Friday, August 15, 2014

Thank God For The Police State...



 The reality of the "American Dream".


Every so many years some riot breaks out in The Empire and we see numerous denouncements of the strong arm tactics of the militarized police forces.

But why?

America is a de-industrialized, over crowded multicultural slum whose infrastructure is falling rapidly into ruin, whose real economy has all but collapsed and whose every city, town and hamlet is being overrun by third-world orcs who come from societies where casual violence, plunder and corruption are considered normal and morally good.

What do people expect their day to day life to be like in this situation?

Are people so buried in the faux reality created by media that the real world reality shocks them?

For two decades the government has been building up local and federal law enforcement agencies in what, objectively, looks like a preparation for world war III.

Shouldn't that tell the average Joe something?


Well, unfortunately not.

Because despite the platitudes about a "well informed public" there actually is no such thing.

And despite what conservative and "patriot" leaders and media personalities feed their listeners, there is not now, never has been and never will be, a "grass roots" movement of the "common man" to "take the country back".

Every society, EVERY SOCIETY, has a ruling elite and a subject people. America is no different.  It never has been. The "founding fathers" were the political and economic elite of their era. George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were the George Soros and Bill Gates of their day and they, along with the other power elite, ruled over a subject people and shaped their lives.

They (and every president and congress since) had more direct power over the lives of their subjects than all of the kings of Europe combined down through the ages. 


Where the average Joe has failed is in his collective call for better leaders who will represent the common interests of his people. Because that is what it will take. A leader, or leaders who are an elite.

But, there again we have a problem. The average White American is reluctant to admit that he has a people. He wants to cling to the artificial "American" identity, even though that has long since been shown to be a non-entity by its ever changing definition.


So how much more suffering, ruin and chaos will the average Joe have to endure?

A lot, unfortunately.


The situation that now is is not something that can be undone easily.

The best case scenario: a partition of the former united states into smaller countries and the forced relocation of various peoples into their new homelands.


The alternative? A day to day life that resembles a prison yard.


In the meantime learn to live with the fact that you are now caught in between a ravenous mob of orcs on one side and a militarized police state on the other.

This is what "American Exceptionalism" actually is.






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Thursday, July 17, 2014

It's July In America...


2014 is the 100 year anniversary of the start of WWI.

In July of 1918, as the "Great War" was in its closing months, Czar Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, their five children (four girls and a boy) and four servants were taken into a basement by their Bolshevik captors and viciously butchered.

They weren't merely shot. No, they were beaten with riffles and stabbed to death with bayonets. The four girls, Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia (aged 22 to 17) died the hardest as, according to the man who oversaw the massacre, it took close to 30 minutes to beat and stab them to death as they screamed and cried and fought for life.

The reaction from the outside world ranged from silence to jubilation. And that includes America, who, after all, was fighting to keep the world “safe for democracy” and the Czar was a king and we believe in “freedom and equality”.

There are many pictures of the royal family online and many of them are of private family moments. In them you see what looks like a typical White Christian Middle-Class family.

Which is, essentially, what they were.

Nicholas abdicated in the hopes of avoiding a civil war. What he was blind to was the fact that the Bolsheviks had engineered the crisis’s which had swept the country. They had bribed, threatened and murdered officials, big and small, to cause a breakdown in the infrastructure and cause maximum chaos.

They created a crisis, and then offered themselves up as the solution.



After the Czar abdicated he and his family were placed under arrest by the provisional government, which soon fell to the Bolsheviks. The royal family was moved east of the Ural Mountains where they spent the remaining months of their lives in captivity.

They were, based on the testimony of their guards, polite, respectful and friendly to their captors even as their captors plotted their murder.

They passed their time growing vegetable gardens, chopping wood and reading to one another in the evenings. There are even photographs of the home altar they built for Christmas.

They held out hope that their friends and family in England were working on negotiating their release and exile from Russia.

Their final residence was known as “the house of special purpose”.

The day of their deaths the Bolshevik captain, Yakov Yurovsky, planned their demise while giving the family the pretence of normalcy. During his inspection of their rooms he even asked about the health of the Czar’s son, 13 year old Alexi.

By all accounts the family never suspected a thing.

Some time after midnight on July 18, Yurovsky woke the family and their four servants and told them they must move into the basement of the house for their own safety as the White Russians (who were anti-Communists) were advancing on the town and stray bombs might hit the house. This was, of course, a lie.

