Science Fiction to the Rescue
Every great movement needs a vision to guide its members toward a shared goal. As the former nation known as America self-destructs, many within its borders are determined to resist by defending a way of life they believe is worth fighting for. Tales of New America offers one writer's vision for such a movement:
What could be done? Politics was hopeless. The people had no voice nor advocate no matter who they elected, and half were co-opted anyway and part of the scheme of government growth, employment, or benefit. The answer was as clear to me as it was to the Founding Fathers -- That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it. It was also clear that moaning and complaining about the present situation was a waste of energy and trying to organize incremental reforms to re-establish a coherent and sane society was futile in the extreme. What is needed is revolution, but before it can begin, people need a vision of what a saving remnant might accomplish in carving out a territory within America and building a new nation and ethno-state. People would need to see what a New America might look like where they could thrive as they once had, and if determined, might return to conquest in driving out invaders and their collaborators from ancestral homelands Hence, the Tales of New America that offers that offers twenty-three snapshots from a period fifty years or so years into the future. ... Tales of New America is a panorama through time of possibilities for a thriving and prosperous future for civilization, the Northern European kind, that has done more good for more people and would continue to do so were it re-infused with great purpose and common identity.