Marx wrote that the proletariat doesn't have a homeland or a nationality. Internationalist capitalists, like G. Maisonrouge of IBM also declare that the borders that divide the nations are meaningless, nationality isn't important for the multinational corporations. Anyone, no matter their race, can become a consumer.
Capitalism and Marxism: Both are anti-national.
Bakunin underlined that Capitalism had the tendency to expand and dominate on a world scale and that the modern state, no matter how "red" it may be, it will also have this tendency to become "international"(State and Anarchism,1873). Marx saw this rising internationalization of Capitalism as another step towards the extinction of the national identities. However, instead of denouncing this development, he welcomes it as a step towards the "world government" (Communist Manifesto, 1848). What we face today is, in fact, the creation of a world capitalist government under the flag of the New World Order. To make this easier for the masses to swallow, it is accompanied by moralistic slogans like "world peace and democracy". Every nation that steps out of line (e.g. Iraq, Syria) is punished by the UN/USA that act as if they are the planet's police. We are already living under the regime of a de facto dictatorship.
|The racially homogenous community was the original "Commune"|
|Seal of the Black Hand|
|Flag of the Ukrainian anarchists|
Bakunin also rejected the economist interpretations of history and social relations offered by Marxism and Capitalism and adopted racialist dialectics. He says:
"To support his political program Marx developed a particular theory that is just the logical extension of the present system. He completely ignores a most important element in the historic development of humanity, that is, the temperament and particular character of each race and each people, a temperament and a character which are themselves the natural product of a multitude of ethnological, climatological, economic and historic causes but which exercise, even apart from and independent of the economic conditions of each country, a considerable influence on its destinies and even on the development of its economic forces."The anarchists today have become the ultimate enemy of the nationalists. They have been subverted and their main goal is not to achieve something, but rather to stop us from achieving anything. They dedicate their efforts only to the destruction of the national identity. To them, racial communities are an anathema. All over the world they are always seen supporting Marxists and their parties. In Greece, the state works hard to outlaw the Golden Dawn and the anarchists do their piece by trying to terrorize us with murders and arsons. Which is to say they walk hand in hand and raise their fists again a mutual enemy. They have become the polar opposite of the Anarchists of the 19th century.
However nationalists today can learn from the ideas and practices of the original anarchists. Such formations are the forerunners of determined and successful Social Nationalist parties, including Golden Dawn.