Farming Under Greedy Capitalism

In the not too distant future, the U.S. will import nearly all of its foodstuffs from other countries. Costs of land and labor in U.S. will be too high for White American farmers to be competitive in food production and creeping globalization of the food system is not some corporate conspiracy but is simply the sum of individual struggles of farmers and agribusiness in America and around the world.

Nowadays, industrial agribusiness is replacing family farms because they are "more efficient" and eventually American industrial agribusiness eventually will be displaced by even "more efficient" producers elsewhere in the global market.

Agriculture in America is under a crisis. A quiet crisis. Thousands of White farm families are being forced off the land. It is American capitalism's collective obsession with our short-run, middle-man, and economic self interests that has caused this. It is the acceptance of corporate greed that has fostered this. White Americans and White farmers need to have the courage to challenge and disprove the conventional wisdom that farmers must get bigger, give in to corporate-Wall Street banker control, or get out.

The National Socialist Agenda For Farming

We believe that White farmers and White people in general are perfectly capable of rising above the economics of greed to an economics of back to the soil. The economics of back to the soil  has its foundation in spirituality – the belief in a need to live in harmony with a higher order of things.

I. Farmers, in general, should not use chemicals in ways that destroy the health of the population, poison the food supply, or pollute the water supply.

II.  Back to the soil requires that we conserve non-renewable resources – soil, energy, clean air, and clean water -- for future generations.

III. The government must assist and encourage farmers to sustain a desirable quality of life for themselves and to support their local communities while being good stewards of the land and other natural environment.

IV. Industrial farming has to bend nature to succeed. A new farming philosophy should focus on working with nature rather than against it.

V. Contemporary economic thinking is out of date and archaic. It’s based on assumptions of over 200 years ago that no longer reflect reality. Small family farms and businesses, caring communities, loving families, nations with integrity, cultures with values – these things will never be outdated and should be a renewed focus point.

VI. National Socialism believes the economy is a creation of people to meet the needs of people, not the other way around. We must refuse to become the slaves of those greedy corporate institutions that were created to serve the public good.


 Goals of the American Nazi Party


As the foundation of any society, we recognize the supreme importance of a healthy farming community. Accordingly, we demand protection of the family farm by eliminating speculation in land and commodities, and by assuring a stable market and fair prices for the farmer, as well as the consumer. We further demand that qualified young Aryan couples be given an opportunity for mortgage-free homesteading on land now held by large corporate interests.

We believe that farming is more than a mere economic proposition, that in fact it represents a way of life vital to the community as a whole, and that its real value lies not only in producing food, but in providing social, racial, and environmental stability while serving as a constant source of spiritual renewal for man in close rapport with nature. Hence, we believe that a farmer's land and the fruits of his labor must remain inviolate and above commercial speculation and exploitation, just as the economic viability of the family farm must be re-established so that significantly larger numbers of our people can once again find a good life upon the land.