They all filed into the basement, politely smiling at their guards. The Czar came carrying his son Alexi in his arms, as the boy was too sick to walk (he spent most of his short life sick and an invalid).

Some time later Yurovsky read the order for the killing of the Czar. He and 10 other assassins opened fire on the whole group. But the bullets missed most of their marks and after letting the room clear of smoke it was found that most of the victims were still alive, but wounded. And so the butchery began. The still living were violently beaten and stabbed to death in an ordeal that went on, and on and on.

The bodies were stripped and then thrown into an unmarked mass grave.

The four servants, who stayed voluntarily in spite of the Czar and his wife encouraging them to leave when they could, were a doctor, a cook, a maid and a butler.


The Communist Revolutionaries in Moscow had no problem giving the order or owing up to the crime afterwards.

Because for them it was all worth it, in the long run.

So what if Russia fell into chaos and catastrophe? They could then remold it into their own image.

So what if tens of millions suffered and perished horribly? That is the price of progress.

So what if untold numbers of innocent people fell prey to hoards of thugs, rapists and murderers? That is the necessary cost for the grand vision of social engineering on a large scale. 

And it was all done in the name of Freedom and Equality.

And if you accept Equality on moral principle, you will accept it on moral mandate as well.

If there is to be equality, there can be no Czars and there can be no Middle-Class. There can be no royal families and there can be no borders or nations.



This is all pertinent today as it is now July 1918 for Whites in America.

If you are White then you are already in the “house of special purpose” and you’re most likely still passing the time planting vegetable gardens and chopping wood. Your leaders are kindly re-assuring you that all is well and there is no need to be alarmed.

Though increasingly stressed and unnerved, you still hold out hope that this will all resolve itself in time to come and everything will be fine.

You’re still polite and passive and if you do protest anything, it is orderly and legal and you clean up after yourself.



But soon, very soon, you are going to be awoken in the middle of the night and told that you need to urgently move to the basement…for your own safety.





“How dim is the light in so many that they champion the cause of their own and their children’s demise?

That they walk like sheep to the slaughter.”

-TSN


Friday, May 2, 2014

The Presumption Of A Monolithic Culture…


Or, the presumption of a monolithic morality, ethics, societal order, code of behavior, humanity, etc

It is this presumption of sameness that accounts for about 95% of the ills currently inflicted upon the world. And it is leading to increasing conflict and agitation.

Even within, say, the continental United States there is rural America and urban America; and never the twain shall meet. They are two different societies with different moral and ethical codes of conduct and behavior (let alone customs).

Then you have racial, ethnic, religious and regional societies within the US that have no more in common than Japan has with Syria.


Granted, all empires try to impose (to one degree or another) their system upon all and sundry.

But it’s also true that all empires come to tragic and messy ends. Creeds do not a center make.



Still, it’s worth keeping in mind, even on a personal level, that not everyone thinks like you, feels like you, sees the world the way you do or wants a world that you want.




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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Today Is Easter. Or Is It?...

I've just about stopped posting these sorts of negative stories that illustrate the sad reality of the orcs, but it still helps to catalog these things for future reference.

So, is April 20th, 2014 Easter?

No.

Why?

Becausing saying so would be "racist".

How so?

Because amongst the orcs certainty, facts and logic are all tools of the white-devil to oppress non-Whites.

Case in point this article from 'The Atlantic',


These days, an increasingly diverse group of participants has transformed debate competitions, mounting challenges to traditional form and content by incorporating personal experience, performance, and radical politics. These “alternative-style” debaters have achieved success, too, taking top honors at national collegiate tournaments over the past few years.
But this transformation has also sparked a difficult, often painful controversy for a community that prides itself on handling volatile topics. 

On March 24, 2014 at the Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA) Championships at Indiana University, two Towson University students, Ameena Ruffin and Korey Johnson, became the first African-American women to win a national college debate tournament, for which the resolution asked whether the U.S. president’s war powers should be restricted. Rather than address the resolution straight on, Ruffin and Johnson, along with other teams of African-Americans, attacked its premise. The more pressing issue, they argued, is how the U.S. government is at war with poor black communities.

