As an organization, Blood & Honour Canada has been working very hard over the last several years to update not only our organization, but our movement as a whole. One part of this has been the development and implementation of our new membership and supporter programs. As we march into the future, it is our hope that through these programs we will be able to update a movement that has long been deprived of any real lasting structure and direction in order to get away from the shock artists and low level violence that we've been plagued by, and move back to the roots of European Heritage and Nationalism. It is our hope that those sympathetic to our cause, regardless of affiliation will endeavor to complete this program regardless and independent of our club's oversight, as we view your successes in life as being essential to the success of our own cause.

As an organization, we acknowledge that our membership program, particularly at a young age might seem daunting, we always encourage that anyone seeking to better themselves in our image, get in contact with a member or recognized chapter of Blood & Honour Canada through our website for any required support or guidance. Because this membership program and curriculum are anomalies in the old nationalist scene, we don't expect many of those who are coming to us from other organizations, or from inside of the movement to meet our membership criteria. If you are willing to take steps to better yourself for the sake of our movement, we will happily work with you on your path to becoming a member of Blood & Honour Canada.

While Blood & Honour Canada will only accept prospective members if they have reached the legal age of majority in their province, we will be happy to work with supporters of all ages to the best of our ability, the first step of which has been to make this program public knowledge. For a lot of us who have been around to see the movement change from "White Nationalism", to "alt-right", who have been members long enough to know "The Heritage Front" or to attend Skrewdriver concerts, we remember what it means to be 13, or 14 years old, and feeling alienated and angry because the world is telling you to feel guilty for a history you've had no part in shaping. We want better for you, than we've had. And for every one of you who reads this and seeks us out, instead of being influenced and misguided, as we were, either by movies like Romper-Stomper, The Believer, American History X, Higher Learning; or by musicians and proto-communists who's goal is to promote self hate among European-Canadian's and their descendants. It is important that new generations learn that their ancestry is never something to be ashamed of, or to boast about, but should instead be considered a bar over which they must jump in order to be worthy of that legacy.

So to explain a bit about the program, this program is broken into sections based on age groups, and starting at a young age with things that a person should start working on in order to eventually become a member of Blood and Honour Canada. We encourage parents to involve their children in certain types of community organizations, such as scouts Canada, Army cadets, and martial arts programs who we feel teach valuable life lessons. Then as you progress through the program there will be more things being asked of you that are both instrumental to the progression of the Blood and Honour movement as well as to enhancing your own quality of life.

Below is a development chart and sample scoring rubric, that outlines the program broken down into sections by age groups. Though no person is expected to score 100%, and a person, could start working from any portion of the list, regardless of age. The scoring is done by adding the number on the left hand side with the number above with your corresponding answer. Everything gets added together to make your final score in each section. Not everything is expected to be completed, however more is obviously better.


We have also had people ask what it is that we are suggesting by family development and although this portion is not the expectation we do have suggestions;
Recommended Culturally Appropriate Hobbies
Culturally acceptable hobbies/skills for the individual (whether male or female) should include riflery, archery, knife throwing, axe throwing, hunting, trapping, tanning, hiking, camping, kayaking/canoeing/sailing, practical needle work (darning, sewing, leather craft), strategy and pattern games (chess, etc.) One might also venture into historically based video games which offer the child a sense of his/her own cultural heritage. (Far Cry Primal, Republic, etc.)

Multimedia Resources to Have Within Reach of Children (Not appropriate for all ages)
Movies and Television series which depict, and glorify with relative historical accuracy, European cultures and history. Examples may include: "Reign" (TV Series), "Vikings" (TV Series), Spartacus (TV Series), The Tudors (TV Series), Penny Dreadful (TV Series), Gladiator (movie), 300 (Movie), etc. We recommend focusing on European history predating the industrial revolution where possible. 

Modernizing the Family Economic Unit:
Because the key to longevity and quality in relationship building is to return the family to where it was a single cohesive economic, it is crucial that the idealized of the family unit be updated in order to create and foster teamwork, equality and cooperation between and within families. This model should also seek to include the extended families of both spouses as much as possible in order to revert from the atomized model which, in the 1950s redefined the American family in order to serve the interests of private industries by creating a highly mobile labor force, bound to a consumer lifestyle in order to subsist. While it is obviously impossible, to remain a functional part of Canadian society and, the socialized labor market while simultaneously withdrawing from the aspects of society which harm us, it is possible to update the template of the family drawing on traditional values and contemporary technology. It is posited that the above calendar for individual development is applicable to both males and females. As well as being in possession of valuable knowledge and skills which would enable them to function both inside and outside of their marriage. The idealized family unit should consist at base of one parent who is actively involved in socialized labor (continuing their trade), and one parent who manages household financial portfolios and tries to contributes financially from a home based business. Neither of these roles are exclusive to sex, and as such which parent assumes which role can easily be decided based on practicality. In addition, both parents should take an equal interest and cooperative role in child rearing so as to ensure the best possible outcomes for all children. It is also recommended that at the time of birth, the child is allotted it's own bank account that is added to consistently with a goal of at least $30,000 per child by age 18 so that as generations of the family continue to follow the above ideal, their legacy, standard of living, and personal wealth will continue to exponentially increase.

Moving on now to the Reading list we have it broken down into two sections "Supporter Development" and "Membership Development" which both are broken down further into a number of categories. Because we have already outlined what our objective is in designing such a program and reading list and why we feel it necessary we will continue on and wrap this up with the full reading list.

