On ‘Utopia’

Originally posted to Right Wing Philosophy on March 30, 2017.

Results of the Proletarian Dream: starvation and death

Falling into the phase of (((Enemy))) strategy in which our People are deprived of both Leadership and Direction healthy and germane to them, the tendency of the Left to buy votes of confidence (or, at least, of avarice) from those gratified by all the appearances and none of the realities of self-determination tends to present a rather glaring disparity between the utopia promised and the waste land delivered.

It’s not even just the utter childishness (and what does democracy embody better than the classic horror trope of a fickle and immature child suddenly come into awesome powers?) of such blatant lies as the Left supporting (or even liking) the People (the Left first advocated mere singular-People based government as a beginning to disintegration from the Imperivm ideal; next it advocated the dissolution of the concept People through an internationalized blurring of natural boundaries; now it advocates an end to such discriminations as are basic to standards of genuine humanity, the emphasis on its new vision of “people”).

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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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A Word on ‘Black Friday’

Originally posted  25 November 2016

Infuriatingly to Enemy narrative, Léon Degrelle would live to vocally compare the era of the Third Reich to what has replaced that Hope and Ideal – his conclusions speak for themselves!

Today in America is a perverse sort of merchants’ ‘holiday’ dedicated to appalling excesses of unbridled materialistic conditioning. I say ‘conditioning’, because this behaviour is the result of consistent and repetitive reinforcement, as is the manner of entraining useful habits within any strain of livestock.

This isn’t going to turn into an appallingly excessive example of unbridled ranting (just this once), but from RWP to any unfortunate enough to witness the modern American habit today – don’t forget that there is something More, if you’re not easily distracted.

All the best from RWP, and we hope everyone had a fantastic Thanksgiving with much rightness and philosophy in store for the remainder of the year!

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