What's the enemy? The same one as ever - morons, trendies, liberals. What form is it manifesting itself in nowadays? At the moment, we're directionless because we haven't collectively identified something against which to band together. Why is this? There's an absolute plethora of targets, some of them the same that were there back in the '80s and '90s, which are still unvanquished, having mutated with the passage of time to become more resilient to our previous methods.
I like Conservationist's suggestion of an exploration of Folk Metal - not the gawdy Power Metal version (Ensiferum, Korpiklaani, Finntroll, and all that bollocks), but the disastrously underdeveloped Isengard form, which manages to remain dark and "evil" despite its obvious use of Folk scales and mindset. This music could more obviously espouse a nationalistic/naturalistic/ecofascist ideology than Black Metal or Death Metal, both of which have been turned to the ends of whimpy eco-faggot bands etc. Generally, the hipster mob hasn't infiltrated Narrow Squirting Bowel Movement and other overtly anti-modernity collectives, because, as you might expect, since they can't see past the exterior anyway, they are turned away by the imagery and thence suggested extremism (it isn't safe, acceptable, namby-pamby liberal "extremism"). At the moment, only morons have flooded Narrow Squirting Bowel Movement, which accounts for the shocking amount of shit music in that "genre". I'm not suggesting we pretend to be Nazis, but I am suggesting that we need to display more extremity if we're to be recognised as extreme (and, really, the only way we're going to "reclaim" Metal is by being frigging extreme about it). A lot of this is post-production; we first need suitably good/extreme music, and then we need to present it in a way which says "this is for us, not for you".
Also, we need far better networking between Hessians worldwide, so that these kinds of ideas can be more easily disseminated, and these topics can be brought to a greater audience. Just a side point.