On the Supposed Aristocrats of the Right-Wing

Substance without Spirit is meaningless; Spirit without Substance is presenceless

The inverse and “upside down” nature of the Kali Yuga is most likely no secret to even the most recent of our followers, however the exact extent of this inversion is often only glanced over – for it is much easier to critique that which is apparent, as compared to that which pervades the eye and often conflicts with the observer’s perspective of the world and oneself. This is the case with many of supposed “spiritual aristocrats” emerging after the rapid spread of reactionary ideas in the online sphere, and is largely the fault of a dangerous mindset proposed by certain individuals, which shall not be named here – namely, the appeal to “inherently” aristocratic nature of modern adherents of the Traditional value system and the subsequent conflation of this superiority with one possessed by the true aristocracy of the past ages. The resulting confusion – narcissistic belief in one’s inherent greatness stemming from one’s ability to read hand-picked “traditional book lists” and understand practically mouth-fed information without any internal input as well as a particularly disdainful view towards those of a lower caste than they pretend to, is not hard to predict.

Now, while the proposition that the current caste system (or, more precisely, whatever remains of it) is not at all based on true superiority of one’s nature and rather on the modern world’s most valued virtue – capital – is not at all incorrect, this does not immediately lead to the conclusion that anyone able to comprehend this evident fact is virtuous and, even more so, an aristocrat of any degree. In fact, investigating this phenomenon of reactionary-revolutionary opposition all throughout the first half of the XXth century we can observe increasingly vocal calls to get rid of the democratic-capitalist system, due to it having failed its promise of peace and prosperity – culminating first in the revolution of the Bolsheviks, followed by the establishment of totalitarian regimes all over Europe. Negative sentiment for the unjust and corrupt democracies was shared between both the Italian Fascists as well as the Russian Communists, and yet the position of critique for both of these ideologies derived from below (the emancipation of the worker, the “liberation” of either the “slave” of the capitalist system or ethnic minorities abroad, the emphasis on the “common man’s” support) rather than above (the restoration of the Rex in his purest, unrestrained form, the reinstitution of traditional castes, the revolt of the nobles rather than the workers). As we can clearly see, it is not nearly enough to formulate a negative (opposition) without having established a correct positive (position).

When referring to the mentioned “far-right” intellectuals of the web, their notion of false “aristocracy” is wrong on all counts. The first point of critique is its inherent disdain for the Vaiśyas (seeing those of a lower caste as tools and thralls, rather than subjects to be guided) through which it automatically reveals itself the product of a modern, Marxist understanding of the caste system, class struggle – as opposed to the Traditional organic system of mutual cooperation and vassal-overlord relations. If we were to consider the psychological implications behind such an irrational hatred, we would discover a possible superiority complex, stemming from one’s inability to surpass the productive worth of the hardworking peasant, therefore feeling the need to downplay the crucial importance of this producer-caste (the backbone of any Traditional civilization!) and increase the worth of the self-proclaimed sage-caste.

But if we delve even deeper into this dilemma, the individuals behind this false internet “aristocracy” are usually not sages in any way, lacking the most basic of traits necessary for proper comprehension of the ideals they praise like parrots. Neither are they capable of seeking out and contemplating information not brought to them on a silver plate, nor are they capable of putting their ideals into meaningful action. In fact, the very least they could do after coming to terms with such a conclusion would be to prove their worth to their people through sweat and toil as members of a lower caste – yet they despise this notion fervently and even choose instead to belittle the efforts of their comrades genuinely pursuing such a path! Truly, the arrogance of such individuals knows no bounds.

The prevalence of false “aristocrats” and their rather unopposed reign on the online periphery of the True Right shows one of the two things: either that the number of such individuals is simply too great for a sufficient cleansing to be performed by the remaining of us, or that this issue has gone largely unnoticed due to the anonymous nature of this sphere and the  (imagined) difficulty to determine the truth of an individual’s claims. Regardless, it is an issue that needed to be addressed.

Hopefully, by now we have established that the superiority proclaimed by any anonymous “sage” on the internet is nought but a farce if not backed up by deeds and that an honest Vaiśya’s life is worth a thousand times more than that of a false Brahman’s (Take Varg Vikernes for example. Putting his naturalist interpretation of the Aryan religion and metaphysics aside – members of this caste have no business dealing with spirituality anyway – the man, despite having served a sentence for destroying churches of the Abrahamic faith and a personal feud with a degenerate Satanist, managed to carve out a life for himself, created a large family, largely independent of the Modern World, living mostly off of soil and nature alone – does the ability to recite a few Evola quotes truly make one superior to him?).

Sometimes, such individuals attempt to “prove” having a noble soul by being quick to brag about being a descendant of this-or-that noble whenever they feel the tide of the argument has turned against them, as if allegiance with historical European nobility would somehow save their skin and prove their actual worth –  should we remind them about the mixture of the castes in the later ages? Or that the cosmopolitan elite of any given nation was the quickest in forgetting their Aryan faith and succumbing to the Abrahamic influence during the Christianisation of Europe, indeed, bringing about the “West” as it is known today, with all of its flaws? Lithuania, the last pagan nation in Europe, officially adopted Christianity in 1387 after a prolonged period of resistance from the nobles and the peasants alike. Yet while the nobility was quick to accept the new faith for political benefits, the largely peasant populace remained pagan until around the 17th century and isolated pockets retained their Aryan faith in fragments or through Roman Catholic syncretism even up until the 19th century. The same tendency can be observed throughout all of Europe. Indeed, this phenomenon allowed for various Aryan practises to be known today.

Therefore, let us repeat this crucial sentence:

An honest Vaiśya’s life is worth a thousand times more than that of a false Brahman’s.

A simple truth is worth a thousand times more than a complex lie.

Do not delude yourselves into thinking you can fool yourself or others by denying your nature and pretending to be someone you’re not. That is the nature of the Aryan caste system – graciously accepting your Destiny and doing what one is meant to do. And that is why the present social confusion cannot endure.

Whether Vaiśya, Kṣatriya or Brahman, we shall be united in our Traditional spirit and our common goal – the harboring of Tradition and the destruction of the Modern World!

Let this be your answer to the next false “aristocrat’s” claim of superiority.

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