Making a party that's tolerable to the masses usually results in its spiritual suicide. Prime example: BNP.
Also, Americans are far less nationalistic than Europeans, due to a lack of a coherent identity even among white people. Tending towards higher "patriotism" is different and doesn't imply the former. I highly doubt this approach is effective.
I can't say much to that. Even if more extreme nationalist views were presented to them in a more palatable way, the mass of American people wouldn't be inspired enough to leave their couches, and the ones that would would be against nationalism, fighting for tolerance and egalitarianism, as they are wont to do.
If you're willing to assert national identity, then willingly carve up your country to suit another group, that leaves me baffled.
Smaller country means a border that's easier to defend and a population that's easier to control, provided the population is small enough. If borders would have to be redefined to separate the nationalists from the other masses, then so be it. At least that's what I'd think.
This won't appeal to the people you're trying to appeal to. Even your Rockwell reference paid service to "deportation and aid".
As far as aid goes, we could appoint an intelligent leader to instill in them their own sense of national identity, and make them opponents of miscegenation and integration. After that, we could leave them be.
I suffer from the same impulse, however I'm increasingly growing convinced that the fight has been lost for a long time
In America it most definitely has. Everything I've said here is really just wishful fantasy that will not come to be. I don't care much about America, to be honest. There is still hope in Europe, on the other hand. Nationalist parties are on the rise all over the continent, and even more mainstream, moderate politicians are admitting that immigration is rotting their countries. A lot of the people are willing to admit it, as well, as polls from Britain and France show. But it would take so much force to turn back the damages done by modernity that, even if nationalistic fervor swept Europe again, they might just collapse under the weight of it.