In the final round, Ruffin and Johnson squared off against Rashid Campbell and George Lee from the University of Oklahoma, two highly accomplished African-American debaters with distinctive dreadlocks and dashikis. Over four hours, the two teams engaged in a heated discussion of concepts like “nigga authenticity” and performed hip-hop and spoken-word poetry in the traditional timed format. At one point during Lee’s rebuttal, the clock ran out but he refused to yield the floor. “Fuck the time!” he yelled. His partner Campbell, who won the top speaker award at the National Debate Tournament two weeks later, had been unfairly targeted by the police at the debate venue just days before, and cited this personal trauma as evidence for his case against the government’s treatment of poor African-Americans.



 Yes it looks like a satire from the onion, but it's not.

And yes it is obscenely ridiculous but such is the "thinking" amongst the denizens of orcland.



As has been said before, Civilization is a White thing.

So is order, civility and logic.


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Thursday, April 17, 2014

‘On Earth As It Is In Heaven’...


A funny thing about the Christian conception of heaven is how strikingly similar it is to modern American-driven Western reality and its ideas of the ideal. Despite all of the shrieking about “secularism” from some fundamentalist types, America is forging the entire world into a thoroughly Christian model. And it looks rather secular.
                      
From “diversity”,

 “After this I looked, and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb” (Rev. 7:9),

to thought crimes,

“But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment”,

it’s all there (here).



In my Father's house are many mansions”, Jesus says in John 14:2, while the Book of
Revelation also describes a “paradise” that sounds like the modern materialistic and therapeutic nanny-state,

 And the twelve gates were twelve pearls; every several gate was of one pearl: and the street of the city was pure gold, as it were transparent glass”(Rev. 21:21).

“And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying” (Rev. 21:4).


It’s also very progressive, in a ‘1984’ish/Winston Smith kind of way, “See, I will create new heavens and a new earth. The former things will not be remembered, nor will they come to mind” (Isaiah 65:17).

In fact the bible’s articulation of heaven sounds a lot like the “world is a business” speech from the 1976 film ‘Network’.

The speech, in part, goes as follows,

There are no nations. There are no peoples. There are no Russians. There are no Arabs. There are no third worlds. There is no West! There is only one holistic system of systems….the world is a business, Mr. Beale! It has been since man crawled out of the slime. And our children will live, Mr. Beale, to see that perfect world in which there's no war and famine, oppression or brutality -- one vast and ecumenical holding company, for whom all men will work to serve a common profit, in which all men will hold a share of stock, all necessities provided, all anxieties tranquilized, all boredom amused.”

Streets paved with gold, equality…no wars or hunger…every tear wiped away.

As Jesus taught in Matthew 6:10, Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven.”

And so it has been (nearly) done.



Christianity is, of course, an imposed social system, rather than a faith. It is an amalgamation of Oriental cosmology, Greek philosophy and Roman political pragmatism (in which those previously deemed barbarians could potentially attain “citizenship” in the kingdom).

 It’s more than likely that the vast majority of people who have lived in “Christendom” for the past two thousand years had no actual faith in the ideology’s supernatural aspects. They simply paid lip service to the prevailing ruling system to be able to work and function. To put it another way, no one could buy or sell lest they had the “mark of Jesus” on their foreheads on their hands.

We see the same thing today in Christianity’s more recent nomenclature, ‘political correctness’.
Many pay it lip service, but few believe in its tenants.

Of course there are some who claim to really, REALLY believe in the supernatural faith of Christianity. They like to say they have “personal relationship with Jesus”. But ask with them what that means in plain English and they’ll mumble and stutter in confusion at their own “confession of faith”.

On top of that, “true believers” tend to have a Jesus that is both universal and made in their own image, at the same time. He is both above them and beneath them

Is that a paradox? Just ask the divinely inspired word of God,

“So God created man in his own image”
-Genesis 1:27

What is man, that thou art mindful of him? And the son of man, that thou visitest him? For thou hast made him a little lower than the angels
-Psalm 8:4-5


In fact if you look at genuine religious faith down through the ages you’ll notice that real practiced supernatural faith is neither “personal” nor universal.

No, it is, instead, tribal, being held by a particular group of people (i.e., an ethnic group) for the express purpose of the protecting and sustaining of that particular ethnic group.

As stated earlier, Christianity evolved out of the cross roads of the Roman Empire. It functioned to attempt to create a sustainable sameness out of the empire’s unsustainable mix of peoples from “every nation, tribe, people and language”.  It looked to both atomize the empire’s citizens while also erasing all distinctions among them. It elevated its own sense of pragmatic rationality while mocking genuine faith as ignorant and superstitious (Acts: 17).

