Some might remember Kevin Forts, the American who arranged an interview in April 2012 with VG in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts, where he half-heartedly came out in support of Commander Anders Behring Breivik, arguing against the need for further militant action.
Kevin Forts is now being prosecuted for threatening documents containing his fingerprints that were found September 23, 2011 at Assumption College. Last Tuesday, October 2, 2012, Forts was in court where he pleaded not guilty, he will return to court on November 15.
Forts’ exact motivation remains unclear. US citizens have almost unrestricted freedom of speech though there are obvious consequences to exercising this right, like Forts being banned from his college campus, and it appears Assumption College is not allowing him to graduate.
There are plenty of Ethnic Nationalist organizations in the United States, and as the situation for Europe and the USA are completely different US and European movements should stay clear from each other. There will of course be serial killer groupies from the US, but all serious American Nationalists will want to work on an American movement, and at best discuss political strategy with us.
As I said before, Americans have freedom of speech, they have the right to arm themselves, they have the right to peacefully secede, so there is no need for violence. The biggest problem American Nationalists face is their appeal to the lowest common denominator instead of a more intellectual and rational movement like the one Commander Breivik is trying to create.
Materialism has affected American society to a much greater extend than it did in Europe, and the lack of a strong indigenous territorial claim further complicates the situation. As Europeans use American Internet services and our speech is protected by the American constitution when using these services it’s crucial that European Resistance fighters avoid targeting American citizens or American properties at all cost.