The Last Post

When I first started Yes Pasaran in January of 2016, pessimism was the norm among White Nationalists. It was my intention to “white pill” our community by reporting on events & activities from our comrades in Europe and around the world.

Though direct readership of this blog has remained modest, the articles posted here were re-posted & linked to a significant number of other White Nationalist websites.  Fox 5 New York & also used Yes Pasaran as a news source.

Following the rise of the Alt-Right, Southern Nationalism, & other forms of White Nationalism, our movement has become increasingly active on the streets. This has lead to a huge increase in optimism, as well as a new found awareness of the actions of our comrades across the world. Due to this, what used to be posted here can now be found on any number of other White Nationalist websites with larger followings.

This renders Yes Pasaran redundant & thus obsolete. The blog will remain up, but not active. I will leave a list of White Nationalist websites that were used to gather news stories. Countries are listed in no particular order. Additional news may be found daily by Google searching the keywords “white supremacist”, “neo nazi”, & “far right”.


Right Sector


Reconquista Europe

Azov Battalion


Nordic Resistance Movement

Nordic Youth


Golden Dawn

Golden Dawn New York

National People’s Front (Cyprus)



Russian March


Casa Pound

Student Bloc

Forza Nuova


Nationalist Alternative

Golden Dawn Australia


Jeune Nation

Action Francaise

Groupe Union Defense Lyon

Generation Identity


Nordic Resistance Movement


National Democracy

Hogar Social Madrid



Serbian Action


Bosanski Nacionalisti


Noua Dreapta


Celtic Party


Anti-Capitalist Collective

Die Rechte

The Third Way






Bulgarian National Alliance

Czech Republic:

Worker’s Party of Social Justice

United Kingdom:

South East Alliance

National Front

Scottish Dawn

United States:

Vanguard America

AtomWaffen Division

League Of The South

Traditionalist Worker’s Party


The Daily Stormer

European Civil War

Alt-Right Portal

The New Observer



Two American Victories On The Monetary Front

Auburn to pay large legal fees after attempting to silence Alt-Right speaker

AUBURN, Ala. — After failing to prevent white nationalist Richard Spencer from speaking on its campus last month, Auburn University is now paying $29,000 in legal fees to end a lawsuit that successfully challenged their cancellation. The legal fees will be paid to Cameron Padgett of Georgia, who sued the University after it refused to allow Spencer to speak after he already booked campus space.

Spencer originally scheduled a talk at Auburn’s James E. Foy Hall on Tuesday, April 18, where he would discuss the Trump presidency, Syria, identity, and the Alt-Right. But that speech was cancelled by the University “based on legitimate concerns and credible evidence that it will jeopardize the safety of students, faculty, staff and visitors.” Spencer then said he would show up to campus with or without a room to speak in.

After the lawsuit was filed, Federal Judge W. Keith Watkins of Montgomery ordered Auburn to honor its original agreement with Spencer to speak at Foy Hall. AU complied with the order and said “It is now more important than ever that we respond in a way that is peaceful, respectful, and maintains civil discourse.”

In a twitter video, Spencer heralded the decision as a victory for free speech. “I did not think this was going to happen,” Spencer said. “I thought the chances of victory were slim, but we did it. This is a huge win.”

Spencer spoke to a crowd of several hundred at Auburn, while several hundred more protested his presence outside.

The Spencer episode is one of many nationally that have pitted the code of political correctness against the constitutionally enshrined value of free speech. Conservative commentator Ann Coulter’s invitation to the University of California, Berkeley sparked intense riots among liberal students who did not want her to step foot on campus. In Alabama, Former Breitbart Technology Editor Milo Yiannopoulos visited both Auburn and The University of Alabama last fall at the invitation of both schools’ College Republican groups, causing unrest amongst the schools’ liberal factions.

Trump administration freezes $10 million to fight “violent extremism”

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When they say “violent extremism”, they mean White Nationalism.

More than 30 organizations — including six police departments — were tapped by the Obama administration to receive $10 million in grants to counter violent extremism. The Trump administration has those grants on hold.

There is no reason yet given, but the state taking some pressure off of White dissidents is definitely a good thing.

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