The great weapon of the Aryan against the encroaching of Entropy. In different contexts, we may borrow from Heraclitus his Strife to represent Struggle on the elemental-existential plane, or from Hitler his Kampf to represent Struggle on the organized-political plane, or the Sanscrit term Yuddham to represent Struggle as the most refined spiritual empowering of the Aryan Vision, a furthering of the ‘RaHoWa’ concept elevated from merely biological racism to the élitism of the mind and spirit as well. In all senses, Struggle is absolutely essential to the realization through Natural Law of Spiritual Truth.
Originally posted to Right Wing Philosophy on March 30, 2017.
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.
The past three days in particular have seen us paying particular attention to the three major components of a worthy Civilization – indeed, of a healthy People. First, we sought to describe the ultimate basis of our Tradition: Right Knowledge, that distinctly Aryan foundation derived from the union of Natural Law and Spiritual Truth that we have in mind when we speak of such philosopher-kingly traits as Wisdom and Understanding.
With the solitary exception of being Orthodox Cuckstian, Corneliu Codreanu was a fine example of what any one of us should aspire to be. He had sharp Aryan instincts. He was intelligent, charismatic, well spoken, and not afraid to get dirty. He held honor above all else. And he understood the JQ better than most do today.
Last night we spoke on the importance of Right Knowledge: on the harmony of Natural Law and Spiritual Truth in the Ordering of a renewed Civilization. This concept is so important to us that in expressions of Aryan Tradition as geographically far-flung as the Dharmic Varnas and Plato’s Academe, the Brahmins and the Philosopher-Kings respectively were placed in the topmost caste in the Hierarchy so that, with a stable foundation in Truth, the ontological scaffolding of the Civilization might support as high a climb for the People as possible.
We’ve been getting some really fantastic private messages and visitor posts lately that only further bolster our resolve and commitment to what we are doing here: because this page demonstrably attracts readers from all over the world of real intelligence coupled with an inherently practical emphasis, and these are the people who get things done. One recent visitor post touches on something so essential that we find it necessary to split our response into three main prongs of attack – for those of you not following every little detail, this little series of posts has been instigated by the following:
“So what do we do? What are our options, and what does our future look like, from your perspective? What is the ideal game plan for success?
“Is it simply education? War? Both?
“I think that if the masses knew about the truth behind the holocaust, it would create a much needed domino effect of lies being unraveled. If the lies surrounding the holocaust collapse, so do many others. It’s a support beam running straight through the foundation of so many important matters.
“But then again, I sometimes unfortunately think only bloodshed will reverse the damage. What do you think?”
There is little that is quite as repulsive to the Aryan Soul as the idea of “equality.” Every day we strive to achieve our goals, and in so doing attempt to shatter the bonds of that ugly, restrictive word. Democracy deserves just the same fate, for they are both tied together. Rights separated from duties, what incentive does the aristocracy have? What punishment for dereliction of those duties, if said “rights” are universal? Should we be surprised when, lacking discipline, the children run amok?
Though far from the only piece of literature on our introductory ‘Aryan Warfare Reading List‘, the Bhagavad Gita 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.
It’s the day after Geert Wilders’ loss in the election in the Netherlands. The Dutch people apparently were able to stop holding up the Turkish flag for the fifteen seconds it takes to vote against their own interests, yet again. Nevertheless, I stand believing the Dutch have never had a chance to vote for their own interests in this entire election.
Originally posted to Right Wing Philosophy I, on March 16, 2017
There was a study done years ago about which social system produces the strongest society. Four systems were selected: Selfish; Treacherous; Humanitarian; and Tribalism, or Ethnocentrism. The scientists, who for some reason or another couldn’t instinctively deduce the conclusion, input all of their data into a rather expensive computer simulation, and pressed “Run.” The results weren’t shocking, or shouldn’t be, to anyone who understands Natural Law. The Treacherous model, whereby each member of the society is attempting to back stab the other, failed almost immediately. The Selfish model, with its refusal to share and pool resources together, failed almost as fast.
Now, here’s where things get interesting. The way said scientists defined Humanitarianism vs Tribalism is by how it treated in group vs out group preferences. In a Humanitarian societal structure, equal preference was given to in group or out group individuals when sharing resources, whereas in Tribalism, in group individuals were given preference to out group individuals when sharing resources. The two competed back and forth as the strongest societal model, until one finally emerged victorious. Any guesses on which one?