So Christianity was born out of the worst aspects of ancient cultures and morphed them into a new beast which allowed certain ambitious and hubristic men to achieve their ultimate goal of becoming god by demonstrating their ability to “hold dominion over the earth” (Genesis 1:28).

More than a few researchers have noted that the big secret behind Freemasonry is the revelation that the “great architect of the universe” is man. The same researchers who have also pointed out that the secret society is an extension of Judeo-Christianity.



When you get right down to it, Christianity is, in fact, the world’s first fully functioning secular ideology.





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Sunday, April 6, 2014

Christians As The Fifth Column…


Many in the right-of-center Christianity (a group eternally moving to the left) are bemoaning and grumbling over the advancement of the gay lobby into all areas of life, therefore forcing them to submit to such a paradigm.

They’re just plain “shocked”, bewildered and perplexed at this sudden totalitarian onslaught by the gay rights movement.

If Christians were rational or honest (they are generally neither) they would be asking themselves where the gay rights movement originated.

Of course the answer is, it originated from the “civil rights” movement of the 20th Century.  A movement the majority of Christians today champion and celebrate.

Historically speaking, the “civil rights” movement was (and is) the single most totalitarian social/legislative force ever exerted upon a society in the history of mankind.

It not only outlawed Freedom of Association (from business owners being forced to service customers of all races to forced integration of schools and neighborhoods) it enshrined a new moral impetus upon society in which freewill itself was impugned through the condemnation of the most basic function of freewill, which is discrimination.

Discrimination is the quintessential quality of the antonymous man of freewill, as well as the formation of communities, nations and the family itself. From preferring oats to eggs for breakfast to preferring White Anglo-Saxon Protestants to live amidst, discrimination is foundational to our humanity and the ordering of society.

For the past thirty years Christians have increasingly identified “racism” and discrimination as the top sins on their list of bugaboos.

What is “racism”? Good question. As Craig Bodeker demonstrated in his documentary, ‘A Conversation about Race’, “racism” is all things to all people. Its definition is completely subjective.

Interesting enough some people (black and white) in that documentary defined being anti-gay as “racism”. So, if you oppose gay marriage that makes you a “racist”. Again, the definition is subjective and flexible.

Thus we can see how that when Christians denounce “racism” and discrimination and celebrate the “civil rights” movement, they are, de facto, promoting “gay rights” and “gay marriage”, as both things are foundational pillars of the “civil rights” movement, the goal of which was to oppose discrimination and “racism”.


The bottom line is, there can be no equality because equality does not exit, has never existed and, therefore, never will, making the pursuit of it either astoundingly foolish or outright evil. Be it personally, before the law, the heavens or in marriage, if equality exists, objective truth does not.

In fact the pursuit of equality has led to countless revolutions (political, social and moral), unprecedented bloody wars, the fall of entire empires and nations and, today, the destruction of communities and the family itself.

Equality of genders, races, ethnic groups, etc, might sound “nice” on the surface but to actually apply critical thought to its real world applications and effects must logically lead one to condemning and rejecting it as either foolish or evil.

Not surprisingly, circa 2014, we find a society that is, from top to bottom, hell-bent on the promotion of “equality” while simultaneously sinking into degradation and utter ruin as foolish and evil men look on.

And as the “city on a hill” burns to the ground Christians rush to the scene with a bucket of water in one hand and a bucket of gasoline in the other.


Saturday, March 8, 2014

Re-Up (The Me People)...

Originally posted in 2010


Reading Tom Wolfe’s The Me Decade and the Third Great Awakening circa 2010 doesn’t’ evoke nostalgia because it isn’t really dated. From asinine New Age psychotherapy to asinine New Age psychobabble, little has changed over the past 30 plus years. (The part about “communication” in that article is particularly contemporary, as well as spot-on.)

Of course that’s not surprising. Thirty years isn’t really that long ago and the twenty-something post-hippie, seeking “crystal healing”, adults of thirty years ago are now the middle-aged scholars and politicians informing much of social thought in America today. Still, there is a certain unexpectedness in how far we haven’t come in general attitudes and experience since then.

That can extend back even further though. Reading Charles Dickens or G K Chesterton describing America in their respective times is, in many ways, no different than reading a modern “stuck up” European article on
America today. America then, as now, is painted as a country full of potential and problems, seemingly to perpetually reside on the precipice of calamity and comedy even as she continues to survive and thrive.

