European establishment right-wing parties have already undergone the transfromation the American conservative movement is still undergoing. "God, family, country" was long since substituted with "anything that is politically advantageous" at best or at worst the so-called right-wing leaders proved to be complete frauds. The immigration topic was made taboo in every sense, especially in context of preserving a country's national identity. After the demise of Enoch Powell nobody wanted to touch the subject with a ten-foot pole. Parties that had the courage of taking on the issue of immigration were routinely labeled as "nazi" and "racist".
In the past years the problem could no longer be avoided and the parties advocating immigration restrictions all of a sudden became respectable. Or rather, their positions did. Tell a lie enough times, however, and it becomes the truth. The citizens of European countries were held back from voting for "racists". There was another problem as well. Many genuine racists believed that anti-immigration parties were racist and decided to jump on their band-wagon. Therefore, it was much easier to vote for the establishment parties who professed to have adopted an anti-immigration position but who later would go on with the same old.
In such a spritual state of the "right" in Europe and the conservative movement in America, it is all to natural that any movement or organization seriously devoted towards the preservation of a nation in Europe, which in effect means the preservation of the ethnic make-up of the state founded by such a nation and by extension it's racial make-up. Since mainstream conservativism in America now largely lies on liberal premises of absolute non-discrimination, parties, organizations and governements that cherish etnicity immediately become heirs of the nazis. The universalist principle that inevitably comes along as liberal baggage does not permit someone to examine the specific history of a nation and a continent and when it does it is only to enforce the view of European people's being hateful. Therefore lunatic columns by Ralph Peters and a "conservative" blogger Charles Johnson expressing discomfort with people wanting to live alongside their own(and later backtracking once confronted with a direct question whether European countries have a right to preserve their historic ethnic make-up).
Yet the same "conservative" pundits and bloggers who deem European peoples as "expert haters" chide Europe and it's peoples for not standing up to Hitler sufficiently and for not joining the war in Iraq. While this seems completely contradictory and schizophrenic on surface, once the ideological tennets of mainstream American conservativism are analyzed as well as the way of thinking that has taken over. History is interpreted in the context of the ideological premises of "freedom", "democracy" and "non-discrimination" and so WWII became a "fight against tyranny" and the Iraq war "a battle for democracy". In the name of "democracy" and "freedom" everything is permitted even waging war. In fact, that is the only war permitted waging and one which is even prescribed. Those who do not join in on it, even if they do it for all the wrong reasons, are immediately given white feathers. On the other hand, even mild desires that do not conform with leftist liberal premises are declared nazi-like by self-appointed guardians of moral purity.
And now comes the scariest part. In case of a nationalist revolt in Europe against the ruling elites and global jihad they are aiding and abetting with their policies on immigration and and which the mainstream conservatives in America claim that they are fighting, whose side will these American conservatives be on? Will they see this as a reawakening of Europe and it's step back away from the precipice it is standing now? Or will they denounce it as a "revival of nazi tribalism" and even worse, advocate the sending of troops to put down the revolt and protest the "persecuted immigrants and muslims"? There is every indication that it would be the latter.
Until mainstream conservativism in Europe and America ditches the liberal premises it is built on no real progress will be made in protecting their countries from those wishing to subdue them.