A Sanscrit term, páśu denoted originally a literal animal, hardly an epithet of shame if such was their nature and destiny. Applied to potential humans, though, the name páśu is a symbol of scorn – it represents turning one’s back on all that could make them truly human, let alone anything more. A flight into the solely material – we would be tempted to say ‘no better than an animal’, but the animals are only fulfilling their own nature and are free of blame in this regard. A páśu is a mere animal that should not be a mere animal. A páśu is a waste. A páśu is two-legged livestock for the Enemy, to slaughter or stampede as it pleases. The Enemy would render all goyim into páśus. A páśu is not human, let alone Aryan.
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.
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 of the ways of violence, I would wish to say in this post: the Left does a lot of talking.
My first night in Sarajevo was last night. The first thing to strike me was the mountains. Looking through the window of my airplane, I mistook them for storm clouds, as they had completely covered the sky visible in the window. Stepping off the plane, and seeing what they were in fact, the energy of the country began to hit me.
There is a misconception in faux right circles that care and concern for the environment, and love for animals is a distinctly left wing concept. This, of course, is completely ludicrous, as the True Right, being aligned with Natural Law, views Nature, rightfully, as the inheritance of the Volk, and to which the Volk will pass on to its children. The Right Wing person, being aligned with Natural Law, will see himself as part of this environment, and indeed, will see the care he has for Nature and for animals as a reflection of the care he has for himself.
Well, here we are. The election in France is over, and the kosher “nationalist” was defeated soundly by the kosher globalist. And how the (((Alt Right))) crows! How they gnash their teeth at the prospect of a stolen election, about torn ballots, denied funding and threats of terror, lamenting the continuation of the European Union for one more election cycle, and forgetting one very basic thing:
Yes, we of the Right often desire and create for children and students the harsh tests of adversity – ‘the cruel tests of needless suffering,’ those unfit to win life on Nature’s terms (thus, their lifestyles’ appalling assault and toll upon the Nature whose uncheated judgment would condemn them to the compost heap of failure well-salvaged) or else (((scheming))) to divorce our People from the healthy foundation of Natural Law would say. But are our ‘harsh tests of adversity’ “suffering”? The Power (and, thus, the Responsibility!) of that living-through lies with each man and woman on our Quest, for which reason we’ll no more than mention that personal questioning here tonight. More importantly to yesterday’s and to tomorrow’s posts, though – are our ‘harsh tests of adversity’ “needless”?
For a political ideology that concerns itself with the cultivation of Will and the accumulation of Personal Power (indeed, this writer’s nom de plume is pulled from this very concept), it bears a reminder, every now and again, what the individual should try to accomplish with that Power. Tonight, I wish to spend a few moments reflecting on the conclusion of this accumulation: Application. For what a person does with and to those they have power over will reveal the entirety of their character.
Originally posted to Right Wing Philosophy on April 19,2017.
When I see the shills for Kikestianity running around with their spiritual Stockholm Syndrome, literally using arguments like the presence of crosses on modern flags, Jewsus Wuz Wite, Muh Jewsades, and, my new personal favorite, “Jewsus is for ALL ‘PEOPLE!'” I can’t help but wonder just how serious so-called Right Wing Aryans are about cultivating their unconquerable Aryan souls.
Originally posted to Right Wing Philosophy on April 16, 2017.
If a virus feeds on conditions of rot and decay, it will be most successful by hitching a ride on other organisms to transport it to feeding sites. Ideally, animals also prone to seeking out rot and decay. Its only real existential threat is a species of lions, whose regulatory role as apex predator keeps the region clean and balanced enough to avoid susceptibility to the disease.
So the virus attaches itself to some hyenas, who begin ingratiating themselves with the lions by bringing food, gifts, flattering and serving, making the lions lazy and inflating their egos. All things considered, most of the lions don’t even notice or care about the gradual breakdown of their once-clean home, and the steady increases of the virus amongst them – those few that do are quickly killed or exiled for daring to slander or even to question what is clearly the period of the lions’ peak greatness. Continue reading “Eastre Special: On Diseases & Compromises”
Originally posted to Right Wing Philosophy on April 11, 2017.
If I were pressed to answer with just a single thing that will be most missed in CAF’s absence, it would have to be the main admin, Misgenesis’, complete and constant frame of reference that informed every stark and uncompromising post and statement.
That frame of reference, which no CAF post ever failed to make abundantly clear, was that of War. Misgenesis can never be accused of trying to set readers up for failure by sugar-coating or skirting around what was ultimately necessary for any truly final solution towards Victory. And during the whole duration of CAF’s Work, we rested secure that this was being consistently stated again and again, for as often as it took, freeing us in our Work to address what fell to us to present. Now the guns of CAF have fallen silent insofar as faceberg is concerned – and we want to turn, tonight, to that cold, hard clarity that informed CAF’s Reminder – of What It Takes.