The Northwestern Front (NWF) - White Nationalist Separatist / Cascadian Region

Official Website Self-DescriptionThe Northwest Front is a political organization of Aryan men and women who recognize that an independent and sovereign White nation in the Pacific Northwest is the only possibility for the survival of the White race on this continent.A WHITE HOMELAND Racists and right-wing extremist ideologists have long proposed emigrating to the northwest and creating an ethnostate in the Pacific North West.William Pierce, Richard Girnt Butler of Aryan Nations, and David Lane (author of the 14 Words) have all at different times espoused and promoted the idea (The Northwest Territorial Imperative) as a guarantor of racial survival and purity.The central thrust of the objective is that racially loyal Whites can flee from America's other inferior races and resist ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government, the idea that Jews control everything) from their own state, surviving the inevitable collapse of the decadent and corrupt American civilization:"Once in the Pacific…

The Northwestern Front (NWF) - White Nationalist Separatist / Cascadian Region, also known as NWF is an active group.
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