It is from that that I suspect the philosophical Me People are born. Which is to say, it is not consumerism that creates the philosophical Me People (as opposed to the materialist ‘Average Joe’ Me People), it is the discovery that the universe does not revolve around you and the age in which you live. It is not that they believe themselves to be the center of the universe. No, they simply believe they have found the perch from which the universe can be objectively observed in all its silly innateness. And from there they observe all the little human ants marching this way and that, foolishly believing that their little lives have meaning or individual purpose within the “greater scope of history”.

You see, the philosophical Me People, having tasted of the knowledge of good and evil (the understanding –through the reading of history and international travel- that the world does not begin or end with the individual, nor is sustained by single nations, peoples, empires or eras), no longer view life in the particulars but rather in the abstract or broader context. They see the forest but consider the individual trees that comprise it as irrelevant.

From that point of view race, ethnicity, family, nation, religion etc. may all be real, but they are irrelevant within the context of the greater history of mankind. After all, the Babylonians are no more. Rome, expired. The Aztecs? Gone with the wind. Empires rise and fall, Kings and paupers alike end up six feet under and night follows day, time and time again.

That’s not to say they are the ‘live for the moment- die young and leave a beautiful corpse’ types. Having discovered “the truth” they wish to shout it out. But to whom will they shout it? After all, the little people won’t understand as they are still wrapped up in their insignificant lives.

The philosophical Me People’s peers are always and only hypothetical intellectuals of a time not their own, aka “future generations.” When these elite Me People speak of how “future generations” will judge us, they are speaking of the as-yet-to-be-born philosophical Me People sitting aloft, and outside of, their own present world and time. That’s why they so blatantly ignore the opinions and desires of those presently alive who create and sustain culture, art, law and order and so on. For instance, they aren’t worried about the 80% presently opposed to amnesty for illegal immigrants, they are worried what the “future generations” will say if they appear to be concerned with present-particular political or social constructs.

Essentially, they want it known to all the philosophical Me People of future generations that they know “the truth”. And “the truth” is the knowledge that nothing particular really matters. And the best way to demonstrate that you know that is to act and function as though, well, nothing particular really matters; not nations, races, ethnicities, religions, languages, cultures or even politics (which explains why the two party system acts as though it’s one). For them, the understanding that history runs in cycles and everything has a beginning and an end is the great “secret knowledge” of the ages. To acknowledge that particulars have form and function which follows divergent threads of history is the anti-knowledge. The Un-Truth!

Naturally, as White people have the habit of keeping detailed historical records reflecting the egregious un-truth of particularism, Western Civilization becomes ground zero from which the Me People derive (the Me People elite is an exclusively White club). Thus to make their declarations of “the truth” echo through the eternities, they systematically attack (and/or deny) those particulars that make The West, The West. This is seen most clearly in their adoration and veneration of historical figures (fictional and real) who ignored concerns grounded in race, ethnicity, class, etc. and instead worked for the “common cause” and “greater good”.

The Me People are a recent phenomena though. They like to imagine that they are in the company of past philosophical Me People yet their club is, from a historical perspective, about as old as last years Oak leaves. Their brief season is coming to an end because they were dependent upon a system that existed at a particular point in time under particular social and economic conditions. An irony completely lost on them.

They are adrift in the artificial (and superficial) cosmos of their own design, without connection or ties to the real world past, present or future. Yet even they can sense some sort of end approaching.
Mr. Wolfe’s 1977 article goes more into the world of the materialist ‘Average Joe’ Me people than to their elite. Basically what such commentaries demonstrate (in the non-elite realm) is how little basic social attitudes and fads have changed or deviated from their projected paths over the past few decades. There is, in a sense, a certain inevitability to where we are today. Maybe that’s because we’ve moved so little in recent times (a point for those who talk of “progress” to consider).

In other words, our society, culturally, has stagnated. When trends, attitudes, fashions, art etc. remain in a relatively fixed and predictable position, forward movement has ceased.
And of course a part of that stagnation includes original thought. Once that has stagnated, critical thinking crumbles as well. The all-important “Perspective” goes next.

