How Much Leeway, Anyway?

Originally posted 23 May 2017

Those who wait for some Judaic ‘salvation’ rather than looking to their arms, the gods should strike down themselves!

We talk a great deal here about Struggle. Sometimes of the basic elemental struggle, form against entropy, life against competing life. And, truly, it is only victory in that struggle that wins any justifiable span and space for Life in this κόσμος, period. This accomplished, however, there are more Victories to be won if we are to enjoy the fullness of Life – let alone of our unique Aryan Destiny.

Life may be won by individuals from individuals, but Destiny is something so much grander, this alliance of Lives striving to realize an Ideal. And in Ordre to carve this creation from Chaos, a great effort is needed to prevail against rival organized bodies. We will not waste overmuch time here on the lolbertardians, the merely-economic “right”, and all the rest of the similarly-“unique” ‘individualists’ (and how stunted the real individuation of such often proves to be!). We are concerned with those forces which in the long run will matter, and it is only our superiority as an organized body that will win for us that Victory securing the Destiny that illuminates the entire Aryan Ideal.

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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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