeguard the faith of its people, it does so with the belief that religion must not threaten or undermine the existence of the people.  Religion is to be by the blood and for the blood.
  14. We demand the formation of a strong central State which will enact these points and secure the existence of all members of the nation.  The State is a means to this end and will place above all things the well-being of those whom it is created to serve.