Q: Who are you?
We are a serious Slavic nationalist organization dedicated to defending
Slavic values, promoting unity, pride and patriotism among all of
our people. We have members worldwide of many different Slavic nationalities.
Q: What does "Slavija" mean?
Slavija (also spelled Slavia or Slavya) means the land or nation
of the Slavs.
Q: What symbols do you use and what are their meanings?
We use a number of symbols, such as the lipa tree (also known as
a linen or a lime tree) leaf and the pan-Slavic tricolor. The lipa
tree was adopted as the official symbol of the Slavic people during
the first Pan-Slavic congress. The congress likewise adopted a Slavic
blue white red tricolor flag (which is why the new kingdom of Yugoslavia
or South Slavija decided to use the pan-Slavic flag as their own).
We are not exactly a pan-Slavic organization, however Slavic nationalism
has been deeply influenced by pan-Slavic philosophies, therefore
we show our relation to pan-Slavinism by using a lipa leaf as one
of our symbols. In the same way we recognize blue, white, and red
to be Slavic colors and respectively use the Slavic flag as one
of our symbols. Our slogan is "Unity and Power" its meaning
obviously reflects our goals.
Q: What is Slavic nationalism?
Slavic nationalism is a Slavophile philosophy, which emphasizes
the importance of Slavic culture and way of thinking for the survival
of the Slavic people. Our philosophy recognizes all Slavic people
have a great deal in common, our language, culture, and heritage.
At the same time out existence as a people is constantly threatened,
by outside forces that over thousands of years have demonstrated
their desire to destroy our people and culture. These forces similarly
do not hesitate to turn one Slavic nation against another for gain
and profit. In today's world to survive (both culturally and genetically)
out nations need to recognize that the ONLY other people that share
their interests are their Slavic brethren. Therefore Slavic solidarity
is the best chance we have to survive and prosper as Slavs. Slavic
nationalism is the natural extension and companion to ethnic Slavic
nationalisms (Russian, Polish, Serbian, etc) because it above all
emphasizes self-determinations of Slavs, the importance of our unique
traditional culture, and the worth of the Slavic people as a race.
Q: What do you see as the main threats to the Slavic people?
The main threat to the Slavic people today is the godless world
policies of neo-communistic liberalism and the forces that stand
behind it. It is a historically proven fact that the Slavic people
could never be dominated militarily, so today our enemies are instead
working to destroy our culture and societies. In the present day
our populations continue to decline. While at the same time many
of our own politicians, fully supported by the world community,
are pushing the genocidal ideas of non-Slavic immigration to Slavic
lands and mongrelization. Similarly the media and various foreign
funded social organizations are continually destroying our culture,
traditions, and worldviews. Replacing them with inferior "culture"
of MTV, Hollywood and similar filth. Any attempt to resist these
trends is labeled as racist, xenophobic or backwards. While the
reality is that our traditional views are in fact a self-defense
mechanism developed over a thousand years and designed to help our
people survive against constant invasions and outside treats.
Q: How does Slavic nationalism relate to other nationalisms (Fascism,
Nazism, White Nationalism, etc)?
We believe that any Slavic ideology has to be just that, Slavic.
Therefore we reject Nazism or other non-Slavic ideologies. First
of all it is quite clear that our European "brothers"
have killed more millions of Slavs then any one else. It is only
divisive and destructive for our people to ever accept any ideology
or leaders (like Hitler who is personally responsible for millions
of Slavic deaths). Similarly we are Slavophiles, we believe in the
utmost importance of our culture, our language, and our traditions.
Any serious Slavic nationalist movement must be Slavic at its core.
We must use our own language and our own symbols. Otherwise we simply
become the tool of our own destruction. This however doesn't mean
that we do not recognize some truth in other nationalist movements,
they are just not our own.
Q: Are Slavs not just part of the European race?
Slavs are an indo-European people, which means that we as a race
(sub-race or any other term you prefer to use) are closest to other
European people. However we have our own unique worldview, culture
and genotype that are in many respects very different from other
Europeans. As a matter-of-fact all human beings are of the same
species, it is a matter of opinion where to draw the line to divide
people into different races. As Slavs we have developed over thousands
of years parallel to other Europeans. Therefore we see ourselves
not just as Europeans but as Slavs first.
Q: Are you a Pan-Slavic movement?
In one word, NO, without a doubt Slavic nationalism has its roots
in the Pan-Slavic and Slavophile movements. However it has been
shown that the prospects of a united Slavic state are unrealistic.
We seek only strong cooperation between Slavic nations, perhaps
some form of a confederation, always maintaining the sovereignty
and independent of various Slavic motherlands.
Q: What is the official language of your organization?
We do not have an official language. We commonly use English because
right now it is somewhat of a universal language. Our site however
is published in a variety of Slavic languages. Likewise many of
our members are fluent in a variety of Slavic (and other) languages.
Please feel free to write to us or talk to us on the forum in your
native tong and will do our best to respond.
Q: What are your goals and or positions.
We have a detailed list of our goals, positions and views in our
Q: How can I help your cause or join your organization?
If you are Slavic, we by all means encourage you to join us. Any
Slavic person regardless of nationality, age, or gender can help
us to achieve our common goals. If you are not Slavic, but share
our views and goals, you can still help us in a variety of ways.
Regardless contact us for more information.
Q: My question wasn't answered where can get more info?
There is lots more information on our site, in the positions and
news&analysis sections, as always you are also welcome to contact
us with any questions.