The Weight of Words

Originally posted 18 May 2017

Rés, nón verba

It might be said that the Left, more openly now with their growing disconnect from reality (this happens when disconnected from and scornful of Nature), does a lot of talking in favour of using violence to get what they want. From the perspective of those skilled in and wise to the ways of violence, I would wish to say in this post: the Left does a lot of talking.

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On Aryan Education for War

Originally posted 9 January 2017

They didn’t listen…

During its healthy centuries (during those centuries before subversive inundation of Middle Eastern corruption), Rome stood out among the other, for this reason mostly vanquished, peoples by merit of two important factors. The first was a healthy cultural identity and a strong tradition of preserving custom and upholding values. This was common to all successful peoples in that more honest and natural (more harsh and demanding) epoch, and forms the basis first of the tribe and then of the kingdom. It was also the prerequisite, however, of that second notable quality that made Rome unique, and that acquired universally their Latin term to describe Imperivm.

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