Five days ago I witnessed a powerful augury which may lend itself to some of your meditations. A hawk was gliding overhead, steady, silent, strong. Then at one point a common grackle took offense and began to pester the hawk mercilessly. Maybe it strayed too near a nest or a mate, or perhaps the mere presence of an apex-species upset the lesser bird’s sense of precious ‘safety’. Whatever the cause, the grackle flew around and bombarded the hawk with a barrage of dives and cackles, and the raptor was clearly about to be forced to notice the offending vermin.
Though far from the only piece of literature on our introductory ‘Aryan Warfare Reading List‘, the Bhagavadgîtâ is certainly one of our favourites. In addition to lifetimes‘ worth of subtle wisdom and hidden gems dealing with other matters, there are two particular ways in which the setting of the Gita is particularly relevant to the politely-unacknowledged cultural siege around the Aryan Peoples of today.
A favourite page of ours, Cancer Autismo Fiesta, once characterized our people’s situation as being a war in which our enemies blaze away daily with impunity, whilst the vast majority of white people refuse to admit aloud or even to themselves that they should be looking to their arms.
How our people’s enemies LAUGH at the pathetic willful-ignorance of white and allied peoples, at the head-down mouth-shut self-distraction and self-destruction in the interests of “keeping the peace” as they are told and often actually believe – while LOSING the asymmetrical yet very much ongoing War!
The recent spectacles over in the Liberalistan portion of the US sure do serve to throw the weighing of ideologies into a clear relief. Let’s take tonight to examine them both, because any pale and timid middle ground makes helpless prey to the conviction and drive of extremes, and the rivalry of two different extremes makes for one of life’s great decisions.
One the one hand, you have a group advocating tolerance, fairness, and peace. They want to take a stand against oppression, and ‘build bridges rather than walls.’
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.
For anyone else today celebrating the birthday of this superb linguist, mythic scholar, legendary storyteller, pipe-smoking enthusiast and veteran of the Great War – RWP’s wooden tankards are raised to your good taste, and hopefully to your good brew with which to celebrate!