You see, whereas the philosophical Me People view the understanding of the scope of history as liberating them from present particulars, the Average Joe Me People view the particulars as liberating them from the scope of history. Such “sins” as colonialism, “racism”, segregation etc. were done “before my time” and by “other people”. Those helpless 19th century bigots were, “products of THEIR time.” Of course “we” know better today (for the Average Joe Me People there is a We but never an Us). And then there is The South (not we), the British (not we), South Africans (not we), Nazis (not we) and so on. For the Average Joe Me People the particulars allow for the separation of themselves from past and present social, biological, political, geographic, philosophical and religious groups. For them, even their great-great Grandpa was not part of the present We and can thus be relegated to the extreme periphery of their own present existence.

Yes, it’s plain old-fashioned selfishness, but its current manifestation can only be truly understood when seen as part of a particular order which engenders a sense of individualism so intense that it makes everyman, not just a God, but the God of their own momentary, short-lived, universe.
Part of the problem is the psychology built around causal social fibs the Average Joe Me People perpetuate such as:
 
You can be anything you want to be.
Or, work hard and you can have it all.
Worst of all is, You’re special.

Accompanying social myths are:
 
You’re just as good as everyone else.
No one is better than anyone else.
It’s your life.
Find out who you are.
Leave your mark on the world.
The Sky is the limit!
Anything’s possible.

None of these things are true or represent logical thinking, of course. Never the less they are embedded into the American psyche rather deeply. This is why the idea of flying half way around the world to “bring democracy” to ancient civilizations which are fundamentally in opposition to democracy seems feasible to many an American. “Why not?” they ask, “it works for us, and we’re no different than they are!” Likewise it inoculates them from the conclusions to be drawn from the high crime rate of minorities or the over representation of certain groups among the influential decision makers at the top of the political order.

And of course when everyone believes they are individually special; equally capable of becoming a corporate CEO, nuclear physicist, NFL linebacker, avant-garde travel show cook/host or Pulitzer Prize winning novelist, well, then why shouldn’t Muslim refugees from Somalia become democracy-loving patriots in Minnesota? Why shouldn’t 20 million Mexican migrants stampeding across our borders become model citizens? Why shouldn’t a black guy become president? And why should Iraqi’s and Afghani’s fight back? Everybody wants democracy. Right?

Naturally “the Devil” to the Average Joe Me People is, reality. As such, they make war upon it while declaring all those who claim it exists to be heretics.
But as there is a sense of inevitability to where we are, so too is there a sense of what is to inevitably come. Many people know, think or feel that there is something wrong in the world and that things are off kilter.
There is a sense of, ‘this ride is about to stop’ in the air.

Just as the media and the ‘man on the street’ were “sensing” the paradigm shift to the left in the 60’s and 70’s there is now a belief that a “backlash” is inevitable. More to the point, there is an undercurrent felt by Average Joes and ivory tower elites alike that White people are ready to revolt.

And it is not a revolt taught by the state, preached in the churches or shouted by the masses, yet it is as real, palpable and expected as the coming dawn under the glow of early morning light. The Me People, both Elite and Average Joe, sense it coming. It is that sense of inevitability that the end of an age is saturated in.

Unknown to both, however, is that the end of this age will be the doom of the Me People. The Average Joe types will disappear into the wreckage, perhaps reappearing again in a new prosperous era in an age yet to come. But the Elite Me People, those “citizens of the world” who foolishly chose to stand outside of time and place are an end to themselves. Having separated themselves from the present; blood and soil, nation and era, they are as formless and forgettable as a summer wind.

As the Me People lived in a temporary world of their own making (a world existing for and of themselves) it is very much true for them to see that the end of the world is at hand.
For the rest of us, who stand resolutely connected to past, present and future particulars of blood and soil, our history and our existence, is eternal. We continue on in the real world, which has always been and always will be. A world of day and night, right and wrong, truth and lies, black and white and, yes, love and hate.

Yet the hate that is arising in The West is not of the irrational and reactionary caricature the Left loves to paint. It is the hate of lies. It is the hate of wrong. It is the hate of that which would hurt, mar and destroy all that is good and true and beautiful.


It was not part of their blood,
It came to them very late,
With long arrears to make good,
When the Saxon began to hate.

They were not easily moved,
They were icy—willing to wait
Till every count should be proved,
Ere the Saxon began to hate.

Their voices were even and low.
Their eyes were level and straight.
There was neither sign nor show
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not preached to the crowd.
It was not taught by the state.
No man spoke it aloud
When the Saxon began to hate.

It was not suddenly bred.
It will not swiftly abate.
Through the chilled years ahead,
When Time shall count from the date
That the Saxon began to hate.

-Rudyard Kipling



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