Scottish Dawn is a new Identitarian social movement formed from various organisations in 2017 to develop a coherent conception of Scottish identity and secure its place within Scottish Politics.
Our people are intensely proud of being Scottish and so they have been easily misled by false leaders who have come to represent the worst aspects of the globalist system, the Westminster liberal elite, and crony capitalism under a guise of supposed nationalism. Their vision for Scotland; A ‘free’ independent Scotland that is a one party plutocratic state obeying orders from Brussels. A ‘state’ where our own people are taxed and bled on the altar of the so-called ‘refugee’, where the oil, land and resources are owned exclusively by foreigners. The white working class is ignored, leaderless, voiceless, futureless; hooked on welfare, and left in conditions designed to create internal conflict while those who exploit them are united in our suffering.
Scottish politics in the 21st century will therefore be defined by those who define identity. Do we forsake Scotland; its people, culture, history, language, and borders? No; Social Justice and Blood and Soil, this is our challenge to the system and the death it holds for us.
What Are We Trying To Achieve?
The aim of our organisation, Scottish Dawn, is to create an opposition movement within Scotland. We will be seeking to work with existing Scottish nationalists on the ground and provide services and professionalism that our cause needs to show our people that a movement for the preservation and freedom of our greatest possession, our own people; is a viable alternative to the SNP, Lab, Con consensus.
We will spread our common message through political demonstration, cultural events, and philanthropic acts. Scotland has many problems. We say that if we start to take action, and start to tackle these problems ourselves, then we can have a significant impact on our people and set an example so that we can begin to change things.
The Origins of Identitarianism
The modern term Identitatrian was coined with the foundation of the French political movement ‘Bloc Identitaire’ in 2003, and popularised by the party’s youth wing ‘Génération Identitaire’. Deriving from the ideas of French New Right, the GI model has gained adherents across Central and Northern Europe over the past decade largely for its contemporary youth image which greatly challenged established negative attitudes about anti-immigration campaigners. As motivated nationalists we see the innovativeness of Identitarianism and it’s central tenants; advocacy for the rights of European ethnocultural groups and it’s criticism of the modern world, as ideal for the Scottish people who have yet to find a voice for these concerns.
This year we have attended the two demonstrations hosted by the Scottish Defence League on behalf of local residents who are unable to obtain housing while Syrian Refugees were being put up in luxury new builds. Wherever our people need a voice we will be there.
We hold regular hikes in Scotland’s beautiful countryside and visiting sites of historical importance. As an organisation we offer the opportunity for both health and socialising.
Last April our group volunteered at an animal sanctuary. We strive to care for all of our country, both the people and its environment.
To be a nationalist is to love your people, and for us to just attend demonstrations and political events is not enough. To become an effective organisation we not only need to be active, but also be the change we wish to see in the world. We have a lot of ideas for local community engagement and we need more people to be involved.