Today the Alliance for Peace and Freedom published a new important book, Winds of Change – Notes for the Reconquista. It contains essays from a number of prominent nationalist leaders, such as: Udo Voigt (Germany), Nick Griffin (Great Britain), Irene Dimopoulou (Greece), Roberto Fiore (Italy) and Derek Holland (Great Britain). The introduction is written by the APF:s Secretary General, Stefan Jacobsson (Sweden).
“We need to be ready for the change. We need to be ready to seize the moment and ride the tide. To do so, we need to create the new generations of political soldiers, of Europeans – who have the capacity, the moral compass, the knowledge and the practical skills to fulfil their duty to Europe and its people.”
We live in ‘exciting times’. Successions of stunning electoral defeats for the forces of liberalism are symptoms of a citizens’ revolt against the elites and their democratic deficit. These populist rebellions are incoherent, powerful yet literally reactionary, responses to globalism. The millions of citizens who have slapped the elites in the face know what they are against, but have no guiding vision of what they are for.
The resulting lack of direction is very dangerous. The globalists have been shaken to the core, but they are already regrouping and planning their counter-attacks. This renewed danger can only be met if the forces of tradition and identity develop a coherent, positive vision for a better future.
This book represents a vital step on the road to provide ideas in the hearts of the nationalistic activists and leaders of Europe.