Readings and Essential Knowledge

Level 1- Supporter Development:
Segment 1- Personal Development
"Presence" by Amy Cuddy
"The Warrior Diet" by Ori Hofmekler
"The 48 Laws of Power" by Robert Greene
"The Art of Seduction" by Robert Greene
"The Wealthy Barber" by David Chilton
"Personal Branding for Dummies" by Susan Chritton, M.Ed
"Networking is not Working" by Derek Coburn
"Market Masters" by Robin Speziale
"Matchmakers: The New Economics of Multisided Platforms" by David S. Evans, and Richard Schmalensee

Segment 2- Glimpsing European Culture and Tradition
"Metamorphosis" by Ovid, translated by Charles Martin
"The Iliad" by Homer, translated by Robert Fitzgerald
"The Aeneid" by Virgil, translated by Robert Fitzgerald
"The Consolation of Philosophy" by Boethius, translated by David R Slavitt
"The Odes" by Horace, translated by James Michie
"The Republic" by Plato, translated by Desmond Lee
"Timaeus and Critias" by Plato, translated by Desmond Lee
"Meditations" by Marcus Aurelius, translated by Martin Hammond
"De Natura Deorum Academica" by Cicero, translated by H. Rackham, MA
"In Defence of the Republic" by Cicero, translated by Siobhan McElduff
"Classical Philosophy" by Peter Adamson
"Philosophy in the Hellenistic and Roman Worlds" by Peter Adamson
"Moralia" by Plutarch, translation (I've yet to find a complete translation by a single author. But all volumes should be read)
"Parallel Lives of the Noble Greeks and Romans" by Plutarch (I've yet to find a complete translation by a single author. But all volumes should be read)

Segment 3- Glimpsing Contemporary Western Economics and Philosophy
"Philosophy of History" by G.W.F. Hegel, translated by C.J. Friedrich
"Esprit des Lois" by Montesquieu, translated by Thomas Nugent
"The Prince" Nicolo Machiavelli, Translated by Tim Parks
"The Wealth of Nations" by Adam Smith
"The Basic Writings of John Stewart Mills" with notes and commentary by Dale E Miller
"The National System of Political Economy" by Friedrich List
"A Theory of Justice" by John Rawls
"General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money" by John Maynard Keynes

Level 2- Membership Development
Segment 1- Economics as Pretext to History
"A History of Economic Theory and Method" by Robert Ekelund Jr. & Robert Hebert
"Globalizing Capital: A History of the International Monetary System" by Barry Eichengreen
"The Only Game in Town: Centrall Banks, Instability, and Avoiding the Next Collapse " by Mohammed El-Erian
"Global Problems and the Culture of Capitalism" by Richard H. Robbins
"Captains of Consciousness: Advertising and the Social Roots of Consumer Culture" by Stuart Ewen
"Selling Free Enterprise: The Business Assault on Labor and Liberalism, 1945-1960" by Elizabeth Fones-Wolf
"The Shock Doctrine" by Naomi Klein
"The Globalization of Poverty and the New World Order" by Michel Chossudovsky
"The Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck
**Multimedia: "Riot Club" (Movie)

Segment 2- Contemporary Zionism and the Opportunistic Permeation of Hebrew Tradition
"Judaism: Practice and Belief 63 BCE- 66 CE" by E.P. Sanders
"Rome and Jerusalem: The Clash of Ancient Civilizations" by Martin Goodman
"History of European Morals from Augustus to Charlemagne" by W.E.H. Lecky
"The History of Christian Zionism" by Michael David Evans
"The Worlds Banker: The History of the House of Rothschild" by Niall Ferguson
"The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy and it's Geo-strategic Imperatives" by Zbigniew Brzezinski
"Israel's Border Wars 1949-1956: Arab Inflitration, Israeli Retaliation, and the Countdown to the Suez War" Benny Morris
"Elusive Peace: How the Holy Land Defeated America" by Ahron Bregman
**Multimedia: "Israel" Parliamentary debate February 18 2016, "Peace, Propaganda, and the Promised Land" (documentary film)

Segment 3- Contemporary Political Order and Theory
"The Political Mind" by George Lakoff
"Origins of Political Order and Decay" by Francis Fukuyama
"The Origins of Totalitarianism" by Hanna Arendt
"The Corporation" by Joel Bakan
"Business as a System of Power" by Robert Brody
"Taking the Risks out of Democracy" by Alex Carey
"What Happened to Canadian Politics" by Bob Rae
"Humanitarian Intervention: The United Nations in an Evolving World Order" by Sean Murphy
"Limits of Law, Prerogatives of Power: Interventionism after Kosovo" by Michael Glennon
"A Problem from Hell: America and the Age of Genocide" by Samantha Power

Segment 4- On Revolution and Revolutionary Thinking
"The Age of Democratic Revolution: A Political History of Europe and America, 1760-1800" by R.R. Palmer
"A Tale of Two Cities" by Charles Dickens
"Les Miserables" by Victor Hugo
"On Crime and Punishment, and Other Writings" by Cesare Beccaria, translated by Richard Davies
"On Revolution" Hanna Arendt
"Machiavelli" by J.H. Whitfield
"Thomas Jefferson on Democracy" by Thomas Jefferson, edited by Saul K. Padover
"Principals and Acts of the Revolution in America" by Hezekiah Niles
"The Federalist Papers" by Alexander Hamilton and James Madison
"Louis Riel and the Creation of Modern Canada: Mythic Discourse and the Post Colonial State" by Jennifer Reid
"Disruptive Powers: The Crisis of the State in the Digital Age" by Taylor Owen
"A Force More Powerful: A Century of Non-Violent Conflict" by Peter Ackerman and Jack Duvall
"This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate" by Naomi Klein
"The End of Protest: A New Playbook for Revolution" by Micah White
"The Coming Swarm: DDOS Actions, Hacktivism, and Civil Disobedience on the Internet" by Molly Sauter